CR Ep 077: Ancient Civilizations with Keith Seland and Havana Syndrome Updates with Dr Joh Hall

In the first part of this episode of the Curious Realm host Christopher Jordan welcomes author and researcher Keith Seland to discuss his Humaniverse series of books and the concept that we as humanity have achieved great things in the [past only to have lost the knowledge. How do we begin to build together as a humanity and create a civilization an knowledge repositories that can last forever.

In the second part of the episode, we welcome author Dr John Hall, author of Guinea Pigs Technologies of Control and tireless advocate for those across the globe who call themselves “Targeted Individuals”. What do the recent revelations in the world of Havana Syndrome do for those who have claimed to be targeted for decades? How can we do to raise awareness of this technology and root out its users who victimize the general public through their experimentation?

Join the Curious Realm as we delve into the topics of ancient civilizations with Keith Seland and Havana Syndrome updates with Dr John Hall.



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