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"The part we ignore…may contain the clue to the whole subject." ~ J. Allen Hynek

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January 2020

Going For It: Hypnosis

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Decades after our Orange Orb sighting, I’ve decided to go through regression, or hypnosis, to try and recover the missing parts of that event.

I’ve been in contact with someone locally who does this kind of work. It will be a few weeks until we even get started — she is booked out, and I am recovering from an extremely bad case of pneumonia. (Have never been this sick in my life.). I’m not sure how it works out with insurance and cost, but it’s a commitment I’ve made to myself.

My spouse, who was with me at the time of the sighting, is still on the fence about his own regression, but he is supportive of whatever I decide to do.

I realize it all may turn out to be nothing! That is almost as scary as finding out aliens were involved. What if it turns out I simply saw a big ol’ plasma ball that was no big deal, and we had missing time and weird dreams because we were just forgetful, impressionable people? Big Fortean egg on the face.  But then again, that doesn’t change all the weirdness that went before — decades before — or, after.

We shall see.

Synchronicity

Is it Synchronicity when Synchronicity  happens the next morning after listening to Hellior director Karl Pfeiffer discuss synchronicity on Coast to Coast? After listening to the program the other night, this happened:

For the past coupe of days I’d been thinking of someone I know who is … a very interesting person. She will drop out of sight for months; this time I think it’s been close to a year since I’ve seen her.  Woke up this morning and found a card from her on my porch. The card was a painting of archangel Gabriel.

Woven into this little sych thread is what she wrote to me on the card: that she had recently found some “ancient Kabbalah texts” and based on that she has changed her name to ensure a more positive flow of energy into her life. 

Naturally, I’ve been binging Hellior, and, wow. Excellent production — all kinds of creative talent working together presenting a professional program.  Really brings you in. 

I like many things about Hellior, but one of them is Dana Newkirk’s perspective, including using the tarot to get some insight into where the team is. I like her interpretation of the cards. Everyone has their own style; I like Dana’s basic, this is it style. No foo foo stuff.

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