King David’s Granddaughter and the Shapeshifting Lizard People

The title says it all, really. The devil, lizard people, the New World Order, and a rare personal story of an encounter with the subject of our episode. It’s Sherry Shriner time–the episode I’ve put off forever!

One of her many websites

Tim Binnall reviews Ms. Shriner’s appearance on the Jeff Rense Program

And a quick addendum:



  1. Aaron, I know you may be a bit biased due to having once been in Sherrie’s crosshairs, but do you find yourself sometimes admiring the intricacy and brazenness of certain conspiracy theories, from a strictly aesthetic point of view? I found the audacity, outlandishness, and synthetic breadth of Ms. Shriner’s world-view as hilariously magnificent!

    You were obviously correct in backing down after her threat as she probably could have sicced one or more of her believers on you. Though you had still better hope that she REALLY ISN’T The Daughter of God! lol

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  2. Great stuff, as usual!
    Howsabout a two part Cecil B. Demill-esque episode with a cast of thousands on the Italian Friendship Case?!?!


  3. Thanks to turning me on to “The Devil You Know,” season 2, I will be re-listening to one of your episodes, this one, for the first time.

    Yes, I’m ashamed for not re-listening to The Saucer Life on a regular basis. 😳

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  4. So, I’ve finished two episodes of “Devil” so far. Two questions. (Btw, because of the docu-series, a follow-up treatment by The Saucer Life may be desirable.)

    1. What was Sherry Shriner’s primary source of income? The sale of orgone plus donations?

    2. What was her version of orgone (completely different from Reich’s) made out of?

    It appears that her sites are only accessible via the Wayback Machine at this time.


  5. Update: I’ve grown tired of the documentary. It seems slightly cowardly to do an “expose” of a dead so-called cult leader, especially since, unless I’m mistaken, she had never been indicted for anything. And as for being a “cult leader,” she didn’t fit the bill according to my criteria. Specifically, none of her followers were under her control in any concrete way, and they all had full 24/7 access to alternative sources of information. I also haven’t heard mention of her actually ordering, or even suggesting, that someone should murder anyone, while the second case covered was a suicide. Yeah, Sherry spouted nonsense, but I haven’t heard where she advocated suicide as a means of ascension, a la Heavens Gate.

    As someone who was confronted by her directly, what’s your opinion of the documentary? Is there more to it directly pointing to wrongdoing by Shriner, over and beyond run of the mill UFO/demonology chicanery?


    • I have mixed feelings on the doc–I think it spent too little time discussing her actual beliefs and the pacing seemed poor. I think we gave up before the end of the last episode. As to whether or not we can consider her a cult leader, that’s a tricky question. She was very careful to distance herself from anything her “followers” did, I think. and as to whether an internet cult is the same as a physical cult with a compound any everything… I’m not sure!


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