Thursday, April 16, 2015

my dry spell of podcasting

helvetica in good use
There have been some comments about the lack of any recent audio interviews from this site. I fully realize that I haven't done any podcasting since November of last year. That's just about five months of podcast shirking. And there was over a month going back to the one before that. As far as my podcast silence, nobody knows about it more than me.

I have been juggleing some life stuff in those months, and all while trying to complete a ever growing book project.

I have a long list of folks I am eager to interview, but I simply haven't just sat down and done it. Please know, I take a lot of pride in my podcasts, and I'm more than eager to get back at it. Please watch this space for more in the very near future.

Also, a message to Red Pill Junkie: I appreciate your chiding and support!

Here is a listing of all the audio conversations I've done on this site. If there are names you have never heard of, I encourage you to click on those folks. I feel pride in each one of these interviews. And here is a list of some of my personal favorites.
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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

I always enjoy your podcasts Mike. And appreciate that you offer them for free. I say take whatever time you need and don't feel bad about it. We'll still be here.

Bright Garlick said...

You owe nothing to anyone but yourself. Let the universe move you as it will and we'll enjoy whatever you offer, whenever you offer it ! Life comes first !!!

Have a great year enjoying life anyway !

Best wishes to you, Bright

Anonymous said...

This is great news I'm overjoyed ...I can't wait ! No rush, no rush :)

Hamanda said...

I completely agree with the earlier comments. Your interviews are terrific, but they shouldn't take precedence over your own life and welfare!

Red Pill Junkie said...

You think that's chiding? You should see how much I pester Greg Bishop for not having the cojones to invite Jacques Vallee to Radio Misterioso! :P

I reluctantly agree with Bright; despite how much we enjoy the Hidden Experience podcast, Life should always come first.

Anonymous said...

Mike,

Your podcast work is great.! You are so down to earth with your guest. I feel like im there in the room with you. Its better than most because there are no commercials and time frames to finish up. Im hoping that Dan Ackroid is on your list to interview in the future. Your podcast has help me see phenomenon and synchronicities from a different perspective and with less fear. Thank you. I look forward to anything you are working on. Many blessings to you.

Ms. Curious

Lauren said...

Your podcasts are some of the best I've heard. I often check your blog to see if you've posted any new ones, but I agree with Bright and Red Pill Junkie, life does come first. So, I look forward to eventually hearing more of your podcasts, and also really look forward to reading your book!! ☺

Lauren said...

Your podcasts are some of the best I've heard. I often check your blog to see if you've posted any new ones, but I agree with Bright and Red Pill Junkie, life does come first. So, I look forward to eventually hearing more of your podcasts, and also really look forward to reading your book!! ☺

Damien said...

No worries Mike! I always look forward to your conversations. I love it when you ask a guest to clarify a point or two when they sometimes gloss over details in their stories. I also like it when you carefully "set the scene" when discussing your own experiences. It helps to put us in the experience alongside you. Now get crackin'! :) J/K

Faith Walker said...

Mike, you should be very proud of your podcasts. They are truly excellent. I miss your interviews. More important is my respect for your journey. I wish you good health and trust when you are ready and able we will hear from you and an excellent conversation with your chosen guest.

Mr.Owl said...

I too miss your podcasts. One of your biggest strengths when it come to your approach or preparation is firstly the very interesting guests(some a little too interesting.) I've been away from this website for ages now. I figured by the time I checked back in that the book would be done. It seems that it has consumed you, and that's really too bad. Get on with it, you'll feel as if a weight has be lifted. I'm sure of it.

Note: the last podcast I listened to was the one with Kathleen Marden. I couldn't finish it. She prefaced certain comments where she implied that she was qualified to make certain conclusions, while previously citing credentials and training that didn't qualify her to make the diagnoses she claimed to make. It was insulting and filled me with disgust. This is yet another example pointing to the ever increasing obviousness that Ufology and abduction research are pseudo 'sciences', at best. We await your return Mike. Peace

Saint Theresa said...

I just wanted to post this link

http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2015/09/flying-jellyfish-ufos-and-a-synchronistic-message-from-the-past/

Very nice synchronicity told by nick redfern.