Charles Upton

Charles Upton

Biography:

Charles Upton is a poet, social critic, and lifelong student of traditional metaphysics and comparative religion, as well as a veteran of the counterculture of the 60's and 70's. In the 80's he participated in the sanctuary movement for Central American refugees, and also spent two years in the 90's working with Marin County's homeless. Around this time he discovered the metaphysics of the "traditionalist school," where some of the teachings reflect that the erosion of the energy barrier between the material plane and the world of psychic forces could signal the end of times.

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  • Alternative Health / UFOs & Social Engineering

    Pharmacist Ben Fuchs discussed natural remedies, nutrients, and more for maintaining good health. Followed by author Charles Upton on the government's use of UFO disinformation to advance a social engineering agenda.More »
  • Higgs Boson & Ancient Texts/ Inverted Spirituality

    In the first half, authority on the teachings of ancient mystics, Peter Canova, talked about how the recent detection of the previously theoretical Higgs Boson particle bears similarity to how thousands of years ago, mystics described creation and the origin of matter. In...More »
  • UFOs, End Times & the Antichrist

    Author Charles Upton, a student of traditional metaphysics and comparative religion, discussed how various traditions support an 'end-times' scenario, and how UFOs and the Antichrist play into it. UFOs, he suggested, are coming from another dimension that is similar yet...More »

Last Night

Strengthening the Grid  / Neuroscience of Spirituality
Strengthening the Grid / Neuroscience of Spirituality
Historian William R. Forstchen discussed the campaign to bolster energy and communications infrastructure against EMP attack and solar flares. Followed by Professor Todd Murphy on neuroscience, deja vu, healing, and telepathy.
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