Radio Shows and Programs To Learn About The Truth

Well since there are just so many great sources of information that actually deliver a quality message I figured it would be wise to assemble a list of radio shows and programs that discuss all the stuff the Illuminati doesn't want you to hear about on CNN or Fox. Feel free to add your own favorites!

by Quinton on January 9th, 2009

Project Camelot

Project Camelot is emerging as a leader in providing information on subjects of "extraterrestrial visitation and contact, time travel, mind control, classified advanced technology, free energy, possible coming earth changes, and revealing plans that exist to control the human race." They have some of the most up to date and powerful video interviews available anywhere. They provide a few new interviews or so every month and are always updating their Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/jagbodhi. Be sure to check them out and subscribe to their channel.

Coast To Coast AM

C2C is probably the most popular show about truth. It covers pretty much all angles such as aliens, the Illuminati, high-end science, finance and anything else that isn't on the TV. It airs every night from 10 PM - 2 AM or you can simply subscribe and listen online at anytime. It's a great 4 hour show with tons of great information.

Alex Jones Show

Alex Jones focuses heavily on the New World Order. He has some outstanding guests and always has great information to cover. He usually releases a new show daily Monday - Friday and they are information packed. I would highly recommend. You can subscribe and download the full MP3 every day at http://www.prisonplanet.tv.

Conscious Media Network

CMN offers full video interviews with some of the most popular and best speakers on various subjects. They release quite a few interviews a month and they are always of high quality. The information here is hard to beat.

Patriot News Hour

This is a great 1 hour podcast that is aired daily Monday - Friday that primarily focuses on finance. They cover gold, stocks and the manipulation of our markets. A great, quick daily listen.

Lew Rockwell

Jeff Rense Program

Steve Quayle's Q-Files

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8 Comments

M: Is there anyway you can post

Is there anyway you can post the link along with the name of the shows i would love to hear some of them.

Quinton: The title of each one is a

The title of each one is a link :)

M: Durrrr

Durrrr thanks hehehehe

Quinton: No problem, feel free to add

No problem, feel free to add any that are missing.

M: John Lipscomb (Big John Don't Tread On Me)

Big John Lipscomb Don't tread on me and Herritage Seeds.

http://donttread.avrnlive.com/

This contains a list of different show airing at different times

http://radiotime.com/station/s_54650/RBN.aspx

usmjam: Morning Intelligence Report - Mark Koernke

The controversial Mark from Michigan was freed from incarceration and has been back on the air. The show is broadcast at 6 and & A.M. Pacific Time on http://microeffect.purestream.net:9680/ which is part of the "Worldwide Talk Radio" at http://www.themicroeffect.com

Koernke and the Michigan Militia folks present quite the survivalist viewpoint. Research them and listen with a discerning ear, as always.

The other programs on this station are alternative news types as well, including rebroadcasts of the iconic Jeff Rense. However I personally do not recommend the slant on Christianity presented by several of the other hosts on this station.

Shalafi: Podcasts that I like

C-Realm
Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt
Myth or Logic
Psychedelic Salon
Red Ice Radio
Radio Freeman
Dreamland with Whitley Strieber

and of course
Hour of the Time

I am also a fan of Steve Willner's Synchromysticism material on Labyrinth of the Psychonaut
http://www.youtube.com/user/soundlessdawn

bluesbaby5050: Here are some Radio shows,and some news sites--

To listen to subjects of interests on the links in the threads above . Thanks for this posts,and all the links too.Falcon.

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