Curtis Stone enters into The Anomic Age today to discuss urban farming, sustainable agriculture, issues with land rights, and more. Curtis will also delve into his book The Urban Farmer and his weekly podcast Liberty on the Land.
Curtis Stone is a farmer, author, content creator and entrepreneur. First gaining international recognition for the success of his urban farm Green City Acres in 2010. Curtis has since expanded into publishing, YouTube, online entrepreneurship, and tools manufacturing. His seminal book, The Urban Farmer has been an Amazon best seller since it was released in 2016 and with the growth of his YouTube channel, has published two online courses, launched a tools company called Paper Pot Co based out of California, and now primarily publishes weekly videos to his website Fromthefield.farm. Curtis resides in Kelowna, BC, Canada with his wife and two children.
Matt Landman is with us today to discuss his documentary Frankenskies and the risks associated with the proliferation of 5G technology. We will also get into how to unplug, become grounded in nature, and take action.
Matt Landman grew up on the East Coast and relocated to California in 2003 where he worked in Finance and studied film at California State University of Humboldt and earned a Masters degree in Business Administration with a focus in Strategic Sustainability in 2010. After various careers in business and finance, Matt left the corporate world to be an organic farmer where he inadvertently began his career as an activist. Working outdoors and dependent upon the elements, Matt witnessed weather engineering in Northern California as the region suffered from a historic and catastrophic drought. The realization that the weather was being manipulated via atmospheric aerosol dispersal changed Matt’s life forever as he inevitably decided to devote his existence to exposing the hidden agenda.
In June of 2017 Matt released the groundbreaking documentary, Frankenskies and will be hosting the third Annual Global Summit to Stop Geoengineering in Tucson, Arizona May 2018, which is a fitting location considering the new public launch of solar geoengineering / chemtrails as a solution to global warming in Tucson in 2018.
Mark Ludwig is the executive director of Americans for Equal Shared Parenting (AFESP). He joins us to discuss the fight for equal shared parenting, the Family Court system, and raising awareness for changes in legislation to help parents and children.
Mark Ludwig is the executive director of Americans for Equal Shared Parenting (AFESP). This group was started by Mark out of the need to be the best parent he could be to his son, Levi. After going through his own experience and learning of other parents that had been relegated to weekend visitors, he decided to use his background in politics to effect change in the current Family Court system.
Mark has personally met with over 420 legislators across the country to discuss the need for equal Shared Parenting. In 2018 alone, he traveled to 38 cities across the country and worked with leaders in 24 different states. He started the organization with a goal of educating, enabling and empowering leaders across the country to help raise awareness of the need to pass legislation for equal shared parenting giving children equal access to both of their fit, willing, and able parents after divorce or separation.
Cory Daniel is with us today to de-occult the occult. A self-described political occultist and esoteric analyst his most recent body of work involves De-Occulting public ritual false flag events and examining our collective occulted history. We will unpack many of these things and more in today’s episode.
Cory Daniel is a writer/researcher and professional guide currently living in the Phoenix area. He is a third-generation Phoenician, born and raised in the Valley of the Sun and it is this ancient land which is at the heart of his research. Narrowly dodging the lobotomizing bullet of institutionalized indoctrination, he said no to college and opted for self-education. The age of 18 found him in Wikieup Arizona where he spent the next 10 years in the company of cowboys, prospectors, adventurers, and the occasional fugitive. Here he studied religion, physics, poetry, botany, philosophy, primitive survival skills, traditional archery and the occult. He rode for a local ranch working cattle the old way and teamed up with an old prospector to explore the surrounding mountains and canyons.
During this time in Mohave County, Cory was also environmentally and politically active. Organizing at a grassroots level, he and residents organized, challenged and ultimately defeated a proposed powerplant which threatened the Big Sandy Valley aquifer. It was a four battle, fought in city, county and state theaters before finally shifting to Federal battle grounds. This provided firsthand insight into the American legal and political systems, both the good, the bad. As It stands today, that proposal is the only power plant ever denied siting by the Arizona Corporation Commission. And as it stands today, the Big Sandy Valley still has an aquifer. It was a true David and Goliath event.
Moving back to Phoenix with a proper education, Cory concierged in a high-end Scottsdale resort and began to rediscover his hometown. Here, the combined interest in history and the occult allowed for a unique perspective which eventually gave rise to The Phoenix Enigma.
Terri LaPoint joins us today in The Anomic Age to discuss her investigative work into medical kidnapping. She has published articles on hundreds of cases involving family members taken by Protective Services. We will also delve into the connections to the greater picture of child trafficking, pedophilia, and the murder of those who expose it.
Terri LaPoint was the lead investigative journalist for MedicalKidnap.com, a division of Health Impact News, for more than 4 years, where she investigated and published articles on hundreds of cases involving family members, mostly children, taken from their families by Child, or Adult, Protective Services. She continues her work as an independent investigative journalist at RealNewsSpark.com. She is a contributing author to two books, and a regular guest on Blogtalk and radio programs. She received Michelle Malkin’s Bulldog Award for her investigative work on medical kidnapping in 2017.