Thomas-Fusco

This week on The Gralien Report Podcast, news that Jack the Ripper’s identity has finally been solved has had many folks saying “case closed,” but is it really all that cut and dry? Micah asks a few relevant questions, and expresses some worthwhile skepticism about whether we really have all the facts pertaining to the case.

Then we are joined by researcher and theorist Thomas Fusco, who returns to the program to discuss his ideas about space, time, and the cosmos. Thomas is a regular on the program, and his ideas about what may exist beyond the proverbial “Cosmic Veil” never fail to enlighten listeners (and hosts) alike.

For more info on Fusco’s work, and to purchase his book, click here to visit his site.

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Micah Hanks

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.

3 Replies to “9.10.14. Behind the Cosmic Veil on The Gralien Report

  1. I just have to point out that Thomas Fusco looks like the portrait of Seth painted by Robert Butts. yes, that Seth , channeled by Jane Roberts. Just look.

  2. As I was listening to Mr. Fusco’s exposition, more and more lines from the Tao Te Ching came to my mind. This book describes the Tao as being the predecessor of everything, undifferentiated, unchangeable, and self-sustained, which is a negation of time-space and physics. It also calls the abrupt apparition and disappearance of things (Paranormal?) as a manifestation of it. I wonder, maybe who we perceive as scientists today will be philosophers in two thousand years, and the philosophers of the past were the scientists of their Age…

  3. I must take exception to Thomas Fusco’s remark regarding Reptilians under your bed, and his allusion to Alex Jones. He has his conspirator theorists confused. Possibly he meant David Icke? Alex has never been one to talk about Aliens, including Reptilians. He has only said that many illuminate take DMT, and believe they are in contact with, “clock work elves”. He states he doesn’t believe in them himself, but he believes, that they believe. Personally, I think Thomas Fusco should apologize to Alex for that comment. If you like Alex or not, it isn’t fair to slander him like that. Thank you, Jan

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