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L. Frank Baum wrote a book which was adapted into one of the most significant films of all time. Some say he was a Theosophist who studied the occult, and that his book was a thinly-veiled tale of spiritual initiation and ascension. Is there any real evidence to support these claims? And, if so, what does it have to do with the grand event we know as 9/11?
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Can you remember the Ron Paul Revolution, or life before 'social media'? Which is more harmful: teaching children to believe in Santa Claus, or persuading 'grownups' to believe in dinosaurs? Is there any money to be made in the contemporary conspiracy culture industry, or would it more lucrative to operate a humble Tibetan basket-weaving forum?
Joining me to discuss these questions and more was a Member Call n00bie from the American Midwest.
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Lindsay joins me live on the verandah to discuss the Dinoskeptic film and so much more. Streamed live on Saturday, 24-Nov-2018.
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One of the most rewarding elements of my time in the ACT realm has been the private correspondence I have received from individuals all around the world. Hundreds of people out there, some of whom will read these very words, have shared with me their personal experiences and insights from their own journeys in the process of what I personally refer to as 'deprogramming'.