A.K. Kuykendall & Ethan Indigo Smith Interview ~ 06/10/14 ~ Sacred Matrix ~ Revolution Radio

AK Kuykundall-blue-Hosts Janet Kira Lessin and Dr. Sasha Lessin interviewed conspiracy author A. K. Kuykendall (“The Conspirator’s Odyssey” series) on the galactic forces involved with Earth, the extinction event to which we’re now hurtle and how we can survive catastrophy with spiritual practices on our first hour from 8 to 9 PM, Eastern time on the Sacred Matrix on Revolution Radio (www.freedomslips.com), Studio B.  The second hour we interviewed author Ethan Indigo Smith  (author of “The Matrix of Four, The Philosophy of the Duality of Polarity”).

A.K. KUYKENDALL related how alien life intertwines with ours. Earth’s been a pawn in an Intergalactic war since before the Greys terraformed Earth to support our existence. Greys wasted Mars, but used DNA of the humans and animals there for Earth. The Greys, says Kuykendall, regard us test subjects and food for Reptilians.

ETHAN INDIGO SMITH shared a formula to develop consciousness and surpass the limiting traditional sociopolitical constructs. Smith discussed development of individual and collective consciousness. “Embody,” he said, “the Righteous Rebel archetype. Act from the philosophical point of nullisis—stop participating in nuclear genocide and war.”

A.K. Kuykendall will talk about his Conspirator’s Odyssey series in whole encompassing both The Evolution of the Patron Saint and the evolving project Origins—books 1 & 2 in the Conspirator’s Odyssey series.




He’s passionate when he says, “The debate over what’s true and what’s false in literature is never ending, primarily due to the fact that all written works, especially those considered of superior or lasting artistic merit is based on some truth. Like that of a surreptitious military operation, the goal of argumentative writing is to tactically persuade your audience that your ideas are valid beyond the method by which you’ve chosen to relay your story.

“The Greek philosopher Aristotle divided the means of persuasion, appeals, into three distinct categories—Ethos, Pathos, Logos; to which we’ve all experienced throughout our lives albeit we may not have had a clue as to this strategic tactic playing out before us.

“Examples of this are infinite—Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci’s Codex Atlanticus, George Orwell’s 1984, Milton William Cooper’s Behold A Pale Horse, Jack Finney’s The Body Snatchers, David Seltzer’s The Omen, H.G. Wells The War of the Worlds, Thomas Michael Keneally’s Schindler’s Ark, William Peter Blatty’s The Exorcist, Richard Condon’s The Manchurian Candidate, Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson’s The Illuminatus! Trilogy, Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Identity, Robert A. Heinlein’s The Puppet Masters, Jules Gabriel Verne’s A Journey to the Center of the Earth, Erich von Däniken’s Chariots of the Gods,not to mention the Conspirator’s Odyssey series to which I’m taking the liberty of weighing in. However unquestionably interminable these examples may be, all remain but the tiniest of pebbles dropped haphazardly into a massive basin of still water.

“Throughout time many creative minds have meticulously used the superlative dominance of literature to slowly awaken the masses to the covert doings of individuals of this world and beyond. It’s an art form stronger than you may think; for one cannot save a world nestled in a box, strategically dormant to the realities of their existence. By exposing the masses to narratives once thought to have been pulled from midair was actually meant to help soften the blow felt when the world’s dirty laundry could no longer be contained.”

In author A.K. Kuykendall’s work he creatively exposes how alien life is seamlessly intertwined with our own. That there’s an intergalactic war that has been in play since before Earth was terraformed in order to support our existence after this war came to a head eons ago on the planet Mars to which the Grey alien species was forced to lay waste to and (similar to the story of Noah’s Ark) seeded or planet using the DNA of the humans and animal species that resided there. How our planet is similar to a farm and its human inhabitants are but a food source for the reptilians and mere test subjects for the Greys who engineered both us and our planet.

The Conspirator’s Odyssey series in whole encompasses both The Evolution of the Patron Saint, book #1 in the Conspirator’s Odyssey series and the evolving project Origins, book #2 in the Conspirator’s Odyssey series.


Ethan Indigo Smith

Ethan Smith With DogIn the second hour we interview Ethan Indigo Smith and focus on The Matrix of Four, The Philosophy of the Duality of Polarity presents a formula to develop consciousness and surpass the limitations of traditional political and social constructs. The Philosophy of the Duality of Polarity relates and explains correlations between the four seasons, Om and a myriad of traditional views on consciousness to inspire provacative and creative thinking. Some ideas are used to prove, including mathematical ones and it is used to disprove and enhance other ideas. The philosophy of the duality of polarity is verified using universal laws, mathematics and varying human traditions beginning with the four operations of arithmetic and including the four characters in The Allegory of the Cave and the Wise Monkeys and much more.

The Terraist LetterWho is Sean Enstitue? Sean lives on the last street, in the last apartment building, on the last corner in Manhattan, on 218th Street. He has lived in Inwood, by Washington Heights, for his whole life. Sean believes that nuclear experimentation is destroying the atmosphere, causing global warming, negatively impacting the health of life on the entire planet and because of what he knows, because of who he is, and who he knows, he thinks he may by the Earth’s last chance. 
The Terraist Letters is the funniest and most provocative political satire of 2012 on the most serious subject matter; that of nuclear experimentation. The Terraist Letters might be considered blasphemous by some, delusional by others, a hilarious metaphor by those with a finer sensibility of rhetorical humor, call to action among those who are against genetic mutation and might make those with poor spelling feel threatened. 

Sean Enstitue starts off by explaining the difference between the street angle and the straight Anglo and ends up exploring inner consciousness, politics and the universe at large. Allow Sean to introduce you to his world, where graffiti is the only appreciable art, where every holiday is a plot to subdue questioning the global military industrial complex, where Santa Claus is the lead indoctrinator of lies for war, and where marijuana is the only thing that could possibly save the planet. 

Cop the book for a laugh and more importantly provocation of thought. Sean explains the validity of the philosophy and sentiment of F@#! the police and how he derived it from the likes of Gandhi, OG George Washington and Jesus -whatever his real name was, all in the first few pages. Sean has an intense hatred of copouts in the global military industrial complex promoting nuclear experimentation, all holidays, especially Christmas and New Years, but only because he despises Santa Claus more than anything. 

You will laugh, you will shiver in fear, you might cry, you might learn a thing or two about nuclear experimentation and you will never, ever go near cat shit again.
Ethan is the son of a farmer and nurse who was later adopted by artists. Ethan writes towards a peaceful world with a sharp and unique perspective, always following George Orwell’s six rules for writing, mainly #6, “Break any of these rules sooner than say anything outright barbarous.”
Ethan proudly dropped out of high school, though he later admittedly graduated. He later dropped out of college and the proverbial rat race, moving to the mountains to pursue snowboarding. This led him to pursue tai chi chuan, yoga and meditation. Being a dropout Ethan has been able to honestly observe and present his observations and his many articles have appeared on leading news websites with global audiences as well as several magazines.
Ethan’s neophyte work is The Complete Patriot’s Guide to Oligarchical Collectivism. In it he explores history, philosophy and activism through an Orwellian lens.
The Matrix of Four, The Philosophy of the Duality of Polarity, is a metaphilosophy on the development of individual consciousness and understanding of collective consciousness. The metaphilosophy provides insight on meditation as well as political observation through universally shared ideas leading to the portrayal of the righteous rebel archetype as well as the philosophical point of nullisis.
Down and Out in Mendocino is Ethan’s first fiction piece and one of the first books in the genre of Potfiction. It is a gutbusting traverse through Northern California eccentricity set in and around the coastal village of Mendocino. The scenic misadventure is part hilarity and part mystery concerning a local legend and secret with the potential to set off global ramifications if revealed.
The Terraist Letters is Ethan’s second piece of potfiction, this one set in uptown Manhattan. It is the story of Sean Enstitue. Ethan was inspired to write it after the Fukushima disaster. The story contrasts nukes and nugs, but it is much more than potfiction. It is the story of the archetypal rebel only set in the new world order, where our postmodern hero is a blunt smoking, high school dropout, graffiti artist, physics hobbyist who believes we are under archon and extraterrestrial invasion.
108 Steps to Be in the Zone is an inspirational exploration of the metaphysical number 108, surfacely symbolic for oneness, nothingness and the infinite. Ethan explores how the sacred number can be utilized to enhance intuition, practice meditation and elaborates 108 steps to develop self and surroundings in the toxic postmodern world.
Tibetan Fusion describes how to meditate and how to perform the Five Tibetan Rites of Rejuvenation in combination with simple yoga, tai chi and chi gung to enhance and build your energy. It also elaborates on Tummo, a form of psychic yoga.
The Little Green Book of Revolution utilizes several American Indigenous ideas to enhance one’s perspective. Ancient concepts and new language combine to illustrate individual power as well as institutional corruption and the five freedoms are elaborated as five points of activism.
A Holiday Hazing, Santa Clause Syndrome is an off the wall look at postmodern society that provokes deep thoughts and guttural laughter. Ethan essentially asks, ‘how does lying to impressionable children about the Santa Claus story affect them?’ His answer damns the secular Santa story line and many cherished institutions, including, arguably, the liquid science of psychiatry.





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