Jun 7, 2009

6.7.9: Clas Svahn on BoA:Audio

This episode will be posted on Tuesday afternoon. Stay tuned to the BoA Twitter feed for ongoing details.

THIS WEEK: Clas Svahn, Swedish Ufology, ufo.se/english

BoA:Audio once again goes global as we welcome Clas Svahn, head of UFO Sweden, for his first-ever American radio interview. We'll be discussing, in amazing detail, the world of Swedish Ufology. We'll find out about some of the key UFO cases in Sweden's rich history such as the 1808 mass UFO sighting, the 1933 phantom lights flap, the famous Gosta Karlsson case, the ghost lights of 1946, the 1958 Domsten close encounter case, Project Argus of the 1970's, the 1984 Minsk case, the 1999 UFO "crash" in Sweden, and many others. Clas will also give us his first hand perspective on the birth & evolution of UFO studies in Sweden, including how Sweden was a major player in the very early days of the modern UFO phenomenon, the reaction of the Swedish military and government to UFOs, how the media coverage of the phenomenon has changed over the years, and what the everyday Swede thinks of UFOs.

Of the many international editions of BoA:Audio, this one surely will rank among the very best. Clas Svahn showcases the world of UFOs in Sweden, a country who's contributions to the history of Ufology have been all-too-often overlooked.


NEXT WEEK: Marie Jones & Larry Flaxman, 11:11 The Time Prompt Phenomenon, www.paraexplorers.com

Longtime friends of the program, Marie Jones & Larry Flaxman, return to the show for a raucous edition of BoA:Audio. We'll be discussing the 11:11 phenomenon and the esoteric elements of numbers in general. A sampling of such numerically themed topics include the 23 enigma, the odd popularity of 666 in China, and the remarkable number of religious connections with the number 3. We'll also cover the Pythagoreans, Information Theory, Littlewood's "law" about miracles & numbers, the strange Lincoln/Kennedy connections, synchronicities, and much much more.

The dynamic duo let their hair down and really cut loose during this fast-paced, laughter-filled, and esoterically-rich edition of BoA:Audio that you do not want to miss.


Anonymous Andy Carolan said...

Really looking forward to this episode! - sounds really good :)

Nice work as usual Tim!

1:27 PM  

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