Tyler Bloyer Interview with Mike Pendergast

In this interview, Rod Williams and I have a round table discussion with our special guest, Michael Pendergast. We are also joined by other members from the University of Reason platform.


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False Flag Solutions

In this Walk-n-Talk, I discuss different angles of the “C” crisis and my take on things. I am not attempting to put forward “the truth” about the issue, but rather am just exploring ideas and doing my Sunday morning walk 🙂

I think it’s important to explore different theories and the possibilities of nefarious entities taking advantage of this catastrophe.

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Consciously Creating Freedom


This video was produced live on 09/08/2019 and streamed via my various social media platforms.

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I also introduced the ability to take live calls to the show via the new Discord server. I will take calls and questions on the air after the end of the official presentations towards the end of the show.


Yĕhovah (Strong’s #H3068) – יְהֹוָה Yᵉhôvâh, yeh-ho-vaw’; from H1961; (the) self-Existent or Eternal; Jeho-vah, Jewish national name of God:—Jehovah, the Lord. Compare H3050, H3069.

Jehovah = “the existing One”
A. the proper name of the one true God.
1. unpronounced except with the vowel pointings of #0136.

“Jehovah, proper name of the supreme God amongst the Hebrews, (etc.) …allusion is made Exodus 3:14; “I (ever) shall be (the same) that I am (to-day);” the name being derived from the verb to be, was considered to signify God as eternal and immutable, who will never be other than SAME. Allusion is made to the same etymology, Hosea 12:6, “Jehovah (i.e.) the eternal, the immutable is his name.” [We have thus the authority of God in His word, that this name is derived from the idea of being, existence, and not from any relics of Egyptian idolatry With this may be compared the inscription of the Saitic temple, Plut. de Iside et Osiride… [This shews (shows) how Pagans borrowed ideas from the true theology of God’s revelation, and NOT that the later borrowed any thing from the former.]…”

Reference: Gesenius’s Hebrew Chaldee Lexicon Old Testament Scriptures

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