I’ve just learned of the sad passing of Jordan Maxwell. What a great man he was. I last spoke with him a few months ago, to arrange for him to come back on the radio with me. He sounded frail and said that he hadn’t been well.
I first met him in late 2010, when I was presenting an evening show for Talk Radio Europe. I knew next to nothing about the occult or symbolism, so I invited him to come and do a show with me. We hit it off immediately.
Jordan came on regularly after that first show. He was incredibly generous with his time and always patient with my MSM style probing. I would jump in often and say things like “sure nobody would believe that Jordan, that’s crazy!” Or, “Where’s the evidence man?!?”
However, I would then back off and listen to his answers. He told me that he loved it, the robust nature of those early chats. Later, as I came to understand a little more of the subject, I’d ease off on the interruptions and just listen. I’m glad I did. What an education it was.
He opened my eyes to the world of secret societies, ancient and modern and the part they continue to play in manipulating global events. He taught me and my listeners about maritime law, common law, the power of words and images, the supernatural and much more.
He was always available and never asked for anything in return for giving so much of his time.
I never met him, although I did invite him to come and visit us a few years back. I planned to book a venue so that Jordan could deliver a lecture. The ticket sales would’ve covered the cost of the trip. Obviously, it never happened. How I wish it had.
I’ll leave plenty of room for your tributes to Jordan on this evening’s show. I offer my sincere condolences to his family, friends and legions of readers and followers around the world.
I loved him and I’ll miss him.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.