Liberation Frequency Episode #3: Can You Keep a Secret? Interview with Jay Dyer of

In our third episode of our Liberation Frequency podcast, Jennifer Sodini interviews Jay Dyer of The two discuss MK Ultra, secrets hidden in plain sight, the esoteric agenda of the ruling elite, Interstellar, ETs and philosophy. This enlightening interview exposes a new way to view the stories and events "orchestrated" by the mainstream media. 

Jennifer and Jay review an extensive amount of esoteric subjects, and we took the liberty to provide links to some of what is reviewed, which you can browse through below.

Stay in touch with Jay Dyer through his socials: TwitterFacebook.

*We apologize for the barking in the beginning of the podcast, Jenn's dog, Misha, was intent on making his voice heard - and unfortunately we couldn't edit it out.*

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Spotify Playlist Week of 12/17 - 12/24 by Jay Dyer of Jay's Analysis

Tomorrow we will be releasing our latest episode of Liberation Frequency, where we interviewed Jay Dyer of Jay's - so this week our Spotify playist is by Jay.

These 10 tracks were hand picked by him, and we hope you enjoy. 

We recently posted one of his analyses about the 2001 film, Artificial Intelligencebeing a Transhumanist fairytale, but you can browse through his entire collection of articles by visiting his official website by clicking here

To follow Jay on Twitter click here.

To "Like" Jay's Analysis on Facebook click here.

Looking forward to sharing our interview tomorrow...this one is absolutely MIND BLOWING, so be sure to stay tuned!

Liberation Frequency Episode #2: Exploring Avatarism with Alexander Polinsky

We are pleased to share our Liberation Frequency podcast interview with Avatarism founder, Alexander Polinsky. 

In this interview, Jennifer Sodini, founder of, discusses the who/what/where/how to's with Alexander in regards to this ground-breaking/reality-changing open source game.

Alexander explains Avatarism as:

"Avatarism had it’s start at the Burning Man festival,  but it’s roots are deep in the ancient sanskrit idea of “Avatara.” Loosley translated it means gods inhabiting human bodies and walking the earth, but that is a narrow explanation. Avatarism is how a group of people, all over the world, seem to have developed or learned God-like or superhero-like confidence, the ability to accomplish their dreams and goals with ease, and the ability to live out their highly personal vision that they themselves have envisioned. Encouraging and supporting the individual honing of the will through focused play and persistence, and the upholding of others on the journey is at the heart of this movement. Avatarism encourages people to begin to design in great detail, new and carefully chosen skill sets, characteristics, goals, and aspects of themselves. As the game is played, the player crafts a new and richly  embodied personality and finds themselves permanently up-leveled. Seeking and embodying gurus, teachers, archetypes from history and fantasy may be involved; the warrior, the poet, the god Pan, Rainbow Bright, Batman, Buddha, Jesus, James Dean, Kermit The Frog, Kali, Tara, Tesla, Dr. Who, Conan the Barbarian, Albert Einstein, Leonardo Da Vinci, Leonardo DiCaprio and Leonardo the Ninja Turtle to name a few. 

The process of skill collection, archetype embodiment and the other ideas that comprise Avatarism don’t have to be taken seriously, but they are important. Avatarism is a dance towards personal excellence more than it is a march towards perfectionism. Avatarism is an open source game/philosophy for people attracted to radically changing themselves away from the current life/brain programs they may be running. We are, all of us, collections of moments and memories wet wired to a heart mind and body. You are not some stoic and frozen being unable to change!  It is your birthright to be changeable and modifiable. 

Avatarism is a great philosophical model for rebellious souls, hardcore gamers, fantasy players, festival goers, hopeless romantics, seekers of truth, lovers of beauty and anyone attracted to the idea that life is a game, meant to be played. The game of conscious character creation is easy to start and hard to stop, Simple to begin and hard to master. Think about how tough it is to change a habit or learn a complicated new skill. Usually people undertake to change themselves for a health reason or to learn a new skill to make more money. While playing the game may correct bad habits, and allow you the confidence to make more money Avatarism is not a means to an end. This game is a life-long pursuit in the direction of the betterment of self,  for the good of self and the rest of mankind. This game has no end. The ongoing goal is to consciously create a personally fermented culture of awesome, and never stop. (finish article here:"

To learn more about Avatarism, and to get your own character worksheet, be sure to like and visit the official Facebook page by clicking here.