May 22nd, 2021 | Season 2 | 1 hr 13 mins
occult, psychology, tarot
Michael Tsarion is a renowned Irish researcher, writer, and speaker on many esoteric and occult subjects, along with revisionist history, psychology, symbolism, mythology, and loads more. In this episode of Truthiverse podcast we continued parsing through Michael's fascinating and gruelling personal journey through life as a soldier of truth devoted to awareness-raising, from troubled Belfast to the Bay Area of California where he drove a taxi to make ends meet. We cover a lot of ground, including Leftist cancel culture, the feminisation of civilisation, to be in the world or not to be, why Michael hated the New Age movement for many years, how to be of service without destroying yourself, childbirth & parenting, personal sacrifices made in pursuing The Work over many years, Jim Keith's work on mass mind control, the madness of "pandemic 2020", and much more.
After twice visiting the United States in the early eighties, Michael ventured out into the field to make a close study of Ireland’s numerous ancient cyclopean ruins and megalithic sites. This research proved invaluable and provided him with clear evidence of a “hidden hand” at work behind academia, religion and the socio-political world.
May 8th, 2021 | Season 2 | 1 hr 17 mins
esoteric, philosophy, psychology
Michael Tsarion is a renowned Irish researcher, writer, and speaker on many esoteric subjects, along with revisionist history, psychology, and more. In this episode of Truthiverse podcast we dove into Michael's interesting personal journey through life as a soldier of truth devoted to awareness-raising, from Belfast to the Bay Area of California. He details his recovery from depression to the resistance and hostility he was met with from the many uncomprehending people he continued to encounter all along the way, as well as the key events that moved his life in the direction of becoming a public figure, and his warm reception by his colleagues in the alternative community. He shares his long-time affinity for psychology and thoughts on: modern academia, the plagiarism of Julian Jaynes' work, the resistance to intellectual freedom, the spirit of rebellion and concomitant intensification of evil, the feminisation of men, his de-platforming from social media, debating "NPCs", Trump, Ayn Rand, the toxic Left, censorship, how women and feminists have dropped the ball on female psychology - and how this fuels the rise of tyranny, Freud, "living in the word", and much more.