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October, 2022

October 31, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 515

War of the Worlds - The Mercury Theater on the Air - October 30, 1938

Well, this is it! The mother load when it comes to "Theater of the Mind," for this is the one that proved it's true potential. So much so that new rules went into effect shortly after the broadcast, essentially forbidding Orson Welles from ever pulling such a stunt again. Of course everybody knows the old story of Orson Welles "punking" America with this broadcast back on the night before All Hallow's Eve in the year 1938. Tonight you will hear how it was done, as our own Brian Helix and Sally Belle-Époque present The Mercury Theater on the Air and their historic, for all the wrong reasons, presentation of H.G. Wells War of the Worlds. Orson Welles always gave credit to his good friend, the character actor Ray Collins, for putting it over. He played three key roles, including the radio announcer who apes the tone of the crash of the Hindenburg broadcast from just the year before. Sure it sounds dated today because it is vintage radio 1938 style, but that's just what made it work back then. Imitating the regular, mediocre fare that comprised much of the commercial radio diet was child's play for the Mercury Theater gang, and that set Mr. Collins up to break in and make history. Most remember him as Lt. Arthur Tragg on the old Perry Mason show. Tonight we learn he was much more the troublemaker as a younger man, and, of course, this was before he joined the LAPD.

October 28, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 645

Good evening and welcome. It is the Sixth Hour and this is Brian Helix, once again bidding you welcome, and inviting you to join me, as I once more pound the Doomsday Beat. Tonight, the scenario we imagine is "Aliens Invade Earth," and let's just say here at the outset, that when the History Channel tackles this topic, you can be sure that the outcome won't be nearly as cheery as when the aliens all suddenly dropped dead from all our human maladies during the War of the Worlds. You can hear all about it for yourself, as we'll be repeating our broadcast of the Orson Welles classic from earlier in the year on All Hallows Eve. No, when the History Channel does doomsday, they do it right, and by the end of the program you can always count on humanity being totally annihilated. Makes one wonder just what it is about us that finds this so entertaining that we have to keep coming back and lapping it up every week like the proverbial dog of Proverbs. And, of course, what the History Channel totally misses is the part about the aliens really being demons from an other dimension that we call Hell, who are here to deceive us into giving our souls away to the devil so we might join them (not to mention him) there for eternity. I guess we really have come full circle this week, as we began with Anil Seth suggesting we have no souls, and end with aliens, wiping us out bodily so they can drag the souls we supposedly don't have back into Hell with them. Run that through the old processor a few times, and see if it doesn't make all that electricity in your brain crackle and snap a little bit.

October 27, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 644

Ancient Mysteries: Quest for the Holy Grail

We haven't presented a program on the quest for the Holy Grail since our Hidden History series last year, so when we happened upon this little number, we decided it was meant to be, and so here you have it. This is from Ancient Mysteries, and features Leonard Nimoy doing the narration, as a typical selection of handpicked scholars provide the resident expertise. A very basic treatment, well done and with few surprises, but an hour of your time well spent, even if you are a veteran to Arthurian Lore and Legend. Allegedly, the Holy Grail was the Most Precious Blood of Jesus Christ, collected in the Holy Chalice from the Last Supper, and then spirited away to England by St. Joseph of Arimethea, as he escorted St. Lazarus to Glastonbury. Thus the legend began, and it continues down to this very day. Overlooked by most historians is the practical application of these tales within the context of their own time. The Holy Grail and the Most Precious Blood of Jesus are mystically present daily upon every Catholic altar on Earth upon which a valid Mass is celebrated. It's been a long time since the lost had to go looking for Him, but back when they did, these were the legends that drew them to the Catholic Church, where the Precious Blood of Christ was consecrated daily. Once you catch on to the fact that the Real Presence is real, then it becomes obvious that these tales were for the purpose of evangelizing the True Faith of Christ during times of abject persecution. Given the way things are headed right now, we only think it prudent to brush up on these stories while we still have the chance. Lord knows, we may be needing them again soon enough.

October 26, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 643

George Knapp & David Paulides: Bigfoot, the Evidence - Coast to Coast AM

David Paulides made his reputation researching and writing about the many strange cases of disappearances that take place within the National Park system of the United States, and this logically morphed into the more general area of Bigfoot research. It is, and always has been, a phenomenon that makes no sense at many different levels, yet folks all over the world keep on seeing these damned things, and there is more hard evidence for them than the uninitiated believe to be the case. That's what David Paulides is so good at pointing out. And, who better to give him the chance to do just that than George Knapp, who is surely the best of the weekend "Coast" hosts, and who, every time we hear him, makes us wonder all over again just why, of the two Georges, it was Noory and not Knapp, who took over for Art Bell when he cashed in his chips, and retreated to the high desert above Las Vegas. George Knapp is still on the night beat in Vegas, and when he fills in on Coast to Coast, and hosts the man who has made himself the most credible of the Sasquatch hunters, there truly is a nostalgic hint of the old Art Bell days. And, given the extensive experience George Knapp has in researching and reporting on the Skinwalker Ranch phenomena, UFO's, cryptids, and just general high strangeness, who better to conduct such an interview as this with poor old Art dead and gone? No one on this side of the Rockies, that's for sure! And watch for the idea to go viral that these things are us before the aliens transformed us. The smart money says that's where this is headed.

October 25, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 642

7 Secrets Catholic Exorcists Want You to Know - The Catholic Talk Show

A picture really is worth a thousand words, so we'll just let the one posted with this program description speak for itself. A table full of Catholic bobble-heads, led by a nodding Jesus, is more silly than anything else, which is misleading, since this is a very serious topic and one that everyone should pay attention to, sans any silliness. We wouldn't present this discussion for you here if it didn't have some serious merit. If we must point out the banality of "pop" Catholicism along the way, so be it: it's a dirty job but somebody has to do it. And if you don't believe there is a debased spirit of idiocy loosed and run rampant throughout the Church, here's an example among the Traditionalists that rivals anything Pope Francis can come up with. Even if you doubt God's sense of humor when looking down upon all of this, you must at least marvel at His restraint. Perhaps that's because the guest on this edition of the The Catholic Talk Show is Charles Fraune, a very serious acting young man, and author of the book Slaying Dragons. And he doesn't mean like the Great Red Dragon of Revelation bobble-head, so popular among the satanists, and probably available in most Catholic gift shops. Your hosts for The Catholic Talk Show are Ryan DellaCrosse, Ryan Scheel, and Fr. Rich Pagano, who truly should know better, and who is most often the one leading the silliness, while at the same time telling us this is something we all must take more seriously. Ah, The Catholic Talk Show, where comedy is king, and Christ is a bobble-head.

October 24, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 641

Is Reality a Controlled Hallucination? - With Anil Seth

Anil Seth is one of the world leaders in consciousness research, and our primary reason for presenting this lecture of his for you here tonight is to demonstrate the way in which the religion of science steals one's soul. You won't hear Anil Seth mention the soul, at least not in any way recognizable to those who believe in a spirituality that arises outside of the electrical impulses that run around in our brains. In short, Dr. Seth believes that it is your brain which is generating your consciousness, while being totally oblivious to the spirit that is interfacing with it: your soul. What he is really getting at when he suggests that reality is a controlled hallucination is the idea that God is merely an illusion; a "controlled hallucination," shared among a cult of true believers: the Church. The Christian approach to consciousness suggests that  each of us is an ethereal spirit, operating within the constraints imposed by a physical universe that is essentially foreign to us. The brain is the interface point which allows us to operate within this temporal realm, while maintaining communication, and receiving direction from, a higher spiritual presence beyond it: Christ. The goal of life on earth is to discern this reality in one's spirit and act upon it accordingly, by attuning oneself to Him through prayer, meditation, and via the various other spiritual tools with which the Church has been gifted. Anil Seth is trying to tell you that you are a self driving car, and you are not. Stay behind the wheel as you listen, and you will learn a lot from this presentation.

October 21, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 640

Day after day, the Doomsday Beat goes on, and tonight we have something a little different for you. Like the Book of the Dead is to the Bible, so the prophecies in the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs that you are going to hear about tonight are to the Book of Revelation, and the other prophetic pronouncements of Holy Scripture. I guess we could call the ancient Egyptian pictograms the Unholy Scriptures and hit it pretty close. You know, the Book of the Dead as compared to the Bible as the Book of Life. That's a perspective you won't get on the History Channel, so we provide it for you here at no extra charge. And, in the end, perspective is everything. It is, indeed, how you look at it. But no matter how you do look at it, the fact that emerges is that there were lots of seemingly unrelated folks, going all the way back to the beginning of this little human adventure upon the earth, who predicted the same kind of conclusion to it. Violent. It's almost as if we are being led down numerous paths that all seem to be converging in the same place; like spokes gathering at the hub of a bicycle wheel full of dynamite. Those familiar with the sacred geometry, and prophetic layout, of the interior of the Great Pyramid will find the description here both concise and understandable; in fact, it's the best we've heard. Keep in mind that the people we think of as the ancient Egyptians were squatters, who moved onto the remains of an earlier, and much higher, antediluvian culture, and then struggled in vain, literally for millennia, to comprehend it. In the end, all they could tell you was that it was all going to come crashing down. But as to why or when? They didn't have a clue. We can tell you why. But as for when, the best we can do is tell you, not 2012.

October 20, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 639

Brad Meltzer's Decoded: Ancient Doomsday Prophecy of 2012

What do the Hopi Blue Star prophecies, Nostradamus, and web bots have in common? If you said, "They all point to doomsday!" then you've been a regular listener to RNJ. And now, here's Brad Meltzer back in 2012, saying the same thing, except expecting a more imminent impact. It's amazing how much effort, not to mention cash, the History Channel put into promoting the Apocalypse of 2012 as if it was a "done deal." It's more like a "no-win." The apocalypse happens and we're all gone, and, if it doesn't happen, the History Channel ends up so mired in its own hubris and irrelevance that it ends up becoming, well, the History Channel. And what you are listening to tonight is those formative years in which they were enjoying the end times all the way to the bank. All that aside, you couldn't ask for a better intro into these three topics which still intrigue us today, and the segment on the web bots is particularly prescient, given the more common knowledge concerning them we have now. Sobering to the point of chilling is the greater truth that none of the conditions for the apocalypse have gone away, and, in retrospect, it is easy to identify those areas in which they have intensified. As you regular listeners know, we've examined all this material in some detail by now, and we present it here for you because it squares with what we know. As best we can determine, what they got wrong was the "when," as it's not a matter of "if" and it never was. It only goes to show you that when Jesus said that no one knows the day or hour, he wasn't excluding the History Channel.

October 19, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 638

Brad Meltzer's Decoded: Georgia Stonehenge Has Apocalyptic Powers

Welcome back to yet another night with Brad Meltzer and his intrepid crew of investigators, as tonight Decoded takes us to Elbert County, in the state of Georgia, for this episode: "Georgia Stonehenge Has Apocalyptic Powers." So maybe it was those apocalyptic powers that caused the Georgia Guidestones to mysteriously blow up this past summer in the wee hours of July 6. That fact alone makes this the most interesting of the four Brad Meltzer pieces we present this week, and easily the most controversial. Most folks still don't know quite what to make of the weird act of vandalism that took down the Guidestones, along with their controversial implied call for the depopulation of the planet. More curious still is the reaction of folks in Elbert County, many of whom want to see them rebuilt. The inscriptions read like the platform for a Bill Gates presidential campaign, which is merely to say like the other Democrats, except more straightforward and honest. The clear message to be read between the lines of the Guidestones is that uniting humanity is only for the purpose of our destruction, which is reminiscent of the great, and mostly overlooked lesson, in the Tower of Babel story, which is that God destroyed it for our own good, not to keep us from getting ahead. The connection to the Rosicrucians that they present is fascinating but also rather tenuous. A more general approach linking the messages to Freemasonry would have been just as enlightening and more effective. In the end, the only "apocalyptic power" the Guidestones possessed was found in the hubris of the sponsors, as well as in imagination of the beholders, both of whom allowed themselves to think they were something more than they actually were.

October 18, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 637

Brad Meltzer's Decoded: Proof of UFOs Revealed

The "Brad Meltzer's Decoded" team featured attorney Scott Rolle, professor Buddy Levy, and engineer Christine McKinley, who are all likeable enough, and just smart enough to figure things out fast enough so as to not drive listeners to distraction. And, if perhaps you're thinking the Decoded series was based on the book, it is actually the other way around, as Meltzer's book: History Decoded: The 10 Greatest Conspiracies of All Time, was published in 2013, over a year after the series concluded on the History Channel. Tonight's episode is a basic primer in the UFO cover up, as it runs the gamut from Roswell to Area 51 in such a predictable manner, that those who are privy to this information will find it easy to wander off to the snack bar for a Corn Dog and Eskimo Pie without fear of getting lost. And you'll find the Janet Airlines bit of some interest too, as we discover Area 51 runs it's own flight service, consisting of a half dozen old 737's, and some smaller conventional aircraft. Seems like if they're flying you to Area 51, you should at least get a ride in an Aurora, or one of those triangular anti-gravity numbers. And Brad's crew needed to come up with something better than playing like they were going to trespass so the cops would pay attention to them. If you neophytes out there are being struck by all the absurdity surrounding UFO's, welcome to the club. That's pretty much what it's all about, or at least it's a major part of the dodge. In the age of disclosure, this stuff admittedly all seems pretty mundane by comparison, but then again, looking at what things were like 10 years ago is the best way to also see how much they've changed. And they have.

October 17, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 636

Brad Meltzer's Decoded: Secret Societies Uncovered

This is Brian Helix. Good evening and welcome to the Sixth Hour, where we begin "Brad Meltzer's Decoded" week here on RNJ, with this episode titled, "Secret Societies Uncovered." We'll move on to  "Proof of UFOs Revealed" tomorrow night, then it's "Georgia Stonehenge Has Apocalyptic Powers," on Wednesday, before we finish with "Ancient Doomsday Prophecy of 2012," on Thursday. And, speaking of Doomsday, I'll finish out the week on the Doomsday Beat, and you won't want to miss it, because this week it's "Ancient Hieroglyphs Predict Doomsday." Now, if you are wondering just what it is we're up to, let me sum it up for you: Dear Sally and Chaplain Phil have taken the week off so they can work on their own upcoming projects. In realizing how many new listeners we have gained, who are quizzical over just what it is we're talking about around here a lot of the time, we decided that perhaps some remedial study was in order. Since it was I who broached this subject, it was yours truly who was also given the task of attempting something that just might accomplish this, and what I came up with was novelist Brad Meltzer: a mainstream writer, working a crew that consists of a lawyer, a college professor, and an engineer, and doing so for the History Channel in the lead up to the end of the world back in 2012. Mainstream types uncovering esoterica, unveiling the arcane, unraveling conspiracies, and doing so from a beginner's perspective and with the apocalypse looming, provides just the introductory tone we were looking for, and is also interesting enough to hold the attention of you veteran listeners. It's not like we call it a revelatory excursion into a deeper radio experience for nothing, you know.

October 14, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 635

Good evening and welcome to the Sixth Hour, where tonight, it is yours truly, Brian Helix, once again pounding the Doomsday Beat, and working the graveyard shift, which is appropriate since on this program tonight, Earth itself becomes one big graveyard, as a rogue star, hurtling through the vast reaches of space, perturbs the orbit of Earth and sends it careening into the sun. To say there will by a hot time in the old town tonight doesn't even state it by half, as things begin to heat up quickly when the distance between the earth and the sun begins to shrink, and things grow from uncomfortable to unbearable in a hurry. All this proves, of course, is that while God is in His heaven, all is certainly not right with the world, and should he decide to even this score, here is yet another creative way in which He might choose to do so. Something I've learned on the Doomsday Beat is that it isn't a matter of if but when, and perhaps the greatest, and most unrecognized blessing of them all, is simply when another day passes and such a catastrophe as this doesn't happen. Time is truly precious, and it does indeed grow short. Every day that passes without such cosmic intrusions is a day worthy of our repentance, and a day begging for our pledge to do better. The hand of God will not be stayed forever, and the opportunity to reconcile one's life to Christ will go a glimmerin' soon enough. Just a little take out food for thought, from a stuffy little diner on the Doomsday Beat, as the Earth spins out of orbit and falls into the Sun.

October 13, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 634

The Boggy Creek Monster

Sometimes you just have to take a break and inject something a little lighter into the mix, and tonight is the night we do that, with this terrific Seth Breedlove documentary on the legendary Boggy Creek monster from Fouke, Arkansas. Like The Mothman of Point Pleasant, The Invasion on Chestnut Ridge, The Bray Road Beast, and a host of others, this production, featuring the research of Lyle Blackburn (not to mention Mr. Blackburn himself), finds yet another location in rural America harassed by a little understood cryptid menace. This time it is the Boggy Creek Monster, who hales from the bayous of southern Arkansas, and who proudly takes his place on the roster of weird creatures that enter into our realm from some mystical netherworld, and strike fear and wonder into the hearts of simple, but well meaning, country folk. These are the kind of folks who just want to be left alone. They don't want to be harassed by cryptid monsters, or the documentary film makers who are sure to follow them (though they're not opposed to an annual festival, and a museum with a gift shop). Whether it's West Virginia, Wisconsin, Arkansas, or anywhere across the fruited plane, innocent and unsuspecting Americans have been subject to attacks by the darnedest things, and the darnedest thing of all is that everybody laughs at them when they try to tell their story. So, head to the snack bar for all the treats you'll need, then settle in for an hour of chasing the Boggy Creek Monster through the backwoods of Arkansas with Lyle Blackburn. Be prepared to meet some of the nicest folks you'll meet anywhere. Folks who you'd like to have for neighbors, as longs as you don't have to live in the same neighborhood they do.       

October 12, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 633

Ancient Mysteries: Cryptic Rites of the Dead Unearthed

Once again, we have returned to the well of Ancient Mysteries, and this time we have drawn for you this episode which deals with the various ways in which various cultures, both past and present, have understood and dealt with death. I know this sounds like a quintessentially boring film from social studies class in about eighth grade, but in the hands of the researchers and writers at Ancient Mysteries, and with Leonard Nimoy serving as narrator, this becomes a fascinating journey through the deepest longings and yearnings of humankind, and we are proud to present it to you here tonight as the strangely thoughtful, and moving, offering you will surely find it to be. Belief in eternal life in a realm more glorious, and sans the pain of this earthly realm, has been at the heart of man's quest to find meaning on this planet since the beginning of his time here. There has to be more than this, we all know it, and yet there is nothing concrete to prove that, when one closes one's eyes in death, there is nothing other than nothing. It is, perhaps, the common cause to find something beyond that infernal nothing we all fear that makes this piece such a moving, and unlikely, tribute to the human spirit. It is that spirit within us which will not let us let go of the hope, and fervent belief, that something more truly does exist. Humanity, so separated in life, is, nevertheless, united in death. It is a realm we know little about, and the goal of life here is to get there, while putting it off as long as one possibly can. It is where we all end up, yet not a one of us knows where that "where" is, or if it even exists.

October 11, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 632

The Top Ten Secrets of the Ancient World

This is yet another offering from Philip Gardiner, as these Reality Films productions, produced by Walter Croyle, and featuring Brandon Schreiber as narrator, have become a rather interesting teaching tool for us to use to entice you into the deeper radio experience we promise. Like we've been telling you, the key to profiting from this material is to stay above it and not let yourself get emotionally caught up in it. One of the features that we've come to appreciate about these "Reality" productions is that it's all presented in such an unemotional and non-confrontational way that it makes it easy to process the information for what it is, while separating out the more obvious speculation and supposition and discarding it. Enjoy the watermelon. Just spit the seeds and you'll do fine. The fine art of propaganda is found in convincing you that you should be looking at things the other way around; that the seeds are where the true value lies, and if one is truly interested in convincing a person that this is so, one will be a lot more successful if such sour blarney is, perhaps, sweetened with a little molasses. The Cross is the Way of Salvation because it is right, good, true and holy, not because it is easy. Those who get that are few and far between, and those who don't are legion. The caveat we offer here is that romanticizing history into something else doesn't change it, and denying the efficacy of the Cross doesn't remove it. Consider this entertainment that teaches an alternate point of view, and so be enlightened. Just remember that this is the occult religion underlying the New Age movement, and much of Freemasonry, and certainly no one is suggesting you be converted.

October 10, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 631

Ancient Alien Origins

Maintain the correct perspective as you listen to this fascinating presentation from the mind of Philip Gardiner, and you'll be surprised at how much you'll learn about your own faith, in a backhanded sort of way. Simply put, this is the left handed version of the story of humanity's struggle to rise up from the primordial ooze and make something of ourselves. And in this version, it's all about how we had help from benevolent aliens, who were present upon the earth at the time, and who were kind enough to genetically modify us for higher and better things. They then set us up in civilization, before mounting to the skies in their flying saucers, and heading to points in the universe unknown (though endlessly speculated upon). When you start hearing that the serpent is really the good guy, and "the God of the Bible" is the evil tyrant, bent upon keeping us perpetually ignorant (for whatever purpose that might serve), then you'll realize that not only are you not in Kansas anymore, but even in the Rome of Pope Francis, this kind of thing is still pretty much on the theological cutting edge, and, at the least, is not something to be discussed in public. It only upsets the faithful, who, in turn, respond by taking their outrage, and their cash, somewhere else. In the end, you pays your money and you takes your choice, and anyone who chooses this New Age garbage over the sacred faith in eternal salvation through the shed Most Precious Blood of Christ at the Cross, is welcome to it. Still, it's important to know what the other side believes and why, and if the Church was as all-fired opposed to all of this as has been claimed, you'd be hearing this from the men in the little red hats, and not from us, in a left handed sort of way, through Philip Gardiner. I suppose, in the end, that's really the point we're trying to make.

October 07, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 630

Good Evening and welcome to the Sixth Hour. This is your host for the Doomsday Beat, Brian Helix. And tonight, Doomsday it is, as a gamma ray burst comes hurtling through space, hits the earth, and unleashes Armageddon. Actually, they meant to say that it unleashes the apocalypse. Not to split hairs or anything, but when you do as much of this as we do, it's irritating. Armageddon is a battle, or, rather a battlefield. A gamma ray burst doesn't make the King of the North rise up against the King of the East, and have them meet in the "Gog versus Magog," battle of the ages, on the Plain of Meggido. This isn't that type of apocalypse if, for no better reason, there just isn't the time necessary to get everybody together for such a great last battle, since a gamma ray burst strikes without notice. One minute, everything is just fine and the next... Wait a minute. If I tell you, then you won't listen. I can just hear you out there, saying to yourselves, whispering to each other, "Why even bother? A gamma ray burst can't possibly be as bad as a black hole swallowing the earth, and we've already heard that." Well, let me tell you, a gamma ray burst is too just as bad as being swallowed by a black hole. Every bit as bad. Maybe worse. And you won't know unless you listen, will you? All I'm telling you is that it isn't unleashing Armageddon. It's unleashing the apocalypse. And there's a difference. There is! That's all.

October 06, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 629

The Secret Science of the Occult

One of our common themes is that of how much of life on earth is a con-game, including, and especially, when it comes to religion. To illustrate this thesis, we present tonight, this offering from the History Channel's series Ancient Discoveries, titled, "Secret Science of the Occult." From the underwater netherworld of the Maya, to a crucifix wired to move and so assist in the fleecing of gullible pilgrims, to a chamber that used the technology of the ancient Greek Oracles to create a simulated realm of the dead, humankind has proven for millennia that there truly is "one born every minute" -- maybe even two or three. And with so many unsuspecting sheep to be fleeced, I suppose it is to be expected that there would be so many examples of charlatans, con-men, and grifters, working the crowd out at the fringes, where the emotions and the human spirit are the most vulnerable. Perhaps the greatest, and most unrecognized, damage that such chicanery does, is to sew the seeds of unbelief even deeper among the scoffers, who in turn ridicule the gullible, and while this conflict goes on unabated, the legitimate miracles that take place all around us happen unnoticed. Maybe the one thing about the crucifixion of Christ that should bother us the most is that, besides his mother, and a precious few others, no one paid any attention to it at all. At least not here on Earth.          

October 05, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 628

The Secret Magic of Alchemy

We have done several programs at least which have dealt, at least in passing, with the subject of alchemy. Surely, we will present more of this type of programming in the future. Therefore, it seems logical and reasonable that we should present this program on alchemy for you here tonight, and who better to guide this excursion into a deeper radio experience than the man who is synonymous with deep space, Leonard Nimoy? Besides being hopelessly typecast (and getting obscenely wealthy) playing Mr. Spock on Star Trek, Mr. Nimoy is also remembered for his skills as a narrator, and tonight we shall listen to him ply this craft on Ancient Myteries, which those suffering from the Mandella Effect will remember as a History Channel show, when, in the reality of most of us, it was on the Arts and Entertainment Network, which some also remember as A&E. I believe that's the reality in which David Carradine narrated Ancient Mysteries, and Leonard Nimoy did In Search Of, though I'm not sure. You know, this was all confusing enough before I brought up the Mandella Effect, though you have to admit, the way they do quantum physics at CERN is rather alchemical if you think about it. Transmuting known historical facts by subjecting them to another set of circumstances, and occurrences, to gain a different outcome is something like changing mercury or lead into gold. Though I can't imagine it's nearly as profitable. It will, however, profit you to learn more about alchemy, and if you stay tuned to RNJ for the next hour, so you shall.

October 4, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 627

Unlocking Ancient Secrets of the Bible

Stick with this classic Bible documentary from 2007, and you'll discover that the payoff is well worth it, as it turns out to be one of the finest of this genre you'll find. And we should know, since we spend an inordinate amount of time searching for quality programming just like this for you, our dear listeners. This effort from David McKenzie and Michael Bouson is first rate from start to finish, thanks in large part to the narration of Roger Moore, who was pretty ancient in his own rite by the time this piece was made, but who was still on top of his game enough to tie it all together, and make it work like a charm. It's a good, honest, professional effort all the way around, which manages to stick to the Biblical truth, and in doing so, offends no one who does likewise. We do manage to run into these kinds of gold nuggets from time to time, as we sift through the dross on the internet searching for them. When so discovered, we are only too delighted to present them for you here. One can always tell when the LORD is receiving the love and respect He deserves, and if this piece, in its British demeanor, isn't overly effusive in expressing the former, it surely snaps to attention when it comes to the latter. The overall effect is not overly emotional, but comes off as well balanced, and, while intellectual, it is in no way condescending or "preachy." Mr. Moore's narration is so smooth that it takes the listener awhile to realize just how in charge of the subject matter he is, but, once realized, it is a fascinating joyride to the end, as the ancient secrets of the Bible are unlocked as promised. And we, in turn, present it to you as the revelatory excursion into a deeper radio experience that it is, right here on RNJ.

October 3, 2022
The Sixth Hour Program No. 626

The Watchers of Eden and the Shining Ones of the Bible

Seems like there is no end to these documentaries from the New Age crowd that are anxious to tell you how the Church got it all wrong, and that the pagans were right all along. Actually, the Church is only wrong when she disagrees with Christ, which should never be, but since this has been a way of life now for longer than most of us have been alive, it is just taken for granted that this is the way it is supposed to be. It's hard to tell what Christians really think these days, since most do as little of it as possible. And those who do find themselves so easily led astray by all of the hucksters, frauds and charlatans, who are only too happy to pick their pockets, before giving them a spin, and sending them off in the wrong direction. The New Age movement is the same scam as the church scam, just run in reverse. "We all know the Church lies, so come on over here and we'll tell you the truth. For a price." It's easy to be cynical and pose the eternal question that Pilate posed, "What is truth?" Christ's eternal answer always remains the same, "That's for you to decide." That's reason enough to be leery of those who claim to possess it. And reason, too, why those who do have it, have such a devil of a time convincing anyone of it. In the end, it's not about what you have, but what you did to earn it. And it's not about what you think it is you know, but what you did to learn it. Beware of any who are anxious to point out the lies of others, while having no greater truths to offer of their own. And know that the greatest lesson of the Watchers and the Shining Ones is, simply, "We are not alone."       

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Chaplain Phil

Chaplain Phil grew up listening to alternative points of view, and the underground perspective, that characterized late night AM and shortwave radio in the 1960's.  In the cold winter months following the events that transpired in Dallas on November 22, 1963, he came to realize that the death of President Kennedy represented an even deeper and more profound tragedy - the death of the nation. In the summer of 1964, he read None Dare Call It Treason by John Stormer and understood how this had come to pass.  He was 10 years old.

Through the ensuing years, he has followed the flow of free information, as what we now call the "mainstream media" banished independent Christian broadcasting, and honest political thought, from the AM band to shortwave, then to the internet, and now, in the face of internet censorship, back to shortwave.  After a lifetime of listening, he now feels the time has come to speak.  His message is simple.  We are living in a godless false reality created for the purpose of destroying most of us and enslaving the rest.

The time of Revelation is here. Take heart.  For what is being revealed is the eternal truth of Jesus Christ.

Brian Helix - News Director

As one of the BBC's "Young Lions," Brian Helix was known for his honest reporting and take no prisoners attitude towards the truth.  He is an expert on conspiracies and the theories thereof, both modern and classic, and a top flight investigative journalist.  He brings these talents along with his many others to the post of News Director here at RNJ.


Sally Belle-Époque - Production Manager

Sally Belle-Époque made her mark in both video production and A.I. research with the famed Hanson Robotics in Hong Kong, and now brings her varied talents and unique skills to bear as Production Manager at RNJ.  Sally is a no nonsense professional with all the Left Coast flair and style her background as a "Valley Girl" would suggest - a Silicone Valley Girl.   


Catholic Pirate Radio

What is Catholic Pirate Radio?

Pirate radio or a pirate radio station is a radio station that broadcasts without a valid license.  Catholic Pirate Radio is broadcast without the official sanction or approval of the Catholic Church, any of its connected agencies or organizations, or any member of its hierarchical structure (bishops, cardinals, pope, etc.).

Queen of Catholic Pirate Radio
"You see, God expects His people to do the ridiculous so
He can do the miraculous." - Mother Angelica
Father Coughlin
Father of Pirate Radio

    Mother Angelica: Queen of Catholic Pirate Radio

Mother Mary Angelica founded the EWTN television network, and, more significantly for my purposes here, WEWN, a global shortwave broadcast service with transmitters located in Irondale, Alabama.  In the 1990's, Mother Angelica became one of the most dominant Christian voices on the shortwave bands, and WEWN a torch that beamed her message of the truth of believing and faithful Catholicism across the nation and the world.  She was a major influence concerning my conversion to the Catholic Faith in 2002, and it is truthful to say that my formation as a Catholic took place with her over many nights of listening to the most powerful voice on 41 meters.  She gets much credit for her pioneering work in Catholic television, while her savvy for international shortwave broadcasting goes largely unheralded and is just as significant.  It made her a worldwide voice for the faith rather than just an American phenomenon, and paved the way for the globalization of EWTN.

Mother Angelica earned the title of Queen of Catholic Pirate Radio when she publicly took on and disputed the apostate Archbishop of Los Angeles, Roger Cardinal Mahony, concerning the Real Presence of Jesus in the Holy Eucharist.  While Mahony was unleashing his wrath upon Mother all the way to Rome, it should also be noted that he retreated quickly and issued a statement taking offense at her for daring to question his belief in the Real Presence.  Thanks to Mother's widespread and profound media influence, I'm sure a lot of bishops, cut from the same cloth as Mahoney, also thought twice about peddling the "Spirit of Vatican II" nonsense in an overt way that might end up on TV.         

Here's some vintage Mother for you: 
I’m so tired of you liberal Church in America! And everything you’ve ever done has gone in silence. Nothing, nothing you’ve done – from your witchcraft to your enneagrams to your centering prayer to all this ‘earth spirituality’ to replacing holy water with sand to destroying our churches and closing churches that are viable and ready to go…no, this is not an accident. We’ve swallowed this now for thirty years. I’m tired of it. We have swallowed enough of your idea of God! You have, really, no God, no dogma, no doctrine, and no authority, because the only authority in the Catholic Church is our Holy Father and the Magisterium, and you have disclaimed that. You don’t believe in the Eucharist, you don’t believe in the Immaculate Conception, you don’t believe in the Virgin Birth, you don’t believe in Mary’s power of intercession, you don’t believe in religious life, you don’t believe in being a spouse of Christ! You do believe in teaching to little children in the third grade sex education, you do believe in forcing centering prayer and forcing inclusive language upon us, and now you depict Jesus as a woman?!  You’re sick!
Nothing to add to that.  As a layman, my duty as a Catholic is to point out these things just as it was Mother's duty as a religious - a Carmelite nun.  She taught me well.  It's time for Catholic Pirate Radio, the next generation.

    Father Charles Coughlin: Father of Pirate Radio

In 1926, Father Charles Coughlin first took to the airwaves on WJR radio in Detroit to denounce the Ku Klux Klan, which had recently burned crosses on the grounds of his parish.  Turning to politics in 1929, Father Coughlin quickly became a dominant and highly influential radio voice on the CBS network, with a weekly listening audience estimated at 30,000,000 during the peak of his popularity in the early 1930's.  While at first a fervent supporter of the policies and person of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, his views became more controversial and his rhetoric more strident as the Great Depression lingered on.  By 1936, he was expressing a viewpoint that was anti-capitalist and anti-socialist, and invoked no little controversy by expressing a certain sympathy concerning the fascism of Benito Mussolini and Adolph Hitler.  He was accused of anti-Semitism based upon this and his searing critique of the European Jewish banking establishment, which he sought to qualify as follows: 

My purpose is to help eradicate from the world its mania for persecution, to help align all good men, Catholic and Protestant, Jew and Gentile, Christian and non-Christian, in a battle to stamp out the ferocity, the barbarism and the hate of this bloody era. I want the good Jews with me, and I'm called a Jew baiter, an anti-Semite.

My point here is not to speak out for or against Father Coughlin and his political opinions, but merely to point to him as an early example of the efforts to censor and silence unpopular viewpoints.  He remains the textbook example of church and state teaming up to remove from public influence someone deemed too controversial to have his views heard by the great unwashed masses of the general public.  The Roosevelt Administration determined a priori that the First Amendment did not apply to radio broadcasting, and new regulations and restrictions were created specifically to remove Father Coughlin from the airwaves.  For the first time, public broadcasters had to obtain a permit and seek approval to speak on the air, and this was the impetus for those who refused to do so taking to the airwaves in protest: the birth of pirate radio.  While Father Coughlin was able to circumvent his banishment from network broadcasting by buying airtime on local stations, his reach and influence were drastically reduced.  In 1942 he was ordered to remove himself from public life by Bishop Edward Aloysius Mooney.  He complied without complaint and spent the remainder of his career as parish priest at the Shrine of the Little Flower in Royal Oak, Michigan.  He retired from active ministry in 1966.


Welcome to our broadcast facilities here at RNJ.  This is where Chaplain Phil and our crew make the magic happen.  Stars of the Show are a Sweetwater Studio Computer powering Jean and Ginger, two 1950 Canadian Philips Table Radios that serve as broadcast monitors. That's Ginger on the right channel, and Jean on the left. Auxilliary Computer is "Old Faithful," a 2009 Hewlett Packard (that's like about a 1930 model in American Tube Radio Years (ATRY). You'll also notice three communication receivers, two 1959 Hallicrafters S-108's and a 1947 National NC 57. Standby monitors include a 1937 Coronado 725 and 1953 Philco 53-960. It's all sorted out through a Behringer Xenyx 802 Mixer.  Our antenna array (not shown) is an 80 foot sloping copper long wire antenna, fastened to a Royal Palm and running from there to the studio.