Richard Wright - Fired During Recording The Wall Album

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Considering The Piper at the Gates of Dawn pre-dates The Teachings of Don Juan, yes, it is highly probable that it's just your imagination.
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Consider that Journey to Ixtlan pre-dates DSOTM, you will find eventually a lot parts that are very same or similar to DSOTM songs… Yes, you’ll know, if you have only read anything from C.Castaneda …
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But it doesn't. Dark Side of the Moon was written in 1971 and first performed live in mid-January 1972, and Journey to Ixtlan came out later that year. All of the connections you're making are imaginary.
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Look, in all honesty entire concept in C.C books is very much as same when it comes to PF … Only difference you could find is Castaneda were more detailed what is normal since it is described in twelve book’s so go and google it again or please go to hell …
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And I do not think place and time really does matter so stop acting like a kid …
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I don't believe in souls or hell, and neither do Roger Waters or David Gilmour.
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So Dave did not know what he was saying metaphorically speaking in song which was a tribute to Rick “A boat lies waiting” ?
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He knew very well what he was saying, and what Rick was saying: "It's like going out into the sea - there's nothing."
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And yet you have an endless river cover where apparently somebody is sailing towards a setting sun… Now, that is what I call yachting ? You gotta let to some imagination sometimes, right ?
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That's what I call rowing.

It's meant to be representative of the music they recorded on a boat.
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Ok Ziggy, then tell me what you’ll be expecting at the end ? Do you think that everything about PF could happen soon ? In what do you believe, after all ? I do not think you have been mislead by my false language, or do you ? I gave my share of info honestly as I could so Speak to me !
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WebBrown wrote: Sat Oct 16, 2021 1:04 pmDo you think that everything about PF could happen soon ?
...huh? Pink Floyd songs are not prophecies.

I'm very much in agreement with Mr. Gilmour's comments in this interview from 1984 (beginning around 12:40):



In summation..."You're snuffed!"
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Ok, I see … Still I could think about death only as a great advisor …
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And even if that's true, it doesn't help you now, and you won't be able to help anyone later on, so it's irrelevant.
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A man considers himself already dead, so there is nothing to lose. The worst has already happened to him, therefore he's clear and calm; judging him by his acts or by his words, one would never suspect that he has witnessed everything.