Exhibit 5, Part 2 live

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Hi everyone!

Well after several grueling days of the hammer, we can finally call E5P2 in the can.

Apologies for the delay, the motel where I am had a heinous party on the upper deck outside my room last night that went to almost 5 this morning. Needless to say, trying to record narration with all that going on pushed us back a ways.

I haven’t had the chance to review post upload, so if there are any glitches evident please let me know and I will try to fix.

I would like to say a big thanks to Ryan for popping in and helping out, he’s becoming quite the partner.

And Jamie my friend, thanks to you too, though I have to tell you.

I had just finished the end credits and dropped it in the master to compile when I got your notice. Thanks thanks thanks!

I will catch you on the next exhibit, promise.

So adieu for now – I foresee a beer in my VERY near future.

I will post a promo for Ex6 as soon as I can.

Cheers everyone and the adventure continues.

Brian

 

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About Brian Onley

Author, "The Book of Man" and "The Book of Man ASCENSION", and former Executive Producer Project Camelot TV Network YouTube Denver, CO
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4 Responses to Exhibit 5, Part 2 live

  1. Mark says:

    Yet another great piece of work. As usual we look forward to the next and wish you well. Keep safe out there.

    Warm Regards

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  2. Rolf Bos says:

    Talk about leaving us at a cliffhanger. Haven’t had ~28 minutes pass by so fast. Amazing how “they” can ‘trans-mutate’ ideas into others, with no one knowing, for the sake of more direct control. Excellent work.

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  3. Jamie Goldsmith says:

    Well done, I’m enjoying getting into the more recent history – has been worth the wait 🙂
    Cheers

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  4. Brian, you are guilty of leaving us wanting for more … hahaha 😛 another superb exhibit!! A quick question for clarification purposes: in the video, you mention Persia’s name being changed to Iraq; I always thought Persia is now modern day Iran.

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