This week Walt and Eric talk about Illuminati and Secret Societies and how they might be a part of all conspiracy theories or none of them. Is there a secret group who control everything from government to media? Is it populated with politicians, business leaders, entertainment personalities, pop stars and even world leaders?
Discussion about pyramids around the world including some found in Europe, The Americas, and even China. Then Walt surprises the heck out of Eric with a theory relating to other findings around the aforementioned pyramids.
Walt Schnabel and Eric Renderking Fisk talk with Nick Redfern about his latest book - Weapons of the Gods: How Ancient Alien Civilizations Almost Destroyed the Earth.
Mr. Redfern is, of course, the prolific author of 37 books on various topics about the supernatural and paranormal which include "Bloodline Of The Gods," "The Real Men In Black,," "Close Encounters Of The Fatal Kind," "Strange Secrets - Real Government Files On The Unknown," and a personal favorite The Pyramids and The Pentagon."
Donald and Hillary calling each other frauds, Third-party Candidates, The Gorilla in the room and horrible parenting, and The Week In Space News!
Meanwhile, Walt and I are enjoying our favorite new beverage – Hard Ginger Ale from Henry’s Hard Soda!
Radio Show Number 57 Mentors, Supreme Court, and Broke Kanye!?!
In this podcast that we recorded on February 18th we talk about the news of the week including Kanye West going broke, the passing of a Supreme Court Judge, and another anniversary for The Maltese Falcon. Before we get into the news, we talk about the nature of relationships and memories of a mentor of mine who passed away earlier this month.
Interpretation Of “Decopunk”:
Holly Gonzalez shares with us her definition of 'decopunk' and why it's a favorite for so many retrocentrics.
Hiroshima: T-Plus 70:
Eric Renderking Fisk discusses the emotional impact the atomic bomb had on western society and the fears that linger today
Fedora Chronicles Dress Code:
Eric Renderking Fisk responds to the editorial by Elisabeth Vincentelli from The NY Times, "For the love of God, stop dressing like crap."
"Small Boxes" Jenny Henry counters Eric Renderking Fisk’s thesis from “Incomplete Kits”