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SFR 130 - Escaping MatriXmas
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December 27, 2015 12:57 PM PST
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In this roamcast presented on December 25, Niall walks along the South West Coast Path and Slapton Sands in south Devon on a very mild day temerature wise. It starts with the idea of escaping the “MatriXmas”. In other words unplugging entirely from Empire’s cultural Christmas in a positive and inspiring way.
The other main topic involves good or bad futures as Empire crumbles - which future will we end up in? Will it be a flakey crusade world, a machine technocracy or an open source world of financial and cultural sovereignty?

And more.

Music:

Sparks - In The Future
The Levellers - World Freak Show
Eric Dolphy - Hat and Beard

SFR 129 - The aftermath of the UK voting to bomb Syria
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December 06, 2015 07:22 AM PST
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In this episode, Niall unleashes his controversial sense of humour by being blown up by a jihadist suicide bomber, complete with sound effects. However he survives unscathed because he's wearing a suit made entirely of Syrian passports, and proceeds to calmly sweep up the remains.

In this anti Syrian invasion podcast, Niall also reads an article concerning a Conservative MP who faked a death threat from a constituent, and plays a clip of James O'Brien from London's LBC Radio taking offence at David Cameron's insinuation that anyone against the government's decision to bomb Syria is a terrorist sympathiser.

The music is anti war/anti government too:
The Levellers - Another Man's Cause
Lindisfarne - Bring Down The Government

Teaser trailer for forthcoming episode 129
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December 05, 2015 11:24 AM PST
Full episode coming soon!
SFR 128 - World War 3 and Obsessive Ideological Disorder
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November 20, 2015 10:24 AM PST
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In this episode after a long break, Niall focuses on war, terror and the main fixed forms of ‘Obsessive Ideological Disorder’ which are plaguing the world. The main focus is the war machine in the aftermath of the Paris attacks and the knee jerk ideologies which inhibit the ability to talk rationally about the real problems, and how we need a non ideological form of unity and stop fighting each other as we unite against the sinister problems looming on the horizon. This episode contains a clip from a recent episode of Doctor Music: Niall Murphy - Orbisha (2015 remix)
SFR 127 - The end of freedom in the UK?
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May 23, 2015 08:10 AM PDT
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In this episode, Niall uses his real name to put himself on the firing line. This episode looks specifically at the new extremism bill proposed by the conservative government (no capitals for them) and the implications.

For anyone who has been paying attention, you will already be aware that the Human Rights Act is for the chop, the protection via the European Convention of Human Rights is to be compromised and a proposed bill to silence anyone who has alternative or sceptical views concerning mainstream narratives including a banning order and possible incarceration for the heinous crime of voicing an opinion which in not state sanctioned, looks like it is to be enshrined in law.

This episode is a plea to all "domestic terrorists and non violent extremists" who value their freedom of speech and expression to speak out against this new form of tyranny.

Music - Ozric Tentacles - Epiphlioy

FR 126 Roamcast: Schrödinger brought to ridiculous levels
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April 20, 2015 12:41 PM PDT
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In this episode, Mr Lens presents from a forest at the base of a fallen tree. It all starts with Schrödinger’s cat and goes into quantum ridiculousness as a satire on the barmy notions found in both the mainstream and alternative media.

Subjects include the existence/non existence of God and the problems of dogma in all forms of fundamentalism including that of materialism as well as religion. Examples include Dawkins style science claiming to have disproven God’s existence, why Ramadan couldn’t be celebrated in Tromsø, Norway during summer Solstice because you’d starve to death, why Summer Solstice can’t be celebrated on the equator, and other examples of relativism which make the dogmatic absolutism of religions unworkable if said religions are exported to different parts of the Earth, how academic climate scientists and historians can’t talk to each other about climate change because they only stick to their specialist subjects, and many more things in a random tangent style.

Music: Ozric Tentacles - Xingu (live)

SFR 125: Rim Job - Falling off the flat Earth and disappearing up our arses!
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April 03, 2015 06:01 AM PDT
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This episode starts with a comedy sketch involving falling off the flat Earth and being teleported to safety. No spoilers!

After a song break this gives way to a roamcast in a forest, where the subject of weaponised perception management is discussed. Just as Mr Lens uses sound effects to blur the lines between real and unreal, he theorises that the 911/JFK documentaries are being copied by people who are trying to convince us that lies are true, whether they be about the Earth being flat, satellites not existing or the International Space station not being real.

Other subjects include how Tolkein’s different subspecies in the Hobbit and Lord of the Rings - namely the Elves, Men, Wizards, Dwarves and Hobbits - are an analogue for Carl Jung’s archetypes, and that maybe Tolkein and Jung were tapping into the same phenomena via different disciplines. He elaborates on Thomas Sheridan’s theory about how the Orcs represent the toxicity which has infected the alternative/truth movement, and compares this to Paul Levy’s Wetiko phenomenon.

As the program comes to a close, Mr Lens urges the grounded and nice people who listen to podcast to create their own media, as ‘we need more good people making this type of media’.

Music:
Hawkwind - To Be Or Not
The Eagles - Journey of the Sorcerer (theme tune to Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy)

SFR 124 - Interview with Neil Sanders
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March 19, 2015 03:34 PM PDT
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In this episode Mr Lens interviews Neil Sanders. Before the interview starts, Mr Lens reports the latest news from the podsphere. As veteran listeners of Shamanic Freedom Radio will be aware, Jan Irvin has not been the nicest of people, and this week he made the mistake of upsetting Thomas Sheridan who responded by offering to fight him. As Jan probably has no intention of taking up the offer, Mr Lens decided to make that match a reality in comedy sketch form.

After the sketch, the interview with Neil Sanders commences. Many topics are covered including the use of LSD as a manipulation tool and Timothy Leary’s connection to the CIA, the use of PR, advertising and Marketing and their strategies of manipulating your perception and sense of reality, the use of weasel words and vague third party advocacy when advertising products, how Facebook lowers your self esteem when juxtaposed against people who appear to be living more exciting lives, and much more.

Join Shamanic Freedom Radio next time which will be presented from the rim of the Flat Earth!

Music:
Gong - Master Builder - Dedicated to the memory of Daevid Allen, who died a week before this podcast, aged 77.

Alternative Celebrity Death Match - Thomas Sheridan vs Jan Irvin performed by Niall Murphy
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March 16, 2015 10:54 AM PDT
 
Episode 123 - Roamcast: Enchantment in magical places
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March 11, 2015 03:30 PM PDT
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In this Roamcast on location from Avebury and Glastonbury, the two main energy vortices of England’s south west, Mr Lens captures a moment when he is in a state of enchantment, and attempts to talk about this in a matter-of-fact way rather than in the manner of a flakey evangelist.

In the first part, on the way from Avebury to Windmill Hill, Mr Lens discusses the fears in the deepest recesses of our subconscious minds which were put there by our lives, and how facing these dark inner realms can prevent darkness from coming into the physical/material world.

In the second part, on the way from Gog and Magog to the foot of the Tor in Glastonbury, he contemplates this feeling of enchantment, bliss, or spiritual lightness, and how if it could be possible to come up with simple language to create a universal reference so as to conceptualise this phenomenon without it having to take the form of ideology or evangelism, so that we could remember how to get back to this state in a simple way that will not cause us to lose our grounding.

Music:

Ozric Tentacles - Yog Bar Og
Johnny Pearson - Heavy Action

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