Peter Levenda is the author of Unholy Alliance & Sinister Forces. He appeared in the TNT documentary, Faces of Evil, in his role as an expert on Nazi history with special regard to the occult and esoteric practices. He will also appear on the upcoming History Channel special, Nazi Prophecies. Peter has interviewed Nazis, neo-Nazis, Klansmen, Satanists, self-proclaimed witches and occultists, intelligence agents, clergymen, bogus clergymen, businessmen, military officials, and many more during the course of his research for both Unholy Alliance and Sinister Forces.
During the middle two hours, Ian Punnett (Twitter) was joined by author Peter Levenda, who provided an update on his book Ratline, which contends that Adolf Hitler escaped from Germany during the end of WWII, and discussed his new book The Angel and the Sorcerer, which examines the "occult origins of Mormonism." During the first hour, marketing and lifestyle expert, Marie Forleo, talked about business methods which are resonating with consumers during the financial downturn. Then, author and hospice volunteer Dannion Brinkley addressed how we can help veterans to heal and reintegrate back into normal life. He was joined by US veteran and artist, Bill Kleinedler, who shared the story of a supernatural experience he had while serving in Iraq. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Ian Punnett welcomed author Peter Levenda, who discussed how his research suggests that Adolf Hitler faked his death and escaped to Indonesia using an underground network of Nazi sympathizers. In the first hour, author Charles Pellegrino provided an update to his 4/8/12 discussion on the Titanic, and actor/comedian Judah Friedlander talked about how to beat up Bigfoot. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Journalist Peter Levenda joined Ian to discuss how occultish undercurrents and devious political forces influenced the course of American history. In the first hour, Ian welcomed Zak Bagans and Nick Groff of the Travel Channel series Ghost Adventures. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Ian Punnett was joined by esoteric researcher, Peter Levenda, who discussed the connections between Freemasonry and the Knights Templar as well as the group's role in a variety of historic events. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Appearing during the first two hours,historian of esoterica, Peter Levenda discussed his new book Stairway to Heaven, which connects occult knowledge across time, civilizations, and secret societies. The number seven and its relation to heaven or the after life is repeatedly seen across cultures, he said. For example, a map of seven stars was created by Chinese alchemists as a ladder to heaven. Various cultures viewed travel to heaven or space as a kind of spiritual transformation, and they engaged in purification, meditation and prayer to raise the body up to a higher level, Levenda noted. A common source for these themes and practices might have come from visitations of ETs or spirit beings, he added. He also spoke about the occult investigations of Aleister Crowley, who invoked the spirit of 'Lam,' an odd looking entity. Crowley made a drawing of Lam, which bears some resemblance to the modern "grey" aliens. Levenda said he is delving into Free Masonry for his next boo ... More »Host: George Noory
Three authors each shared their theories about who was behind the assassination of JFK. Lamar Waldron said the legacy of secrecy behind the murder has continued to impact American history. He cited Bobby Kennedy as being a central figure in the story. ... More »Host: George Noory
Investigative journalist Peter Levenda discussed his research into how the occult has permeated pop culture and institutions around the world. ... More »Host: George Noory