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The Outer Limits Of Inner Truth


Welcome To The World’s Only Show About Forensic Soul Analysis

My name is Ryan McCormick, Host & Executive Producer of the Outer Limits of Inner Truth. Our show is about introspection and exploring consciousness in a fun way.

If Science & Mysticism got married OLIT would be their child. Our show premiered on February 2014 and within a few short months, was picked up for national syndication on Starcom Radio Networks and is now heard on over 40 AM stations nationwide. 

Thank you so much for listening to our program.

 

Jan 31, 2016

The Outer Limits of Inner Truth proudly presents the first ever metaphysical analysis on legendary comedian George Carlin. It features an interview with Carlin’s daughter Kelly who shares some of her fondest memories about her Dad. The show also features interviews with Comedy Historians, Psychologists, and Metaphysical Teachers. Guest Line Up (In Order of Appearance) 04:00 – Kelly Carlin 15:00 – Bill Kinison 21:00 – Jim Mendrinos (Comedian & Writer) 32:00 – Jim Serpico (Founder of Apostle Productions & Comedy TV Producer) 38:00 – Chris Mazilli (Owner of Gotham Comedy Club NYC) 41:00 – Jeffrey Gurian (Comedy Writer & Performer) 45:00 – Jeff Haarman (Filmmaker) 51:00 – Dr. Frieda Birnbaum (Psychologist) 55:00 – Psychic Medium Kerrie O’Connor 1:13:00 – Astrologer Constance Stellas 1:26:00 – Energy Healer & Metaphysical Teacher Jeff Casper 1:31:00 – Psychic Medium Lisa Caza George Carlin was born on May 12, 1937, in the Bronx, New York. After dropping out of high school and enlisting in the Air Force, Carlin began taking radio jobs, eventually (with partner Jack Burns) attracting the attention of Lenny Bruce, who helped get them appearances on The Tonight Show with Jack Paar. Carlin went on to become a popular stand-up comedian, author, and film and television actor. In 2004, he placed second behind Richard Pryor on Comedy Central’s list of “Top 100 Comics of All Time.” On June 17, 2008, just five days before his death, it was announced that he was being awarded the 11th annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.