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Max Igan convo with Jason Breshears -Archaix- July 31st 2022

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Max Igan convo with Jason Breshears -Archaix- July 31st 2022

Too many topics for just one category. Video and book links.
This was a refreshing new topic (to me anyway). Better than other presenters on similar topic. Of course, several topics I didn't "resonate" with, but he has a very positive vibe, even though he is talking cataclysms and apocalypses. Entertaining, with a lot of interesting ideas for further cogitating.
Max & Jason convo:
This is a completely unedited, no frills, free flowing conversation.
Enjoy :)
Jason Breshears Website: -- YouTube:

When the Sun Darkens, by Jason M. Breshears
Numerous times throughout Earth's history there have been major cataclysmic events. These events have resulted in large-scale climactic changes, mythological stories of floods and visitations from the skies, and sometimes the complete extinction of life. The major planetary body that has caused much of this carnage has been referred to by many names. Jason Breshears has termed it Phoenix, based on his research into the distant past and what it was usually called by witnesses. By piecing together ancient documents from the most reputable sources available, we have, in this book, the most extensive and accurate rendering of the cycle of the Phoenix, including when it will come again. Some of us, according to the author, will live to see its return. Beyond the foundational scientific evidence, the author ties in various Bible prophecies that relate directly to it. Many books exist on this subject, but few have broken new ground like this one, due to the extensive research involved.

Thanks for posting. Have been

Thanks for posting. Have been listening to Archaix for past couple months. As a chronologist he seems to be very on top of his game, but scientifically he has shown a lack of discernment as he half supports the flat earth nonsense and also totally misinterpreting how satellites send signals to devices.. For history he is good, but just hit the mute button when he starts to talk about science to any degree.

he is a clever deniar. denies flat earth, embraces holographic

the point is he isn't a scientism true-believer, but an actual scientist in his analysis. No true believer statements from this guy. someone who reads books instead of relying on a degree from a piled higher and deeper university cess pool of conformity.

He doesn't deny flat earth.

He doesn't deny flat earth. He said mathematically that's the only way it could be. Then he backtracks and says since we live in a simulacrum that whatever you seek to be true you will find to be true. As a Goethean scientist statements like that are truly absurd on so many levels. I don't adhere to any mainstream models, but he does lack some common sense understandings of things. Like when he talked about satellites literally not existing. And that if they did they wouldn't work because sound travels to slow to make them functional. Seriously he thinks satellites are "yelling" their signals to receiving devices. I'll stick to his historic stuff but anything further than that I find no use for.


Thanks for sharing. Interesting book!

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