Sunday, April 17, 2011

audio conversation with Phil Imbrogno

Philip J. Imbrogno is a scientist.

That said, he sure ain’t timid about jumping into some of the deepest waters of the paranormal phenomenon and all its associated weirdness.

This interview is focused mostly on the abduction phenomenon, and how it has evolved over the decades. Plus, we attempt to connect a few dots as to how this phenomenon is intertwined with other paranormal strangeness.

One-click download HERE.
one hour exactly - and that ain't enough time!

Phil has been a busy guy, and he’s been put three books out in the last year or so, and a fourth is due out in December. He’s been speaking on-line as a way to promote those books and here are some links to a few of the really good interviews (audio podcasts).

Here is a really great two hour interview with Phil on Binnall of America. And a whole series of interviews from THE PARACAST.


Red Pill Junkie said...

Short & sweet, Mike! :)

Coincidentally, I just finished reading Left At East Gate by Larry Warren & Peter Robbins, which peripherally touches on the Hudson Valley sightings of the early 80s.

I also like Phil's impression that all this —what we're doing here— is just picking up pieces of a very large puzzle, that probably none of us will be able to put together by ourselves.

And with regards to the idea that of this other 'realm' who is getting closer to our reality, I've sometimes considered that this notion is the meaning of the famous UMMO symbol, which many researchers dismiss because it was attached to a series of letters that were in all likelihood sent by the CIA or another intelligence group; yet what many people don't know is that there has been many UFO sightings where the same symbol has been observed —including the famous Voronezh close encounter of 1989.

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

Another good one,Mike.
Funny that you should mention Christopher O'Brien during the pod-cast,as I've just started reading his book "Stalking the Tricksters".

Red Pill Junkie said...

What's your take on the recent scandal regarding Imbrogno?