Free Will, UFO, Keel, Shatner, Devils Den, DNA Alien, DNA Bigfoot, My Octopus Teacher, Credo Mutwa Insight and assorted Inspirations

“You know how sometimes you tell yourself that you have a choice, but really you don’t have a choice? Just because there are alternatives doesn’t mean they apply to you.” – Rick Yancey, The 5th Wave

All Things Bright and Unconventional

Free will exists. Scientific American. (Bernardo Kastrup, Book and website.)

Moonbeam – “Sunday’s so-called full “Worm moon” led to a high spring tide — about 18 inches (46 centimeters) above normal — on Monday, which eased the process of straightening out and dislodging the Ever Given container ship, according to NASA.” CNN.

With an assist from Uri Geller. JPost

Pandemic downtime in Canada = UFO sighting boom. Source.Chris Rutkowski with Ufology Research in Winnipeg says sightings of unidentified flying objects across the country increased by 46 per cent in 2020.” Follow Chris on his blog. Ufology Research.

Where Hobbits roamed. Suspected relationship to modern Humans. Gizmodo.

AI, Animals and Us. (2019)”Projects such as the Earth Species Project aim to put the tools of our time – particularly artificial intelligence, and all that we have learned in using computers to understand our own languages – to the awesome task of hearing what animals have to say to each other, and to us.” Wired.

William Shatner celebrates his 90th birthday by preserving his memories in an AI video file that will be made publicly available in May. CBR.

Ever Cool, John Keel. “I did a lot of things just because it was necessary at that time to do them. I suppose I had the soul of a hustler. But I didn’t have the kind of response that a hustler would get. I was not hustling per se. I was trying to go from point A to point B. And if there was a village of snake charmers in between, then I was spending time with the snake charmers.” High Times.

Alternate Perceptions Magazine publisher, Brent Raines has written a great book about John Keel, John A. Keel: The Man, The Myths, and the Ongoing Mysteries. Add a bonus to that. He shared his John Keel EVPs. Listen: Wendy’s Coffeehouse Link.

OBE Gem

Robert Peterson’s OBE Review: “I loved this book when I first read it, and I love it even more now. I give it 4 and a half stars. This book is a rare gem and well worth the money, if you can find a copy.” ($$) Explorations Out of the Body: A Beginner’s Roadmap to the Universe by Eddie Slasher.

Bob highlights:
1.“He experimented with using an OBE to do “mind control.” For example, he claims to have used an OBE to influence a HR (Human Resources) person to hire him for a job. He writes at length how this is pretty easy and could be abused in the future. He even gives instructions on how to do it, much like the “Jedi Mind Trick” from the Star Wars movies.

2. “In another fascinating experiment, writes about using his OBEs to inject himself into another person’s dream, and strangely, he had no control over that persons dream objects. Unlike his own dreams, he couldn’t simply dismiss the other person’s hallucinations. He even felt “trapped” by the hallucination and unable to get out.

3. “He talks a lot about using OBEs to time travel: to visit both the past (which he says is permanent) and the future (which he says is “probable” and can be changed.)”

Outstanding Film

Washington Post (Facebook) Oscar Spotlight: “My Octopus Teacher” captures filmmaker and naturalist Craig Foster as he follows a wild common octopus in a South Africa kelp forest.

Directors Pippa Ehrlich and James Reed join Ann Hornaday/Washington Post to discuss the film and its Academy Award nomination for best documentary feature. Facebook video.

Time Magazine interview with Craig Foster: “Foster cofounded The Sea Change Project in 2012. “The idea was to get this great African Sea Forest, the home of the octopus teacher, recognized as a global icon, like the Serengeti or the Great Barrier Reef.” He is hoping that the success of My Octopus Teacher, which was backed by his NGO, will effectively brand the sea forest in the popular consciousness. “You have to name a place in order for people to care about and protect it,” he says.”

The Sea Change Project on Facebook.

Terry Lovelace Interview – Devils Den: The Reckoning

When I interviewed Terry Lovelace for his first book, Incident at Devils Den, the story focused on the abduction, the aftermath and his personal experience working through that. He stuffed the drama, subdued the trauma – kept the journal.

Life continued without incorporating any reference to his close encounter until 2012. A medical procedure delivered a surprise development.

Terry discovered he had an alien implant. At that point, he decided to go public with his story. Surprise kids! Life forked onto a new path. Interview Book 1 link.

Devils Den: The Reckoning, Amazon

The bombshell reveal? Terry is a lifelong experiencer. He remembers contact from childhood. Devils Den: the Reckoning is the story of how contact started – including other relatives – and the ongoing relationship that continues.

Terry said the most astounding discovery at the outset was the huge reaction to the first book. He received 1500 email responses from people who wanted to share their experiences with him. He said he never imagined his story would trigger that kind of resonance.

Terry chose 30 stories from those contacts to include in the current book. Additional information and links at the back of the book also highlight resources for Experiencers.

The interview is posted on Wendy’s Coffeehouse on Audioboom. Link: WCH Terry Lovelace Book 2.

UFO Story Time

UFO Researcher Preston Dennett posted a video recently of 10 of the most unusual UFO stories. Includes a story from his brother Mark.

Preston Dennett’s channel on Youtube

Alien DNA

I usually read several books at a time. Shout out to George Knapp for the interview with Australian UFO Researcher Bill Chalker. I have included Hair of the Alien: DNA and Other Forensic Evidence of Alien Abduction, resonating with the powerful observations from Credo Mutwa. B. July 21, 1921, D. March 25, 2020

Regarding UFO Research: “Africa has been totally ignored by many arms of research in the western world and people like me can’t correct this great injustice and imbalance. There’s more to learn in Africa than in any other continent on earth.”

Regarding ET origin: “Here, we have an interesting phenomenon which I’ve been studying for years, of creatures which walk about with their hands unprotected and their faces unprotected, which means they breathe the same air we breathe, and for some reason are not afraid of the many microbes which could attack them.”

Regarding Experiencers: “Humanity is being the lamb of sacrifice to entities they don’t even believe exist… There are gray aliens! Illusions and dreams and hysteria do not leave stigmata upon the bodies of hundreds of men and women in remote parts of the world. No!”

Regarding Humanity: “The world is one, and the vastness of human experience in many possible fields is one.”  

Credo Mutwa Obituary: The Conversation.

Again, the source for those comments: Returning to Hair of the Alien: DNA and other Forensic Evidence of Alien Abduction.

Bigfoot DNA

Continuing to work my way through several other books for upcoming interviews. I am excited about the interview coming up this week with DVM, Dr. Melba Ketchum. (No book… yet.)

Dr. Ketchum says, not only does she have DNA evidence of Bigfoot, but there is more DNA evidence to reveal – in addition to Bigfoot. Details about the other evidence and her work in progress are in the interview.

What happens when you have DNA evidence of a thing that isn’t supposed to exist?

Frustration is the word that fits best. And in hearing her story, that is a complete understatement. But she has a plan going forward – and when the time is right – she says more will be revealed. Interview will post this week in Wendy’s Coffeehouse archives.

Fashion Statement

Parting Shot

Expect the unexpected. Plot Twist. Courtesy of Rex Chapman on Twitter.

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