I listened to entire 4 hours with Alex Jones and Joe Rogan. Alex does jump around so much and simply cannot stop interrupting, but we did see he is aware of much more than he can share on his own show. His understanding that an alien presence has made a deal with deep state to take over planet is how I see it intuitively, but he has evidence.
The Jones-Rogan interview got 9 million views in a week. Here is the link.
Some of the banter is rather rude actually but far reaching and over the head of Rogan who jokes about deadly serious stuff. Rogan’s channel is much viewed. Like many radio hosts, he has huge knowledge, but seems to lack a mission. Its all entertainment for him? Alex’s story about a past life memory in England with his kids starving to death, which is at very last minutes of interview, was very moving for me.
I disagree with Jones on central themes, like he says humans are top of food chain. I disagree. He is a human supremacist that can’t see straight. Machines are temporarily at top of food chain but are not sustainable, they are killing planet, so not part of a food chain but end of a food chain. Natural sustainable humans are not top of food chain. Tigers and mosquitoes and others eat us, and bacteria are the far top, definitely the dominant form of life on planet. In nature, natural humans are not top of food chain, just part of it all, but Jones thinks what industrial humans have done in 300 years is indication of our place in nature. It is not. It is indication of the danger of machines. He really does not understand this and is not grounded. As I said before, he needs to study Hopi Prophecies. See below.
I met Grandpa David in the mid 70’s. He took me into a Kiva with some other elders, Lansa and his wife Mina. He was over a hundred then and bragged he could still get it up 🙂 He was blind but could see. I was driving and he actually led me to the rock where the prophecy is drawn.
“David Monongye, who may have lived even longer than Grandfather Dan, had warned: “When earthquakes, floods, hailstorms, drought, and famine will be the life of every day, the time will have then come for [either] the return to the true path, or going the zig-zag way.”
The “zig-zag way” refers to a line found on Prophecy Rock, a panel of ancestral Hopi petroglyphs (rock carvings) in northern Arizona. The zig-zag is the upper of two parallel lines. It supposedly represents the path of the Two-Hearts, who are wreaking havoc on our Earth Mother and living contrary to ecological principles and the laws of Nature. The lower line, on the other hand, is the path of the One-Hearts, who are close to soil and the growth of corn, beans, squash—that is, adhering to the true Hopi way. The upper path is divorced from the natural world and totally immersed in the synthetic, manufactured reality of iPhones and Xbox 360s. In essence, it is a lifestyle that the Hopi call koyaanisqatsi, which means “world out of balance,” or “life of moral corruption and turmoil (regarding a group).” The lower way, rooted in earth-based rhythms, finds solace and spiritual sustenance from corn pollen, sunlight, soaking rains, and vast desert vistas—a life in accordance with the Great Spirit.”