In my previous blog post article, toward the end of it I began writing about the author, speaker, and AM Radio broadcaster William Cooper.
I am not going to repeat everything that I have already written about William Cooper recently, but I do need to emphasize to people who are not familiar with him, that though he may be labelled as a “conspiracy theorist”, that description is erroneous for several reasons.
The whole reason why William Cooper wrote his 1991 book, “Behold A Pale Horse”, and began speaking to audiences when invited to do so, was to share his knowledge. Not theories, but primarily his knowledge.
William Cooper’s father was a pilot and a Colonel in the Air Force. As a child, William Cooper was told and overheard many stories and events experienced by his father, other Air Force officers, and other pilots involving strange occurrences and phenomena.
When William Cooper was 18, he enlisted in the Air Force. He later enlisted in the Navy, was a river patrol boat Captain in Vietnam, a submariner, and he worked in the office of Naval Intelligence.
In William Cooper’s book, “Behold A Pale Horse”, he writes about his actual experiences, things he saw, things he learned, and things that he became aware of, these were Not Theories. It is frustrating that reporters and journalists are too stupid to know the difference between someone recollecting what they experienced, saw, learned, and became aware of, versus someone expressing a theory.
There are approximately 2,000 episodes of the AM radio broadcasts of “Hour Of The Time” that aired between 1993-2001 that have been archived in MP3 format, on the website http://hourofthetime.com/milton-william-cooper/
It is a little difficult to get to the archive page, so here this is http://hourofthetime.com/milton-william-bill-cooper-mp3-collection/ Once you click on this link, scroll down the page until you come to this:
The five Parts listed up above in red, I think that they are actually hyper-links, that you can click on right here to get to all of these individual episodes.
Before you go, please realize that these are recordings of actual AM radio broadcasts, so you will sometimes hear intro music, or station break music. When you read the titles of these individual radio broadcasts which were aired each week Monday through Friday, you will see that there was wide variety of topics that were discussed: politics, economics, philosophy, science, history, government, journalism, entertainment, religion, current events.
Update 10/11/20: A reader pointed out to me that you can actually download for free, the entire book “Behold A Pale Horse” in both PDF file format, and as an audio book. Here is the link to this page http://hourofthetime.com/behold-a-pale-horse-by-william-cooper/
Update 10/18/20: A reader left a comment stating that all of the links to the “Hour Of The Time” website and archives are leading to a website server error message. I don’t know how long the “Hour Of The Time” website will be down. I went searching for links to archive material provided by others, and here is a link to download the William Cooper book “Behold A Pale Horse” for free https://highlander.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/William-Cooper-Behold-a-Pale-Horse.pdf