In Other News October 11, 2016

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You may have noticed how the corporate owned television, print and internet media has reported on nearly every creepy clown story since the initial reports in North Carolina a few months ago. There were many creepy clown sightings before that but they were sporadic, memorable but sporadic. Soon after reports in North Carolina, 10 sightings of clowns in the South Carolina were seen. Days later a 50-year-old woman told police that four men dressed as clowns followed her home in a black car. One of the men waved at her before driving off. Residents at an apartment complex in Greenville reported seeing clowns lurking in the nearby woods. Another resident told police that she’d been walking home to her apartment around 2:30 a.m., and saw a “large-figured clown with a blinking nose standing under a post light near the garbage dumpster area. According to the report, several children also told the deputy that clowns had approached them behind one of the apartment buildings and tried to lure them into the woods “by displaying large amounts of money.”  In Winston-Salem, North Carolina, residents reportedly saw a clown attempting to entice kids into the woods with treats. Reports of creepy clowns have spread to Pennsylvannia, Kentucky, Alabama, Kansas, Colorado, and Nebraska. Yes, a remake of the 1990 Stephen King film is coming to a theater near you but I suspect something else has taken hold beyond viral marketing. Something deep in the collective psyche. We explored the topic of evil clowns last year in depth with Laurie Schapira of the CG Jung Institute in New York, maybe too in depth.

Who knew the creepy clown archetype would sweep the world.

We listen to a past show from August 2015. There are many faces of this archetype throughout history but the “evil clown” has taken center stage in the horror-genre in popular culture. We touched on this with past guest Michael Bala and referenced the Stephen King novel “It.” In one description of the book which featured a demented, murderous clown named Penny- Wise, it reads quote – it did for clowns what Psycho did for showers and what Jaws did for swimming in the ocean. Michael Bala suggested that Pennywise is the expression of repressed desires and fears, the sewers represent the subconscious realm. There’s a deep reservoir of examples and illustrations of the evil clown. It could actually be eclipsing the non-evil clown archetype, I’m not sure.

How did the evil clown genre emerge? Was it side by side from the beginning? Buried in this research is the freemason or shriners connection which has undoubtedly influenced the genre throughout the decades with pins, posters, and tattoos. There’s also the evolution of the dark side of funny, the psychotic homicidal maniacs, or malevolent tricksters and pranksters where the shadow archetype emerges naturally over time processing through the collective consciousness. The clown’s appearance is devilish, with a chalk-white face, bright colored hair and ghoulish large mouth. The scene is often set with slightly out of tune carnival music. A late storm rumbled through the area and now the deserted circus tents are silhouetted on the outskirts of a small New England town. As the wind picks up, you hear the cackling of the evil clown in the distance. Carl Jung was a Swiss psychotherapist and psychiatrist, and the founder of analytical psychology.

In 1917 he wrote in his essay “On the Psychology of the Unconscious” about the personal shadow as the other in us. The negative side of the personality, the sum of all unpleasant qualities we like to hide. It embarrasses or shames us. “Everything with a substance casts a shadow, the ego stands to the shadow as light to shade.” As listeners may know, jesting and clowning is a very ancient art that can be traced through Egypt and medieval Europe. That’s plenty of time for the shadow to develop. Clyde Lewis article Evil Clown Evil.

Guest – Laurie Schapira is a teacher at the C.G. Jung Institute of New York and former president of its board of directors. She’s a filmmaker and author of the Cassandra Complex: Living with Disbelief: A Modern Perspective On Hysteria, she also wrote directed and produced the film titled The Prophecy of the Seeress.

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In Other News September 26, 2016

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Today we’re going to take a look into how human consciousness can effect the material world. We’ve covered some of these concepts in past interviews with Carissa Conti when focusing in on the topic of interference. We discussed how to recognize manipulated reality and how it operates for various outcomes either negative or positive.  Our guest Cynthia Sue Larson is the author of the book Reality Shifts: When Consciousness Changes the Physical World. She describes examples of reality shifts as seeing artworks in a children’s book changing to a completely different illustration or keys falling out of the air. Does this sound more like a haunting or are we observing byproducts of the way reality is structured on the subatomic level, or even tinier than that? You could interpret interference activity as the negative form of reality shifts.

This topic overlaps with the phenomenon known as the Mandela Effect which has been described as what happens when someone has a clear memory of something that never happened in this reality. Yet it also can show how facts, artwork and history can change. Its sudden popularity online has thousands sharing examples of where our collective memory doesn’t match the official historic records. Some claim the Mandela Effect started to be noticed around the early 2000s and has been picked up and chronicled by author and paranormal investigator Fiona Broome. Fiona describes how she and a friend coined the term the Mandela Effect in referencing a conversation with a security manager at a convention she was attending. She noticed that other people remembered that Nelson Mandela’s tragic death occurred in a South African prison in the 1990s, and others in the room at the time shared this memory with conviction and certainty.

How fluid is our reality and what can our consciousness do to effect the material world?

Guest – Cynthia Sue Larson, MBA, DD, “The Quantum Optimist,” is the best-selling author of Reality Shifts: When Consciousness Changes the Physical World, who is endorsed by Dr. Larry Dossey, Fred Alan Wolf, and Stanley Krippner. Cynthia is an intuitive life coach who helps people find love, meaning and prosperity by visualizing and accessing new worlds of possibility. She has a degree in physics from UC Berkeley, an MBA degree, a Doctor of Divinity, and a black belt in Kuk Sool Won. Cynthia hosts “Living the Quantum Dream” on the DreamVisions7 radio network, and has been featured in numerous shows including the History Channel, Coast to Coast AM, and BBC. Cynthia Sue Larson’s newest book, “Quantum Jumps: An Extraordinary Science of Happiness and Prosperity,” describes the science of instantaneous transformation emerging from the convergence of recent research findings in Physics, Biology, and Psychology. Cynthia reminds us to ask in every situation, “How good can it get?” You can subscribe to her free monthly ezine and stay updated with Cynthia’s events at

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In Other News September 19, 2016

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Today we look at the possible futures that lay before humanity as artificial intelligence exponentially develops from present day technology. This contemplation is through the lens of the science fiction short stories written by Judyth Vary Baker in her recent book titled As Humans Become 51% Machine, Or More, Who Will Inherit the Earth? Short stories such as the Perfect Wife is now a probable science fiction future as articles of robot companions make front page news. We’re told the singularity will occur by 2030. Interestingly, that’s the date the United Nations has projected for the completion of the Agenda for the 21st Century. What types of futures are being envisioned for humans and how are we being set up for the transhumanist agenda?

Guest – Judyth Vary Baker is a former cancer researcher with degrees in Anthropology, English and Communications. She describes herself as “a whistle-blower, a futurist, a poet, an artist and a scientist who campaigns for a cure for cancer and, as a witness who personally knew Lee Harvey Oswald, seeks exoneration for Lee and justice for John F. Kennedy. Judyth includes science fiction stories by Lee Harvey Oswald and a list of books Oswald read compiled by the FBI. The subtitles in the book list weren’t complete making the titles appear more subversive. Letters to the Cyborgs is Baker’s third book. It presents an eye-opening vision of what life could be like in a surveillance-driven, high-tech society between AD2050 and 2150, based on today’s inventions and technology. Due to the controversial nature of her books and activities, which expose corruption in the medical field, government and the media, Baker has lived in undisclosed locations in Europe since 2007 for her safety.

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In Other News September 12, 2016

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In several past shows we’ve looked into the subject of electronic harassment and gangstalking with guests such as Dr. John Hall, Carissa Conti and Richard Bruce all of whom were also targets of the organized harassment scene.

Even though the word itself “gangstalking” is very likely a term created by the U.S. intelligence agencies, not unlike the word “chemtrails.” Gangstalking refers to the intense, long-term, unconstitutional surveillance and harassment of a person who has been designated as a target by someone often associated with America’s security industry.

The topic of electronic harassment has bubbled up in to mainstream attention this year, yet electronic harassment cases can also be traced back to the breaches of human rights and civil liberties documented in the research of attorney Brian Glick who wrote War At Home: Covert Action Against U.S. Activists And What We Can Do About It. In January 1988, news of a secret nationwide FBI campaign against domestic opponents of the U.S. policy in Central America are some of the earliest reports made public.

We continue to explore the subject with Robert Guffey, he’s the author of the book Chameleo: A Strange But True Story of Invisible Spies, Heroin Addiction and Homeland Security. Chameleo recounts the bizarre series of events that began in the summer of 2003 in Southern California. A heroin addict named Damien temporarily shelters a Marine who deserted Camp Pendelton with stolen merchandise including 23 pairs of nightvision goggles. This caught the attention of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service or NCIS who launched a massive gangstalking protocol against Damien that include invisibility suits and hologram technology.

Guest – Robert Guffey is a lecturer in the Department of English at California State University – Long Beach. A graduate of the famed Clarion Writers Workshop in Seattle, he is the author of a collection of novellas entitled Spies & Saucers (PS Publishing, 2014). His first book of nonfiction, Cryptoscatology: Conspiracy Theory as Art Form, was published in 2012. He’s written stories and articles for numerous magazines and anthologies, among them Fortean Times, Mysteries, Nameless Magazine, New Dawn, The New York Review of Science Fiction, Paranoia, The Third Alternative, and Video Watchdog Magazine. Guffey is also a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Freemason.

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In Other News September 5, 2016

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Today we look into the research of Dr. Christina Hoff Sommers and specifically her criticism of late 20th century feminism. She’s a former philosphy professor and author of several books including Who Stole Feminism?, the War Against Boys and One Nation Under Therapy. Her recent book is titled Freedom Feminism: Its Surprising History and Why It Matters Today. We focus in on the book The War Against Boys: How Misguided Feminism Is Harming Our Young Men. It was published in 2000 and it tells the story of how a pathology of aggression and violence was attributed to millions of healthy male children in the United States. At the same time however, Sommers points out how girl crisis advocates were awarded millions of dollars in grants to study the plight of girls. What’s troubling, is that some the studies were exposed as being statistically false yet were adopted by the US Department of Education to set policy standards. The results of which have been implemented as behaviorial modules inside the classroom as the projected image of males are viewed as predators and females as hapless victims.

Guest – Dr. Christina Hoff Sommers, a former philosophy professor who taught ethics, is probably best known for her critique of late-twentieth-century feminism. She is also known for her extensive writings, among them Who Stole Feminism? (Touchstone Books, 1995), The War Against Boys (Touchstone Books, 2001), One Nation Under Therapy (St. Martin’s Press, 2005), and The Science on Women and Science (AEI Press, 2009). Her textbook, Vice and Virtue in Everyday Life, a bestseller in college ethics, is currently in its ninth edition. Her new book Freedom Feminism—Its Surprising History and Why it Matters Today will be published in spring 2013 by AEI Press. A new and revised version of The War Against Boys: How Misguided Policies Are Harming our Young Men was republished this year.

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