Dec 7, 2008

12.7.7: Gian Quasar (p.1) on BoA:Audio :: Preview

This week's episode will be posted Monday evening.
Sorry for the slight delay.

THIS WEEK: Gian Quasar (Part 1 of 2), Into the Bermuda Triangle,

In our first two part episode of Season IV, BoA:Audio heads to previously uncharted waters (on our program) and an area of mystery once huge in esoterica but now relegated to the peripheral ... the Bermuda Triangle. Our guest will be Gian Quasar, author of the outstanding book Into the Bermuda Triangle, which reinvigorated the Triangle mystery after a decades long spell which saw fading interest in the longstanding esoteric mystery.

In the first installment of our interview, we'll discuss the history of the Triangle, both as a phenomenon and as an enigma of public interest. We'll also discuss some of the most famous (and infamous) Triangle disappearances, like the Carol A. Doerring case, Flight 19, Christopher Columbus' Triangle experiences, the Ellen Austin story, the tale of the USS Cyclops, and many others. In Part One, we'll also cover the government's take on the Triangle, Gian's arguments against the various Triangle explanations put forth by debunkers, and disappearance flaps in the Triangle, including the "December Hex."

It's a richly detailed edition of the program unearthing one of esoterica's "lost" mysteries: the Bermuda Triangle.


NEXT WEEK: Gian Quasar (Part 2 of 2), Into the Bermuda Triangle,

The concluding half of our conversation with Gian Quasar begins by covering our greatest source of Triangle information: those who have entered its domain, had bizarre experiences, and lived to tell the tale. Gian shares a number of fascinating and terrifying stories of Triangle near-misses. We'll discuss the infamous electric fog which is a telltale sign of Triangle troubles, the Devil's Triangle of the South China Sea, the Great Lakes Triangle, tangential esoteric elements that have been tied to the Triangle such as the Atlantic Ridge & the theories of worldwide catastrophe around 4000 BC. We'll cover the Bimini Road, Edgar Cayce's Atlantis predictions, the Indian vimanas, Martian and Lunar anomalies, and the dreaded three letter word: UFO.

Plus, if it's possible to study the Triangle, the long term positive byproduct of the Triangle disappearances, Gian's role in the resurgance of Triangle popularity, the origins of Gian's unique name, and his impending book on Bigfoot. Plus, as always, tons and tons more. It's another jam packed edition of BoA:Audio which emerge from the fog that is the Bermuda Triangle.


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