Sorry for the lack of updates over the past month here on VISUP. The election cycle was rather exhausting, plus I've embarked upon several new projects since the start of the new year. Among other things, I'm trying my hand at filmmaking. We'll see how that goes, but hopefully I'll be more formally engaged in blogging soon.
Fortunately, The Farm will be seeing regular updates to fill the void. And February starts with two great new episodes. The first witnesses what will hopefully be the first of future collaborations with George from CAVDEF. George is an exciting young researcher whose been investigating the grizzly murder of JonBenet Ramsey. During this wide-ranging conversation, George and I tackle that case and many other things. Hint: as this is an installment in The Farm's ongoing Anti-Mystery Babylon series, it involves a secret society, and one many of you have almost surely never heard of before.
But that's not all. As this is also the first of the month, it also means it's time for another of premium show for The Farm's Subscribers' Section. For for the cost of $5 per month you receive to additional, full length shows per month, typically on the 1st and 16th. And I try my best to ensure these shows have exclusive guests and content.
So, up today is the great Greg Bishop. For those of you unaware, Greg's strange journey began when co-founded the magazine The Excluded Middle during the early 1990s. It covered a host of topics ranging from UFOs, new science, the paranormal, conspiracy, and psychedelia. During the early Naughts, he became the host of Radio Misterioso, which is still going strong today. He is also the author of several works, including Wake Up Down There!, Weird California, It Defies Language!, and of course the classic Project Beta.
For this chat, Greg and I cover the Bennewitz Affair, one of the most cautionary tales in all of conspiritainment. Other topics of note include, J. Allen Hynek, Jacques Vallee, targeted individuals, the Dulce mythos, the Association of Former Intelligence Officers, Greg's Co-Creation hypothesis, conspiracy theories, and the current state of Ufology. We also found the time to talk some rock 'n' roll and even a little Twin Peaks, which we both agree is the best depiction of the Other Side.
In addition to Greg, recent premium interviews have also featured Richard B. Spence and Christopher Knowles, while the coming weeks will see shows with the likes of Adam Gorightly and Walter Bosley, among others.
Nice! I'm Very anxious for your next installment on the orange men, as i'm now currently studying the history of the Republic of Ireland and the many factions of the IRA. What a great country with its history of resistance and contempt for them brits.ReplyDelete
I wonder what you're studying? I grew up in Belfast during the 70's & 80's, and current republican communities have fallen prey to the "reduction by seduction" of cushy government jobs and benefits etc, effectively nullifying their identity to the point where the extreme factions of the Ra are very much on the fringe and something if an embarrassment to the wider community. As I say to various pals "you should be more afraid when the Brits stop shooting you"...Delete
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I'm studying more the ideology than the actual facts and i know that it should be the other way around, but no worry as i will dive deeper once i'm ready to understand the motivations and background of each action (sorry, i know this sounds confuse). As the phrase "you should be more afraid when the brits stop shooting you", i couldn't agree more, since that 28 years after the malvinas war (or falklands if you wish) the British launched the neocolonial project for Latin america known as "Canning agenda", true evil business that i'm only beginning to get acquainted with but i sure suffer it's results as i really think that Jair Bolsonaro's election had a lot to do with british politicians bringing Cambridge analytica here in the first place, and astrazeneca being really the only vaccine being supported by my shitty fascist fuckhead president. You know what they say, the facts are there you just have to tie them together.Delete
If there is anything I can assist with, Alfenass, please drop a message on to any of these posts, and we'll see about linking in. I don't know where you're from, but I always found it funny that the Brits were sending elite troops to Colombia to train govt forces, and the IRA were sending their top men to train FARC...I wonder if they ever met on the flight?Delete
About the IRA/FARC relations, would you kindly drop your sources? I would appreciate very much! I'm from Minas Gerais, a state within Brazil, a place that English capital already had the chance to ruin, as one of the most historical towns of my state, Mariana, was destroyed by recklessness of a mining company that is half-owned by anglo-australian capital. 19 people died, working-class people. The fauna, historical sites, all of it permanently damaged by recklessness and neglect. This is only the beginning of a disgraceful era if the Right Wing politicians currently at power remain allowed to keep it up with the project of giving every possible chance for the Anglos to spread they dirty exploitative fingers in Brazilian land.Delete
Apologies for the delay Alfenass. Link above was a very famous story over here a few years ago, and you can be certain that this is not an isolated event!
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Re: JonBenet: It was a 'grisly' murder, not a 'grizzly' murder, unless a bear was involved.ReplyDelete
That stuff about Brazil and Cambridge Analytica makes a lot of sense. The whole BRICS thing stood in the way of the COVID/Great Reset project. That's been broken up save for its core states, Russia and China. The new US administration promises to ratchet up the pressure on the near abroad of both; this business of 'Uighur genocide' and "Assad is gassing his own pople" is right out of the Spanish American War playbook.ReplyDelete
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