JaysAnalysis w Collins Bros-The UFO/Alien Scam Dismantled

This interview from last year needed to be redone because it was low quality.  The information, however, is top-notch and debunks the modern “alien” scam for what it is – a program engineered by deviant elites to sell a new mythos.  The alien mythos is now promoted by the “scientific” establishment as tolerable through ideas like panspermia, to the exclusion of other hypotheses, showing a clear agenda at work.  Discussing their forthcoming book Invoking the Beyond, the Collins brothers cover tremendous ground, detailing everything from Enlightenment epistemology and positivism to St. Simon and Auguste Comte to communism and socialism and the Anglo-American establishment, to aliens scams and black operations.  A must-hear interview!

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9 Comments on JaysAnalysis w Collins Bros-The UFO/Alien Scam Dismantled

  1. Johnny Someinternetperson // December 20, 2014 at 11:27 am // Reply

    My god, man, you know your subject matter. There’s a lot here to chew on — I wish you’d split this into smaller segments grouped by topic. Matter of fact, I just might do the work for you… Meanwhile, here are some snippets of thought on this conversation:

    I think you are too harsh on the scientific crowd. I can understand this, I used to be too harsh towards the deists. The two are very much alike in their subversion by criminally sociopathic elements of society. There’s science, and there’s technocratic scientism, just as you may say there’s theology and there’s hierarchal orthodoxy. I am as opposed as you to the reduction of the human being to an operant conditioned probabilistic automaton. No doubt the renascence conception of a clockwork universe — the beyond and the within — was key to the line of technocrats pulling strings, but their progenitors are as ancient as the shamans of those frightened spirits huddling on a cold night around the fire. Yes, there is a place for your conception of soul or spirit — sans immortality — within the fleshy meat of the brain and body.

    Incidentally, I’m not so harsh on some of the transhumanists. They even seemed to have stumbled in parallel to the ‘conspiracy community’ on the idea of predictive programming — only they call it ‘the bias of argument from fiction’, with the Terminator as the canonical example.

    I must also say you had me on the edge of my seat about whether you’d mention Orson Welles in relation The Flying Saucer as the genesis of a blueprint. (Incidentally, I’d like to see you do an analysis of Orson Welles’ last film, F for Fake.)

    And I implore you again, post a bitcoin address for donations. It’s really easy to set up, you don’t need to sign up for a service or anything. Download the official bitcoin wallet, make an address, and put it in your sidebar. I don’t know how many others might use it, but I sure will.

    • Ok will do. It slipped my mind. Thanks for your comments. My focus in undergrad was analytics, ontology, epistemology and philosophy of science and then phenomenology in grad school, so hopefully im better quality than a random joker. The Collins bros are professionals in their field and encyclopedias of knowledge, so youre not dealing with standard conspiracy theorists.

  2. categorical imperative // December 31, 2014 at 6:19 pm // Reply

    I can’t say I agree with the negative spin on Kant. The focus seems to start with the terms phenomenon and pneumenon and then extrapolates this (incorrectly imho) to Kant excluding all possibility of man knowing reality beyond the phenomenon.

    That isn’t the Kant I know.

    Kant 101 for me is that phenomenon is knowable and hard wired in us without necessity of something “a priori” (Kant called this entity intuition, for lack of a better word) for it to resonate as true. Pneumenon (term may or may not include moral truth, subjective truth, aestetic sense) requires the ” a priori” intuition to resonate as true.

  3. Great guest. Pity it was such crappy audio quality and so difficult to listen to.

  4. Platonism: Noumena exist and are knowable
    Kantianism: Noumena exist and are not knowable
    Scientism: Noumena do not exist

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