Author, researcher, and artist Scotty Roberts, and radio host Rocci Stucci join Chris to discuss the current main-street cultural situation in North America including, the Fentanyl crisis, illegal immigration and talk Ghost Stories and the Paranormal.

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Chris was had a horrible cold that kept him in bed for 5 days. As of this show he still had no voice, and asked Bram Michaelson - gentleman, engineer, show host, and world traveler - to step into last minute. Thank you Bram for being a sir.

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Walter is an investigator of historical occult mysteries, author of pulp fiction novels and a screenwriter who has appeared on History Channel's Ancient Aliens. And talks about special investigation & counter-terrorism, secret space programs, & MK Ultra.

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Bruce R. Fenton is the author of the revolutionary human origins e-book series, The Forgotten Exodus. He was born in the historic English town of Cheltenham, England. He graduated from Anglia Ruskin University in 2002, having studied Information Systems.

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Talking logos, symbols, and hidden technology with actor, stand-up comedian, screen writer, filmmaker, and symbolist researcher Chris Christenson.

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Vanese McNeill is one half of Magical Egypt Studios. A life long advertising and marketing creative, she is the marketing force behind the highly successful world-wide cult classic Magical Egypt, and their new series - Magical Egypt 2.

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John Michael Greer comes to talk about his new book, Secrets of the Temple. Over thousands of years, the priests and sages of the ancient world discovered that the design and location of certain structures had beneficial effects on the crops that sustained life. A body of traditional lore evolved, using architecture and ceremonies that made use of these wholly natural but mysterious effects. In The Secret of the Temple, John Michael Greer painstakingly rebuilds a body of lost knowledge that has been used to accumulate and direct energy throughout history, and can be used again today.

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