Harry Manx ~ The Mohan Veena is Missing

“Beloved friends, with a heavy heart I want to tell you all that this morning at Chicago Ohara airport, while I was on my way to retrieving my luggage, someone stole my beloved Mohan Veena (pictured to the left of me). Security cameras showed a man pick it up and walk out. I’ve had that Veena more than 20years. There’s hardly been a day that I haven’t played it. I feel as though I’ve lost a good friend. I need everyone’s help to find it. If you know someone in Chicago, tell them about it. Maybe it will surface on Craigslist or E-bay. Maybe in a music store or Pawn shop. There’s no missing it. The Veena is in a Black Fibreglass Case with lots of stickers. And the Veena has 20 Strings, 2 layers of strings running parallel. It has tuning heads right down the neck. No other instrument looks like this. I’m grateful for any help. Thanks, Harry”

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Harry Manx

This comes just weeks after someone stole a Stradivarius violin from the Milwaukee Symphony. Knowing how musicians develop relationships with their instruments, such thefts are beyond cruel and tragic. David and I heard Harry Manx play at Stoughton Opera House, near Madison, WI. Please keep an eye out for the Mohan Veena, and send some extra love and magnetism to help reunite these two.

6 responses to this post.

  1. The stolen Stradivarius and Mohan Veena seem possibly related to me. In both cases, they’re unusual instruments that would be unlikely to retrieve full value through public sale. For some reason, in context of a dream I had the other night, plus everything going on in the collective right now, all this reminds me of this article: Disclosure –Time Games published in Veterans Today (Government insider information about Schumann resonances, frequency changes, music, the Stradivarius mystery, time travelers and how all those relate to our current challenges. “The end result, such as can be expected, would allow us to at least be aware that we are living in an alternative timeline. We are owed that right.”) http://www.veteranstoday.com/2012/06/19/disclosure-time-games/

    Unusual, distinctive musical instruments can be used as indicators of frequency shifts. Maybe none of this relates, but it’s curious. The way I learned of the stolen Stradivarius was highly synchronous and stuck in my mind in a big way. Just sharing. Maybe someone who’s on Facebook can mention the possible link with the stolen Stradivarius. I can’t comment, because I’m not on there. I’d skip the Time Games and frequency shift part, though. 🙂

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  2. It’s like a child gone missing. UGH!

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  3. Distance Reiki being sent to Harry for the return of his precious instrument. The sound is hauntingly beautiful. Divine Order declared. Om Shanti, Kathleen Lewis

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  4. The well known dowser Harold McCoy whom I knew and who lived in my home town was famous for map dowsing the street address of a stolen harp:

    http://iheartbookreviews.com/author-blog/what-parapsychology-suggests-about-the-power-of-our-minds/

    “The late Harold McCoy, a dowser and healer who founded the Ozark Research Institute in my home town, Fayetteville, Arkansas, played an essential role in the birth of Mayer’s book. Her eleven year old daughter owned a rare and expensive harp which was stolen while the family was living in California. Harold, while in Fayetteville, successfully absent-dowsed over a map of Mayer’s neighborhood in Oakland and located the exact street address of the house where her daughter’s stolen harp was. Subsequently it was found and reclaimed, and that is what initially opened Mayer’s previously skeptical mind to carrying out the research that led to her book.. I was fortunate to have several opportunities to work jointly with Harold McCoy. You’ll find another story about him, and how he found a precious lost object of mine, in my memoir A Country Where All Colors Are Sacred and Alive.”

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  5. […] those who’ve been following and have continued to send prayers, energy and love for the reuniting of Harry Manx and his beloved Mohan Veena, here’s a joyful […]

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