We kick things off with the standard bio/background on Tracy Twyman and she shares her fascinating tale of becoming interested in the esoteric at the age of 13 and how her career as a researcher and author has evolved along the way. Tracy tells us the humorous tale of how her magazine Dagobert's Revenge had its origins and got its title. Over the course of the bio, she discusses the Federal Reserve, the Priory of Sion, the Merovingians, Renne La Chateau, the Nephilim. She also provides us with a fascinating thumbnail look at the thesis behind her book The Merovingian Mythos.

We stay within the "meta" realm after that, focusing on Tracy's young age and how unique that is to the world of occult studies. This leads to some discussion on her troubles with the esoteric community as well as her attempts to also exist within the mainstream realm. She illustrates this point with how her excellent book Solomon's Treasure fared with both communities.

Diving headlong into some discussion on the world today, we start with Tracy's reservations that America is entering into a police state. We debate whether or not it is "too late" to reverse course at this point, if such an oppression has truly begun. This segues into Tracy's take on the current economic crisis and why she sees it as even more dire than an emerging police state. This turns into Tracy talking a bit about the nature of fiat currency and how it is like a form of alchemy. Along those same lines, Tracy talks about her theory that the symbols on the dollar bill are less conspiracy oriented and, more so, aimed towards adding perceived value to an otherwise worthless piece of paper.

Staying within that realm, Tracy details the huge importance of the value of gold backing to the dollar and traces how the value of $1 has changed significantly as that gold backing has gone away. She reveals the shocking value of today's dollar compared to the 1913 dollar from when the Federal Reserve was created. This leads to the obvious question of what we need to do to restore the value of the dollar and save the economy. In response, Tracy talks about the new currency coming out of China which is backed by copper. She then details what individuals and states need to do to help salvage the financial system in America. She talks about emerging trends like bartering, community currencies, municipalities issuing "IOUs" to their employees, and even talk of secession by some states.

We find out Tracy's opinion on what the true origin was of the recent financial collapse and she reveals a shocking take on what may have really caused all of this. We also find out if it is possible to proverbially "wipe out" the whole financial system and start from scratch somehow. Somehow this leads to some discussion on the emerging black market, even for items as laundry detergent.

In the second half of the interview, we move away from the economy and talk about some of Tracy's other esoteric research and interests, starting with the "secret calendar." She explains just what this calendar is and what she thinks it suggests about ancient times. This leads to some discussion on what an Earth with no tilt in its axis would look like.

Staying in the celestial realm, we find out what Tracy thinks of the UFO phenomenon, given that she has researched many areas of the esoteric, but hasn't had much to say about that particular milieu. This leads to some hypothetical discussion on the nature of aliens. This segues into Tracy theorizing on the dangers of world leaders mistakenly channeling what they believe to be Gods and how this possibility did seem to be in existence in pre-WWII Germany. We also discuss the God v. ET debate and how that ties in with ancient astronauts.

Going far off-track, binnall asks about Bigfoot and Tracy relates the odd Bigfoot synchronicities which plague her. We find out about any odd experiences Tracy has had in her life and she teases us with some talk of her Ouija board days. This leads to Tracy sharing her opinion on ancient texts like the Bible and the Sumerian works and what she thinks may have been the true origins of such information.

Jumping around, topic-wise, we find out about Tracy's run-in with the Pakistani government, who banned her for being blasphemous, and how it ended up making her a mini-celebrity for a news cycle. This turns into some discussion on Islamic religious views on pictures and how it affects free speech in America. Segueing from there, we cover the 911 event and the subsequent 911 Truth Movement and we get Tracy's take on both prongs of the 911 story. She also shares what she sees as the "true conspiracy" at work since 911. Tracy also shares the remarkable story of a 16-year-old kid who may have been held under the Patriot Act.

Wrapping things up, we find out what's next for Tracy Twyman, including her new blog/website libertycappress.com

Tracy Twyman has been writing about alternative history and the occult for 14 years. She is the author of The Merovingian Mythos, Solomon's Treasure, and Mind Control Sex Slaves and the CIA. She is also the former Editor of Dagobert's Revenge Magazine, a journal of esoteric history that was published from 1996 to 2003. In 2006, her website made national news when it was banned by the Supreme Court of Pakistan on charges of blasphemy. She is presently spearheading an all-new website, libertycappress.com, aimed at informing people about the emerging police state & financial crisis.

Her other websites are quintessentialpublications.com and tracyrtwyman.com.

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2 hr 29 min
Tracy Twyman