Harvard Astronomer Avi Loeb joins Whitley to discuss his theory that Oumuamua, the first interstellar object to be detected moving through our solar system, could have been an extraterrestrial spacecraft. When the longest-serving chair of the Department of Astronomy at Harvard declared that he thought there was reason to believe
Sev Tok is a lifelong experiencer and spiritual counselor. In this exciting and inspirational show, she tells Mia Feroleto of her lifetime of contact and the methods of communication she has evolved. You can learn more about her on her website, PlanetSev.com To get her book, click here.
Judy Carroll describes herself as an ambassador for benevolent aliens who seek to help the people of Earth. Listen to her story as she tells it to Whitley, who listens with interest and a open mind. Judy’s message is about where mankind has been in history and where we are going. She is fearless in staking her claim to her role, and delivering a controversial message that she deeply believes to be true.
10 fast radio bursts have been detected in the past 15 years that all have the same unusual characteristic of an arrival delay close to a multiple of 187.5. There is no known natural process to explain this. Initially the bursts appeared to be coming from billions of light years away, far outside of our own galaxy. But recent analysis suggests that they may be coming from a group of objects in the Milky Way. Michael Hippke of the Institute for Data Analysis in Germany and John Learned at the University of Hawaii say that if the pattern is real, it is very hard to explain. There is a 5 in 10,000 probability that the line up is a coincidence. If it is a natural process, perhaps in some way involving pulsars, it is the result of a physics that we don’t yet understand.