The Oct. 10 segment of The Art of Dreaming will consider the myth and back story of John Titor, who appeared on message boards in the 1990s claiming to be a time traveler from 2036, seeking an obscure old computer part. Easy to laugh off, but many things Titor predicted did indeed come to pass, even today. There are new updates about Titor, even sightings of his continued time travel and the paradox of his meeting his younger self; we will discuss that, as well as the concept of time travel. in literature, film and practical science.
In this broadcast, I discuss the history and nature of what is called “a false flag” event in war, politics and terrorism.
For the Wednesday, July show, we will talk to L.D.C. Fitzgerald, the pen name for a husband-and-wife writing team, about their novel Destination Dealey, a fast-paced, entertaining and insightful fictional account that asks: Would the future of the USA, and world, be worse had Kennedy not been assassinated?
July 25, Wednesday
8-10 PM Eastern, 5-7 PM Pacific
Revolution Radio @ Freedomslips.com
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Topics include the death of Sage Stallone, Hollywood, the hidden history of Jesus and The Urantia Book.
I discuss First Amendment issues in the 1960s-70s in vintage sleaze paperback publishing, and the curious case of the historic Prestor John.