In Other News August 14, 2015


On this show we’ve been discussing geoengineering, the ongoing weather control operations and daily spraying of the skies world wide. This show started in March 2010, before that I had put a site called Newyorkskywatch in 2007 to promote a radio documentary titled Climate Engineers: War, Profit and Survival. In 2006, I booked a flight to Palo Alto, California to attend and record the audio of a meeting of physicists and other scientists including David Keith and Ken Caldeira who were going to talk about the viability of using large scale engineering operations to mitigate climate change or global warming. Meanwhile, on that day, the sky was saturated with aerosol spraying. Huge white X’s could be seen against an strange oily overcast sky. One interesting question that came up in the documentary was how could global warming be accurately assessed while weather control programs are artificially effecting temperature, rainfall and the jet stream? It hasn’t been answered. Here we are 9 years later, and both David Keith and Ken Caldeira are speaking openly about the viability of such programs quote if they were to be deployed, implying that the operations which would include spraying particulates into the atmosphere aren’t being conducted. Yet, anyone with eyes to see can identify the spraying of our skies.

Guest – Patrick Roddie is an activist, journalist and photographer from Belfast Ireland based in San Francisco. He’s been keeping up with various climate conferences and confronting panels that would advocate geoengineering as a last resort and specifically Ken Caldeira, a scientist with the Department of Global Ecology Carnegie Institution of Washington.

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In Other News August 6, 2015


Today we follow up on the clown archetype. 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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