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Hauntology & Dystopia Episode 11: Timeslip & The Jensen Code

April 15, 2024

Hauntology & Dystopia Episode 11. Greg Moffitt reviews the TV series ‘Timeslip’ (1970-71) & ‘The Jensen Code’ (1973). CLICK HERE...


Hauntology & Dystopia Episode 9: David Cronenberg’s Early Works

January 28, 2024

Hauntology & Dystopia Episode 9. Greg Moffitt and James Rose discuss the work of Canadian film director David Cronenberg with...


Jasun Horsley – Big Mother: The Technological Body of Evil

December 03, 2023

Jasun Horsley discusses some of the themes in his book Big Mother: The Technological Body of Evil (Stream / download...


Jasun Horsley – Kubrick, Movies and Mind Control

June 29, 2023

MASS MEDIA MATRIX It’s hardly controversial to suggest that the 24/7 mass media matrix in which untold millions are immersed...

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Jasun Horsley & Greg Moffitt – Entity-World & the Anti-Human Agenda

April 23, 2023

Jasun Horsley and Greg Moffitt in conversation. Further exploring entity possession in the context of social engineering, mind control, and...


Jasun Horsley – Harvesting Humans & the Rise of Machine Intelligence

March 14, 2023

Jasun Horsley discusses his book The Kubrickon: The Cult of Kubrick, Attention Capture, and the Inception of AI. (Stream /...


Hauntology & Dystopia Episode 4: Undermind & The Guardians

November 16, 2022

The fourth episode of my TV and movie review series Hauntology & Dystopia examines the vintage British television series ‘Undermind’...


Emma Farrell – COVID-19: War on Humanity

January 11, 2022

Emma Farrell discusses the ongoing coronavirus crisis. (Stream / download audio at bottom of page) Since early 2020, the human race...


Two Steps Backwards, One Step Forward – Pavlov’s Dogs And The Pandemic

June 07, 2021

The global response to the COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in sweeping social, economic, political, and cultural changes. People’s behaviour has...


Simon Siddol – Poisonous Music: Pop Culture and Mind Control

November 08, 2020

Simon Siddol discusses the trend in western popular music towards the inane, the robotic, and the infantile – a social...