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Two worlds coming together? Mozart and JFK?

For some years, I have worked  both to demonstrate my credentials in the world of music (www.themagicflute.org) and to fulfill a commitment as a citizen of our country to share information regarding the limousine in which JFK was riding when he was killed(ss100x.com).  Normally, these two worlds appear to operate independently.  There does not seem to be much of a common denominator between them, with the exception of the fact that both Mozart and JFK were Catholic.

Recent events, however, seem to be taking somewhat curious turns.  As the outcome of musical events here is in the last stages (or death throes, as it were) of being determined, a somewhat eccentric piece of my JFK researcher world who lives half-a-world-away has re-entered my life, and may, in fact, be coming to Minneapolis.  Here is a blog I have maintained on the claims of Judyth Baker (findingjudyth.blogspot.com)

As I prepare to present on the limo in Dallas, at the end of November a performance with a somewhat esoteric connection of the Mahler 2, one of my favorite works,  is scheduled in Minneapolis (http://msomn.org/2013-2014-season/november-24-2013/).

Hmmm….well, I always do love a good mystery…:-0