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The Malliard Report is a weekly interview-based podcast, which has recently added during the pandemic a monthly live call show to foster the growth of a changing community. A live radio show that ventures into the mysteries of life as well as daily hot topics from both the political and business worlds. Never afraid to ask the tough question, Malliard’s interview-based radio show features real-time interactions with his guests and listeners. Stripped of rigid show formalities, and unafraid to hit controversies head-on, The Malliard Report features something for everyone.

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The Malliard Report is a weekly interview-based podcast, which has recently added during the pandemic a monthly live call show to foster the growth of a changing community. A live radio show that ventures into the mysteries of life as well as daily hot topics from both the political and business worlds. Never afraid to ask the tough question, Malliard’s interview-based radio show features real-time interactions with his guests and listeners. Stripped of rigid show formalities, and unafraid to hit controversies head-on, The Malliard Report features something for everyone.

    Jack Brewer

    Jack Brewer

    Slipped in between the bread and circus of lottery prizes for experimental jabs, and billionaires in space, the news cycle quietly leaves a story on the proverbial table on how the Navy and DoD openly admit that footage from pilots chasing UFOs is in fact real and that the objects themselves are in fact unknown in origin. (In a roundabout way of course). Now factor in the relentless and never-ending fear porn that is continually hyped and shoved down our throats on the 24/7 news cycles, and disclosure groups like MUFON now nearly non-existent, it isn’t any wonder why this has gained very little traction among the people. It’s hard to hear sounds amongst noise. This week’s guest should be thrilled with the circumstances, yet is found just frustrated at the situation but not surprised. This week we welcome back disclosure advocate, researcher, and long-time show friend Jack Brewer.



    Jack Brewer is the author of The Greys Have Been Framed: Exploitation in the UFO Community and the blog The UFO Trail. Jack is also a researcher, and advocate for the disclosure community that demands real disclosure and not a watered-down infiltrated soft launch that is plagued by individuals furthering their fame over the hunt for the truth. Or in Jack’s own words “…men and women with bold claims have been granted iconic status in the genre for decades. This is in spite of having never produced tangible, verifiable evidence to support their chronic insinuations of extraordinary circumstances.”



    In this episode, Jack discusses the continual decline of groups like MUFON, the dying celebrity endorsers now that it is no longer the vogue thing, and the current climate towards the soft disclosure that is currently happening. Jack's blog is found on ufotrail.blogspot.com and his book can be purchased through major online retailers. Head over to malliard.com for the latest in show news, merch, live chat discussions, and much more. Remember to rate and subscribe through your favorite podcasting app and catch the live show every Tuesday night 9 p.m. EST.

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    Richard Easton

    Richard Easton

    Think about the last time you had to travel somewhere that you were unfamiliar with. Maybe you were meeting a friend at a new coffee shop across town, or you want to try that burger place where they place full lobster tails on top of a patty and smother it in American Cheese. You’ve never been to either location, so how would you get there? Twenty years ago, you might have jumped on to your AOL account and print off the MapQuest directions, maybe have your friend that has been there before give you directions. (How fun was “…make a left after the third stoplight that is just before the green and grey building, but if you see the grey and green building you’ve gone too far…”?) Before that, you maybe would break out the coffee table book-sized Rand McNally and try and chart out your course to the best of your knowledge. Today, however, you simply pull out your phone, look up the restaurant or coffeeshop, and not only can you see what you’ll order in advance, you can also get turn by turn directions from a built-in global positioning system. This week on The Malliard Report, Jim welcomes Richard D. Easton to the show to discuss the history of how GPS came to be the invaluable tool that is used today.



    Richard Easton is the son of Roger L. Easton, who was an acclaimed physicist and principal inventor of GPS. “…In 1955, Roger Easton co-wrote the Naval Research Laboratory's Project Vanguard proposal for a U.S. satellite program in competition with two other proposals, including a proposal from the U.S. Army prepared by Wernher Von Braun. The Eisenhower Administration selected Project Vanguard. In 1957, Easton invented the Minitrack tracking system to determine the Vanguard satellite's orbit. When Sputnik I was launched, Easton extended the system to actively follow unknown orbiting satellites. In 1959, he designed the Naval Space Surveillance (NAVSPASUR) system. The Naval Space Surveillance System became the first system to detect and track all types of Earth-orbiting objects. It goes through the 33rd parallel, which is effectively coast to coast of the US. Later in his career at NRL, Easton conceived, patented, and led the development of essential enabling technologies for the United States Global Positioning System (GPS). During the 1960s and early 1970s he developed a time-based navigational system with passive ranging, circular orbits, and space-borne high precision clocks placed in satellites. The idea was tested with four experimental satellites: TIMATION I and II (in 1967 and 1969) and Navigation Technology Satellites (NTS) 1 and 2 (in 1974 and 1977). NTS-2 was the first satellite to transmit GPS signals.”



    In Richard’s book GPS Declassified, Richard examines the development of GPS from its secret, Cold War military roots to its emergence as a worldwide consumer industry. Drawing on previously unexplored documents, the authors examine how military rivalries influenced the creation of GPS and shaped public perceptions about its origin. Since the United States’ first program to launch a satellite in the late 1950s, the nation has pursued dual paths into space—one military and secret, the other scientific and public. Among the many commercial spinoffs this approach has produced, GPS arguably boasts the greatest impact on our daily lives. You can find Richard’s book on any major online retailer. For all things Malliard, head over to malliard.com where you can join in on the live chat every Tuesday at 9 p.m. EST, grab your favorite merch, and much more. Remember to like and subscribe through your favorite podcast app.

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    Mark Anthony

    Mark Anthony

    Mysticism wrapped in truth seems to be a common thread when it comes to digging through ancient history and even to some of the events that we see today. Where strange events can be tied to everyday occurrences and things that we do on a daily basis somehow seem otherworldly. This week on The Malliard Report we bring back a fan favorite guest and great friend of the show to discuss oddities of the

    ancients, navigating what is looking more and more like a post Covid world, that ever elusive topic of disclosure (or lack thereof), contact with the spirit realm, and much, much more. This week, Jim welcomes back to the show the Psychic Lawyer himself, Mark Anthony.



    “Mark Anthony the “Psychic Lawyer and Psychic Explorer (aka Psychic Attorney and Psychic Adventurer),” is a world-renowned fourth generation science based evidential psychic medium who communicates with spirits. He is the author of the critically acclaimed Amazon and spiritual bestsellers Never Letting Go and Evidence of Eternity. Mark’s credentials and experience are unparalleled in the paranormal world. He is an Oxford-educated trial attorney licensed to practice before the United States Supreme Court. In England, he studied Mediumship at the prestigious Arthur Findlay College for the Advancement of Psychic Science.”



    Make sure to head over to Mark’s website afterlifefrequency.com where you can find his books,

    testimonials, and interviews, schedule a reading, links to all his social media, and so much more. For all things, Malliard, stop by malliard.com and take a swim in the duck pond every Tuesday night at 9 P.M.

    EST with the live chat, purchase merch, catch up on past shows and more. Follow Jim on all social media

    @malliard and remember to rate and subscribe through your favorite podcasting app.

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    Chris Sutton

    Chris Sutton

    The word “shaman” often evokes images of Aztec warriors or mystics that live in a forest from a bygone era, but the thought of modern shaman is unfortunately often overlooked. The thought of “spiritual experts” is often lumped into television charlatans that have as much insight as a magic 8 ball, but in reality, there is a group of true spiritual seekers that are seeking to create a better place for all those that are willing to take the journey. This week on The Malliard Report, Jim welcomes a guest that just so happens to be an actual shaman.



    This week, Jim welcomes back to the show Chris “Coyote” Sutton. Chris’ “…spiritual journey began over 27 years ago with a surprise calling to become a shaman and from those strong roots came the opportunities to do psychic work, paranormal investigations, healings and, most importantly, help others find the gift that everyone has bestowed upon them by Spirit/God and help them develop it. Chris is a member of the Red Cedar Circle of SW Illinois that follows the Si-Si Wiss medicine tradition of the Pacific Northwest Coast, as shared to us by Johnny Moses (Nootka/Tulalip) who has been a good friend and teacher. Over the years he has also received teachings in the Lakota and other traditions.”



    Chris is a fantastic guest and to hear his journey through the spiritual adventure that he’s been on is truly fascinating. You can find Chris’ book on all major online retailers or through his website coyotechris.com where you can also book sessions, purchase merch and learn more about him For Malliard Merch and more head over to malliard.com where you can score your own, or catch up on past shows. Remember to rate and subscribe through your favorite podcast app.

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    Nathaniel J. Gillis

    Nathaniel J. Gillis

    Demons. They have lived in the lore, stories, and histories of humankind since the dawn of time. The explanation for what exactly they are though has eluded and plagued many a scholar. Everything from the fallen angels spoken of in the Bible, Book of Enoch, Kabbalah, Rabbinic Judaism, and even Islam, to even Spirits from a higher descended species outside our grasps of human knowledge have been placed on the “what are they table.” With the mass paranormal wave that crashed over the nation some years back, there was a period that it seemed as if everyone in the field was a “demon expert” but when the rubber truly hit the road, many seemed too timid to dive into the real research. This week on The Malliard Report, Jim welcomes a guest that has dove in headfirst and has refused to shy away from the heavier topics.



    This week Jim welcomes Nathaniel Gillis. “Nathaniel J. Gillis is an Author, Lecturer, and Religious Demonologist. After being in the deliverance ministry for 15 years, Nathaniel felt called to bring his gifts and research to a more secular venue. The experiences he had as a child while living in a haunted house inspired him to research the fields of Demonology and the Paranormal. In addition to such disciplines, Nathaniel is also the founder of Preternatural Epiphenomenal Philosophy. It is his belief that Demonology is not the study of new life but the study of old life in a new way.”



    Nathaniel truly is an expert in his field and continues to push the envelope in research. You can find his works on major online retailers. For all things Malliard, head over to malliard.com where you can catch up on past shows, order merch, and so much more. Rate and subscribe on your favorite podcast app and connect with Jim on social media @malliard.

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    Dogecoin – live call

    Dogecoin – live call

    2021 is only five months in, and we are already seeing a plethora of news stories that will make even the most seasoned weird seeker scratch their and head and wonder what in the world is going on. Every week some new crisis dominates the news cycle, some social injustice comes to light, another celebrity is in the spotlight for some nefarious reason, and Hollywood continues to ram absolute rubbish down our throats as if we actually care about what is being put out. This week has had no shortage of such stories and on The Malliard Report what better way to celebrate than to host the monthly live call show.



    Much Crypto. Such gains. Wow. Dogecoin. This is truly a wonderment to behold. Life imitating art, imitating life. From its humble beginnings as meme to where it is today. Originally formed as a joke, “Dogecoin was created by IBM software engineer Billy Markus and Adobe software engineer Jackson Palmer. They wanted to create a peer-to-peer digital currency that could reach a broader demographic than Bitcoin. In addition, they wanted to distance it from the controversial history of other coins. Dogecoin was officially launched on December 6, 2013, and within the first 30 days there were over a million visitors to Dogecoin.com. By January 2014, the trading volume of Dogecoin briefly surpassed that of Bitcoin and all other crypto-currencies combined, however, its market capitalization remained substantially behind that of Bitcoin. Initially, Dogecoin featured a randomized reward that is received for each mining block, however, in March 2014 this behavior was later updated to a static block reward. In January 2021, Dogecoin went up over 800% in 24 hours, attaining a price of $0.07, as a result of attention from Reddit users, partially encouraged by Elon Musk and the GameStop short squeeze. In February 2021, Dogecoin hit a new high price of $0.08 following Twitter encouragement from Musk, Snoop Dogg and Gene Simmons. In March 2021, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban announced his NBA team would allow purchasing tickets and products with Dogecoin; within two days, Cuban had declared his franchise had become the top Dogecoin merchant, having carried out 20,000 transactions. On May 9, 2021, SpaceX announced a rideshare mission to the Moon completely funded by Dogecoin, thus becoming the first space mission funded by a cryptocurrency. Elon Musk confirmed this news via Twitter. DOGE-1 will be a minor 40kg rideshare payload on Intuitive Machines' IM-1 mission in Q1 2022”



    The live call-in shows are some of the most exciting hours in podcasting, so make sure you jump in on the action yourself! Live calls are hosted the first Tuesday of every month 9 p.m. EST at malliard.com While you are there make sure to check out the merch section, sign up for the newsletter, and catch up on past shows. Help the show out by rating and subscribing through your favorite podcast app!

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