The Cold War as an Aberration of History [A Symposium in 5 Acts]

Between November 28 and December 26, the Rising Tide Foundation is hosting a symposium of 5 lectures featuring different stories from the Cold War. Each story zeroes in on the artificial causes of this dark period in world history that never should have happened and how great men and women who understood how to break…

The Cosmology of the Electric Universe (RTF Lecture with Dr. Michael Clarage)

What if everything you’ve been told about biology, cosmology, and microphysics is wrong? In this Rising Tide Foundation lecture, Dr. Michael Clarage introduces the electrical model of the universe by exploring solar systems, galaxies, supernova and other celestial phenomena without the baggage of assuming there are such entities of “black holes”, “dark matter”, or “empty…

From Trance to Transcendence: Lessons for Saving a Dying Republic

In this Rising Tide Foundation presentation, David Gosselin (editor of the New Lyre and Chained Muse Poetry journals) expands upon the thesis of breaking the spell of mass hypnosis which has been used by social engineers over the course of several generations to induce western civilization to abandon its moral traditions while walking into an…

Australia’s great historical Promethean leaders

Amidst our turbulent times as nations representing western civilization demonstrate a level of insanity and criminal incompetence unseen in human history, it is important to review past examples with a critical eye. Did nations like Canada, the USA, Europe or Australia achieve their levels of technological progress over the past century by following modern standards…

Who Benefits from Africa’s Poverty?

In this Rising Tide Foundation lecture, Africa Agenda editor in chief PD Lawton takes you through a definitive history of Africa with a look to the future. PD introduces ancient African renaissance traditions that have long been suppressed by colonial powers since the 19th century and takes the viewer through the calamitous 20th century with…

Lincoln vs the Money Power

On Sunday September 18, 2022, The Rising Tide Foundation hosted a lecture featuring legendary historian and Anton Chaitkin who spoke to a live audience on the topic of Lincoln vs. the Money Power. This presentation centered on the February 1862 Legal Tender Act which gave rise to the powerful greenback system; plus an exploration of…

Ulysses Grant: America’s Greatest General and Most Underrated President

It is often taken for granted that the United States of America has survived the many existential crises thrown onto its path since 1776. On more than several occasions, the world’s first republican nation state came close to the brink of dissolution and besides our current tumultuous age, no period in history saw that threat…

Clash of the Two Americas: Ellen Brown Interviews Matt Ehret

Legendary economist and lawyer Ellen Brown (President of the Public Banking Institute) took some time to discuss the new book The Clash of the Two Americas vol. 1: The Unfinished Symphony with Matthew Ehret. This conversation moves through many side topics, from public banking, history, principles of science, creativity and even the fraud of artificial intelligence. To…

Bandung (Asian-African) Conference- The Voice of the People

This week’s Rising Tide Foundation lecture featured Cynthia Chung’s brilliant elaboration of a major historic fight that occurred amidst the heat of the Cold War in Bandung, Indonesia. This conference saw world leaders from the emerging non-aligned movement, and global south, featuring Pan African, Pan Arab and other anti-colonial forces who stood in defiance to…