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1994-06-07 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Mars.mp3 92.72 MiB
1996-02-29 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard Hoagland Shuttle Teather.mp3 16.05 MiB
1996-03-07 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland & Nick Begich - NASA's Tethered Satellite and HAARP.mp3 62.54 MiB
1996-03-15 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Mars & Moon Artifacts - Press Conference Announcement.mp3 53.52 MiB
1996-03-21 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland & Ken Johnston - Mars & Moon Artifacts - Press Conference Discussion.mp3 39.2 MiB
1996-04-25 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C Hoagland - UFOs.mp3 178.25 MiB
1996-05-14 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard Hoagland & Edgar Mitchell - Moon Debate (missing last hour).mp3 14.53 MiB
1996-07-31 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C Hoagland - Outer Space.mp3 18.9 MiB
1996-09-27 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Graham Hancock, Robert Bauval, Richard C. Hoagland - Egypt Excavation (hour 3).mp3 8.28 MiB
1996-10-24 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard Hoagland - Cydonia and Martian Anomalies.mp3 39.61 MiB
1996-10-25 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C Hoagland - Apollo and the Egypt Connection.mp3 26.52 MiB
1996-11-12 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Nasa-Moon-Mars-Egypt with Richard Hoagland & Ken Johnston.mp3 22.7 MiB
1997-03-19 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C Hoagland - NASA's New Face.mp3 192.39 MiB
1997-04-08 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C Hoagland - Solar Flares.mp3 8.83 MiB
1997-04-09 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C Hoagland - Europa Images - Whitley Strieber & Renee Barnett - Strange Universe.mp3 76.27 MiB
1997-04-17 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Comet Hale-Bopp.mp3 44.42 MiB
1997-04-25 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Robert Ghostwolf - Sacred Amulets. Richard C. Hoagland.mp3 47.64 MiB
1997-05-02 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C Hoagland and Tom van Flandern - NASA.mp3 177.56 MiB
1997-05-15 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - NASA Coverup.mp3 146.78 MiB
1998-02-23 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Mars Mission.mp3 38.92 MiB
1998-03-31 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - The Face on Mars.mp3 188.72 MiB
1998-04-06 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Cities On Mars - Richard C. Hoagland.mp3 51.12 MiB
1998-04-14 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland. Tom van Flandern - Mars Images.mp3 150.26 MiB
1998-04-22 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland, David Oates - Reverse Speech - The Kent Interview.mp3 79.37 MiB
1998-04-24 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Ed Dames - Remote Viewing. Richard Hoagland - Mars Images.mp3 182.87 MiB
1998-05-26 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Weather and Planetary Changes.mp3 146.67 MiB
1998-07-14 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Hyperdimensional Physics - Richard C. Hoagland.mp3 30.27 MiB
1998-09-01 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Gulf Breeze - NSA Security. Vance Davis.mp3 23.92 MiB
1998-09-21 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland & Tom Bearden - Hyperdimensional Physics - Free Energy.mp3 25.79 MiB
1998-11-02 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - EQ Pegasi Signal.mp3 53.47 MiB
1998-11-03 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Anti-Aging and How To Beat The Clock - Richard C. Hoagland - Dr. Ronald Klatz.mp3 51.06 MiB
1998-11-04 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - EQ Pegasi.mp3 140.11 MiB
1998-11-09 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - EQ Pegasi Signal.mp3 9.74 MiB
1998-11-13 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Ed Dames - Remote Viewing. Richard Hoagland - Pegasi Hoax.mp3 143.16 MiB
1998-11-23 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Pegasi Hoax.mp3 9.95 MiB
1998-12-04 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Gary North - Y2k. Richard Hoagland - Mars Landing Update.mp3 80 MiB
1998-12-07 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Arizona Storm at Turret Peak. William Lester - MUFON.mp3 9.05 MiB
1998-12-08 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Arizona Storm at Turret Peak.mp3 9.35 MiB
1998-12-14 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Peter Gersten - Attorney for Ufologists. Richard C. Hoagland - Turret Peak.mp3 169.23 MiB
1999-02-18 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - William Thomas - Chemtrails - Richard C. Hoagland - Miami Circle.mp3 63.24 MiB
1999-03-02 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Peter Davenport and Roger Leir - UFO Sightings. Richard C. Hoagland - Miami Circle Update (hour 1).mp3 13.83 MiB
1999-03-08 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Kevin Ryerson - Intuitive - Richard C. Hoagland Heart Attack.mp3 52.64 MiB
1999-03-16 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard Hoagland Heart Attack Interview.mp3 6.29 MiB
1999-05-19 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Miami Circle Update (hour 1).mp3 8.4 MiB
1999-08-18 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Coral Castle.mp3 27.63 MiB
1999-08-18 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Coral Castle.mp3 22.25 MiB
1999-09-23 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C Hoagland - Loss of Mars Orbiter (hour 1).mp3 9.8 MiB
1999-10-21 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Wooly Mammoth Discovery (hour 1).mp3 8.67 MiB
1999-11-04 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Mystery Objects (hour 1).mp3 8.79 MiB
1999-11-11 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Ed Dames. Remote Viewing Satan. Flight 990 - Richard C. Hoagland, Peter Davenport.mp3 45.56 MiB
1999-12-07 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard Hoagland - Mars Conspiracies.mp3 64.92 MiB
2000-03-07 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Monuments of Mars.mp3 7.74 MiB
2001-08-09 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Monuments of Mars.mp3 27.71 MiB
2001-09-10 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Colin Adrews - Andrew Yoder - Crop Circles.mp3 27.08 MiB
2002-03-01 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard Hoagland.mp3 100.31 MiB
2002-04-16 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Whitley Strieber & Richard C. Hoagland.mp3 20.35 MiB
2002-05-28 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - James Cox - Antigravity Propulsion Systems. Richard C. Hoagland - Mars Update - Water.mp3 35.4 MiB
2002-09-05 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Cydonia Region Of Mars.mp3 28.77 MiB
2003-12-26 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - The Importance of Mars - Richard C. Hoagland.mp3 39.25 MiB
2007-05-12 - Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell - Richard C. Hoagland - Missing Bees and Torsion Field Physics - Evelyn Paglini - Fire Predictions.mp3 53.91 MiB
2013-09-19 - Dark Matter with Art Bell - NASA'S LADEE Moon Mission & Curiosity's Mission to Mars' Gale Crater - Richard C. Hoagland.mp3 71.99 MiB
2013-10-01 - Dark Matter with Art Bell - Communion - Whitley Strieber - NASA - Richard C. Hoagland.mp3 72.07 MiB

Comments

a beautiful collection, thank you Obi-Wan~

I am listening to the 1997 episode on Hale-Bopp. It is slightly corrupted at the start (so is my own local copy, but such is life), but it cleans up afterwards.

It is hugely interesting to hear their suspicions about who is telling the truth THEN (and why), in view of everything that is said TODAY about this same topic (and why).

very refreshing to glimpse that our tunnel vision is not as implacable as it might seem: are we stuck in a loop? are we stuck in a trance? if so, it might be possible to come out of it.

--> note that Hoagland claims in this episode that the Heaven's Gate group did NOT commit suicide. today, of course, alex jones cannot make such a claim...

haha You're welcome. On programs like Soulseek, certain multimedia gets passed around quite a bit, not necessarily from torrents, but their own search system. But there are a lot of really old ConCen torrents circulating on there, though. These old Art Bell shows came from a massive C2C archive, which may have been the one you shared from LimeTorrent. Some of it is from the Coast website archives, and some are really poor tape recordings from listeners back in the day, I guess.

Every now and then I listen to an old Art Bell. Some of it hasn't aged well, and feels strange listening to, but it would be neat to revisit certain shows that talked about now historical events. A little bit of multimedia time travel!

I was never a huge fan of Hoagland, as he is the one who always sees faces and "structures" on Mars etc, and really hypes up a lot of what seems like nonsense. His Wikipedia page is very telling and funny:

"Richard Charles Hoagland (born April 25, 1945), is an American author and a proponent of various conspiracy theories about NASA, lost alien civilizations on the Moon and on Mars and other related topics. Hoagland has been documented to misappropriate others' professional achievements and is widely described as a conspiracy theorist and fringe pseudoscientist."

Wikipedia has become so politicized, it's hard to take any information from there without a handful of salt. IMO being called a conspiracy theorist is a Badge of Honor and should be worn as such, especially after 2020. IMO we are running low on conspiracy "theories".

That's true, Wikipedia cannot really be trusted as 100% unbiased, when they are clearly a mainstream platform. There are a number of people and certain news situations where Wikipedia has failed to do its homework correctly...

conspyre wrote:

Wikipedia has become so politicized, it's hard to take any information from there without a handful of salt. IMO being called a conspiracy theorist is a Badge of Honor and should be worn as such, especially after 2020. IMO we are running low on conspiracy "theories".

1. No source should be taken without a grain of salt.
2. On Wikipedia, both academics and conspiracists seem to agree: dreadful.
3. Me: Wikipedia is AMAZING! The most interesting crowd-sourced ball of weirdness, warts and all! I often edit pages, and try to improve it.
4. What the heck is NOT without bias???
5. Was thinking today that future libraries will likely have a new section: "Conspiracy". So, just like Fiction-Adenture, Fiction-Romance, and NonFiction-History, NonFiction-Biography, we will start to see more of NonFiction-Politics-Conspiracy or NonFiction-Science-Conspiracy and NonFiction-Occult-Conspiracy.
6. While I don't necessarily agree with that category above, the CROWDS have spoken.
7. blah blah blah
8. PS - There is no such thing as "non-fiction"!

euxalot wrote:

2. On Wikipedia, both academics and conspiracists seem to agree: dreadful

As do most educated people.

euxalot wrote:

4. What the heck is NOT without bias???

While everyone has a point of view, sincere people try to factor in their (and the source's )bias when receiving and sharing what they believe to be factual information. Nobody likes to be lied to.

Plenty of pages on Wikipedia are not just biased; they have been captured by partisans. They lie, spin, and bully to suit their agenda. They are a gang of intellectual thugs. They are an impediment to truth. That is why Wikipedia is poison.

euxalot wrote:

8. PS - There is no such thing as "non-fiction"!

ConCen mods do not and cannot judge the veracity of material. If the creators of the material believe it to be true, that is sufficient to be labelled as non-fiction.

ConCen wrote:

As do most educated people./p>

lol

Ouch!

ConCen wrote:

That is why Wikipedia is poison.

That is an over simplification, and in my experience, it does not accurately reflect the totality of the pages that are there, nor the sincere efforts of many editors.

Is it wise to use that resource for conspiracy research? No. See my primer on info literacy in another forum post: know your sources!

On the other hand, there are many, many fascinating points of view that are shared there, by countless contributors. There are many things I would not have learned had it not been for Wikipedia.

here is one of them:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Man_of_the_Hole

Are certain pages bullied? Sure. All instances? Not in my experience editing many pages, and I will not paint all pages with the same brush you appear to be using.

ConCen wrote:

ConCen mods do not and cannot judge the veracity of material. If the creators of the material believe it to be true, that is sufficient to be labelled as non-fiction.

I actually was jesting, but since you have taken me at face value (my bad, I should stop with tongue-in-cheek here), what you write doesn't make sense.

Poetry is truth. So is art. So is music. So is an emotional telling in dramatic form.

Conversely, I am suggesting -- rather radically -- that the non-fiction voice in your head may not, in fact, be non-fictional. It's worth it to meditate on that one.

What is the sound of one head voice laughing?

cheerio

euxalot wrote:

ConCen wrote:
That is why Wikipedia is poison.

That is an over simplification ...

Only when taken out of context, as you just did. This is what I wrote:

ConCen wrote:

Plenty of pages on Wikipedia are not just biased; they have been captured by partisans. They lie, spin, and bully to suit their agenda. They are a gang of intellectual thugs. They are an impediment to truth. That is why Wikipedia is poison.

Note what I made bold. I specifically did not say all pages.

euxalot wrote:

... and in my experience, it does not accurately reflect the totality of the pages that are there, nor the sincere efforts of many editors.

Obviously Wikipedia can be a useful starting point for lots of trivial, non-controversial subjects. Only a fool would not understand that. Only a fool would believe that any corporate backed info source doesn't also censor ugly truths. Only a fool would expect a site as important as Wikipedia to tell the whole truth. It's not designed for that.

However, sincere efforts by many people to add important facts about the most important topics of our times to pages on Wikipedia, are squashed by gangs of partisans. Do you deny this? The co-founder of Wikipedia, Larry Sanger, is on record saying so. He says it has a left wing bias, which it seemingly does, but that's only the surface spin. The main direction behind partisan editing of key subjects is always to push the corporate/government (ie fascist) agenda.

The reason I said Wikipedia is poison is that since non-partisan editors have done nothing to stop the partisans from lying and censoring, the entire site is compromised. The innocent and naive truth seekers don't know that. They are being lied to about the most important topics affecting their lives. They are the ones who most need important information. But they don't get it because of gate keeping greeps and their shills. I'm guessing you aren't OK with that.

Have you ever tried to write the truth about a pharmaceutical company? How about corporate pollution? Wall street criminals? What about global arms sales? Coups? Ever tried to add information about CIA assassinations? You get my point, I hope.

euxalot wrote:

I will not paint all pages with the same brush you appear to be using.

Please stop criticizing me for something I did not say.

euxalot wrote:

8. PS - There is no such thing as "non-fiction"!

I actually was jesting, but since you have taken me at face value (my bad, I should stop with tongue-in-cheek here)

No need, just maybe label emphatic statements with a suitable emoticon when it's a jest?

It was obvious to me that you weren't being literal; I interpreted it as meaning that nothing is 100% true to everyone. I was referring only to the well established practice of categorizing media, nothing more.

euxalot wrote:

what you write doesn't make sense

What I wrote makes perfect sense to me from the point of view from which I wrote it, which is as a ConCen mod. I'm guessing other mods would agree. How is that nonsensical to you?

euxalot wrote:

Poetry is truth. So is art. So is music. So is an emotional telling in dramatic form.

It doesn't matter at all how much or how little truth is contained in art. Art is not considered non-fiction by either the artist or the consumer. That is why there is no poetry, art, or music on this site.

euxalot wrote:

the non-fiction voice in your head may not, in fact, be non-fictional.

Hey, I'm just trying to run a site sharing what I believe to be important information. I don't have the time for philosophical semantics. It should not come as a surprise to you that after studying conspiracies for forty years, I have a pretty good nose for spin. Learning to trust nobody at face value is pretty much Conspiracy 101, is it not?

euxalot wrote:

It's worth it to meditate on that one.

I've done all the meditation I need regarding site content rules. They are simple so no meditation is required, which is the entire point. Without a clear rule that everyone can agree on (only non-fiction), some will scream censorship if a torrent is taken down just because we decided it isn't true. Conversely, plenty of excellent drama and music dealing with conspiracies are also forbidden.

What an awesome collection. I have seen it around on Soulseek as well, or at least parts of it. I was listening to an old Art Bell show last night and he kept talking about one of the best ghost photographs he had ever seen, and thanks to the magic of The Wayback Machine I was able to see it.

I still like George Noory and C2C now, but the original shows were so much better!

Great sci-fi and fantasy series, but meanwhile the government are legislating our rights away.

The more historical shows are still worthwhile. Given that there are at least 14 hours out of a day, or more, that one is awake, minus work and chores etc, I maintain there is still time for just about anything one is interested in. Surely you can't just spend all your time on the NWO and coronavirus. That stuff bores me to tears! It's so passe now. Of course, C2C still does tons of shows on such subjects, so they are usually pretty even-handed on what they cover...

I often use Wikipedia for information on movies and documentaries and mostly other types of what could be considered "pop culture". I think it shines brightly when it comes to that kind of information. Every now and then I will even use Wikipedia entries for documentaries for my BitTorrent descriptions.