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128: Irish Origins & the Roots of Tyranny



KMO welcomes Michael Tsarion back to the program to explore the extent of the Irish influence not only on so-called "Western Culture" but on the ancient world as well. Lots of feedback on last week's political discussion, music from Peter Kilbryde, and a visit from Ayasmina.

Entheogenesis Australis

When I sent Peter Kilbryde the clip from our interview that I was going to play, he wrote back to say:
Hi, KMO. Well, I dont know why you would want to broadcast the drunken egotistic and more importantly....out of tune....ramblings of mine.

They seem of little value to me...but do proceed if you see fit. You might say that I gave a presentation concerning Irish Icaros at the Conference and would relish the opportunity to give it to any interested groups and you can pass out this e mail address.
You can find recordings of all of the presentations given at the 4th Annual International Shamanism Conference here:

http://erocx1.blogspot.com/2008/08/4th-amazonian-shamanism-conference-mp3.html

You can reach Peter Micheal Kilbryde at <pkilbryde@yahoo.com>.

Comments

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aliasjonus
Nov. 13th, 2008 11:04 pm (UTC)
Glad I gave Micael another chance
I just got done with this episode and I'm very glad that I gave Tsarion another chance. He definitely sparked some interesting thoughts in this episode, that's why I keep listening.

I didn't realize my last post was going to be read on the podcast, I would have chosen my words more carefully had I known.

kmo
Nov. 14th, 2008 06:19 am (UTC)
Re: Glad I gave Micael another chance
I didn't realize my last post was going to be read on the podcast...

Yeah, I don't read much email (or LJ comments) on the show. It just so happened that I had some time to fill, and the comments posted to last week's show, taken together, held together rather well.

I would have chosen my words more carefully had I known.

You were quite articulate and effective in your communication.
blissentia
Nov. 14th, 2008 03:27 am (UTC)
I looked on this guy's website, and felt that Michael seemed too similar to David Icke for me. This is not to say that he does not have valuable things to say, just that his statements seem saturated with unverified metaphysical assertions. This is only a first impression though, and I think I'll have to dig further into this sight before I can make any more judgements.
kmo
Nov. 14th, 2008 06:15 am (UTC)
David Icke
Several C-Realm listeners have told me that they'd like to hear me interview David Icke. I have not invited him to participate on C-Realm. I'm guessing you'd rather I didn't.
blissentia
Nov. 14th, 2008 06:29 am (UTC)
Re: David Icke
Yeah, and it's not that I dislike David Icke. He seems to be a very kind hearted person. But rules of evidence are very important, and he seems unaware of them.

That said, his latest book, Infinite Love is the only truth, Everything else is illusion, is a very entertaining read.
kmo
Nov. 14th, 2008 03:36 pm (UTC)
Re: David Icke
I haven't read any of his books. I've just listened to talks and interviews, and I have to say, right up to the point where he starts talking about the big lizards, I'm right there with him. I think he absolutely nails the ways in which the media, the economic system, and the security-seeking psychological impulses of hominids who are evolutionarily conditioned to seek first and foremost the acceptance of the group keeps us inside a "no hassle zone" that is also a prison cell.
davidfkane
Nov. 19th, 2008 10:45 am (UTC)
Re: David Icke
I also agree with KMO on David Icke and also, for that matter, Alex Jones. Alex says that David Icke's work is like drinking a nice bowl of punch tasty bits of fruit floating in it, yummy wine, juice and then he starts talking about 6ft lizards. It's like finding a 'turd in the punchbowl', according to Jones, who asks 'Who is he working for? Is he trying to undermine the credibility of other researchers in the area?

I had a look at Michael Tsarion's website. I was most interested in the 'psychic vampirism' section. Tsarion describes this as the greatest threat. I agree with him. You should read it. It talks about the nature of Evil very clearly. It also reflects a lot of what is said by Laura Knight-Jadcyzk on the site: http://www.sott.net/

You might also be interested in a book called 'Political Ponerology', mentioned in the SOTT site a lot. I have a copy of this book. It lends support to what Tsarion says in the Psychic Vampirism section of his site.

David.

davidfkane
Nov. 19th, 2008 10:50 am (UTC)
Re: David Icke
On the C-Realm, he'd be preaching to the converted. So, if you do decide to interview him draw him out on the Reptilians, which rational people have a good deal of difficulty with. There may be something valuable about the reptilians thing that is not immediately apparent.
peristaltor
Dec. 2nd, 2008 03:45 am (UTC)
So Tsarion is one of those guys who shouldn't go to a cocktail party without first giving a speech outlining where he gets his political ideas. I should have known. I will concede that he has done a lot of research on this matter. I'm not quite ready to stipulate a Grand Conspiracy, but this interview was interesting.

I don't know where he got that 13,500 year number, but he might be interested in The Clovis Killer. I, too, am curious about Solutrian (sp?) arrowhead technology and South American human settlements that predate the Ice Bridge.
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