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Billy Carson and 4biddenknowledge TV: Bringing the Mysteries of the World to Families

Many people believe that it’s hard to find anything new about the world these days. Most countries have been mapped, so the exploration from centuries past seems to be over. We know everything there is to know – or do we? Billy Carson is one person who believes the world and our universe still have plenty to discover, and he created 4biddenknowledge TV to talk about those things and to arouse our curiosity.

“There is always more to learn,” Mr. Carson says. “The world is billions of years old, and the universe is vast. I want 4biddenknowledge TV to give us all a chance to be explorers and to know what has happened in our ancient past and to know what lies beyond planet Earth. It’s a great show for families because the topics we address are appropriate for anyone and stimulate great conversations.”

Mr. Carson says that as word about his network has gotten out, he has seen more people tuning in. “Regular TV has its place, of course, but some of its programs are not of a high quality. We all know that. With 4biddenknowledge TV, you get shows that are exciting but that challenge you intellectually. We’ve got the Egyptians, the Incas, Elon Musk in Africa – it’s a really diverse offering that appeals to all types of people.”

It takes a lot to run an online TV network that has such a vast range in topics, but Mr. Carson has been successful because of his strong work ethic. “I got that from my father, who decided when I was only a year old that I would write book reports each week,” he remembers. “Then, my parents required me to pay rent to live in the family home when I was twelve. I was also required to use my own money to pay for most of my daily needs.”

Far from regretting this time of his life, Mr. Carson is actually thankful for it. “It made me an innovator thinker and the entrepreneur I am today,” he explains. “It got me through some tough times, including when I needed new pants because they were too small.”

To solve the problem, Mr. Carson bought 79-cent packs of dye from the grocery store and bleached his pants before dyeing them to a different color. “The next day, I went to school wearing a different colored pair of pants. As far as everyone knew, I had at least three or four different colored pairs of pants every week. It was experiences like this that toughened me and gave me the mindset that I would provide for myself and solve my own problems.”

This self-reliance led to Mr. Carson selling newspaper subscriptions for the MiamiNews at the age of twelve, and he became the top newspaper subscription person. “I invested all of that money into electronics. At fourteen, I started an electronics company, and by fifteen, I was making more than my parents did. By sixteen, I had moved out of my parents’ house and had two cars and an apartment, and I still graduated from high school, all while running my own business.”

Since those early days, Mr. Carson has created a long list of achievements. He is the best-selling author of The Compendium Of The Emerald Tablets and Woke Doesn’t Mean Broke, the new financial bible. He runs a multi-million dollar company that is dedicated to helping people around the world. Mr. Carson is a host on dozens of shows pertaining to science, astrophysics, and ancient civilizations. He is also an expert host on Deep Space, a new original streaming series by Gaia that explores the Secret Space Program, revealing extraordinary technologies and their potential origins. Additionally, he serves as an expert host on Gaia’s original series, Ancient Civilizations, in which a team of renowned scholars deciphers the riddles of our origins and pieces together our forgotten history documented in monuments and texts around the world.

“I believe strongly in education, so I recently earned the Certificate of Science, with an emphasis on neuroscience, at M.I.T.,” he says. Mr. Carson is also using his passion for knowledge as CEO of First Class Space Agency, which is involved in research and development of alternative propulsion systems and zero-point energy devices.

Mr. Carson is glad that so many other people have a passion for learning.

“4biddenknowledge TV is finding its audience: people who want more from entertainment. They want to be challenged. They want to go to the far reaches of the globe and learn something new. It is an exciting time for the network. I can only see us growing from here and addressing more topics that intrigue our audience.”



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