Gaia: Netflix for Insane People (Dangerous Pseudoscience)

I found the streaming service called Gaia (formerly Gaiam tv) recently, and it’s basically Netflix for insane people. The pseudoscience it pushes includes alien encounters, Corey Goode”s and David Wilcock’s secret space program, government conspiracies, alternative medicine, energy healing, big foot, flat earth, holistic healing, ancient aliens, and much more. I’m actually surprised I didn’t come across more multi-level marketing and essential oil quackery. Take all their videos with a huge dose of skepticism.

I still have a headache from Cosmic Disclosure and Ancient Origins.

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