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Rock and Pop Stars of the Apocalypse


The Mayans weren't the only ones to believe that time is rapidly runing out for the human race. Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix and Michael Jackson all believed in doomsday, according to rock guru Michael C. Luckman, founder of the Cosmic Majority and director of the New York Center for Extraterrestrial Research.

Luckman, who wrote "Alien Rock: The Rock 'n' Roll Extraterrestrial Connection" (Simon and Schuster), a book read by Prince William which focuses on rock and pop music icons and their alien encounters, said that Elvis felt that the Mayans were right on target with their so-called doomsday calendar, so much so that the King wore a jumpsuit featuring the Mayan calendar for a live television special and in the last concert before his death. The bejeweled white jumpsuit, one of Elvis' favorites, is currently on display at Graceland.

Larry Geller, Elvis' close friend and hairstylist, confirmed to Luckman that Elvis was all shook up over Biblical prophecies dealing with the Final Days, which he thought were fast approaching. "Elvis had secret plans to put his career on hold and to perform as a musical ambassador to the Middle East to help prevent World War III," said Luckman.

"Hendrix predicted both a catastrophic Pole Shift and a large asteroid hitting Earth in the near future," said Luckman. Luckman quoted Hendrix as saying that "The world is going to go topsy turvy" and calling people who were preparing for this eventuality "The Chosen Ones." Hendrix criticized the Establishment, saying that it was "going to crumble away" as a result of abusing the planet and because of powerful changes underway in the Solar System that no one could do anything about.

"Jimi spoke of the rise and fall of civilizations triggered by earth changes that occur in cycles. Hendrix's comments were witnessed by his drummer, the late Buddy Miles, on December 12, 1979," said Luckman. "Hendrix was more than 30 years ahead of his time in looking at the problems that we now face. He was a true visionary."

Jackson, a devout member of the Jehovah's Witnesses who sometimes dressed in a disguise that included a "fat suit" in order to go door to door preaching the group's religious beliefs, confided to Luckman in 2007 that he believed that the Biblical End Times were coming and voiced his concern that Earth's rainforests would soon vanish. "The planet is a fever," the King of Pop told Luckman. Jackson had turned his attention towards global warming and climate change when tragedy struck.

The superstar singer said that meeting Luckman was "a billion-to-one chance" to share their common interests. Jackson once asked Luckman to serve as a consultant for a high-tech, multi-million dollar alien landing pad that the Gloved One wanted to build in the Nevada desert to welcome aliens to Earth. "He also wanted to perform the Moonwalk on the Moon," Luckman recalled. Television host Matt Lauer introduced Luckman as "the man who would serve as matchmaker between Michael Jackson and the aliens."

Luckman pointed out that Britney Spears' sizzling music video, "Til the End of the World," written by well known pop singer Kesha, is based on the controversial Mayan calendar, which ends on December 21, 2012. To date, the video has scored a record 92 MILLION hits on YouTube," said Luckman, "clearly establishing Britney as the reigning Queen of the 2012 Apocalypse." R.E.M.'s hit song, "It's the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)," meanwhile has become the unofficial anthem of the 2012 survival movement. In marked contrast, British pop supergroup Muse takes things quite a bit further down the road to oblivion with their shocking doomsday tune titled, "Apocalypse, Please."

Luckman, who taught the nation's first college course on rock music and the youth culture at the New School for Social Research, promoted last year's "Legend of the 13 Crystal Skulls" conference in New York City featuring four leading Mayan elders. The Mayans believe that their space gods will soon be returning to Earth. Among the celebrities who have read Luckman's blockbuster "Alien Rock" book are Bono, Steven Spielberg, Shirley MacLaine, Dan Aykroyd, David Lee Roth, Yoko Ono, Ringo Starr and Bianca Jagger.

Prince William reportedly was starstruck after reading "Alien Rock" during his courtship of his bride-to-be, Kate Middleton, at Queen Elizabeth's beloved Balmoral Castle in Scotland. Andre Van Pier, Luckman's late business partner, designed couture worn by Wills' mother, Princess Diana, just before she was killed in a suspicious car accident in a Paris tunnel. A news photograph taken during that period shows Princess Diana wearing Van Pier's signature blazer with the initials "AVP" sewn in diamonds on the pocket. Sadly it was one of the last outfits that Diana ever wore.

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