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This week, Dreamland continues its exploration of the treasure trove of Native American experience with our visitors. Dr. Ardy Sixkiller Clarke, professor emeritus at Montana State University, offers a collection of intimate narratives of encounters between Native Americans and people from other realities. Dr. Clarke and Whitley Strieber discuss some truly exceptional stories. Indians from all walks of life, ranging from people with advanced degrees to people who haven’t even got a cellphone, have had not only close encounters, but long relationships with the visitors, often going back generations.

If society is ever going to learn handle this experience, Indian knowledge is going to be one of the keys to how to do it. So listen up, and learn how people who have a long tradition of contact handle this challenging experience now.

Dr. Clarke’s website is

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  1. I bought this book back in
    I bought this book back in March and loved reading it so much.

  2. Her book is so good, I love
    Her book is so good, I love it. She has such a great background and has so many stories.

  3. Great interview. I
    Great interview. I respectfully suggest that you correct the spelling of Ardy Sixkiller’s name and her website. It is posted as Audie Sixkiller Clarke. But she says her name is Ardy Sixkiller. Thanks for taking care of business.

  4. Well, hmmm…I have had
    Well, hmmm…I have had numerous strange occurrences in my life, including some UFO encounters. I also walk the path between worlds at times.

    I figure I am my parent’s daughter, and have no reason to believe that anyone else was my father other than the man I called ‘Daddy’ until the day he died over 20 years ago.

    I did sit up and take notice about the story of the woman, and her father, who could not handle the cold. I am that way, and I actually feel great on hot days. When I lived in Southern California years ago, I felt cold nearly the whole time I lived there, while everyone else around me was bragging about the weather out there.

  5. Current Dreamland is not
    Current Dreamland is not loading or playing on my computer.

  6. Current Dreamland is not
    Current Dreamland is not loading or playing on my computer, either.
    518/13 5:46pm

  7. current dreamland isn’t
    current dreamland isn’t loading to my computer either.

  8. Finally got it to load up.
    Finally got it to load up.

  9. Finally got it to load up.
    Finally got it to load up.

  10. This Dreamland isn’t starting
    This Dreamland isn’t starting for me either. What’s up Whitley?

  11. Works fine now.
    Works fine now.

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