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Thursday, 24 July 2014

Red Ice Radio July 18, 2014

Jay Weidner - On the Edge of the Precipice of Civilization

Jay Weidner is a renowned author, filmmaker and hermetic scholar, considered to be a ‘modern-day Indiana Jones’ for his ongoing worldwide quests to find clues to mankind’s spiritual destiny. He is the director of the popular documentary, Kubrick's Odyssey among several others. Jay was featured in the History Channel’s documentary, The Lost Book of Nostradamus and in the History Channel’s special, Nostradamus 2012 and also in Brad Meltzer’s, Decoded. Jay is the co-author of The Mysteries of the Great Cross of Hendaye; Alchemy and the End of Time and A Monument to the End of Time. We’ll discuss current politics in America ranging from insane leftists such as Bill Ayers, to communism and neo-cons who push for war. Jay speaks about how we’re on the precipice of either a successful revolution or the final throes of the ending of our civilization. Later, Jay talks about how liberals do not see the bigger picture, only what makes them feel good in the moment. In the member’s hour, we’ll discuss the Hollywood propaganda machine and getting the alternative going. Jay ties in the Brotherhood of Saturn, which includes cultural Marxists who seek to “transform humanity into slaves for the gods.” Also, Jay gives his analysis of Leonard Cohen’s album The Future. Later, he discusses the wisdomification of the planet.

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1 comment:

  1. Wow. Two hours of insightful analysis only to arrive at the big secret towards the end that it's "the brotherhood of Saturn" and "devil worshipers" running holy-wood, another way of saying "German Death Cults." Way to go Weidner! lol And just when you thought he was sick of it all enough to really tell the truth, he chickens out. Who would have guessed? Wouldn't want to sabotage his upcoming movie and books before they put some shekels in his pocket now, would he? No! lol

    Also, Weidner, "Lolita" is a trite book only for people who know nothing about literature and Kubrick's version of Nabokov's book is one of his best films, certainly his best acted one, at-the-very-least the James Mason part next to the Malcolm McDowell part in "Clockwork Orange." Although denied by crafty Nabokov himself, one one level it's an allegory about Europe and America. Let's give him a hint: America is the 12 year old to Europe's statutory rapist (mentally lazy people like to lump everything together but there is a difference between pedophilia and statutory rape; one happens before puberty, the other after, where consent, even if given, is rightly regarded as not valid since given by a minor to a much older adult able to take advantage, at least since the 1920's, before that the age-of-consent being either 10 or 12 in most US states and 7 in pedophile-central Delaware! http://chnm.gmu.edu/cyh/primary-sources/24 ). It's "Eyes Wide Shut" that was the piece-of-crap. Regardless of how many stupid codes you can find in it, it fails as cinema and is by far Kubrick's worst film.


    ~ Negentropic

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