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Mike's COVID-19 Antibodies Test Results Leave Us With More Questions Than Answers

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:09 min | 7 hrs ago

Mike's COVID-19 Antibodies Test Results Leave Us With More Questions Than Answers

"So, as I shared with you Friday, I got an antibody's test, a couple of weeks ago. They screwed up the testing, had something to do with the cargo ships believe it or not. The component they needed at quester LabCorp whoever it was, they didn't have the right component. It took a long time. Anyway, got the results back. The antibodies test, I got, which is a blood test was before my second booster, but I wanted to know what my antibodies were. And I get the test back finally Saturday. My doctor reads it. Here's what he tells me. Hi, Mike. This test shows no antibodies to the now by the way, keep in mind I got the Johnson & Johnson shot in March, all right? This test shows no antibodies to the spike protein, which is the component in the vaccine. This means two possibilities. One, you have no antibodies detected, which implies you are not immune or two, you have no antibodies detected, but you are still somehow immune, but the lab is an accurate enough to detect it. This can happen and is mentioned in the interpretation section. Either way, the goal is to have a positive test to confirm you have antibodies, and that will be more likely to happen about two weeks after this last vaccine you got was administered. Since your antibodies are negative, it also means you have not had the COVID-19 infection, which means that you are either very fortunate that you haven't been exposed to anyone with COVID-19, or you have been exposed and your vaccine has been protecting you. He's starting to sound like Doctor Fauci to me. I can't keep up with anything here. And then I wrote him back. I said, well, does that mean that the first Johnson & Johnson shot, I got in March, the vaccine didn't leave me with antibodies. He writes correct. But keep in mind that these lab tests are never a 100% correct so you can say with reasonable confidence that you didn't have antibodies from the J&J vaccine, but there is always a small chance you do have antibodies that the lab didn't find that chance is likely in the 1% range. There you go. That's my medical information. If you're more confused than I am, you're not alone.

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Kyle Larson wins on 17th anniversary of Hendrick plane crash

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 22 hrs ago

Kyle Larson wins on 17th anniversary of Hendrick plane crash

"Kyle Larson won his third straight NASCAR Cup series race in a four hundred mile test at Kansas Larson captured his ninth race of the season and with two races left on the schedule has a chance to become the first with double digit victories on the Cup circuit since Jimmy Johnson in two thousand seven Larson led a total of one hundred thirty laps on the day and this season has led the most laps in a season since the Cup schedule expanded twenty years ago Greg Echlin Kansas city Kansas

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CDC approves Moderna and J&J Covid vaccine boosters, allowing people to mix-and-match shots

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

CDC approves Moderna and J&J Covid vaccine boosters, allowing people to mix-and-match shots

"Millions more Americans are now eligible for Kobe nineteen vaccine booster shots and the CDC is trying to clear up confusion about just who can get them for people who got the Johnson and Johnson vaccine more than two months ago then they are eligible for about the time lines a bit longer for flies around the Georgia recipients more than six months ago you're eligible if you're over the age of sixty five and you're eligible if you live in a long term care facility and you're eligible if you're over the age of eighteen and you have underlying medical conditions or you live or work in a high risk place CDC cheaper shovel Lenski says that leaves millions of people not yet eligible so the definition of fully vaccinated will not change for now Sager

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AG Garland Won't Say if He Sought Ethics Guidance Regarding Ties to Son-in-Law's CRT-Promoting Company

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:03 min | 3 d ago

AG Garland Won't Say if He Sought Ethics Guidance Regarding Ties to Son-in-Law's CRT-Promoting Company

"Apparently there's a company. That Merrick Garland's son in law is part of or runs or works for that advocate, critical race theory. What's the name of the company guys I'm drawing a blank? I want to say Polaroid. It's not Polaroid. It's it starts with a pee, I think. Say it out loud, Derrick, what? Think this pattern. Panorama, that's what it is. Yeah, it is. It's panorama. So panorama is a company that Merrick Garland's son in law works for and so Merrick Garland is sicking the FBI on parents who are ostensibly challenging the business model of Merrick Garland's son in law. So yesterday, as the AG was appearing before the House judiciary committee, House judiciary committee member Mike Johnson congressman from Louisiana had this unbelievable exchange with Merrick Garland who immediately turned into like a stepford wife, he was like a robot. He started going to this talking point about this memorandum set. He's talking about the memo well you got to hear this. Did you excuse me? Did you seek ethics counsel before you issued a letter that directly relates to the financial interest of your family? Yes or no? This memorandum does not relate to the financial interests of anyone. It's I take that as a no. I take that as a no. Memorandum is against violence and threats of violence. Will you mister attorney general? Will you commit to having the appropriate ethics design the review the case and make the results public? This memorandum is aimed at violence and threats of violence. I understand you're talking point, you're not answering my question, mister attorney general. With all due respect, will you submit to an ethics review of this matter? Yes or no? There's no company in America or hopefully no law abiding citizen in America who believes that threats of violence should not be prevented. There are no conflicts of interest that anyone could have. According to you, but with due respect, that's the purpose of the federal regulation. We need objective third parties to review our activities. You don't get to make that decision yourself. It doesn't matter. You're the top, you're the chief law enforcement of this country. This raises questions in the minds of millions of Americans in your impartiality is being called into question. Why would you not submit to a simple ethics review of that? I am exquisitely aware of the ethics requirements. But you're not following them. I have followed them and lived with them for the last 25 years. Did you seek an ethics review of this or not? I want to say again, there are no conflicts of interest involved when the Justice Department. Okay, okay. According to you, I got that. I'm not trying to be distracted, but you are not respecting our rules, our constitutional norms and the federal law that directly applies to your

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Keenum, 3rd-string back Johnson lead Browns past Broncos

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 d ago

Keenum, 3rd-string back Johnson lead Browns past Broncos

"Third string running back D'Ernest Johnson rushed for one hundred forty six yards in guiding the Browns offense in the seventeen fourteen victory over the Broncos Johnson scored on a four yard run in the first half and picked up fifty two yards on seven carries as the Browns chewed up the final five seventeen it's always dream come true just to be here and just to be able to pay no estar N. just come out and help the team win case Keenum threw for a TD and was twenty one of thirty three for one hundred ninety nine yards in his first start in two years Denver quarterback teddy Bridgewater threw for a pair of TV's and gutted it out while playing with foot and quadriceps injuries the Broncos finished the game without linebacker von Miller because of a sprained ankle I'm Dave Ferrie

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Stacey Lennox: Democrats Are Already Crafting Their Excuse to Losing in the Midterms

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 4 d ago

Stacey Lennox: Democrats Are Already Crafting Their Excuse to Losing in the Midterms

"Anyway how do you know that Democrats think they will lose the House majority in the midterm she writes Because they are already crafting the excuse And they have Stacey Abrams who cause lies about her race in Georgia but that's okay She's allowed to deny an election What do you think about that Liz I bet Liz Cheney is no problem at all But about Benny Benny Johnson the chairman of the committee is he concerned about that No not in the least it's Benny Everyone knows Benny Once again Abrams was confident she could be the governor of Georgia and would have been if not for voter suppression of course Then the Senate majority leader such as he is schmuck E Chuck E. Schumer brought S 27 47 also known as the freedom to vote act up for a cloture vote Republicans filibustered the bill unanimously voting against it Because they're obviously all white supremacist who support Jim Crow I want you to listen to this The bill is senator Joe Manchin so called compromise bill to replace the for the people act When you hear it as a compromise bill you may assume Republicans were on board according to Jason sneed executive director the honest elections project mansions only compromises were between the left and the radical left Just like HR one this bill overrides state voter ID requirements Bans election integrity measures for absentee voting makes it harder for states to maintain updated accurate voter registration roles This is the mansion you see the moderate compromise I don't trust this guy mansion I don't trust this guy

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FDA OKs mixing COVID vaccines; backs Moderna, J&J boosters

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 d ago

FDA OKs mixing COVID vaccines; backs Moderna, J&J boosters

"Federal regulators are authorizing booster doses of the Madonna and Johnson and Johnson covert nineteen vaccines and the mixing of vaccines I'm Ben Thomas with the latest it's not the final word the CDC has that but the food and drug administration have signed off on extending boosters to Americans who got the maternal and Johnson and Johnson vaccine specifically the FDA authorized a third materna shot for seniors and others at high risk six months after their last shot one big change modernise booster will be half the dose of the first two shots for change a single shot the FDA says all recipients should get a second dose at least two months after their initial vaccination the FDA also says anyone eligible for shot can get a different brand of vaccine from the one they started with Ben Thomas Washington

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Mike and Chad Prather Discuss the Effectiveness of COVID Vaccines and Ivermectin

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:27 min | 5 d ago

Mike and Chad Prather Discuss the Effectiveness of COVID Vaccines and Ivermectin

"Know, I've been fascinated to hear people push back at my admission that I've been taking Ivermectin every week for about ten months. And when people challenge me, one guy, one pinhead pseudo intellectual call, and he said, how dare you? And I said, go to the NIH website. You can find it NIH. On the NIH website, there they actually have posted studies of the effectiveness of Iver Ivermectin. And yet, like you said, CDC, NIH, they say it. Then again, I remember I'm old enough to remember Doctor Fauci saying the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. You only needed one. That's the beauty of it. He said, you only needed one shot, one and done. Now, of course she's saying, we always knew it was a two shot regimen. A real shocker Chad prayer that millions of Americans are skeptical about the wisdom of these scientists. I have a 62nd video saved in my phone and on my files that talk about Fauci and how he has changed his tune. And it talks about the headlines from Fauci how it's 99% effective down to 40% and then finally it goes to the boosters. And you can literally see the numbers count down through the headlines. This is the kind of stuff we're up against right now in the world. And again, it to question that in any way, shape or form. Forget the fact that Ivermectin won a Nobel Prize in 2015 for its use in humans. Don't talk about any of that. They will cancel you in a

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Mike Receives His 2nd Johnson and Johnson Vaccine

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:06 min | 5 d ago

Mike Receives His 2nd Johnson and Johnson Vaccine

"Yesterday, I got the second Johnson & Johnson shot. Not everybody agrees with my decision. But even the people who disagree with my decision, at least in our world, my audience seems to understand that was my decision to make with my doctor. In full consultation with my very research, happy doctor. That that was the right thing for me to do. And incidentally, I'm feeling great, got the second Johnson & Johnson, apparently was the same full dose is the first, which kind of surprised me. I thought a booster was only a portion of it, but what do I know? That's why my doctor went to medical school. That's why I pay him. That's why I go to my doctor. I'm not going to try to fix my engine. I'm going to take it to the car dealer. I'm going to take it to the mechanic. I don't know how to fix the engine. I don't know what I should put in my body. That's why I go to my doctor. And he's got a lot of letters behind his name. And he believed that for me, a 61 year old, healthy, slightly overweight, white man, the second Johnson & Johnson shot was for me, and I got it, and I'm feeling fine.

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Mike Is Feeling Good After J&J Booster Shot

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | 5 d ago

Mike Is Feeling Good After J&J Booster Shot

"So far so good, got my second Johnson & Johnson shot yesterday. I'm now fully vexed. For now, double X, for now, who knows what they're gonna ask 6 months from now 12 months from now? And it might annoy you that I got the Johnson & Johnson shot yesterday. Spend time with my doctor's office. My doctor has researched it pretty thoroughly pretty carefully. He did not quite he wasn't real comfortable with mixing and matching kind of using the different technologies of the different way they do the vaccines. And so I got the second Johnson & Johnson shot, full dose, apparently the Johnson & Johnson booster is actually just a replication of the first Johnson & Johnson vaccine. And I feel great. I feel fantastic. And that was one of the other reasons why he thought it was a good idea for me to go with the Johnson & Johnson as a booster rather than Moderna or Pfizer as it has been suggested can be done pretty easily because they didn't have any side effects or any reaction to the Johnson & Johnson the first time he thought it would be a pretty good bet that I have the same easy experience this time and so far so good. Feeling great. Glad I got the game of the new vaccine card. I've got now October 19th as my second Johnson & Johnson vaccine. And that may not work for you, and I respect that. As do many

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FDA considering authorization of mixing and matching COVID-19 vaccine boosters

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 d ago

FDA considering authorization of mixing and matching COVID-19 vaccine boosters

"Federal regulators are expected to authorize the mixing and matching of cold it nineteen booster shots later this week the upcoming announcement by the food and drug administration is likely to occur along with the authorization for boosters on the mo turn it in Johnson and Johnson shots it was previewed by a U. S. health official familiar with the matter who's not authorized to speak publicly mixing and matching vaccines would provide flexibility for people seeking to maintain protection against cold at nineteen the FDA is expected to say that maintaining consistency in the virus course is still preferable my

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UK faces calls for ‘Plan B’ with virus cases high and rising

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 d ago

UK faces calls for ‘Plan B’ with virus cases high and rising

"Many scientists are pressing the British government to re impose social restrictions and speed up booster vaccinations as coronavirus infection rates already Europe's highest rise still further the U. K. recorded just over forty nine thousand you code in nineteen cases on Monday the largest number since mid July new infections average of forty three thousand a day over the past week a fifteen percent increase on the week before last week the office for national statistics estimated that one in six people in England had the virus one of the highest levels seen in Britain during the pandemic in July prime minister Boris Johnson's government lifted all the legal restrictions that had been imposed more than a year earlier to slow the spread of the virus including face coverings indoors and social distancing rules very strictly on them

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Fauci: J&J Vaccine 'Should Have Been a Two-Dose Vaccine'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | Last week

Fauci: J&J Vaccine 'Should Have Been a Two-Dose Vaccine'

"What do you make of news like Fauci's news that for those of us who got the J&J? Well, it should have been a two dose vaccine not one. It should have been two doses like Pfizer and Moderna Moderna is. Now you're telling us, well, you know why they're telling us now? Because they've had 9 ten months to study it. That's what people are afraid of. That's why you're worried about the vaccine because this is all new. It's clear as can be. Listen to what Fauci said. Now he's about as clear as mud on a good day, but here's foushee explaining why the FDA adviser believes that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine should have been two doses. Doctor Fauci, the FDA advisory panel unanimously recommended booster doses for the J&J vaccine. But the advice is for all people over 18 to get the shot even after just two months. We know this vaccine was not as effective as others. So should those 15 million people who got the vaccine be concerned given these recommendations? No, not at all. I think that they should feel good about it because what the advisers to the FDA felt is that given the data that they saw very likely this should have been a two dose vaccine to begin with. So the idea of wreck of making a recommendation that people who originally received J&J should receive a second dose 18 or older with none of the restrictions about whether or not you're at a high risk or not at a high risk, is that everyone who received that first dose of J&J were 18 and old that should receive it. So I think that's a very good thing. And I think it's very favorable for those who have received the J&J vaccine. I don't see that as a problem at

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Every Choice During the Pandemic Is a Roll of the Dice

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | Last week

Every Choice During the Pandemic Is a Roll of the Dice

"What I don't even know what decisions are right decisions anymore. I feel like such an idiot. I've got a, I'm gonna share this with you. I've got a family friend and a wedding. This coming weekend. And I know that many of the people who are gonna be congregating, don't believe in the vaccine. And I happen to believe in the vaccine. I respect your right not to. Just as I'm sure people who don't want to get the vaccine, respect my right to get a vaccine. I guess my doctor's getting me ready to give me the second Johnson & Johnson. Shot tomorrow. I'll be the first dope that dies of a vaccine overdose. I'm gonna have I'm gonna have horns and eyeballs growing out of my forehead by Friday. Either that or I'll get COVID and die anyway. I mean, you just wonder. And for me, it's role in the dice. You play the odds. I lost a bunch of weight because I thought being that real fat was gonna increase my chances of dying if I got COVID. But I'm going to live my life. Colin Powell lived his life. So this wedding for me next week has been agonizing because I was invited. And I'd love to be there. And I'm just not that comfortable with being in an enclosed space with dozens and dozens and dozens of people who aren't going to be vaccinated. Now I'm probably being stupid and thankfully this is a wonderful family and they're gracious and they're forgiving. I mean, I know they've behind my back. They're calling me a big fat baby, and they'd be right. I am. I'm a big fat baby. I know

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 UK prime minister to lead tributes to slain lawmaker Amess

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

UK prime minister to lead tributes to slain lawmaker Amess

"British prime minister Boris Johnson will lead a special session of tributes in parliament to the conservative lawmakers stabbed to death as he met constituents an attack that's fueled concern about politicians safety and the level of vitriol directed at them a twenty five year old British man of the Somali heritage idea how to be a highly is being held under the terrorism act on suspicion of murder in David I missus killing police say the suspect appears to have acted alone and may have had motivation links to Islamist extremism the death of the popular legislator who had served in parliament for almost forty years shocked Britain especially its political class it came five years after Labour Party lawmaker Jo **** was shot and stabbed to death by a far right extremist Zaria

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UK counterterror officers lead probe in lawmaker's slaying

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

UK counterterror officers lead probe in lawmaker's slaying

"A long serving member of the British parliament was stabbed to death David Amos was meeting with constituents at a church when he was stabbed I think everybody was deeply shocked and saddened heart stricken prime minister Boris Johnson says part of the reason for the shock is that Amos was so well liked above all he was one of the kindest nicest most gentle people in politics but he also had an outstanding record of passing laws to help the most vulnerable a twenty five year old man was arrested at the scene chief constable Ben Julian Harrington says counter terrorism officers are leading this case it will be for investigators to determine whether or not this is a terrorist incident but as always I will keep an open mind Amos was knighted by Queen Elizabeth in twenty fifteen for his service becoming Sir David I'm at Donahue

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FDA panel endorses booster shot for J&J COVID-19 vaccine

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last week

FDA panel endorses booster shot for J&J COVID-19 vaccine

"Federal health advisers have endorsed a Johnson and Johnson covert nineteen vaccine booster amid growing fears people who got the single dose are not as protected as those who received other vaccines the government says all three U. S. approved vaccines offer strong protection but the J. and J. version consistently shows lower effectiveness than the Medora and Pfizer vaccines which use a different technology FDA advisers like Dr Paul Offit say Americans who've been given the J. and J. shot need a boost I think that frankly would always the panel unanimously voted to back the J. and J. booster which the company's Dr penny Heaton says can be given as early as two months after the initial dose my waiter an even stronger and you response the same panel yesterday endorsement during his poster paint government regulators will decide in coming days whether to sign off Sager mag ani Washington

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Mike and Caller Angelo Discuss Why COVID Has Been so Politicized by the Left

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | Last week

Mike and Caller Angelo Discuss Why COVID Has Been so Politicized by the Left

"G let's see if you can give me a theory as to why the left has politicized COVID so much Angelo is in Queens, New York. Hey Angelo, how are you happy Friday? Hey, how you doing, happy Friday? Well, I guess it's just all political, maybe they want to just keep people out of the voting boots. They want mail in voting because I have written I'm a victim and Merck is making a pill. The only difference is it's going to cost $750 instead of $4. That's what that has a lot to do with it. Ivermectin is very inexpensive, and that has a huge, huge aspect of this, I think. It's a cheap inexpensive drug, big pharma doesn't profit from it like they do. I mean, do you know how much money Pfizer and BioNTech and all of what the Moderna vaccine and Johnson & Johnson? You know how much money they're making? Holy

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03:44 min | Last month

"k. johnson" Discussed on Spiritual Dope

"It and get it all. We'll get all situated as i mean you've got to start somewhere. I think that is impressive to see. Just how fast. Yoga has taken into the us right at his bed growing. I a fairly rapid clip Understanding as my real low l. Understand ben in the seats since around. Nineteen hundred or win whenever a yoga and came over. They were take jerry practice yet. not tossed in while you're talking about the series star. You talked about the syrians. Was that like you know. What are you saying there while there's no way that we are the only intelligent and living life in the entire cosmos in the entire milky way galaxy number one and then there's something like one hundred million probably infinite number of galaxies and then every galaxy has like five hundred billion stars. I mean there's just no way where the only living i mean at one point. Dinosaurs ruled the planet. Earth reptiles that didn't speak english. That looked pretty freaking scary so there could be. You know the drako's they say is a species. They look like lizards. Or what have you and they might just come down on earth. now it'd be kind of scary They might eat people. We don't really know Do i believe there are palladian. Yeah i do think. That's a star. And i do think that there are living entities there. And why maybe they're the ones coming down here and doing this crop circles because the crop circles are a in. I believe a phenomenon of ufo. With you've seen recordings of the little white balls that fly round suddenly in you know very quick speed of lightning time. There's this amazing geometrical. Perfectly mathematical structure that humans can do. They tried in the middle of the night to do it in the middle. And you know there's no way it's not as sophisticated and they can tell the difference of the grass So why they haven't been able to help us out a little bit more. I think because we have to help ourselves out of it because otherwise how is our consciousness going to change like what we're trying to get off this planet so we can just develop another planet and killed all life on that planet to like you know. I think that we're we shot down spacecraft. They need to be careful about how they make the approach it today after. Get us to where we're we're friendly and willing to accept them I understand as well that there are are Races that are already living on the planet errors and they've been living in the middle of the earth and the earth could be hollow if you look at if you look at torah field the tourists. It's a circular motion and it's hollow in the middle listening so the energy can go around. What's isn't there. A hole at the top of antarctica in the bottom of the northwest territories. The top and the bottom of the earth. The no now. I feel like i should google that stuff Lease you google richard byrd. Richard byrd was a captain and he was up in antarctica time and he went on a plane ride and he got diverted and he ended up somewhere and shangri la and he wrote about it and he was forbidden to talk about it while he was still in the army and when he died is journal revealed it So there could be something in the center of the earth.

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"k. johnson" Discussed on Spiritual Dope

Spiritual Dope

03:36 min | Last month

"k. johnson" Discussed on Spiritual Dope

"Our son. So there's two sons in the sky so you've seen recently a lot of photos with two sons in this guy and people are going. What softwares tucson's well. This happens every year because the serious jar is rising with the sun. So that is in alignment all serious. That is supposed to a planet. Where the syrians come from. And they that planet serious is aligned now with our son which is aligned with our earth so that is creating a shaft a quarter. It's going straight through to planet. Earth showering the planet earth without energy frequency vibration. What was really extra-special. This year was that we have the new moon exactly in the path so it was serious. Sun moon earth so this was especially powerful just like on the new moon in the full moon. Those are especially powerful times enforce to intention. So that's why we do new moon and for moon intention setting and clearings so in on top of this. The sirius star is in alignment with orion's belt that has three stars and those three stars were aligned with the tip. The points the three pyramids in giza. So i mean why were the pyramids built. Who built the pyramids you know. Did they build them exactly to line. Up with the stargate ryan you know. Is that how serious man and maybe maybe People or you know whatever you wanna call them aliens Other other types of beings came down and were able to access planet earth. Maybe that's how you know. When we when we send the shuttle off for spaceships off it has to coincide lying with you. Know the planets and things moving around in the sky so it's the same thing if another entity wants to come on a spaceship to earth. Maybe there has to be certain portals that takes for them to come down. And maybe that's why the pyramids cer- pointing up to three stars. So that's what happened on. August eighth so july twenty six to august twelfth that is the portal opening and closing so begins just like you see the moon. The moon slowly going from full moon to newman. We have that energy Shift is how During that date but august eighth is the apex of that alignment in the most powerful. So that's why everyone does ceremony on august eighth but we really do the work from july twenty six all the way through to August twelfth to get that full. You know you could utilize the energy. This is what we have to use to upgrade consciousness. We need to utilize these tools. That are being given to us by that really. Through the makeup of our cozma cosmos were renewed. Utilize the tools which we've forgotten to us because they dumped us down with ricky tv with even disneyland. I mean it's it's the dumbing down of our society. I mean they just finished. Some state just passed the law that you don't have to be able to know that the read to pass your high school examination. Really and there's there's no model modesty anymore album cover every every video you. It's just people wearing hardly anything. It look super hot and sexy. Hey yeah i get.

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"k. johnson" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

03:07 min | 3 months ago

"k. johnson" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Being the best. He when we don't get to hang out with celebrities like that's not realize but whenever people say like who have. You met the first one for me. Always tom cruise just because he walked in and he was a movie star but not in an attitude. No i like. You are the most charismatic. And when he talks to you he looks at you and he actually looks like he's listening. Just if overwhelming lay you. Oh i feel like at my career and my generation. We're a different generation room movie stars in my generation. There are people who get really strong. Do action movies. There are people who are super handsome and they do romantic movies and then they also work out a lot and then they do. Romantic and action. Movies do comedy and then lose weight and do more serious than i'm like there aren't aren't in my generation true like while you're an actual movie star working working with tom. Cruise was from me really fun. Because that's what. I thought this was l. if john gazelle jonah's to al pacino was what i wanted to be in this business. I wanted to be next to a true movie star. The actual movie stars different beasts. Like i was on a street with tom. Wants people sprinted at him but he the way he even handles that. Is that of a movie star. Yeah i really liked that experience. Because i got to see it was like you get to see if you hear about the sun but you live in the dark. It's neat rows of if i don't know if the census taker actually got to talk to him when they completed last year senses but under occupation i hope he wrote movie star. Yeah it's just not a edge exactly right. Yeah it's it's an all right now is entertainment industry but it you know it is. It is incredible. I will say is every time someone someone asks you know. How do i become seamless. How do i become a movie star. How to become an actor all that stuff. I repeatedly tell anyone in my general vicinity. You are a nice person. You are someone who is consistent and you give a shit and you have a good work like it's it can be simple. Yes well talking about this core and the reason that you work with the same group of people and part of it yes and shorthand that when you work with folks for a long time it's easier it is but part of it is people have to want to work with you. Yes it's true. And if you're a raging dick that's really you have a short shelf slash The other thing that you said which is interesting is there's different distinctions now and i don't think we named them clearly as.

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"k. johnson" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:58 min | 3 months ago

"k. johnson" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Everybody has their little team that they pull in collins little team and then i got a call from a then manager who said your friend. Communism movie called safety not guaranteed they like you and they like aubrey plaza for it and i didn't know her and it was the same thing i said before you know sight unseen if collin them in and so we just started meeting and then we were all together and we found a Came on board but he was last and but that movie was very clearly. We're going to make a movie. This is the first movie with our friend colin or my friends and you know watching that thing exploded for him. Was you know neat well but you did find yourself working. Ns exotic location or two or three with tom cruise in the tunnel. I talk about saying yes if someone calls me on the phone and says tom cruise from what missiles just being on so kind of so. You'd i'm an tom cruise fan I'm also afraid of them again in a real like actor and so i got the call. Tom wants an outskirts men. Who was directing. It was the one contacted me. And he's like you know i'd like to. I'd like improvise in blues. I think we could add a lot of comedy and have a lot of fun. I thought like not sounds like tom. Cruise like that sounds cool but as like all right and then i thought all right so i'm day comedic relief sky something that's easy and then like all right and then so he just kinda casually like would you do it and i said to my wife. I pitched it to her. Because we our kids to at the time. So i said but we all have to go to england for four months over summer. And she's like tom cruise. Yes so. I think i'm in and i read the script. And the first twenty five pages where his character and my character in a war zone have in buildings exploding. And i'm like this twenty pages of tom cruise stunts. And i don't wanna do tom cruise stunts so i contacted and said i think i'm out like i appreciate it but i'm not interested in like stunts i'd like i got interested in green screen movies. I don't get him like i don't need to be. I never need to be hung from a wire house. Like let somebody else do to the world of blackbox. I like those those feeders And then Tom cruise got word that i was passing and said yeah he wants to pass. You could pass have them do it to my face so i left..

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"k. johnson" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

03:56 min | 3 months ago

"k. johnson" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"And get away from making his mom like a trump followers. He's a ride right. What it's about as their disagreements on politics and it's more choosing a crazy caulton. He got really pissed at her and they were both raw. He should have forgiven her when he got older. She reached out goes into an important thing for us to put in that. She may be after he never did it as an adult. They're both in the wrong like now. It's too late gun. Don't screw it up again. Don't don't screw up with women and do the same pattern like star finding people and and how how sad that you had to make do under these conditions with susan sarandon and role for four poor thing or you know we were really scraping the bottom of the barrel or jk drc carded. You know we had no but it was funny and trenton. I did discuss this where we realized we could probably get top actors because you know. Drc came on board started working with us early on. We had pages for those scenes where you're doing zoom hertzel's and you know. I really wanted to work more with her. But i thought actually won't be available. Then she mountain she's like i'm home all the time right. We saw many hertzel's oh like she's already. I was texting with like. She's off doing her tv show. Now she's in pittsburgh she's gone. Students gone jake as got like every acts in like twenty minutes later. They'd be like you wanna just meet now. And i'm like this is incredible availabilities not gonna get. It's the i mean this is. I think we can all now that we are getting closer to the other side. We can all look back at the stuff that is ridiculous added. Though it's those moments yes lair when someone goes. What are you free any time. You want thorough sitting here alone native born until night. I can zoom if you want if you wanna be at four. Am all set alarm. A pretty bored right. That's it is it is. It is incredible sort of the time we all suddenly had..

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"k. johnson" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

05:16 min | 4 months ago

"k. johnson" Discussed on Everyonecast

"There's so much in an organized religion doctrine that really doesn't fit me and so i couldn't all consciousness subscribe to that and to try to live my life in such a box because for me. That was hypocritical So my journey spiritually has been about soft discovery and realizing into that whatever the universe has in store with me the messages are going to come from within. If i am still enough and quiet enough to listen if i'm place of being receptive then the answers will come Inspiration also comes from other people comes from nature and if you're paying attention whatever it is you're looking for as far as answers to your path answers to your future. They're all around you. It's just a matter of whether or not we're taking the time to listen to that and that's one of the things that you know. I teach people to do. Is that a lot of the times we're looking on the outside looking towards social media were looking towards the news were looking towards today's events. Were looking towards all these leaders. We think that they all have the answer. But i think stomach that's also how we've kind of gotten astray. We think that someone is more suitable than we are to navigate our own life path and that can really take us down a winding road. That's not intended for us at all so taking a break from all of that Outside noise outside direction and looking inward and realizing that we are powerful creatures and that we can do so many great and wonderful things but we have to take the time to really listen and to quiet and still those outside noises Originally got interested in the ministry however because one of my sons is an lgbtq plus community and in all reality i am. I am too But i wanted to provide a service for him and his friends which he has an extensive amount of that fall within that realm that were accepting of their choices to be an certain types of relationship and things that society especially here in the midwest Don't really accept. These people love in a way that doesn't conform to traditional means and so a lot of times. They're on the outs and for them to find somebody who will perform something like a hand fasting service or marriage rights or even relationship. Counseling can be quite a challenge for them. So i wanted to open my heart and my door to people like that. Who might be looking for something. What would you suggest for somebody who. Let's say Hypothetical character who who may may do a podcast but doesn't really know like what they're doing in life..

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"k. johnson" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

03:47 min | 4 months ago

"k. johnson" Discussed on Everyonecast

"I didn't like the idea of that. I didn't like the idea of only catering to a certain dynamic because it was their preference to listen instead of to watch so Yeah i think. That's the other reason why i kind of switch things up just a bit way. Deserve video link. Yeah there is now So on youtube. If you put in the search i am brienna johnson. I think it's all one word. My stuff should come up. And then i also do behind the teas tea series on there for my tea company that i owned bahati company so if you typed in bahati he company and the search. You'd also find the videos for that that sub. Ah api interested. You brought up your own journey a lot. I wonder if you want to be more specific about that. And how this whole podcasts fits into your whole personal journey. Sure it's kind of in the public eye. Now right not to take things at surface value because i feel like in the past for generations and decades. That's kind of what we did. That's where stereotypes come from that's where our biases come from Outside of you of course being taught those things but for me People on the surface. Think that i came from something. That was more well to do than i did. They think i came from education. They think that My life to a certain point was probably just great. And i've had all kinds of support. The truth is is that i came from lower middle class that i was abused as a child almost beaten to death at the age of seven and then from there i married very very young just to try to escape the abuse and ended up in a really toxic relationship that lasted almost two decades. So the best part of my life and the best part of my years kind of i guess taken or squandered or used in a way. That wasn't quite so productive. I ended up losing my self identity and the path that i was meant to be beyond to cater to someone else's wishes and dreams and then after i realized that and got out of that relationship ended up into a worse relationship That was physically abusive. And so i kind of just went into the cycle but it's me and my family. We've seen all kinds of obstacles including being homeless. I've been homeless twice once with my my first husband and our four sons and then we lived in a makeshift cabin in the middle of nowhere and missouri for three years without running water and we just we were basically survival mode. And so there's there's all kinds of stories in there right. You've got the parenting issues. You've got the survival issues you've got. The lack of income was all during the housing crash of two thousand eight. We pretty much lost. Everything has been lost his job. We had to start all over. And then you've got the other aspects of you know extended family and community and their role in. Why didn't they step in help more. So there's all kinds of things along my path along my journey. That i've had to i guess unload the baggage a little bit at a time and separated and sorted. Burn a few articles of clothing. But that's the journey has been deep. It's been vast. And i tell people all the time you can live for five six different lifetimes and one lifetime and i feel like at this time the stage in my life. I'm forty two years old. I feel like i've already lived four of those lifetimes. And at some point. I might be courageous enough to write it all down into get into book format but for now it's suffices that it's on the podcasts..

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"k. johnson" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

04:58 min | 4 months ago

"k. johnson" Discussed on Everyonecast

"Your own episode on this show. My left ear enjoyed making this episode. I'm anthony salvanto and this is brianna johnson. Tallow you call me at a terrible time. Because i was busy. Listening to your podcast. Really you can talk about your podcast so on your truth is about systemic issues not just the griping about what's going on today but how we have kind of influenced that and in exchange how our environments and have programmed us so we we rigor part a lot of the issues there Systemically and you know stuff from being raised in certain environments to how we perceive things as an adult so we break through a lot of those different things on the podcast And then it's kind of like anything. That's that's taboo tune other people don't want to talk about uncertain podcast. We kind of break. Those open Everything from her actually identity to self esteem. Parenting issues relationship is shoes anything. That's going on with the civil rights were all we are in it. We are in the thick of it. How do you find guests well at first What i was interested in is other people stories. you've listened to the first part of the podcasts. Most of them were about me. My journey into self discovery and reprogramming myself. But what i have come to find out is that not only. Does everyone have a story. Everyone has something that they're passionate about and all you have to do is really ask someone. What is it that you care about and right there. There's an episode for a podcast and that's really how it began but now since the words kind of gotten out i now have people that are coming to me and asking if they can be on the podcast. Which as a podcast. You can is very very thrilling. So that's that's something. I didn't think that i would experience especially not in my first year of being a podcast her. Yeah because you've been doing this podcast for a good while now. Yeah we're coming up on the anniversary the second season we're doing a second season launch. It's going to be a live cast We're going to have that on. Youtube and instagram live and we will have a live audience that night as well. We have Midst it's invitation only. It's at a nice little wine bar in downtown springfield missouri and we actually have two different sets of panels coming in and do some discussions. The first one is self identity self expression and so i'm asking members of the artistic community to come in and speak to us about their journeys and then the second panel is the z's having some young bloods come in and discuss with us their experience of covert and how it's really impacted their social development and then we have some live entertainers in between The different sessions. That are gonna come in. Entertain us a little..

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"k. johnson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:25 min | 4 months ago

"k. johnson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

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"k. johnson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

06:52 min | 4 months ago

"k. johnson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Like every you know like a one point every year like about new plants that contained. Emt like there's i think right someone. Oh gosh was this. Might have been in jonathan. I were or perhaps sasha wiggins one of them wrote in a book it would be easier this point to list the plants that don't contain being t contained. Emt who knows so. His question is why why. How do you if i tell you. Open this trap door and you will go into hyperspace and alien intelligences will download information to you. They will reveal. Shane said forty thousand past. Lives sent through you simultaneously. You can If you'd like to know the meaning of life will happily tell it to you whether or not you can retain it and bring shane a trip where he said reality is these two impossible mathematical equations brought together and every time there's a remainder a universes born to work out the remainder and like that's kind of as close as we get that fund lava lamp. Feeling going wow. That feels right. It feels like it's resolving itself like towards some sort of omega point like it's it's answering itself so that feels kinda right Why okay. So what i'm saying if there was a in my floor and i took you and you opened it and you had that experience and then we gave it to five hundred other people and when they opened the door in the floor they don't have the same experience but they have a similar experience. It's going to be really intense. It's going to be really intense. I had a friend get more people open that door. Or why are they not at least curious about opening that door. Why is red bull a phenomenon and not a again. I'm not recommending. Anyone do it but it is mckenna. Says that like our brains know what to do. With the mta it's similar to serotonin it's not like he says you'll probably know this because if you smoke something in three days later you wake up in a hot bath and you have an answer. The phone call in three days. Don't take that drug because your body didn't know what to do with it. Took you out of the game. Dmc goes through you and eight to twelve minutes and he says this is evidence that we know how to metabolize it it goes. Oh here's this let's do it and then we'll be done with it and then afterwards you're so sober. I mean ten minutes after you're sober. He's as you could schedule meetings. You couldn't you again. My friend who are twenty minutes afterwards. It's like completely done. my friend did it. And he had never done anything hard like that. He said he witnessed the birth of his children again. Because it asked him what would you like to do. And he said i'd like to see the birth of my child again and he went and watched it again and he was like i was there i watched it again and then he said ten minutes later i could have driven home. It was insane so if if it were a door in the floor like the biggest ball of yarn in idaho. I would have a line round the block. Meaning it's not going to damage is not going to hurt you. You're not gonna get cancer. It's not gonna kill you. It might be overwhelming. And it's kind of scary telling you that i'm sort of scared of doing it. In the way that i'm scared of jumping into the ocean if it's choppy i mean i have a reverence for it but if it were a physical door but it happens to be three. Inhales of of a clamp basically of a reduction of a plant right where the four inch headlines where their religions. Where i know. There's a great read it. And there's this podcast and there's joe rogan and there's alex gray and there's brian yeah. There's a pretty nice psychedelic renaissance going on but what is blocking the headline. It's gosh. I have a few ideas and some from from. You know just like terence mckenna. You know the the astonishing. I describe this and they're just going to be tear like if they really take you seriously. They're going be terrified for good reason. Why can it's it may be the most intense experience of your life and even for someone who's taken a big syke like in lsd trip. You can tell that person this might be the most intense experience of your life by far even above those things. Like that's enough to scare a lot of people including people take you seriously for a whole other group of people Everything you just described. Pete they might just like. You're just insane like you've been locked into luge in like what the fuck like you're like you're talking about holes in the floor and other reality like why would i wanna get your basically describing going crazy. Would you like to go crazy and believe in this weird stuff that i believe in. Would you like to believe in elves and other dimensions or would you like to be a normal person. There's a lot of people would say. Lb normal person. I'll take the no l you know operating system for my brain. Thank you very much. Yeah so and and for other people who are neither too terrified to do it nor are they afraid of the operating system with with the With the l. upgrades there's gonna be a whole other group of people that It's it's hard to inhale it like it's this whole thing of like s- the three big hits and like i said there's people that are obsessed on like how to get the standards now d- emt vape pens. So that's another. Although from what. I'm told it's hard to get a breakthrough dose from the vape pins wrong although people can get more teaser doses from it but for the full breakthrough. It's simply a hard thing. So there's a technological. I mean terence mckenna. I call this the price of entry. I remember he said that. In referenced at morning glory seeds which have a very mushroom like effect and in the light but but they give you more nausea much. Like peyote or something. But he is like. It's the price of admission folk. What are you afraid of a little tummy ache if you consider that. What shamanistic cultures. What does he call it endurance shamanism or or like pain shamanism. So the people that used to put hooks in their chests and hang for three days they were doing that to go into trance states and i was like comparatively of vape pen. Sounds pretty good. You know what i mean. Right they would take poison to almost die because the high of coming back from almost having died was similar was a psychedelic trance. Basically.

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"k. johnson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

08:56 min | 4 months ago

"k. johnson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Yeah one of my favorite movie head literally boy who would be giving him an inheritance of untold subtle suffering by putting him in a bubble. So there's no way out and there's no way out for you or me and this is what the great freedom of this too shall pass people with death. Sentences meaning a diagnosis or literally on death row tend not always. They have a chance to lighten up because what they thought was important. Just got pulverized. And i i mean picture. Our idea of an enlightened person sending certified mail. they're just sort of gig. There's just sorta giggling or matt to put it in in our terms pictured you smoked. Emt you know you smoked emt and you are in a post office sending certified letter how how fascinated would you be. If you knew that post off it wasn't real that everything was a projection of your mind or you could say was an alternate reality or something or an alternate hallucination. What's the difference you would in that asinine boring situation. Become enraptured and. I think that might be what enlightened people are doing is. They're going. I say it all the time but jesus says a faithless generation asks for assign. What does he mean he. This this is fucking. This is a dm trip. The kids heaven is before you. This is your certified letter. Story is a three-dimensional tactile inhalable. Tasteful frustration bowl angry -able hallucination. And when you wake up to it this is why i love studying about emt. Even though i haven't smoked it. i feel like. I already benefit. Because as i think about potentially doing it i go. Pete did and this is the trip. Your have not me. And that thought experiment imbues this moment with better resolution more space more laughter. More light more wonder more joy it can also be a little bit slippery and shaky but that's really what i'm what i'm after when i'm giving my daughter a bath and i go. What if this is the trip. I love that stuff. That scares the hell out of some people. But i go if at the in the middle of this interview. Pullout of dm teacher up. And i'm surrounded by friends. That is on one hand scary and slippery but it's also like holy fucking shit. What a miracle. We don't know what's going on here. And i like that feeling i i. It seems like you do too. I mean we're both smiling big. Oh yeah and i tell you. When they'd be it would be great to point out. Like i'd never tell anyone to use drugs whether it's caffeine or d. m. t. so donate i don't incorrect. Yes but i love to learn about what people have learned from. Whatever expensive if you ever do do you. I would love to hire bowel. Call plenty of people who've done psychedelics will say it's another level they get the three big installations in and people do say. There's something called the glass paper. Genie that can get. Get that. Sort of breakthrough dose from one inhalation. So there's nerd out online for countless hundreds of hours on how to smoke. Dm t most efficiently to get because some people just can't do it because they start hacking up my fear but And i've heard everything from like a spring chloraseptic into one's mouth to to reduce the is that they're going to call up and length of tube so that the emt is not too hot when they inhale it get recommend anything i'm today about. How but glance vapor genie. That's the type of pipe or something. Yeah yeah yeah that people you. It's actually a vaporizer. That was primarily created for cannabis but that people have figured out it's really efficient at vaporizing m. t. but then there's the classic sort of like there's a lot of ways to dmc but one of the classic ways of the glass pipe where it's heated underneath Essentially how people smoke methamphetamine. Which makes it. And then another major ways. Ike house Cracks these are numerous compares zero But i i talked to somebody. And that's what like stop them like something about the crankiness of it to do it. Yeah i understand but these are just you know like in different technologies again. I don't recommend anything but just different technologies. It's different than the way people it can be smoked. Like people smoke tobacco or cannabis in the sense of drawing aflame rui medium. It's a it's harder for people to get the three big hits that way. Because they're inhaling another substance they had to smoke with something like cannabis or an inert material but it can be packed in the middle of but the you know that the ways of people reported being more efficient. Are you know using the glass pipe. We're using something like the vapor genie. But how. I got lost die tactics on how to smoke. D- are you kidding. I wrote down spirit. How to optimize because all of this psyching up of myself if it led to me just not being able to do it would be a huge disappointment. It all do saying that it gets. It's another level and it's completely indescribable minute. Someone has had psychedelic experience. I don't. I don't intend if i do. That might psychedelic. Experience would give me anything nor my research. I would just saying this now. I was like. I don't think you're gonna if if you smoked dmt to. You're going to be like. I'm so glad i watched all those terence mckenna. I don't know i could be wrong. He has this great line where he goes you. Bring all your groceries with you meaning year. They're like you get transported to another reality and your body is there and your brain is there and you're just surrounded by entities inside of a hollowed out volcano and they're showing you impossible objects any one of which if you brought it back to the world would without saying anything change reality forever. He his great quotas he goes. The only risk is death by astonishment. He's like if that's the only thing you should be worried about because like you'll be grabbing your chest and your heart's beating because you're so excited and they're so excited that you're there have you've never done it or is this something the where it had to be the politicians. So i i. I just don't discuss. Whether or whether or not i have used the n. e. scheduled compound abassi. Well if i said i had half the people would say you're completely biased. You shouldn't be doing this research You know like you're just an evangelist. You're like by the nf. I said i had never taken one of these compounds like the other. Half of the people would say god. You're completely unethical. How could you do this to people. Well it's okay. You're a no win situation. Your facial hair definitely says you're open to it. Let him your shirt. And the shirt says. The shirt removes any ambiguity Let me ask you a question. The terrance asks. Dm t. is the door in the floor. Meaning it's this experience that people have and i'm quoting terrence again. Neither of us have done it but like terrence says there should be four inch headlines of this. It's like it's the only thing he's done that delivered on what he thought it would be. He says it's more astonishing than seeing atlantis. Rise up from the ocean or a ufo landed on the white house lawn. I think we are both big fans. He's more astonishing than either of those examples and he goes and yet there's no church dedicated to d mt. He's like from what he can tell in. I believe the soma in the ancient indian scriptures was probably silla sivan or anita miscarry. Am i saying that writers theory. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. Amanita amanita and cannabis and ephedra and mixtures of the above. Said things not. Dm to time. I don't. I don't know that there's a theory of that but we knew we learn Gosh over the and really accelerated since the sixties like we just learn.

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"k. johnson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

05:33 min | 4 months ago

"k. johnson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"I can feel myself being forgotten basically and i was like i said i don't normally talk to people i was like. You don't know this too shall pass 'cause mechanic calls that the great message of psychedelics. He's like this too shall pass. That's what it screaming. It's all a bunch of not in the. He actually has a very hopeful. And i would save hyper spiritual understanding of the cosmos working itself out to the omega point which christians have alpha omega. We have the big bang. We have the big crunch meaning. There's some unknown a tractor. That's pulling all of reality towards itself To higher and higher states of he would say novelty or complexity or perfection or understanding or consciousness. That's the same thing totally would say. You know what i mean and taryn saying look. I didn't want to believe this. But that's that's what i've been. That's what i've seen like. I didn't believe it. Until i saw it and i kind of lost my train of thought but that i'm glad i got to say that the whole idea like oh that this too shall pass no was in control but not in a bad way like we might all just be a bunch of skeletons having a cocktail party but don't lose hope you're the fact that being is. Is this great comfort. That means that existence is yearning for itself. There's an appetite to be and to explore into evolve and progress and we see it in nature and we see it in ourselves and we see higher and higher degrees of connectivity with human being so it keeps moving moving moving moving to further and further still and more and more horrible ways it's going it's complex defying in the other direction. But like you don't have to just a skeleton so who fucking cares you. This is just my little part of the great mystery. And i don't have to to attach to it but also can value it. It's a paradox. it's passing and it's the most precious thing in the world culinary thing going on yeah and human beings are in this solar system. We're the only ones like this. We are the height of novelty. We are the height of complexity. We are inventing the next a the next technology all of this new stuff. The psychedelic research. We are the cutting edge of evolution so like people don't recognize you from your tv show from thirty years ago. Wake up. i said to him. I said you gotta take some ellis t and i don't normally say that to people but i think it will tell you in my language and spiritual language that your as saint print. Saint bonaventure maybe said saint augustine. I am who. I am in god. Nothing more nothing less two d religious. It i am who i am in consciousness in the mystery in infinity. Nothing more nothing less. I am who. I am even less religious in the big picture. Nothing more nothing less. I'm not a separate thing. I am acog. I'm a cell in the great body. That is the cosmos you have a ticket to the big show and me going like. Geez that comedy set. They didn't laugh that hard you. You're already it right. Am i preaching up your alley or is this just like that. I mean you had a really great way of expressing this idea like like just its existence itself is this bursting forth of nothing for no reason. The it's the greatest miracle the only miracle that's ever happened. Reality itself is year a keeps bursting forth who would've predicted even from the big bang and from the initial stars. Like you know oh and brains and you know like octopus. It's not gonna stop like and you're part of that you are that this this completely unknown like it is the bursting and actually actually. It was that same philosopher that years ago was participants. And there's i think he said there's a french word for this this bursting forth into the macro. I don't know what the word is unafraid of a bursting forth and he said it had something to do with the the with sacks like the ejaculation. I said that. I've said or gods come shot or were the mysteries come up. Meaning i know that's grotesque. It's one of the reasons. I don't say it on stage anymore. Because it gets lost in the vulgarity. But it's true. It's this proposing infinite expansion at desires itself. Who knows what's gonna come at like like a person might come out of this person might create within a few generations thousands of other people person might invent millions of people. Right person might be the most important even if they don't save millions of people that person might be the most important person for another person on the planet met in their life. All of that is coming from someone shooting their their wad long. Don't even love stand that just things that's right that's right and that just like reality like the the miracle in the mystery like continuing.

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"k. johnson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

05:48 min | 4 months ago

"k. johnson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Oh session like. He's like opposites dialectics literally defining each other. That's everything opposites. Absolutely there is no like you know the love without. Hey there's no we always say there's no forward without behind you right like there is no like and he was just getting it at such a profound level. And he's like my god. I've taught this for years now. I finally get it became. He became blame it like and understood like that's at the heart of reality now. Is this whole divining things up in categorizing things. It's like these in light defines dark and vice versa. Like anyway it really hit home for him and so you do. See these like These people getting these in often these these lessons that that have been recounted over and over again and it does seem like there's this Again not always but this. It's it's remarkable. That people had these experiences were. They'll they'll say that this was like you like you were saying heat. This is like life in okay. Forgot a threat was. Oh i lost earlier. It's like sometimes in these full monty sessions. They will say exactly what you said like. This is a model of life like. It's like bio feedback. It's like my god. I can feel myself when i'm letting go it goes away. My problems go away. It's no obvious. I'm creating my own suffering and so obvious obsessing over the cancer is making this it's more cancer than the it's more suffering than the cancer itself at this point. Yeah yeah it's like my choosing to react to it and it's like this biofeedback in this lesson that like. That's it's everything. This is reality. We can choose to just say no. It's not supposed to be like this. And i can't show just this refusal of of acknowledging reality and working with reality you know and and yet so it's just like this biofeedback when you let go and say i'm going to accept this and in it's it's what i need. All i know is what i need to deal with right now. That's right it's what i need. Life has given it and you can choose and so it is amazing. People say this. And i see that as monks. The most helpful types of sessions. And i in reminds me something you mentioned earlier. There's this guy Jacka willa nick who he has this This clip of him saying when you when you're When you're stuck in life when no matter what bad happens to you try to say okay. You know like thank you. I forget his exact but like thank you what now. How good no. That's what it is a good. You know good. I just lost it thousand dollars good. I'm going to learn something about how i deal with that situation. Yeah yeah not to do it again. Good you know your dog died. I mean you can get into these horrific in. Maybe it's not achievable. I mean we'll have limitations in all cases but what can you like. Oh well here's a lesson in how to deal with life and death and here's an opportunity for me to step up with this horrific lot by that your dog or your mother or your your wife like this loved one. You've lost to like actually step up and be there for the other people who are suffering ooh and to learn one of life's most important lessons skate and i jumped to the extreme example. Because that's like. I don't think i could do it like in as a shining example or inobound just saying that like you choose to look at life always from this. I mean i experienced this. Yesterday i found out. I had to go into certified letter at the post office and i was like. I feel like ties to last time i went to do. The post office is the piece of. Why do we have to do this. Why are we still two thousand twenty one having to go to the post office to get a little green card in like i got yelled at because like only six people in the lobby in. It's on one sign with a million other science. You don't see it and then you don't know if it's okay to go to the little desk That's in the lobby. Instead of the exterior area. I and so i go. I get yelled at like a four year old to get out and wait and then it's off any. Is this whole thing and then the lady yells at me. That i didn't do it right. And it's like there's a whole verse of thing of like you know this exchange a stupid little experience. And i was really an bad mood yesterday last because i i got. The new york found out that this particular new thing. I have to go to the post office again which i did earlier today. And and And send a stupid certified letter you know right. I remembered choosing to do this at one point and it wasn't immediate but like you know what this is going to be a thing like. I'm going to figure out how to make this work. It's going to be an opportunity to tackle to redo the certified letter thing. How can i say yes to this and you know what if we were being really we would say look. You got another opportunity. In fact you're gonna keep getting these opportunities byron katie calls them like little alarm clocks that go off like website you started to slip into unconsciousness again. Here's a little abuzz. Like a little just to keep you remember it to keep your conscious and go. How can i surrender to sending a certified letter at the post office yet. Like pop quiz again. You know like you get it right. Here's another opportunity to polish. It and and i was a little more thoughtful. This actually went to one. That was just a ten minute..

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"k. johnson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"k. johnson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"He's so he's superfund and we were talking specifically about something you just mentioned which was like when you mix art psychedelics with he. His idea was dabs which is like a lot a lot. A lot of we'd like a huge amount of weed. Not just like smoking weed all the time but huge like heroic i guess if it's heroism huge doses of weed and he's like he thinks that's where you get a lot of the paranoid narcissist and you mentioned bad conspiracy theories but you get like the nothing is real people That like right when ramdas would say is they brought their ego with them to the kingdom of heaven that they they brought matt johnson to the right hand of god and that leads to a psychic psychic. Break like a psychotic break even and you come back and you become like a deeply unpleasant person. And that's what's so nice about having shane and you on is like but i'm glad that you mentioned it. It's not like runs. put it this way. He said a lot of the bad tripping has to do with the fact that people are reading. If psychedelics are opening a spiritual book like texting mysteries people are jumping to chapter twelve. Like they're taking a huge hit of something and they jumped to chapter twelve. They don't know anything about the true self. The false self. they don't know about ego. They don't know about awareness or they have no context whatsoever so it leads to like it's like a bad idea to jump into the middle of the ocean right. It's like practicing law with gesture. Commonsense.

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"k. johnson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

07:25 min | 4 months ago

"k. johnson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"It went by so fast. I hope you enjoy it as much as i did. Enjoy dr matthew. Johnson gets into it. Lick it you look you. I've only ever seen you in a little icon. And i'm loving this looking you. What's your first. And i'll ask you first. What your first impression is. Because i i've been getting a common one recently when people see me in person is that right after they've seen my profile. Pick the one. Well you're skinnier. You look younger and skinnier but like lasts I hope this doesn't bother you. Look less academic like your photo is very like author photo and this guy. I'm like let's get some pineapple on the beach. There's feeling to you that. I'm really relieved to see because i was like. Oh i hope he's okay. Not just being in the academic vein this chat or whatever you wanna do. But why am a psychedelic academic. Yeah there you go academic well. That's right people have been telling me is like the the photo i've been using basically as my professional photo for probably too long now is my beard is like that long was growing for like three years and chopped it up sometime into the pandemic when things were look like they were really serious like and i was taking the facemask guidelines member of the cdc put out this thing like on the these facial styles for men are okay and these ones aren't though. Yeah they did this. Maybe kind of like you know. I'm in the hospital university setting so it might be bigger kind of in my world but it was later didn't want really long z. Top beards basically basically. Yeah that was one of the ones that they didn't want anything that wouldn't allow like seat mitchell longer. Now basically this would allow mass to go around and z. z. Top one goes out. Would not but they did allow. I looked over and it's pretty comprehensive in like they have like zappa on it unlike. Franks me that guy must have been like testosterone because he grew hair because there's pluses and minuses grew hair out of his ears but one of the things like every inch of his face. The zappa is the handlebar moustache. Like like the whole the hulk stor. Yeah lemme kill mr for motorhead mustache but with a not a soul patch like a like a a soul garden card in the whole thing is like i just couldn't do it but i know i know what you mean. It's ultimate testosterone and. It's funny that's where i went Right to our beard more testosterone posturing. Because i know they're showing that you grow a facial hair you know like i always think of like a jason state. Them high testosterone leads to male pattern baldness and. He's kind of better ball like he's more manly with chest. Hair and blah. Bruce willis same sort of thing and then it was like it's facial hair and i know you're going to be able to talk about this. I used to have a joke about how drinking alcohol is proof as a mammal. You can just poison and stay upright like that's why men don't drink pinochle ladas on dates. Traditionally they drink whisky sissy. I don't need exactly donald. And he is in dad just guerrilla behavior. That's like that's like bonobo behaviour. You're you're you're like real and testosterone. Shame told me that. Shane months is poison. So the more so is a beard then look germs and shit can land on my cova catcher. And i'm fine like is it is it to levels of posturing having beard well. I'm somewhat masculine. I'm probably not maxed out because that comes with a lot of bad stuff so that probably off the monster beard during the pandemic was probably evidence of of not being at the the absolute extreme people have like what made me bring up is like people have gotten almost like They want like a rebate or something. Because they wanted me. they've liked. They broke me into something. And because of the psychedelic work. And i go send me your profile pic and everything and then like we wanted the beard. We wanted that kind of william james old style scholar. You know almost smoking a tobacco pipe. You know like a dude lacombe to in his not funny there so i. I'm assuming you are at least aware of terence mckenna. I don't know you like terrance. Oh yeah i'm a huge terence mckenna fan. I'm a huey. Listen to read. Every book and probably listen to more than than i should have. Yeah probably everything. I could get my hands on terms of his audience which is where he really as you know. Books are interesting and good but like listening to those seminars. Yeah i mean the order the irish bard speaker. That's where he yeah dined and somebody who'd showbiz like he doesn't project any doesn't even seem that interested in getting laughs or anything he's just sort of. He's just sort of talking the way a river. Babbel's i i'm not saying he's babbling. I'm saying like the way a creek is just sort of naturally producing the sort of effortless sound. He does that where he just keeps going. And going and going. And it's just more fascinating more fascinating so we have that in common. I'm listening to him and this goes back to your beard. He's like we are clothed in the aku trauma of our drugs right so mile where he says where where you see that the mushroom so like we we look like he sort of makes us interesting point where he goes you go to ireland and you can see that alcohol is the is the drug traditionally speaking of like you see it in the clothing you see it in the faces and the hair and then he you know that that's debatable. I suppose but like it's easier when he's making fun of us he goes you come to america and you can see in our clothing in our hair in our faces that we are a sugar meat. An alcohol society like the sugar the meat and the alcohol dresses us like it makes it makes us choose our clothes and our haircuts and all of this stuff. So when you have a guy like you who spelunky into the multi-diverse into hyperspace and studying it. don't we expect them that dimension to have an impact on you shane. Moss grew a huge wizard beer during the pandemic. And i was talking to him. Recently and i was like Maybe people on instagram. Tell you to shave the beard. And he's like no people. Tell me don't shave the beard. That'd be really mad. And i think it's because picture stone her picture of mushroom header a dead head. They look different and i. I'm talking a lot but isn't there something to be said about..

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"k. johnson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:50 min | 4 months ago

"k. johnson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"You made it weird with the homes. Look what's happening weirdos. This is matthew. Johnson dr matthew johnson. Excuse me he didn't correct me. This is dr matthew johnson guys. He is the professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences. At john hopkins is also one of the world's most published scientists on human effects of psychedelics and he's four spearheading spearheading spearheading. Yeah they said that. These the tip of the spear of psychedelic research at john hopkins As which johns hopkins. Excuse me the hopkins belongs to john. I've made a lot of mistakes in the intro. But we're keeping it. This is matthew johnson. We had a two hour. Chat about psychedelics and spirituality and science and it was awesome. And i really hope you enjoy it and thank you for listening and if you want to support the show try pete's pick this is this is how we keep the lights on. It means a lot. We don't have a patriot. We don't have a donate button if you like. This always free podcasts It would help us out if you if you try. One of the picks one of them is one of our oldest pete's picks. It's me on these. I'm currently wearing my panda red pandas. Well the other words red panda black standard black and white cameras so let me ask you something you wear that you can't see but it can make or break your day. If you guessed underwear you were listening to the beginning of the ad. When i said me on is and you probably have a lot of good days. It's usually there is a reason your underwear is the first thing you put on me. Uneasy believes you should be comfortable at your core..

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