[Podcast] What's Reality?

The New York Times on Feb. 2 urged Joe Biden to appoint a "Reality Czar" to combat misinformation and conspiracy theories. The article warned Mr. Biden that if he refused to recognize the "urgent threats" posed by the protection of free speech, "our parallel universes will only drift further apart, and the potential for violent unrest and civic dysfunction will only grow."


Two days later Time Magazine dropped a feature story detailing how a "conspiracy" led by a "well-funded cabal of powerful people" engaged in "an extraordinary shadow effort" to save democracy by working together behind the scenes to "change rules and laws...and control the flow of information" prior to the 2020 elections.


Has the NYT finally gotten hip to 5D Ascension? Does Time magazine's fawning coverage of this vast conspiracy of shadowy operatives mean it's OK to be a conspiracy theorist again?


It's all so confusing! But fear not, gentle reader. For Kairos and Phoenix have returned to fortify their podcast schedule and explore the nascent metaphysical dramas of the new year.


Plus: We look forward to the first of three exact Saturn-Uranus squares in 2021, talk about how you can choose your own reality, and consider the recently-floated idea that America needs to put the children of Republican voters in re-education camps!


Show Notes

PBS Lawyer Seen On Video Calling for Children of Republicans to Be Put in Re-education Camps - Emma Colton, MSN.com, Jan. 12, 2021

The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign that Saved the 2020 Election - Time, Feb. 4, 2021

How the Biden Administration Can Solve Our Reality Crisis - The New York Times, Feb. 2, 2021

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