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Justin joins me today to talk about his experiences with paganism. When he was young he found that religion to be really attractive, now that he is older he knows the truth about paganism and wants to share it with us. Be sure to check out his podcast called Revelation on Demand. Also check out the Patreon to see video versions of the podcast. Patreon.com/patriotradio
Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a German Lutheran pastor, theologian, anti-Nazi dissident, and key founding member of the Confessing Church. He talked at length about the relationship between the church and state. IMO the church in America has done a poor job advocating for rights and installing quality representatives. Its time to tear down the wall between church and state a little.
Steve has written a book about strange disappearance within the national parks. He has also documented all kinds of weird sightings within the woods as well and is here to talk about this phenomenon with us. Check out his youtube channels 13 past midnight for more info.
Rocket Cody from The Metal Den stops by again to talk about the occult, Biblical Giants, Mt Hermon, Fallen Angels, and Jesus. There is a lot here to digest but this one contains some awesome insights.
What do you do in a bear attack? Wisdom says curl up and pray, not run away. What do you do in a cop attack? The same thing. Once violence has been initiated by cops or bears, the logic is the same. You cant win, and in fact, its sometimes better to be attacked by a bear than a cop!
Cops always have it in their mind that any routine traffic stop can end in violence. Thing is, they aren't wrong. But if it is truly a routine traffic stop, by definition its a non-emergency. Let's abolish routine traffic stops all together. Just start mailing people fines and call it a day. Why should cops risk their lives at all for minor offenses? Why should citizens have to fear interactions with cops? They shouldn't it. Its 2021, get smart and use tech to reduce the need for interactions with cops all together.
I am convinced that calling a Convention of States is the best way to fix the country. If you are unfamiliar with the idea, this episode is for you. After listening be sure to go to www.conventionofstates.com and volunteer!
Dr Joye joins me for a discussion about the pineal gland and how it can act as an antenna - connecting us to the spiritual world. We also discuss meditation and chanting, and how there are different schools of thought in the West and East as to how to meditate, and what it really does.
Dr. Joye Jeffries Pugh is an alumnus of South Georgia College, Valdosta State College, and Nova University where she received her doctorate in education. Her background involves working as a researcher, counselor, mental retardation professional, human services director, and consultant. Dr. Pugh appears in several television documentaries on the HISTORY Channel concerning end times.
Dr. Pugh's complete biographical history is featured in Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in America, Who's Who in American Women, Who's Who in the South and Southwest, Who's Who in American Education, and Who's Who in Georgia.
Joye is a member of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She is a descendant of Dr. John Taliaferro a Minuteman who fought during the American Revolution. Joye is the daughter of the late Stella and CB Jeffries III. She was married to Melville Eugene Pugh for 33 years until his passing in March of 2018. She resides in Douglas, Georgia.
Dr. Pugh has written many books, has an audio edition of one of her books, as well as, an album of her original songs. She was a contracted author with Tate Publishing through 2016. Dr. Joye Pugh, as of May 2017, became a new contracted author with Sacred Word Publishing.
Tensions are flaring in Ukraine as Russia is sending tanks to the border. But whats really happening? Biden corruption, nation building, resources, appeasing European overlords.
Biden signs the 1.9 trillion covid stimulus, then pushes the biggest tax hike since 1993 - in the same week. Feds need to print their own money and leave us out of it. Also the Military has been war gaming China for a decade, and loses every time. If we fix our internal stuff, China is irrelevant.
Johnston Island is a tiny spot of sand 750 miles West of Hawaii. It has a long history of hosting military testing and was critical for the development of ballistic missiles. There were at least three major accidents which left radioactive nuclear material all over the island. And if that were not enough, after the Vietnam war, ALL the Agent Orange was sent to this island for storage and eventually destruction. There have been numerous cases of rare cancers associated with military service on this island, and I have interviewed many of them. Stay tuned for their interviews following this narration of the history of Johnston Island.
I have a few shows now talking about psychics and remote viewers so I wanted to do a deep dive on this. I brought on a guest to discuss these topics from a Christian perspective to better understand how we can make sense of these interesting topics. We discuss what its like to be an empathic person, how it may be a spiritual gift, and how it differs from psychic mediums.
Paul Smith is the longest serving controlled remote viewing (CRV)* teacher active today, Paul H. Smith began his career as a remote viewing instructor in 1984. He served for seven years in the government’s Star Gate remote viewing program at Ft. Meade, MD (from September 1983 to August 1990). Starting in 1984, he became one of only five Star Gate personnel to be personally trained as remote viewers by the legendary founders of remote viewing, Ingo Swann and Dr. Harold E. Puthoff at SRI-International. Paul was the primary author of the government RV program’s CRV training manual, and served as theory instructor for new CRV trainee personnel, as well as source recruiting officer, unit security officer, and unit historian. He went on to teach controlled remote viewing to such well-known remote viewing personalities as Lyn Buchanan, Mel Riley and David Morehouse. Paul is credited with over a thousand training and operational remote viewing sessions during his time with Star Gate.
What is remote viewing? Remote viewing is a mental skill. Remote viewing is a new way of “being psychic.” Remote viewing is an experimental technique for doing research into extrasensory perception (ESP). Remote viewing is all these things, and more.
When, in late 1995, the CIA revealed remote viewing to the general public, many people were fascinated by the possibilities. But they were often unsure just what remote viewing was. Many still are.
So let’s start off this way: Remote viewing is a mental faculty that allows a perceiver (a “viewer”) to receive impressions from a target that is otherwise not accessible to normal senses. The target being perceived might be hidden by distance, time, or shielding. For example, a viewer might be asked to describe a location on the other side of the world, which he or she has never visited; or describe an event that happened long ago; or describe an object sealed in a container or locked in a room; or perhaps even describe a person or an activity; all without being told anything about the target — not even its name or category.
Power is out for large parts of the country, what's going on? Politics mostly. Liberals have mandated green energy, at the cost of tried and true things like nuclear energy. As a result, the smallest storm interrupts power supply and forced blackouts occur to preserve the power. It does not have to be like this, and we can avoid becoming Venezuela or Iraq, or the USSR by rejecting the green new deal.
Norio Hayakawa is a New Mexico based UFO researcher with over 50 years experience in the field. We discuss "DUMBs" deep underground military bases, the origin of UFOs, Skinwalker Ranch, the potential emergence of a new religion centered around UFO culture. Visit Norio's website here: https://noriohayakawa.wordpress.com/
Chris DeRose is the New York Times Bestselling author of "The Fighting Bunch," "Star Spangled Scandal," "The Presidents' War," "Congressman Lincoln," and "Founding Rivals."
Chris was formerly Senior Litigation Counsel to the Arizona Attorney General, a Professor of Constitutional Law, and Clerk of the Superior Court for Maricopa County, leading a team of over 700 professionals in serving America's fourth largest county.
He serves on the Board of Directors for the Abraham Lincoln Association and Board of Scholarly Advisors for President Lincoln's Cottage, a historic site in Washington DC. He is a member of the Mystery Writers of America.
A native of Chicago, Chris lives in Phoenix with Dr. Hannah DeRose, his hero and wife, who is saving lives amid a pandemic, their baby Ben, and French bulldog, Le Chien.
In August 1946, Newsweek reported from Athens, Tennessee, where veterans of World War II had won their final—and most unexpected—battle, dislodging a corrupt political machine after a six-hour firefight. Reporters described "tension growing" through a "hot, still day" and "300 armed special deputies brought in by Sheriff Pat Mansfield to 'guard' the ballot boxes." The scene sounded more like Germany or Japan than America: a voter shot for trying to cast a ballot; GI poll watchers arrested, assaulted and having to jump through glass to escape being held hostage.
About the book: "Armed deputies took two ballot boxes to the jail for counting, refusing to permit GI observers." A small group of veterans—the fighting bunch—demanded a public count of the ballots and, when they were refused, opened fire. The full story of the battle—the only successful rebellion on U.S. soil since the Revolution—remained shrouded in mystery. Newsweek readers wanted to know the full story. But the GIs weren't interested in talking. In my new book, The Fighting Bunch, I can finally reveal the full story of the Battle of Athens, Tennessee. Some of these long-sought details appear in Newsweek for the first time—nearly 75 years later"
Michael S. Heiser is an American Biblical Old Testament scholar and Christian author. His area of expertise is the nature of the spiritual realm in the Bible, namely the Divine council and hierarchy of the spiritual order. He is a prolific writer and speaker and is one of the best Bible scholars around. If you ever thought there was more going on in the universe than what we can see, you are right! Michael's book Supernatural was a game changer for me. I always intuited that there was more going on in the world than what meets the eye, and his book confirmed my thoughts and more! Having a supernatural worldview puts the Bible and the world into a totally different perspective. Check out Michael's work at https://drmsh.com
Visit my website at www.patriotradionetwork.org
Richard D. Lewis is an author,
journalist, and veteran of the
U.S. Air Force. A graduate of the
Defense Information School’s
writing, broadcast, and public afairs
programs, Richard joined the Air
Force in 1987 and spent 10 years as
a broadcast journalist stationed in
Turkey, Utah, and Colorado. After his
time serving in the Air Force, Richard
worked in TV production in Salt Lake
City, Utah and Los Angeles, California.
Creator of the award-winning
Pentagon Channel TV newsmagazine
Air Force Space Today, he has won
multiple Telly and Thomas Jeferson
Upon completion of Doreen Virtue’s Angel Therapy Practitioner Course in
2003, Richard became a certified spiritual counselor by the California Board
of Hypnotherapy. He is also a communicant member of the Lutheran Church
Missouri Synod in good standing. He is an active member of Ascension
Lutheran Church in Torrance, California, where he participates in special
choir and assists in worship services. He has also enjoyed fellowship with
Southern Baptists, Independent Baptists, and Church of Christ congregations,
where he has delivered sermons, conducted song services, and led small
group Bible studies.
Richard has been featured in Blackbelt Magazine, FILMINK, Rocket Magazine,
Geek Monthly, Astro News, P3 Production Update, Space Country Times,
AMC Theatres, AFN TV, Fangoria.com, Campus Circle, The Pentagon
Channel, Milsat Magazine, and Santa Maria Times among many others.
When not writing or watching the latest Dodgers game or professional boxing
matches, Richard enjoys relaxing with his family in Gardena, California. Learn
more at www.zoranpress.com.
Can a Christian be possessed? Do God’s angels and Satan’s demons dwell unseen among us,
engaged in spiritual warfare? Are ghosts and spirit manifestations real? How about aliens
If you believe in the Bible, you already have faith in the unseen. Unusual experiences are a
testimony of sacred Scripture and the gateway to understanding the power of God in your
life. Just like in biblical times, mysterious forces are still at work today. The paranormal world
isn’t merely scary hauntings and occult legends.
In The Paranormal Christian, journalist Richard D. Lewis explores his own true spiritual
journey and real stories of others to correlate supernatural phenomena and the biblical
worldview—without compromising either.
In this book, you’ll discover:
• How to trust your intuition and consciously tune into The Voice every day.
• A mystical examination of the Bible and the history of paranormal and psychic
phenomena and prophecy within Christianity.
• A guide to discerning between the presence of positive and negative entities.
• True stories of hauntings, spiritual healing and miracles performed by the Holy Spirit.
• How to protect yourself against the horror of The Swarming – even in your most
You can believe in the Holy Bible as the word of God orchestrated by divine intention and
trust the wisdom of the supernatural worldview of the Bible writers and the fact that the
mystical never left us. It’s time to bring paranormal back into the light where it belongs. If you
are searching out real answers for the Church, you will fnd them here.
Vaccines can be great for humanity when done well and tested for side effects. During times of pandemic the traditional safeguards are lifted and we do not thoroughly test vaccines like we should. Here is what happened during the last pandemic in 1976 when we rushed vaccines.
There has been a ton of UFO talk lately. Articles from major news outlets are covering this like never before. But what should we believe? We are bombarded by media suggesting that a UFO landing on the Whitehouse lawn is all but guaranteed, but what does that mean for Christians? Not much really, we need to be ready to handle this event if/when it happens. I think society is being primed to accept the idea of alien overlords coming to earth and sharing their tech for the betterment of mankind. The atheist lefty types look forward to the day the aliens come with the same zeal as Christians awaiting the return of Jesus. Like it or not, its all spiritual - and since it is spiritual, there is a good/bad dichotomy that needs to be thought about. Here I lay out what I think is at play.
It seems like there is plenty of legitimate evidence to support the the idea that this election was not all fair and accurate. Trump, Powell, Giuliani, Wood, and a few others are going basically solo trying to rally the support needed to address this. But where is the larger Republican apparatus? They cant be bothered to join forces and fight against this alleged fraud but why? They either do not believe it, or want Trump to lose.
Critical theory is the reason the left is so out of touch with reality these days. In a nut shell critical theory would have people view the world not as individuals, but as units of a larger group. Those people and groups don't believe in objective reality, truth, or god. As a result, the groups determine their own reality, self identify, and determine their own truth. Since there is no objective truth, anyone who doesn't agree with the leftist is trying to oppress them by persuading them to think differently. That's why they say "violence" all the time, because in their mind, if you don't agree with them, its because your group is oppressing their group.
Skinwalker Ranch is a bizarre place in the middle of nowhere Utah. It's famous for ghosts, aliens, ufos, skin walkers, portals, orbs, and cattle manipulations. If that weren't enough, the ranch is host to a who's who of deep state fringe military industrial complex regulars. So what's really going on there? We have to start at the beginning to find out. This will be a multi part series on the subject so be sure you check out all the episodes so you don't miss anything.
Ever culture is different and they all have positive attributes that should be emulated. Too often people boil differences down to race, when really the color of peoples skin doesn't matter one bit, what matters is how they think and what they believe.
Kevin served in Iraq where he was exposed to many burn pits. These open air burn pits are a dumping ground for chemicals, toxins, tires, batteries, body parts, trucks, fuel, trash, and everything else you can think of. They release toxins into the air that inhaled 24/7 by US troops. Many of these troops come down with constrictive bronchiolitis which is a terminal lung disease. The VA does not currently recognize this condition and these vets are left to figure it out on their own.
Celebrity psychic mediums are a dime a dozen. They profess to have the unique ability to communicate with the dead and offer closure to the living. But are they legit? And if so should Christians visit them? In this show we find out what the Bible says, and it may surprise you!
Some libertarians say the market will select the good, but what is good? How can you have good without god? You cant really, not for long anyways. If you want a good society, you need to have good people FIRST. In this thought experiment I talk about ushering in a libertarian utopia right now, and how that might actually suck without first having a good society. Here is the article I mention: https://www.staseos.net/post/christianity-and-libertarianism-a-complete-introduction
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Yea I am upset about Biden declaring victory. It feels like a giant step away from liberty and also a nod towards communism. What do we do? Keep it all in perspective. If Biden wins, its cuz God allowed it. Maybe there is socialism in 10 years, I don't want that, but if it happens God will use that for good. The day may come when persecution happens to Christians at scale, it wont be fun, but that just means Jesus will return soon! Regardless who is in the Oval Office, know that God works all things for good. Be ready, have faith, do not lose focus.
I started a men's group on biblical manhood. So much of our manhood get instilled into us by our fathers. But what happens when there are no fathers? Chaos happens. Between slavery, war deaths, war trauma, the industrial revolution and feminism real dads are in short supply. Fully aware and intentional dads are rare, I know I didn't have one - and he didn't have one either. So what do we do? We start now and commit to the process. Find out what makes a man and a father. Be a good dad, be a good man. Use your god given manliness to help others. https://www.teepublic.com/user/americanheritage
So the world is going to hell in a handbasket right? So what do we do? If you're like me you want want follow the path of Mel Gibson in The Patriot, but is that the right thing to do? Lets consult the Bible and see what it has to say, then reflect back on what some great thinkers did in crazy times. Also, is Jordan Pederson becoming a Christian? https://www.teepublic.com/user/americanheritage
So the election was last night, we should know the results in 6 weeks or so once the supreme court decides. No matter who wins, we lose because there is zero confidence in any American institution any longer. We essentially have a third world nation politically. So what do we do? Convention of states is what we do! https://www.teepublic.com/user/americanheritage
100 antifa thugs attack a church while they feed homeless people. How do we respond as Christians? Its complicated, but find the fine line between responding with love and self defense. That line is up to you do find, and no one can judge you but god. https://www.christianpost.com/news/antifa-attack-forces-church-to-close-shelter-homeless-services.html?uid=f46dbc87e0&fbclid=IwAR2c0wEE6DG1HOCyeatbQOLaJHsPnYvYiQ9OLhygYMgPLqly9olqE1abhFM
I still love to play Age of Empires on PC. The age of empires never ended, and were still in the middle of it now. The American Empire is all financial, and the next election will determine who is the head of the snake. https://www.teepublic.com/user/americanheritage
In this episode I give me thoughts on finishing the 33 series, being a veteran, and Trump possibly brokering world peace....or not. It is possible that the recent peace deals with Israel are just setting the groundwork for a war with Iran. Be watchful and decide for yourself.
Gregory W. Lovett wrote directed and filmed the documentary Delay Deny Hope You Die. This powerful film shows the real life results of toxic burn pit exposure that our veterans live with. If you haven't checked out the movie you NEED to go rent it on Amazon Prime.
Steve has written a book called Strange Things in the Woods and he joins me today to talk about it. He has documented all sorts of strange stories from across the country and complied them in his latest book. These stories are all unique but certain parallels emerge and we discuss those ideas on this episode.
Who is Jefferey Epstein and why does he matter? Hes connected to the deep state for sure, also hes a pedophile. Here why he was protected by the government for so long in this episode. Hint, Clinton did it.
Asian hand fans, Jeep’s new truck, the Sentinelese island and a missionary, smidgets, alright nows and head nods, white people culture, country music is drinking music, the new Lion King movie, Kareem Hunt being released, and Mexican hamburgers.
Mick West is perhaps one of the most well known debunkers out there today. He has appeared on Joe Rogan's podcast and has been featured many places. We discuss the TICTAC UFO incident, Skinwalker Ranch, and Q Anon. He gives his unique perspective and provides many plausible explanations for some of the strange UFO sightings.
MJ has written several pieces on Skinwalker Ranch and UFOs for Vice and Popular Mechanics. He joins me today to talk about the articles he has written and discuss the theories regarding Skinwalker Ranch.
Shane works as a UFO investigator for MUFON in their Arizona branch. He has investigated hundreds of UFO sightings over the years and talks about his experiences with that effort. We discuss the leading theories and trends surrounding the UFO phenomenon and what the future may hold.
Paul Smith worked with Project Startgate for the military. He joins me today to talk about remote viewing and how it can be used to gather intelligence without the use of technology or physically being near the target.
Thomas has worked at Skinwalker Ranch since the day it was purchased from Robert Bigelow by Brandon Fugal. He talks about the History Channel TV show and some of the crazy things that have happened on the ranch. I ask him what he thinks is going on, and get his opinions on the matter.
Gary was on board the USS Princeton when the now emphasis TICTAC UFO appeared in 2004. He talks about the events of that day and how those events have shaped his life. He now works as part of a group called UAP Discovery Group and hopes to unravel the mysteries around UFOs. Recently the NYT has released a series of articles and videos about the TICTAC. Hear the accounts of that event first hand.
Getting to know us, the new Palm Palm-a phone for your phone, experimental drugs being used to fight terminal illness, taco pizza with extra beans, a little more nonsense, and more to come for the podcast.
If you listened to the past show called Johnston Island - American Chernoyble than you will like this. Ron served on that island for a few years and talks about the high rates of cancer and death related to service on the island.
Ever heard of a shadow man? Ever seen a dark figure cross the room in the corner of your eye? Ever walked around the corner and saw a tall smokey outline of man and felt pure panic? If yes, this episode is for you.
God, Guns, Aliens, Beer. It’s what you would expect with three white Christian Right leaning libertarians get together on a Friday night. There’s something for everyone and also there’s something to offend everyone so TRIGGER WARNING
Johnston Island is 750 west of Hawaii and was home to many nuclear, biological, and chemical tests. Several nuclear missiles have exploded on the island leaving the entire place radioactive! After the Vietnam war, Johnston Island stored all the Agent Orange in the US arsenal. This island is one of the most toxic places on the planet. Listen to the show to hear all the details.
The founding fathers wrote into the constitution article 5 which is a calling for the convention of states. The convention of states is the last best hope for United States of America to regain some sanity. Convention of states allows us to bypass Congress and make constitutional amendments using only representatives from each state. We know full well that Congress has run amok and they will never fix the problems they have created so it’s time to cut them out of the process entirely. By the passing of legislature in 34 states federal Congress is required by the constitution to call for a convention. At this convention delegate from each one of the 50 states can vote on new constitutional amendments. Some of the amendments called for include term limits and balanced budget. If a simple majority of the state delegates vote in favor of a particular amendment, then goes to the states to be ratified. If 38 states approve the ratification then we have a new constitutional amendment and congress has zero say in the matter. Check out the website and spread the word. https://conventionofstates.com
This episode starts a series I will be doing that covers famous speeches by American Patriots. Mark Twain said "be loyal to your country all the time, and loyal to your government only when it deserves it". That pretty much sums up my view on patriotism but I want to highlight what some of the great men who came before us and how the viewed patriotism.
The first speech is the famous "liberty or death" speech by Patrick Henry made to the Virginia Convention on March 23, 1775.