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This two-hour edition of the Disinformation Podcasts is the 30th and final episode of the series. Join Raymond Wiley, Joe McFall, Austin Gandy, and Joe Nolan for one last journey into the bizarre undercurrents of the human psyche. Raymond talks about the recent release of his first book, The Georgia Guidestones: America's Most Mysterious Monument. Austin Gandy's Invisible College returns with a new take on the infamous Knights Templar, and the Oslo shootings they are said to have inspired. Joe Nolan's Insomnia delves into the undying myths of Carlos Castaneda, and the New Age subculture they have inspired. Finally, Raymond Wiley and Joe McFall present a retrospective discussion of their podcast careers, along with impressions of the occult mysteries, conspiracy theories, and obscure realms of belief featured in their seminal broadcasts. After 7 years, 80 podcasts, and more than a million downloads, these two friends say thank you and goodbye to the audience... For now.


This episode features an interview with Graham Hancock, author of Fingerprints of the Gods, Supernatural, The Sign and the Seal, and the recently released EntangledWe discuss Graham's influential work in the field of alternative history, 2012, his recent shift from non-fiction to fiction, and his views on the "War on Consciousness."


This episode features an interview with Tim Wallace-Murphy, author of Hidden Wisdom: Secrets of the Western Esoteric Tradition.  Tim talks about the history of the occult, the historical need for secrecy in this tradition, and what it has left us in modern times.  After the interview, Raymond and Joe celebrate their 5th anniversary as co-hosts by taking up their old mantle of armchair film critics.  Stay tuned for their scathing review of What in the World are they Spraying, a new documentary about the "chemtrail conspiracy."


This episode features an interview with Adam Elenbaas, author of Fishers of Men: The Gospel of an Ayahuasca Vision Quest.  Adam discusses his experiences in the Peruvian jungle with a psychedelic tea called Ayahuasca, and explains how it changed his spiritual outlook.   Stay tuned after the interview for details on Raymond & Joe's upcoming appearances at DragonCon 2010 in Atlanta.  The guys will be supporting events and lectures by Disinfo favorite Graham Hancock.


This episode features an interview with playwright John Burns.  John's latest work, Aleister Crowley: A Passion for Evil, is being performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer.  We discuss little known aspects of Crowley's life, including his childhood and his experiences as a mountaineer.  We also discuss the recent Disinformation documentary Aleister Crowley: In Search of the Great Beast 666, which attempts to dramatize Crowley's history through filmmaking.


This episode features an interview with bestselling author Jim Marrs.  Jim gives us the scoop on his new novel The Sisterhood of the Rose, and tells us the fascinating tale of the Aurora spaceship mystery of 1897.  Aliens, Occult Nazis, and The Sisterhood of the Rose, all on this episode of Disinformation: The Podcast.

We are proud to bring you an interview with Henry Lincoln, author of Holy Blood, Holy Grail, and subject of the Disinformation Company documentary Origins of the Da Vinci Code.  Henry's work was the basis for Dan Brown's famous novel, as well as numerous other works in the genre.  We discuss the mystery surrounding the town of Rennes-le-Chateau, and even talk about Henry's early work, including writing the second series of Dr. Who.


This episode features an interview with Robert Greenwald, head of Brave New Films and the director of the new Disinformation documentary Rethink Afghanistan.  We also discuss Robert's previous films, including Outfoxed: Ruper Murdoch's War on Journalism, Wal-Mart: The High Cost of a Low Price, and Iraq for Sale.

This episode features an interview with Alexandra Bruce, author of 2012: Science or Superstition.

This episode features an interview with author and media wizard Douglas Rushkoff.  We discuss his new book, Life Inc.: How the World Became a Corporation and How to Take It Back , his work as a media correspondent with the groundbreaking PBS series Frontline, and his long time interest in counter-culture.