In the 17th episode of Out There Radio, we interview Keith Winkler, a Freemason and esoteric scholar from Atlanta. We’ll set you straight on the history and current practices of this centuries old fraternity. We discuss the origins of the lodge, its rise to notoriety, and its contemporary signifigance. We also cover the anti-Masonic movement, its origins in 19th century America and current existence on the internet.
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Get ready to spend a hilarious hour with the Reverend Ivan Stang. Rev. Stang is the head of the Church of the SubGenius, as well as an author and radio show host. His religion, based on a concept of slack and a figure head known as J.R. Bob Dobbs, may just be the way…
Reverend Ivan Stang is the author and publisher of the first screed of the Church of the SubGenius. He is credited with founding the Church in, though Stang himself denies this and claims the organization was founded in 1953 by J. R. “Bob” Dobbs. Since the publication of the first SubGenius pamphlet in 1980, Stang has embarked on a worldwide crusade (spanning at least three continents) to promote the Church.
A journey into the life, mysterious death and strange beliefs of William Cooper. This conspiracy theorist and short wave radio host was dubbed “The most dangerous talk show host in America” by then President Clinton. Find out why on the 15th episode of Out There Radio.
Out There Radio – Episode 14: One Giant Con for Mankind?
You knew we had to cover it at some point… In the 14th episode of Out There Radio, we take on the allegations that the moon landing was faked. An interesting discussion of a subject that has received a lot of attention recently. Beware the deadly Van Allen Radiation Belt!
Out There Radio – Episode 13: L.et’s S.ave D.emocracy
Don’t miss our interview with author and psychedelic scholar Robert Forte. We discuss historical and contemporary uses of entheogens (psychedelics) within the context of religion. Also, we take a closer look at the meaning of the psychedelic explosion of the 1960′s and its most controversial figure, Timothy Leary.
Robert Forte interned with Stan Grof before studying history and the psychology of religion at the University of Chicago. He has taught at the University of California at Santa Cruz, and served on the board of directors of the Albert Hoffman Foundation. Since 1985 he has been president of the Church of the Awakening.
Out There Radio – Episode 12: The Problem with Peace
In this episode, we examine “The Report from Iron Mountain.” This document, supposedly written by a secret commission of scholars in the sixties, centers around the prospects for lasting peace in the world. A classic conspiracy document, the Iron Mountain Report illustrates the “earth as game board” style of planning attributed to high level think tanks and secret societies… …and get ready for a shocking revelation in the second half of the episode!
Out There Radio – Episode 11: Battle of the Secret Chiefs
“Aleister Crowley, I’m calling the cops…” Today we explore the famous occult group known as the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. We’ll discuss its history and current forms with our special guest Austin Gandy. Austin is one of the southeast’s leading experts on the occult, and after listening to this show, you will understand why.
Out There Radio – Episode 10: Get Your Hands Off My Orgone!
The tenth episode of Out There Radio features the strange story of the psychologist and all around mad scientist Wilhelm Reich. Fascism, sex, Einstein, and weather control devices all make an appearance. This is one of the most comical episodes of the first season, so don’t miss it.
The ninth episode of Out There Radio features a discussion of the MK ULTRA program and other government sponsored mind control projects from the Cold War. We’ll talk about the first widespread use of L.S.D., and it’s a C.I.A. party you won’t forget… Or maybe you will. Beware! You might be a sleeper agent too…
In this episode, learn about the mysterious granite monument known as the Georgia Guidestones. Between the puzzling inscription and all the astronomical alignments, it no wonder this site has been called “America’s Stonehenge,” as well as “The Ten Commandments of The New World Order.” We’ll discuss different theories about who was behind the building of this infamous site. Christian Conspiracy Nuts, Neopagans, Rosicrucians, and (of course)Freemasons all make an appearance.