12.7.7 : Jeremy Vaeni on BoA : Audio preview
NOTE :: Due to a hectic weekend, there's a very good chance that this week's audio will be delayed until Sunday afternoon / evening. Thanks for your patience.
THIS WEEK : Jeremy Vaeni, "Culture of Contact"
Prolific estoeric pundit Jeremy Vaeni joins BoA : Audio for a freewheeling hour and a half long interview. We'll be discussing the evolution of Jeremy's abduction experience, his theory on what the abductors are all about, his film "No One's Watching An Alien Abductee's Story", his entry into the field of esoterica and his take on Ufology from an abductee's point of view.
Plus we'll cover his trip to the X-Conference this past September, his book "I Know Why the Aliens Don't Land", disclosure, young people in Ufology, and policing the UFO world. In addition to all that, we have some laughs about angels, ass shots, and Alfred Webre's 911 theories. And, of course, tons more.
Jeremy's website is www.valiens.com
NEXT WEEK : Nick Pope, Former Head of the British MOD UFO Project
One of the most frequently requested guests over the last two years finally comes to BoA : Audio, as the venerable Nick Pope joins the program. In this conversation, we'll discuss a myriad of topics, including but not limited to: his role in investigating UFO reports for the Military of Defense, what's become of his post in the last few years, the unique circumstances to his meteoric rise to fame in esoteric and mainstream circles, how extensive his interraction was with US/UK UFO groups and other international officials during tenure as MOD UFO investigator, the 1993 Cosford incident, the UK UFO files, what became of the "best cases" that Nick investigated, the media firestorm surrounding his comments from last November, his thoughts on 911, Ufology v. Science, and tons and tons more.
Having heard countless interviews with Nick over the years, we aimed to bring some new questions and new points of view to the table. The result was an enlighting discussion on Ufology, including exploration of some of our favorite topics like the sociology of the UFO field and the international nature of UFO studies, amongst other heady topics.
His website is www.nickpope.net