Did host Jeremy Vaeni predict the surprising Kilauea volcanic eruption that ran from May to August 2018, back in August of 2014? Maybe he did; maybe he didn’t. The importance of this uncertainty springboards us into a vast discussion of ethics concerning those of us having transcendental experiences, including Visitor phenomena.
Is it time for experiencers to lose the title, because we’ve already lost the plot? What does that question mean? We’ll get to it. But first, let’s answer some subscriber questions and comments!
This week’s episode is a solo show that asks the question–and really does keep it a question–Do experiencers have a responsibility in how they articulate the phenomena happening in their lives, or even in what they present that could affect others?
Using his latest high strangeness experience as a leaping off point, Jeremy Vaeni takes us into the question of whether or not experiencers are fantasy prone. He concludes that, in large part, they are.