This week we look at the system used to classify UFOs by J. Allen Hynek, science advisor to the USAF’s Project Blue Book, and some of the most unusual UFO incidents it investigated.
This week we look at the UFO experience relating to shamanism, dreams, ancestral worship, and other traditions with guest blogger Red Pill Junkie.
On this edition of the podcast, we look back on news of 2019 and the last decade, along with futuristic potentials for 2020 and the decade to come.
This week we examine theories about UFOs and their origins, from the popular “extraterrestrial hypothesis” to alternatives that include psychological and social concepts.
A CIA document from 1952 details a very unusual sighting of a pair of “fiery” objects seen over uranium mines in the southern part of the Belgian Congo.
This week, we devote a lengthy discussion to the famous Patterson Gimlin film of 1967, which purportedly depicts a female sasquatch walking near Bluff Creek, California.
This week we examine recent controversial statements made by U.S. politicians in relation to UFOs, which includes an alleged “briefing” that occurred with President Donald Trump.
This week we are joined by Dr. Robert E. Bartholomew, whose background in sociology presents a balanced, rational approach to understanding the human side of the unexplained.
This week on The Gralien Report, we look at the recent announcement by Tom DeLonge about UFOs, disclosure, and his new multimedia group, To The Stars Academy.
This week on The Gralien Report, we look at cases where police dispatch recordings document law enforcement encounters with UFOs.
In the future, many of the issues that present humanity with complex problems today, such as disease and hereditary conditions that lessen the quality and […]
Recently, I’ve begun posting short commentaries on esoterica and the paranormal at the fabulous website Mysterious Universe, based out of the very beautiful Land Down […]
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