Monday, 12 August 2013

The Velocity of Now - Episode 6 - Aug. 11, 2013

The Velocity of Now - Thomas Sheridan’s Weekly Radio Show
Topics Include: Thomas' sprained ankle caused by a mandolin player and trying to get through the show while out of his head on tramadol and pain killers...How a Wooden Staff can Get You Laid...Queers versus Gays...Shills are Everywhere but Cambridge Seems to be their Training Ground...The Power of the Negative Space...Synchromysticism and Synchronicity in Madonna's song Borderline (Borderline Personality Disorder) and Nick Cave and Kylie Minouge's Where the Wild Roses Grow (Murder of Princess Diana and the Swimming Serpent)...Thomas almost passing out in pain by the end of the show.

Feature Artists:

The Stranger by John Maher
Waiting for the Medicine by Barry Hawke
Wacky Witch by Ms Luci

Due to increasing costs of keeping Thomas Sheridan Arts going, including expensive Internet charges and other costs associated with having to live in an IMF slave state with a very expensive cost of living in a broken economy, I have decided to place a Donations button on my blog. I agree that the truth should be free, but years of research, hard work, long and late night hours, as well as equipment and other administration costs most certainly are not free. The royalties from
my books are very small, as this is the reality of being a writer without a big publisher.

Any amount you can give, no matter how small, would be greatly appreciated. I have no big business operation behind me; everything is done on a very frugal, independent scale, yet I have provided thousands of pages of interesting and practical information and hundreds of hours of video, and self-financed movies for free. I have also given personal counselling to hundreds of people who badly needed it and never asked them for a penny. My speaking engagements rarely break even, what with the costs of flights and so on.

I, like many others who have chosen this path will tell you, it is hard work and I am at the point now where enough people are paying attention to me, but below the ability to generate a reasonable income. Like most people in a bankrupt country, I am just trying to survive. So any donations will help. Thank you.


  1. I think your point about artists being prophets is dead on! A perfect example of such an artist was Ray Bradbury, whose book Fahrenheit 451 predicted the police state, reality tv, technology ruling our world, and psychotropic drugs! When he passed, the world lost a real gem!

  2. Oh yeah F451 is an incredible novel and movie.

  3. And I thought Alan Watt was a pro-found man! During the second hour I unashamedly let the tears roll down my face. Sometimes the truth kicks you on your emotional arse. Thank you Thomas.

  4. Alan Watt is a profound man. I like his work very much.