Today on everyone’s favorite conspiracy podcast:

This week we talk to Dr. Richard Alan Miller who has studied a wide array of fringe topics, has held several impressive positions, and has had a multitude of experiences that should impress any THC listener. From magick to military intelligence, from conspiracy to higher consciousness.

Strap in.

Dr. Miller’s website: http://richardalanmiller.com/

Also, check out the books Dr. Miller has written here: http://richardalanmiller.com/shop

Big thanks to for their cover of the THC theme song!

Review us on

  • iTunes
  • Google Play
  • Google Podcasts
  • Stichter
  • TuneIn

Follow us on

74 Comments ( click here to leave a comment )

74 responses to “Dr. Richard Alan Miller | Magick, Military Intelligence, and Higher Consciousness”

      • Does anyone else sense the overarching nuttiness of a good portion of former military guys? Every time I hear or read something by an “ex” military man, I can’t help but doubt their veracity. After all, this is the military we’re talking about.
        I’ll never forget Silvie Ivanowa refusing to talk about Antarctica on THC because of the military’s heavy involvement. Not that she’s military..
        I sense fuckery each time ex-military “truthers” speak.
        No disrespect towards any vets, just a thought.
        Thanks

         
        Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
      • He’s more enlightening than even Hebrew. Hahahahahaha.

        I’ve heard him talk quite a few times and I’m never sure what he’s saying.

        I like him. He reminds me of the saying about intelligence and madness being sometimes kissing cousins.

         
        Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  1. Brother Greg, at my age i’m generally not given to hyperbole, but that was, for my soul, more than a podcast. i’d had a shitty evening on podcast start-up stuff and seemingly spinning my wheels. I needed a break. some dinner and the new THC. As I listened, my first impression was a man filled with joy. And while didn’t “get” some of the specifics, the message hit me in the heart. It’s like an old 12th stepper who was trying to help my poor ass said…”Son, you better get with this. Real ain’t real and it ain’t gonna be till it finally hits you that it’s true. When you get that, then it’s real. I was confused but I started thinking on real ain’t real. On and off for, oh shit, years I suppose. in truth, I still am. What does that mean for my experience listening to Dr Miller. That it’s not always just the word, sometimes it’s the Spirit of the word. Much Love Greg…papadave

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  2. In response to that intro-call: Although they don’t specifically show the ‘Donald Trump on the Escalator” scene in that season 11 episode of The Simpsons, “Bart to the Future”, they do make reference to Trump having been president prior to Lisa being elected.

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  3. I really liked the topics and guest background, bu t yeah, I agree it would have been nice to have delved deeper into many of the topics you brought up. There were a few times I was left wondering if he even answered the question or if he was waiting for an opportunity to talk aboit something else he wanted to make sure he talked about. I would look forward to a future interview where he kept on topics.

    I did enjoy the conversation and felt you had great questions lined up. I got. The feeling that you had to piece this interview together and your time was limited so you pressed on to getother topics covered, however, the editing was so smooth that I wouldn’t have noticed if it weren’t for being so familiar with your interviewing style. Good job.

    I would be interested in reading his books if I could be assured his writing was more focused andbetter kept on one topic at a time than his interviews.I get the feeling you would need 5 hrs of conversation to get a 2hr interview of focused detailed topics.

    Overall, it was very interesting and left me wanting more. Good job. I wish you had more time with him to back him back up when he slid off topic to get a better answer. I’m up for another listen and will even pony up a 500 TracPhone card for it 😉

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
    • I’m listening to the interview again and I get excited to hear the answer to a interesting question you pitch to him and by the time he finishes “answering” the question he is so far off course that I couldn’t even relate what he said to the original question. .. or even REMEMBER the question.

      “Hahahahaha.. as a metaphor”

      Sheesh… Doc… “Get a grip.”

       
      Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
        • I didn’t say he “usually” or always went off course but there were times he would start to answer the question and end up on a different subject and left me wanting more details about the directed question instead of slidding of topic with a metaphor to end up talking about something off the path that was outlined.

          One of us is completely off base here. I follow his metaphors but the path he took afterwards sometimes had little to do with the original intended direction of the question.

           
          Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
          • Let me know where and maybe I can fill in.

            Three times through, and it seems to me he did answer Greg’s questions.

            He doesn’t connect all of the dots explicitly, but I’ve been listening to him for a few years. I may be able to help.

             
            Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
            • If I have time maybe I will try to listen again and take a few notes. I was just dissapointed a few times when Greg asked a few questions to which I very much was lookingforward to his thoughts, explain his insights and how he arrivedat them because he gave a ricocheted answer, followed up by a metaphor and then moved on to a rant in a different direction that felt more like a deliberate misdirection of conversation than any kind of decent answer. He seemed like he tried to cover up his misdirections with metaphors and verbal sight of hands more to me and since I felt tgey were questions that could lead to the most useful and insightful answers it left a bad taste in my mouth.

               
              Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
        • He didn’t answer the one at the end about MK Ultra and whether those projects were still ongoing or stopped. Instead of saying ‘yes’ or ‘no’ or I don’t know,’ he ‘answered’ an imaginary question and said they were about ‘intent’. ( ?)

           
          Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  4. Yes, I liked this. He was all over the place and Hard to follow at times, but I’m keen to listen to someone with such a lifetime of dam, bat shit crazy experiences!
    He had an all over all doomed “it’s the end times” message, that I’m not quite ready to follow, and I can’t seriously take Ben Fullford updates. But, Richard has been there and done that, I have not.
    Thank you Greg for pushing the boundaries. Appreciated.

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  5. Loved it! That laugh just kept making me laugh haha. While definitely far-out, I believe his sincerity, and that he believes in what he’s preaching. I just ordered ESP Induction looking forward to reading it. Thanks as always Greg

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  6. Loved it.

    So helpful.

    He really hit some points that have been gelling lately.

    For the people who couldn’t follow: get some base, do some catch up work, and try again. RAM isn’t changing now.

    The cavitation ball is absolutely fabulous. Yes, the moment you’re living NOW of course changes the space “behind” it, thus changing your past. You CAN change your past. That absolutely has been shown in labs in small very concrete ways.

    Regarding “spirits” for magick: ideally it absolutely should be our own higher and lower selves with which we are dealing. What a relief to hear him agree.

    If “God” is that dreaming Buddha as presented in Qabbala, and we’re separated out from that, then I’m God and you’re God and the spirits are all me all you anyway. 😉

    His take on the Hierophant was extremely helpful. I’m in a tarot study group currently reading 78 Degrees. The author discusses the Hierophant as the Id, which rubbed many of us wrong. Now I get it.

    Anyway, for those who couldn’t follow, keep trying. For those annoyed by his “skipping around”, keep up.

    Loved the Kucinich insights, loved the urban survival reminder.

    Also love his plant magic book.

    Keep it up Buttercup.
    Thank you Carlwood.

    I needed that.

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
    • If your addressing my comments and think I’m not “keeping up”, that I have to “get a base” and do some “catch up work” for what I stated then it seems to me that you are either too biased in favor of “RAM” or did not pay close enough attention to the interview to realize his immediate derailment on some of the topics.

      For the topics that he DID answer I felt they were very insightful and intriguing. I even found most of his derailments interesting and noteworthy, however, I feel I would have been able to appreciate the information to the questions if he had stayed on the path that Greg laid out for him with direct and specific questions.

      I did enjoy the interview but I feel your comments are an unfair assumption that others “don’t have a base”, “need to do some catching up” and need to “try again” while its clear that he was not answering some of the questions.

      I, personally, had no trouble “keeping up” with the interview at all… in fact, I kept up so well that I realized immediately that he didn’t actually answer the question that was asked. I even could follow along when he skidded out of control on some of the topics, and I even could appreciate what he was talking about when he did so.

      I am happy that you found this interview as interesting and insightful as I did, however, just because some of us pointed out obvious instances in the interview where “RAM” left us a little disappointed by not answering some of the questions and staying on topic, its not fair that for you to make comments to the affect that its somehow us who are faulty in this instance… and not you or”RAM”, who is clearly a hero of yours.

      While I think I may have taken out too tall of a soapbox for this reply already I would like to add that your attacks suggesting a lack of knowledge, research and ability to follow along, which in turn you are trying to infer you are of higher-mindedness of those who are addressing, you are actually proving quite the opposite by, not only proving your blatant inability to appreciate the strengths of a person you hold in very high regard while also recognizing their faults/mistakes at the same time, but actually lack the mindfullness of the situation and viewpoints of others to the point that you lash out at them with the intent to suggest they do not pocess a high enough state of awareness or level of intellect with the attempted inference that you ARE of high enough awareness and intellect, which implies you feel you have a higher level of intellect and awareness than those of us that simply pointed out a few topic derailments in the interview Thus, I reiterate, by the very act of writing your comment you actually proved the very opposite of what you tried to imply.

       
      Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
      • Mm. No.

        You felt like the questions weren’t answered and that he was derailing the interview.

        I saw where he *did* answer the questions. He did a lot of reframing, which was necessary to get them answered, and which apparently a lot of people can’t follow.

        That’s unfortunate.

        Maybe you could present a question or two that you feel he didn’t answer and I could connect the dots so you can see that he did?

        Or you can continue to be arrogant and insulting.

        I love it when the people who don’t get it claim more understanding than those that do.

        Hahahahah.

        It’s a METAPHOR.

         
        Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
        • “I love it when the people who don’t get it claim more understanding than those that do.”-That’s kinda my thoughts on this whole situation as well.

          “Or you can continue to be arrogant and insulting.”-Again, it seems to me that your comments are more of a reflection of your characteristics and actions than those of others (specifically me in this instance).

          I feel that I have already spent too much energy on this conversation. All of this because I (and others) felt RAM went off topic a few times snd was left wanting more details on certain topics? Really?

          I am not going to pretend that I know what type of person you are, your level of intellect or awareness, whether you have a “base” or not or even if your point of view in reguards to the interview is better than my own or not even though they differ.

          I humbly stand by my thoughts and statements with compassion to others’ opinions and percecptions, and an openminded willingness to re-evaluate my own beliefs when confronted with an opposing position. It sure would have been nice to have been afforded the same.

           
          Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
          • Let go of your ego yo. No one’s insulting you, and if they were, why let them have that power over you so that you feel the need to defend yourself? Let it go lol life’s too short to be worried about what others think/misunderstood

             
            Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
    • If you want to learn superb Tarot wisdom, check out Michael Tsarion on YouTube. His channel is called “Unslaved”. Best teacher I’ve ever come across and I’ve been (a) cross with many!?

       
      Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  7. This interview reminds me of Sean Stone’s interview with Michael Aquino. Dr Miller’s association with Tim Leary and the OTO
    leads me to believe he knows a lot more about what is going on then he revealed during the show. Greg, the Dr was impressed with
    how much you knew and the quality of your questions, and as the interview went on he loosened up and revealed quite a bit more
    information. I think at this point he had an uh oh moment and realized he may have revealed too much (not that THC listeners haven’t heard much of this before) and at this point he excused himself for the cable guy. As for the good Dr. I believe he quite possibly seen too much and it has taken it’s toll on his sanity. The rabbit hole is not for the faint of heart and or those with weak intestinal fortitude and if we can filter out the fear mongering and obvious disinfo we may find some nuggets of gold from Dr Miller.

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
    • It’s been a few days since I’ve listened to this one, but there were a few things of interest I wanted to comment on.
      I seem to recall at some point during the talk, Dr. Miller aired some complaints towards the current leadership of OTO, while also dropping a tantalizing fact that he was a student of the Burlingames. I would have LOVED to hear more details about his involvement with Ray & Mildred Burlingame, and what he may have known about the Solar Lodge (and ostentatiously the Solar Lodge’s tangential connection to the Charles Manson Murders).

       
      Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  8. While listening to this late last night when I couldn’t sleep
    I had never heard of a cavitation ball but the image in my minds eye
    was immediate – I had a vision of sine waves and the ball travelling along
    the crest of the wave of now with other waves oscillating on different frequencies
    and the ball was able to swap to another wave at the junction
    And then when he mentioned the use of metaphors being a powerful tool for making
    connections between things, I had a vision of that connection being like an instantaneous wormhole
    where this and that are connected by a temporary thread that unravelled in the middle over a period of time

    Greg if you’re seriously considering moving to the Mile High City or somewhere along the front range
    know that we are in the middle of another serious housing bubble

    In market speak, they say that the suckers always come rushing in at the end
    and three of my closest friends have upgraded their housing within the last six months
    which tells me that something’s gotta give…
    My mom used to work as a controller for a drywall supply company and saw tons
    of orders around CO Springs and along the front range before the 2008 financial crisis – keep in mind that the CIA
    has had some long held plans to shift work to Denver, which might also be contributing to this madness.
    That said – I’ve lived here my whole life and freaking love this state!

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  9. Good show. Greg, that show may be more important than you realize. I too wish there were more time to probe at specifics, to follow up on any of the myriad issues he brought up. One of the reasons I believe in being a member is to have that greater resolution, depth, and probity. But I can see you are just as frustrated, but be proud your show and how you put it together was a success.

    This was a gentleman who knows to speak the language of the birds to an extant, thus why I am all the more intrigued. Would I could just hear an hour on structural water, for example, to say nothing of the “boys from Brazil.” The man was even honest in his dishonesty,m if that makes sense. He was appealing to ears more nuanced,, and like Hermes, thought himself a trickster. Nevertheless, he did say many things that pulled me away from my attempts to dismiss his information as just more enigmas to wrap around our riddles.

    Perhaps he can do a show again, but perhaps the very nature of the man is not one to be pinned down. Perhaps, like so many of us, he has reaped but the surface of that which we all crave to understand in its roots.

    But his continuing discussion of metaphor was the key, and why I give this man more merit than perhaps an average guest. His discussion of hot chocolate as the perils of centralization of sovereign agents into cartels that do not have our best interests was just a plain and simple one.

    I almost wished you asked him about the Earth’s shape, and the secrets he thinks worthy of reflecting upon, instead of feeding him questions about what we think our the noteworthy examples. But you did your job well with a challenging guest who did not want to penetrate into any one topic, perhaps even because he might not have such a direct answer.

    What he did know was instinct, how the mystery traditions train a man to understand what intuition is, and why it is so vital to our overall cognitive process. Your best question, and most direct, was asking about those “boys from Brazil”, and in asking if there was a remnant Nazi presence, something that Dr. Joseph Farrell will wax long on. His answer in a hearty laugh mentioned Zionism, and then he began seguing into Gaza, and then blazed off into other territory, but that was perhaps a most interesting moment.

    Indeed, in a conspiracy culture trying to figure out if the Jesuits, Masons, Templars, Zionists, aliens, antediluvian cousins of man from the hollows of the earth, or whomever, are behind our problems. Know they enemy?

    This area is important.

    As a big fan of Joseph Farrell, I have not been satiated with his answers on connecting the dots, nor do I think Dr. Farrell tells us all he actually believes, but to live in world where one can still go to jail in our most modern Western nations for questioning the truths or myths of World War II, one has to wonder about our current mental paradigms, whether it means the good guys won the second world war for some noble purpose, or whether it means the world is not a globe as centuries of conditioning presents to us.

    What is important is not to have those immediate answers, but to have courageous people who continue to have the right and boldness to ask and challenge those bedrock facts that allegedly unify humanity to some common history that we assume to be true a priori.

    What have we not been told about Jesus Christ, for example? A topic important because 2,000 years after his alleged existence and affairs in life, his legacy remains the dominant religion on the planet, and it once — if it does not still — controls many a mind, including (ironically) those of so many Flat Earth advocates. And yet what do we know of this simple subject that is not shrouded in myth, disinformation, and millenia of speculation and debate? Will 911 truth be thus? Will all conspiracies, including those we practically almost understand in their entirety be actually known as explicit fact?

    It is amazing to me that so many who will bravely question the JFK conspiracy will not yield to 911, or those who will agree 911 is a farce, will not challenge the tenets or dogmas of history, and how even so many of the most skeptical of us will not challenge those most axiomatic and thus most entrenched dogmas and assumptions of reality.

    The rabbit hole always continues, but without corroboration and epistemological litmus tests, those who would seek truth in a world of lies might be condemned to a perpetual debating society, listening to shows like yours and countless others as if it is mere entertainment.

    And that is what worries me. Our generation is a wiser one than those who preceded us, those who broke the world, but our generation is also a softer one, more inclined to wonder and feel a rising is happening when all we might be doing is shouting to the wind.

    Your show is important, but at one point we must ask ourselves what purpose guides us after the first veils are lifted from our eyes. Will we continue to talk of black goo, and just laugh off how perplexing the riddles are? Riddles which in fact are chains which bind us?

    Or will we rise to break our chains?

    I do not have the answer. What sacrifice, what organization, what trust can be forged? And if we aspire to build a better world, how can we take that first step without information so basic as who is the enemy? What are the goals and stakes?

    And all this while a much more informed, connected, empowered hierarchy controls the very channels and tele-screens on which we shout to the wind in forums like one, in posts like this.

    Conspiracies are perhaps fun to speculate on, and the spirit of this show is such that the point of the show is to kick back and enjoy both information and disinformation coming to fuse into a kind of info-tainment for the philosopher soul.

    But as your guest mentioned the scarcity of water, do we think we are changing the world by informing people, bringing forward a discussion, or are we promoting the Brave New World unwittingly by giving a subtle resignation to those that would have believe that “so many things are going on” and “we will never know”, or worse, we cannot know truths with any certainty anyway, so might as well amuse ourselves figuring it out, like a puzzle designed without a solution, whose real purpose is not to be solved, but to keep the puzzler always puzzling?

    Is our world a Rubix cube that changes constantly even as we solve it, so that the best of us never take that martial action or assume our sovereign power with strength and courage we cannot yet imagine, just so we can keep playing at the puzzle game?

    A director of the CIA once boldly stated — and I paraphrase badly — that their job would be done when the American people could always be allowed to think they knew what was going on, so long as they were not allowed to know what was going on. The distinction is subtle, but important. The goal was to keep us uninformed, as he continued, and he stated it so bluntly.

    But the point remains. My guess is most of the people who listen to your show want to know the truth, and are not content to spend lifetimes in speculation. These are just shouts against the wind, no condemnation of your show, or the truth movement, or anything of the sort.

    I just wonder if is not time to evolve as a community — the greater community of philosophers, reformers, and world builders — to begin something new. We need to rise above the cognitive dissonance and know our world, if only for the first time.

    Man is born free, yet everywhere is in chains.

    Still.

    We need to break those chains.

    Good show. Keep up the good work.

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  10. Spooky Miller at last! My favorite podcast guest and an amazing man. His books are packed with knowledge and his spirit loaded with humor. Thanks so much for having him on … would love a return visit. Congrats on a top notch guest.

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  11. This lovely man sounded stoned. Loved loved loved his giggling! It made me laugh out loud whenever he giggled. I don’t rightly even remember what he SAID! I just remember thinking about how high he was and that he giggled just like an 8 year old girl!! Goina hafta listen to this again. If I can get past how cute this little old man is, I just might learn a thing or two. ?????

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  12. Holy shit dude got a real interview out of him! All the other videos I find of him are awful. His bandwidth is bad so he is on a phone. Or the host just blabbing over him.
    Above and beyond on Gregs part !
    I thought the doc ram had some great ways of piecing a world view together. Nuts for sure but that’s what’s needed. I’m going back and listening again to see what resonates this time around.

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
    • Exactly. Glad you said it. Was thinking it frequently listening to RAM. I think it is a MUST that Carlwood listen to Sevan’s Innerversity courses and ask him about those. For those who haven’t experienced them, they’re really missing out on deep esoteric knowledge, and they don’t even know it. I hope those who read this comment will take the plunge and purchase the courses that they may begin to take them in. You can email Secretenergy.com for a discount code if it is still available they will give you 20% off. Rest assured the price is worth it. To have a roundtable with RAM and Bomar would likely cause a singularity collapse of quantum psychology resulting in a mass consciousness spike the likes of which has seldom been seen. In short, all THC+ subscribers are highly encouraged to learn from the Innerversity. Words are whirleds, my friends.

       
      Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  13. Only been listening to THC for maybe a month and decided to do THC+ within the last couple weeks. I’ve been in and out interested in conspiracies and now I’m reeled right back in after finding such a gem of a show. Excellent guest and well thought out questions keep my attention. This show is by far one of the weirdest, most impressive, and honestly one of the worst audio on the guest’s end. I almost turned it off due to the sound but the information kept me on and the almost maniacally laugh kept me more interested.

    Best parts:
    -how he kept ending answers with ‘metaphor’
    -that laugh
    -great info

    -and lastly the end where he says the cable guy is at his door because ‘they’ keep doing this to him and disrupting his internet connection.

    Oh and I bought one of his books this afternoon 🙂

    Gold!

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  14. Great show as usual Greg! When he talked about Gerald Pollack I perked up; I’ve heard Dr. Pollack on another podcast and he was excellent. I’m not sure how he’d fit into a conspiracy podcast exactly, but maybe quite easily; water is a huge deal for personal health let alone the survival of the species. We collect spring water to avoid chlorine, fluoride, and the generally funky deadness of tap water. Spring water makes beautiful coffee! I was sad to hear his comments on coffee; I try to avoid blood sugar spikes, but I love java! Anyhow, the way Gerald Pollack speaks about structured water and its importance is eloquent and exciting; I’d love to hear what he’d say on your show. Keep up the good work Greg and a belated Happy Birthday! 🙂

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  15. Hilarious and great! Did he keep calling you Paul? Unless I’m hearing him wrong. LOL! So right about our country. I’ve been a nurse for 33 years and make less $ now than when I first started working. They don’t want to pay for years of experience so they hire new grads cheap. Who cares that they don’t know jack! Insane!

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  16. As always it’s a pleasure to attend your show. I’m always left with a smile. I ratherly enjoy these topics. This one though didn’t hit that mark. Because, I think his answers could have been deeper in the subject. It felt like we were tip toeing on the surfice. Like his deeper answers were reserved for his book. What can I say. I like the deep end. I feel most of the people here like it as well. Thank you Greg. Your work is awesome.

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  17. Thank you Greg – Dr RAM can be a tough gig as he communicates on so many levels and, as he has said in other interviews : “THC levels out his thought processes” (Dr RAM is a high functioning “savant”) so he is pretty much ‘smoking’ all the time. I love this guy and love you for having him as a guest.
    More please?

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  18. Holy. Shit.
    The good Dr. is so on point, it’s bloody scary! Wow! I’m with you, northplaza; he didn’t wander more than one that I could catch. Man, there must be some knowledge in that head! Listen with a pen and paper, and any time he drops a name or title that does not seem to fit, look it up. It will fit so well it will freak you! 🙂
    He answers questions like my Dad used to; 5 times over in 5 different ways with 5 times more info than you can process.

    Just his break down of timelines was worth the price of admission. Listen to his ‘cavitation ball with a white and black portal’ again; if you think you get it, listen again! Because if you actually got it, you would not be listening to this podcast, or reading this! 😉 That is some proper next level shit!

    “Slowing down your perception of time so as to master precision.” This is where it is at. Like Sherlock in the boxing ring, or the street fight, or Denzel cleaning up a mob of Russians in 19 seconds,( or me, falling off a dirtbike!! 🙂 )

    Also, at the risk of a downvote,( WTF?!) his take on entities, the moment, timelines, holographics and personal power/responsibilities is synched right up with Sevan Bomar. RAM is a Renaissance Hermit, who grew up white and privileged, and Bomar is a Mediterranean Gnostic who grew up black,( but not rough.)

    I like his take on psychology with the 22 Greek Gods being easier than the Egyptian ones for a modern city dweller. We can also use Tarot with 52. I have been doing lots of work to this end for a few months now, lucid dream and journeying style, seeking and gathering characters back so I am playing with a full deck, so this really jived with me.
    ‘Is that God’s story your own? Do you like the way it ends? Well, that’s how it will end for you, unless you pony up and change it!’

    And to finish; ” I am a religious scholar of Hermetics and Kabbala; you can’t kid a kidder!” Fucking gold! 🙂

    5 stars and a case of fancy-pants hand made organic ale!
    It’s a metaphor…. 😉

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
    • Haha, something tells me that you don’t really give a shit about a downvote. WTH is it about Sevan Bomar that provokes automatic downvotes at the mere mention of his name? Very strange, in a disturbing kinda way.

      Imo, you summed it up perfectly when you said; “He answers questions like my Dad used to; 5 times over in 5 different ways with 5 times more info than you can process.” A lot of what he said was over my head but it’s not his responsibility to break it down into bits that I can understand, it’s my responsibility to do the research so that I can understand.

      As someone who is not far behind him in chronological age, I was most impressed with his general outlook on life. We should all be so lucky to, a.) make it to 72, and b.) not get eaten up by cynicism and pessimism along the way. He’s struggling to make it and at his age that’s not a joke, yet he laughs often and much. He quotes Emerson on his site and I posted the link up thread but I think it bears repeating…

      ” To laugh often and much; To win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children; To earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; To appreciate beauty, to find the best in others; To leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch, or a redeemed social condition; To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded. ” Ralph Waldo Emerson

       
      Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
      • Yeah, that is a top 5 quote for me. In fact, I just stole it an slapped it on Stalkbook! 🙂
        I am finding more and more teachers are going this way, as opposed to the Zen G. way. ” I have the info, and I just don’t care if you want it or not, or if you think I’m (too) crazy or not. I’ve got real things to worry about, but, no man left behind, so here it is….”

        The other way is rattling the cages, getting indignant, shouting from the rooftops, grabbing folks by the neck and giving them a good shake. In fairness to Zen, he is not doing this much anymore, but it does seem like we are down to brass tacks, so as Ana Larramendi said on a podcast last week, ” Tring to stop ‘it’, ( she was talking about the desecration of The Biosphere) is pointless now. We have to work with it to bring about the new life to deal with the new situation.”

        As RAM said, time to wake up and get real.
        The Moment.

         
        Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  19. I thought that was a real mind blowing interview!
    I know about using sea mammals for military “work”. I work at a torpedo test range and in the late 1970’s or early 1980’s we had Beluga Whales in pens and they were used to retrieve sunken torpedoes after being tested (the belugas were trained to attach nose cones onto the torps so they could be retrieved. There was a problem with some transient killer whales that were hanging around the beluga pens so they had to scrap the project. I dont think green peace was very happy about it either….
    Just a tid bit for you….

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  20. I don’t agree with what he said at the end about it not being possible to hypnotise a person against their will. That’s what mind control is all about. It’s a combination of hypnosis, programming and brainwashing and unfortunately you can make a person do whatever you want and they won’t even remember doing it afterwards. I recommend the book ’22 faces’ by Judy Byington.

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  21. Pretty good interview all around. We shared a mutual friend (Thom Lyttle) and have spoken on the phone a few times. But I’m not allowed into the US or I would have gone and visited him and his ex-wife. Cheers…good luck on the money bomb! I just signed up or I would have….

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread
  22. I have listened to this episode 4 times now! So rich! This guy is possibly the wisest guy you have interviewed.

    “Your brain is a 4-dimensional hologram of a 5-space.” “…as a metaphor.” I sort of independently came to this same conclusion!

     
    Commenter ArchiveComments this thread

Leave a Reply