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Mega-Interview: Jay on Ancient Metaphysics, Spies & Futurist Visions

The Afternoon Commute’s Hoax Buster’s Call invited me back to for a discussion which turned into a mega-interview on a vast array of topics: “John and myself have another great call with Jay Dyer (jaysanalysis.com). We discuss Max Horkheimer,Theodore W. Adorno, Frankfurt School,Marxism, banking, Columbia University, Institute for Social Research,the Nazis, the MACY Group, the…

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Jay on Sean Stone’s Buzzsaw: Sex, Consumerism & Philosophy of the Apocalypse

A big thanks to Sean Stone and Buzzsaw for having me on. “Is this the end of history? Explore the philosophy of the end of the world from sex and consumerism, to the lie of a technological utopia created through machines–we lift the veil of psy ops and false flags to examine what is under…

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Jay Dyer w Tim Kelly-Philosophy of Liberal Economics and Globalism

Jay Dyer joins the show again to continue the discussion regarding “stupid libertarianism” and his article “IQ, Psy-Ops and the Civilization of the Scam.” We discuss libertarianism’s philosophical shortcomings as well as its virtues. We then move on to discuss why so many libertarians refuse to contend with 9/11 Truth or deal with the large…

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The Metaphysical Implications of Nominalist Economics

By: Jay Dyer I recently opined in an interview my analysis of the alteration of western thought’s views about essence/ousia, matter and form, should be focused on the difference in Plato and Aristotle.  Eastern theologian and philosopher Dr. Philip Sherrard made this point when elucidating the transition from Platonic conceptions of methexis to Aristotelian hylomorphism. …

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American Gladiators: How The Running Man is Our Reality

By: Jay Dyer Cheesy 80s dystopian films constitute some of the best cinematic predictive programming, and 1987’s The Running Man is a fine specimen.  Full of Schawrzenegger’s grunts and “aagghhhs” (as opposed to a script), even Bloodsport has a contender for wooden acting and silly fight choreography with Running Man.  Nevertheless, Stephen King’s novel of the same name was…

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Jay Dyer w/Gould & Fitzgerald: Mystical Imperialism, Afghanistan & Beyond

Veteran researchers, historians, writers and geopolitical analysts Paul Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Gould joined me to discuss their scholarly works, notably Invisible History: The Untold Story of Afghanistan, Crossing Zero and The Voice. In this interview, we dive into mystical imperialism, the Great Game, black ops in Afghanistan, the role of geopolitical strategist Zbigniew Brzezinski and…

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A Family Operation: How The Godfather Trilogy Details Real Conspiracies

By: Jay Dyer Based on Mario Puzzo’s novel of the same name, Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather is known as one of the greatest films in cinematic history. Though the third installment has noticeably lower critical ratings, the trilogy as a whole is worthy viewing, but for JaysAnalysis, we will be taking a different route.  Not only is the…

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First Hour: Jay w/James Kelley-Virilio, Critical Theory, Hindu Chariot Esoterism, Techno-Nihilism

As requested, James Kelley returns to discuss a cornucopia of esoterica, that can only properly be explained in a list.  Topics covered include: Paul Virilio, Dr. Joseph P. Farrell, dialectics, the topological metaphor, critical theory, triads, Hindu esoterism, ancient near eastern civilizations, Genesis 6 texts and their true meaning, Kurzweil and transhumanism, Kubrick films such as…

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The Hidden Meaning Behind These 10 Classic Fantasy Films

By: Jennifer Sodini and Jay Dyer Collective Evolution Nostalgia is defined as the “sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations.” The feeling can sometimes be evoked from music, a pleasant memory of the past, or any sensory perception that was crystallized in time by a fondly experienced moment. An…

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Jay on Laches, Lysis & Euthyphro – Courage, Friendship, Piety

In this partial talk, I pick back up with the Platonic corpus to delve into the next 3 dialogues dealing with the virtues.  Expanding on the method of the Apology, Socrates continues to examine the beliefs of the men of Athens in terms what, precisely, bravery, friendship and religious piety are.  The answers are quite surprising,…

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The ’84 Somerset Carnival – A Short Story

By: Jay [A short story I’ve played with as chapter one in a longer tale. -Jay] (c) copyright “It’s bad Juju man, seriously,” Krik warned. “Bad Juju? What the hell are you talking about? Is that what your mom told you after she heated-up the family a quaint American microwave gumbo special?” Mark laughed. “Nah…

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From Manhattan Project to A.I.: The Coming Synthetic Rewrite of Nature

By: Jay It is not by accident or organic, “grassroots” trend that numerous films are coming focused on artificial intelligence and the transhumanist takeover.  From H.G. Wells’ tales of genetic chimaeras in The Island of Dr. Moreau to Sixth Day with Schwarzenegger, to coming A.I. films like Chappie, the predictive programming preparations are rolling out.   My recent…

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Jay’s Half Audio Summary/Analysis – Devil’s Game/Muslim Brotherhood

In this partial talk, I give my summary and analysis of the real history of the Muslim Brotherhood from Dreyfuss’ Devil’s Game and Mark Curtis’ Secret Affairs, two important books dealing with in-depth history and espionage.  The story you are told about Islam from the media is not accurate: Radical Islam has seen a long history of…

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Jay Dyer is a writer and researcher from the Southern US who obtained his B.A. in philosophy, while his graduate work focused on the interplay of literary theory, espionage and philosophy. His website, JaysAnalysis, is dedicated to investigating the deeper themes and messages found in our globalist pseudo culture, illustrating the connections between philosophy, metaphysics,…

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Artificial Intelligence (2001) – Transhumanist Fairy Tale

By: Jay Artificial Intelligence is the Stanley Kubrick script made into a 2001 film by famed director Steven Spielberg. A modern presentation of Pinocchio, the Spielberg/Kubrick A.I. operates on multiple levels as an allegory, as well as a morality tale of mankind’s potentially disastrous future given the rise of super advanced technology. Having viewed the film numerous times…

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Mark Hackard – Dostoevsky and Strategies of Subversion

RedIceCreations Radio3Fourteen ‘Mark Hackard is an independent foreign policy analyst. He earned a BA in Russian Language from Georgetown University and an MA in Russian, Eastern European and Eurasian Studies from Stanford University. Mark’s online project The Soul of the East is to ensure the valuable aspects of Russian political and religious thought are made…

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PARASITIC PROWL: Analysis of the Hollywood Pyschodrama ‘Nightcrawler’

Guest Post: Shawn Helton 21stCenturyWire The Hollywood thriller Nightcrawler takes you on a dark ride through the seedy streets of L.A., as death chasing video-stringer’s hunt for the next story to sell. When you peel back the layers of the film’s plot – you see a haunting vision of American media, popculture and hidden meaning……

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Plato’s Phaedo – Esoteric Analysis

By: Jay Phaedo is the dialogue of Plato that concerns Socrates’ final words.  The discussion revolves around a proposal by Socrates’ associates to defend his views of the afterlife and the immortality of the soul, followed by a counter argument by a Pythagorean, and a final rebuttal by Socrates before the recounting of his drinking the hemlock.  A great read, the…