Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Episode #213: UFOs Part 5 - A History of Unlikely Coincidences

Marty Garza returns once again with more of his excellent research and insights into the history of the UFO phenomenon. 

Marty had so much material prepared that this is the first in a two-part series, the second of which will be released next week as Episode #214. We recorded both episodes in one sitting. Lots of excellent material, as usual, fascinating stuff.  This time we tried something different; Russ did all the reading of Marty's prepared material, like a normal book report, allowing Marty to guide the conversation through both his written material and with further comments and responses to questions from us.

As this is the first in a two part series, there isn't actually much mention of "UFOs" in this episode....that will come in the next episode as we reach the conclusions of this part of Marty's research. This episode sets the stage for what we will be exploring next week, as we look at a series of historical accounts and events starting with John Dee and his Enochian Magic, and ending with Jack Parsons, L. Ron Hubbard, and Aleister Crowley and the Babylon Working.


Brothers of the Serpent Episode 213



7 comments:

  1. Okay, that was intense. Replay.

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  2. This was awesome. Thank you guys.

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  3. Marty mentioned two documentaries to watch back to back, one sounded like he said "So" is that what he said? anyone have any idea what the name of the one that he forgot could be?

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    1. The first one is "So about Aleister Crowley" its on youtube.

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    2. If you join the Discord you can ask him, he is very active there.

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  4. Great episode! Highly recommend the "Sinister Forces" by Peter Levenda from TrineDay. He derives strange connections from the ancient mound builders, to the occult, to JPL, to MK-ULTRA, to American politics. I think Marty might have mentioned Peter in the cast, but not the particular books.

    The BoT, Marty, Peter Levenda, and Graham Hancock should form a team. It would be like the Avengers equivalent of ancient history, archaeology, and unexplained phenomenon :)

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