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William Ramsey is an attorney turned investigative report who exposes occult related crimes.











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Audio Clip: [00:00:04] The story of Jesus is the greatest story ever told, that helped shape Western culture, teacher, leader, saviour.

Alex Tsakiris: [00:00:19] Okay, enough of that. That’s from the History Channel. It’s a documentary, of course on Jesus, they run it every year around Easter and it’s a way to try and attach some history to the whole Jesus thing in a way that really isn’t very historical. And that whole topic is particularly relevant today’s show. I mean, that’s what today’s show was about. I have a Christian history’s Smackdown with a guy I really like and respect. Attorney turned author and investigative researcher, journalist, William Ramsay, who was nice enough to kind of indulge me in this dialogue about this history. Here’s a clip.

Audio Clip: [00:01:10] The most quoted and referenced Christian thinker who knew Peter and all those other people, right? So that’s also another kind of problem with the Josephus kind of view. The gospels being you know, pure political document. But there’s other elements within Christianity that don’t comport with the kind of superficial surface, kind of generalized doctrines that Christians and non Christians perceive as being what Christianity is about.

Alex Tsakiris: [00:01:42] Yeah I just, that winds up sounding a lot like gobbledygook to me. I mean there is no, just because there is no, you know, you can cherry pick out of Paul and cherry pick out of Buddha and I mean again, the part about Christianity that I think a lot of us sit back and go, how are you even processing that is to say, there’s this special time 2000 years ago, well what about all the people that came before? Welcome to Skeptiko, where we explore controversial science and spirituality with leading researchers, thinkers and their critics. I’m your host, Alex Tsakiris. Today we welcome William Ramsay back to Skeptiko. William is an attorney, researcher, and author and the creator of William Ramsay Investigates, which I think is fantastic. It’s one of my go to podcasts that I always listened to and William was on a while back and we had just a great conversation. I learned so much and if you know this show, you know one of the things that’s really influenced me on, is this kind of deeper understanding of what’s going on in this crossover, a cult reality, Hollywood wink nod, and conflicting that or contrasting that I should say, with kind of the atheistic, secular, wokeness, well none of that stuff could be true. So we had this super interesting conversation last time and the books that he’s written, Children of The Beast, his book about Alistair Crowley, abomination about the West Memphis three, which is really kind of an interesting dive and especially since so many people just don’t know the facts of that case but you do now that I’ve hammered on them for so many times, and then the prophet of evil Alister Crowley, 911 and the New World Order. Is there anything else that you’ve written since then?

William Ramsey is an attorney turned investigative report who exposes occult related crimes.











Click here for William Ramsey’s Website

Abomination: Devil Worship and Deception in the West Memphis Three Murders

Click here for forum Discussion



Skeptiko-479-William-Ramsey

Audio Clip: [00:00:04] The story of Jesus is the greatest story ever told, that helped shape Western culture, teacher, leader, saviour.

Alex Tsakiris: [00:00:19] Okay, enough of that. That’s from the History Channel. It’s a documentary, of course on Jesus, they run it every year around Easter and it’s a way to try and attach some history to the whole Jesus thing in a way that really isn’t very historical. And that whole topic is particularly relevant today’s show. I mean, that’s what today’s show was about. I have a Christian history’s Smackdown with a guy I really like and respect. Attorney turned author and investigative researcher, journalist, William Ramsay, who was nice enough to kind of indulge me in this dialogue about this history. Here’s a clip.

Audio Clip: [00:01:10] The most quoted and referenced Christian thinker who knew Peter and all those other people, right? So that’s also another kind of problem with the Josephus kind of view. The gospels being you know, pure political document. But there’s other elements within Christianity that don’t comport with the kind of superficial surface, kind of generalized doctrines that Christians and non Christians perceive as being what Christianity is about.

Alex Tsakiris: [00:01:42] Yeah I just, that winds up sounding a lot like gobbledygook to me. I mean there is no, just because there is no, you know, you can cherry pick out of Paul and cherry pick out of Buddha and I mean again, the part about Christianity that I think a lot of us sit back and go, how are you even processing that is to say, there’s this special time 2000 years ago, well what about all the people that came before? Welcome to Skeptiko, where we explore controversial science and spirituality with leading researchers, thinkers and their critics. I’m your host, Alex Tsakiris. Today we welcome William Ramsay back to Skeptiko. William is an attorney, researcher, and author and the creator of William Ramsay Investigates, which I think is fantastic. It’s one of my go to podcasts that I always listened to and William was on a while back and we had just a great conversation. I learned so much and if you know this show, you know one of the things that’s really influenced me on, is this kind of deeper understanding of what’s going on in this crossover, a cult reality, Hollywood wink nod, and conflicting that or contrasting that I should say, with kind of the atheistic, secular, wokeness, well none of that stuff could be true. So we had this super interesting conversation last time and the books that he’s written, Children of The Beast, his book about Alistair Crowley, abomination about the West Memphis three, which is really kind of an interesting dive and especially since so many people just don’t know the facts of that case but you do now that I’ve hammered on them for so many times, and then the prophet of evil Alister Crowley, 911 and the New World Order. Is there anything else that you’ve written since then?

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