[00:00:00] jeremiah: Hello, my fellow, terrestrials coming to you from an RV deep in the Carolina mountains. Welcome to the what if they’re wrong podcast, the podcast that wants you to question everything, your reality is about to be shattered.
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I’ll put like a minute or two clip up. Just gives you a little glimpse into what’s to come, but without further ado, let’s get with Brittany and talk about some conspiracies. Hello, and welcome to the what of the wrong podcast, the podcast. I want you to question everything I am joined today by Brittany.
And we’re going to be talking about a few different conspiracies. Probably probably get into other topics like aliens or what she thinks of Bigfoot. Since I just did an episode about that recently, and it’s just going to be a mashup. So sit back, enjoy, and I’ll, uh, introduce Brittany now. Hello, Brittany.
How are you? Good. How are you?
[00:02:05] Brittany: I’m doing all right. Well, I’m a little under the weather. So I live in Texas and the pollen, the allergies. It’s just a mess. So if you hear me snuggling, please forgive me. I’m trying to like, hold it together.
[00:02:21] jeremiah: Yeah, they, um, allergies have been bad, like all year we’ve been talking about.
Yeah, we’ve been talking about, um, and it’s kind of just a joke, but it could be real. I don’t know. But, uh, me and my fiance talk about, they must be like spraying something in the air because it seems like our allergies have been bad, like all year long. And usually I only get allergies when it turns to fall and sometimes when it switches to summer, but not very often, but this past year it’s been constant.
[00:02:58] Brittany: Yeah. I don’t know what it is. It’s just, it’s really strange. Like I don’t get sick. So when I do, I’m always like somebody put a curse on me. Why am I saying, but this time around, I don’t know. It’s just my nose, my throat. It’s just a mess. I don’t know what the heck is happening, but I don’t like it.
[00:03:20] jeremiah: So, um, you had reached out to me, uh, because you said you were reading the book at pale horse, and I just wanted to talk to you about different things that you found or have fought about.
So I guess we can start by talking about the book and about the guy who wrote a William Cooper bill Cooper and, um, see how you, what you think about it. So what have you found so far by reading through it?
[00:03:49] Brittany: Um, so basically like the first. I would say like the first couple of chapters in that book is everything that we’re living right now.
And it’s really scary because I’m not exactly sure when he wrote the book, but the, it was back then. But the accuracy to what is happening right now is it’s amazing, but it’s also scary and I haven’t finished it yet. I’m still like in the beginning part, but basically, basically he talks about how everything is just orchestrated.
Everything is energy. There’s a certain special group of people that have a withhold on everybody else. And. If you’re an optimistic person, I’m going to say, this is not the book for you, because it’s going to leave you feeling. It’s going to leave you feeling so sad. And then when, once you sit back and think about it, you’re like, man, you know, they are one of the things that he talks about is how the entertainment has to be at like a sixth grade level.
And when you look at Tik TOK, you look at the stuff on TV, the music it’s just like mush. And I’m like, oh my gosh, I came out. I believe that, you know, he has all of this in this book and people can actually purchase it and, you know, read it and figure out what the heck is happening. It’s really scary.
[00:05:25] jeremiah: Yeah.
I was looking into it and. Surprisingly, and it’s probably a Cardinal sin for having a conspiracy fringe show is I actually don’t have the book. I need to get it, but, um, and I’ve not actually read it and I probably should, but I know, I know about it just from hearing it through different channels and different people.
And, uh, I think he wrote it back in like 1991. I want to say I’m not a hundred percent sure, but I think it was in the nineties and he had his own radio show where he was basically like the Alex Jones of that day. If you know who Alex Jones is, where he would basically talk about like government, uh, conspiracies, government coverups and stuff, they were doing that most people weren’t aware of or didn’t think about.
And, um, it’s kind of strange that, like you said, that you can buy the book because. Uh, he ended up having a shootout with the government or law enforcement at his door in Arizona. And, you know, I’m surprised they let his book continue in circulation and he is a figure that is split they’ve the mainstream.
Just write some office, some crazy nut conspiracy guy. And then the conspiracy circles kind of look at him as like, I don’t want to say profit, but for lack of a better word, kind of like a profit of things that are happening now, like you said, and it’s just very interesting the whole situation and how he’s predicted things.
And I listened to a radio show of his, uh, from June of 2001. So right before nine 11 and. Predicted the whole situation, the whole thing. And it kind of blew my mind. Yeah.
[00:07:26] Brittany: So apparently how, and I don’t, I don’t know if I’m explaining this correctly, but either way you guys listening, just go get the book or listen to it on YouTube.
Somebody uploaded with like 11, 12 hours of the entire book. So listen, read it, do what you can. But basically he explains in the first couple of chapters, how there’s this? I don’t want to say super computer, but super computer that runs different scenarios. And basically this scenarios that the computer is running.
That’s how the elites are always able to stay like I had of everybody else because they’re running all these scenarios. Now, my husband, who he dibbles and dabbles in queue a little bit, and he reads the post of parents. They too have a super computer. I know I sound crazy, but whatever, they too, having some computer that has ran different scenarios where the good guys actually win at the end of all of this.
So I don’t know whether you believe it or not. I think it’s kind of interesting stale, you know?
[00:08:39] jeremiah: Yeah. Well, I did an episode about, are we living in a simulation and it would kinda play into that where, um, if it’s a simulation and everything’s coded, then what, what would stop someone from tapping into that code and figuring out like, you know, what’s to come and, uh, you know, maybe the government does have ways to figure out what, what the future holds and they try to plan things out to match what they want to have accomplished.
And. Or if you’re religious, maybe it’s just supposed to be this way because, you know, if you take the book of revelations, which I think the pale horse is what he pulled from is, um, you know, revelations is supposed to happen and that cues in the end times, and then eventually the rebirth of like a godly kingdom.
[00:09:39] Brittany: Yeah. Yeah. It’s all interesting and very scary.
[00:09:44] jeremiah: Yeah. And yeah, just the fact that where we’re at now, like I think he talks about microchips and all kinds of other stuff that wasn’t really a thing back in the nineties when he wrote that.
[00:09:59] Brittany: Yeah. And then the whole concept, I can’t remember his exact phrase, but it was, it was something along the lines of eat now pay later or buy later or something like that.
And when you look at. I mean, you can get plane tickets or you got to do is make four payments. You know, you can get pretty much whatever you want. You can get it now and then buy it or pay for it later. And you just in other debt. And it’s just, it is a lot. And I I’m like, I should probably go back and finish the book, but the first 40 minutes of it is just a lot.
So I’m like, I don’t know. I don’t know if I really want to get to the end. I think I got to the part where he starts talking about, uh, the secret societies and all of that. And he does mention the Illuminati, but I think at this point where like beyond the Illuminati, like it’s gotta be it’s something now.
So I don’t know. I might think. That might not.
[00:11:07] jeremiah: Yeah. When I look into things like, um, I did an episode on Satanism in the music industry, uh, doing my research and I’m watching all these videos and all these interviews. And, uh, after a little while I have to kind of take a day break from it and cause it’s just too heavy and too, too much to consume at one time.
So yeah, I definitely get that. Um, I might be the same way I might start listening to it or reading it and then have to come back to it later.
[00:11:39] Brittany: Yeah. That’s what I’m probably going to do. I think I watch a lot of videos and I’ve listened to yours too. Um, in regards to the Satanism in music. And it’s like, once you start exposing yourself to all of this, nothing is the same method is enjoyable.
Like if you’re listening to music, it’s gotta be. I don’t know, like just instruments. Nobody can be singing, no rapping,
[00:12:09] jeremiah: like really upbeat,
[00:12:13] Brittany: high frequency. Like he can’t be any low-fi it’s just, I’m like, I don’t even, I don’t know how I even fell into this stuff, but sometimes I wonder, like, what would I be better off?
Like not knowing the things I know, or what do you think?
[00:12:33] jeremiah: Um, yeah, I do ask myself that it’s like, man, it would be nice to go back to before I looked into anything, because it seems the old saying ignorance is bliss kind of thing. But now like, um, I, I have friends and stuff like that, but I just. I haven’t really felt like I fit in, fit in with a lot of people.
A lot of people I’ll be friendly with them, but I can’t really make like a connection, I guess you could say. Um, just because if, unless they are awake to these type of things, and then it’s a little bit easier, but if they’re not, then it’s kinda like, well, what do I talk about? Or what do I, I do it. And I don’t want to be that guy.
Who’s like, oh, don’t listen to that. Or don’t eat that or don’t do that. Like, I don’t want to be that type of person.
[00:13:32] Brittany: Yeah. I can totally relate. So I don’t, I really don’t care for small talk, but if we have to talk, like it’s gotta be something like this. It can’t be, I don’t care about celebrities. I mean, they’re all devil worshipers anyways, but you can’t say that to normal people because then they’ll think you’re crazy.
[00:13:54] jeremiah: Yeah. And then like doing this Satanism and music thing, I try to present it in a non-crazy way, but still, but still make you like aware that. And I say like, I’m not trying to make you stop listening to something or following an artist that you like, but just to be aware. And I think there’s too many instances as I’ll show in no future episodes.
It’s too much to just be a coincidence. Like a lot of there are so many artists that are doing the same type of symbolism and following the same, uh, Alice Crowley character and all this other stuff for just to be a coincidence. Like there’s gotta be something going on there because. Why else would every artists do the same exact thing?
[00:14:45] Brittany: yeah, it’s very, very strange. Yeah. There this one guy that I listened to, or that I’m subscribed to on YouTube and he used to work for a record label. I want to say maybe it will Sony music. I’m not completely sure, but, um, he was a producer and he was making his way through, you know, through the chain and doing beats and all that good stuff.
And he said that they had. Invited him to a, an industry party, you know, some mingle and he didn’t give too much detail, but basically he was like, everything in there was extremely weird. Um, a lot of the higher ups are like witches and warlocks. And he said that really beautiful lady had approached him.
And he was kind of like, oh, well, how’s she looking at me? Cause I look up madness at this party book. And I don’t know, but why is she talking to me? And I guess she just started questioning him on, was trying to fill him out and, and all of that. And basically he wasn’t down with the weird stuff and they ended up firing him.
He said he got a text the next day that told him to bring his bag, his badge back to work and he took it back. And that was the end of that. And then ever since then, he’s been on YouTube, exposing, you know, Satanism and music as well. But his channel is on the decline because YouTube, you know how YouTube is.
So, yeah. But yeah, I totally agree. I don’t know how like rap music specifically, like how do y’all come from the projects in the hood and have guns and drugs and all of that. Like, that’s, that’s where you come from and then you shoot your music videos and you got all type of goats and vampires. Blood like, and pentagrams, like Joan, they’re not doing witchcraft in the hood.
Like I don’t get it. So this is just really strange. It’s so strange, but it’s really fortunate that I don’t know what people are not catching on, I guess. I mean, well we are,
[00:17:03] jeremiah: but yeah, well, I find recently, I say since the pandemic started, I guess, um, seem to be a big awakening time. A lot of people are becoming more aware.
They’re starting to realize things aren’t exactly as presented and they’re starting to try to take control of their own life and stuff like that instead of just following along. So I definitely see a trend towards that, um, on the downside, as he talked about and pale horse and all, is that. The government is essentially going to control everything that we do.
And you’re not going to be able to do pretty much anything without them telling you, you can.
[00:17:51] Brittany: Yeah. I’m not how we’re going to, I’m not sure how we’re going to get out of that either. That’s why I said, I feel like I need to finish so that we can, so I can kind of be like a step ahead. But at the same time already know it’s going to be like some Debbie downer.
We’re not getting out of this. We’re stuck type of stuff. So that’s on like, I don’t, I don’t know if I want to finish it.
[00:18:15] jeremiah: Yeah. And I feel like lately, um, like I said, since the pandemic started, seems like they’re really starting to put things in place to create this global government and as global, uh, force, if you could say, and you even had Joe Biden just did a news story on Thursday and Joe Biden said at the business console or whatever that, um, he’s working towards a new world order.
And like, that’s exactly what he said. We’re working towards the new world order. And I mean, there’s no way to hide what he said it was said. And
[00:18:58] Brittany: yeah, I heard that and I was like, I’m like, who else said this back in the day it was George Bush senior, right? Yes. I was like, see, and to us, when Pete, when he said that, I know you were. What’d you do say like we automatically caught on, but to other people, they were just like, oh, okay. Yeah, it’s just buying it.
But I’m like, you guys have to pay attention to the stuff that these people be saying when they say dark winter and you know, another, I don’t know, biological, whatever. It’s on a way it’s on its way and you know, new world order, like it says a stressful.
[00:19:40] jeremiah: Yeah. And there, I, I think they’re putting things in place for this global government or whatever cause, and I think that might be part of the reason they’re really cracking down on Putin right now.
Um, it, I don’t want to defend Putin or anything. I don’t think he’s a good person or anything, but, uh, it just seems like there’s so much focus towards him. Current time that we’re in and really makes you wonder, like, why are they so focused on, on this one thing when there’s so many issues going on at home, but yet everyone has to put the Ukraine flag up and you know, like, it just makes you wonder.
And then I heard things about, um, I guess the new thing is when Trump was president and he was saying China, like, there’s actually a town in Ukraine. That’s like chai, uh, Hyphen N NA or whatever. And a lot of people are saying that that’s what he was actually talking about, but he couldn’t like come out and say it because, you know, he’s got hours watching him and stuff like that.
So there’s people that are saying, well, what if these biological labs in China, in Ukraine was actually the source of this whole pandemic and not China, which was originally what everyone thought it was coming out of. And I thought that was pretty crazy. Yeah.
[00:21:16] Brittany: It’s definitely a lot to digest from what I understand, Russia is the one place where they’re not, they’re not trying to get down with what everybody else’s doing and because Russia is such a significant force in order for the powers that be.
To be successful. They meet China and he’s, I mean, not China, Russia. And he’s like, no, I don’t want to join the party. But I, I don’t know. It is very strange and I feel bad for the people in Ukraine, but I’m like, I never, I never heard of Ukraine prior to all of this. And to just see, I mean, it’s Everett, the blue and yellow is everywhere.
Even in our neighborhood. I don’t even know who put these God-dang ribbons up on the light pole, but they’re here. And apparently we have, you know, some Russian residents, so there’s a lot of back and forth in the HOA group. It’s just, it’s a mess. It is, it’s a mess. So
[00:22:24] jeremiah: yeah. And then you have, uh, then you’ll have the sad part is this is all polit political and.
Oh, conflict is all political, but yet the Russian people, a large majority of them, they don’t want the war. And, but yet they have to suffer because, uh, all these companies are pulling out of Russia now, and they’re not, uh, opening up shop or sending supplies or anything like that. So all these average, everyday citizens that don’t want anything to do with the war Ukraine or anything, or now they can’t watch Netflix or go to Starbucks or whatever.
Like their whole life is like turned upside down and it’s, they’re just part of the pawns in the game.
[00:23:12] Brittany: Yeah. And see, that was another thing I’m like Netflix has gone. There was a lot of major companies that pulled out and I’m like, I’ve never seen any, like anything like this before, where everybody just essentially shuts off all of their businesses, all of their services.
So this one particular place is just very, uh,
[00:23:35] jeremiah: yeah. And I think if you look back and I don’t remember all the instances, but I remember, uh, what was it Gadhafi off wanted to leave the central banking system, I guess, or the global currency, which is us right now. Um, and he wanted to have his own thing. And then wouldn’t, you know, shortly after we had to go in and take them out and then they fall right back in line with, you know, what we are trying to push.
So it seems like. Instances, and I don’t remember them all, but there’s instances where these leaders of these countries want to create their own system and their own dollar and everything like that. And, um, just seems like shortly after that, they’re no longer in power anymore. It kind of makes you wonder, you know, why is that?
[00:24:30] Brittany: Yeah. I don’t know if you’ve seen, um, the Simpsons, but every now and then I think it’s like during their tree house, so whore episodes, they will have like the big map of the world. And then they’ll have like the conference with like count Dracula, a couple of other, that is exactly what it reminds me of.
Like you have, I don’t know some aliens at this meeting. So reptilians at this meeting, couple of our government officials, and they’re all just coordinating this mass plan. That’s only going to be beneficial to them. It’s just. It’s all very, um, just strange and troubling,
[00:25:13] jeremiah: very troubling. And then what this Russia thing, cause it’s current, um, it makes you wonder if the reason they’re pushing so hard and all these companies are moving out of Russia and stuff like that is because they, that, like you said, Putin doesn’t want to fall in line with what they’re trying to do.
So the only way to achieve what they want is to demonize him. And, and like I said, I don’t, I’m not trying to be a S uh, Putin supporter or sound like, um, you know, pro Russia or anything, but it’s just, you got to look deeper than just what the news is presented.
[00:25:56] Brittany: Yeah. We could talk about the news. Do you even watch the regular news anymore?
I don’t watch the regular news.
[00:26:03] jeremiah: I only watch it through other sources. Like people that commentate on it.
[00:26:09] Brittany: Yeah. Yeah. Same here, because I was seeing compilations of it’ll be like channel five in San Francisco, channel seven out here in Texas channel 39 in Vermont. And everybody is saying the exact same thing.
[00:26:27] jeremiah: Yeah. That, that blows my mind too. Yeah. Yeah. You see those montage is where it’s like, they show like 10 different news programs and they all have the same exact opening line. And it’s like, who are you really getting your information from?
[00:26:47] Brittany: Yeah. Well, I leave, you know, that all the news stations, all the, uh, the broadcast and centers are owned by like what the same?
Well, at one or two people, I guess, so. I don’t know. Oh, no, I wish I could
[00:27:04] jeremiah: like three or four.
[00:27:07] Brittany: Yeah. I wish I could just go to another planet because this one is not, this one’s not working at
[00:27:14] jeremiah: all.
Yeah. So you had, um, mentioned aliens. What do you think about the whole alien phenomenon? And like, do you think that they are possibly meddling in things too behind the scenes where you can’t see? Um,
[00:27:34] Brittany: okay. So I, a hundred percent believe in aliens, so I’m going to say there, but as far as messing with stuff behind the scenes that I don’t know, I’m going to say I’m open to it.
I’m open to it, but I’m not exactly sure. But I do remember, um, watching the last season of American horror story. Did you watch that by the way?
[00:28:04] jeremiah: I did not, but I want to, yeah.
[00:28:06] Brittany: So apparently towards the tail end of the show, it starts to go into, uh, how president Eisenhower made this treaty with extra terrestrials in exchange for like technology.
He would give him some of us, like people, I guess. And, um, ever since I saw that that was one conspiracy that I, that I wasn’t too, that I didn’t really have knowledge on, but every, since I saw that, I’m like, you know what? I’m open to that as well. So I don’t know. I don’t know if they’re messing around, but I definitely think they are.
They are here. I do believe that I’m just not sure in regards to how involved they are. In our affairs, I guess is my
[00:28:54] jeremiah: answer. Uh, okay. Yeah. I just figured I’d ask. Cause some people think, some people say like the reptilians, which is a suppose that alien race that is nefarious. A lot of people say the reptilians are behind everything.
And then other people say the grays are kind of helping the government and manipulating things. So it’s always good to hear different viewpoints and
[00:29:23] Brittany: yeah, I wouldn’t put it past the government, like at all, but I will say generally, let me tell you the story. Okay. So I was about, I want to say about eight and a half months pregnant with my first son.
Right. And I could not sleep because he’s kicking, you know, how babies are doing what they do. Okay. So. I was trying to fall asleep, but I could not, because I just had this craving for cereals. I went to get my cereal, came back, ate my cereal in bed, went to sleep. I kid you not. I woke up, but I was dreaming.
I think when I woke back up, I was on the super, super cold metal table. And there was these bright lights all around me. I could barely, barely see, but I could hear stuff happening around me. And I kept saying, you know, don’t take my baby. Cause I was still pregnant. I was like, don’t take my baby. Don’t take my baby.
Don’t take my baby. And the TV flashed. And it woke me up and I will say, what the hell like was, was that like an alien experience? I don’t know what, I don’t know what it was when I tell you it was so real. It was so real. And if it had not been, I think my husband had turned the TV off. If it had not been for him turning that TV off, I don’t know what the heck would have happened.
It was scary. And I’m like, oh man, the aliens was trying to take my, take my baby.
[00:30:57] jeremiah: It’s um, it’s actually kind of funny that you say that because I interviewed a lady who claimed, so have been abducted by aliens and she was actually pregnant as well. And she talked now the people listening would already hear this because that episode will come out before hours.
But, uh, uh, she claims that they, you know, stuck something into her stomach or whatever. They’re like, I don’t know if to test on the baby or whatever. And, um, so it is very interesting that you say that cause. You know, I always talk about the alien abduction phenomenon and how, um, it seems to be very centered around reproduction and, um, sexual, but not in like a like naughty kind of way more like a scientific kind of way.
And yeah, it’s just interesting that you say that and who knows, maybe you did have a real experience and you just talk it up as a dream. Yeah,
[00:32:03] Brittany: I really hope Matt, but when I tell you it felt so real. And normally in my dreams, like when sleep arounds is about to happen or if I’m about to die in my dream, like I wake up because I refute, you’re not going to take me out in my sleep, but in that instance, and that instance, I was trying to fight it so hard and I just could not wake up.
I’m like, I don’t know if it was the cereal or what, but I couldn’t beat it. And if it wasn’t for my husband turning the TV off. Yeah. I don’t know what would have happened. It was really scary.
[00:32:41] jeremiah: Yeah, definitely. I wouldn’t, uh, I wouldn’t write it off as just a dream because I mean, it could have just been a dream, but you know, there’s always that slight possibility that you had a real experience.
I mean, I hope not for your sake because I still don’t know what is behind the whole duction thing. Because I have a feeling it’s not as good as people think.
[00:33:11] Brittany: So let me ask you this. So do you think that aliens are just extra terrestrial beings from different planets and all of that? Or do you think that they’re actually demons because I’ve heard that too.
[00:33:30] jeremiah: Um, so I always say that they are interdimensional. Um, I don’t, it’s possible that there’s aliens out in outer space, but I think a lot of what we see or experience or other people have experienced, I think is I think whatever entities they are, I’m not exactly sure. I think there’s some good and some bad, but I think.
They’ve found a way to rip through space-time or through dimensional portals or something. And so I think there are from another dimension myself, or they could, they could be from outer space and use dimensional, travel as a way to traverse the universe in a quick manner.
[00:34:18] Brittany: Yeah. That’s a good point. I don’t know.
I’ve heard the whole demon theory and then I’ve heard they are inter interdimensional beings, but I don’t know. I really hope we’re not going the demon route please,
[00:34:36] jeremiah: but I do, I don’t close off the theory that the grays that we see are demonic entities and that they, um, are actually, I don’t think they’re the actual fallen angels.
I think they’re more, uh, Android dish. I don’t think they’re, I don’t think they’re a hundred percent sentience beings themselves, the grays, but, um, I think they might be used by the quote unquote fallen angels from the Bible. And I think it’s possible that their whole alien abduction phenomenon is them trying to create life, even though they really can’t because they’ve been cast out of the heavenly realm, if you want to take on the religious aspect.
[00:35:31] Brittany: Okay. I can see that. I can definitely see that. Cause I’ve
[00:35:37] jeremiah: heard, I’ve heard Benny, I’ve heard many abduction stories that like women that get abducted while they’re pregnant or they get abducted, they become pregnant and then they get abducted again. And then they get shown their baby. And it’s like a hybrid baby and other ones, other ones have been shown babies that look really sickly or they’re dying.
And the aliens tell them you got to, um, hug this child and love on this child or whatever. Cause it’s dying and kind of makes you kind of makes you fall more towards that. Like you said, like demonic fallen angel side. Cause it’s like, if, what I think is right that they’re trying to create some type of life, but they’re not successful at it.
And it would make sense that. These alien babies are like sickly are dying and they’re trying to find a way to keep them alive. But I don’t know if they’ve found a way yet, or if they will,
[00:36:43] Brittany: you know, what that’s that was in that American horror story the last season. So it’s kinda, it’s split up into two different stories.
There’s like a, um, like a vampire S story in the beginning, but then on the tail end, when it starts to talk about, um, president Eisenhower and the aliens on all of that come to find out, they are abducting people to basically create the perfect hybrid, but they do keep that. So it’s like this girl and her friends, like three or four of her friends, they’re all abducted.
Even the guys, they’re all ducted. They all get impregnated. They all have the babies. And then hers was the only one that was the perfect one, the perfect hybrid. And then all the other ones were keel is yeah. Watch, watch that season. It’s very strange. But
[00:37:44] jeremiah: it’s another thing to watch.
[00:37:47] Brittany: It’s another one of those things where you’re like, Hmm, I don’t know.
This could happen. Yeah. It’s very strange.
[00:37:53] jeremiah: I don’t know if you’ve heard of like predictive programming or anything like that. It’s like where they’ll put stuff into movies and TV to kind of get you used to it. So like, um, I don’t know. A lot of just, this is just an example, not saying it’s happening or anything, but a lot of shows nowadays seem to be geared towards like the.
Collapsing or society collapsing. You have like the walking dead. And I think one was revolution or evolution where the power went out and everything. And they have all these shows that are like post-apocalyptic and all that. And there’s a theory, predictive programming where they’ll show all that stuff because they know in the future it’s going to happen, but they’re trying to prepare society to handle that situation.
So same thing with aliens, they show all this alien stuff and alien movies and just to desensitize people to it and kind of make it also to make it not as real as it really is. And kinda like so other people that aren’t like into conspiracies and aliens and all that stuff are like, oh, that’s just crazy movie stuff.
And then it kinda like helps them discredit people that are actually looking into things.
[00:39:19] Brittany: Yeah. And you know what, Dr. Cooper, he talks about that in his book too. And it’s basically like your, it’s almost like a silent consent because you watch it, but you don’t say anything about it and you don’t do anything about it.
So I don’t know. Like I remember seeing, um, I remember watching, I think it was doctors sleep, I believe. Did you see that movie?
[00:39:49] jeremiah: I have not now.
[00:39:51] Brittany: Yeah. So, yeah. And it’s based off, uh, a Stephen King book and basically to make a long story short, there’s this one particular scene in the movie where the there’s all these people trying to harvest this energy from this child.
And it was really disturbing watching it because I mean, we know about the whole adrenal problem and all of that stuff. And then when you watch the movie, I kid you not it’s it’s right there. That’s exactly what they’re doing. They actually killed the kid. And I remember sitting there with like an eight and ten-year-old of my own and was just like, what the hell did I do?
But falling back to my, you know, con conspiracy stuff, I’m like, they just did like some type of weird adrenochrome ritual on this child, in this movie that is in theaters and everybody can watch it. And so the common person, they they’re just watching this kid, but I’m like to me, to us, to our kind of people, we know exactly what’s up.
And I’m like, what? I don’t know why they would put that in a movie, but I also know that. Hopefully all that stuff that, you know, celebrities and all that, all of, you know, the stuff that they do will eventually come out. But I think it’s going to be so mind blowing to regular people. They’re just not, they’re not going to believe it.
We know what’s that. So again, I don’t know. Um,
[00:41:30] jeremiah: it’s like the whole Epstein island thing. It’s like, it’s obvious that this was going on and they have all the records and stuff, the flight logs and all that stuff. But the average, I would say the average person, the person who’s not into this kind of stuff, they don’t really make too.
Uh, what’s the word I’m looking for? They don’t really like, think anything of it. They’re just like, oh, it’s a flash news story. And then they move on to whatever else is in their life. Or, um, The next show that they’re watching or whatever, but this was a real thing that was going down. And a lot of celebrities, a lot of government officials, and it should have been a way bigger case than what it was like.
It should have been on national news everywhere and all these people. But if you notice, I don’t think well that Jocelyn Maxwell or whatever is the only person who got arrested and tried for any of that stuff that was going on. And it’s just crazy. And I mean, you have, you know, like I said, all those records, all the pictures of her and Epstein together and all these celebrities that they were with.
And it’s just not saying, uh, but the average person is not awake enough to like make a connection, I guess. And. Uh, and I don’t want to make people sound dumb, but like they’re just focused on other things. And, but like, something like that is just perfect example of how they can get away with stuff.
[00:43:14] Brittany: Yeah.
And that is the scary part. I mean, I thought for sure, which, I mean, we weren’t going to get much from that whole case, but I’m like, surely like y’all have to like give us something and we’ve heard nothing, nothing at all. And I’m like, y’all, don’t find it suspicious. Like, I guess he was trying to create like his own, I don’t want to say Colt, but like his own perfect people.
And then she had, I guess she had like her submarine license and they were going to start doing this whole thing using the oceans. Like you guys don’t find anything suspicious about that. What about the whole Wayfair situation? Here on a Friday, re a random Friday afternoon and then like gone the next day.
Like, come on. I’m just hoping when stuff like that happens, I’m just like, come on people, please come on. Like, you don’t have to be crazy, but just please, please wake up before it’s too late. And we’re all in FEMA camps, like, come on y’all but no, nothing.
[00:44:27] jeremiah: Yeah. That Wayfair thing too was like, how can you deny human trafficking?
Wasn’t going on? Like they had cabinets cabinets for like $30,000 up there. Like what cabinet in this world was $30,000.
[00:44:40] Brittany: Exactly. And when you think about it, like it is the perfect plant as disgusting as it is. It is the perfect plan because. You know, only people in those circles would know what to look for.
Like if we go on there and we’re looking for, I don’t know, for like shelves or something, we’re going to totally bypass $30,000 shelves. Yeah. But if you’re in that circle, you know exactly what to look for. And for that to be here, just like, like I said, randomly on a Friday afternoon and then gone within hours, it’s just, it’s crazy.
[00:45:18] jeremiah: Yeah. And there’s something going on. Um, when it comes to children, like I know the whole theory of like, they gain power from children or whatever, like you said, from that show. And it’s just, uh, especially with this, um, Satanism and music and stuff like that, you notice a lot of these artists come up and like, Disney or Nickelodeon or wherever, some type of kid’s platform.
And they become super famous to all these little kids. And then before you know it, right when they’re the kids that were focused on them, like Miley Cyrus, let’s say all her little girls that were like in love with her as Hannah Montana now of right when they were reaching like puberty age, you notice Miley Cyrus shifts over to the Miley Siler.
So we know now and those, the whole chore and on stage thing, and kind of goes down that, that path. And I don’t think there’s a coincidence there. I think that’s all orchestrated. Same thing with a little NAS X with the old town road he came out with that became super popular. All the kids loved him. He was at the, uh, Was it called elementary schools and singing along with the kids and stuff like that.
And then when, you know, right after that, his next hit was where he was lap dancing on Satan. So,
[00:46:47] Brittany: yeah. And see, I can do some disturbing stuff, but my mouth was on the floor the entire time that I watched that video. And I’m just, and I understand he’s grown, you can do whatever you want to do, but I just feel that you were in that you intentionally knew what was going to happen and what the outcome of this was going to be.
And I kind of took it personally because I’d like to his old town road, but to see him go from that and even the lyrics and that song, it’s kind of like, ah, you know, should the kids be with. But, you know, you know how kids are, you know, how we, parents can be, we’ll let us slack, but to go from that, which is seemingly, I’m going to say kind of innocent to now you’re like twerking on the devil and just like the visuals were really, um, yeah, they were like really intense.
And then you release the Satan shoes, like, and then you’re pregnant. Like, like what, what type of demonic juice did you sip on this
[00:48:00] jeremiah: morning? Yeah. And, um, I was actually kind of glad the backlash that his shoes got. Cause I wasn’t expecting that, but it definitely showed some hope for humanity, I guess, that you’re like, okay, that’s a little too far that you’ve put in real blood in these shoes.
And then like he dropped him and all that stuff and. Yeah, like it makes you wonder, like, like I say, the music industry itself, I think plays a huge part in what their videos do and what they look like, and they’re signed to these contracts. So they have to fulfill these contracts if they want to get paid.
And, you know, some artists will take it, you know, as far as they’ll let them, and then you have other artists that kind of start going against it, like Michael Jackson, where he started going against them. And then when, you know, not too long after he ends up dead and you know, they, you know, like Epstein blame it on a suicide overdose, well suicide for him.
And then. Yeah. So it’s just weird. How, and like what I say, I don’t think it’s a coincidence. I think there’s definitely something going down.
[00:49:20] Brittany: Yeah. I don’t know if it’s some type of initiation or what, but I do remember that apparently there was this meeting back in the eighties or nineties and I need to get my dates.
Right. But anyways, there was this meeting back in the day between the print prison industry and the music industry, particularly like gangster rap, I believe. And basically the two were supposed to come together, make more destructive criminal, shoot them up type of music in order to continue to continue funneling people through the prison industry.
And I’ve heard that. On a couple of different platforms that that meeting actually did happen. And I’m like, so how did we go from like, it just being drugs and gangster rap to now, like you guys are a full blown, sacrificing, like goats and stuff in your video. So w w what happened? What time period did the devil?
I’m sure the devil has always been in music, but now it’s, we’re way past, like, shoot him up gangster songs. This is full-blown pentagrams and stuffing your
[00:50:42] jeremiah: videos. Yeah. It’s almost like they’re not trying to hide it anymore. It’s kind of like, oh, well, no, one’s going to do anything about it. So,
[00:50:51] Brittany: yeah. But you know, what’s crazy though.
I still hear people saying where they’re just doing it for shock value, or they’re just doing it because they know that you guys will talk about it. But I think at this point it’s been so overdosed. Like think of something else, but I get some guys can’t think of something else. It’s the same theme in every video, the last video, why didn’t watch the entire video, I’ve seen screenshots of it.
It is a Megan, the stallion. And I want to say duel, lipo, Dua, Lipa music video. And I’m like, ladies, come on, let’s get it together. I’ve seen some of the demonic screenshots from that music video. And it’s like, what, what, why, why do we have to do this? But I don’t know. I guess that’s the thing nowadays.
[00:51:48] jeremiah: Yeah.
And then there’s artists that come out against it too, but they never can go mainstream because they’re not part of. Click or whatever. And same thing with, like you said, like when rap music first started, it was just about the inner struggles or the struggles of like inner city living and talk. They had a lot more uplifting, empowering, uh, you know, lyrics and stuff like that.
And they were trying to, you know, try to make the best of their situation, I guess, and try to change, you know, society’s view and everything like that. But then, like you said, all of a sudden it seemed like gangster rap just took over. And like all the nineties was just like gangster, gangster, everywhere and, you know, shooting drive-bys and all that stuff.
And it just was the only, well, not the only thing, but it was the majority. The music out there. And like you said, it’s has a destructive force. Cause music, music can persuade music can control. Um, you know, if you’re sad, you listen to sad music because you can relate, it resonates with you. And same thing when you’re going to the gym, you want uplifting life, power music and stuff like that.
So music definitely plays a huge role in people’s lives and it can definitely persuade you one way or the other depending. And they’ve done studies with like lab mice, where they’ll have one listen to heavy metal and the other listen to classical and the one listen in a classical performs better on all the tests that they do.
So there’s definitely something there.
[00:53:35] Brittany: Yeah. I totally agree. You know, I’ve heard of stories where they were recording artists will record their session and it’s just the raw music just run. And they are recording on the masters, but then I guess somebody takes the masters and does whatever they do with the master record.
And that is what we hear. So if anybody is trying to get into the music industry, I highly recommend you just stay independent. Don’t sign with any big time, don’t take the record deal because they’ll take your soul and it won’t be good. So that’s my, my word of advice for the day.
[00:54:21] jeremiah: Yeah. And the same thing with the like music videos and stuff is like the artist may not even know that that imagery is behind them.
Um, they’re just probably dancing on a green screen or whatever. And the label industry puts all those images behind them after the fact. So like the artists might not. Totally be about that stuff, but because they’re signed with a major label and that label has their own agenda, then that gets added on after the fact.
And, and then if they go to the label and they’re like, oh, I don’t, I’m not down with that. Then the label could just be like, well, you’re not getting paid. So
[00:55:09] Brittany: yeah. You know, I’ve heard the same with, um, even with gospel music. And I’m like, you know, as somebody who kind of disorder grew up in the church, those gospel songs do not sound the same.
Now that I’m older and I’m into this stuff either way across all industries, it just sounds like we’re all chanting and singing to, you know, some mystical being that we probably should not be singing and chanting to. And I remember there was this one gospel artist. I can’t remember his name, but. He said that he had a label meeting and they wanted him to perform his song a certain way or do his, do his song a certain way.
And basically he meant he ended up stepping away from the gospel industry because come to find out, it was just as bad as the secular music industry. And I’m like, dang, y’all got gospel music too. We can’t listen to it.
[00:56:12] jeremiah: I know it’s, it’s crazy. And like I said, through my research and looking into it and watching countless videos and stuff like that, it’s just, like you said, it kind of makes you just want to listen to classical music or something, something without any words or anything like that.
But, you know, I still do listen to songs and stuff. I’m just, when I listened to it, I’m aware of what I’m repeating or listening to. So it doesn’t just brainwash me while I’m listening to it.
[00:56:43] Brittany: Yeah, same. So when doing your research was probably like the weirdest or strangest, um, musical artists, conspiracy you’ve came across.
[00:56:59] jeremiah: Um, I think, Hmm, that’s a good one. I think lady Gaga is probably up there.
[00:57:09] Brittany: jeez weird.
[00:57:11] jeremiah: Yeah. And there’s supposedly a story and I don’t know if I covered on episode one, but I’m going to cover on episode two. I can’t remember. But, um, there is actually a story and the mom of the girl, uh, says that it’s true too.
That her friend, Lena, I think was her name. She, um, Trying to become an artist before lady Gaga was famous and lady Gaga was kind of like her backup singer and they kind of detracts together and stuff like that. And music videos. And they, the theory is that lady Gaga had her friend Lena killed to take over her image and her style and become famous on her own.
And now lady Gaga was not present at the time. Lena fell off of the top of the apartment building or whatever, but that doesn’t mean that there wasn’t someone paid to go do that or something. Um, but yeah, it just seems very weird. And then Lena’s mom came out in an interview and said, yeah, lady Gaga, um, had my daughter killed and took her image and style and everything.
Cause if you watch the old videos of Lena and lady Gaga, they’re very similar characters. So that’s definitely a one that I found was very interesting.
[00:58:46] Brittany: That’s strange. You know what? I’m not going to put that past lady Gaga. I’m not gonna put that past her. Yeah. She’s very weird too. She’s another one that kind of just came out of nowhere and when she does appear, she’s always doing some really strange, weird stuff.
I watched the video about. And how she’s friends with that marina I’m Brock what’s that lady’s name? Marina Abramovich or something like that? Yeah, something like that. Yeah. But how marina had her, like in the woods doing this cleansing ritual type of deal, where they were like running naked in the woods and trying to become one with nature?
No, I’m not putting that past lady. God, God, she probably did have that poor girl killed, but that seems to be the, the thing with all of them. Somebody close mysteriously dies and then, you know, they take off.
[00:59:45] jeremiah: Yeah. You have, uh, you have a lot of instances where someone close to them dies. Like, uh, what was it?
Dame dash and someone else were wanting Aliyah. I think it was. And then Aaliyah ended up dying and. Then they became, you know, super rich and everything like that. And then you have a thin Kanya west and his mom.
[01:00:13] Brittany: Yeah. I’ve watched a video on that too. And I don’t think so. Apparently after Ms. West had her surgery, she was discharged, went home was fine.
But then in between being at home and, you know, going through rehab care and all of that, like she ends up passing and I listened to the nine 11 call. It was a complete mess, but I’ve also seen Kanye in concerts. Well, not like physically there, but I’ve seen videos of him being in concerts, talking about, you know, he sacrificed as much.
He never, should’ve moved out here to LA if you would’ve stayed in Chicago and she would still be alive and. I don’t know Kanye. I don’t know why you, what you done did, but,
[01:01:10] jeremiah: and then you have, um, what’s her name? Think there’s one also that I saw Jennifer Hudson, supposedly like, uh, her, her nephew and her stepdad or her dad or somebody, some.
So there was a couple people in her family that got killed at the same time. And, you know, there’s people that chalk that up as like a sacrifice to become famous and all that.
[01:01:39] Brittany: Yeah. But even like with her situation, I think it was like, I think it was like her nephew and then like two other people. But the guy who supposedly did it, he said that he didn’t do it.
I don’t know. But you know what, who else? Megan? The stallion. And I hate to keep talking about her, but her mom passed away. And then shortly after her mom passes away, she takes off. Um, there is a rapper by the name of, I think it’s a baby because dad passed away and then he’s like everywhere.
[01:02:17] jeremiah: Um, I think the baby guy, um, he actually lives in my town.
He, uh, has a big, I don’t want to call it compound, but he has a big house. Like, I don’t know, maybe 10, 15 minutes from me. Cause he’s originally from Charlotte, I think. And I think someone tried to kill him at the Walmart and he ended up killing that person instead. And then he moved out to where I’m located now, uh, or in this area.
And, uh, yeah, he kind of just blew up out of nowhere to
[01:02:52] Brittany: yes. And I, if I’m not mistaken, his album dropped, I think like the same day or oops, within days of his dad. Passing. And then he takes off, um, Kendrick Lamar. They, there was a chicken Nair group who apparently she climbed on top of one of the radio towers out there in LA and jumped.
And then, you know, they blew up right after. So I’m just like, yo, yo, I just, I don’t want anybody to try to sacrifice me don’t
[01:03:28] jeremiah: and like I said, I don’t know for sure. I’m just saying that these are things that have been presented as possibilities. And, um, it just, like I said, it’s, if it’s just one thing, then it’s, you know, just a coincidence or, but if it’s multiple, then I start questioning like what’s really going on.
Like why does every artists have a picture with their one eye covered with their hand or. Something over there. One, I like, why, why this, every artists have that and we’re, we’re talking across rock, rap, everything. Um, it’s not just one genre. So if you’re like, well, they’re just copying each other wall. Why would rap artists copy, uh, heavy metal artists?
Or, you know what I mean? It just doesn’t make sense. And yeah, there’s other things too. Like I think prince might’ve gotten knocked off cause he was kind of into conspiracy stuff. He talked about like chem trails and she, and he was starting to like speak out, I guess. And then a lot of times it seems like when these artists are getting close to fulfilling their contract or going off and doing their own thing seems like when they end up dead and uh, Yeah, it’s just strange to me as, as the more I look into it, the more I’m like, there’s something going on here.
There’s got to be,
[01:04:56] Brittany: yeah, I definitely agree. I know for that, um, ex ex 10 Tachyon guy, I’m sure I’m butchering his name, but he had said that if he dies, basically Drake did it and then he ends up getting shot. And then even with, um, I think there was another one, uh, juice world had, did like some type of Pinta gram type of ritual deal on a beach.
And it was like, where are y’all getting this stuff from? Like pulling this from it’s weird and
[01:05:30] jeremiah: everywhere and said, it’s not something they grabbed the oldest streets of whatever town they’re inner city
[01:05:35] Brittany: they’re here. Everybody’s doing the devil horns and I’m like, you cannot tell me that’s not satanic.
When the creator of the satanic church, did you, have you seen that interview? It’s it’s really old, but he, the guy, he goes on a talk show and he’s like talking about how he’s blessing the audience and he has his hand, you know, doing the thing.
[01:05:57] jeremiah: Yeah. I saw that
[01:06:00] Brittany: just like, like stop throwing, but start doing that.
Don’t cover up your eyes. Stop taking the vowel of silence. Like don’t do no periods stop throwing up the triangle. Don’t do that. Don’t do any of that. Just thought.
[01:06:16] jeremiah: Yeah. And yeah, like I said, it’s. If it’s just one or two times or one or two artists, I would just be like, eh, it’s whatever. But when I have like 12 pages of artists that do the same exact thing as the next 10 it’s at that point, it’s not a, it’s not a coincidence.
[01:06:38] Brittany: Yeah. It’s, it’s very strange, but you know what? I’m not surprised because on the Hollywood walk of fame, there is a may Sonic building down there in Hollywood. So I’m not surprised that, you know, all of that stuff is happening there when you guys have that make Sonic temple downtown. And it’s, um, I would assume that Cali is like the entertainment district of the world.
[01:07:13] jeremiah: Yeah, there’s a lot of stuff in Hollywood too. And I hope to cover that eventually. Um, I’ve just been focusing on music now, but my next focus will be the Hollywood aspect, but there’s a lot of, lot of stuff in the Hollywood industry that is very dark and satanic. And, um, you know, if you, if you really look into it, you’ll start to notice that there’s patterns, there’s symbols.
There’s other things that are involve. Um, a lot of the, well, there was a guy I listened to, well, he still makes videos, but there’s a guy listened to and he did a whole series on Bob Saget and, you know, Bob Saget died recently and everyone’s like above Bob it. But like, if you really look into this guy, Bob Saget, he.
He’s not a very good person. He’s not a very good guy and not someone who should be praised or wherever. Like there was an instance on that full house show where he, during a break from filming was doing a fake rape of a baby doll on the bed or whatever. And even his like chat, even as castmates were like, dude, what are you doing?
It’s weird and stuff like that. And he’s just very, very strange and there’s other stuff. Um, but it’s just like, you know, what, what is really going on back here? And then one more thing about, um, lady Gaga was she was actually invited to a party by that Prama Vich or whatever her name is. And they had a cake that was shaped like a human.
All bloody. And these people were cutting this cake and there was like fake blood everywhere and eating this human cake or whatever. It’s just very odd, very strange. And
[01:09:15] Brittany: it is, and I’m like, isn’t that one of Crawley’s teachings where you have to, I don’t, I can’t. I keep saying, I don’t know. I know what I’m trying to say, but he had, there’s something about this particular cake that you’re supposed to eat.
I can’t remember the exact name of it. I don’t even want to remember the exact name of it. All of that human, like pretending you’re doing camp participating in cannibalism. That’s all right. Up his alley. So yeah, I wanted to look into Bob Sackett, but I remember watching full house as a kid. And it’s another one of those things.
Where do you really want. That memory to be targeted. But the fact that I think said no lie, he said that he would most likely be found dead in his bed and then like,
[01:10:09] jeremiah: you know,
[01:10:11] Brittany: yeah. It’s, it’s all very, it’s all very strange, but yeah, I’m definitely looking forward to you covering Hollywood because things like that, the whole situation where Isaac Cappy, like calling out everybody and then getting them saying that he like pushed, pushed himself or thrown himself through his self off a bridge or something like that.
That’s all suspicious. Tom Hanks is suspicious. Um, just everybody suspicious. So yeah. I’m looking forward to you doing
[01:10:50] jeremiah: that. Yeah, I think wasn’t. What’s his name? Tom Hanks. Wasn’t he? The one that was gonna fleet a Turkey during the whole Epstein thing, because they cause they had like legalized pedophilia or something like that.
I don’t remember for sure, but they are, they had less strict laws about it or something like that. And everyone gets shocked because they’re like, oh no, Tom Hanks. He’s like one of the nicest guys and one of the, you know, from our childhoods, you always see them as this nice character or this, you know, sweet character or whatever.
But I think you need to detach yourself, not you personally, but people need to detach themselves from the character and the actual person, because what you see on screen, they’re just acting, they’re playing a part and you don’t know what the actual person is like.
[01:11:48] Brittany: Yeah. I definitely. I agree. And you know what?
I want to have his Instagram and I don’t follow any celebrities, but once the rumors started to circulate about him, I went on his Instagram. And when I tell you it’s one of the weirdest, strangest Instagrams that I’ve been on, it’s like random pictures of like gloves or a card, or, and it goes back to if you’re in his circle, if he’s into the things that we think he’s into, if you’re in, if you’re in his circle, when you go through his Instagram, you know, the things to look for, but to a regular person, it just looks like he takes a picture of takes a bunch of pictures of her ass.
Yeah. It’s really strange. It is very strange. And another thing definitely look into what the heck happened to Heather O’Rourke. I think that was her name, the little girl from, um, the culture gap.
[01:12:48] jeremiah: Oh, yeah, it didn’t go. I did hear something about that, but I didn’t look into it. Yeah. I’m going to write that down because I definitely want to look at that.
[01:12:58] Brittany: Yeah. What the heck happened to her? Apparently she died on set and her what? They didn’t tell her mom nothing. So she left apparently, and I don’t know how correct this is, but apparently she went to go film, whatever movie and her mom was not there on set. And when her mom came back, her daughter had passed and she does not know what exactly happened to her daughter.
So I always thought one was kind of strange. I’m kind of, I’m trying to see what else. Um, definitely.
[01:13:37] jeremiah: What’s his name? Uh, Corey Feldman. I think he’s coming out many of times talking about how he was, uh, Like a cost ID or, um, sexually advanced on, or, um, you know, told to do weird stuff and, you know, he’s come out and said it plain as day that some, and then he’ll shift back to being normal, normal, uh, Corey Feldman.
But there’s definitely, definitely characters that. And then Brittany Spears, Brittany Spears, perfect example of being mind controlled and stuff. And you had that instance where she had that mental breakdown and shaved her head and all that stuff. And then what, what did they say? Oh, we checked her into rehab and then all of a sudden she came back out with new music and being regular Brittany again.
So did they reprogram her where you a brainwasher. I mean, and then the whole freeing her of the conservative ship, uh, that just transpired, you know, I don’t know. It’s just strange. Everything’s so strange.
[01:14:49] Brittany: Yeah. It’s so weird. And then I’m trying to think, um, what else? Oh yeah, definitely looking to that doctor.
No sleep movie, doctor sleep doctor, no sleep. Yeah. Yeah, definitely look in to that. Um, yeah, it’s just, it’s crazy. It’s so crazy. And it’s really unfortunate because it kind of takes the joy out of everything. Like you can’t just sit. I’m a big mustache. Algia cartoon watcher. And it’s like, when I try to watch the cartoons now as like, I can’t, I can’t even do it.
The music don’t sound the same holidays. Aren’t the same because everything is paid. Ritualistic, if nothing is enjoyable, but like hot Cheetos and water, that’s it?
[01:15:47] jeremiah: Yeah. Like if I watch shows now I’m always constantly on the lookout for like subliminal messages or symbols that pop up and that don’t really fit what’s going on and all that stuff.
So, yeah, like you had said earlier, like it, sometimes it would be better to just not know any of this stuff and just unplugged so to speak. Yeah. I
[01:16:11] Brittany: definitely agree. Totally.
[01:16:15] jeremiah: But yeah, thank you for coming on. And uh, definitely enjoyed this chat. I love talking about all this stuff. And like I said, in the beginning of the show, it was a mashup.
So I know we were kind of all over the place set points, but you get the overall gist and feel and, you know, I just tell people like, oh, he’s just question everything. Don’t just go by what you were raised by or what you were taught about or anything like that. And I’m not trying to tell you to believe anything, just look into it yourself, if you question it or if you aren’t sure, just go look it up yourself.
Like everything that I present is available to find online. Unfortunately you have to dig a little deeper sometimes because the internet is so censored now, um, which people should be very worried about too is yeah. If they’re starting to remove certain things from YouTube now what’s to stop them from saying you won’t be able to search something on Google or won’t be able to look something up and then it’s like, then you’re force fed whatever they want you to be force fed.
And, but anyway, yeah. Thank you for coming on and talking with me and talking with the audience here and definitely enjoyed it.
[01:17:43] Brittany: Thank you for having me. I was so excited to see your post because no disrespect to everybody else, but I have to be honest, everybody’s podcast is, you know, it’s all the same stuff.
It’s all relationship, entrepreneur business, true crime stuff. But I think yours was the only one that I had seen in our group that is just totally different right up my alley. So I was so excited and thank you so much for having me. I really appreciate.
[01:18:13] jeremiah: Yeah, no problem. And yeah, I like, I like to be different and cover different topics and like, I’ll go from, you know, covering Bigfoot one day to aliens and the next to, uh, say Newsom and music the next day.
So it’s like, you never know what you’re going to get. It’s kinda kind of fun, but, uh, yeah. Thank you. And.