WITH COMPANY again and some furniture to move, we dig back into the archive again for one of our favorite interviews, and one that relates to the discussion of the Divine Council with Dr. Michael Heiser the other night. What was it about the Tower of Babel that made God so angry? For analysis and speculation, back in 2005 we turned to scientist, archaeologist, and author Stan Deyo.
AS WE’RE still enjoying a visit from Sharon’s sister, we take advantage of the opportunity to bring back an interview that hasn’t been online for a couple of years: in October of 2005, in the wake of Hurricanes Katrina, Hurricane Stan and the devastating earthquake in Pakistan, we spoke with Stan Deyo twice in the span of a week.
Stan’s life reads like a spy thriller — except that most people would find the plot too hard to believe.
Stan Deyo From the archives, a show that we originally posted December 6, 2005, presented here for the first time in CD quality audio: Our guest was scientist, archaeologist, and… Read more »
Stan Deyo Our guest was scientist, archaeologist, and author Stan Deyo, who discussed the Tower of Babel, Tesla coil technology and how both might have been used as portals to… Read more »
IN LIEU of our take on the news this week — we really don’t want to rehash the political conventions — we decided to bring back an interview from our… Read more »
We conclude our interview with Peter Levenda, the author of Unholy Alliance: A History of the Nazi Involvement With the Occult. Tonight, we discuss the influence the expatriate Nazis have… Read more »