I emailed Jerry asking permission to post my release about an Interview tonight in Toronto focusing on the Strange coincidences surrounding John's life and death.
Thanks Jerry and I hope everyone enjoys this.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
After just getting to know about John over the last couple of years, I think Lennon was an amazing guy... Happy Birthday John wherever you are...
Numerology, Astrology and the Life and Death of John Lennon
Toronto's Mojo Radio discusses the chilling synchronicities
connected to Lennon's' life and death the day after his birthday.
Windsor, ON, Oct 9, 2003 - Richard Syrett, the host for Mojo
Radio 630 A.M. in Toronto, will interview author Dan Alice to
commemorate John Lennon's birthday. The interview will focus on
more than 20 years of research Dan Alice has conducted on the
circumstances surrounding John Lennon's murder. His unique
perspective shows many strange coincidences linked to John
Lennon's death that began unfolding exactly 13 years before he
was murdered. Dan's research and insights resulted in the novel,
Once A Man Twice A Child, Part I: Tomorrow Never Knows, to be
published by Undivide in Windsor Ontario, on December 8, 2003. On
Friday October 10, 2003, Mojo Radio will interview Dan Alice,
exposing his compilation of facts and interpretations to the
The Mojo Radio interview will discuss the novel, Dan's research
on Lennon's death, and the author's true life experiences.
Including how as a child the unexplainable terror he felt while
hearing the song 'I Am The Walrus' for the first time on its
release date December 8, 1967 didn't make any sense to him. Dan
explains, "The end of the song frightened me because I wasn't
sure if the voice of someone dying while others desperately tried
to save that person at the end of the song were real or just my
imagination." The terror lingered in Alice's subconscious until
it became the focus of his attention as an adult years later
while he was watching a football game.
While Alice watched a Monday Night Football game between Miami
and New England on December 8, 1980, sportscaster Howard Cosell
announced that John Lennon had been murdered in New York City. At
that moment Dan Alice intuitively felt a connection between the
terror he felt in 1967 and Lennon's death. He explains, "I was
shocked and immediately thoughts of my childhood experience in
1967 reclaimed my attention. The same panic I felt then had
returned to fill my heart and mind." Not knowing what the exact
connection between the two were he researched the song and
learned that indeed Lennon's death came on the anniversary date
of the song's release, exactly 13 years earlier. Alice also
unexpectedly discovered that John Lennon had superimposed the
voices of a scene from Shakespeare's King Lear, where someone was
dying and people tried desperately to save that person, onto the
end of 'I Am The Walrus'. Dan states, "I was bewildered when I
realized that as a child back in 1967 it wasn't my imagination at
all. Those ghastly sounds were indeed very real." This inspired
Alice to continue researching the subject.
After 20 years of research, Alice's information snowballed into a
wonderland of facts that he examined through numerological and
astrological interpretation. That's when the connection between
the song I am the Walrus and John Lennon's Death all began to
make sense to him. Dan believes the entire situation he
experienced in l967 was an explicit prophecy of John Lennon's
future death. He plans to reveal the complete details during the
exclusive radio interview with Richard Syrett.
The interview can be heard on 640 A.M. in the Toronto area or
worldwide on the Internet at www.mojoradio.com
on Friday, October
10, 2003 at 11:00 p.m. Syrett will be giving away several free
copies of the novel to randomly selected listeners who call the
radio station during the interview. For more information, visit
or contact, Eric Bonnici, Operations Manager,
Undivide Publishing at 519-981-4599 or email