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5. Can the U.S. Really Get Astronauts to Mars by 2030?
6. Wikileaks and the Unfolding John Podesta UFO Story
Paris Tosen is a digital publisher, rogue researcher, and an activist for interstellar cultures. In November 2005, he was visited by three interdimensional people, and his life has never been the same. His friendship with Stelans (“Star People”) goes back more than 45 years. Paris’ research interests include Gnosticism and Christianity, synthetic humans, Hollywood aliens, reality science, and interplanetary colonization. His most recognized discovery deals with three synthetic human politicians on Capitol Hill. Paris is the author of numerous self-published books, including God is DNA: Salvation, the Church, and the Molecular Biology of the Gnostics and Persons Artificial: Simulacra at the Wheel of America. His book, The Earth-Colonizing Handbook of Generation Stelan, represents his most comprehensive work on Stelan cultures and human history. He recently renovated his site www.stelan.ca to provide a preliminary Public Disclosure. In his dedication to expose anti-alien propaganda, in 2013 Paris founded Stelan Affairs, a tiny outfit where Stelan culture is protected. Paris openly admits that he doesn’t have all the answers.
Please let Paris talk about his information on radio with pictures both times you had him on he never even had a chance to get to his stuff.
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DWH said: “Paris Tosen… soooo tedious to listen to, with no sense of information gained.” As Dr. Joseph Farrell might quip “Hear, hear!”
I would add that this exchange was brutally painful to the point of having the effect that I now feel less enlightened than I did before listening; yet I’m grateful that Richard can and does ask relevant and meaningful questions. It almost seemed as if the mysterious “Cabal” was trying to undermine whatever Mr. Tosen was trying to convey (or was it just bad Skype)? Further – echoing Louise’s comment; if the so-called “Star beings” (Stellens?) are so advanced or illuminated, why would they use this particular individual as a spokesperson? Would they not be better suited with someone like David Wilcock? (Maybe they are?).
There was/is nothing really new here that most of us haven’t heard before from others who don’t sound like they are struggling to come up with the right answer, or worse, make it up on the fly.
I would add this particular guest might be better suited for the ‘kid glove/soft question’ approach from that other host on C2C, but even that would be too much of a price to pay for those listeners.
I wish I could be more positive, so I will say (again echoing Louise) “Very fascinating topic but…”
10-15 major interruptions of Roger Stone in mid-answer the other night as Roger was TRYING to answer Richard’s questions and make his points. These interruptions, as per usual, completely throw off the flow of the show. Again, with this guy Paris, another couple handfuls of “now wait wait wait wait wait, I want to know (or please define, or similar)…” interruptions by Richard, never letting the guest even get to the end of a single sentence sometimes. It’s absolutely maddening and RUDE, Richard, that you can’t hold your thought until your guest has the opportunity to complete their response to your question, and it seriously detracts from my (and others, as I’ve seen over the months) enjoyment of your show.
Paris Tosen… soooo tedious to listen to, with no sense of information gained.
Very fascinating topic but the guest doesn’t seem to know how to express his ideas in a forthright manner. Too bad. He’s no match for Richard that’s for sure. The beings chose him to reveal this information, so why didn’t they pick someone who has the ability to express it better. This guy has a bit of an accent. My guess is that English was not his first language. I hear a bit of a French accent. I don’t get the impression that this guest has much experience being interviewed.
I agree with Louise. PT’s inability to respond decently is very much due to RCHs’ great ability to ask good and penetrating questions. I have heard PT in interviews before, with hosts yaying him up and away and really he ought to get his act together if he wants to present his peers in a better way.
Sometimes though, I feel RCH really stops the conversation with his interruptions. But this time it was in place. And Louise, not being a native English speaker I couldn’t hear any French in his English.
PS … bumper music by Amanda Best is the best :-).