Monday, January 27, 2014

Scott Wolter Interview! (1/24/14)

In another ground breaking TRP interview, Scott Wolter, host of America Unearthed on History Channel (H2) returns to the show with some exclusive news about Kennewick man and the Solutrean people! Scott has been on the show before and is well known for his belief in a fugitive Templar Order that visited North America (Novum Solutreum) at some point in pre-Columbian times.

Frank is a big fan of his show. He likes how it gets people to consider new research and help break the established academic orthodoxy. Scott explains his breakthrough into television with his research into the Kensington Runestone. How he later went on to present the impressive documentary shows for the History Channel: Holy Grail in America and Who Really Discovered America? He tells the audience of over a dozen possible runestones with the specially noted "hooked X" feature.

Frank tells Scott of his now famous Solutrean Vision Quests and his visits to numerous sites including L'Anse aux meadows in Newfoundland. Frank wonders why there were no Runestones found at that particular Viking site and Scott posits a likely explanation. He also makes Scott aware of how as an ordained Solutrean shaman and head of "The Solutrean Council of Elders," he has proudly taken the name, "He of The First Blood," as a rightful descendant of the original Solutrean, "Father of the Blood!" Frank also makes Scott consider use of his coined word "Beringian," the proper anthropological term for the "supposed native American people" that crossed over from the land mass of Beringia. John drives home the point that the Beringians came here like any other immigrants and deserve no special treatment nor the sympathy afforded them by modern political correctness. He then asks where is the outcry of sympathy for the Solutrean people who likely had their land stolen from them by the Beringians? We also find out, that unlike most of the mainstream, Scott has the intellectual courage to accept the tenets of the Solutrean Hypothesis.

Plus, in something you will never hear in a regular mainstream interview, we witness some incredible depth, a battle of dueling libraries between Frank and Scott! As they discuss the "commonality of disease" hypothesis, as presented by two opposing researchers. The work of Victor Wolfgang Von Hagan is brought up by Frank, and the book, World Trade and Biological Exchanges Before 1492 is brought up by Scott.

In an another off the cuff extemporaneous display of depth, Frank crushes the flawed logic behind Harry Hubbard's claims of Alexander Helios traveling to the new world!

Also, Scott makes some major announcements about future shows of America Unearthed where he will be breaking news on the Kennewick man and the Solutreans in less than five weeks! Scott agrees to come back on in April for "World Solutrean month" to discuss his work!

Please check out Scott's latest books, The Hooked X: Key to the Secret History of North America and Akhenaten to the Founding Fathers: The Mysteries of the Hooked X!

He also has a great Blog! Everyone please check it out!

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Sunday, January 26, 2014

TOP Callers for 2013!

The Academy of Talk Radio Arts & Sciences announces it's Top 10 list of Talk Radio Callers for 2013!

10) Paul From Texas
9) Ronnie From Ardmore
8) Jane of West Virginia
7) Steve of Manhattan
6) Paul From Sarasota
5) Ron from Joliet
4) George the Atheist
3) Vince From NJ
2) John From Conn
1) Cheryl from Spotswood NJ

4) Bob From Chile
3) Brian From Australia
2) Johann From South Africa
1) Judge Ronald of Canada

Monday, January 6, 2014

Bob of PA on TRP! (1/3/14)

Bob of PA's Resident Intellectual Emeritus Training regiment begins! A new and up and coming caller, Nick from Brooklyn, is aggravated enough by Bob to call in and take him on! In honor of the late great Bob Grant the two are hooked up for some great throw back talk radio!

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