This week on The Gralien Report, Micah is fresh back from California, where he was a speaker and emcee at the Space and Alien SnowFest, held by Trevor Potter in Big Bear Lake, California. The weekend was rife with synchronicity, as the adventure began with Micah and Stanton Friedman taking a road trip together through California’s beautiful scenery. We’ll look at a few highlights from the event, as well as some of the unique encounters that occurred along the way.

We also take a look at a story involving an alleged “spire” or tower on the lunar surface… Micah tells his own story about an investigation of such a case, which also involved a former NASA engineer and his unique UFO sighting in North Carolina. Then, we take a look at the evidence for this latest claim (and the highly dubious source of the “verification” of it). Our friend Lee Spiegel of the Huffington Post gives us the complete breakdown on the story, which leaves little to the imagination about a supposed “UFO landing pad” on the lunar surface.

Then in hour two, after getting to a few emails from the listeners, we turn our attention to the idea of past lives and reincarnation. How many people, particularly at an early age, actually seem to display evidence of memories from past lives? Could the evidence truly suggest that past lives are a common feature of the human experience, although the memories are lost as one grows older?

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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

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