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Let’s take a break from high intensity Dreamlands and go on a road trip this week. But—whoa—it’s with Nick Redfern, and isn’t he, well, a monster hunter? He is indeed, and fasten your seatbelts, it’s gonna be a bumpy ride as we traverse the narrow mountain roads of Puerto Rico in search of the legendary goat-sucker.

Whitley Strieber starts out a nonbeliever, but listen to how his tone changes as Nick piles on the evidence with story after disturbing story. Then, in the second half of the program, they get into the possibility that something really ominous and really strange could be happening. Prepare to be chilled to the bone when you hear them start discussing the “warning to the world.”

So, Happy Thanksgiving! (Don’t listen to this show after your turkey, you’re gonna want to run like hell, and the tryptophan will slow you down.)

Go on the road trip here. Visit Nick Redfern in his lair here.

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  1. I’m glad Nick still studies
    I’m glad Nick still studies the Loch Ness monster, and Whitley also understands the bigger (other) picture. Here’s some lyrics from The Police:

    “Synchronicity II”

    Another suburban family morning.
    Grandmother screaming at the wall (world?).

    We have to shout above the din of our Rice Crispies
    We can’t hear anything at all.
    Mother chants her litany of boredom and frustration,
    But we know all her suicides are fake.

    Daddy only stares into the distance
    There’s only so much more that he can take.
    Many miles away something crawls from the slime
    At the bottom of a dark Scottish lake…

    1. Cyan_Aura: my interpretation
      Cyan_Aura: my interpretation of these Police songs, “Synchronicity 1 and 2” is this…

      1. Synchronicity 1 is a spiritual version of Earth, where beauty is ubiquitous and extreme. We have fully evolved to embrace the presence of the visitors, and we know and appreciate them.

      2. Synchronicity 2 is a dystopian version: a drab, dreadful existence. Yet, in such a world, it may become so broken down that the paranormal can easily enter from the outside. Is this an allegory for our relationship with the visitors? Perhaps. The Seal must eventually be broken (which reminds me of Gannondorf from Zelda, btw).

      Either way, the paranormal is going to break the barrier, it is just a matter of time….

      That’s my opinion on those songs.

  2. I found the parts concerning
    I found the parts concerning MultiEarths (my own term) particularly compelling. Multiplanet is another possible term. Exoplanets refer to other planets in general, but I don’t believe there is an accepted term for a multiverse duplicate of our Earth.

    Frankly, there has to be a better term. Suggestions, anyone?

    1. Hey Mace, you’re right. That
      Hey Mace, you’re right. That is why gravity requires ten dimensions to exist. ‘Dark Matter’ is bullsh*t. Physicists just cannot see what is right in front of their eyes. Yes, there are other Earths right here and we can detect them by their gravity, does that make sense?

      1. It would be interesting to
        It would be interesting to try and calculate how many MultiEarths there are in our vicinity, based on the strength of “dark matter”. They may be just inches away from us. As for dark matter being fictional, I don’t know. There are other possibilities.

        It is possible that Earths draw strength from other Earths, essentially relying on them for cohesion.

  3. hey mace, how about
    hey mace, how about universes. since that is what contains our planets. think of eggs in a carton, the carton being the universe.

    1. Yes, there may be
      Yes, there may be multiuniverses. But MultiEarths refer to the “clone” or duplicate Earths that may exist in the general vicinity of OUR Earth.

  4. yes cyan_aura it does.
    yes cyan_aura it does. detection by gravity is an interesting idea. with the weightlessness of outer space it should make earths gravitational pull even easier to see.

  5. Whitley, “The Path of the
    Whitley, “The Path of the Tarot, Part 4” is excellent. I believe it is of vital importance to identify and change those things within ourselves that are negative in nature and hurtful to others.

    I like the statement below because it gives me the feeling that as long as we do our best/the best we know to do, it MIGHT be all we need to do. (I did say MIGHT).
    …..It is important to distinguish this from the Christian view of judgment. The ancient Egyptians were a pragmatic people. A person was not expected to be perfect, just balanced. An example of this is the “negative confession” (in which the deceased listed all of the evil things he had not done during his lifetime, i.e. “I never murdered anyone”) which indicates that it was more a case of convincing Osiris that you deserved admission rather than passively awaiting judgment…..

  6. @Mace, how about
    @Mace, how about ‘Alternearths’ 🙂

  7. Hey, that’s pretty good. 🙂
    Hey, that’s pretty good. 🙂

  8. Guys, we need new
    Guys, we need new subscribers! Can you help? This is a great site and a great community, but there has been seasonal falloff. Autumn means that people don’t update their credit cards because they’re too busy to read email. Then later they forget.

    What you can do is talk about UC and the subscriber area on social media and with friends. This project is worth preserving!

  9. Who’s Behind The Door

    Who’s Behind The Door

    By Zebra

    We sailed away
    We walked 2 thousand miles
    And then we slipped away
    We looked so hard
    But couldn’t seem to find just what
    The world was for
    Now we know
    Just what the journey’s for

    Looking out to the stars
    Think about what you are
    What do they think of you
    Animals in their zoo
    They haven’t got the time
    Landing’s not on their minds
    How do they have the nerve
    We’re animals in preserve

    They watch us all
    They’re only making sure that we
    Don’t trip and fall
    Now they look so hard
    But they can’t tell us why they’re
    Here and just what for
    Because they don’t know
    Who opened up the door

    How can we find out more
    Who owns the keyless door
    Where does the circle end
    Who are the unwatched men
    Where do we go from here
    Faith is a fading fear
    Life is a waiting room
    I hope they don’t call me soon

    How much more do you really
    Think you know than a flower
    Does about who’s behind the door!

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