Episode 52 of Out There Radio features an interview with Randall Carlson. Randall is the founder of Sacred Geometry International, and is one of the most knowledgeable and experienced Freemasons in the Atlanta area. Randall is an experienced home-builder, and a leading expert on esotericism, archaeo-astronomy, and catastrophism.
Co-hosts Raymond Wiley and Austin Gandy also discuss their experiences at Infusion Festivals, and their constant battle with equipment malfunctions over the past two weeks.
If your hunger for podcasts is not sated by the end of this episode, and we know it never is, make sure to check out Out There Premium for another episode with Randall. We have an in-depth discussion of the structure and rituals of Freemasonry, and go deeper into the world of archaeo-astronomy and the geology of catastrophism.
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This 1970 documentary film by Ray Laurent profiles the Church of Satan and its founder, Anton LaVey.
Satanis: The Devil’s Mass features footage of church rituals, interviews with church members and, of course, plenty of LaVey monologues, explaining what Satanic philosophy is all about. We hear some of LaVey’s spooky organ playing and get a tour of his art collection — including a peek at LaVey’s own work.
After four long years, the Out There Radio crew has re-united, and will be producing a new season of weekly podcast episodes. In this much anticipated episode, Austin Gandy and Raymond Wiley re-introduce themselves, reflect on their experiences during the past four years, and discuss how their views about conspiracy theories, the occult, and counterculture have evolved.
In Out There news, we discuss the recent Aurora shooting, and how rapidly conspiracy narratives can be formed in a web 2.0 environment.
In our “phone a friend” segment, we talk to fellow podcaster and rock critic Nicholas Pell. Nick’s articles for L.A. Weekly have often landed him in hot water with rock fans, and in this segment you’ll find out why. We also get the skinny on Coincidence Control Network, one of our UK-based sister shows.
P.S. – Joe McFall will be appearing in future episodes. He’s got a baby to take care of, but he’s going to try to be in the show whenever he can.