This is a game called ‘Hello, hello, here is X.X.’

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Abstract

Today is the [date of publication]. This is a game called ‘Hello, hello, here is X.X.’; also called ‘R2-45’. The game is played with three tape recorders. Tape recorder 1 is a Telefunken Magnetophon 85, as favoured by Konstantin Raudive. Tape recorder 2 is an orgone accumulator, as designed by Wilhelm Reich. Tape recorder 3 is this record containing various dubbings of extracts of unpublished recordings made in 1995 by Roger Clarke, a writer, author of A Natural History of Ghosts (2012) and member of the Society for Psychical Research. Neither tape recorder 1 nor tape recorder 2 can record on tape recorder 3. Tape recorder 1 is a Faraday cage, as designed by Michael Faraday. Tape recorder 2 is a Dreamachine running on a record turntable rotating at 78 or 45 revolutions per minute, as designed by Ian Sommerville. Tape recorder 3 is an E-meter, as designed by L. Ron Hubbard. Tape recorder 3 can wash tape recorder 1 and tape recorder 2. Tape recorder 1 is a rain stick, as designed by Michael Faraday, played on a record turntable rotating at 78 or 45 revolutions per minute. Tape recorder 2 is a Philips EL-3300 compact cassette recorder. Tape recorder 3 is an Emeter, as designed by L. Ron Hubbard. Tape recorder 3 can record on tape recorder 1 and 2. Today is the exact hour of your death a year ago. Tape recorder 1 is running on record turntable ‘X.X.’; also called ‘R2-45’. Tape recorder 2 is a Telefunken Magneto E-meter, as designed by L. Ron Raudive. Tape recorder 2 is tape recorder 1 and tape recorder 2. Tape recorder 3 is Antony Balch, played on extracts of unpublished recordings at 5 revolutions per minute. Tape recorder 3 is an E-meter-as-research. Tape recorder 3 can record on tape recorder 3. Tape recorder 2 is a dream game called ‘Hello, hello’ rotating at 78 or 45 revolutions played with three tape recorders. Tape Whitley Strieber. Tape Sommerville. Tape L. Ron Hubbard or tape recorder 2 can record on tape recorders 1 and 2. Today is 78 or 45 revolutions per minute. The game is a cassette recorder. Tape recorder 3 is tape recorder 1. Tape recorder 3 can record on tape recorder 2, an orgone accumulator of your death a year ago. Tape recorder 3 is this record containing ‘X.X.’; also called ‘R2-45’. Tape recordings made in 1995 by Roger Clarke, as designed by L. Ron and a member of the Society for Tape Recorder 2. Tape recorder 3 is an E-meter-as-Dreamachine running on tape recorder 3. Tape recorder 2 is a minute, as designed by Ian Sommerville at 78 or 45 revolutions played by L. Ron Hubbard. Tape Hubbard or tape recorder 2 can record recorder 2. Tape recorder 1 is a Faraday cage played on a record turntable rotating a game called ‘Hello, hello, here is tape recorder 2’, a Philips EL-3300 played with three tape recorders. Today is the exact hour designed by Wilhelm Reich. Tape recorder 1 is running, on record turntables, dubbings of extracts of unpublished tape recorder 2, author of A Natural History of Raudive. Tape recorder 2 is a tape recorder for Psychical Research. Neither tape Reich. Tape recorder 3 is Anthony Balch on tape recorder 3. Tape recorder 1 is recordings at 5 revolutions per minute. Tape recorder 2 is research. Tape recorder 3 is an E-meter-as-tape-recorder. Late August 1995, 1927 Learnard Avenue, Lawrence, KS. Interference. Household ambience. Annual cicadas. William S. Burroughs, Roger Clarke, Bradley Kahler. Passing traffic. Water. Incomplete recordings
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2014

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