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This week on The Micah Hanks Program, we celebrate a belated Groundhog Day, and the peculiar annual tradition about an immortal groundhog who can predict the future, along with what scientists have revealed about a 3000-year-old mummy that has people talking (including the mummy). We then shift our attention over to the topic of magnetic pole reversals, and the “dark side” of Wikipedia, one of the most popular websites on the Internet. The site’s editors have a bias… but what does that mean for the study of topics like UFOs?
Then later in the program we are joined by Red Pill Junkie, a Mexico City-based blogger and commentator on topics like UFOs, as well as traditional indigenous spiritual practices. Few would consider (particularly in the Western world) that there might be some continuity between topics like UFOs and shamanism, but many scholars–psychologists in particular–that have studied both experiences have noted many remarkable parallels. We discuss this with Red Pill Junkie, along with his interactions with the director of the film Witness of Another World, which examines these in the context of one of Latin America’s most controversial UFO cases.
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Below are links to stories and other content featured in this episode:
- Punxsutawney Phil Says ‘Early Spring.’ Here’s What Actual Weather Forecasters Say
- Listen to the Recreated Voice of a 3,000-Year-Old Egyptian Mummy
- The Dark Side of Wikipedia
- Absurd by Design: The Official Website of Red Pill Junkie
- Follow Red Pill Junkie on Twitter
- RPJ On ‘Witness of Another World: Interviewing Alan Stivelman
- Witness of Another World Official Site
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Music featured on The Micah Hanks Program includes songs composed by Caleb Hanks (The Clerk Chronicles), Decepticons (Dreamland, Start the Machine) and Micah Hanks. All songs are either in the public domain, Royalty Free, Creative Commons Attribution 3.0, or are used with permission of the creators.by