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Jy’t my naam vergeet

Composer, poet and designer André G Nel has just released his debut CD called wegkruip tussen lyne (translation: “hide between the lines”). The music is sophisticated, fresh, and – above all – doesn’t easily fall into any known category. With more than 30 live performances André G Nel has firmly established himself in the South African music industry.

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Jy’t my naam vergeet……

(Video hosted on Youtube.)

ndré G Nel recently launched this self-designed 40 page, 12-track CD – including 10 Afrikaans and two English tracks – at an informal performance at the Centurion Theatre to a packed audience. Within just a few weeks many of these songs have been approved for playlisting on all major radio stations, including Jacaranda FM, RSG, 94.7 and Rippel FM.

Hou my vas was number 6 and Wonderland number 16 on Rippel 90.5 FM’s Top 20 in May/June 2007 and Wonderland number 4 on 90.6 FMs SA Top 10. Jy’t my naam vergeet (translation: “You forgot my name”) was number 10 during the week of 30 July 2007 and the week thereafter it climbed to number 9 on MK89s Top 10. Jy’t my naam vergeet soon appears on MK89s compilation CD, and the brand new, and third, video – of Joshua/I can’t wait for the rain – started showing on television.

Diane de Beer, journalist at the Pretoria News, writes shortly after the CD launch: “Andre’s magic lies in the lyrics, the poetry of his words, the music and a unique delivery.”

Cornelia le Roux of Huisgenoot describes it as “André G Nel’s music is a jewel to the ears.”

André G Nel – Wegkruip tussen lyne
Ek aanbid die grond waarop jy loop
As ek kon sou ek jou wou koop
Grond is net grond en mens net mens
Pasop pasop vir wat jy wens

‘n Soet moment daai skugter soen
In sy eenvoud lê sy brand verbloem
Aikona dit maak so seer
Maar ek stamp my kop twee drie keer

Refrein
Ja jy’t my naam vergeet
En ek kan nie nee ek kan nie
Ek weet j’t my naam vergeet
En ek en ek mag nie

Die obsessie is reeds lank verby
Ek was mal oor jou was jy mal oor my
Grond is net grond en mens net mens
Pasop pasop vir wat jy wens

Ek sal eendag ook jou naam vergeet
My rug op ons verlede keer
Dan sal ek weer van voor begin
‘n Ander nuwe rigting in

Inside Area 51

Area 51 (Currently known as Air Force Flight Test Center, Detachment 3 and also known as Dreamland, Watertown Strip, Paradise Ranch, The Box, Groom Lake) is a remote tract of land in southern Nevada, owned by the United States Air Force, containing an airfield whose primary purpose is the secret development and testing of new military aircraft. It is famed as the subject of many UFO conspiracy theories. Its secretive nature and undoubted connection to classified aircraft research, together with reports of unusual phenomena, have led Area 51 to become a centerpiece of modern UFO and conspiracy theory.

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Inside Area 51

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ome of the unconventional activities claimed to be underway at Area 51 include: The storage, examination, and reverse engineering of crashed alien spacecraft (including material supposedly recovered at Roswell), the study of their occupants (living and dead), and the manufacture of aircraft based on alien technology. Meetings or joint undertakings with extraterrestrials. The development of exotic energy weapons (for SDI applications or otherwise) or means of weather control. Activities related to a supposed shadowy world government. Many of the theories concern underground facilities at Groom or at nearby Papoose Lake, and include claims of a transcontinental underground railroad system, a disappearing airstrip (nicknamed the “Cheshire Airstrip”, after Lewis Carroll’s Cheshire cat) which briefly appearAliens when water is sprayed onto its camouflaged asphalt , and engineering based on alien technology.

Area 51

Area 51

In 1989, Bob Lazar claimed that he had worked at a facility at Papoose Lake (which he called S-4) on such a U.S. Government flying saucer. One major theory is that Area 51 is a place which simulates the environment of the moon. In 2000-2001, Fox Television broadcast a show about Apollo moon landing hoax accusations, in which it was suggested that the whole moon landing in 1969 was a hoax and was filmed in parts of Area 51. Others, however, claim that during the mid 1990s, the most secret work previously done at Groom was quietly moved to other facilities, including Dugway Proving Ground in Utah, and that the continued secrecy around Groom is largely a successful attempt at misdirection.In July 1996, a man named Victor came forward and said on Art Bell’s Coast to Coast AM radio show that he had a videotape of an alien interrogation. He said that he copied the tape and smuggled the copy out of Area 51. The video showed the head of an alien in a dark room, possibly using telepathy to communicate with military personnel and scientists. azar says that he met Edward Teller while employed at Los Alamos National Laboratory, and that Teller recommended him for an employment interview with EG&G after Lazar had moved to Las Vegas. They passed him over for the job, but not soon after, shuttled him to Area 51 to work on classified projects. As Gene Huff writes, “At area 51, Bob had to sign a secrecy agreement and an agreement to waive his constitutional rights, which is illegal but was made possible by an executive order with Ronald Reagan’s signature on it. He also had to sign an agreement which allowed them to monitor his phone line. Bob already had ‘Q’ clearance, which is top secret civilian clearance, at Los Alamos but he had never gone through anything like this. The clearance he was now attaining would require perpetual monitoring of his activities and would never simply be attained and forgotten about until the next review date. After some abrupt suggestions that he honor his secrecy agreement and watch his general conduct, he and Mariani boarded a bus with blacked out windows and took a 20 to 30 minute ride down a bumpy dirt/gravel road. They arrived at a base near Papoose dry lake bed known as S4.”After some allergy tests (due, Lazar said, to the potentially hazardous substances he might be required to use) Lazar was informed that he would be “on call” as needed. He continued working at a photography shop, while making jaunts to S4 about once a week. Eventually, Lazar says he was asked to examine the propulsion system of a disc-shaped aircraft (he insists he saw nine flying saucers in various states of disrepair, but was allowed to closely examine only one of them). Lazar claims that when he first saw disc-shaped craft at the base, he concluded they were secret ? but decidedly terrestrial ? aircraft, and that sightings of test flights were responsible for UFO reports. Only on closer examination of the craft did Lazar conclude it was designed by and for extraterrestrials.

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