As we “become adults” we still draw from our humble beginnings to referentially make sense of life. In this episode, we examine the wisdom that is derived from our earliest years to help us orient ourselves for the majority of our lives. Enjoy.
Many of us have thoughts about joining the world of entertainment. As Hollywood and television and music struggle to stay profitable, one thing is for certain, things are about to change. When that change happens, opportunities will increase. In this episode, we examine the requirements of competing in one of the most volatile worlds on earth. Enjoy.
There are a lot of unanswered questions regarding where we are in terms of this reality. We struggle and debate day-to-day over paradigms that have been handed down to us by history. In this episode, we take a step back and examine the fundamentals. Enjoy.
Too often knowledge is represented as a destination. It isn’t. It’s a journey, a tunnel that is never-ending. In this episode, we explore the damage that is done by allowing our minds to rest. Enjoy.
We all entertain stories about UFOs, but do we put any effort into correlating the dozens of accounts logically? In this episode, we examine the contradictions of UFOs and what they would mean to mankind. Enjoy.
Every year is different and for 2018 that might be a huge understatement. In this episode, we review many of the remaining agendas trying to destroy peace. Enjoy.
If you don’t know, you should. Enjoy.
Bart Sibrel is the premiere documentary filmmaker when it comes to the hoax of the NASA Moon missions. His two films “A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Moon” and “Astronauts Gone Wild” reveal all the essential information that anyone needs to see to understand that our government lied to us and in the process murdered more than one person to keep the story quiet. Today we get the privilege of sitting down with Bart and learning more about what drove him to risk his own safety to bring us this incredible story. Enjoy.
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Some people always see themselves as inferior humans and project their self-loathing onto others in the form of sociological scapegoating. In this episode, we explore how this goes way beyond race. Enjoy.
One of the greatest lessons one learns as one gets older is simplifying one’s life. It’s an art, and it seldom begins without someone who’s gone before you, helping you get started. This episode will be a push in that direction. Enjoy.