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Robert Bonomo is a filmmaker, blogger, novelist and esotericist and works as a university lecturer to pay the rent. He has lived and worked in Tunis, Madrid, San Francisco, Buenos Aires, Kamchatka, Miami, Valencia, Cartagena, New York, Luoyang, China and a few other not so interesting places. All three of Robert's novels, Twilight Breakout, Cactus Land and his latest release, Your Love Incomplete, are available as free downloads on Smashwords. Robert has been published in some of the leading alternative media sites including Counterpunch,, Global, Activist Post, Business Insider, Pravda, RINF, Astrological News Service, The Mountain Astrologer. In 2014 Ron Unz included Robert Bonomo's work in The Unz Review, a selection of alternative voices including Ron Unz, Pat Buchanan, Paul Craig Roberts, Eric Margolis and others. In July of 2018 Robert released his documentary on the major arcana of the tarot, The 21 Faces of God. The film can be viewed here  In February of 2021 he released a documentary on materialism, consciousness and money, Twilight of the Archons, which can be seen here  You can email him at for any comments, ideas or projects. He has an open mind and an empty wallet, so almost anything goes. Our Shungite:      Contact the show at       Support us at       Discord:       Telegram:      Gab:      Closing Music by Supaman - Why