We cover conspiracies of all types. From government coverups and cryptids knocking at your door, to ancient spiritual understandings and astrology. One thing is always sure to happen, you’ll “open up that 3rd eye” !This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5700337/advertisement
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Turns out, remote viewing isnt just for the woo-woo crowd afterall. The CIA was using it for a couple decades and most likely, still are. Hear about the stories that the governent has released and many other remote viewing stories from regular people... more
So people have predicted things that will happen as a result of playing with the illuminati cards. Pretty sure i said you could use them as tarot cards in the first one! MattyIce brings the facts about the game as we scroll through the entire deck, g... more
First and foremost, what you're about to hear is our live reaction to an actual alien/E.T. sighting. This is absolutely pure and genuine. I attached a video/audio at the end and if you're listening on the podcast, I posted it up on our Instagram @cul... more
Jonathan, idiot, Kamala wasn’t Hawaiian, he was literally called the Ugandan giant. Moron Jake, the holy roller, addicted to porn, dang. Jacob is the only adult male who is continuously going through puberty. His voice cracks nonstop like Peter Brady. Hey moron, voodoo child was Hollywood hogans song only, NWO had their own music, idiot. Once again, research before you talk, idiots. Jonathan, quit eating while recording, you’re disgusting. Can’t you wait until you’re done recording your fantasy ... more
I love the show overall. There has been so many good episodes, but it seems to me that u guys r getting into the main stream news more than anything now and I thought that was something yal were kind of against. Also I have never heard a single episode were u had a guest that was an everyday person. Mostly what I’ve noticed is a bunch of self righteous know it alls that r upper middle class that have no idea what normal everyday ppl think and how they live. Could we please hear the opinion of so... more
For a podcast that “opens your third eye” these guys are very close minded. If believing in God makes you a arrogant a**hole then I don’t want to believe in God.
Keep up the great work guys!
You guys are so funny but you also get in it and make sure I do my research
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