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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!

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  1. Just a few minutes into this
    Just a few minutes into this interview and I rembered that this week for some reason, whilst channel hopping on the TV, I seemed to notice loads of haunted house investigation type programs, one of which I stopped on…don’t know why…and watched for a few minutes, which was contrary to my gut feelings I might add…anyway, I don’t know the real context but it seems a guy who was doing some kind of investigation in this reputedly haunted house had decided to sleep over night at this place…naturally(!). He was fast asleep on the hard wooden floor…but was then recorded on camera waking in absolute terror, shuffling to the corner of the room, apparently to get away from something. Later, he recounted that upon waking he had been terrified to see, what exactly in front of him?…bearing in mind his surroundings, a ghostly apparition perhaps?….no…an alien. There was nothing on camera but his reaction was real enough…anyway, I thought I would mention that, as Jeremy and Regan then started to talk along similar lines, regarding the apparent connection between aliens and the paranormal.

  2. Sherbert, that is
    Sherbert, that is fascinating! Although WE know not to be surprised by it.

    Jeremy, from the point of view of my perception: It is the “second” body itself that is vibrating. A literal back and forth like a guitar string. I’ve experienced this vibration at such a low frequency that it is the same kind of back and forth as swinging on a porch swing. I’ve also experienced the vibrating at such a high frequency that it is more like a humming or ringing. And everything in between. It seems as though YOU are vibrating, but only the second you that is not your physical body.

    Also, I have no memory of ever experiencing formless awareness. I usually perceive of a body, just like the body, though invisible and vibrating. Sometimes I am aware of both bodies at once. The still one laying in bed and the vibrating one floating through the room. Sometimes the vibrating body doesn’t leave the physical body, so I’m aware of two bodies overlapping, one still and one vibrating. Sometimes the vibrating body only partially leaves the still physical body.

    I have been out of body before, though rarely, with seemingly no vibration. My assumption was always that the vibration was such a high frequency as to be imperceptible.

    I’ve had a few partial kundalini experiences. I view them as partial because there seemed to always be a blockage in my head. During these kundalini experiences, among other things, it felt as though my spine was vibrating. A similar vibration to OBE though much more violently powerful. Coincidence?

    No doubt other people have experienced differently or would describe it differently. Some may have similar perceptions. I don’t know. But I do deeply believe that an OBE, and the vibratory state, is something that can be “achieved” by anyone through practice and dedication. But who am I to know for sure?

    I’m listening to the show now, thank you!

  3. It’s very difficult to mine
    It’s very difficult to mine any information from this interview. Regan was good at expressing her own bafflement and confusion with her experiences, but not at describing them with enough detail that we could either sincerely share her bafflement or perhaps provide some clarity. She says she’s trying to understand them better, and I believe her, but I also sense an unwillingness to open her experiences up fully to outside commentary. One thing that was obvious is that she’s concluded far more about her experiences than she expresses outright, and perhaps she fears that opening up her experiences to outside comment will challenge those conclusions and throw her back into a worse confusion, or confirm the worst of them which she is not ready to hear, but that looks to me to be rooted in a lack of self-confidence and a disbelief that anyone could really offer her anything truly beneficial.

    I apologize to Regan for being so critical, and perhaps I’ve got it all wrong, I share my thoughts freely and whether she considers them or throws them into the bin I’ll take no offense.

  4. Excellent interview Jeremy.
    Excellent interview Jeremy. Regan, I love your sense of humor and irreverence on this matter. Andy1111, interesting comments on energy and vibration. Trying to understand my own experiences related to energy and vibration are what has kept me coming back to Unknown country. From OBE’s as a child and as an adult, to a near death experience, seemingly spontaneous kundaline events, to encounters with spirit and ET, whatever the latter may be, there has always been extraordinary energy and vibration associated with them. In trying to understand what these are, why I have them, and why others do not, has led me to believe that there may be biological differences between us.

    Coincidentally this week I was sent a link to a Utube video from 2017 featuring MD, Dr Jerry Tenant, entitled Healing is Voltage, the Physics of Emotions. His presentation is to a group of physicists in relation to his and other researchers findings about electrical/voltage systems within the human body and appears to be a real paradigm shift in how we should be understanding the body. The presentation is about 45 minutes long but well worth listening to. Related to his presentation is one at the same conference by Eileen McKusick on energy systems within the body looking from the Eastern medicine perspective. It shows up on the Utube sidebar after Dr. Tennant’s presentation. Somehow, someday, with a little help from my friends, were are gonna figure this darn thing out. Even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in a while.

    Rick Man

  5. Jeremy, I have to take issue
    Jeremy, I have to take issue with you on the matter of hypnotic recall. One one hand you dismiss aspects of modern science and medicine, yet you quote a scientific study that refutes the validity of hypnotically recalled memories. You seem to want to dismiss the practice outright. I have heard about police using hypnosis with witnesses to help with recall. If the memory being recalled was so poor why would they use it? What happened to keeping the question open? Many of my strange and perplexing memories have been with me since a very early age and have been accumulated throughout life. I have never been hypnotized yet there have been certain events that brought things into focus. For example, in 1997 I saw the face on the cover of Transformation, whereupon I said, hey, that’s that face that keeps showing up in my dreams. I was totally unaware of who Whitley Strieber was or any of his writings and had only a passing interest in UFO’s. I had not the slightest interest in Sci-Fi or the supernatural. This event triggered a whole wave of memories, not all at once, but over a period of 2 years. Something odd that was occurring at the same time was that I had injured my dominant arm and as a result had to develop the use of the other. I would often do activities that were rather menial and involved repetitive boring tasks over a significant period of time. One of these was sanding wood for projects. As a result I would have to repeatedly switch between arms every few minutes, all the while zoned out in my own head space. Something strange would occur. I would have fragments of memories from my past, memories of dreams, and thoughts about things I was not sure were they were coming from. This would then lead to recalled memories throughout the following days. It was if the constant switching between the two sides of my body had opened up circuits in my brain that had been closed off and forgotten. At one time I had thought about being hypnotized to see what else I might recall but have not pursued it further and probably never will. I would say that we still have much to learn about memory, were it comes from, and what of it is real or imagined.
    Rick Man

  6. I thought this to be
    I thought this to be interesting……..

    “Edgar Cayce was talking about passing through the lower astral planes. This can be done by anyone, according to Cayce, if the proper “attunement” is made. Cayce also mentions that this is done by everyone when they fall asleep and enter the realm of dreams, only it is done subconsciously not consciously. It is a place where a particular desire has been overemphasized while in physical life. Because Edgar Cayce had approximately 14,000 of these experiences, it is very likely that Cayce holds the record for the number of near-death experiences in one lifetime.”

    “On other occasions, Cayce “felt himself to be a bubble traveling through water to arrive at the place where he always got the information” according to records in the A.R.E. library.”

    (Could the BUBBLE Cayce describes have been an ORB)?
    (The gray-hooded forms have also been experienced by other people).

    Here’s a verbatim account of Cayce’s waking description of his journey in the trance state, taken from comments he made at a public lecture:

    “I see myself as a tiny dot out of my physical body, which lies inert before me. I find myself oppressed by darkness and there is a feeling of terrific loneliness. Suddenly, I am conscious of a white beam of light, knowing that I must follow it or be lost.

    “As I move along this path of light I gradually become conscious of various levels upon which there is movement. Upon the first levels there are vague, horrible shapes, grotesque forms such as one sees in nightmares. Passing on, there begins to appear on either side misshapen forms of human beings with some part of the body magnified. Again there is change and I become conscious of gray-hooded forms moving downward. Gradually, these become lighter in color.

    Then the direction changes and these forms move upward and the color of the robes grows rapidly lighter. Next, there begins to appear on either side vague outlines of houses, walls, trees, etc., but everything is motionless. As I pass on, there is more light and movement in what appear to be normal cities and towns. With the growth of movement I become conscious of sounds, at first indistinct rumblings, then music, laughter, and singing of birds. There is more and more light, the colors become very beautiful, and there is the sound of wonderful music. The houses are left behind; ahead there is only a blending of sound and color. Quite suddenly I come upon a hall of records. It is a hall without walls, without ceiling, but I am conscious of seeing an old man who hands me a large book, a record of the individual for whom I seek information.”

    On other occasions, Cayce “felt himself to be a bubble traveling through water to arrive at the place where he always got the information” according to records in the A.R.E. library. In another instance, he “went up and up through a very large column”, passing by all the horrible things without coming in contact personally with them, and came out where there was the house of records. Cayce stated that as he ascended the column, there would be beings on either side of him calling out to him for help or trying to get his attention. Cayce knew that any deviation from the column and the beam of light would mean he would not be able to return to his body. It, the column, wound around on a wheel like the Rotarians have. Ultimately, Cayce felt very secure traveling that way.

  7. Thanks Carollee, very
    Thanks Carollee, very interesting, and I bet 14,001 was quite a trip…

  8. Wow Edgar Cayce seems to have
    Wow Edgar Cayce seems to have had even more prolific experiences than Bob Monroe. I see that he died in 1945. HOW did he do it?

    Also, I feel that there are a lot of subscribers who should be on the show. Unknown Country surely is sitting in a vast sea of collective experiences.

  9. Thanks for the info Carollee.
    Thanks for the info Carollee. Coincidentally I have been reading a book by Jess Stearn titled “Edgar Cayce the Sleeping Profit”.

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