99 Basel, Switzerland after attending a workshop given by Ulrike in Amsterdam. Look for an- other interview with Thomas to be posted soon. While there have been many events of interest since I wrote the closing to the 2nd Quarter 2018 Wrap Up, I want to share my thoughts about the delivery of Dr. Joseph Farrell’s organ and why your support of the Dr. Joseph P. Farrell Pipe Organ Crowdfund has meant so much to me. In early 2016, I was visiting with Joseph on a drive to the West Coast. Joseph was a talented composer without benefit of his in- strument of choice—a pipe organ. I realized that he would be much happier if he had one. I was convinced that his audience would be happy to help such a dream come true. I was also convinced that everything Joseph was saying about the importance of preserving our culture was absolutely true. However, I was struggling for actions that the Solari team could take to help contribute. I am at heart an investment banker, and investment bankers connect people who have money with an entrepreneur’s vision—ideally in a manner that creates wholly new value for all concerned. For some reason that I have never quite understood, my intuitive sense for opportunities to create this kind of connection almost always seems to work. This pipe organ project seemed achievable, and there was a great big “value proposition.” I asked Joseph’s dear friend Chuck McCorkle, who is a capable and experienced businessman, if he would design and negotiate what was a highly complicated contract for a custom-built digital pipe organ. Chuck agreed to help, and Joseph agreed to let us try. Something happened. Call it spiritual or call it energetic. Many members of our net- work pitched in to create a dedicated website and related videos and audios. A chord had been struck—inspiring all of us to gather to fight for our culture by acquiring this organ for Joseph. I started to learn about the organ and to listen to organ music. Subscribers started to listen to more classical and organ music. As I traveled, members of our network would go out of their way to take me to organ concerts. As one person said, “This organ thing is really happening.” One aspect was particular to America. The 2016 presidential campaign involved significant cultural debasement. Focusing on the design and acquisition of a digital pipe organ was so phenomenally esoteric—given what was happening in politics—that the crowdfund became a marvelous community and place in our imagination where we could go to be involved in something positive and wholly divorced from the culture wars. While America seemed to go low, I got high on Bach and organ music. When I launched the project, I had no idea of the extent to which I would find refuge in the spirit created by the group that gathered to participate and make the crowdfund a success. Another aspect was the spiritual experience I had in the process. My intuition kept telling me that spiritual forces wanted to compose through Joseph—but they needed him to have his instrument. I also felt that he was in the process of leading us in the rebuilding of our morphogenic field. Sometimes, when I sat and spoke with him, I had visions of him playing the organ. As he played (in my visions), the music would energetically start to help re- build our community field and lift it back up to a higher mind. I felt as if JS or CP Bach were tapping on my shoulder, saying, “Will you hurry up and get this guy an organ? We have compositions that urgently need to get through.” I believed that whatever might happen once Joseph had his organ sitting in his living room was between him and the divine intel- ligence. I would leave it to them to see what they wanted to create. I asked that Joseph sim- ply enjoy the process of relearning how to play the organ. Whatever wants to happen, it emerges from our joy. Johann Sebastian Bach Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach “Will you hurry up and get this guy an organ?”