THE PROPHET Daniel was told that knowledge would increase at the time of the end. Certainly the pace of scientific discovery over the last hundred years is like nothing in… Read more »
33 YEARS ago today, the troubled life of Elvis Aaron Presley came to an untimely end. We discuss some of the rumors and conspiracy theories about “the King” and his… Read more »
THE SPREAD of the pneumonic disease in Ukraine is our top story. As of today, media in the U.K. are reporting over a million infected, and Dr. Henry Niman reports… Read more »
A WEEK doesn’t go by without a new lurid crime playing around the clock on the 24-hour cable news channels. So many of them involve children, like the Phillip Garrido alleged kidnapping of Jaycee Dugard, or Melissa Huckaby, who allegedly raped and killed 8-year-old Sandra Cantu.
William H. Kennedy has been researching occult and satanic crime since his days as at San Francisco State University, and he joined us to try to help us make sense of an insane world.
NO, HEARING voices definitely isn’t a good sign. After learning about the horrific story of Angelo Mendoza, the man who’s accused of biting out the eyes of his 4-year-old son, we noticed a low-level meme running through the news: literally dozens of stories in recent weeks about crimes from murder to rape to arson to suicide allegedly committed by people who claim to hear voices. Our belief is that at least some of these people really are hearing voices, and those voices aren’t coming from beings loyal to God.
BY REQUEST, I’m pulling an interview from my archive of shows compiled during my time as a talk radio host for the mainstream media. A couple of days ago, a… Read more »
THIS WEEKEND marks the 40th anniversary of the brutal Manson family Tate/LaBianca slayings, so it seemed appropriate to bring back another foundational interview with Peter Levenda, author of the three-volume set Sinister Forces: A Grimoire of American Political Witchcraft. As we read Levenda’s work, we realized that Sinister Forces — and indeed, American history since World War II — is essentially the six degrees of Charles Manson.
FROM the director of The Day After Tomorrow and Independence Day comes 2012, a film about the end of the world in — you guessed it — 2012. If nothing else, those clever Mayans have provided fodder for another big-screen depiction of global CGI devastation.
Interestingly, back up 1,260 days — 3-1/2 years — from 12/21/12 and you arrive at July 10, 2009, which was the original release date for 2012.
February 17, 2008 — RUSS DIZDAR of Shatter the Darkness joined us to discuss a story that’s been overlooked by the US media, the suicides of over two dozen young… Read more »