S03E07 – Walter Cruttenden

CPAK Preview

CPAK was lit af. The 2019 Conference on Precession and Ancient Knowledge was three intense, jam-packed days of conversation after conversation that hit CK and Andrew with several theories and concepts on a level not yet experienced in the history of the show. Is that a bold statement? Yep. Is it a claim that we can back up with data? Something fierce and the upcoming release schedule of the interviews obtained in Newport Beach will trigger a massive spike in your Google consumption, dilated pupils, and sleepless nights of contemplation.

When you head out for an evening of fine dining, you don’t just sit down in your stretchiest sweats and jump into the main course; you embrace the experience and that first course is meant to wet the palate to prepare you for what’s to come. That is the mindset you need to manifest with today’s episode of Lost Origins. In today’s episode, our very good friend Walter Cruttenden joins Andrew and CK to discuss the CPAK experience, the primary focus of the lecture he delivered at the conference, the moments that rocked his boat, and the presenters that had profound effects on him.

This CPAK preview episode of Lost Origins will prepare you for what’s about to hit your device of choice for podcast consumption. Get stoked. Hype yourself up. All the things.

About the Guest

Walter is the Director of the Binary Research Institute in Newport Beach, California, and the author of the best selling book, Lost Star of Myth and Time. He is also the writer and producer of the award-winning documentary film, “The Great Year”. BRI’s main focus is on understanding the cause and consequences of solar system motion, particularly the phenomenon of the precession of the equinox. Walter’s work at the institute indicates that the mechanics of the well-known celestial motion have been misdiagnosed and are actually the result of our own solar system’s motion, and that this “motion” has profound affects on life, akin to the changing seasons.

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