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Individual Liberty, Interviews with Richard Grove — November 17, 2016 at 11:22 am

The Secret Teachings 11/16/16 – Exploring Global Complexities w/ Richard Grove

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As originally posted @ https://archive.org/details/TheSecretTeachings111616-RichardGrove on 11-17-2016 via The Secret Teachings w/ Ryan Gable

Host Ryan Gable welcomes Richard Grove, a corporate whistleblower, American conceptual artist and forensic historian, who frames his groundbreaking research into epic artistic representations to educate his audience. You can examine some of his research in this interactive web brain.

Richard Grove Twitter & BIO:

Richard Grove is an American conceptual artist and forensic historian who frames his groundbreaking research into epic artistic representations to educate his audience.

In 2015 his work was viewed by individuals in 186 countries, proving that his findings are both relevant and meaningful to people around the world.

Richard’s podcast, The Peace Revolution, is consistently ranked #1 in Higher-Education by PodOmatic, and provides listeners with a world-class education which no university on the planet can afford to provide. With many episodes ranging from 10-20 hours of content, Richard provides a broad and deep record of evidence which contradicts what we’re taught in school, illustrating how to free ourselves from the illusions which bind our freedom.

Richard’s work as a forensic historian focuses on the artifacts and evidence of the agenda known as the New World Order, originating with the Last Will and Testament of Cecil Rhodes to create a Secret Society whose sole aim was world domination by way of re-integrating America into the British Empire.

For More of Ryan’s work: http://thesecretteachings.info/

 

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