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"ian robertson" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

15:48 min | 1 year ago

"ian robertson" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

"Then he writes about how Greta Thunberg the Little Mall fouzy in a lunatic PIPPI longstocking but not all the fun has has mundane time Times a person of the year and as you know she's running around as a global extinction event this and any other and Buchanan says oh holders an extinction event alright but it ain't the planet and then Pat writes about Japan real quick. Consider the number of births in Japan fell in two thousand nineteen to a level unseen since eighteen. Seventy vindaloo four around nine hundred thousand but there were one point. Four million deaths for a net loss of five hundred twelve thousand Japanese and even larger laws. Japan's population is expected this year. By the way I've seen this demographic trend Japan will be gone by the end of the twenty of this century gone. Japan's Bob Relation has been shrinking since two thousand and seven. When Desk? I succeeded Burs by eighteen thousand thousand. Now there's a reason why brings us up then. Buchanan says this at the end of the Cold War Bulgaria had nine million people by two thousand seventeen than volunteers. Seven point one million in twenty fifty. Bulgaria population is estimated at five point four million. I lost a forty percent to death and migration sensible guerrier one. It's freedom from the Soviet Empire. Now why do I mention this. What is the cause of this war pestilence famine what because why are the world's population nations declining simple whether it's admitted or not a perverse elevation vacation of evolution Neo Darwinism to our religion? That's practice to a man woman these days he's and manifest itself and family life to contraception abortion and every other Haiti's forsaken moral moral moral him. That man has been warned about since Adam and eve. It's not a coincidence accordance. It isn't so having said that up and just kind of set this off that this is a existential thing or a current crisis repeat current. Let me introduce to you. Our special guests Hugh Owen who was the founder and the CO founder The Saint Maximilian Kolbe Kobe Center for the study in defense of creation. He has been my guest several times. He Ian Robertson Genesis. You'll remember last year we Began January with a stunning two part series of interviews. Why add a matters and then we followed up later in the year and you and I've talked to twice since then? He was the executive producer and has featured as one of the commentators owners in foundations restored. And here's owner dude maker hotline and again you can get to foundations restored to our website to our affiliate link. Think if you just go to crusade channel DOT COM forward slash Adam. Don't take your right to the The sales page and let me assure you who it is worth the purchase price and then some Hugh Owen a blessed feast of the PIFF. Any of our Lord do you. How were you very well? Thanks be to God and the same to you. Mike great to be with you again. His all always great to have you. You want to start us off with a hail. Mary who yes please the name of the father. And of the son of the Holy Ghost on and the Maria Grazia Plan Dominance Pick Benedicta TU. Doing me boosts that Benedictus roof to spend three threes sancta Maria Mater. They OUGHTA PRO nobis. dotty booths known non catching notre more nostrand in the name of the father and of the son the Holy Ghost And Hugh let me. Just start by Congratulating you on this magnificent I don't I don't have the words magnificent. I guess this is probably for for your work on this magnum. Opus of foundations restored How many years went in the planning this thing well into the planning of it probably twenty five or thirty years but in the actual execution of it three and a half years and I want everybody to understand that I had a very small part in this. This is a work of God. It was totally a team effort route and there were many many members of our leadership team who were extremely generous with their the time and resources to bring this about and and above all Keith. Keith Jones the videography for who put together the the video and did so. Many custom made animations to illustrate especially some of the scientific concepts He was is absolutely practically killing himself for the last several months so that we could get this out into the Public Public Forum So it was absolutely a team effort and in addition to all of the leadership team members who worked to write the material real to record the material to make it intelligible to a general audience There were literally hundreds if not thousands of people who prayed including religious communities did prayed and and without those prayers and sacrifices we would never have been able to complete the project well. It is a stunning achievement Take it from someone who's made a full length animated motion picture ship before two of them. So I know a little bit about what goes into this I'm I'm a rank amateur piker compared to keep Jones This is world class stunning animation And I think one of the benefits that will endure are from this. Hugh is that younger. People won't be off and go like well. I didn't like the animation and it was Kinda was boring or it wasn't too it's visually attractive. And this is the first accomplishment to me the visual all of the visual attraction of it And you feel like you're watching something That the enemy would put out. You want to comment on that. Yes I agree with you and we've always kind of been struggling to find the Lord's way between two extremes one of which is to put too much emphasis on the external presentation and to try to beat Hollywood at their own game. I think we came to the conclusion a long time ago. That's a losing battle because the greatest thing that we have on our side is the truth loose and our Lord Jesus Christ said if you continue in my word you will know the truth and the truth will set you free Hollywood with all the talent and and all the money they had. They don't have the truth so at the end of the day just proclaiming. The truth is what will gain us the victory every time but we also have to avoid the other extreme is to say well. Okay we have the truth so we don't need to worry about how we present it and we don't need to take any consideration in in to consideration how young people have been conditioned to receive information in the Times that we're living in because that would also be a serious error so think Keith and the leadership team the team that worked on this project by the grace of God found the mean between these two extremes and we didn't try to beat Hollywood at their own game and get all caught up in all kinds of glitzy let's see special effects and lose sight of essential truth. We were trying to communicate but at the same time Keith especially was able to find a way to make the truth intelligible and attractive to general audience and and I thank God for his genius. Had doing that no it show it shows jumps off the page or off the screen. And as I said I don't don't think anyone is going to to to look at foundations restored and think anything other than my goodness what how much work went into this thing. Hugh Hugh Let. Let's go back to the beginning so there's two next this is that would that you work on here. One is number one. Establish that there is this thing that you call the Cartesian The CARTESIAN Darwin Nexus and then this is stacked up against the the That's the falsity and it is thank compared and contrasted to the truth But I forget the actual turn that you use for The for the truth yes. So they're they're these two frameworks that are being used to look at all of reality and one of them. We call the Cartesian Darwinian narrative. So it's this big overarching framework work than most of US grew up with and most young people throughout the world are being indoctrinated into without even being aware of it and that is the idea that the same kinds of material processes that are going on now have been operating in more or less the same way from the very beginning of the universe and that therefore natural scientists can extrapolate from what we observe here and now in this order of nature that we're living in to explain everything they don't need any revelation from God because just by studying what's going on now in the material universe you can explain the origins of man end of everything in the entire cosmos with our unaided intellect. That's the Cartesian. They're winning framework which it's totally false because it's supposed to the truth. That was revealed by God and Todd in the Church by all the apostles all the fathers all the doctors all the Pope's and council fathers in their teaching and because they're framework which comes from from God is what we call the creation providence framework and in this framework we know from God himself that the entire work of creation in the beginning was supernatural that God created all the different kinds of creatures supernatural early by willing them into existence for us in our first parents. Adam and Eve in view of the Incarnation Asian and the Immaculate Conception and win God's finished creating this entire universe and all the different kinds of creatures for us in our first parents teeth stopped creating and that's what the Sabbath rest of the Lord is all about that God created a perfectly beautiful complete and harmonious universe for us was totally free not only from human death but from deformity he disease struggle for existence genetic defects or any disorders of this kind and it was only then the original sin that brought the human death and deformity and disease and struggle for existence into this world. And this this is based on the understanding then that the whole work of creation was supernatural in that the natural order what many doctors call the order of Providence. Only begin win. The work of creation was finished and therefore natural science has limits I natural scientists cannot extrapolate from what they observe in this fallen world and explain in terms of natural processes would actually came into existence through the Supernatural Agency of the most Holy Trinity. And when you understand this creation providence framework. then you understand reality correctly and you understand correct hierarchy of knowledge because theology then is seen as what she is. The Queen of of the sciences philosophy her handmade and they're the ones who keep the natural scientists within their proper boundaries whereas whereas in the greatest Bergh Darwin Cartesian Darwinian framework. You have the natural scientists extrapolating to absurd lengths way beyond the proper limits of reasonable extrapolation and then dictating on the basis of their wild speculations to the theologians in the philosophers telling them what is right right and what is wrong and this is the prince. This is the root of the whole crisis of faith and morals and the whole anti-culture sure of death is based on this Cartesian this false Cartesian Darwinian narrative and this anti-culture of den will never be destroyed and overcome and replaced with a true culture of life until we restore the foundations of the fate. Which means going back to sanity going back to the creation providence framework which is based on God's revelation of what he did when there were no other witnesses except for the holy angels during the six days of creation? Hugh Owen Z.. co-founder of the same Maximillian coal based Center for the Study and defensive. Creation is also one of the presenters in this Magnificent new video series called foundations restored..

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"ian robertson" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"ian robertson" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Me to know what I know about these drugs scares me to death. And Blake Tracy again. The website is drug awareness dot org and keep doing what you're doing. And that's all we can ask. Okay. Well as long as I can I never dreamed. I'd have to do it this lawn. Thank you. Thanks for joining us. All right. Thank you. Ian, Robertson, albertson's AL. My thanks to you back next week with a brand new program. In the meantime, don't be afraid. There's nothing conceal that won't be revealed. And nothing hidden that won't be made known. What you hear in the dark speak in the light. What I see in a whisper proclaimed mouse, talks move over Aphrodite Eum coming home. Good night..

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"ian robertson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

10:33 min | 2 years ago

"ian robertson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"And Blake Tracy the author of Prozac panacea or Pandora is standing by. She's going to discuss the connection between the psychiatric medication and mass shootings. Everyone talks about gun control every single time. There is a mass shooting. But nobody wants to talk about these antipsychotic medications S SRI secondary serotonin reuptake inhibitors, which appear to be causing homicidal and suicidal tendencies, and you go down the list all the shooters from Dylan Klebold, and Eric Harris. They were on a type of antidepressant Adam Lanza, sandy hook James, Holmes. The shooter at the Aurora Colorado theatre same thing. Paddock in Vegas was taking. I believe. Well, we'll get it from our and Blake Tracy, but I believe he was taking valium. Which is often used prescribe when one is being weaned off of these S are is and that is often the most dangerous time is when someone is getting off the S SRI. And if they don't do it carefully. It can they can sort of crash, and it can cause huge huge problems Faisal Hussein here in Toronto the Dan for shooting was on some kind of anti psychotic medication. So we'll delve into that over the next two hours. She is here for the full two hours. And we'll also take your phone calls with an hour to just a programming note. No live YouTube stream tonight. Our live stream producer Ryan white is off. He's always off isn't. He though don't you notice that Albert you just know he's enjoying the last of cottage the cottage season. And but but we'll be back next week with a live YouTube stream, but Albert is here. The intrepid. He DO syncretic mysterious Albert Stanzel, my story producer. And of course, Ian Robertson might technical producer also here. Good to see boys again. All right. Well, while mass shooting killings mass killings, generally. The killers have guns in their hands. Another camman commonality is that they often have psychiatric drugs in their blood. A case in point. Of course, the parkland, Florida shooter who murdered seventeen last Valentine's Day, he was on medication for emotional issues. According to his aunt, this is now familiar story. As information information about a perpetrator, emerges, some relative confides to a newspaper that the troubled youth who committed the mass murder was on psychiatric medications. You know, those powerful little understood mind altering drugs with fearsome side effects, including suicidal idealization and even homicidal idealization yet. The media seemed to have very little appetite for exploring this issue and politicians don't seem to either unlike with the gun issue that can be used to scare people and win votes. Moreover, a lot of companies pharmaceutical companies spent far more than. Any other industry to influence politicians? Having poured close to oh, I think it's close to billion dollars funding members of congress over the past decade, this dwarfs the gun lobby's political contributions. Now, we're not saying that correlation means causation, but it does seem to provide clues as to what or where causation may lie and the correlation between mass shooters and psychiatric drug use certainly exists. There is a correlation. So let's explore that over the next hour or two actually and Blake Tracy serves as the executive director of the international coalition for drug awareness. She has specialized for seventeen years in adverse reactions to a serotonin medications. Those are the SRI's have been talking about such as Prozac Seraphim Zoloft Paxil Luvox. So alexa. Lexa pro affects her and others. Also, the line of atypical anti psychotics and painkillers. She's testified before the FDA and congressional subcommittee members on antidepressants since one thousand nine hundred two she has testified as an expert witness in Prozac and other SRI related court cases around the world. Some of the more high profile cases, she's she's worked on would be the murder suicide of comedian. Phil Hartman and his wife Brynn the Columbine and red lake school shootings. Andrea Yates that was the Texas mother who drowned her five children. The Atlanta day trader Princess Di's death, the murder suicide of the Royal family of Nepal, and in a coal Smith, son Daniel's, death, and others and Blake Tracy. How are you? Welcome. I'm fine. How are you? I'm very well. Thank you. Thank you so much for for joining us in hanging in for the full two hours. Let's let's just to define some terms here. I always liked to disturb the show by doing that. What are secondary serotonin reuptake inhibitors this class of drugs? What what does that mean? SRI? Well, they're actually selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors this what they call them. But there's really nothing selective about them. That's supposed to make you think that they only affect serotonin that that's the only neurotransmitter that may are harketting, but many pharmacists will tell you. It's more like a shotgun blast. So as selective as everybody would like to think that the whole idea is. They put out the hypothesis, and I hope everyone remembers this is a theory, and the theory only that serotonin is low and depression, that's neuro transmitter in the brain. And so these drugs are designed to increase the level of serotonin the problem with that is that research from about nineteen fifty on. So that serotonin is elevated in depression, anxiety, suicide violent crime whole long list of things that nobody would ever want to have in their lives. It is elevated not low. So these drugs are elevating the serotonin thus causing everything that they are telling you that it's supposed to treat. Which is why we now see violence everywhere suicide skyrocketed. Isn't it almost the leading cause of death in the world today? It's certainly climbing up there with particularly with young people. It is. Yes. Yeah. Number two. I mean, when I was growing up, I know of one person that committed suicide. One in our school. And that was it and he had some he had some kind of a brain disorder. As some kind of an infection in his brain, everyone assumed that was probably the problem, but one and look at it now, I mean, I run into kids at no five and six kids that are friends that have committed suicide on these bright is is to are these selective. Serotonin reuptake inhibitors. Are they they're not just in antidepressants there in in some painkillers as well. Correct. Well, the whole idea is the increases serotonin, and there are many drugs that do increase serotonin many of the painkillers will increase Atanas. Well, there are many drugs out there now that do increase serotonin. And I would encourage everyone to check that medication. Put it on Google put the name of the drug and add serotonin as well. And see what you get with that combination. And that you say is there a study that you could site where it has demonstrated that serotonin can cause suicidal and homicidal. I think the word is is. Well, there's twenty one pages just references to medical studies. That say that in the back of my book, those are just references that how many there are there's hundreds right you, and I have talked before you mentioned an experiment with mice. Oh, yeah. Talk to me about that one talks about the violence that was done at the university of southern California. And it is on our website at drug awareness dot org. You can find it. They're just do a search for mutant mice. If you don't see it right away. That term would bring it right up because it was a group of mutant mice from an experiment that had gone terribly wrong. And these mice lack deliver end rhyme. They needed to break down serotonin. So they're serotonin levels were naturally, very high. And the researchers did not know that in the beginning. They just noticed how extremely violent the mice were that if they would drop one into a cage with another one they would just shred one another and they had never seen anything like this. And so they wanted to find out what on earth was going on with these mice. And that's what they've found is that they lack that liver enzyme and they attack. Attributed the extreme violence to the elevated serotonin. All right. And I've got to jump in here. We're going to take time out. We'll come back. I wanna talk about that liver enzyme because we need to understand why with so many people on painkillers and anti depressants. Why there aren't even more mass shootings? And it comes back to that.

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"ian robertson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"ian robertson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Stool and come warm yourself by the fire. There are stories to be told in you are among friends, and we are going to attempt to climb inside the mind of the great Nicola tesla for the entire two hours. Nicola launch shar is the founder and presidents of the tesla Science Foundation. And he is standing by a first off some sad news. Ian Robertson by fine rockabilly friend technical producer, low these last maybe three and a half close to four years is no longer with the program. Ian has moved on to greener pastures within Zuma radio. And I believe he's also planning on returning to school this fall. And he has his burgeoning musical career, of course with the grease marks. So we say so long and good luck to Ian. We're gonna miss you. Fred he plays a mean guitar. Now, we have someone sitting in not sitting in replacing in and we already like him because like, Ian, he also plays a mean guitar he's filled in for Ian in the past. But he is our new guy behind the big audio board, and we want to welcome Faisal Kasi or just fast as we'll call him FAZ. So if you call into the program, and we will open the lines in the second hour for questions and comments, if you call in police say hi to FAZ and welcome him aboard the conspiracy show, and of course, all of us. Elbert and Ryan and myself we all extend our our our hardest. Heartiest welcomes two defense a quick programming note next week. Lori and Fenton and Ray Hernandez will be here from the UFO conference UFO mega con-, which is happening March twenty four to the thirtieth in lock Laughlin, Nevada. And the Laurean is also, of course, the host of the fence and file and Ray Hernandez, one of the co founders of free the doctor Edgar Mitchell foundation for research into extraterrestrial and extraordinary experiences so Laurean Fenton and Ray Hernandez will be here to tell us about UFO mega con-. And of course, again, that's happening. Made March twenty fourth March twenty four to the thirtieth in Laughlin, Nevada. Serbian American inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, and futurist Nicola. Tesla died alone in the New Yorker hotel in New York City, July nineteen forty three. He of course made. Dozens of breakthroughs in the production of and transmission in application of electrical power. He invented the first alternating current motor and developed a AC generation transmission technology, and though he was famous and respected. Tesla was never able to translate his copious inventions into long-term financial success. Unlike his early employer and chief rival Thomas Edison, of course, Tesla's warden cliff tower was scrapped when it was found out. He intended for it to provide free energy to the world without the genius of tesla. We would not have radio television ACL actress ity, the tesla coil fluorescent lighting neon lighting radio control devices, robotics, xrays radar microwaves, and dozens of other amazing inventions, and because of this it's no surprise, the tesla also delved into the world of flight and. Possibly anti gravity. In fact, his last patent in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight was for a flying machine that resembled both the helicopter in an aeroplane before he died. Tesla reportedly devised plans for the engine of a spaceship, he called it. The anti electromagnetic field drive where space drive shortly after his death. Many of his papers were removed from his hotel room and truckloads of documents were taken away from various other locations in and around New York by the office of alien property. Did those papers contained the key to free energy UFO propulsion a death. Ray were they back engineered by the US government. Well, here to discuss the life and times and.

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"ian robertson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

14:17 min | 2 years ago

"ian robertson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Be told in you are among friends targeted. Individuals electronic harassment mind control for the full two hours. Derek robinson? Will be with me. He is the executive director of a human rights organization called people against covert, torture and surveillance or packs for short tax international, and Derek has been active since two thousand and five addressing the issues of organiz, stocking and remote electron ick assaults and he is standing by. And I am coming to you live from my little studio beneath the stairs. Ian Robertson is behind. The big audio board back in liberty village. Elbert is involved in some top secret excavation and the New Mexico desert Niro's. Well, and of course, Ryan is running our live stream from his lair. Yes. We are streaming live on YouTube tonight channel strange planet. Please help us get to sixteen thousand subs just hit that read a sub button YouTube may have demonetized us. But. But we still have our pride. Now, I'm not sure if you can pick this up on the webcam, my son north who is a huge huge Harry Potter fan. He's read all the books including the play. I don't know two three times each and he sent away on Amazon recently. And he bought me this shirt, which he insisted that I wear the idea is he bought this on Amazon for me because dead. He says Harry Potter had to sleep under the stairs mean, uncle and aunt house. And since I'm in my studio beneath the stairs thought. This was fitting. It's the marauders map from Harry Potter. Now north told me to say this. I hope I get this right? Otherwise, he may strangle me in my sleep at the marauders map is this magical document that reveals all of Hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry and not only does it show every classroom every hallway of recorder of the castle. But it also shows every inch of the grounds as well. As all the secret pass. Charges that are hidden within its walls in the location of every person on the grounds, which is portrayed by dot. And it's also capable of accurately identifying each person and start fooled by Polly, juice, potions and invisibility cloaks and even the Hogwarts ghosts are not exempt from this the marauders map, the t shirts. So thank you very much north all right now on to more serious matters. My introduction to electron harassment targeted. Individuals came from a a loyal listener of mine way back my early days in broadcasting Eleanor white who is a long time targeted individual. And she told me most of what I know about electron harassment torture surveillance. She's also a longtime advocate for fellow targeted individuals. And then my my next introduction happened during the taping of might all television show the conspiracy show which aired across Canada. For four seasons on vision TV and I think it was season one. We produced an episode on electronic harassment, and we flew this gentleman up to Toronto from his home in Cincinnati, Derek Robinson. And I was I was struck by a his authority and his kindness despite his decades of anguish and suffering and since I met Ellen era, and Derek I've been in contact with probably close to one hundred people who believe they're being targeted for electron, torture, harassment surveillance, and we're hoping to hear from some of you tonight when we open up the phone lines in the second hour per right now, let's get Derek Robinson here executive director of pacts people against covert, torture, and surveillance international. Derek? How are you? Hi, great, Richard. Thanks very much for being here. Appreciate it. My pleasure. It's been a long time. I guess it's probably been what may be close to ten years since you, and I sat down and talked to for the TV show two thousand and ten somewhere around there. How have you been? Wow. And things are improving in the community since we've talked a lot more activity. There's a lot more exposure to the issues, particularly since the new story about the diplomats and to China. Yes. Microwave symptoms very close to our own. We're watching closely that development now is very very important story and for you personally because you are a longtime targeted individual. This has been going on with you for decades. How are you personally doing? I'm doing pretty well. I would say the first twenty years really the struggle because I was wrong and trying to deal with this huge conspiracy. This whisper campaign was brought upon me by the US navy joined and it kinda turned on me. So for about twenty years, I kind of dealt with it and thought that I was the only person being victimized by the US government. However after the internet came along I discovered that there was a community of other individuals who are also being victimized and someone very horrific way. Lana suffering in this community and a lot of similarities to my own suffering. But then some ongoing way are beyond what I'm experiencing so Robin victimized at some level. And it's horrendous interference in our lives. And we're trying to find solutions that I would say. Say that the vast majority of people that I've been in contact with who believe they are being targeted really have no idea. Why them, but you're a little different. I mentioned Eleanor white. She also comes from. I believe she was with the army corps of engineers. So she believes that there's some connection there. So you believe it has something to do with your service in the navy is that correct? Well, in my case, it was directly to my servants in the US navy. So all the only stalking and harassment started with me the last year of my while stationed at the national security agency and for me. So during that year was kind of a hassle with all the harassment going on and everything and I was hoping that. When I returned home that everything would be cut again. And of course, I'm discovered after a couple of days being at home and Cincinnati. All talking at follow me there for the next twenty years. I just kind of had to deal with it on my own. There was rough. I would say psychologically, and economically is I managed to survive until I found the community, and then everything just instantly changed my perspective. Just tell me a little bit about those early days when you were being targeted first of all were they targeting you. Because of something you had seen something that you know, or was it simply you were Guinea pig. Well, in my case, it was persecution and it had to do with sexual orientation. I believe. I was in the navy, and they began stocks and harass me. So it was every minute of my day was surveilled which complicated. My actions. Pimple because they will also spreading all kinds of rumors and tales among my serviceman. So that kind of made things difficult, and I became sorta black a prion trinity. It was kind of a and hoping on the time. My man modeled around a year later that perhaps that would wind up they were basically just getting started. And that's been what thirty years ago now Ellis November of eighty two when I left service nearly forty years that's going on thirty seven years. So for decades. Now once you retired from the navy. Why would they continue to harass you? Well, I couldn't understand that either. I have followed me home. I thought well, maybe about six months and all this and wind up they kind of let me know if they were there for the dimension. And I believe in ten sixty five years old now, and that was twenty eight when it started so to have this campaign continuing for the rest of my life. I believe that they'll be some type of intervention I believe that so much is coming to the surface lately that in some way won't be discovered and all of this. Stop. So I believe Pat is coming. I came within the next couple of years because of so many developments that have happened, and it's because of the community because we have band together and have promoted icon in so many areas, and in so many ways it's coming to light. And that is starting to pay off. I'm guessing the technology has changed dramatically while I'm I'm certain of it in the last three and a half decades. We're not talking about crude microwave weapons, you know, I've seen illustrations where you can turn microwave oven into a into a microwave weapon. You just take the door off, and you can sort of pointed in a certain direction and so forth but back in the early eighties. You mentioned that you were being surveilled. Are we talking about like remote neural monitoring? Or was it something more crude back then? Well, it started with basically the stalking and harassment, and then gradually went to things like, well, they were able to access my thoughts that one point. And that was kind of Thomas at first when I realized without it happen. And then went to things like the voices. I can hear them talking to me and other things like rain, you might years, and the technology is such that if you can share the voices, which means they have access to certain areas of your brain. And what's map that they also see through my eyes? They had access to my visual cortex, my auditory cortex, they can speak to me. And I'm with them. They will share my thoughts all on five sensors. They were able to accidents because of the technology and access to certain areas of my brain that governed those activities. All my five senses. They pick up on whatever. I saw any song. Whatever I can hear they heard. And all of my thoughts will also audible to them. Even my feelings. They can't even feel when I was failing. Oh, it was. I was totally completely compromise. And that way. I know they've had voice to skull technology since the early seventies. And you can see the patterns online clearly there that technology exists. But I didn't realize that they had remote neural monitoring that far back. We're talking nearly forty years ago. When you when you discovered realized that they could read your thoughts. How how did that come about? How did you know that they could read your thoughts? Okay. Well, actually, what happened I discovered it. I was on a delivery triumph for and I was on the rug. I was working for a flower shop, and I was thinking about my gosh that was not necessarily complementary. And then when I got back to the office after bring flowers, I noticed that people were acting the body language was was different. They were acting a little bit standoffish, and I happen to look over at the boss and he had to sheepish grin on his face. And then I heard from one of the co workers exact words, I was thinking out there. And I it was founded I realize oh my God. They have. I invaded the last passion of privacy that I have. So that was the moment that I realized that they had had accessed my thoughts. What happened? We you fired as a result of that. I was I wasn't actually fired. It makes things a little awkward at work for a while. I was able to maintain my relationship with them cordially until they get let me go finally, and I had to do with probably has to do with the harassment. They had some excuse for letting me go. It was maybe a couple of months later, finally two and a half. And there is a patent. Now. This is back in nineteen eighty nineteen eighty six when this occurred, but actually there was a patent. That was that was basically four this technology that was patented back in April of two out of nine hundred seventy six, and this is an apparatus and method for monitoring and altering brainwaves and that was a patent by Robert.

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"ian robertson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"ian robertson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Coming to you live from the little a studio beneath the stairs here in Thornhill above Toronto. And Ian Robertson back in liberty village behind the big audio board my story bruiser Elbert on assignment and Ryan is producing the livestream from his layer, Rosemary, Ellen guy. Lee stays with us for the full hour a little bit later. We'll talk about black mirror. Skying this form of nation. Right now, we're doing our monthly paranormal news roundup Chernobyl, of course, at horrific nuclear meltdown at the reactor in Ukraine back in the mid eighties. Now, people are moving back into that area. Well, whenever you have a disaster. Like that and math guests that result. Even if some of them didn't happen right away just tied to that event. It it creates this heavy thought form. Coalesced energy that could lodge in that landscape. Literally in the land itself in the ruins that that are still there, and there could be all kinds of haunting phenomenon going on which due to the the nature of the disaster, and the type of deaths that people endured from radiation poisoning could be quite a horrific in terms of the haunting presences in the landscape there could be apparitions of the dead. There could be even mutant forms phantom forms, roaming, the landscape. No one's done any research on that yet. I would be very curious about that. No, one wants to get close to the scene, but imagine how desperate someone would have to be in order to buy a home and live in. You know next to journal. Expose themselves to that deadly radiation. It's a very sad situation. I wanna ask you about recently. A number of people have of celebrities have come out and talked about their near death experiences. Well, some of them it happened quite a while ago. But it's just being reported within the last few months in one of them when the more high high profile celebrities who discussed her near death experience was the late Elizabeth Taylor. I guess she came out on the Oprah Winfrey. Show back in nineteen Ninety-two. So let's chat a little bit about celebrities near death experiences or after life after death experiences. They do conform to things that many people describe in NBA, ease and. Elizabeth Taylor described seeing it was during one of her operations, and she had so many operations during the course of her life, and she went into a tunnel. She saw herself leaving her body and. She saw her third husband who is Mike Todd. And she said that she was so happy to see him and he had died in nineteen fifty eight. Now, her experience happened in the early sixties one of her famous back surgeries. And she kinda wanted to stay with him. But he told her that she couldn't that she had to fight to go back. She had a lot of things she still had to do. And so she returned to her body, and then she woke up, and she discovered that the doctors thought she had actually permanently died, and they had even pronounced her dead. This is a very common where if someone dies in a hospital setting the first thing that they become aware of is that they're detached from their body. They're often looking down on the operating scene watching the medical team around them, then they start to pull further and further away, and they go through a tunnel. They may not and then they have interests frequently interactions with loved ones who are on the other side. And for example, the. Actor I think he's a comedian to Tracy Morgan. That's it Tracy Mark yesterday. The first thing Saturday Night Live alumnus. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Meets his father who died and oftentimes the personal have the desire to stay everything. Seems so pleasant if they're so happy to reunite they wanna stay in his father told him. No, you can't. And he said he even had a conversation with God. And that God told him he said your room ain't ready yet. I thought that was a an amusing way to put it. It's like, you know, your room here here in the afterlife. You can't come here yet. It ain't ready at. And I call are often told that they have to go back sometimes they're given a choice. But sometimes they're told you can't you can't stay you really do have to go back because there are things you haven't done yet. And Jane Seymour, British actress, what happened to her she she had kind of an NFL. She went into NFL lactic shock or something after receiving I guess who tried to administer an antibiotic and it went into her vein instead of muscle. Yes. And I didn't realize that you could put antibiotics into muscle, but yes, it center into an afflicted shock, and she was resuscitated. She said that she saw a white light. This is also another common description, and she was detached robotic looking down. She saw herself in the bedroom with a nurse and frequently they'll see medical professionals trying to revive the body very quickly. And she felt very calm about it. She said that afterwards she had a whole new perspective on life. This is a very common change that people come back convinced of the afterlife. If if they had any doubts in the past, they're not afraid of dying anymore and their values change in life as she put it, you know, it's the material things aren't. Important anymore. And she said, it's it's not about the yachts and the houses and even in awards like an actress might get she said, it's all about love. And that's the important thing. The love the share with family and friends the difference you make in the lives of other people. So that's a tremendous shift in values values people have right? I've read in cases, where marriages have broken up as a result of an MD because as you say the character that person changes so fundamentally it's like, you're you're living with a different person. In fact, the divorce rate is quite high among NDA experiencers, and for those reasons that they just literally become different people and their spouses have a hard time understanding that maybe a plunge into spirituality that had not been present in the relationship before they don't they may feel sort of materially abandoned because let's say, you know, the principal breadwinner in the family doesn't feel a need to go out. And and, you know, make tons of money anymore. It's not about getting the next big house. They really wanted to do something more, compassionate and humanitarian. I gotta ask you quickly. We're just about out of time here, but this gentleman who took on a bed. He he bet that he could survive twenty days in pitch darkness in total isolation. He didn't make it. He didn't last the whole twenty days. Why would anyone to what happened? It all revolves around money. And this was with a fellow poker player, and then they engage in something called a prop bet, which is basically it's not during a poker game. But it's something else you challenge. Somebody to do. It's kind of like to test your resolve and metal sort of thing. And so the bet was made one hundred each put up a hundred thousand dollars that this one fellow could last for thirty days in total darkness and at about twenty days. He was still doing very well. And so the other guy who stood to lose thousand dollars was able to talk him into a buyout of sixty thousand dollars. And now during this time in darkness. He was given food that at regular intervals. They didn't want him to have a sense of a passage of time and. That that can make a difference in how well you you weather something. He may have been able to track it they sink through outside noises. But the thing is that this guy was really playing with fire because individuals who have been deprived of light and communication and human contact. If it goes on long enough, they go insane. They even die speak this up on the other side, Rosemary because this this'll be a nice segue into black mirror screaming. We'll talk about that as well. Rosemary ellen? Golly. Stays with us right here on the conspiracy show. My name.

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"ian robertson" Discussed on Ologies

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03:46 min | 3 years ago

"ian robertson" Discussed on Ologies

"Put it on your body. You know, we'll do awesome. And now listener questions from patrons about cats. I let people on patriots ask questions so the patrons wrote in. I've never gotten so many questions. Really? Okay. Live categorize them as best. I can. Oh my gosh. So this is like a lightning round, you can just answer as fast as you want fast, as you can't k- t- every also rowdy wants to know. What is my cow butter butthole my face. So that is how cats greet each other. Although they but sniffing is an important way to get information. There you go. Yeah. It's just a hey Christopher Burr wants to know best way to tame a feral cat. So as I talked about before, you know, you have the socialization window where? You know, if you can get a cat when they're young you can really turn them into a lovely pet. Once they're outside of that window. It's like it's not that the door shuts. It just is like you have to nudge. It a lot harder to get it to open. And so if you have an adult cat, who's truly never been socialized around people that now you're not socializing your doing what we call counter conditioning desensitization where you're just gradually getting them used to your presence and trying to associate with things that they find pleasant, and so it would be like taming wild animal. Oh, yeah. But it's going to be a long and slow road. And that cat may only ever adapt to one or two people that they're very familiar with. So the ways you do that would be to build trust with something basically gradually, exposing yourself to them. So keeping a distance at first and trying to pair your presence with something that they find pleasant like food typically tuna or something very high value like it would have to be like bonus. Like, basically, Jamie. It might be a very slow process. There have been some people that have found that like rehabilitating injured or sick cat has sped up the process, and we don't know why that is less just Annika. Yodel, but some John Bradshaw wrote about in his book cats, and but otherwise like I said, you're really literally like you said teaming the difference between socialization taming is that socialization implies that you're you're able to change their behavior when they're highly plastic in able to be kind of molded to your liking. Whereas after that door has shut its going to be really just like you're going to love me because you're going to think of sushi me when you see you. So just getting them used to you. Yeah. Associations. That are good yet. I feel like this also works for people to like if every time you saw someone you were just read as held them and you hand them shepherd's pie or tastefully potted succulent. They'd be like, whoa. You aren't up. And now, I like you now one thing that is not dope is toxic plasmas a parasitic infection often linked to kitties. So according to the centers for disease control quote. Taco plasmas is considered to be a leading cause of death attributed to foodborne illnesses in the United States. So more than forty million men women and children in the US. Carry the talk plasma parasite very few have symptoms because the immune system usually keeps the parasite from causing illness. So let's get into this shit in every way matching -able a lot of people asked about talk supplies, Moses. Orix Eissa Sarah, Clark, dawn, gender, Ben, Ian, Robertson, all kind of wanted to know. What's the deal with toxic plasma Gandhi? Our cats unwittingly, subjecting us to mind control, essentially..

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