Freddy Silva - author of "The Divine Blueprint" and The Lost Art of Resurrection" - joins Sean to discuss alternate views of history.
Astrophysicist and author David Brin talks with Sean about the philosophy of Star Wars, how good Science Fiction writing can expand cultural boundaries and why he doesn't believe in the "ancient aliens" theory.
Josh Boone - director of "The New Mutants" and the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King's "The Stand" talks about making movies in today's climate. Plus, Josh and Sean talk about their shared interest in UFOs.
Music fans may know him as Gary Valentine from Blondie's early years. Today, Gary Lachman is a prolific writer looking into ways to describe pre-cognitive experiences and new philosophies for living.
The author of "An End to Upside Down Living" Mark Gober joins the show to talk about how we can re-prioritize our lives and create a new compass for living.
Mikki Willis is the director of the controversial documentary "Plandemic" about the COVID-19 pandemic. Willis claims there are some voices not being heard during this crisis. So why is that the case? He and Sean discuss in this episode.
Antoine Tucker - aka Tony X - is running for AOC's seat in New York as a member of the New Right Party. Hear his platform and what he plans to bring to Congress is he's elected in this conversation with Sean Stone.
Hollywood stuntman Brad Martin directed "Out of Shadows" - a documentary that lifts the mask on how the mainstream media & Hollywood manipulate & control the masses by spreading propaganda throughout their content. Brad and Sean talk about the film and the reaction to it.
Author and spiritualist Penelope Jean Hayes had a detailed conversation with a spirit messenger named Pax. What did she learn about humans and our place in the world? She discusses with Sean in this episode.
Josh Earp is a lot of things. And he can speak on a lot of subjects. Sean takes a deep dive with Josh to discuss how the human mind works and how some are using that knowledge to "hypnotize" people without their knowledge.
Former boxer David Rodriguez had an awakening and says the light is starting to be shown against the darkness. He wants everyone to see what he has been able to see. He and Sean discuss in this episode.
Young Pharaoh is a musician, fighter and author and has been called a "modern day Malcolm X." He and Sean talk about race relations in America today and what can be done to ease tensions.
Jeff Schoep spent more than 20 years as a member of a neo-Nazi organization. Now, he wants to spread a message of love and togetherness rather than hate and divisiveness. Schoep says he is reformed. Others claim he's just trying new tactics. Schoep and Stone discuss his past and the efforts he's using to make amends.
Author Dannion Brinkley claims "there is no death" and unlike a lot of people, he speaks from experience. Having survived several fatal experiences, Brinkley claims to have unlocked the mystery of what happens "next." Sean talks with Brinkley about the afterlife and how we can prepare for the next by being grateful for the now.
John Perkins, author of the bestselling "Confessions of an Economic Hitman", joins Sean Stone to discuss his new book "Touching the Jaguar". Together they discuss the amazing times we are living in and how we face our challenges now can create a better world in the future.