Tuesday, September 30, 2014

audio conversation with Andy Colvin (with a focus on John Keel)


The late John Keel speaking in 1992

This interview was recorded over a year ago. I am embarrassed to say that it just sat on my computer until today. Right after we recorded it, some life stuff came up, and I lost track of it.

This conversation was to promote the book Flying Saucer to the Center of Your Mind, a collection of magazine articles and lectures by, John Keel, the man many consider to be not only the 20th Century’s premiere Fortean investigator.

  one-click audio download HERE  

Keel shreds most of the sacred-cow beliefs still held by many in ufological and “cryptozoological” circles today, and presents theories so radical that they are only now becoming accepted, including the interdimensional thesis, the breakaway civilization, the possible role of ancient aliens in human history, the hallucinatory nature of many alien encounters and the role of spy agencies in paranormal research.



Listen to Andy's previous interview from 2010, HERE.

Here is a good article from Andy's LowFi, The Genesis of the 11:11 Meme.

Some music from Andy's band, The Interdimensional Vortex League

And, a vivid dream I had featuring John Keel, HERE.
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4 comments:

Regan Lee said...

Looking forward to listening to this Mike -- linked at Mothman Flutterings.

Anonymous said...

I love Mary Rodwell. She is such a beacon of light in the dark night of the abduction enigma. If her 'purpose' is to support and reassure the affected, she is doing a great job.

Anonymous said...

Hi Mike, can you please interview Ken Bakeman who wrote "The Verges–A Chronicle of Alien Encounters" ?

His experiences go beyond high strangeness ann so most would dismiss him, but he's quite articulate and interesting.

The only interviews I can find are terrible audio quality and the hosts dont ask the right questions.



Thanks,
Gavin

Red Pill Junkie said...

Hmm. I just listened to this. Very enjoyable, even though I don't happen to agree with everything Colvin says.

Though I do agree Keel seems to have tapped into something; maybe it became to overwhelming for him, which is why he chose to distance himself from the whole UFO scene --that and the fact he thought most of the people involved in it where schmucks :P