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Joel Martin 🚀 7

👯 May 8, 2010

Farmers demonstrate how to clean up oil with hay.

Tonight’s show will be a good one! Our guest is Joel Martin, excellent paranormal investigator of the first rank. He was the go-to guy we were going to call last week when we weren’t able (at first) to connect with Jim Channon.

Everything always works out for the best, and now we have the best of both worlds – Jim is now safely tucked into the archives, and Joel is on tap for tonight, so it’s all good.

But first, I did want to point out this video, which is pictured here. I really hope we can push this idea along and get it to the people who need it the most. I guess that would be the people in charge of the oil spill which has been lapping ashore now, and which is a huge disaster.

The solution can be very simple, and natural, and sensible … just watch the video. And then try to get the most influential people you know to watch it and maybe the people we’ve hired to run this country can get the clue.

No chemicals. Easy, cheap, natural … and there could be jobs for truckers, shrimp boat captains, farmers with junk grass on their lands. Of course, no Wall Street guys or politicians would really profit unless they got down to the Gulf, put on some waders, and started heaving straw out onto the waters. Consider it an early tashlich, or at least a mitzvoh.

Lots to talk about tonight, including the new issue – now on press finally – and the Jacobs/Emma debate, which continues. Tune in at 6 PM EST, and get the goods.

The Show: Amazing stuff here – Joel Martin talks about research on his new book on Malachi Martin, the Amityville Horror hoax, and the very nature of evil. It’s gripping, thrilling, and uplifting. Plus, it’s just plain wonderful!

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Looking forward to the show today, I have been streaming my shows on Ham Radio I could stream yours too if thats ok with you? I’ll check back before the show. Thanks Jamie

Posted by: Jamie Havican 05/08/2010 at 05:37 PM

Sounds good to me … let me know if you need anything not too complicated at this end …

Posted by: Nancy 05/08/2010 at 05:51 PM

Thought I had posted, but I think my answer went into the ether. But yes, this sounds very cool.

Let me know if there’s something I have to do at my end …

Posted by: Nancy 05/08/2010 at 08:19 PM

Nancy asks, “Do we need God.”

If I may offer this in the absolute best faith. Godbody by Theodore Sturgeon. For me it is the high-water of all my religious concerns. It never got better than this in 62 years. Test me.

Boys and girls. I’m a loose canon and could be lobbing rounds at Bill and Nancy, given cause, at the drop of an offending hat. I write for the magazine — big whup. Friends and neighbors? These people are the real deal and every bit of a demonstrated yin and yang typifying radio at its best and very finest. I’m getting in this elevator at the ground floor. If they go public I want to buy stock. I don’t buy stock.

Godbody by Theodore Sturgeon

Posted by: Lehmberg 05/09/2010 at 06:50 PM

Oh boy! I haven’t read enough of Sturgeon and I’ve hit the “One Click” on Amazon. My copy should be here shortly. Beware of that button – it’s really fast.

Your taste, Mr. A, is impeccable: Let’s follow this trail … Bill Hicks, Terence McKenna, Ted Sturgeon … and you will not be the poorer. I would add Nabokov and maybe call it a day.

Desert island, indeed. Also, loves me some God.

Posted by: Nancy 05/09/2010 at 07:12 PM

I’ll be blown away if you’re not blown away. For my money it is hay on the oily waters of religious instability, insufficiency, insentience, and irresponsibility.

Posted by: Lehmberg 05/09/2010 at 09:15 PM

Well the others are a little more accessible [g]. but Nabokov, sure. …Didn’t he say once that he doesn’t write books for people who move their lips when they read… something TM was talking about… pretty intimidating presuming Nabokov wasn’t being an arrogant pore — just forthcoming.

Posted by: Lehmberg 05/10/2010 at 05:40 PM🚀
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