Regan Lee has had numerous experiences that would commonly fall under the "alien abduction" umbrella. But are they that? Or is something far more unexplainable puncturing her life at intervals? Why is this happening at all? Let’s explore!
How do we define orbs? Does abduction hypnosis create a de facto hero’s journey? Do you right now exist as a whole entity broken up into dimensions, whose attention may only exist in one at a time? Is visitor phenomena really one waking oneself up to this?
What was supposed to be a roundtable discussion of past episodes becomes a free-for-all discussion that narrows in on the single most pressing question of all: What are we?
We’ve talked on this show about orbs of light, light balls that morph into beings of light, and fireballs that appear as harbingers of death. Now, we hear from Chris Brown who walks us through his personal orb encounters of a different kind in the small town of Sublimity, Oregon. The illustration is his depiction of what he saw during his experience. He had multiple witness encounters in 2011, and came away with some extraordinary memories. Listen as he and Jeremy Vaeni explore the details of this remarkable experience.
"It caught my eye at once: a huge glass dome behind the trees."
Since 1833, strange orbs of light have been sighted over the Texan town of Marfa.
Numerous explanations have been put forward to explain the yellow-orange glowing luminous objects but, to date, no viable cause has been determined.
The first recorded witness, Robert Reed Ellison, saw the lights one night whilst herding cattle near Mitchell Flat. He believed that he was seeing the lights made by camp fires in Apache Indian settlements, but on further investigation, he was unable to find evidence of any fires in the area.Other settlers confirmed that they often saw the lights, and Native American people living in the area were familiar with the lights and described them as "fallen stars."