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Jay on BR: Debating Aliens, Dystopan Film & Classical Liberalism

I join the Boiler Room regulars for a discussion that delves into debating aliens/UFOs, the best conspiracy-based and dystopian films, and the question of the philosophical presuppositions of classical liberal political philosophy and anthropology. Stream or download the MP3 here. Apologies for the loud vaping – I was on the go and didn’t realize I wasn’t…

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The Hidden Meaning of True Detective Season 2

See my analysis of True Detective Season 1 here. By: Jay Dyer “All the most powerful ideas in history go back to archetypes. This is particularly true of religious ideas, but the central concepts of science, philosophy, and ethics are no exception to this rule. In their present form they are variants of archetypal ideas,…

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Reality’s Rogue Nation: Mission Impossible 5 Analysis

By: Jay Dyer In Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, Tomkat returns to save the world, er, Tom, minus the Kat. In the last installment of Ethan Hunt’s (modeled after CIA spymaster Howard Hunt), the “Impossible Mission Force” was able to halt the enigmatic “Cobalt” in his apocalyptic attempt to kickstart evolutionary abiogenesis by nuking the globe. As…

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Mega-Interview: Jay on David Lynch Dreamscapes, Sciencegods & High School Hijinks

The Afternoon Commute’s Hoax Busters Call invited me back for a mega-interview. Topics covered in this podcast include: Brave New World, metaphysics, Huxley, The Organization Man, scientism, suppressed technology, David Lynch, dreamstates, occult Psy Ops, the divine council of sciencegods, false flag shootings, Neo-Darwinism, historical scams, ancient myths and warfare, Hollywood, AIDS, Piltdown Man and…

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Wild Card – Guest Analysis

Guest Post by: The Popcorn Reviewer Are big gaming companies behind casino-themed films? This is a question that has been posed by many marketing experts for years. Just like product placement in films, some believe that the major players in the casino industry have integrated the rewards of gambling into some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters…

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Numbered Man – An Analysis of The Prisoner (1967)

By: Jay Dyer 1960s spy fiction is some of my favorite fiction.  Developing its own unique aesthetic, from Bond to The Saint to Harry Palmer, the vivid, flamboyant style of both the spies and their cinema incarnations created an iconic pop phenomena that survives still (as 007 is still going strong).  Everyone knows 007, but few are aware of…

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Jay on Boiler Room – Kurt Cobain, Bilderberg and Spy Libido

Tune in to the Alternate Current Radio Network tonight for another episode of ‘The Boiler Room’with its new 2 hour format, with the LIVE broadcast starting at 8:00 PM-10:00 PM PST, or 11:00 PM-1:00 AM EST.  Join us for this brand new uninterruptible talk radio program, custom-designed for news hounds, media-maniacs, savants, exotic political animals…

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Jay w Jennifer Sodini: Esoteric Analysis of Classic 80s Films

Jennifer Sodini of EvolveandAscend.com joined me to discuss the article that we co-authored, “The Hidden Meaning Behind These 10 Classic Fantasy Films,” in order to go deeper into their symbolic meanings. While the article touches the surface, in this talk we get into Egyptology, hermeticism, biblical theology, philosophy, psychology and alchemy and numerous other hidden…

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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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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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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…