Belief Hole Paranormal, Conspiracy and Brother Fights

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Three brothers explore, debate and sometimes snicker over the fantastic and mysterious goings ons that exist at the fringes of our reality - everything from the average Bigfoot encounter to the fringiest of fringe conspiracy theories, often challenging their own beliefs.. and sometimes each other's sanity. Good humor, good drinks and good discussion. Listen, laugh and contemplate along with the brothers of the Belief Hole Podcast. Why? Because they love you, and we’re all in this strange place together!

E06 | The Princess Diana Conspiracy, Future Visions and Dreamscapes

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After brief weavings through conversations of Scientology’s celebrity strangleholds and our own linguistic self-sabotage at the movie theater, we resume the topic of George Church’s futuristic imaginings of synthetic biology, de-extinction and the resurrection of “harry elephants” to save the world. These fantastic technological visions take us down a belief hole of research into historical figures who literally dreamt of revolutionary scientific breakthroughs and woke to then bring them forth into our reality.

This trickles into a brief discussion on the science fiction savant that was Phillip K. Dick, his revelation of the reality of simulation theory and his personal experience with remembering a hidden, yet all too real, dystopian society that we all actually exist within.

Once the necessary 80’s and 90’s pop culture references have saturated enough of the episode, we swerve into Jeremy’s research involving the suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of Lady Di. Colored with sonic collages that include her personal fears and acknowledgement of the royal conspiracy to have her assassinated.

..Also .. Jeremy’s personal Mia the Bee Mandela Effect, Starbucks Siren seduction and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s soft skin.

So gather ‘round the fire, crack a beer, and string the garlic around your motorhome, cause tonight there are strange whispers of lunatic ideas drifting just behind the tree line.



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