Episode 225: ancient psychedelia

In this episode we are looking at the ancient history of psychedelics with author Joshua Bempechat. Check out his website:

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Tiger Tunes

Episode 221: david icke

In this episode my guest is author and investigative journalist David Icke. David has written over 20 books, made numerous DVDs and lectured in over 25 countries. He is most known for his conspiracy theories, but as far as I am concerned his greatest message is his wish for people to wake up and fill their hearts with love.

Renegade is the first ever feature film about the life and work of David Icke and it’s coming out later this month. See trailer below and or go to his website:

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Martin Noakes

Episode 144: play well

In this episode I am joined by my good friend Mark, and we are going to cover a wide array of topics.

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Barrett Martin




Episode 135: everything is a rich man's trick

In this episode I am joined by Francis Richard Conolly, who wrote and directed the documentary JFK to 911 Everything Is A Rich Man's Trick, which deals with the who, how & why of the JFK assassination (but also much more).

This documentary, that has been seen by millions of people and counting, is told from a historical perspective starting around the first world war leading up to present day. When watching this documentary you will know more about what happened in the past, and how the world is run today. Check out:

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Car Seat Headrest

Episode 126: dr. bruce damer - part two

This is part two of my talk with Dr. Bruce Damer. Bruce is a multi disciplinary scientist, designer, and author. Currently he collaborates with colleagues developing and testing a new model for the origin of life on Earth and in the design of spacecraft architectures to provide a viable path for expansion of human civilization beyond the Earth.

Bruce began his career in the 1980s developing some of the earliest user interfaces for personal computers, led a community in the 1990s bringing the first multi-user virtual worlds to the Internet, and since 2000 supported NASA and the space industry on numerous simulations and spacecraft designs. He has spent 25 years chronicling the history of computing in his DigiBarn Computer Museum and curates archives of counterculture figures such as Dr. Timothy Leary, Terence McKenna and others. 

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Episode 101: mark stavish

In this episode my guest is alchemist and author Mark Stavish. Mark is the Director of Studies for the Institute for Hermetic Studies. Check out and for more information.

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Episode 99: dr. richard alan miller

In this episode my guest is author and polymath Dr. Richard Alan Miller. His research in the field of paranormal began as a graduate physicist eventually working 11 years with the military intelligence agency of the United States Navy. During this period he produced numerous foundational papers, including A Holographic Concept of Reality and Embryonic Holography. He now writes for Nexus magazine and is also an author with numerous books under his belt. Check out his sites and for more information.

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Dan Warren