Episode Number: 606
Episode Guest: Randall Carlson
Original Airdate: February 2, 2015
Episode Sponsors: Squarespace, Stamps.com, Onnit
Guest Bio: Randall Carlson is a master builder and architectural designer, teacher, geometrician, geomythologist, geological explorer, and renegade scholar.
Topics Discussed: Trip with Graham Hancock; deep history; Gobekli Tepe deliberately buried; ancient obsession with the sky and astronomy; airplanes in pyramids; drilling into two miles of ice; temperature over time; climate change and deniers; glacier recession; Holy Grail quest; plague; building cathedrals; little ice age; carbon dioxide and climate change; America under ice; glaciers melting; animals going extinct; biblical catastrophes; mammoth cemeteries; Native Americans; Bering Strait; Noah’s ark; stories of floods; people debating Randall; impact craters; Atlantis; microdiamonds; nuclear glass; why Randall does what he does; drugs; Path of the Pole book; impacts on the moon; water erosion of the The Great Sphinx of Giza; preventing mass extinction; sacred geometry; freemasons; secrecy and symbolism of the Freemasons; Moses, acacia, and DMT; psychedelics; music in the ’60s and ’70s; therapy; drug-free society; origin of human conflict; visits from aliens; Zecharia Sitchin; aliens engineering humans; bureaucracy; furlons and other units of measurement; New Jerusalem; cosmic patterns, cycles, and catastrophes.
My Thoughts: This wasn’t so much a conversation as it was a lecture. For much of the podcast Randall was displaying and referencing graphs and pictures, making this a podcast to watch rather than listen to if you have any interest in this guy or his area of expertise. He often spouted off dates and measurements which led me to space out on more than one occasion. Joe doesn’t talk much during this one, Randall just goes off on long tangents.
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