Crrow777 | Belief versus Knowing: A Full Spectrum Parapolitical Discussion | Hour 1 | Veritas Radio


This is a full spectrum parapolitical discussion touching a plethora of topics of interest, ranging from space, free speech, censorship, and much more. Two radio hosts and their synergy in action.

Tonight, we continue with someone who shares our passion for the truth. His motto is one of my favorites: belief is the enemy of knowing. On this program, we don’t want to believe, we want to know, because belief is also the enemy of truth.

Most people think that what they believe about the nature of reality and what they know about reality are one and the same thing, but this is incorrect. There is a fundamental difference between believing something and knowing something. Beliefs, such as religious theology or scientific theories, are invariably arrived at through a process of logical deduction and/or are taught to people by their peers, mentors, and society - whereas knowing something is always arrived at through personal experience.

We know we are physically alive in this realm - not because we believe it based on some theory taught to us by our peers or because we have deduced it - but rather because we are personally experiencing it. The experience of living itself provides us with the ultimate, albeit personal, 'proof' that we are physically alive in this realm and as such transcends the need for either belief or logic.

Crrow777, called "Crow" - is the host of a popular the weekly podcast, a weekly live show on Truth Frequency Radio. He hosts his own website and a YouTube Channel with hundreds of videos featuring both his podcasts and astrophotography work.

Crow is perhaps best known for his intriguing capture in 2012 of what's been popularly called, "The Lunar Wave," - an event he's since recorded several more times, as have many others worldwide as well as captures with Jupiter, its moons and in front of Saturn.

His podcast covers both his incredible range of astrophotography and fascinating - but often difficult to describe - anomalous events - as well as a wide range of intriguing and often controversial topics from social engineering, tracking the disturbing trends of invasive and pervasive use of technology as a means of mass surveillance and control, modern and historic views of health, wellness and our understanding of the natural world - and everything in between.
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