Musical Truth with Mark Devlin- Conspiracy Theories and Unpopular Culture Podcast

Welcome back to! I’ve got another great episode of the Conspiracy Theories and Unpopular Culture podcast for you which will expand the universe of musical conspiracies and occult influences!

Today’s guest is a worldwide traveler and DJ who has been woken up to the big agenda and he’s been on a crusade to reveal the truth with his Good Vibrations podcast and The Sound of Freedom show.


His name is DJ Mark Devlin and he’s joining us to share his latest effort- a massive book that explores the conspiracies behind the music industry from start to finish!

Mark Devlin Musical Truth CTAUC Medium

You can stream the audio right here on (it will be further down below), on iTunesStitcher, or the IlluminatiWatcher1 YouTube channel (*subscribe while you’re there- I’m always dropping new videos):


You can connect with Mark on Twitter, and be sure to pick up his book Musical Truth on Amazon (*check out my review I posted while you’re on there):


Here’s the stream link for the episode:

Listen to “Musical Truth with Mark Devlin- Conspiracy Theories and Unpopular Culture Podcast” on Spreaker.


Thanks for listening and be sure to leave reviews on iTunes and Stitcher for the Conspiracy Theories and Unpopular Culture podcast!







Author: Isaac Weishaupt

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  2. NICE!! You did an amazing job w the interview with Mark!! I love your voice! Keep up the excellent job and I appreciate you SO MUCH!!!!!!

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  3. He mentions David Ikce and his year of enlightenment…he hasn’t done his research of him very well. David is the biggest shill going. Illuminati puppet of the highest order. Rest of the interview quite good though… Research!

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