This death has affected me more than any other celebrity death since John Lennon. Which is interesting because Bowie was a huge fan of Lennon. I think Bowie showed us that you can jump off the deep end and come back from it. All these people are hiding their past, and there’s Bowie, now in his beige 3 piece suit, loving every chameleon-like change that he’s been through, but loving his last, that of being a father to a beautiful girl, the best.
We are forever changed because Bowie was among us. Thank you, Great Britain, once again, for sharing your cherished heroes with ALL of us! We will forever be indebted to your gratitude!
Peace, love & changes,
Sherrie Miranda’s historically based, coming of age, Adventure novel “Secrets & Lies in El Salvador” is about an American girl in war-torn El Salvador:
Her husband made a video for her novel. He wrote the song too:
Q: “So were you involved in actual devil worship?”
A: “Not devil worship, no, it was pure straightforward, old-fashioned magic.”
Q: “The Aleister Crowley variety?”
A: “No, I always thought Crowley was a charlatan. But there was a guy called [Arthur] Edward Waite who was terribly important to me at the time. And another called Dion Fortune who wrote a book called ‘Psychic Self-Defense‘. You had to run around the room getting bits of string and old crayons and draw funny things on the wall, and I took it all most seriously, ha ha ha ! I drew gateways into different dimensions, and I’m quite sure that, for myself, I really walked into other worlds. I drew things on walls and just walked through them, and saw what was on the other side!”
David Bowie, interviewed in NME, 1997
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