Humanity’s Hardcore Intervention with Mark Passio — Abuse-Victim Cycle Explained

Excerpt from Mark Passio’s radio show “What On Earth Is Happening” Show #147
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Mark Passio is an independent researcher, public speaker, radio talk show host, conference organizer and freedom activist from Philadelphia, PA. Mark has undertaken the task of assembling vast amounts of research in the areas of metaphysics, occultism, spirituality, symbology and consciousness studies. In 2007, Mark began presenting this information in the form of a presentation series entitled What On Earth Is Happening, with the intention of bringing the implications of this body of knowledge to greater public awareness. Mark launched his own web site in 2008 at In 2010, Mark began hosting his own weekly internet radio show, also called What On Earth Is Happening, which continues today in the form of a podcast on Mark’s website. Mark is also one of the co-hosts of Free Your Mind, the Philadelphia-based conference on consciousness, mind control and the occult. Over the years, Mark has worked closely with activist groups in his area such as the Tesla Science Foundation, Truth, Freedom, Prosperity and Survive & Thrive Philadelphia. Mark’s latest endeavor is teaching an intensive seminar called Natural Law.

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  • TheNintation

    Thank you for opening more information to me, i have a question though. Everytime i try to talk about this to my parents one thinks i’m crazy and the other is just afraid of hearing this stuff. Do you have tips or anything that could maybe make them understand better?

  • richard salvator

    that maybe true for you backwoods diva (who couldn’t be troubled to be responded to directly) but some people don’t shut down from a few harshly spoken truths. or else no-one would be attending his seminars and he wouldn’t have gotten a chance to speak at a second one.

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