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Thomas Sheridan – Rise of the Nazi Death Cult: Part One

July 18, 2014

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This is a two part interview. Part two will be posted shortly.

Thomas Sheridan discusses his book Walpurgis Night: Volume One 1919 – 1933. Did you know that Hitler feared a dormant demonic force residing inside the moon which he believed somehow created and controlled human destiny? In Walpurgis Night: Volume One, Sheridan – known for his work on psychopathology, mass hysteria and social engineering – for the first time tackles a historical subject using these concepts as a framework in which to re-examine the rise of the Nazi cult and its legacy.

Sheridan’s research goes beyond the occult development of the Nazis by delving into the repressed Teutonic Häxan psyche. Examining everything from the movies of the era, to the political factions of 1919 who were invoking their own demons of death and destruction. The book takes into account every aspect of the Nazi occult from Fascination – otherwise known as eye magic – to word spells, to the sex magic rituals of the Third Reich. You will never see history in quite the same way again, and you’ll be left wondering if indeed the Nazis Black-Häxan magic is still at work today.

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John Michael Greer – Decline and Fall

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Fred Kuttner – Quantum Enigma: Physics Encounters Consciousness

July 4, 2014

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Marcus Allen – Mysteries of the Moon Missions

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Steven Poole – Unspeak: Words Are Weapons

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Steven Poole discusses his book Unspeak – Words Are Weapons. Unspeak is language as a weapon. Every day, we are bombarded with those apparently simple words and phrases that actually conceal darker meanings. ‘Climate change’ is less threatening than ‘global warming’; we say ‘ethnic cleansing’ when we mean mass murder. As we absorb and repeat Unspeak we are accepting the messages that politicians, corporations and the military wish us to believe. Operation Iraqi Freedom did more than put a positive spin on the American war with Iraq; it gave the invasion such a likeable name that the American news networks quickly adopted it as their tagline for reporting on the war. By repackaging the language we use to describe international affairs and domestic politics, Unspeak tries to make controversial issues unspeakable and, therefore, unquestionable. From culture wars to the culture of war, everyday words are changing the way we think.

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Stephen Buhner – Plant Intelligence and the Imaginal Realm: Part Two

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Stephen Buhner – Plant Intelligence and the Imaginal Realm: Part One

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Stephen Buhner discusses his book Plant Intelligence and the Imaginal Realm: Beyond the Doors of Perception into the Dreaming of Earth which reveals that all life forms on Earth possess intelligence, language, a sense of I and not I, and the capacity to dream. It shows that by consciously opening the doors of perception, we can reconnect with the living intelligence in Nature as kindred beings, once again become wild scientists, non-domesticated explorers of a Gaian world.

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Paul Kivel – Living in the Shadow of the Cross

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Giles Slade – American Exodus

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Vlatko Vedral – Decoding Reality

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