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Donald Trump Time Travel Theory

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Donald Trump Time Travel Theory

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LISTEN: What UFOs and Bigfoot have in common with Donald Trump

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LISTEN: What UFOs and Bigfoot have in common with Donald Trump

Sociologist Joseph Baker joined me recently for a conversation on this week’s edition of “The Chauncey DeVega Show.” He is the author of the book “Paranormal America: Ghost Encounters, UFO Sightings, Bigfoot Hunts, and Other Curiosities in Religion and Culture”. In our conversation, Baker shared his insights about alternative knowledge systems and conspiracy theories, the rise of Donald Trump, Alex Jones’ “Infowars,” fantastical thinking, as well as how those people who believe in Bigfoot, ghosts and UFOs construct reality. “UFOs are a place where conspiracy culture really survives and thrives,” Baker told me. “In the original version of alien contact,...

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Donald Trump Wants to Send Astronauts to Mars During His Presidency

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Exorcists warn against Wiccan spell to bind Donald Trump

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Exorcists warn against Wiccan spell to bind Donald Trump

Witches in the U.S. are offering a solution to those who say Donald Trump is not their president: cast a spell on him. It’s a planned monthly event that began Friday, Feb. 23 at the stroke of midnight Eastern Time. Witches from around the country are casting a mass spell to drive Trump from office. The plan is to continue every night of a waning crescent moon until he is no longer president. Organizers set up a Facebook page, called “A Spell to Bind Donald Trump and All Those Who Abet Him.” The spell is publicized on the Internet and...

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New national security adviser is a futurist with warnings about technology

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New national security adviser is a futurist with warnings about technology

Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, often described as the army’s own futurist, holds a complex view on technology, cautioning against technological hubris as a solution to modern warfare. “Be skeptical of concepts that divorce war from its political nature, particularly those that promise fast, cheap victory through technology,” McMaster wrote in a 2013 op-ed in the New York Times titled “The Pipe Dream of Easy War.” He continued: “Wars like those in Afghanistan and Iraq cannot be waged remotely. Budget pressures and persistent fascination with technology have led some to declare an end to war as we know it. While...

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