This week on The Gralien Report Podcast, what exists beyond the reach of the human senses? Will technology soon afford us the ability not only to read the mind, but perhaps to read the future, and will such innovations even help us learn about the potential for there being an afterlife? And then what about other life forms… do our pets experience NDEs, like some people claim they have? And at what point do such questions spill over into the realm of other intelligences in our universe, and how we may eventually make contact with them?

Then during hour two, our guest, the Reverend Michael J.S. Carter, says that he has had contact with other intelligences in our universe, which he feels show us that mankind has had a long history of contact with extraterrestrial beings. In discussing his book, Alien Scriptures: Extraterrestrials in the Holy Bible, an interesting conversation ensues, which questions both individual faith, as well as mankind’s position in the universe.

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Author: Micah Hanks

Micah Hanks is a writer, researcher, and podcaster. His interests include areas of history, science, archaeology, philosophy, and the study of anomalous phenomena in nature. He can be reached at info@micahhanks.com.

One Reply to “The Gralien Report Podcast for April 29, 2014”

  1. A couple of Dr the Reverend’s points, at least in the form presented in the interview, are not indicative of anything. Why would constellations Orion, Pleiades, Great Bear and so on be astonishing? Those are some of the most easily recognizable and striking collections of stars in the night sky, very easily discerned by the unaided human eye. Howev2r, if this was just a gloss and the detailednhandling talks about planetary systems in those constellations, then the matter is much stronger support for technological intervention.

    Also the matter of humans looking small as grasshoppers. Big deal. Climb a good-sized mountain with a steep edge and look down. Your friends at the foot of the cliff will look tiny indeed. No need for aerial vehicles or spacecraft, given that there certainlynis no dearth of steep cliffs in the Holy Land.

    In most other rspects, Dr the Reverend Carter does raise interesting points, and his enthusiasm is indeed contagious. Thanks to you both for tjis interview.

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