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Jeran Campanella | The Flat Earth, Early Explorers, & The Mysterious Polar Regions

Topics Covered: Flat Earth, Mysterious Places

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Join The Higherside Chats podcast, as host Greg Carlwood, talks Flat Earth, early explorers and the mysterious polar regions with guest, Jeran Campanella.

We know by now that the campaign of disinformation stretches like a spider web, intricately woven and designed to catch the unwitting.

But, trying to avoid the trap can be a seemingly daunting task when taking into account just how much of our understanding of reality is based on a carefully crafted narrative, littered with lies and deception.
Yes, beginning from our early years, we spend our days in school where our creativity and critical thinking are slowly stripped away and replaced with recited facts from history books written by a nefarious few pushing their own degenerate agenda.
We spend the crucial years of our youth being stuffed with inaccuracy, only to turn to the rabbit holes of the internet to help reshape our perspective and better understand this crazy universe that our rock, Earth, floats through.
And, fortunately today’s guest, Jeran Campanella joins The Higherside to discuss one of the pariahs of conspiracy : Flat Earth Theory.
[2:50] Starting at square one, Greg and Jeran first discuss the obvious flaws of the official narrative, by examining the role of N.A.S.A, the work of mainstream physicists such as, George Ellis, the fact that much of cosmology is based on philosophical notions and that space is a mathematical construct.
[15:42] After covering the various holes in the mainstream paradigm of the heliocentric model, Greg and Jeran deconstruct how such an enormous lie has withstood the test of time. They discuss some interesting abnormalities in career fields such as surveyors, and how these irregularities support the Flat Earth model. They also examine the role of mainstream figures such as Neil DeGrasse Tyson, and the spiritual implications of the Flat Earth model.
[31:56] We are all familiar with the age old phrase by Oscar Wilde “Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life”, and the impact of science fiction on real science is no different. Greg and Jaren discuss Arthur C. Clarke’s prediction regarding satellite technologyhow Jules Verne invented N.A.S.A, and a curious quote from William S. Burroughs crediting sci-fi writers in creating  “the blueprint for the space age”.
[43:00] Continuing with their discussion of “Puddle Theory”, exploration of Antarctica, and unrecorded lands in uncharted territory, Greg and Jeran discuss the importance of real investigation and the world governments’ efforts to prevent it.
Become a Plus Member at to hear a second hour of all THC episodes. This week’s included:

– the Moon’s oddities, and it’s place in the Flat Earth model

– meteors, asteroids, and impacts

– using true believers for disinformation, and their usefulness

– what are the stars in the flat Earth model, can we use them to prove one over the other?

– the ISS as evidence

– Donald Marshall, cloning, and Jaren’s actual contact with rapper B.O.B.

A few valuable resources from the interview:
Anatoly Fomenko and the New Chronology:
Sylvie’ Ivanowa on The Higherside Chats:
Eric Dubay on The Higherside Chats:
Eric Dubay’s “200 Proofs Earth is Not a Spinning Ball”:
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