What do a lonely Scottish manor at the edge of Loch Ness, a notorious occultist and ceremonial magician, and possibly the most influential rock band ever, have in common? Apparently, quite a bit. Jimmy Page has never been subtle about his fascination with the dark and mysterious, and though many Led Zeppelin fans believe that the band’s involvement with anything occult-related went only so far as being a stage show, there is likely to be more than meets the eye. Lance Gilbert, author of, “The Led Zeppelin Curse: Jimmy Page and the Haunted Boleskine House,” is here on West of The Rockies to enlighten us a little about the link between Led Zeppelin and the world of magickand rituals, through his thorough research, as well as personal experiences.
This last Friday, February 2nd, saw an exciting leap in science, archeology, and history at LA’s “Where Are They From?” presentation, revealing the DNA results of the ancient Paracas elongated skulls.
It has been over four years since the death of Tiffany Jenks (35) in Portland, Oregon, but the wounds of injustice still remain to be healed. John S Captain, Tiffany’s former boyfriend and, as she herself put it, “soulmate,” is back on West of The Rockies to answer some of our questions and give us the latest on this never-ending quest for truth and justice.
It’s been a question that has been floating around for years now, and only occasionally sees coverage in mainstream news and media: how bad are WiFi signals really? We’ve heard horror stories, of course — when it comes to EMF, there is not lack of them. People who have worked as air traffic controllers showing higher occurrences of cancer; “leaking” microwaves making people ill; keeping your phone in your pocket making you infertile. We all know the drill at this point. Generally, it’s fair to say, WiFi waves have been seen as a negative thing for a while now.
Didn’t get to attend Stan Lee’s LA Comic Con this year? Or want a little nostalgic refresher to alleviate the decompression process after the event? Here’s our walk-through of all things fun and fantastic at this year’s LA Comic Con!
Last Sunday, we had the pleasure of interviewing Walter Bosley, popular conspiracy author, meticulous researcher, and ex-Special Agent of various government-related organisations. Specifically, he spent nineteen years in national security, having been employed by the FBI; by the US Air Force, working as an inactive reserve officer (where he also served as a Special Agent of the AFOSI on active duty); and also working as a counterterrorism operational consultant for six years following military service.
As we enter the 21st century and a new millenium, Satan has devised the delusion that mankind is entering into an important evolutionary phase - a New Age. The push for "global enlightenment" has now extended to the vast reaches of the universe, into what could be deemed as a "space" religion. However, once this nebulous veil is lifted, a definite correlation emerges between the UFO/Alien phenomenon and occultic/satanic activity.
Jake Anderson is a writer and filmmaker, originally hailing from Arkansas, but currently residing in Portland, Oregon. He received his Bachelor's Degree in Film and Digital Media from the University of California at Santa Cruz, and gained an impressive repertoire of experience working the scenes of Hollywood. He has written numerous screenplays, short stories, and creative non-fiction works, and has also worked on many-a-film, including “Evan Almighty”, “Transformers 3”, and, “The Immortalists”. He is also a freelance writer for theantimedia.org, as well as Director for TheGhostDiaries.com, a brilliant online portal for all those interested in the latest paranormal findings.
Probably one of the greatest mysteries of the music world, the story of Jim Sullivan remains just as fascinating and baffling as it was back in 1975. On this edition of the show (a classic that we've dug up from a few years ago) we have the pleasure of speaking to Matt Sullivan (strangely enough, absolutely no blood-relation to Jim Sullivan), who is the founder and co-owner of Light In The Attic Records. LITA Records saw its first seeds sewn in a little basement apartment in Fremont, Seattle, back in 2001, and has since provided us with some fantastic re-issued gems by artists such as Sixto Rodriguez (whose fame blew up with the Oscar-winning movie, Searching For Sugarman); produced enlightening documentaries such as Wheedle’s Groove; and pushed our boundaries of traditional music by presenting us with releases such as the Native North American Archival series. Jim Sullivan was one of the “long lost gem” discoveries by LITA.
We’ve all heard of PTSD, especially veteran’s PTSD. Most of us have also heard of various “alternative” and complementary health treatments, such as acupuncture, chiropractice, massage, meditation, yoga, homeopathy, reiki and qi gong. Some of us may even be aware of more modern and emerging treatments, such as DNA Theta Healing and Matrix Energetics (both forms of “energy healing”). However, not many have heard of such practices being applied to veterans, especially those severely affected by the trauma of combat; for years now, mainstream medicine has only really offered “standard” methods of treatment to war veterans, despite their being most in need of holistic approaches of care.
This past Sunday, WoTR had the honour of talking to James Robert Wright, former 32nd Degree Mason and current whistleblower on said "fraternal organisation". His insights and revelations are both mind-blowing and terrifying. Having spent several years as a Freemason, eventually working himself up to the position of Special Assistant to the Secretary-General, Wright provides us with an honest and stark view of his experiences, and explains why he ended up leaving.