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April 21, 2021

Certified Bomb - B.D. Erickson

Certified Bomb - B.D. Erickson

Entrepreneur, Conspiracy expert, and CEO of Satic Inc., Mr. B. D. Erickson,  joins the boys to discuss electrical pollution, what products his company designs in order to combat it,  his time being mentored by Tony Robbins and of course conspiracy theories as conspiracy month continues on The Culture!

Topics discussed:

  • Static Electricity
  • Electrical Pollution
  • Mr. B.D. Erickson's remarkable story
  • Tony Robbins
  • Conspiracy theories
  • Coronavirus 
  • The Federal Reserve 
  • Cypress Hill
  • B.D's favorite Hip-Hop song

and much more!!

Featured song: Certified Bomb - Cypress Hill

Follow B.D. Erickson on twitter: @bdizzy4shizzy

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Transcript
Natasha:

from urban life to hip hop and sports and everything in between. This is a podcast inspired by and for the culture Episode 39. Certified bomb.

Jeff DeLaRosa:

Thank you for tuning in to another episode of the culture. We have a very special guest today. This man comes all the way from Montana. He is an expert in conspiracy theories. He's an entrepreneur who has been personally mentored by Tony Robbins. He is the owner of Satic Inc. S.a. T. I.C, Inc. r. Bd Erickson. Thank you or joining us tod

B.D Erickson:

Thank you, Jeff, I appreciate the opportunity to be here with you guys. Man.

Jeff:

Tell us a little bit about yourself, if you don't mind.

B.D Erickson:

Yeah. So you started I live in western Montana, I own a manufacturing facility, where we manufacture products, mainly for the solar sector, designed to help clean filter and regulate electricity. So that no matter how, who you are home or office, your electricity is more efficient. So your bill goes down. Maybe your phone charges cool and fast. A lot of health concerns have been raised about EMF and dirty electricity recently. And when you have solar panels, it becomes even more important that you get the most bang for the buck out of your solar system. Lower amp draws on energy hogs. And so we have engineered and designed a really groovy set of products that are made right here in the USA that help you achieve those goals.

Jeff:

That sounds interesting. I mean, where can they find you? What's the was the website? Or what's your?

B.D Erickson:

Yeah, so our website is static sa t ic usa.com. They can find us on the web. And on podcast with gentlemen. Like I said, I'd really appreciate an opportunity. You know, you have a small business, how do you tell people that you exist, no matter how neat your thing is? Or no matter how, you know, cool your belief or whatever else that people don't hear your voice or see your story? They don't know. So

Jeff:

I'm grateful. And in your bio, you you've talked about something called electromagnetic hypersensitivity. I'm interested in finding out more about that, like, what is that? Exactly?

B.D Erickson:

Yeah. So I you know, it's it's weird how you end up on your life's path. And where do you end up, you know, the career that you are, who really set out and you know, in fifth grade, know what they'd be. So my wife, once University of Hawaii, so we live down in Hawaii. And she was in an auto accident passed away. My son and I moved to Montana. And without even really thinking about it bought a house under the biggest power lines. In Montana, like where we live in our city, the biggest power lines by some stretch, bought a house right underneath them. didn't really think anything of it, right? Certainly not thinking about health Stop it. Man, within about a year my son's school attendance had gone from perfect to kind of lousy, his grades had gone from perfect to questionable. His attitude was different. And so I'm thinking though, is that me? Is it the fact that his mom's gone? It's an all these things? Well, as I began to investigate it, Google it. I found out that EHS electro hypersensitivity is real, it's actually quite common. A lot of people suffer from it. And if you are a person, where overexposure to Wi Fi, electromagnetic fields, alternate frequencies and electricity, if you do happen to be someone that's affected by those men, it is real. It will make you sick, it is debilitating. And the list of symptoms you can't sleep and things like that. And so I think a lot more people are suffering from it. They're not sleeping well. They don't feel well, whatever else, but they don't know that this is real. And they don't know that this is causing it.

Jeff:

This is the first time I've actually ever heard of this. So I'm fascinated. I think all of us that in some capacity have all of those symptoms. I mean, I have a three year old I haven't slept in three years I always attributed to him, you know him saying he helped a handful. So

B.D Erickson:

yeah, you know, it's so there's it's just one of those things that maybe you wouldn't know right away when I tell people all the time Look, Rome delivered water via the aqueducts which was an engineering marvel for hundreds of years. They didn't know that lead made you crazy. For hundreds of years later, everyone is so excited to have this fresh water. asbestos was the number one building supply in life. The 70s they didn't know till like 76 or 77 that it gave me so Thiele Yama, you don't want that if there's the list of things you don't want, but me so if the luoma on that list, you do not want it led paint an uncle die of it. So the baby stands, right, really. So there you go. So the baby stands in the crib, and he sets on the crib and the paint outlet in it. We gave gi cigarettes. The list of things that happen, you know, on purpose or accidentally You know, I'm not going there with this, that later you find out plastics, PBA plastics and baby chew toys. Oftentimes when technology takes the late, like we've been talking about, there's a lag before you know that lead is bad. cigarettes are bad. asbestosis bad. PBA plastic is bad. How do you finally know a big enough people start getting sick that it becomes beyond contestation. And this is the same plastic that's bottled waters, like yeah, and so so they Leach plastic leeches chemicals. It's very well documented that flat plastic leeches chemicals into the water. So they have been regulating over the last couple of decades, the kind of plastic that you can put anything that you're going to consume in. And then what you if you have really hot water that you put in it, let's say your microwave and you're doing something you can accelerate the leaching process, you can change it. It's something to be really cognizant of fact, it's been legislated now because it's so detrimental.

Jeff:

Wow. Alright, so going back to your son. So you attribute his the issues he was having in school and it was his attitude to the quote unquote, electrical pollution, is that correct?

B.D Erickson:

That's correct to the high tension power lines right outside our home, and the pollution that that those costs.

Jeff:

So I'm assuming you guys moved and what did you see a difference in his attitude or

B.D Erickson:

so immediately, I was in a position to move as a dad, I was like, I'm going to fix it today. And so I began investigating how you can shield it. And it's like a lot of things. So when I was a kid, the best drink of water was out of the hose. Right? You've been outside, running around kicking butt outside, you let the hose get on till it's cool. And you suck right out of the hose. Right? Nobody's drinking out of the hose news. People are drinking bottled water, right? Okay.

Anthony:

I'm sorry, because no one would be nice to water I drink it's filtered twice over, we have the filter from the fridge from the door. And then I take that water and I put it in one of those pictures that comes with the filter. And then I put it in the fridge. And I felt like it tastes better and I just feels better.

B.D Erickson:

I get it, I totally get it. And if there is something in it that you did not want, then you know that you've taken a step to filter that out. So the main line of products that we make. So our kind of our brand is static shield, because we shield you. So our energy conditioners are filters man, they're our Brita filter for your electricity. That's exactly what they are. And our shielding actually blocks it and catches it and absorbs it. So when you think of a shield, like for my mind, I think about a knight or somebody is going to put up as big shield, and it's going to stop a sword or arrows are going to bounce off it. The way this shield works. It's more like catching a baseball in a mitt, right. So rather than deflecting it or bouncing it off, whoo, it absorbs it. And then it has to be wired in, and it sends it to the ground outside your house. And so that static shield product, we call it field shield stops these fields and it stops them 99 99.5%. And our filtering system will remove, you know, up to 99% of the harmonics, the distortion, the EMF on your electrical system. And the thing about your electrical system and it's a super antenna when we were kids, I can tell you fell into pretty close to my age. When we were kids. You got FM radio in town. If you went out of town you got AM, right. Those are the two main radio signals. And then there was UHF and VHF for your TV and the four channels or six channels that we got before cable with HBO, right? Okay. So nowadays, when you turn on your phone, you're not seeing am FM, you're seeing his phone, her phone, his Wi Fi, her printer, their Wi Fi, Netflix, forget it, right. It's just unlimited signals. So a couple things are happening number one that's bombarding our physical being all day. And number two, where do signals land, they land on antennas. Now the antenna on your car was maybe two feet of aluminum, the wiring in your house or your apartment, the wiring in your spot that is maybe a mile of high quality copper, that's a super antenna, whether you want to believe it or acknowledge it or not, you are living in a super antenna that is being bombarded by all these waves and living on those waves. And if there's any chance at all that that's bad for you, and I assure you there is it's affecting you. How could

Jeff:

it Are there any tests or any studies that can you know, I mean, attest to this or that have Somehow proven that this affects your mood, your brain everything. So so there are,

B.D Erickson:

so you have to realize who benefits from lots of Wi Fi and lots connectivity. We're talking about Apple. We're talking about Google, talking about Microsoft talking about the biggest, most powerful companies on God's planet. Okay. So in the 60s, we knew that smoking two packs a day was not good for you. But Philip Morris, and these guys had so much money that we know they were able to suppress legislators, they were able to suppress doctors, they hired their own studies. So it's like tilting the pool table. So all the balls go into one pocket. So if you want to know how a study is going to find out, ask who ordered the study be done. And I guarantee you, that's how the study will work out. Right? So unfortunately, the standards, so there are standards for amount of exposure that you can expose a human being to, there are standards. But the US and China have pretty much the loosest lowest most terrible standards on the planet. France has real standards. Sweden has real standards, Switzerland has real standards. So yes, there absolutely are studies and our standards for it. But all the big Google and tech firms that we just listed, those are all American companies, and we love our plugins stuff. I get it. I like, I like my phone, too. I'm guilty. But I'm not someone that's a not cognizant that these things exist and are bad for you. And be someone that's going to be held in a trance or powerless. That's not who I am. I'm neither of those things. I'm neither in a trance nor powerless. I'm awake. And I'm powerful.

Jeff:

That's strong. But I mean, what do you recommend, for example, every household now has a smartphone, a modem or router, a bunch of smart TVs, a bunch of other devices, Roku to stream all your movies, everything. And there's all kinds of Wi Fi signals going around the house. I was having internet issues recently. And I called my, my provider. He laughs because it was affecting the podcast. And optimum is who I use, and they were telling me like, Oh, you have like 20 things right now connected to the wife. I'm like I do you know, yeah, yeah. See in every room. Everybody's phone, you know? Yes. And I'm like, okay,

B.D Erickson:

Jeff, you just, you just gave my pitch.

Jeff:

So what do we do? Exactly? I mean, do I just start turning stuff off? Do I return to motor my hair? I don't want Wi Fi anymore. Like

B.D Erickson:

so. So you just nailed it. So what I always tell people is, did you need my product in 1980? No. Did you need my product in 1990? No, it wasn't even a thing. Man. It didn't. It didn't matter. It wasn't the same. And we actually use the incandescent light bulb. The light bulb that Edison invented one 140 years ago. Now. That little light bulb that actually cleans electricity. It would turn abnormalities into heat. Well, you know what they did? They took that away. No, they gave you a CFL a compact fluorescent curly q bulb. That thing just screams poison. You don't have to be an engineer. Look at that say that that is not that is not for health. Right and the mercury in the things that are in it. Then went to led well, led uses a lot less electricity, but it strobes LED light emitting diode, a diode is direct current diagnose like a one way door goes one way can go in you can't come out. Once you come in, you can't come out. So it's it's strobing. So we used to have 5025, whatever number of energy cleaners, we took those out. And now we have 25 or 50, energy dirty errs. And then you just said you don't have one phone, your family has four phones. And you have your two tablets, and you got your Wi Fi. And so do your neighbors and everybody else. So we are bombarded. So that's number one. But you ask the question, what do we do? What we're powerful, we're smart. First thing we do, we've become aware. The second thing we do we take action, yes, start turning off the stuff that you're not using. If you want to use it, or hide it up, use it. But if you're not, don't just have 50 things fry and you and your little kid, turn them off, shut them down, get Wi Fi that turns off at night. So you want to stream you want to be online, turn it on straight, be online, but when you're not, don't just live in it. That's like sitting next to somebody who's just smoking and blown in your face all day. If you want to hang out with them for a minute, go go hang out with them for a minute, but then send them home.

Jeff:

I'm gonna have to look into actually I've never heard that you could turn off internet. You know what I mean? Like having a program where you could turn it on us every time but whatnot. Come on, man. I've been to hell. You've been at two o'clock in the morning. That's not gonna work. Wipe off Netflix show? Definitely we're looking to saticusa.com correct. Because I have a three year old and they always want to be on the phone. They want to be playing the game. They want to be on YouTube all day. And once it's bedtime, I'm like Yo, Come on, give me the phone and say no, no I see all my friends, kids, everybody that I know their kids, that's all they do they just consumed by, you know, by the electronics, they're more

B.D Erickson:

affected by it. They're still developing. They are more susceptible. Right,

Jeff:

right, right. Yeah,

Anthony:

I told you man read a book who, who reads books now even even reading a book now it's through a tablet, me, right.

Jeff:

But you're the rare breed, you know, now, he has to read rate arts on auto. That's what I'm saying. Now, they're gonna bundle and open up their tablet in order to book on the Kindle or whatever, and read it through the device, you know what I mean?

B.D Erickson:

So in that situation, download it to the device, disconnect, get the book device on airplane mode, and then read it or played or whatever, without being connected. There's a lot of things that you can do once you've downloaded them, so you don't have to be connected to it. And I'll tell you, that dirty electricity and EMF and all this stuff, they are not conspiracy, they are not theory. They are real. They are proven they are measurable. Beyond contestation. The question really, is how bad for you. So it's like this? Would you think it would be a good idea to eat fast food and fries for every meal? No, it's not healthy. But one fry nowadays now then ain't gonna hurt you. Right? Would you like to smoke four packs of cigarettes a day? No. But if you smoked one cigarette in college, I think you're gonna be okay. Right? So it's not about, you know, is it bad or not? It's bad. It's a matter. It's about how much. And so you know, you and I just kind of went down that level of how much at devices in your life all on is too much. So you know, you don't have to run screaming. But you do have to, you know, be cognizant, and start turning some things down, or maybe getting some filters or some shields or things like that. We have a shield that goes in your bed, you put it right in between your mattress is lift up the mattress, slide it between your boxspring and your mattress, shut it down. Plug it in, now. Yeah, because so electricity will choose the path of least resistance, right? We all learned that like fourth or fifth grade, electricity is not going to go through rubber. If it can have copper, it will pick copper on its own right. So you are a big meat sack. We're about 80 90% water. But then you know stuff is spraying in the outside of our breathe in it and we're breathing in aluminum are breathing these metals. And now you are water and aluminum. Man, you are an antenna. So when you're laying in that bed, who's the path of least resistance, you you, you just became the antenna in that bed. So by putting something in there a grounding rod, a static shield or something that at least you don't have all that current moving through you. It's moving through something else. And people say they sleep a baby markedly better. As soon as they put it in, you know, is it psychosomatic? Yeah, maybe sometimes? Sure. I mean, I'm not a silly fool. Yeah, maybe sometimes it is in their brain. Is it every time? Probably not. I

Jeff:

mean, would that would that explain why it's so hard to get up in the morning? Like, my brain usually gets up around five 530 My body's not ready, though to get up like my brain will be up. And I'm just on like a you know, but my body takes like another hour or half hour to get up. Like it's just not prepared.

B.D Erickson:

And you almost want to roll out. Yeah. You don't bounce out. You got to just kind of roll. Roll.

Anthony:

Right man flew? away. Now I'm awake. This redshield? Can Are we allowed to talk price on here? Like what are we looking at? Is this on the website?

B.D Erickson:

Yeah, they're on the website, static shell calm. And they're about $200. They're they're they're two feet by four feet. And so you need one for most beds to for some they ship and kind of a pizza box folded in half, you open it up, plug it in, and you end with a meter. Like I wish I had a meter here for our show. You can see it right now. It's not like you don't have to wonder if it's working. Hope that it's working. There's a lot of meters that you can buy on our website to for electromagnetic fields and interference, electric fields, magnetic fields, and you can hold it up and say, Okay, I want none. But that's not realistic in the modern world. So two or three is bad. Usually when you turn it on, you're going to see a number that's way higher than anybody suggests is good for you. And the minute you hold up the shield, God baby zero zip zip. Nada.

Jeff:

Now you did mention before like, okay, you have a drink or two is not going to kill you. You have a smoker who is not going to kill you your body fights or your body has defense mechanisms, your liver, your lungs, you know, they're gonna filter these things out. Does your body have any type of defense for these electric you know, currents of electric pollution?

B.D Erickson:

God that's that's a great question. So so because of the FDA and things we have to be very careful what we say about what's good for you bad for me. I can't really say that but here's what I could talk about you ready? cows. Dairy is a trillion dollar industry. I'm not just talking about milk butter is delicious. Cheese is delicious. Must yo son sour cream, ice cream, right? Pick it so From the very biggest companies marigold, dairygold, all the way down to the Amish and the hooter rights, they have done studies that show prove that the quality of the milk, the quantity, the production, and all that is affected by dirty electricity and electromagnetic fields. One of the first things you do in a dairy is you clean the power. See, like the way electric fences work? A lot of people think that the cow gets shocked by the electric fence. He's smart. He doesn't like it. He doesn't do that again, no, no, no dairy cow has ever been shot by an electric fence ever. They don't go near it. They don't go near it. They can sense it, they can smell it, whatever. They don't like it. In fact, if there's stray voltage at a dairy, dairy cow mount from Montana, they won't even step in a puddle. Like I'm not teasing. They know. It affects them. And this is well documented, indoor grows strawberries, tomatoes, Ganja. When you're growing stuff, it's well documented that those plants will grow towards the light towards the the nutrients in the water, they will grow away from dirty electricity. So you know, am I a cow or a plant? No, but I'm biological. So if it's bad for them, beyond content station, does it not follow that it's bad for me? Yeah. So it doesn't kill you the next day. It's like smoking or drinking, it's got to have a compounding effect. But we have gone from 1980. You know, in 1990, you got one fax machine, right? And then in 95, you got one printer, right? And to the proliferation that we have now, we are all flying in the smoking section, guys. Yep. See, Jesus.

Jeff:

Now? Let's go again, going back to your son, what differences did you actually see him after you, you know, you got yourself away from mobile electricity.

B.D Erickson:

So a lot of people not my just my son only, but a lot of people actually have kind of like a detox, where they actually for a day almost feel worse, because they're just their body is now used to this. Or maybe for a day or two, you just a little bit off. And then you start to come out of it and your body can react now to having less, yeah, let's have having less of something, I don't care what it is, if your body gets used to it, you know, then you might feel a little off for a day or two coming out of it. And I'm not I'm not a person that can really feel it. I don't want to be phony baloney. I think people can see right through that. But we have a lot of customers that will. So usually female, usually female biology is more sensitive. She turns her back, you plug the filter in, she knows she feels it, you unplug it, she can feel it. And I made times you have to play that game before. You know, she's not guessing. You only have to do that five or six times. And you know that she knows, guys. It's not like we have five customers, we have 85,000 units installed, like our customers know. And again, these are some of them psychosomatic? Sure. Or some of them just want to feel good. They want to feel good. Sure, man, of course and God loves that's okay. Do if that's how it works for you. That's okay. But with 85,000 installed, surely that's the great minority, certainly not the majority. This is 80,000 installed in the country in the US across the whole us all over the world, all over the world. The US presently is our best customer because, you know, we speak English and where we're here, and we're in the US. But it's a growing concern.

Jeff:

He said, we speak English, you know, you got to be careful what you say now in 2021. It might take that.

B.D Erickson:

That's right. I certainly know that to be offensive. And I'll tell you this, I think I think most of us if given the opportunity would love to speak multiple languages. I know that's something on a to do list of mine, that I would love to be able to communicate freely with more humans, but my factory and for me, I speak English. And so my brochures and my websites and things are in English. And so those, that's the majority of our customers right now, but we want to grow that and that's something man, I would love to reach every person of the world. And not just as, you know, business case, I'm blessed, possibly beyond what I deserve right now. And I'm grateful for every drop of it. But I want to reach people because if it's your kid, it matters. I'm telling you right now, if it's your kid, it matters. And so I want people to know that there is something out there. It's not expensive. It's easy to do. It'll work today, and if it will help you, it's available to you.

Jeff:

I appreciate the positive energy and I'm gonna definitely put a link on on our show notes so people can go to the website. Now you mentioned you know, you're blessed to have all the success you have. You say you've been personally mentored by Tony Robbins. Now, can you tell us a little bit about that? And also, do you attribute some of your success to the to that you know, experience?

B.D Erickson:

Yeah, and the the peer group so I you know, I graduated from I'm Tony Robbins mastery University. Then I graduated from Tony Robbins Leadership Academy, that I was a crew with Tony Robbins and a leadership person that is live events for nearly a decade went around the world three times, helped 10s of 1000s of people to firewalk. And you get a lot from the technology that Tony teaches. You get more if you put it into action, right. That's that's a huge leap for more people than you'd believe. But you also meet the peer group. I mean, I got to be around, just absolutely beautiful human beings inside and out. that taught me so much. I remember one time, I was watching somebody firewalk and it was their starting running back for Vanderbilt, this, this gentleman was a human specimen, right and he's walking on fire and cool Moscow, Moscow, masih, he comes across that grab him, stop, wipe your feet celebrate, he was so happy. And the next person was this tiny little grandma. so old, you could see right through her skin, right? And she comes up next could not be different, more different biologically, this huge, robust male piece of steel that looks like a human doll. Right? You know what I'm talking about the athletes just their beautiful specimen, right. And then next, I've got 90 year old little Jewish Grandma, right weighs maybe 85 pounds, and she comes across, cool moss, cool moss, cool. kumars man, it changed my world because I knew in that moment, that little, that little spark man that God gives you that little piece that your soul, whatever, that he lends you, however, in the fantastic way, that that works. That that's that's just as powerful in any one of us, in that moment that you need it, you know. And so, being around people and seeing people of every shape and color and size, have the power and the ability to change their life, and affect other people. That's, that's man, that's something that I cherish that has impacted me and that I will keep forever.

Jeff:

But I feel like, I feel really ignorant. Because before today is the first time I've heard of, you know, electric pollution. And is the first to me, Tony Robbins was just like a motivational speaker. You know, I mean, I could tell, you know, follow your dreams, you know, you can do with this and that. But that that's it. You know, I had no idea that he was pushing, you know, any type of technological advances or, you know, I'm saying,

B.D Erickson:

Yeah, no, and so, so he is not he is not part of this, or my company he has he has his beliefs on diet and nutrition and exercise and all that stuff. This is that single dads pursuit in a confusing world to help his kit. Yeah, you know, and then what somebody like Tony Robbins says, he just helps you remember that you are powerful. It just helps you remember that you can do be have what you want. And I always tell people, you know, no, it's not easy. But it's not impossible, either. It's somewhere in the middle of that, you know, it's somewhere in the middle of easy and impossible. So just get to work. Just get to work. Make your goals, think it see it, dream it start today. And you'll be amazed at what you will drag into reality. If you just start today, you know,

Jeff:

you thought like a better speaker than Tony Robbins. start charging glasses. Now, you said you were an expert in conspiracy theories. What exactly does that mean? And what? What conspiracies Do you subscribe to? Because we had a couple of guys out for this. And they were just you know, going on and on about the flat earth. Please don't talk about Flat Earth. I don't want to hear any more of that. Okay. Okay. Do you believe the earth is flat?

B.D Erickson:

So I first of all, I did not say ever that I was an expert, I have been called an expert. Somebody calling you an expert is different than you saying that you're an expert. I am a voracious reader. I do have a high IQ. I read a lot of books. I hope that I'm coachable. Here's what I've learned at my age, every time I think I know something, I find out that I knew less. Right. And each time you add another layer on, it's like man I was I'm more confused. Now maybe then when I started. And so I've just learned for myself, that a lot of things that I was taught in fifth grade as gospel. And then I remember fifth grade science. I remember fifth grade geography. I remember so many things that I was taught. And I was just told that this is how it is. And now as an adult, I'm telling you, that's not real. That's that's not the truth. And so there are just a lot of things in our world, that we are told every single day that they are true, and they are not when we're being taught by teachers who were taught by another teacher, you know, and it's just gone on and on.

Jeff:

And every I think everything is theories. You know, everything we've been told in our entire life is theories. Most things cannot be proven. You know, Christopher Columbus discovered this critical or Columbus that Did he really, you know, when there was already people there at the place that he'd supposedly discovered that already people there. Yeah, this is what we're told. This is what our teachers were told they just pass the information on and so forth. And it's just a cycle. You don't I mean, you know, people I believe in the Bible I happen to be agnostic. I speak about this openly and all the episodes, but we're going by a book, we're going by what the Bible, and there's over 4000 religions in the world, and they don't all believe in the same Bible. You know, some people believe in the Christian Bible, some people believe, you know, in the Book of Mormon, you know, Muslims have the Quran, rah, rah, these are all books reality, you know, unverifiable. And it's everything is a theory.

B.D Erickson:

So the educators, you know, that are educated, right? And so, there is a curriculum. So there's a school board, so the community, you know, in the school board help decide the curriculum, and the curriculum then has a series of approved books that were written by somebody. And you know, who went when somebody wins the war? Who writes the story, you know, the vector, to the victor goes the spoils and he tells everybody how it went. And so you're exactly correct. We you go to you go to grade school, and you go and you What do you taught man, be on time and, and don't sleep and don't doodle and pay attention and then get good marks. And remember, 1492 Columbus sailed the seas of blue, you know, 1776, we these things are ingrained in us. And we just take them as fact, because we're taught to believe people and trust them. And we want to believe people and trust them, that people's natural autopilot is not to disbelieve somebody, your natural autopilot is to love people and to be friends. Your natural autopilot is not to not like someone or not want to hang with him. That's not that's not how babies are met is not our natural thing. We want to fit in, we want to high five, we want to be part of it. We want to be your pal, and I want to believe you. And so they prey on our natural goodness of wanting to believe these things. And when your mom tells you to listen, and the teacher has authority, man, I'm sorry, until someone really shows you something else. That is going to be what you believe. How could it not be?

Jeff:

Alright, so I feel like you're tippy toeing. Let's let's get down to it as controversial as you need to tell us exactly what conspiracies you're subscribing to men? Are you not believing in COVID? That's got to adjust to that when you were just talking now?

B.D Erickson:

Well, I I do believe that there's, you know, a flu and a pathogen? Absolutely. When you look at the states, North Dakota, South Dakota, that that didn't shut down, or maybe that didn't mask at the states, Florida, Texas, Montana, that have less mask regulation, are the death rates significantly different. You know, the numbers, this is not a conspiracy, the numbers say that they're oftentimes less. So that's just, that's just math. So let's say we looked back at, you know, 1425, and 1426, and 1427 in history, and we're looking at the death rates. And during one of those years, it was said that there was, you know, a pandemic or a food shortage or something happened to the water or something else. And so that was really what was important to the people at that time, the potato famine, you pick it right. But if you looked at the number of people that that died that year, looking back 100 or 500 years later, if it wasn't markedly different, it wouldn't be that big of a deal to you, historically speaking, looking back in 500 years, when people look back at 2020. And the number of people that passed away versus the year before, would somebody have 500 years looking back say that was the year of a great pandemic? I don't know that historically speaking, you would, I think in SPARC, historically speaking, you would say it was about the same as everything else. Does that mean that COVID doesn't exist? I didn't say that. I said that the number of people that died, looking back is not an extraordinary,

Jeff:

okay, scary thing that the death, the death tolls are about the same, but more deaths are being attributed to COVID whether somebody died of cancer or somebody got hit by a car, they're gonna say was COVID

B.D Erickson:

Well, nobody died of the flu. It's the first year in like, recorded human history that nobody died of the flu, everybody that died of the flu died at COVID. So sure the COVID numbers are up. But if the if the flute numbers are down, then that still equals about the same thing. And I haven't looked at the numbers recently, it was in like, within like, 5% of the same numbers as before, is 5% astronomical to you, you get to decide that it's not astronomical to me, but, you know, I have my own set of parameters and rules that I go by. I think I, you know, COVID is such a touchy subject that you can't make everybody happy. I'll tell you some easier ones. I'll give you some labs, right. Everybody suffers from lamps. The Federal, the Federal Reserve is neither federal and there's no reserve. Right, let's just let's just make sure that everybody knows that on an island called Jekyll Island, in like 1913. The bankers set out to establish a currency and that was an And the Federal Reserve is neither federal there's no reserve it is fiat currency owned by a handful of extremely wealthy families and if control the monetary system in America for the last 170,000 the Rockefellers great. Right. There's a great book The creature from Jekyll Island. It's very clear I think I think most of us know that most people don't know that the IRS is not part of the government. It's a Puerto Rican corporations. I'm an American. It's a Puerto it's Puerto Rican, men's, Puerto Rican C corporation, Google it, woozy. And they just got the they got the job of they got the bid, if you will, for collecting our revenue. And who owns that same cats? Well, who owns the FDA, Sam cats? Who owns the CDC, Sam cats. So the CDC people want to believe that it is this, you know, nonbiased, government agency, that is all these wonderful people working for your betterment. Well, how much money did they make last year in vaccines? It's a fun Google, right. So it's not like I'm this unique conspiracy person saying these things I was taught like everybody else, it's just that I was taught as a youth to believe something different. And so it takes a minute when you make that shift from believer in your fifth grade school teacher, to knowing that it's not true at all. In fact, quite the opposite is true that, you know, we just did a couple of layups right here. There are so many things like this in our lives, that aren't what we're told that it's criminal. And it's, it's, it's actually quite hard to take initially. But once it's like you blow up a balloon, right? The balloon is this big, you get the bag, and you blow it up, and it gets this big, and then let the air out of it, it only goes back to here, it never goes back. Like once you expand your brain once you once some of the scales fall off from your eyes. You don't see anything the same way anymore, you see everything with a level of cynicism, especially if it's told you if anything has been told you like more than 100 times in like the last, whatever, it's wrong. Someone is trying way too hard to convince you of something if it's told that many times if it's if you've been told that many times, then you know,

Jeff:

I had a doctor and a nurse actually told me that hospitals get I forget the certain amount of money every time they put somebody on the ventilator, you know what I'm saying? and things like that makes me think like, mmm, Hmm, okay.

B.D Erickson:

Right. Do you does so so. So if, if anything, is what it appears to be? Do you have to inflate it? Do you have to supercharge it? Do you have to blow on it? Do you have to do something else? No, no, it speaks for itself. Right? If anything, if you'll turn off the TV, your life will be different. Because TV is telling you something and what you should trust is your eyes and your ears and your nose and your skin. And I'll tell you what, when I go out and I feel the sun on my face. And I hear the birds It was so beautiful today and the birds are just losing their minds. They were so happy. And there were no body bags, right? There were no, there were no riots, what I heard was just birds chirping and little kids outside on the bike. And, and that's, that's the real world. That's not one that's piped into me, I'm telling you, I promise you, I felt that sun on my face. I smell the fresh air. I hear the birds in my own ears. I saw little kids on bike with my own eyes. That's my real world.

Jeff:

And I've always questioned everything even you know, going as a child. That's why I'm agnostic, because I've always questioned everything. As far as religion my mom takes me to church, my dad would take me to the Kingdom Hall. And I would always question everything. And that's and if you know, right, but if my questions weren't answered, You know what I mean? Then you would lose credibility with me, is like the old saying, you know, if you tie up a pastor or a priest, and you know, he's scared, then you can't trust what he's telling you about the life after, you know, you know, I'm saying and what Joe Biden said in one of his raps but like, I would always believe conspiracies. Like, for example, like the 911 I was always fascinated by that. I was watching all the DVDs. As I got older, you know, I still ask questions, but I feel like I want to believe what's being told, you know, I mean, like, what, what they're telling me on CNN or Fox News, but then I always ask the question, okay, what do they get out of this? Like, what is the purpose? You don't I mean, if they're gonna really lie to us about whether the moon landing or 911 or COVID, or, you know, the monetary system, whatever it is, what's the end goal? Like, is it money? I mean, they're printing money. So what do they need money, they print money. So you know, what is what was really is the point of all these lines, you know, control. Control is the most powerful thing we ever had.

B.D Erickson:

So So, so that you just throw a lot out there. So things should be able to stand on their own anything should be able To stand on its own and it doesn't matter, you know what it is the quality of water quality of electricity or you know, religion it's something should be able to be fact checked something should be able to be questioned in First of all, if you're not allowed to question it, exactly. Wow, that's, that's a that's a hint right there, right if you're not allowed to question it, because anything should be able to stand up to it. And, and control those in control want control and they're afraid of losing control. And you know, why? Why has mankind ruled mankind to his own detriment for 6000 years? There's, you know, what's, we could spend two hours on that but, you know, how often has the ruling class really benefited the people? And how often has the ruling class subjugated and harmed that people? That's that's international that covers race, age, time dates, everything for some reason, right? Historically speaking, when you look back those in charge subjugated they they liked the power did they like the wealth that they liked the fame? Did they like the glamour of the sex picket, you know, all of the above picket? that's just that's been the reality. And so we want to believe that we're in the one place where no, they they don't like the power, they don't want to do anything for power. They do because they love us. They want to protect us, Jeff, I would love to tell you that everyone out there in charge you they just love you baby and want to protect you. That's all they want is love to protect you. Your special development loves me and unfortunately, right? They love you and they want to protect you and keep you healthy and keep you safe. Right? And the people that make billions of dollars off selling you medicine, they want you healthy, right?

Jeff:

Because it doesn't make sense. There's no there's no money in the cure. There's no money in the cure.

B.D Erickson:

Jeff, you said that baby not me

Jeff:

you know why cure cancer? Why cures AIDS? You know, when we're gonna keep feeding you these pills that you need every day of your life. You know, that was the guy Michael Michael SORNA was selling the AIDS pills for like $1,000 a pill or something like that. Remember that? I mean, he's locked up now but he was making Banco

Unknown:

but he went to Korea, he bought that Wu Tang album for $2 million. And nobody ever heard it. Because he kept it to himself. Yeah, combat this.

Anthony:

So this is what we're going to do. I got some conspiracy theories. We have a little fast round. I just mean yes and no and no explanation. Whatever works for you. Did the government kill Kennedy? Yes or no. The government, a government hired Hitman. So perhaps, so so blank.

B.D Erickson:

So here, Kennedy said skidded. He said two pretty famous things in his speech right before he was killed. Number one, I'm going to take the CIA, and I'm going to split it into 1000 pieces and scattered into the wind, we're going to take back the monetary system from the Federal Reserve, we're going to turn to the gold standard. Next question.

Jeff:

He also question number two, did he also say that he was going to disclose any information that we had about, you know, UFOs and alien content?

B.D Erickson:

I don't remember that. Specifically, the speech I'm referring to specifically before he was killed, referred to the Federal Reserve in the CIA.

Jeff:

So in other words, he knew too much information that they didn't want out there.

B.D Erickson:

Well, he well, and he was, he was he was about to, I mean, his words were I will splinter the CIA into 1000 pieces and scattered into the wind. And we will take back our monetary system. And then he was shot in the face and everyone was told that he was shot in the back that now you realize that right that the building where he was shot from was behind him. Now you see the video, you don't have to be a super genius to know that gentleman shot in the forehead. He was not shot in the back of the head.

Anthony:

His neck rocks backwards. His head doesn't rock forward. Right. So if we were never happy, we've never had a convertible presidential vehicle ever since. I think we learned a lesson. I probably saw more land and get to know.

B.D Erickson:

Oh, man, I so I hate doing this one. And I'm like, you're on a conspiracy expert witness I I get called that because I'm a good reader. I love I love space stuff. So I love the Smithsonian. I call it rocket porn. I'm surrounded by engineers. I lead a great team of engineers. I love this stuff. So here's something that you have to ask yourself. If you're standing in a field, Montana right now. You're five or 600 miles away from somebody how many bars you have on your phone? You got none. So you're telling me I got I got a ride on my head dude. That that dude had five bars on his phone on the moon a quarter million miles away. In 1969. He had five bars. I don't have five bars in Montana. I don't have bars and I'm sitting inside of

Jeff:

me the only conspiracy was the part where a lot lag was waving. That's why everybody would always point to like, why is the flag waving?

B.D Erickson:

Well, so man, I love rocket stuff so much. You just you're cutting me deep right now. So think about the size of Saturn five rocket. So the Saturn five rockets, which took the command module and the lunar excursion module up into space, that thing was storeys tall with so much energy, right? And then think about the little thing that was on the moon that they were in. How did that thing get back off the moon?

Anthony:

D is not mean, you got him thinking he is my most recent question ever. So once we get off here, he's going to do somebody. So

B.D Erickson:

so. So if you jump out of a plane, why your parachute opens book, right? And the parachute slows you down. Now if there's no air, does a parachute deployed? No, it just stream so when those guys go super high, and you can go super high, like people tell you can't go see bright, you can go see a bright guy goes super high, he jumps out of that thing. He's in his Red Bull suit, and it's going to shoot going, his shoot doesn't deploy for a long time, because there's no air pack to fill it right. So the closer you get, the denser the air gets, he gets far enough where it's dense, and it fills the chute. And then it slows him down. So we see them we see the Mars stuff and wetlands it that big parachute pops out. Mars doesn't have atmosphere, it's three tenths of 1% the atmosphere of Earth. So how would a parachute open? What's filling it? So you're saying we've never been to Mars? I'm saying this, saying that I'm saying parachutes don't work. parachutes don't work without air. parachutes grab air. This is a fact. Last question. Are we in a simulation? What's that? Last question? Are we in a simulation? of sorts? of sorts? Yeah. So it's is it? Is it? Is it the matrix, where we are all asleep? Being batteries to feed something else? That's different than are we asleep? Have we all been so socially conditioned, that we are experiencing a false reality around us? Anthony? beyond reasonable content station, we are my friend.

Jeff:

We are Erickson before we let you go, my final question is UFOs. Are they alien entities, alien vehicles from a different life living life form? Or are they just manmade crafts that the government is testing out every so often?

B.D Erickson:

Well, I remember in the 80s, living in Seattle, they were working on something in Boeing, and we didn't know. And then al came that stealth fighter. And that was that oddly shaped rascal in like 1990, if you remember that it went over to Desert Storm Desert Shield. And so they were working on something behind closed doors. That was beyond what any of us had even probably dared to imagine. So the idea that the government is not working on something that's beyond our imagination. That's that's foolhardy. Of course they are. And number two, I think a lot of us agnostic or not, whatever, have experienced times, that seems surreal. where, you know, are there angels and demons? Have you been thinking about your wife? And she called you right that minute? Have you been thinking about an old pal that you haven't seen, and he called you that moment, to say that you've lived your life and not experienced those does not really play they're simply are things, there simply are things that we cannot describe, with the math that we were taught in fifth grade, or the belief that we were taught in some fantastic way, there is absolutely more happening around us than we're able to see and smell beyond gestation. beyond any day, we

Jeff:

had a Christian Scientist on a few months back, and just that alone, Christian scientists, to me was like an oxymoron or something that was contradictory to each other. But, you know, he argued left and right that there's millions of planets, but there are no life forms, and none of them, except for this one. And that's just something I just cannot wrap my mind around, I will never, nobody's ever going to convince me that we are the only intelligent life form that exists in our universe, our galaxy, our solar system, it just that that's unfathomable to me, like, that's very arrogant and naive and egotistical of the human race to even think something like that. That's my opinion. You know, if, if millions of planets they discovered new planets every day, and there's no life form anywhere else, you know, that's come on. It's one or the other. There's either no planets, but this one, or there are planets, and there's other you know, life form out there.

B.D Erickson:

Yeah, well, why and why did they have to be, you know, shaped like us, or, or, or physical like us, or dimensional like us, or whatever else, we're still on our own little planet finding, you know, so most things, you know, want some sunlight or some water. And then in these caverns of the ocean, we find these vents where ammonia and all these toxic gases and stuff are coming out and there's a little little fish. There's a little dude that lives in it, and he lives on ammonia at 200 degrees. And anything else would or something would be, would be cooked there or couldn't breathe there couldn't live there. And he does that little that little thing does. And so it would be, and even the Bible if you if we're going to go there just for fun and the Quran and the Torah, they talked about being created by a percentage percentage that also created angelic beings are creatures of another dimension before, so I don't I don't know how you would even say that we're the only that we're the only crew. Exactly.

Jeff:

And if you believe in God, that's he's the personification of what an alien is something that's not from this world. He's not terrestre. And it just if you say that God is all knowing, and all good to me, you can't be both you're one or the other. You got to pick one. You know, I'm saying because he's, if he's all good, and he's also knowing he allows all the evil to then he's not all good. You know what I mean? Because he's also created evil. So you got to pick one. And that's what people you know, they lose me there when they say he's all good and all knowing like, no, which one is he? He can't be both, because otherwise, he's real.

B.D Erickson:

You know, freewill. freewill is an interesting thing. And so, let's say, Jeff, that you, you create a creature with free will, and it behaves poorly. You've got some choices now, do you immediately kill this creature and start over? Because you're good? Or do you make a statement? Maybe that this won't, this won't play out? Well, for you, this will work out as X, Y and Z. Do you give an event to play out? So So let's say you're in a classroom, and a teacher writes a problem or a math problem or something on the board? And one of the students says, You did that wrong? Or there's a better way to do that? Should the teacher just erase the board? Or should the teacher say, Come show me? That's it? Or the ladder? Probably the latter. Yeah. Right. So So is there any possibility at all that God is that teacher? And he's saying, Okay, let's see what you got. It's interesting, at least upon reading that Jeff,

Jeff:

was the BD error. So you got to tell us what the re D stands for.

B.D Erickson:

Not on the first day jeff

Anthony:

People hanging out in the government. We're gonna have to have you back on the website beedis on the website is going to be here. You don't need to tell everybody it's been promised to

Jeff:

mr Erickson thank you for coming on. We really appreciate it. Very fascinating stuff. I'm definitely going to go to the website to look more into the the bed shields and some of the other gadgets you have on there because like I said, I was ignorant and completely oblivious to this whole electrical pollution thing. First time I ever even heard about it. So I'm gonna definitely research that a little further.

B.D Erickson:

I love your guys's show. It's very cool. I'm genuinely grateful and honored that you guys had a really fresh

Jeff:

just so you know. Thanks. So you know, we name all our episodes after hip hop song. So we're gonna pick one unless you have any suggestions any rap songs that you like, the show stopper the hip

B.D Erickson:

premacy break you out proper? Boy, you got to remember, right, man, when sin dog just starts to flow. That m ght be my favorite flow of any r p tune of any time when sin d g just was

Jeff:

the name of that song. Do remember, he knows what it is? Because that's gonna be the name of this episode. Yeah, of course I do. Son. What is hip hop superstar. You want to be a superstar? You want to be a hip hop superstar live large big house. Oh, yeah. You're in charge is a rock star rap superstar. Yeah, rock star. That's it. Rap superstar. eric erickson came in here today with all types of knowledge man. He's here to teach to people man. We appreciate you man. Thanks for coming on, man. Same guys. Good night, man.

Unknown:

On this measure, when are you gonna show up? Do you want to randomly meet your friends?