Hunter Watkins is with us today to discuss the power of music. He promotes his philosophy with the golf swing and it’s relationship to music. We will also get into the use of COVID to promulgate fear and control the masses.
Born on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, Hunter has the ability to effectively communicate his philosophy with the golf swing and its relationship with music. His expertise in putting, short game, and full swing mechanics make him a valuable asset to Marine Park Golf Club. Hunter’s passion for the game of golf, combined with his teaching and playing experience, makes him one of the most sought after Golf Professionals in the New York/New Jersey North Carolina region. Hunter recently built Summer Hill Golf Studios to bridge the gap between music and golf.
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.
Rat Skates (born Lee Kundrat, on May 17, 1961 in Summit, New Jersey) is a filmmaker, writer and musician. He is most widely known as a director of music documentaries and his contributions to the thrash metal genre as the founding drummer of Overkill.
Overkill’s early success has been attributed to Skates’ songwriting presence and creative efforts. He was voted one of the top-ten drummers of 1987 by the Japanese publication Burrn!, and his drumming on the songs “There’s No Tomorrow” and “Feel the Fire” were the first recorded songs in the thrash metal genre to encompass non-continuous 16th note double bass drum patterns. The Overkill logo was drawn and colored lime green by Skates in 1981, and is recognized as one of the most famous heavy metal logos. He noted that when he removed the cross emblem from between the words in his original logo design, he never connected the two words “Over” and “Kill” together, and that is it was never resolved as being a one-word or two-word name, suggesting that Lemmy from Motörhead would know the answer. Skates declined offers to join Megadeth, M.O.D. and Mind Funk; he never attempted to return to Overkill and stated that his only regret was “being naïve to trust”.
Skates freelanced for the Suburban Cablevision television network as an audio engineer, live mixer and cameraman from 1988 to 1992; departing due to creative conflicts. In 1999, he studied digital audio production and non-linear editing from Trish and Chris Meyer, Jay Rose, and Adam Wilt, and designed and wrote advertising media for television, radio, print publications, performing arts societies, Fortune 500 companies, record labels and recording artists. As an independent filmmaker, he co-produced, edited and animated designs for the documentary Get Thrashed (2008, Lightyear/Warner Bros. Entertainment) and Born in the Basement (2007, MVD Entertainment Group), receiving twenty-one screenings in eight countries, winning six awards and pay-per-view broadcasting.
Skates conceptualized Rock-Un-Rold, a musician’s television talk show with colleague David Ellefson (bassist, Megadeth), and filmed a demo shoot at The Studio in New York City on October 28, 2007. They moderated two discussion panels of six recording artists and pitched an edited version to a Viacom representative who declined the concept due to the content being “too intelligent”. In response, Skates began filming interviews in 2009 for the documentary film Welcome to the Dream- The Rude Awakening of Rock Stardom for release by the MVD Entertainment Group in 2012. The films preview teaser excerpts interviews from Grammy-award winning guitarist Vernon Reid (Living Colour), Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater), Anvil, Jay Jay French (Twisted Sister), Karl Wilcox (Diamond Head), Dr. Patricia Basczcuk (Psychologist) and Robert J. Pisarek, Esq. (Attorney), and an excerpt from his commissioned work for Lynyrd Skynyrd. It is sponsored by the International Documentary Association.
This week it is my pleasure to welcome Rat Skates to the program and to continue our conversation with Alan Myers on FED ED. Rat is a conservative, Christian, filmmaker, writer and musician. He is most widely known as a director of music documentaries and his contributions to the thrash metal genre as the founding drummer of the band Overkill.
In this episode we will speak with Jordan Page and continue our conversation with Alan Myers on FED ED. Jordan Page is a national recording and touring artist who performs a mixture of rock and folk music that has captivated audiences all over the world. He is known for headlining at major protests and rallies in support of freedom, peace, and limited government.
Jordan Page is a national recording and touring artist who performs a mixture of rock and folk music that has captivated audiences all over the world. He is known for headlining at major protests and rallies in support of freedom, peace, and limited government.
As a political activist, Page has championed many freedom causes ranging from anti-war initiatives to gun rights to medical cannabis freedom to Bitcoin, and he is known as a leading voice of liberty in America. Please visit jordanpagemusic.com for more information.
Jordan’s most recent single was written for political prisoner and liberty activist
Schaeffer Cox. Schaeffer is being held illegally in a black site prison on US soil.
“The Persecution of Schaeffer Cox” is an anthem showing the injustice that has been
done to an innocent man in the hopes of seeing him freed.
Alan is a writer, speaker, and radio commentator on these and other related topics.