Both subscribers and nonsubscribers get to listen to the full, uninterrupted version of this important program as Whitley and futurist Daniel Pinchbeck discuss the changes that are unfolding all around us, from the rise of dictators and demagogues to the unexpected intensity of climate change.
Trish and Rob MacGregor return with Beyond Strange—reports of extreme high strangeness that are well documented and often involve trained observers.
Dreamland is about exploring the credible edge of strangeness and this show fits the bill in spades. The reason is that, DURING THE SHOW, Trish and Rob and Whitley realize that one of the phenomena they are talking about occurs all over the world but has never been understood before as a unique high strangeness phenomenon.
Long-time UFO researcher Grant Cameron joins Whitley for one of the most revealing discussion of UFO disclosure we have ever presented. You are going to hear an intimate and completely unexpected conversation about disclosure between two people who appear to know much, much more about what’s going on than expected.
After his astonishing show about Skara Brae, Laird Scranton returns with another breathtaking performance, this time showing how carvings found at Gobekli Tepe relates to imagery that appears 6,000 years later in Egypt, and—incredibly—in modern times among the Dogon people of Africa.
Graham Hancock says, “Point of Origin is not a book about Gobekli Tepe, but it sets that mysterious Anatolian hilltop sanctuary into a matrix of interconnected mysteries from all around the world in a way that is both fascinating and thought-provoking.”