Friday, September 9, 2016

Halloween is coming (farewell to Black Sabbath)

KPFK FM (;; Seth Auberon, Pat Macpherson, Wisdom Quarterly

Not all lives matter to police in racist U.S.
The East has Obon, when "ancestors" (relatives who have passed) are remembered and honored. This way they do not become inimical hungry ghosts (pretas), poltergeists, or goblins.

The West has Halloween (All Hallows Eve, Samhain, etc.) to serve the same purpose. This year is special because the famous British heavy metal act Black Sabbath bids the world another farewell.

Black Sabbath cover: The Cardigans interpret the song "Black Sabbath."

Never know, this might be the last one. Cheating Ozzy can't keep making miraculous comebacks, like with Manager Sharon Osbourne taking him back and everything. So get your seats early. They will be live, with help from the ghoulish dead, on Sept. 19th at the world-famous Hollywood Bowl.
I ain't afraid of no ghosts. I don't even believe in ghosts. Wait, the Buddha did?

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