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Sunday, 30 June 2013

SOUL CITY, IBIZA - A DECADE IN PICTURES

This year marks a full decade since I started spinning at Soul City in Ibiza, making it my longest-standing gig. Here's what a quick delve into the picture archives threw up! 



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THE SOUND OF NOW. PLAYLIST FOR 29/6/13




THE SOUND OF NOW, WITH MARK DEVLIN, OX105FM
PLAYLIST FOR SATURDAY 29TH JUNE 2013


THE RUB FEAT. NATALIE STORM: DUTTY GAL

FOAMO: RUNNING

KATHY BROWN: GIVE ME YOUR LOVE (D&D ORIGINAL MIX)

ROCKIZM: HANGING ON A STRING (FABIAN REMIX)

LITTLES: LISTEN

RAPPER BIG POOH: GOLD CHAIN

OLD TO THE NEW:
WU TANG CLAN: CAN IT BE THAT IT WAS ALL SO SIMPLE? (1993)

WU TANG CLAN: FAMILY REUNION

LONDON GRAMMAR: WASTING MY YOUNG YEARS (KDA REMIX)

STREET BEAT OF THE WEEK:
JAMIE LEWIS & MICHELLE WEEKS: STEP UP

ZONA: I AM BEAUTIFUL

TERRY HUNTER FEAT. TIGER WILSON: SOMETIMES (BANG THE VOCAL MIX)

TORTURED SOUL: CAN'T KEEP RHYTHM FROM A DANCER (MIGUEL MIGS SALTED VOCAL)

PETE GRAHAM & CHRIS LORENZO: WHO REMEMBERS CASSETTES

MEYHEM LAUREN: CRITICAL THINKING

MASTA ACE: 2040

ETANA: REGGAE

PATRA: SWEET REGGAE MUSIC

SPIN DOCTORS DJ MIX: ICE CREAM RECORDS HOUSE/ GARAGE MIX, PART 2

Friday, 28 June 2013

GOOD VIBRATIONS PODCAST, VOL. 19: LENON HONOR ON KANYE WEST'S 'YEEZUS'



In the first Good Vibrations instalment dedicated to a specific artist album, Mark Devlin links with previous guest Lenon Honor, for a detailed analysis of the new Kanye West album, the much-hyped 'Yeezus'. 

Lenon examines some of the lyrical content and overall sonic feel of the album, and speculates on the key part it plays within the mainstream music industry's ongoing social engineering agenda. We also touch briefly on the new offering from J Cole, 'Born Sinner', and in particular the lyrics on the track 'Villuminati'. 

Some fascinating insights rarely heard discussed elsewhere, which any open-minded hip-hop head will want to take on board.

MD'S DIARY BLOG, JUNE '13


It's been a very heavy month of activity on the radio and podcast front. 


First off, The Sound Of Now, my weekly cross-genre music show on OX105FM Oxford, continues every Saturday from 6 to 8pm. (Listen live at http://www.ox105.net)  I'm still loving getting to expose two hours of great sounds every week, plus the challenge of wading through the oceans of garbage to find the real audio nuggets!  Following a long period of broadcasting out of the city's Blackbird Leys, the station is just about to relocate to brand new studios in cosmopolitan Cowley Road. These are to be glass-fronted, allowing passers-by to gaze and gesticulate at on-air presenters while they broadcast their shows. My mate DJ D, the female turntablist from Australia, recently hooked me as a UK rep for her Mixbosses collective, and I featured an old-school funk mix from her and cohort DJ Liche on the show. The latest instalment is always available to listen back to and download from my Soundcloud page at:


My podcasting activity this month has been non-music based, encompassing three new volumes of my Good Vibrations series, hosted on my Soundcloud page. Now a couple of years deep, these are conversations with various researchers on different aspects of, broadly put, what's really going on in the world!  As many are coming to realise, the answer to this is something we never get from the mainstream media, governments or educational establishments. Volume 15 consists of a chat with the Australian researcher Max Igan, a wonderful guy who does a great job of addressing matters of spirituality, consciousness and conspiracy in very eloquent terms. You can catch that one here:

Volume 16 was with Ben Emlyn-Jones, a former hospital porter who was dismissed from his job of over 20 years as a result of posting his personal views on conspiratorial matters on-line, and who now runs the HPANWO (Hospital Porters Against The New World Order) blog, Youtube channel, and weekly show on the UK's Critical Mass Radio. That one's here:


We switched interviewing positions this month, too, as I guested on Volume 50 of Ben's own HPANWO show, talking about various aspects of the manipulations and oddities of the music industry. That one's here:



The latest GV volume is with Mel Bell-Grey, a fascinating guy originally from Tottenham, North London, now working as a musician and film-maker in Hawaii following a very eventful life. His volume addresses the control system's overall suppression and subjugation of black people throughout human history, and feeding into current music culture. Catch that one here:


On Sunday 16th, I dealt with much of the same subject matter as a live guest on Dawn's Diorama, a show on Manchester-based internet station Dark City Radio. Listen back to that one here:


The week before, on Sunday 9th, I phoned in to the excellent Planet X radio show in Liverpool. Until recently, this was broadcast on City Talk Radio, and held the distinction of being the only show dealing with alternative/ suppressed subject matter anywhere on UK mainstream radio. This month, Neal Atkinson, Dan The Man, Dave Stretch and co. took the decision to now host the show on a server on their own site, http://www.planetxlive.co.uk, allowing for even greater freedom of content, and without the burden of corporate ads. The 9th June programme was on the subject of The Bilderberg Group meeting that weekend in Watford, and the Fringe Festival/ protest event that had run alongside it. David Icke was on to talk about this, along with his upcoming TV/ radio station The People's Voice, (which I'm greatly looking forward to being involved with - more news soon!) My input involved my verdict on the Fringe event, which I'd attended the previous day.



Once it had become clear that The Grove Hotel in Watford was to be the gathering site for the world's 'elites' (as they see themselves,) a collective of people, including journalist Charlie Skelton, and Silkie Carlo, (whose distinction as the former girlfriend of about-turn 'truther' Charlie Veitch I'm sure she'd rather forget,) hastily organised the Fringe as an opportunity for the public to show up in their numbers and send a message to the Bilderbergers that their days of operating in the shadows are over. I arrived in the morning and hooked up with my mate bob 'Insidejob' Truther, who'd travelled up from Brighton with his famous, self-constructed Disco Bike. This is equipped with disco lights, speakers, a laptop/ mp3 player and a video camera, and Bob takes to the streets to broadcast suppressed material publicly, and to make on-the-spot Youtube videos. The Bike was a great hit throughout the day, attracting a lot of attention.

Sadly, it quickly became clear that the police, under orders from higher up, were deliberately mis-directing some festival-goers, and sending them away from the site, and were restricting entry to the corner of the hotel grounds where it was happening, when there was clearly room for many hundreds more. It had also been seen to that there were no food or drink vendors on-site, and that once you left, you were unable to get back on the grounds.


Despite this, by the time keynote speakers David Icke and Alex Jones took to the stage in the evening, a good two to three thousand heads had gathered in the sunshine to have their spirits raised by some highly motivational speeches. Alex Jones was on explosive top form, putting down a persistent heckler, and inviting the crowd to turn towards the hotel at the top of the hill and chant in unison, 'we know you are killers, we know you are killers!'

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kly8gm41y98


There was an 'official' list of Bilderberg attendees, (Ed Balls, George Osborne, Ken Clarke, Henry Kissinger), along with an 'official' agenda of matters under discussion that surely nobody but the mainstream media believes was adhered to,) but confirmation came of many other 'elite' names whose names weren't released publicly, attempting to sneak in unseen but failing. These included Hillary Clinton, Bill Gates and Barack Obama. David Cameron was forced to reveal his attendance just days before.


Despite the presence of a few pointless provocateurs, the Bilderberg event displayed a real sense of unity among like-minded individuals, and despite mainstream attempts to play it all down, demonstrated that we have now reached a significant point in the road where the 'elites' are no longer able to plot their manipulations in the shadows away from public scrutiny. Significant numbers of people now know who they are and what they're doing, and the road to their downfall and a better deal for humanity has to start here.

Right ... on to some DJing business!  On Monday 10th, I headed out to Tenerife, to spin for a second year at Notorious Bar, part of the well-known Tramps nightclub in Playa De Las Americas. It's a very similar set-up to Soul City in Ibiza, with Notorious dealing with all aspects of black/ urban music in a lively bar setting, and with DJs rocking til 6am every night of the week. I played a late set - from 3 to 6am - rocking up a couple of hours earlier to hang out with resident and Tenerife DJing legend DJ Snoopy. Originally from Glasgow, Snoopy has the distinction of looking uncannily like Tim Westwood - a fact that is often pointed out to him. Westwood himself is guesting there in July, and a photo of the two together is an absolute must. Notorious got a proper injection of dancefloor energy when a crew of Londoners turned up around 5.15am. For the remainder of my set I made them lose their minds to the likes of So Solid Crew, SL2 and Lethal B.


Hotel breakfasts are usually at non-DJ-friendly times, but arriving back at 7am, I was just in time to appease my hunger before passing out for no more than four hours sleep. After killing many hours on the laptop in my hotel lobby, getting far more done than I can hope to in the chaos of back home, venue manager Ollie picked me up to take me back to Tenerife South airport. Also in the car was Matt Howes, a DJ made famous by his residency on BBC 1Xtra this year, who's spending the summer spinning on the island. Matt lost his arm in an accident a while back, making his resulting DJing skills all he more impressive.

My wedding anniversary was this month, and to mark the occasion, Mrs. D and myself had booked an upmarket hotel/ spa break at Whittlebury Hall in Northamptonshire for Sunday 23rd. Sadly, our childcare options are very limited, so we opted for a full family affair and took young Zaina and Akilah with us. They enjoyed the experience immensely, even if some of the other hotel guests didn't.

And that, pretty much, was the month of June!











MD AT SOUL CITY, IBIZA ON 9TH AND 10TH JULY




Underway with another full-on season at Soul City in Ibiza. Looking forward to spinning there myself on 9th and 10th July.


For any Black Sheep heads who happen to be headed to Ibiza this Summer, a visit to Soul City, the island's original party spot for R&B, hip-hop and everything in between, remains essential. Now 20 years deep,  Soul City continues to provide a lively alternative to the house and trance music dominating the rest of the island. This year, original resident DJ Horse is back alongside guests to keep things jumping seven nights a week.
The team spin a wild and varied mash-up covering hip-hop, R&B, soul, funk, ragga, garage, drum 'n' bass, reggae dancehall, and more recently, bassline and UK Funky. As you might expect, it's immensely popular with holidaying Brits, not only because of its fresh and open-minded music policy, but because even in these cash-strapped times it remains free to get in!
As Soul City's popularity has increased, it's attracted some competition from other operators. The last few seasons have shown the venue can more than hold its own, however, maintaining a strong crowd presence every night of the week.
Soul City is located in San Antonio's West End/. Further info available here. 

GOOD VIBRATIONS PODCAST, VOL. 17: BEN EMLYN-JONES/ HPANWO




Ben Emlyn-Jones is a former hospital porter who now runs the multi-media HPANWO project (Hospital Porters Against The New World Order,) consisting of a radio show, Youtube channel, blog and events. Here, he talks with Mark Devlin about the process of his dismissal from the health service, apparently as a result of his personal views on truth matters. 

The conversation encompasses such subject areas as Princess Diana's murder, the Boston bombings, the swine Flu scam, doctors under the co-ersion of the big pharmaceutical cartels, vaccines and the Andrew Wakefield story, and the question of how the world's sickest hospital porter, Jimmy Savile, was able to get away with it for half a century.


GOOD VIBRATIONS PODCAST, VOL. 17: BEN EMLYN-JONES/ HPANWO




Ben Emlyn-Jones is a former hospital porter who now runs the multi-media HPANWO project (Hospital Porters Against The New World Order,) consisting of a radio show, Youtube channel, blog and events. Here, he talks with Mark Devlin about the process of his dismissal from the health service, apparently as a result of his personal views on truth matters. 

The conversation encompasses such subject areas as Princess Diana's murder, the Boston bombings, the swine Flu scam, doctors under the co-ersion of the big pharmaceutical cartels, vaccines and the Andrew Wakefield story, and the question of how the world's sickest hospital porter, Jimmy Savile, was able to get away with it for half a century.


Monday, 24 June 2013

GOOD VIBRATIONS PODCAST, VOLUME 18: MEL BELL-GREY



Good Vibrations gets into the contentious, but highly pertinent issue of the subjugation of black people throughout the course of human history, through days of slavery, to the current manipulation of black artists in the music industry. 

Mel Bell-Grey is originally from Tottenham, North London, and now works as a musician and film-maker in Kauii, Hawaii. Here he recounts the many hardships and struggles of his eventful upbringing, placing this into many wider contexts. A challenging and controversial, but highly listenable addition to the GV series.


Saturday, 22 June 2013

THE SOUND OF NOW. PLAYLIST & LISTEN AGAIN LINK FOR 22/6/13




THE SOUND OF NOW, WITH MARK DEVLIN, OX105FM
PLAYLIST FOR SATURDAY 22ND JUNE 2013



MAT ZO: EASY (ANDY C REMIX)

FOAMO FEAT. LOTTIE: RELEASE ME

THE RUB FEAT. NATALIE STORM: DUTTY GAL

LONDON GRAMMAR: WASTING MY YOUNG YEARS (KDA REMIX)

WU TANG CLAN: FAMILY REUNION

THE LAST EIGHTH FEAT. HAVOC: RAGIN'

HMAN FEAT. STICKY FINGAZ: HEAVY WITH THE DROP

SLAUGHTERHOUSE: HOUSE GANG

OLD TO THE NEW:
LITTLE BROTHER: CURTAIN CALL (2010)

RAPPER BIG POOH: GOLD CHAIN

ZONA: I AM BEAUTIFUL

KATHY BROWN: GIVE ME YOUR LOVE (D&D ORIGINAL MIX)

TERRY HUNTER FEAT. TIGER WILSON: SOMETIMES (BANG THE VOCAL MIX)

STREET BEAT OF THE WEEK:
FOAMO: RUNNING

CODEBASE: FALLING BRICKS (LTJ X-PERIENCE REMIX)

MEYHEM LAUREN: CRITICAL THINKING

MASTA ACE: 2040

BUMPY KNUCKLES: SUM'N WRONG

GRAND DADDY I.U FEAT. GRAND PUBA: SHE SAID

RAKIM: GET VISUAL

DJ MIX: ICE CREAM RECORDS HOUSE/ GARAGE MIX

Thursday, 20 June 2013

MARK DEVLIN GUESTS ON HPANWO, CRITICAL MASS RADIO, JUNE '13



Mark Devlin talks with Ben Emlyn-Jones, who runs the weekly HPANWO show on the UK's Critical Mass Radio. Subjects covered include the subversion of the mainstream music industry, and its place within the overall manipulation of all human affairs.


MD'S CLUB/ RADIO DATES, JUNE/ JULY '13



Saturday 22nd June
The Sound Of Now, OX105FM, Oxford (6-8pm)

Saturday 29th June
The Sound Of Now, OX105FM, Oxford (6-8pm)

Saturday 29th June
The Bear, Twickenham

Saturday 6th July
The Sound Of Now, OX105FM, Oxford (6-8pm)

Saturday 6th July
The Earl, The Second Bridge, Bath

Tuesday 9th July
Soul City, San Antonio, IBIZA

Wednesday 10th July
Soul City, San Antonio, IBIZA

Saturday 13th July
The Sound Of Now, OX105FM, Oxford (6-8pm)

Saturday 20th July
The Sound Of Now, OX105FM, Oxford (6-8pm)

Saturday 20th July
Mask, Aberdeen, SCOTLAND

Saturday 27th July
The Sound Of Now, OX105FM, Oxford (6-8pm)

Saturday 27th July
Back In The Day, The Old Bank, Swindon








Wednesday, 19 June 2013

MARK DEVLIN ON DAWN'S DIORAMA, DARK CITY RADIO, 16/6/13



Mark Devlin guests on Dawn's Diorama show on the internet station Dark City Radio. The subject matter covers the overall theme of 'satanism in the music industry', but specifically addresses subliminal messages, mind-controlled artists, occult symbolism and sound frequencies among others. There's also a section on the dark nature of Kanye West's new album 'Yeezus'.


SOUL CITY IBIZA - MORE SUMMER MADNESS



Underway with another full-on season at Soul City in Ibiza. Looking forward to spinning there myself on 9th and 10th July.


For any Black Sheep heads who happen to be headed to Ibiza this Summer, a visit to Soul City, the island's original party spot for R&B, hip-hop and everything in between, remains essential. Now 20 years deep,  Soul City continues to provide a lively alternative to the house and trance music dominating the rest of the island. This year, original resident DJ Horse is back alongside guests to keep things jumping seven nights a week.
The team spin a wild and varied mash-up covering hip-hop, R&B, soul, funk, ragga, garage, drum 'n' bass, reggae dancehall, and more recently, bassline and UK Funky. As you might expect, it's immensely popular with holidaying Brits, not only because of its fresh and open-minded music policy, but because even in these cash-strapped times it remains free to get in!
As Soul City's popularity has increased, it's attracted some competition from other operators. The last few seasons have shown the venue can more than hold its own, however, maintaining a strong crowd presence every night of the week.
Soul City is located in San Antonio's West End/. Further info available here. 

Monday, 17 June 2013

GOOD VIBRATIONS PODCAST, VOL. 17: BEN EMLYN-JONES/ HPANWO



Ben Emlyn-Jones is a former hospital porter who now runs the multi-media HPANWO project (Hospital Porters Against The New World Order,) consisting of a radio show, Youtube channel, blog and events. Here, he talks with Mark Devlin about the process of his dismissal from the health service, apparently as a result of his personal views on truth matters. 

The conversation encompasses such subject areas as Princess Diana's murder, the Boston bombings, the swine Flu scam, doctors under the co-ersion of the big pharmaceutical cartels, vaccines and the Andrew Wakefield story, and the question of how the world's sickest hospital porter, Jimmy Savile, was able to get away with it for half a century.


Sunday, 16 June 2013

THE SOUND OF NOW. PLAYLIST & LISTEN AGAIN LINKS FOR 15/6/13



THE SOUND OF NOW, WITH MARK DEVLIN, OX105FM
PLAYLIST FOR SATURDAY 15TH JUNE 2013




LONDON GRAMMAR: WASTING MY YOUNG YEARS (KDA REMIX)

HYBRID THEORY: SO HIGH

MAT ZO: ASY (ANDY C REMIX)

HYPE KRONIK FEAT. CHENEY PARSONS: PICK N MIX

BUMPY KNUCKLES: SUM'N WRONG

RAPPER BIG POOH: GOLD CHAIN

KC DA ROOKEE: LIES

THE LAST EIGHTH FEAT. HAVOC: RAGIN'

BEYONCE: GROWN WOMAN

STREET BEAT OF THE WEEK:
ZONA: I AM BEAUTIFUL

RAFA SCOCCIA: HONEY DRIP

OLD TO THE NEW:
TERRY HUNTER PRESENTS KJ ROSE: FACE YOUR FEARS (2010)

TERRY HUNTER FEAT. TIGER WILSON: SOMETIMES (BANG THE VOCAL MIX)

CODEBASE: FALLING BRICKS (LTJ X-PREIENCE REMIX)

SILVERLAND FEAT. BAILEY: HANG UP

WU TANG CLAN: FAMILY REUNION

RAKIM: GET VISUAL

TY: WELL, WELL, WELL

DJ MIX: MARK DEVLIN 90s GOLDEN YEARS REVIVAL MIX

BLACK GIRL: KRAZY (HIP HOP MIX) 
SWV FEAT. WU TANG CLAN: ANYTHING (REMIX) 
EN VOGUE: MY LOVIN' 
MARIAH CAREY FEAT. OL' D B: FANTASY (BAD BOY REMIX) 
ZHANE: GROOVE THING 
TONY TONI TONE FEAT. DJ QUIK: LET'S GET DOWN 
BON GARCON: IF YOU NEED A MAN 
PORTRAIT: HERE WE GO 
ERIC GABLE: PROCESS OF ELIMINATION 
MARY J BLIGE FEAT. NOTORIOUS BIG: REAL LOVE (BAD BOY REMIX) 
BEVERLEY KNIGHT: FLAVOUR OF THE OLD SCHOOL 
TRUCE: TREAT U RIGHT 
LOREN: REMEMBER 
TANYA VON: TONITE 
ZHANE: REQUEST LINE  

Tuesday, 11 June 2013

MARK DEVLIN RE THE BILDERBERG GROUP PROTEST, ON PLANET X RADIO



Here's my phone-in to the brilliant Planet X radio show this weekend, on the subject of the Bilderberg Group protest in Watford.

GOOD VIBRATIONS PODCAST, VOL. 17: BEN EMLYN-JONES/ HPANWO


Ben Emlyn-Jones is a former hospital porter who now runs the multi-media HPANWO project (Hospital Porters Against The New World Order,) consisting of a radio show, Youtube channel, blog and events. Here, he talks with Mark Devlin about the process of his dismissal from the health service, apparently as a result of his personal views on truth matters. 

The conversation encompasses such subject areas as Princess Diana's murder, the Boston bombings, the swine Flu scam, doctors under the co-ersion of the big pharmaceutical cartels, vaccines and the Andrew Wakefield story, and the question of how the world's sickest hospital porter, Jimmy Savile, was able to get away with it for half a century.


Sunday, 9 June 2013

GOOD VIBRATIONS PODCAST, VOL. 16: MAX IGAN





Researcher, radio host and activist Max Igan joins Mark Devlin for this instalment, talking from Queensland, Australia. A former musician, Max now runs the Crowhouse website, a portal for all kinds of empowering information. 

He discusses the process of 'unplugging from the matrix' and recognising your true status as a sovereign spirit-soul, and puts this into the context of corporation governments treating humans as state property and collateral. Max explains the difference between Maritime Law, the basis of the West's legal system, and Common Law, or 'law of the land. We also discuss 'legalese' and the use of words to literally place 'spells' on their users. 

Other subjects include the law of cause and effect, synchronicity and the human ability to create by experiencing. We finish with Max's reaction to his 'hater', one Dallas Goldbug, who embarked on a campaign to discredit him earlier in the year. 


THE SOUND OF NOW. PLAYLIST & LISTEN AGAIN LINKS FOR 8/6/13



THE SOUND OF NOW, WITH MARK DEVLIN, OX105FM
PLAYLIST FOR SATURDAY 8TH JUNE 2013



CIARA FEAT. B.O.B: BODY PARTY (REMIX, MINUS FUTURE)

ROBIN THICKE FEAT. PHARRELL & T.I: BLURRED LINES

BEYONCE: GROWN WOMAN

STREET BEAT OF THE WEEK:
LONDON GRAMMAR: WASTING MY YOUNG YEARS (KDA REMIX)

SILVERLAND FEAT. BAILEY: HANG UP

MAT ZO: ASY (ANDY C REMIX)

BUMPY KNUCKLES: SUM'N WRONG

SLAUGHTERHOUSE: HOUSE GANG

DJ MIX 1: MARK DEVLIN
GAME: BLACK JESUS
KAMILAH SUMNER: LOVE OPERATOR
NY: TROPHY BOY (TODD EDWARDS REMIX)
RITA ORA: SHINE YOUR LIGHT (2 BEARS REMIX)
LITTLE NIKKI: INTRO INTRO (DJ Q REMIX)
NAS & ALRLISSA VS. 10 BELOW: HARD TO LOVE SOMEBODY
DJ FRESH FEAT. MS DYNAMITE: GOLD DUST (SHY FX RE-EDIT)
MILK. BROKE UP THE FAMILY (KENNY KEN REMIX)

DJ MIX: DJ AC, SOUTHPORT-STYLE SOULFUL HOUSE MIX

DJ MIX 3: DJ D & DJ LICHE (MIXBOSSES, AUSTRALIA) FUNK REVIVAL MIX

Thursday, 6 June 2013

MD AT NOTORIOUS BAR/ TRAMPS, TENERIFE, MONDAY 10TH JUNE



It's all about Tenerife next week. Can't wait to throw down alongside the mighty DJ Snoopy at Notorious Bar/ Tramps on Monday 10th June.

Tuesday, 4 June 2013

GOOD VIBRATIONS PODCAST VOL. 16: MAX IGAN




Researcher, radio host and activist Max Igan joins Mark Devlin for this instalment, talking from Queensland, Australia. A former musician, Max now runs the Crowhouse website, a portal for all kinds of empowering information. 

He discusses the process of 'unplugging from the matrix' and recognising your true status as a sovereign spirit-soul, and puts this into the context of corporation governments treating humans as state property and collateral. Max explains the difference between Maritime Law, the basis of the West's legal system, and Common Law, or 'law of the land. We also discuss 'legalese' and the use of words to literally place 'spells' on their users. 

Other subjects include the law of cause and effect, synchronicity and the human ability to create by experiencing. We finish with Max's reaction to his 'hater', one Dallas Goldbug, who embarked on a campaign to discredit him earlier in the year.