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This week on The Gralien Report, another week in the weird ensues as we launch into a discussion about Heinrich Himmler’s secret library on witchcraft, and what this had to do with secret British Naval intelligence operations carried out during the Second World War. We also take a look at the science behind asteroids and comets, in addition to spending a bit of time on the subject of strange sleep patterns, and a secret Chinese space station in Patagonia that has many intelligence experts raising their eyebrows.
And speaking of secretive affairs, we also have a special update about one of the World’s Most Secret Societies, and it’s exciting new daily news service (learn more here).
Getting around to the subject of travel and adventure, our friend Mike Migliore joins us to discuss the journey he and Micah will be making together, along with David Hatcher Childress and Jason Martell, to the landscapes of ancient Mayan ruins for the Ancient Mysteries Cruise, which will take place this September 2016. For more information on this ancient mysteries conference at sea, visit the official website for the cruise here.
Then rounding out the show’s second hour, we enter a discussion that deals with the “darker” side of history and politics, with a discussion of secret societies, their origins and role in ancient traditions, and their influence in the world today. Are secretive orders of elites actually manipulating world affairs from behind the scenes in the modern era? There may be more truth to this than many today would believe, in addition to a veritable “secret history of the Western World” in which such clandestine organizations have traditionally played a pivotal role.
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