Everything You Know is Wrong — Disinformation: The Podcast Series Finale

Everything You Know is Wrong — Disinformation: The Podcast Series Finale

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Everything You Know is WrongThis two-hour edition of Disinformation: The Podcast is the final episode of the series. Join Raymond Wiley, Joe McFall, Austin Gandy, and Joe Nolan for one last journey into the bizarre undercurrents of the human psyche. Raymond talks about the recent release of his first book, The Georgia Guidestones: America’s Most Mysterious Monument. Austin Gandy’s Invisible College returns with a new take on the infamous Knights Templar, and the Oslo shootings they are said to have inspired. Joe Nolan’s Insomnia delves into the undying myths of Carlos Castaneda, and the New Age subculture they have inspired. Finally, Raymond Wiley and Joe McFall present a retrospective discussion of their podcast careers, along with impressions of the occult mysteries, conspiracy theories, and obscure realms of belief featured in their seminal broadcasts. After 7 years, 80 podcasts, and more than a million downloads, these two friends say thank you and goodbye to the audience … For now.

13 Comments on "Everything You Know is Wrong — Disinformation: The Podcast Series Finale"

  1. JohnFrancisBittrich | Jan 30, 2012 at 7:12 pm |

    I, for one, am deeply saddened by the ending of this stellar podcast series, but considering how infrequent the new ones have been, I am not surprised. Best of luck to all involved in their future endeavors.

  2. Scott Boardwine | Jan 30, 2012 at 7:22 pm |

    Sad to hear there will be no more. It’s been a fun ride while it lasted fella’s. Best of luck to you and hopefully there will be other projects you can share. Thanks. 

  3. Can’t they pass the torch to someone? This is one of the best podcasts out there! Thanks for all the fish, though!

  4. Excellent podcast through and through!  I may disagree with the hosts on various issues but appreciate the passion and savoir faire exhibited by this dynamic duo in covering all things weird.

    Here is to hoping that a reunion won’t be too long in the making and that both hosts continue to prosper in their respective arts and communications.  
    Cheers and much respect for 80 historic podcasts!

  5. The man who knows does not speak. The man who speaks, does not know. They will look around and say ‘where is it?’ they will point to something and mistake it for. They will build great civilizations and constructs to embed and enshrine ‘there it is!’ They have it at last. There is other truth, of value that is worth knowing, but it all is pulled back into the centre of the spiral, the great abyss collecting shadows. This isn’t through human works or means, this isn’t through sentient beings of great power, this isn’t through technology or alien intervention. This is nothing you can know. The harder you try the more difficult it will become, until they settle for an image ‘where is it?’ ‘there it is’. The collective spectacle placates their anxieties for everything they fear to know, discomfort is a prerequisite, if you feel fear, your probably going there, deeper deeper everyday. The cycle repeats and truth is replaced with conditioned knowledge particular to the times and circumstances which it was discovered, implemented, or created. All of which is illusory, all of which is the stuff of vision congealed into a workable manifest material realized form suited for digestion by the masses. ‘where is it?’ ‘there it is’. Something tangible you can touch, grasp it for a moment like the wind on your back and the sun at your face; the lunations ebb and flow in the heart pulling strings, things I could never speak ~

  6. Such a pity. But I still have these two hours and the rest saved. Thanks for all the work and for your inestimable charm and good humour. A tonic in a messed up world.

  7. Robyn Mukhterjhee | Jan 31, 2012 at 8:05 am |

    Loved Out There Radio and the Disinfo shows. It was a real shame to see it fade away so its nice to see a conclusion to the epic story of Joe and Ray. I hope Joe Nolan and Austin Gandy find an appropriately excellent home elsewhere and I wish you all well. 

  8. Had stopped expecting another…many thanks for all your efforts…..still good listening..

  9. Heyyaheyyaheyyaho | Jan 31, 2012 at 7:35 pm |

    Thank you Joe and Raymond(oh, also Austin), you guys have provided me with hours of entertainment and tons of laughs over the years with your podcasts. You are just about my favorite people to listen to for my occult, supernatural and conspiracy needs.

  10. I just have to say that I’ve loved this podcast (and Out There Radio).

    It was kind of like the audio equivalent to the Disinfo TV series, which was also stellar.  I love seeing Disinfo branch into multimedia sometimes!  It’s almost always a source of interesting people saying interesting things. 

  11. Had me in tears at the end there. Really sorry for Joe’s loss. Awful, awful. Somewhat selfishly, though, I hope Team OutThereRadio get the band back together soon.  A tonic, indeed.

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