Gary Gianotti & Cort Lindahl

2 October 2014 App Feed NightVision Radio Podcast

An Exclusive Exposé on the newly Discovered Evidence on Rhode Island’s Newport Tower

Rhode Island's Newport TowerThursday, October, 2014 at 10:30 pm EDT, the resolute seeker of truth, René Barnett of NightVision Radio present new evidence on the original architects of the Rhode Island Newport Tower with geo-explorers Cort Lindahl and Gary Gianotti.


Gary Gianotti | Exclusive Exposé on Newport TowerGary Gianotti is a historian and archival researcher from the New England area specializing in American History, Shipwrecks, The American Revolution and Historic American Shipwrecks. Gary has received numerous awards and recognition for his research and information. His main areas of specialization are American History, Shipwrecks, The American Revolution and Historic American Shipwrecks. Gary sits on the board of several historical foundations.

Mr. Gianotti has also worked several prominate archaeological societies and associations. Through his research and work Mr. Gianotti has been able to provide information about several previously unknown historical events regarding the revolutionary war and early American history.


Cort Lindahl | Exclusive Exposé on Newport TowerCort Lindahl is a geomantic researcher and writer. His work can be found at Survivalcell.blogspot.com or the Survialcell channel on Youtube. He returns to Red Ice to discuss his new book, Axis Mundi. We’ll discuss how the ancients knew about geomancy and speculate on why important structures were built on specific ley lines, throughout various cultures. Then, Cort talks about his latest research, The Jefferson Ley Line. We’ll discuss Thomas Jefferson’s use of his home Poplar Forest as a veneration of the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem and its use as an Axis from which ley lines are generated.

Cort also talks about why the Georgia Guidestones were built and placed where they are and the true function of the octagonal Powder Magazine in Williamsburg, Virginia. Later, he shares an interesting perspective about the World Trade Center building as a talisman.