Apr 1, 2017
Interview starts 58:25
Author of China Weird, Carl Joseph DeMarco joins us to chat
about his new book, and his research while living in China. We chat
about how his interest in the strange started, Qi Gong, energy
work, UFO’s, Yeren the chinese sasquatch, invisibility and much
We also get into shamanism, native americans, alternative
history and the genealogy of the Chinese.
In the intro Graham get’s into some listener feedback about
the last geoengineering segment and talks about the new Harvard
study about to start up. And Efrain Palermo - our first ever guests
joins us and we chat about his many interesting projects. Efrain
discovered the Phobos Monolith so we chat about that a little bit.
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