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"dr dianna" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"dr dianna" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"Yup our listeners may not know that diana has this wonderful tradition of sending out some reflection questioned around the new year each year. Which is something that she's going to share with you this time because they're really nice to start the new year to reflect back on the old year so we just picked a few. I have twenty this year for twenty twenty. And if you want the full batch you can get them through my instagram account at dr dianna hill. So let's start with a real actually one. Which is debbie. What values did you pursue. Most in twenty twenty. Well i think there are really to one. I think being a psychologist beating someone in mental health. My work felt really important right now. Because there's so much suffering in the world of may think it's time for us to take care of one another and i've just worked with people who have been through so much Healthcare providers and parents and people who are just don't have as much social connection. So i think my work and then also just that family time you know. We've joked on the podcast before A lot of family togetherness. If you're you know in the house with your your family Most of the time. As i am. And so i think the silver lining not sugar coating the pandemic. Believe me. But i think just having that time together actually was really nice in terms of my values of quality. Time with my family. Yeah i think that your values really also showed up in some of episodes that you chose this year. And i'm thinking about the to healthcare episodes in how much you cared about doing. Those in a way that were supported for healthcare workers and Sometimes you can take a peek at what we're doing on this podcast as a window into what each of our two co hosts really care about. As right we picked episodes. We want to do because we care about them absolutely. Okay here's a question for you diana. What three books inspired you..

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"dr dianna" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

17:58 min | 3 years ago

"dr dianna" Discussed on KGO 810

"To coast to coast. We are with Dr Dianna talk about American icons Mik. Are there? Some religions Diana that are more apt to understand or believe extraterrestrials than others. Well, let's see I think that a lot of religions. Yes. I do think that I think that would would be okay with extraterrestrials and believe that I also know that in the hit your Christianity do have some Christian denominations Swedenborg as them where the founder of that religion. Be this isn't a seventeen hundred zero founded this denomination of Christianity time, he basically believing that he was taken to other planets by angels. So and that there were beings on other planets. So there are other religions that would accept I do also think that different denominations of Christianity would be okay with with a belief in extraterrestrials. I know that rather die consul Magno, and his colleague a priest Tom Mueller and write a book called what I baptize extraterrestrial. And other questions, you know, we get at the Vatican observatory, and they would they would baptize. They would be the the Catholic church has done a dramatic about face about this haven't they? I'm not sure I mean, I actually went to archive there at the Catholic doll and look through their collection called extraterrestrial intelligence, and and it's large and and it goes back a long time. And I think that I'm not sure they've made it about safe. I think that they just don't make positions on their, you know, they're very careful about making position on something. They don't have a lot of information about. So I think that they're open to it. I know that they've hosted many many many conferences on the alleged implications of extraterrestrial contact and they worked with NASA on that. And that type of thing, and I don't know if you ever knew the late, Dr Edgar Mitchell, the Apollo fourteen astronaut, but he was I've met him twice to use a staunch believer in extraterrestrial visitations. Yes. Absolutely. Yes. I've in fact, I invited him to attend a conference about a year before she passed on. And he attended the Skype and a lot of my colleagues asked him questions. And I if we said, no, I asked him specifically about extraterrestrials. They said why, you know, why do you believe that they're here? Why do you believe that they're interacting with our space technology, and you know, and I got a lot of answers from him. Oh, he was he was believer. He he told me once on the program Diana that he had never seen one when he was on the moon. But that he knows people within government that he trusts who have told him this is happening in. That's why he was such a staunch believer. Yeah. Definitely emerging just amazing possibilities. But we've lost a lot of great people like John Mack. Who was an expert in Abilene abductions psychiatry? Tryst but Hopkins he's he's no longer with us. And just so many people have passed on who were great researchers in this field. And I hope we can continue to carry the torch for them. They were definitely great. Absolutely. When you started doing your research into this in in the point where you are today. How does technology fit into this? Because it's one of your subtitles on your book. Yeah. Two. I believe that in the way of all our environment in which we live oftentimes determine how we there. Everything tally things. So as I said, here's an example, if a lot of my students travel abroad, and sometimes they go to Italy to go to the Vatican look at museums. And they see pictures of painting of St Francis of Assisi, then, you know, having stigmata, which is which are the ways of Christ and by an angel sky. And if they're grandparents went there and saw the same painting. They would say, oh, that's an angel. You know, and who's getting the stigmata the Christ. But they look at it. And they say they take a picture of it. And they send it to the doctor. This person is getting zapped by an alien aircraft. I mean, you know, look at obvious. So so that's how technology really primes us in terms of how we interpret things to part of the book is basically talking about the reality of. This anonymous and those study it in ways that are what I would call visible, and then the industry of you. There's a whole industry that produces what we believed to be. Well, this is what are you should look like, you know, there was a study done by National Geographic channel that asks the American public comments on if we're an alien invasion. What would it be like and people said the exile? So they went directly to me technology to talk about you know, what it would be what it would look like. So I think that that an also when we think of crack, we no longer think of like, oh, there's an angel of the sky we think of advanced technology doing these kinds of things. So in every way technology figures into new what I call a new form of religion. It's not it's not a religion as we know it. It's. New film of religion. Let's take some calls for you this hour Joe in the Bronx. Let's get started in New York Joseph. Hey, good. Thanks good. I wanted to ask you this question. Do you think that extraterrestrials are eightieth Cigna sticks or a religious in their own sense? Well, that's a really great question. I actually have been out that question before. And I would say that it would. So we've ever we went back to discussion of if there's if there's one of a species into there, probably are a few or many, or you know, the uterus is that so I would think that that they might have just as many have an idea of where are the questions that that that motivate p religious in the first place our wire, we here, I think that they would ask the same questions, and they would have a similar type of response which was to create I of a creator. You know, I have an idea of creator. Well, something created this reality. You know what? Now, whether or not that religion looks like any of the religions that we have here, which if a as well. Buddhism is about is different. From christianity. You know, get. So I would imagine that their religion would be absolutely. This is a great question, by the way, absolutely something that we recognize who would you say right now might be way at the forefront of these kinds of investigations. And you mean it to religion and the phenomenon or phenomena style phenomena itself in your. Absolutely. The government is at the forefront. They are. I mean, your not disclose, Diana. Why not just tell us? I think that probably, you know, I hear I think that they don't know, this is my own opinion. Okay. I think that they don't know what they are as well. And they're working on it. And I think they working on it at a level. That is not they're very good at it in terms of not disclosing, their also, quite honest about it, and I respect it out honesty. Right. We're not gonna say or you know, we're just going to have a position on it. And you know, you have to respect that. Because what did they say, you know, we don't know? I I don't think they want to be in that position of of saying that. But maybe they do know. I don't know I do know people who do working, you know, like programs and whatnot. And they don't know what each other do basically. And so that's how you keep it secret. I mean, we're talking about when you know in the first two chapters of my book, actually, the first chapter I talk about bringing academics together with people and I recognize right away. How incredibly different days communities of inquiry are so on the one hand the academics. Are you know? Hey, we're going to, you know, tell everybody what we know. He's shit on the other hand, you're not publishing this. You know, so we had to take oath of. Okay. We won't say any certain things. So. So yeah. So, you know, community secrecy? We have lived with them since I think what we're the first egret society. That hundreds of years ago. Yeah. Let's go west now Henry's with us in north Hollywood, California. Hi, Henry, go ahead. Hello. Dr I wanted to rela- account in two thousand seven which I had visit tation and offered air force base. Little green Manson on you know, I can't really be certain. If it was a man, but one thing that I found interesting is that that being made a chiming like noise that I've always been fascinated with it. It's totally incomprehensible to any sort of languages, no prefix or suffix that I could figure out it was very brief. But the telepathy was very strong, very deep in the voice timber versus the high pitch chimes that I've heard mimic one time on coast to coast with a demon possessed girl. And so I was curious about that if anyone has reported kind of the exorcist element or spiritual because during the encounter, I could feel the need to scream, but I couldn't. Scream, and then what I felt like a forced out of body experience that I've never been this since then. In this in this experience. Henry was was it accidental or was a planned? No this. I think this happened in my dorm room. I think it's probably phenomenon beyond the air force. I wanna say that due to the nature of my work that whatever it is. It was monitoring me possibly my family because my mother had reported in since similar to this. And in fact, I had another encounter in two thousand fifteen so it's about every seven years. They almost exactly at the the guidebook that every seven years. I get visitation. I'm kind of Martin mcalinden for later when we go. It's right, Diana. What do you think? Well, I do have to say that after my book was released. I was I have been contacted by a lot of people to our he talked about possession and Xers them. And and ironically, I was the history consulted on the first conjuring movie, which is which is really weird. And so and I do Catholic history. So this did you do you feel that this is a like a living being or they feel that this is somehow technologically. I think it's a living being now one of the things is I've I've can kind of verify to my my own sense in that data head arms knows it wanted me to in. My mental commands to me stay down where I wanted to force myself up on the bed got very close to me. So I have one sort of war phenomenon when I was eighteen which was I would sit a more like a craft of Mirka on. But to me, I would even consider extra dimensional 's sort of a living being, you know, we're constantly finding out life forms, and you know, this. We might just be on the very cuss with that Darwin flip where we're going to just find out about life being co co two fide beyond just carbon lifeforms that we are. See that's the thing. That's exactly what I was trying to get at when I said, I was talking to my geneticist friend who was basically talking about the species filing jenness type of thing. And I believe that. Yeah. That that would be quite a revolution for us and mind expanding and and my blowing. But it would just, you know, I do think that there's you know, we are here at a place of a crossroads you can put it. Well, this is such a different experience team do now are you religious? Yes, I'm what you would consider like didn't happen to app air force base. And kinda why me now, I know troopers have had it a lot worse. Let's let's get some other calls here by the let you wrap up with him. Diana. Yes. One of the scientists that I do work with and talk about in the book is is has experiences similar and doesn't like experiences and considers them, and that's why on the one hand the one scientist said it's there'd be ninety and this other scientists said no they seem more like demons. And so that's what she said hundred years ago. We'd be calling us angels demon. So, you know, I think he's trying to find an antidote to this type of experience. He doesn't want them anymore. He doesn't like experiences. Well, you don't like human beings are good ones and bad ones. Aggravates said to me same thing. Same thing. Indeed. Let's go to Monique and Sun Valley, California. Hello, hi Georgian. Hi, Dr Dianna. Hi. Hi. So I guess my quick question. Here is in your research and discussion, why do you think that some people are contacted as opposed to others not being contacted? And I'm especially interested in hearing a little bit more about that Baptist minister because because of his contact he was really challenged in his work. So you know, why would somebody like him have to go through the struggle? And I'll take my answer off the air. Thank you. Sure. That's a really good question that I ask myself all the time and actively that's one of the major research questions that I have right now is you know, what are the populations of contact? And why and and this is where you know, the history of data from the past. You know, you look at the people that you know, did write about their contacts. You know, this this done from you know, you've got the history of of Catalina the Catholics kept at amazing records and a lot of about very very interesting context like this. And so the question is why do some people get this type of context and others don't and there are different theories about why that is. And I don't personally know. So I don't know. But I can tell you some of the theories that I've heard is that. Some people are predisposed physiologically to this type of contact. So they have some type of physical hardware within their bodies that feed spaces them to this. And it's goes back to the idea that there's some type of genetic manipulation happening and some and it happens in families. And I think Spielberg wrote again, we go back to media technology Spielberg did a series called taken. I guess about something like family, right? That goes through the generations of this type of any do see generations of these kinds of things when I find SAS innate is the when the contact happens. It's telepathic. So it's some type of you know, there's a lot of even the historical record. If you look at the original source of Saint Francis getting the stigmata, and he basically the person who writes, this is. Is a brother Rio, his friend. And he basically says that there is a communication is going back and forth between between them..

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"dr dianna" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

13:10 min | 3 years ago

"dr dianna" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"To coast, George Noory with you. Dr Dianna Pacifica with us, professor of religious studies at the university of North Carolina and chairperson of the department of philosophy and religion, her current research focuses on religious, supernatural belief in practice and its connections to digital technologies and environments as well their latest book is called American cosmic you oppose religion, and technology and Diana. Welcome back to the program. Ford to this. How did you mix? Your studies of religious studies with what we're talking about tonight. It's a fascinating mix. Sure, thanks for asking. So basically, I I am a professor of cafeteria. And what I did was I've been looking at you know, the history of things that people say and better extrordinary like angels things like that. And I can't cross a lot of reports from history of aerial phenomena. So I kept a log of those in my last book on the doctrine of purgatory, which is a Catholic belief in the afterlife had a lot of these types of of a reports. So what I did was look into that and came across Ishak, valet, passports Goania, and I thought, wow, you know, look, so similar, and that's that's somewhat. What what started it? I thought about you before. But I was also I I was a graduate student in late nineteen nineties in silica. Valley. And so I was an I was raised in California. So I was also around technology a lot, and I also understood religion as as not, you know, it's it emerges within an environment. So I thought, you know, this the we didn't believe now and you photos as kind of a new way of understanding aerial phenomena. It occurred to me to write about I thought that it would be a really great example to show that you know, how religion emerges from our environment. And that type of thing people had experiences of UFO's were they had religious experiences of them. And so I thought it would be fairly easy book to write and it became quite an interesting and strange book for me to write because there were a bunch of scientists that I met that got involved in it, and I decided to write about their beliefs and. There what they did. And that that's when it got really weird for me and really fascinating. And to that's the beginning of the Genesis of the quote, unquote, the book led you down a path that I didn't think you expected to go down. Did it didn't expect it at all. It was a really it was a fast pace book, even took me a long time to right. I started it in two thousand twelve but it just, you know, I'm I'm fairly conservative scholar of religion. And I wasn't really expecting to me the people I met or continue things that I did. And every chapter. You know with a surprise to me. And I guess that's how you know, your research should be should people rewrite. That's right. Exactly. So it really it was it was researched that that changed? My life is a professor of religious studies religious, you believe in God. Well, think in question so most professors of religion, you know, you you. So there's the only and it's different than religious studies. Really studies is the academic study of religion, and it's really interdisciplinary. So let's take my department for Napoli have an archaeologist. We have historians sociologists, and you know, cultural anthropologists things like that. So we we study it from different perspectives and methodologies and sometimes we several of them to study religion. And and a lot I would say that the professors that I had at the university where I got my PHD which is Syracuse university. I say most of them were atheist. For the most part. Yeah. Or they were Ag node. But that doesn't mean that other people in religious studies aren't religious. So there are minute. Like it might apart. We have a couple of ministers, and, but they you know, they study really from an account perspective. So I personally am religion. So I, you know, studying this and studying, but you know, he's thinking religion, a general complicate your face because Irina text, and you know, you're you're reading them from their original languages and a lot of times. They don't say what they they've told you Sunday school. So you know, it it does challenge your faith. But but I am a I've been a Catholic. You know, my my whole life. I grew up Catholic, and this this just kind of reinforced my own belief it expanded it for sure. Got an Email for one of our listeners, Diana who wanted to know the difference between an atheist agnostic, and I would just tell them and eighth east is a non believer period where an agnostic once proof, right? Well, yeah. So both Greek terms, atheism and Agnes is on and in in the Greek language, if you putting a in front something, it means nothing means, no whatever that is. No. So an a ES the God, an atheist does not believe in any type of God or sacred deity and Agnes diagnostic means and all in a NAS tick is a person who doesn't just doesn't doesn't know basically doesn't know they're open they want. They wanna know they would love answers. But they don't have it. Exactly. So this is is like I have a six year old daughter right now. And she's you that's the timeframe when kids question things, and she says, I think I'm gonna agnostic and sure, you know, that's that's good. I think everybody should think that if you take faith off of the picture for or the equation for a moment aren't most of us than agnostic. I think a lot of people are agnostic. Definitely, you know. I mean, definitely absolutely. We are. You know, we're if we question why we're here, we're being we're we're being we're saying, I don't know why we're here why are here. And then a lot of have a religion that, you know, explain why? And that's the thing. And some religious me the whole thing open like losing. You know, it says we don't know why we're here, but we are here. So. Yeah. So different religions answer the question in different ways, which I find fascinating. Well, and I think a lot of us. I do I have had experiences that kind of defies logic that you could call them and Djelic or some kind of intervention or something some kind of higher power that stepped in to do something for you. When you need it the most some, you know, some scientists would say that's us. Our inner self has that ability to do that. I tend to think that there's something outside of this that helps us. Yeah. That's the question question. Right. So that's the question that scholars asked. You know, is there, you know, is there something other than us that, you know, intervene talks to somehow communicate with us, and certainly designed to that I worked with for the book the way that is the case now as you were. A writing American cosmic. What was the initial approach when you first started? Well, okay. So that was being actually I hadn't intent and tended to write the book. I I was actually going to write about a Catholic Bishop one of the first base in the United States in eighteen hundreds who was here. And he's a, you know, John England, very interesting guy. And I thought this would be a really great historical type of book to write. But the other stuff kept nagging me. And so I then Whitten that direction and. And so that's how that happened. So I basically was that John Carroll? You're writing the book on. No, it was a it was a John England was his name, ironically, he's from Ireland, but his name was Johnny. When is really really interesting person. So anyway, in terms of writing a book, it was a what happened was that? I I attended a conference about UFO's, and I met I actually meet Chris. But so there, but I did hear him speak. And eventually, I met him fact close to me, so we became friends, and yeah, and what happened was that? I recognize that his experience with no different than the experiences of the people whose reports were from safe working hundred fifteen hundred and so I the next I did attend another conference then and actually talk to him, and we had a wonderful conversation about is experienced. But you know, he was quite confused because he was a Baptist. And his congregation didn't take kindly to his experiences. His UFO citing and bought it was demonic, and any also had an understanding that it was there was going to be some type of cataclysm which a lot of people have experiences field if you'd be John acts of duck Shen a lot of them feel like there's an environmental crisis. That's that's very impending. And so I was able to talk to a little bit about that. And said that a lot of people who have experienced, you know, it goes back thousands of years actually, people have feelings of impending doom, and I made him feel a little bit better. And we we became friends, and I was able to see, you know, really because his his one of his sons went to university, and we became like family friends, and I I got to see from the inside what it was like for a person to go through this experience. You know? So it was interesting. No when you were putting the book together. What for you personally was your biggest surprise? The thing is surprise was. This was when I began to talk to Chris. And you know, we became friends like I said he lives about an hour and a half from me. So we got the other lot with your visit his son lot. So he friends with me. And and also at the time my department chair, I I'm department chair now, but Dr George zero to is New Testament scholars me testament and Greek Orthodox pre he also became a friend of Chris's and winning noticed was that there were there was a continual circle of scientists who would come to speak with Chris and not just Chris but other experiences because by that time, I was meeting many many many experiences, and I thought what are they doing here? So I interview them, and I understood that what they were. Doing was basically trying to get information from the experiencers about the technology of crafts and the kinds of things that they saw beings and things like that. And and in fact, I had been approached through by various scientists to asked me for research, some of my research on say angels of the past and things like that. And I thought what did they possibly be looking for? And then I realize it they were you know, what in religious studies take metaphorically they were taking literally. And so that's one of the biggest prizes was that. The scientists were not being like religious studies professors. They were being like scientists. They were looking at this stuff like real like real things, and they were actually seeing technologies, and I met people who actually created technologies that we use today from this. And that is is when it got really very mind-blowing for me and. When I was then that's when you could say that I became obsessed with with this type of research and started to look into it more and more, and and, you know, talk to the scientists, and and the experiencers so that's that's what really hooked me there..

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"dr dianna" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

12:11 min | 3 years ago

"dr dianna" Discussed on KTRH

"Welcome back our final segment with Dr Dianna, polka talk about her work American cosmic. And of course, tell us the title. How did you get the title, Diana? Title, you, you know, you title, the book before you, right? You kind of title that you write it. And as I was researching the origins of our space program, I came my my editor actually who's a very intelligent incredibly intuitive one in suggested that I read this book called the Russian cosmonauts by George Young. And I did and I was also at the time reading books on Jack Parsons, you know, and the people who figured out rocket technology. And I realized that these people were pretty their beliefs were pretty out there. And they believe a lot of the believe that they were in touch with non human intelligence, and that they were actually using that word again gown loading. They were downloading these technologies, and I thought, wow, I didn't know that about our space program at all. I thought her space programs work completely. Materialists, you know, scientific materialists believe in anything like this. But actually, if you go back to the brilliant people who did develop the technologies, they weren't they did have police systems. So so I decided that and the people that I was studying now. Right into that history. And I thought this is almost like his book, of course, is an incredibly academic book and my takes off in a different direction. But I thought that the people I studied could have been the next chapter of his book. So I called my book, I it's like an Omani his book. So I called my book American causing, you know, American cosmic his he he studied the Russian cosmic program. And I studied the American perfect. Let's go to Don Kent, Ohio taken away. Donald rather, George great program tonight. Diana, just wanted to ask you a few names out there for you about the spiritual side effects of the growing up, Roman Catholic. I used to be fascinated by some of the exploits of Monsignor Corrado Balducci. Now, he was adviser on you up those, but his degree was in demon -nology, and he was also an exorcist now as talking with Tommy about Stanton Friedman. He said he made a statement always impact me. So the beautiful were beneficial. Why didn't they stop the holocaust? And then we got Jack Malahysia he says there is a connection the Mary UFO connection. And so what is your take on the spirituality of the? I actually use a lot of the work of Jacques valet in my book. I talk about the Marian apparitions and how they if you do look at the that's the thing about the Catholic history. If you look at the original sources of a lot of, you know, really dog Matic events, like Mary, I mean trees of Abbas, you know, ecstasy you'll if you read with yes, he says about it. It looks like it's from John max abduction book. Right. So it looks very USOC. And so this struck me as incredibly odd when I I did this research like in the very beginning. It was like a hit on a slap in the face kinda thing. Like, wow, is this what I've been reading about. And so spirituality. I think that that is why the Catholic churches takes no official position other than that. You know, how itchy was on. I did see an interview of him a few years ago where he basically talked about how he believes that there were varieties of these changes. Well, and he said they were bad ones. And there were good ones. And there were a lot of them were superior to humans, and perhaps even you know, a something that had to do with what we consider to be angels or something like that. Because I mean, if you look at the angels, even angels are are supposed to be different species of themselves. So you know that and so I think the correlations air if you if you read the book, I have it's it's there is a lot of Catholic references throughout the book almost every actor. Would you? Though in terms of if you had to make bad would the extraterrestrials be more and Djelic or more interplanetary from other systems? Right. Okay. So that's a really good question about even how the universe is structured. I think is I believe that with the with science today. I think we're going to understand the universe in a lot. If in different ways than we have before. And I think that if me were to say that, you know. There are being that are that this on other planets and other civilizations. And they use some type of technology to get to our planet, and maybe study us or interact with us or or or is there another dimension. You know that that code? Yeah. I I would I would go for the more dimension thing. I'm I'm more the multi type you are. Traumatic. So you don't think they're coming here with some high technology propulsion system or anything like that bending space and time, maybe? No, I don't I've talked to people who have spent their lives looking into that. And no, I don't think that's how they're getting here. Well, I think that if if okay. So if you talk to people who have maybe seen them, and you've talked to or you look at the data from the historical accounts. It appears that they just appear right. They don't kind of like come. And you know, they. Yeah, they they do and and they don't appear to be. Mostly follow it on. I mean, they looked like all of our gifts. But then they changed and they don't look like solid objects. So I mean, what kind of technologies that, you know, something that we aren't capable of producing or, you know, or even imagining at this point, you know, so I so I'm that's where I'm at right now. I remember I have no settled idea of what this is. I really don't. I'm just going along. I'm basically in doing exactly what scientists are doing. I'm just learning about it as we all are let's go to Joe and Long Island, New York. Hey, Joseph go ahead. Diana. It seems like that being being den like in star Trek's Scotty. The about that book go accounts of angels. Now, it seems like take for example, tall it would way. Feel it seemed like Rayfield hung out for the whole issue of issues involved. What's the outcome of which was the bait? -able and stayed on topic. He didn't start talking about the game of the met game. You know, he's stuck with the topic. So that seems to be a theme throughout many bull accounts of angels. And then what technology do they have an app Rangel's on the smartphones. The contact Angels' probably not yet not yet. But probably soon. In fact, you probably just gave somebody a good idea. Gela campy. Yeah. They're gonna make millions of dollars on it. He'll let me think about that. Okay. So when I I've written about angels. I published papers about you know, how people perceived angels. And and I've been reading about it in my book about privy, Tori. You know, what are angels? So you know, what what are they and anything do you look at the biblical count? You'll see that they differ, right? That the different account. Are you know, sitting to air people to you know, almost to death, right? Like jacob. Okay. So they fight with them. Okay. So you've got you know, they come an angel comes to marry and says do not be afraid. Right. Well, she's terrified. And so, you know, we have I remember telling somebody this a long time ago. I guess it was probably before I begin the study and my daughter's fifteen I was really young and we're playing into play. She had a play date with somebody. And it was bad that was there. And we started talking about angels. And I didn't you know. I it's not like I'm saying, I know all about angels. But I said what I knew about the sources the biblical. And I said, well, they don't really portray angels as how we think of them today. He's like, you know, really, you know, kind of happy things that come down and with, you know, wings, and drank wishes and do this. They're actually terrifying. And he looked at me. And he said do not talk about that in front of my child. I want my child to believe that you know, in the kind of like, and I I was shocked by that. Because I thought well, I wasn't intending to talk to child about angels in the first place. But you know, if you actually do want to know about angels, why don't you go and read about them? And you know, read this sources about the meal find that there are different types. And that they are not they don't always appear friendly to people. So. I sorry. I mean, I know that, you know, the the bad thing about people in my field is that we disappears. People of what you know, a lot of my seems kinda class. They believe all these things about the bible, then we start to meet it. And they're like I said that. And I said it I'm not making it up. And I even tell the bring your own bible class will read it. So did you ever talk with the very downing? Dr Barry downing at all. The thing is I know the works of people could do this kind of what I would call forensic angel al-ajiz right forensic looking at the actual sources and looking at the words, you know, the Hebrew or the Greek and how they're used, and you know, it's it's fascinating. You do whole class on on angels. Doing angels tomorrow night on the show. It doesn't end. I heard that. And I thought oh, yeah. You have to for that one. Let's go to Joe Brielle, to-, California. First time caller, John. Go ahead. Hey, Mr. oriented, Dr Dianna about about a month ago and talked to in because I had some facts on its first, but. The nicest guy in the world, but he gave me total tin foil hat treatment. So tell you you can take it or leave it, you know, the he chose to just write it off. He must've been in his strange mood. Okay. Amongst the more than one thousand plants with intelligent life is last one to have religion. I was told that the others had outgrown it. So apparently at one time they did have religion. But they outgrew it. That's an interesting possibility. Dinah, what do you think? They started with religion. But they grew out of it. Right..

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13:57 min | 3 years ago

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"Welcome back our final segment with Dr Dianna, polka talk about her work American cosmic. And of course, tell us the title. How did you get the title Diana shares? So the title, you, you know, you don't title before you write it new kind of title comes as you write it. And as I was researching the origins of our space program. I came my editor actually who's a very intelligent incredibly intuitive women suggested that I read this book called the Russian cosmonauts by George Young. And I did and I was also at the time reading books on Jack Parsons, you know, and the people who figured out rocket technology. And I realized that these people were pretty their beliefs were pretty out there. And they believe the water the believed that they were in touch with non human intelligence, and that they were actually. Early using that word again downloading they were downloading these technologies, and I thought, wow, I didn't know that about our space program at all. I thought our space programs work completely materialists, you know, scientific materialists can you believe in anything like this? But actually, if you go back to the brilliant people who did develop these technologies, they weren't they did have these belief systems. So so I decided that and the people that I was studying now. Right into that history. And I thought this is almost like his book, of course, is an incredibly academic book and my takes off in different direction. But I thought that the people I studied could have been the next chapter of his book. So I called my book, I it's like an Omani his book. So I called my book American causing, you know, American cosmic his he he studied the Russian cosmic program. And I studied the American perfect. Let's go to Don Kent, Ohio taken away. Donald rather, George great program tonight. Interesting Diana, just wanted to ask you, Jeff, you names out there for you about that spiritual side effects of the UFO growing up Roman Catholic, I used to be fascinated by some of the exploits of Monsignor Corrado Balducci. Now, he was a adviser on you up those, but his degree was in demon -nology, and he was also an exorcist now as. Talking with Tommy about Stanton Friedman. He said he made a statement always impact me. So the beautiful were beneficial. Why didn't they stop the HOA cost? And then we got Jack Malaysia he says there was a connection the merry UFO connection. And so what is your take on the spirituality of the up os? Right. So I actually use a lot of the work of Jacques valet in my book. And I talk about the Marian apparitions and how they if you do look at the that's the thing about the Catholic history. If you look at the original sources of a lot of don't really dog Matic events, like Mary, I mean, tree of Abbas, you know, ecstasy you'll if you read with you he says about it it looks like it's from John max objection book. Right. So it looks very UFO ish. And so this struck me as Freddie odd when I I did this research like in the very beginning. It was like a hit on slap in the face kinda thing. Like, wow, is this what I've been reading about one. And so so the spirituality I think that that is why the Catholic churches takes no facial position. Other than that. You know, how itchy was on. I did see an interview of him a few years ago where he basically talked about how he believes that there were varieties of these eighteen as well. And he said there were bad ones. And there were good ones. And there were a lot of them were superior to humans, and perhaps even you know, a something that had to do with what we consider to be angels or something like that. Because I mean, if you look at the angels, even angels are supposed to be different species of themselves. So you know, that so I think the correlations there. If you if you read the book, I have it's it's there is a lot of of Catholic references throughout the book almost every actor Jonah. What do you think though in terms of if you had to make bad would the extraterrestrials be more and Djelic or more interplanetary? From other systems. Right. Okay. So that's a really good question about even how the universe is structured. I think is I believe that with with science today. I think we're going to understand the universe in a lot. If in different ways than we have before. And I think that if we were to say that, you know. There are beings that are that exist on other planets and have other civilizations. And they use some type of technology to get to our planet, and maybe study us or interact with us or or or is there another dimension. You know that that a code? I I would I would go for the more dimension thing. I'm more the multi type, you are dramatic. So you don't think they're coming here with some high technology propulsion system or anything like that bending space and time, maybe? No. I don't I've talked to people who have spent their lives looking into that. And no, I don't think that's how they're getting here. Well, I think that if if okay. So if you talk to people who have maybe seen them, and you've talked to or you look at the data from the historical account, it appears that they just appear right? They don't kind of like come. And you know, they. Without they do. And I and they don't appear to be. Mostly solid on just I mean, they looked like solid objects. But then they changed and they don't look like solid objects. So I mean, what kind of technologies that, you know, something that we are capable of producing or, you know, or even imagining at this point, you know, so I so I'm that's where I'm at right now. I remember I have no settled idea of what this is. I really don't. I'm just going along. I'm basically in doing exactly what scientists are doing. I'm just learning about it as we all are. Let's go to Joe and Long Island New York Joseph. Go ahead. Yeah. I Donna seems like that being being dead like in Star Trek. Scotty. The about that book go accounts of angels. Now, it seems like take for example, tall it would way. Feel it seemed like Rayfield hung out for the whole issue of issues involved, which the outcome of which was the beta bottle and stayed on topic. He didn't start talking about the Yankee game of the game. You know, he's stuck with the topic. So that seems to be a theme throughout many book accounts of Angels'. And then what technology do they have an app Rangel's on the smartphones that the contact Angels' probably not yet not yet. But probably soon. Yeah. It's back. You probably just gave somebody a good idea. Gela cami. Yeah. They're gonna make millions of dollars on it. He'll let me think about that. Okay. So when I I've written about angels, I've probably papers about you know, how people perceive angels. And and I've been reading about it in my book about purgatory. You know, what are angels? So you know, what what are they and and if you look at the biblical count you'll see that they differ, right? That the different account. Are you know, sitting to air people to you know, almost to death, right? Like jacob. Okay. So they fight with them. Okay. So you've got you know, they come an angel comes to marry an and says you not free, right? Well, she's terrified. And so, you know, we have I remember telling somebody this a long time ago. I guess it was probably even before I began to study. And my daughter's fifteen I was really young and we're playing into play crown. And she had a play date with somebody. And it was the dad that was there. And we started talking about angels. And I didn't you know. I it's not like I'm saying, I know all about angels. But I said what I knew about the sources the biblical sources. And they said they don't really portray angels as how we think of them today. He's like, you know, really, you know, kind of happy things that come down and with you know, wings and drink wishes and do this. They're actually terrifying. And they looked at me. And he said do not talk about that in front of my child. I want my child to believe that you know, in the kind of like, and I was shocked by that. Because I thought well, I wasn't tending to talk to child about angels in the first place. But you know, if you actually do you want to know about angels. Why don't you go and read about them? And you know, read this sources about them, you'll find that there are different types. And that they are not they don't always appear friendly to people. So. I saw say I mean, I know that, you know, the the bad thing about people in my field is that we disabuse people of what you know, a lot of my seems kinda class. They believe all these things about the bible. Then we start to read it. And they're like, I didn't know it said that and I said it I'm not making it up. And I even tell the bring your own bible class. It will read it. So did you ever talk with the very downing? Dr Barry downing at all. No. But I see that's the thing is I know the works of people who do this kind of what I would call forensic angel al-ajiz right forensic looking at the actual sources and looking at the words, you know, the Hebrew or the Greek and how they're used, and you know, it's it's fascinating do whole class on on angels. You know in Asia doing angels tomorrow night on the show. It doesn't end. I heard that. And I thought oh, yeah. You have to for that one. Let's go to join Brielle, California. First time caller for John. Go ahead. Hi, Mr. orient, and Dr Dianna. Hi about oh about a month ago and talked to in because I had some facts on it's personal, but he's the nicest guy in the world, but he gave me the total tinfoil hat treatment. So you can take her leave leaving the he chose to just ride. It must have been in his strange mood. Great, okay earth, amongst the more than one thousand plants with intelligent life is the last one to have religion. I was told that the others had outgrown it. So apparently at one time they did have religion. But they outgrew it. That's an interesting possibility. Dinah, what do you think? They started with religion. But they grew out of it. Right. So I mean, I think that religion. I mean, I know that a lot of people do not believe this, but really appear to change over time. And what I've said in this book is that this is a new form of religion. I think that religion take different forms based on the society within which they are practiced. So here we have this idea that religion will disappear. I'm not sure I think that is long as beings, and I'm and I'm including beings, not just us are conscious and self conscious. I think we're gonna wonder about our origins and the universe in general. And and as I said before, you know, a lot of that motivate religious practice questions and things like that. So in terms about growing, I mean, I can see community changing for him. Actually, you know, they already have. You know today we have what are called the nuns which and I'm not talking about NUON's I'm talking about. And oh, n you know, peop- young people can do not believe in anything. They're kind of just they have a ambiguous, spirituality. So I if that's what they're talking about. Then I can see that happening. We have Elaine in Fort Myers, Florida. Hello there lane. George excuse. I have a little joy to do. Call in and say that yes, I am an agnostic. I was raised a Catholic went to Catholic school for nine years and all that. But I just.

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13:45 min | 3 years ago

"dr dianna" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Welcome back our final segment with Dr Dianna, polka talk about her work American cosmic. And of course, tell us the title. How did you get the title, Diana? Sure. So the title, you, just you know, you don't titled the book before you. Right. You kind of title Khan. Did you write it? And as I was researching the origins of our space program, I came my my editor actually who's a very intelligent incredibly intuitive one in suggested that I read this book called the Russian causing by George Young. And I did. And I was also at the time reading books on Jack Parsons, you know, and the people who figured out rocket technology. And I realized that these people were pretty their beliefs were pretty out there. And they believe a lot of the belief that they were in touch with non human intelligence. And that they were actually using that word again downloading they were downloading these technologies, and I thought, wow, I didn't know that about our space programs at all I thought our space programs work completely materialists, you know, scientific materialists believe in anything like this. But actually, if you go back to the brilliant people who did develop these technologies, they weren't they did have these belief systems. So so I decided that and the people that I was studying now. Right into that history. And I thought this is almost like his book, of course, is an incredibly academic book and my takes off in a different direction. But I thought that the people I studied could have been the next chapter of his book. So I called my book. I it's like an Omar his book. So I called my book American causing, you know, American cosmic his he he studied the Russian causing program. And I studied the American one perfect. Let's go to Don Kent, Ohio taken away. Donald rather, George great program tonight. Do anything Diana just wanted to ask you a few names out there for you about the spiritual side effects of the UFO going up Roman Catholic I used to be fascinated by some of the exploits of Monsignor Corrado Balducci. Now, he was adviser on you those, but his degree was indeed Manala g and he was also an exorcist now. Talking with Tommy about Stanton Friedman. He said he made a statement always impact on me. So that you were beneficial. Why didn't they stop the HOA cost? And then we got Jack Malahysia he says there was a connection the merry UFO connection. And so what is your take on the spirituality of the? Right. So I actually use a lot of the work of Jacques valet in my book. I talk about the Marian apparitions and how they if you do look at that thing about the Catholic history. If you look at the original sources of a lot of really dog Matic events like married. I mean, tree of Abbas, you know, ecstasy you'll if you read what he says about it. It looks like it's from John max abduction book. Right. So it looks very USOC. And so this struck me as incredibly odd when I I did this research like in the very beginning. It was like a hit on slap in the face kinda thing. Like, wow, is this what I've been reading. And so so the spirituality I think that that is why the Catholic churches takes no official position other than that. You know, how itchy was on. I did see an interview of him a few years ago where he basically talked about how he believes that there were varieties of these eighteen as well. And he said there were bad ones. And there were good ones. And there were a lot of them were superior to humans, and perhaps even you know, a something that had to do with what we consider to be angels or something like that. Because I mean, if you look at the angels, even angels are supposed to be different species of themselves. So, you know, say that so I think the correlations there. If you if you read the book, I have it's it's there is a lot of of Catholic references throughout the book almost every chapter. What do you think though in terms of if you had to make bad would the extraterrestrials be more and Djelic or more interplanetary from other systems? Right. Okay. So that's a really good question about even how the universe is structured. I think is I believe that with the with science today. I think we're going to understand the universe in a lot. If in different ways than we have before. And I think that if me were to say that, you know. There are being that are that exist on other planets and have other civilizations. And they use some type of technology to get to our planet and maybe study, yes or interact with us or or or is there another dimension. You know that that a code? I I would I would go for the more dimension thing. I'm I'm more of the multi for type you are. So you don't think they're coming here with some high technology propulsion system or anything like that bending space and time, maybe no, I don't I've talked about the people who have spent their lives looking into that. And no, I don't think that's how they're getting here. Well, I think that if if okay. So if you talk to people who have maybe seen them, and you've talked to or you look at the data from the historical accounts. It appears that they just appear right. They don't kind of like come. And you know, they they they do, and I and they don't appear to be. Mostly solid on just I mean, they looked like solid objects. But then they changed and they don't look like solid objects. So I mean, what kind of technologies that, you know, something that we aren't capable of producing or, you know, or even imagining at this point, you know, so I so I'm that's where I'm at right now. I remember I have no settled idea of what this is. I really don't. I'm just going along. I'm basically in doing exactly what scientists are doing. I'm just learning about it as we all are. Let's go to Joe and Long Island New York Joseph. Go ahead. Yeah. Hi, Donna seems like that being being dead like in Star Trek. Scotty, right. What the about biblical accounts of angels. Now, it seems like take for example, tell that would way feel it seemed like Rayfield hung out for the whole issue of issues involved, which the outcome of which was the beta bottle and stayed on topic. He didn't start talking about the Yankee game of the met game. You know, he's stuck with the topic. So that seems to be a theme throughout many book accounts, Angels'. And then what technology that I haven't app Rangel's on the smartphones. The contact Angels' probably not yet not yet. But probably soon. Yeah. It's probably just gave somebody a good idea. Gela cami. Yeah. They're gonna make millions of dollars on it. So let me think about that. Okay. So when I I've written about any published papers about you know, how people perceived angels. And and I've been reading about it in my book about privy, Tori. You know, what are angels? So you know, what are they? And and if you look at the biblical count, you'll see that they differ, right? That the different accounts. Are you know, setting to scare people to you know, almost to death. Right. Like jacob. Okay. So they fight with them. Okay. So you've got you know, they come an angel comes to marry and says do not the free, right? Well, she's terrified. And so, you know, we have I remember telling somebody this a long time ago. I guess it was probably even before I began to study. And my daughter's fifteen I was really young and we're playing into play. Round and she had a play date with somebody. And it was the dad that was there. And we started talking about angels. And I didn't you know. I it's not like I'm saying, I know all about angels. But I said what I knew about the sources of the biblical I and they said they don't really portray angels as how we think of them today. He's like, you know, really, you know, kind of happy things that come down, and with you know, wings and grant wishes and do this. They're actually terrifying. And he looked at me. And he said do not talk about that in front of my child. I want my child to believe that you know, in the kind of like, and I I was shocked by that. 'cause I thought well, I wasn't tending to talk to child about angels in the first place. But you know, if you actually do want to know about angels, why don't you go and read about them? And you know, read this sources about them, you'll find that there are different types. And that they are not they don't always appear friendly to people. So. I saw you say I mean, I know that, you know, the the bad thing about people in my field is that we disabuse people of what you know, a lot of my seems kinda class. They believe all these things about the bible. Then we start to read it. And they're like, I didn't know it said that and I said it I'm not making it up. And I even tell the bring your own bible class. It will read it. So did you ever talk with the very downing? Dr Barry downing at all. No. But I see that's the thing is I know the works of people who do this kind of what I would call forensic angel al-ajiz right for looking at the actual sources and looking at the words, you know, the Hebrew or the Greek and how they're used. And you know, it's it's fascinating. You know, you do whole class on on angels. You know as doing angels tomorrow night on the show. It doesn't end. I heard that. And I thought oh, yeah. You have to for that one. Let's Brielle California. First time caller, John. Go ahead. Hi, Mr. Noriega, and Dr Dianna high about oh about a month ago and talked in because I had some facts on its perseus. But. He's the nicest guy in the world, but he gave me the total ten foil hat treatment. So. Tell you you can take it or leave it, you know, he he shows to just write it must've been in his strange mood. Okay. Amongst the more than one thousand plants with intelligent life is the last one to have religion. I was told that the others had outgrown it. So apparently at one time they did have religion. But they outgrew it. That's an interesting possibility. Dinah, what do you think? They started with religion. But they grew out of it. Right. So I mean, I think that religions I mean, I know that a lot of people do not believe this, but really appear to change over time. And what I've said in this book is that this is a new form of religion. I think that religions take different forms based on the society within which they are practiced. So here we have this idea that religion will disappear. I'm not sure I think that is long as beings, and I'm and I'm including beings, not just us are conscious and self conscious. I think we're gonna wonder about our origins and the universe in general. And and as I said before, you know, a lot of that motivates religious practice questions and things like that. So in terms about growing, I mean, I can see munitions changing for forum. Absolutely. You know, they already have. You know today we have what are called the nuns which and I'm not talking about end Yuen's I'm talking about. And oh, n you know, peop- young people can do not believe in anything. They're kind of just they have a ambiguous, spirituality. So I if that's what they're talking about. Then I can see that happening. Stop. We have lain in Fort Myers, Florida. Hello there. Lane. Sure. I have a little lawn Georgia. Do..

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

"dr dianna" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"L F. Welcome back our final segment with Dr Dianna, polka talk about her work American cosmic. And of course, tell us the title. How did you get the title Diana shares? So the title, you, you know, you don't title the book before you, write you kind of title comes you, write it. And as I was researching the origins of our space program. I came my editor actually who is very intelligent incredibly intuitive women suggested that I read this book called the Russian cosmos, spy, George Young, and I did. And I was also at the time reading books on Jack Parsons, you know, and the people who figured out rocket technology. And I realized that these people were pretty their beliefs were pretty out there. And they believe a lot of the believe that they were in touch with non. Human intelligence, and that they were actually using that word again downloading they were downloading these technologies, and I thought, wow, I didn't know that about our space program at all. I thought our space programs were completely materialists, you know, scientific materialists believe in anything like this. But actually, go back to the brilliant people who did develop these technologies, they weren't they did have these systems. So so I decided that and the people that I was studying now..

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15:12 min | 3 years ago

"dr dianna" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Welcome back to coast to coast. We are with Dr Dianna, polka talk about American cosmic. Are there? Some religions Diana that are more apt to understand or believe extraterrestrials than others. Well, let's see I think that a lot of religion. Yes. I think that I think that would would would be okay with extraterrestrials and believe that I also know that in the history of Christianity do have some Christian denominations Swedenborg Asia's them where the founder of that religion. The this isn't a seventeen hundred zero founded this denomination of Christianity time, he basically believed in that. He was taken to other planets by angel. So and that there were being on other planets. So there are other religions that would accept I do also think that different denominations of Christianity would be okay with with a belief in extraterrestrials. I know that brother guy consul Magno, and his colleague a priest Tom Mueller. I'm ready to book called what I bad pies. And extraterrestrial. And other questions, you know, we get at the Vatican observatory, and they would they would baptize. They would be the the Catholic church has done a dramatic about face about this. I'm not sure I mean, I actually went to the archives there at the recording Catholic and also look to their collection called extraterrestrial intelligence, and it's large, and and it goes back a long time. And I think that I'm not sure they've made an about face. I think that they just don't make positions on their, you know, they're very careful about making position on something there. They just don't have a lot of information about. So I think that they're open to it. I know that they've hosted many many many conferences on the logical implications of extraterrestrial contact and they worked with NASA on that. And that type of thing. I don't know if you ever knew the late Dr Edgar Mitchell, the Apollo fourteen astronaut, but I've met him twice use a staunch believer in extraterrestrial visitations. Yes. Absolutely. Yes. I've in fact, I invited to attend a conference about a year before he passed on. And he attended a Skype and a lot of my colleagues asked him questions. And I said no I asked him specifically about extraterrestrials. I said what you know. Why do you believe that there? Here's why do you believe that they're interacting with our space technology, and you know, and I got a lot of answers from him. He was he was a believer. He he told me once on the program Diana that he had never seen one when he was on the moon. But that he knows people within government that he trusts. Who have told him this is happening. And that's why he was such a staunch believer. Yes. Definitely just amazing possibilities. But we've lost a lot of great people. Like, you know, John Mack who was an expert in abductions psychiatrist but Hopkins he's he's no longer with us. And just so many people have passed on who were great researchers in this field. And I hope we can continue to carry the torch for them. They were definitely great. Absolutely. When you started doing your research into this. And in the point where you are today. How does technology fit into this? Because it's one of your subtitles on your book. Yeah. Who I believe that in the way first of all our environment in which we live oftentimes determine how we do things Turpin any. So as I said, here's an example, if a lot of my students travel abroad, and sometimes they go to Italy they go to the Vatican. And they look at museums. And they see pictures of painting of Saint Francis of Assisi being, you know, having to stigmata, which is which are the ways of Christ. And by an angel in sky. And if their grandparents went went there and saw the same painting. They would say, oh, that's an angel. You know, and he's getting stigmata the weeds of Christ. But they look at it. And they say they take a picture of it. And they send it to. They doctor say this person is getting zapped by an alien aircraft. I mean, you know, look, it's very obvious. So so. So that's how the technology really crimes us in terms of how we interpret things. But you also have to part of the book is basically talking about the reality of this phenomenon. And those who studied it in ways that are what I would call invisible, and then the industry of UFO's, so there's a whole industry that produces what we believe to be. Well, this is what you should look like, you know. I mean, there was a study done by it was National Geographic channel that asks the American public to comment on if there were an alien invasion. What would it be like and people said the exile? So they went directly to me technology to talk about you know, what it would be what it would look like. So I think that that. And also when we think of crap, you know, we no longer think of like, oh, there's an angel in the sky, we think of advanced technology doing these kinds of things so. In every way technology figures into new what I call a new form of religion. It's not it's not a religion as we know it. It's a new form of religion. Let's take some calls for you this hour Joe in the Bronx. Let's get started in New York Joseph. Hey, George, how are you? I'm good. Thanks good. It I wanted to ask you this question. Now, do you think that extraterrestrials are atheists agnostics or Audie religious in their own sense? Wow. That's a really great question. I actually have been asked that question before. And I would say that it would. So we've ever we went back to this discussion of if there's if there's one of a species into there, probably are a few or many, or you know, this is universities that. So I would think that that they might have just as me have an idea of where are, you know, questions that that that motivate people to p religious in the first place are widely here. I think that they would ask the same question, and they would have a similar, you know, type of response which was to create an idea of a creator, you know, to have an idea of a creator. Well, something created this reality. You know what? Now, whether or not that religion looks like any of the religions that we have here which differ as well. You know is is about as different from Christianity. You know as a get. So I would imagine that their religion would be absolutely. This is a great question, by the way, absolutely something that we recognize who would you say right now might be way at the forefront of these kinds of investigations. And you mean it to religion and the phenomenon where the nominee itself. I absolutely the government is is at the forefront. They are. I mean, not disclose why not just tell us. I think that probably you know, I seriously. I think that they don't know, this is my own opinion. Okay. I think that they don't know what they are as well. And they're working on it. And I think they are working on it at a level. That is not they're very good at it in terms of not disclosing. But they're also quite honest about it, and I respect that honesty. Right. We're not going to say or you know, we're just not going to have a position on it. And you know, you have to respect that. Because what did they say, you know, we don't know? I I don't think they want to be in that position of saying that. But maybe they do know. I don't know I do know people who do working, you know, like programs and whatnot. And. They don't know what each other do basically. And so that's how you keep it secret. I mean, we're talking about when you know in the I teach after of my book, actually, the first chapter I talked about bringing academic together with a few people and I recognize right away. How incredibly different these communities of inquiry are so on the one hand the academics. Are you know? Hey, we're going to, you know, tell everybody what we know. He's publish it. And on the other hand, you're not publishing this, you know, so we had to take oath of. Okay. We won't say any certain things. So since so. Yeah. So either, you know, communities secrecy, we have lived with them since I think, you know, what were the first secret societies that hundreds of years ago? Yeah. Oh, we'll school Henry's with us in north Hollywood, California. Hi, Henry, go ahead. Hello, dr. I wonder rela- an account in two thousand seven in which I had a visit tation in offered air force base. Little green Manson on on. You know? I can't really be certain. If it was a man, but one thing that I found interesting is that the being made a chiming like noise that I've always been fascinated with it. It's totally incomprehensible to any sort of language. No prefix or suffix that I could figure out it was very brief. But the telepathy was very strong, very deep in the voice timber versus the high pitched chimes that I've heard mimic one time on coast to coast with a demon possessed girl. And so I was curious about that. If anyone has reported kind of the exorcist them element or spiritual amid because. During the encounter. I could feel the need to scream, but I couldn't scream and then what I felt like a forced out of body experience. And I've never been this since then. In this in this experience. Henry was was it accidental or was a planned, though, this I think this happened in my dorm room. I think it's probably a phenomenon beyond the air force. I wanna say that due to the nature of my work that whatever it is. It was monitoring me possibly my family 'cause my mother had reported in since similar to this. And in fact, I had another encounter in two thousand fifteen so it's about every seven years. They almost exactly added the the guidebook that every seven years. I get visitation. I'm kind of marking my calendar for later. It's right, Diana. What do you think? Well, I do have to say that after my book was released. I was I have been contacted by a lot of people who are he talked about possession and exercises them. And and ironically, I was the history consulted on the first conjuring movie, which is which is really weird. And so and I do Catholic history. So this the did you do you feel that this is a like a living bean, or do you feel that this is somehow technologically? I think it's a living being now one of the things is I've I've can kind of verify to my my own sense in that headto-head arms. A knows it wanted me to in. My mental commands to me stay down where I wanted to force myself up on the bed got very close to me. So I had one sort of warmed phenomenon when I was eighteen which was I would consider more like a craft Mirka button on. But to me, I would even consider extra dimensional sort of a living being, you know, we're constantly finding out life forms, and you know, this. We might just be on the very cuss with that Darwin flip where we're going to just find out about life being co co defied beyond just carbon life forms that we are. See, that's that's exactly what I was trying to get out when I said, I was talking to my geneticists friend who was basically talking about the species quietly. Janice type of thing. And I believe that. Yeah. That that would be quite a revolution for us and wind expanding and my blowing. But it would just, you know, I do think that there's you know, we are here at a place of a crossroads you can put it. Well, this is such an different experienced you do now are you religious? Yes, I'm what you would consider like didn't happen to me at the air force base. And kind of a why me now, I know the troopers have had it a lot worse. Let's let's get some other calls here by the let you wrap up with him. Diana. Yes. So one of the scientists that idea work with and talk about in the book is is has experienced his very similar and doesn't like these experiences and considers them, and that's why on the one hand the one scientists said it's there'd be nineteen and this other scientists said no they seem more like demons. And so that's what he said hundred years ago. We'd be calling these angels and demons. So, you know, I think he's trying to find an antidote to this type of experience. He doesn't want them anymore. He doesn't he doesn't like these experiences. Well, you don't like human beings. They're good ones and bad ones. That's what aggravates said to me. Same thing. Same thing. Indeed. Let's go to Monique and Sun Valley, California. Hello monique. Hi, jordan. Hi, Dr Dianna. Hi..

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"dr dianna" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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13:16 min | 3 years ago

"dr dianna" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Back to coast to coast. We are with Dr Dianna schoellkopf talking about American cosmic are there. Some religions Diana that are more apt to understand or believe extraterrestrials than others. Well, let's see I think that a lot of religion. Yes. I think that I think that would would would be okay with extraterrestrials and believe that I also know that in the history of Christianity do have some Christian denominations Swedenborg ageism where the founder of that religion. They'll be this isn't a seventeen hundred zero founded this denomination of Christianity time, he basically believed in that. He was taken to other planets by angels. So and that there were beings on other planets. So there are other religions that would accept I do also think that different denominations of Christianity would be okay with with a belief in extraterrestrials. I know that brother die consul Magno and his colleague a priest Tom Mueller. I'm ready book called what I bad ties and extraterrestrial. And other questions, you know, we get at the Vatican observatory, and they would they would baptize. They would be the the Catholic church has done a dramatic about face about this haven't they? I'm not sure I mean, I actually went to the archives there at the observatory at Catholic and also and look to their collection called extraterrestrial intelligence, and it's large, and and it goes back a long time. And I think that I'm not sure they've made it about safe. I think that they just don't make positions on their, you know, they're very careful about making a position on something there. They just don't have a lot of information about. So I think that they're open to it. I know that they've hosted many many many conferences on logical implications of extraterrestrial contact and they've worked with NASA on that. And that type of thing. I don't know if you ever knew the late, Dr Edgar Mitchell, the Apollo fourteen astronaut I've met him twice use a staunch believer in extraterrestrial visitations. Yes. Absolutely. Yes. I've in fact, I invited to attend to conference about a year before he passed on. And he attended a Skype and a lot of my colleagues asked him questions. And I said no I asked him specifically about extraterrestrials. I said what you know. Why do you believe that they're here? Why do you believe that they're interacting with our space technology, and you know, and I got a lot of answers from him. He was he was a believer. He he told me once on the program Diana that he had never seen one when he was on the moon. But that he knows people within government that he trusts. Who have told him this is happening. And that's why he was such a staunch believer. Yes. Definitely just amazing possibilities. But we've lost a lot of great people like John Mack who was an expert in abductions psychiatrist but Hopkins he's he's no longer with us in just so many people have passed on. Who were great researchers in this field? And I hope we can continue to carry the torch for them. They were definitely great. Absolutely. When you started doing your research into this. And in the point where you are today. How does technology fit into this? Because it's one of your subtitles on your book. Yeah. So I believe that in the ways first of all our environment in which we live oftentimes determine how we do things how he tilted cities. So as I said, here's an example, if a lot of my students travel abroad, and sometimes they go to Italy they go to the Vatican. And they look at museums. And they see pictures of paintings of Saint Francis of Assisi being, you know, having stigmata, which is which are the ways of Christ. And by an angel in the sky, and if their grandparents which went there and saw the same painting. They would say, oh, that's an angel. You know, and he's getting stigmata the ways of Christ. But they look at it. And they say they take a picture of it. And they send it to me. They doctor to say this person is getting zapped by an alien aircraft. I mean, you know, look, it's very obvious. So so. So that's how the technology really crimes us in terms of how we interpret things. But you also have to part of the book is basically talking about the reality of the phenomenon. And those who studied it in ways that are what I would call invisible, and then the industry of UFO's, so there's a whole industry that produces what we believe to be. Well, this is what you should look like, you know. I mean, there was a study done by. They was National Geographic channel that ask the American public to comment on if an alien invasion. What would it be like and people said the exile? So they went directly to me technology to talk about you know, what it would be what it would look like. So I think that that. And also when we think of crack, we no longer think of like, oh, there's an angel in the sky, we think of advanced technology doing these kinds of things so. In every way technology figures into new what I call a new form of religion. It's not it's not a religion as we know it. It's a new form of religion. Let's take some calls for you this hour Joe in the Bronx. Let's get start at a New York Joseph. Hey to Hillary. I'm good. Thanks good. They wanted to ask you this question. Do you think that extraterrestrials are atheists agnostics or other religious in their own sense? Wow. That's a really great question. I actually have been asked that question before. And I would say that it would. So we've ever we went back to this discussion of if there's if there's one of a species of Mt. There probably are a few or many or you know, this is the universities vast. So I would think that that they might have just as me have an idea of where are, you know, questions that that that motivate people to p religious in the first place are widely here. I think that they would ask the same question, and they would have a similar, you know, type of response which was to create an idea of a creator, you know, to to have an idea of creator. Well, something created this reality. You know what? Now, whether or not that religion looks like any of the religions that we have here which differ as well. But is about as different from Christianity. You know as it gets. So I would imagine that their religion would be absolutely. This is a great question, by the way, absolutely something that we recognize. He would you say right now might be way at the forefront of these kinds of investigations. You mean to religion and the phenomenon where the phenomenon is bell phenomena itself. And you're absolutely the government is is at the forefront. They are. I mean, not disclose Diana. Why not just tell us? I think that probably you know, I seriously. I think that they don't know, this is my own opinion. Okay. I think that they don't know what they are as well. And they're working on it. And I think they are working on it at eleven that is not they're very good at it in terms of not disclosing. But they're also quite honest about it, and I respect that honesty. Right. We're not going to say or you know, we're just not going to have a position on it. And you know, you have to respect that. Because what did they say, you know, we don't know? I I don't think they want to be in that position of saying that. But maybe they do know. I don't know I do know people who do working, you know, like programs and whatnot. And they don't know what each other do basically. And so that's how you keep it secret. I mean, we're talking about when you know in the I teach chapters of my book, actually, the first chapter I talked about bringing academic together with a few of these people, and I recognized right away. How Fred different these communities of inquiry are so on the one hand the academics. Are you know? Hey, we're going to, you know, tell everybody what we know. He's published it and on the other hand, you're not publishing this, you know, so we had to take oath of. Okay. We won't say any certain things. So since so. Yeah. So he's you know, he's secrecy. We have lived with them since I think, you know, what we're the first secret society back, Honey. Thousands of years ago, you know. We'll school Henry's with us in north Hollywood, California. Hi, Henry, go ahead. Hello. Dr I wanted to rela- account in two thousand seven in which I had visit Titian in offered air force base little green Manson on and on. You know, I can't really be certain. If it was a man, but one thing that I found interesting is that the being made a chiming like noise that I've always been fascinated with it. It's totally incomprehensible to any sort of languages, no prefix or suffix that I could figure out it was very brief. But the telepathy was very strong, very deep in the voice timber versus the high pitch chimes that I've heard mimic one time on coast to coast with a even possessed girl. And so I was curious about that. If anyone has reported kind of the exorcist them element or spiritual because during the encounter, I could feel the need to scream, but I couldn't. Scream, and then what I felt like a forced out of body experience. And I've never been this since then. In this in this experience. Every was was it accidental or was planned, though, this I think this happened in my dorm room. I think it's probably a phenomenon beyond the air force. I want to say that you to the nature of my work that whatever it is. It was monitoring me possibly my family 'cause my mother had reported in since similar to this. And in fact, I had another encounter in two thousand fifteen so it's about every seven years. They almost exactly at the the guidebook that every seven years. I get visitation. I'm kind of marking my calendar for later when we go. It's right, Diana. What do you think? Well, I do have to say that after my book was released. I was I have been contacted by a lot of people do are he talked about possession and exercise them. And and ironically, I was the history consulted on the first conjuring movie, which is really weird. And so and I do Catholic history. So this did you do you feel that this is a like a living bean, or do you feel that this is somehow technologically? I think it's a living being now one of the things is I've I've can kind of verify to my my own sense in that headto-head arms. A knows it wanted me to in. My mental commands to me stay down where I wanted to force myself up on the bed got very close to me. So I had one sort of ward phenomenon when I was eighteen which was I would sit in more like a craft of Merck above on. But to me, I would even consider extra dimensional sort of a living being, you know, we're constantly finding out life forms, and you know, this..

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13:45 min | 3 years ago

"dr dianna" Discussed on KTOK

"Back to coast to coast. We are with Dr Dianna push all talking about American icons Mik. Are there? Some religions Diana that are more apt to understand or believe extraterrestrials than others. Well, let's see I think that a lot of religion. Yes. I do think that I think that would ISM would would be okay with extraterrestrials and believe that I also know that in the history of Christianity do have some Christian denominations Swedenborg as them where the founder of that religion. The this isn't a seventeen hundred zero founded this denomination of Christianity time, he basically believed in that. He was taken to other planets by angel. So and that there were beings on other planets. So there are other religions that would accept I do also think that different denominations of Christianity would be okay with with a belief in extra-terrestrial. I know that rather guy consul Magno and his colleague a priest Tom Mueller. I'm ready to book called would I baptize extraterrestrial and. And other questions, you know, we get at the Vatican observatory, and they would they would baptize UK. They would be the the Catholic church has done a dramatic about face about this haven't they? I'm not sure I mean, I actually went to the archive there at the twenty Catholic and also looks to their collection called extraterrestrial intelligence, and it's large and and it goes back a long time. And I think that I'm not sure they've made an about face. I think that they just don't make positions on their, you know, they're very careful about making position on something there. They just don't have a lot of information about though, I think that they're open to it. I know that they've hosted many many many conferences on a logical implications of extraterrestrial contact and they worked with NASA on that. And that type of thing, and I don't know if you ever knew the late, Dr Edgar Mitchell, the Apollo fourteen astronaut, but I've met him twice to use a staunch believer in extraterrestrial visitations. Yes. Absolutely. Early. Yes. I've in fact, I invited him to attend a conference about a year before he passed on. And he attended a Skype and a lot of my colleagues asked him questions. And I said no I asked him specifically about extraterrestrials. I said why you know, why do you believe that they're here? Why do you believe that they're interacting with our space technology, and you know, and I got a lot of answers from him. Oh, he was he was a believer. He he told me once on the program Diana that he had never seen one when he was on the moon. But that he knows people within government that he trusts who have told him this is happening. And that's why he was such a staunch believer. Yes. Definitely just amazing possibilities. But we've lost a lot of great people. Like, you know, John Mack who was an expert in leeann abductions psyche. Waitressed but Hopkins he's he's no longer with us. And just so many people have passed on who were great researchers in this field. And I hope we can continue to carry the torch for them. Q. They were definitely great. Absolutely. When you started doing your research into this. And in the point where you are today. How does technology fit into this? Because it's one of your subtitles on your book. Yes. So I believe that in the ways first of all our environment in which we live oftentimes determine how we do things how he tilted things. So as I said, here's an example, if a lot of my students travel abroad, and sometimes they go to Italy they go to the Vatican. And they look at museums. And they see pictures of paintings of Saint Francis of the Assisi being, you know, having stigmata which is which are the ones of Christ. And by an angel in the sky, and if their grandparents which went there and saw the same painting. They would say, oh, that's an angel. You know, and he's getting the stigmata the ways of Christ. But they look at it. And they say they take a picture of it. And they send it to. They doctor say this person is getting zapped by an alien aircraft. I mean, you know, look, it's very obvious. So so that's how the technology really crimes us in terms of how we interpret things. But you also have to part of the book is basically talking about the reality of the phenomenon and those who studied it in ways that are what I would call invisible, and then the industry of UFO's, so there's a whole industry that produces what we believe to be. Well, this is what you should look like, you know, I mean there was a study done by. They was National Geographic channel that asks the American public to comment on if there were an alien invasion. What would it be like and people said the exile? So they went directly to me technology to talk about you know, what it would be look what it would look like. So I think that that. And also when we think of crack. We no longer think of like, oh, there's an angel in the sky. We think of advanced technology doing these kinds of things. So in every way technology figures into new what I call a new form of religion. It's not it's not a religion as we know it. It's a new form of religion. Let's take some calls for you this hour Joe in the Bronx. Let's get started in New York. I hate to tell you. I'm good. Thanks good. It I wanted to ask you this question. Now, do you think that extraterrestrials are atheists agnostics or Audie religious in their own sense? Wow. That's a really great question. I actually have been asked that question before. And I would say that it would. So we we went back to this discussion of if there's if there's one of a species of into there, probably are a few or many, or you know, this is universities that. So I would think that that they might have just as me have an idea of where are the questions that that that motivate people to P religious in the first place are widely here. I think that they would ask the same question, and they would have a similar, you know, type of response which was to create an idea of a creator, you know, to I have an idea of a creator. Well, something created this reality. You know what? Now, whether or not that religion looks like any of the religions that we have here which differ as well. But is is about as different from Christianity. You know as it gets. So I would imagine that their religion would be absolutely. This is a great question, by the way, absolutely something that we recognize who would you say right now might be way at the forefront of these kinds of investigations. And you mean to religion and the phenomenon where the phenomenon is itself. Phenomena itself in your pin. I'll absolutely the government is is at the forefront. They are. I mean, why not disclose Diana? Why not just tell us? I think that probably. You know, I seriously, I think that they don't know, this is my own opinion. Okay. I think that they don't know what they are as well. And they're working on it. And I think they are working on it at a level. That is not they're very good at it in terms of not disclosing. But they're also quite honest about it, and I respect that honesty. Right. We're not going to say or you know, we're not gonna have a position on it. And you know, you have to respect that. Because what did they say, you know, we don't know? I I don't think they want to be in that position of of saying that. But maybe they do know. I don't know I do know people who do working, you know, like programs and whatnot. And they don't know what each other do basically. And so that's how you keep it secret. I mean, we're talking about when you know in the first two chapters of my book, actually, the first chapter I talked about bringing academics together with a few people, and I recognized right away. How incredibly different these communities of inquiry are so on the one hand the academics. Are you know? Hey, we're going to, you know, tell everybody what we know. He's published it and on the other hand, you're not publishing this, you know, so we had to take oath of. Okay. We won't say any certain things. So so yeah. So these are, you know, communities secrecy, we have lived with them since I think, you know, what we're the first secret society that hundred. Words of years ago. Yeah. School Henry's with us in north Hollywood, California. Hi, Henry, go ahead. Hello, dr. I wanted to relay in count in two thousand seven in which I had visit tation in offered air force base little green Manson on and on. You know, I can't really be certain. If it was a man, but one thing that I found interesting is that the being made a chiming like noise that I've always been fascinated with it. It's totally incomprehensible to any sort of language. No prefix or suffix that I could figure out it was very brief. But the telepathy was very strong, very deep in the voice timber versus the high pitched chimes that I've heard mimic one time on coast to coast with a demon possessed girl. And so I was curious about that. If anyone has reported kind of the exorcist them, element or spiritual because. During the encounter. I could feel the need to scream, but I couldn't scream and then what I felt like a forced out of body experience. And I've never been this since then. In this in this experience. Henry was was accidental or was planned, though, this I think this happened in my dorm room. I think it's probably phenomenon beyond the air force. I want to say that you to did nature of my work that whatever it is. It was monitoring me possibly my family because my mother had reported in since similar to this. And in fact, I had another encounter in two thousand fifteen so it's about every seven years. They almost exactly at the the guidebook that every seven years. I get visitation. I'm kind of marking my calendar for later when we go. It's right, Diana. What do you think? Well, I do have to say that after my book was released. I was I have been contacted by a lot of people who are he talked about possession and extra schism. And and ironically, I was the history consulted on the first conjuring movie, which is which is really weird. And so and I do Catholic history. So this did you do you feel that this is a like a living bean, or do you feel that this is somehow technologically? I think it's a living being now. One of the things is I've I've can kind of verify to my my own sense in that data head arms. A knows. It wanted me to in. My mental commands to me stay down where I wanted to force myself up on the bed got very close to me. So I had one sort of ward phenomenon when I was eighteen which was I would consider more like a craft of Mirka button on. But to me, I would even consider extra dimensional sort of a living being, you know, we're constantly finding out life forms, and you know, this. We might just be on the very cusp of that Darwin flip where we're going to just find out about life being co co defied beyond just carbon life forms that we are. See, that's that's exactly what I was trying to get out when I said, I was talking to my geneticists friend who was basically talking about the species filing jenness type of thing. And I believe that. Yeah. That that would be quite a revolution for us and wind expanding and my blowing..

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"dr dianna" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"dr dianna" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Ban. Welcome back to coast to coast. We with Dr Dianna PU Salka talk about American cosmic are there. Some religions Diana that are more apt to understand or believe extraterrestrials than others. I think that a lot of religion. Yes. I think that I think that is would would be okay with extraterrestrials and believe that I also know that in the history of Christianity do have some Christian denominations Swedenborg as where the founder that religion. This isn't a seventeen hundred zero founded this denomination of Christianity time, he basically believed in that. He was taken to other planets by angel. So and that there were beings on other planets. So there are other religions that would accept I do think that different denominations of Christianity would be okay with with the belief in extraterrestrials. I know that brother guy, contra Magno, and his colleague a priest Tom Mueller and write a book called what I bad ties in extra terrestrial. And other questions, you know, we get at the Vatican observatory, and they would they would baptize. The the Catholic church has done a dramatic about face about this. I'm not sure I mean, I actually went to archive their recording Catholic doll in their collection called extraterrestrial intelligence, and it's large, and and it goes back a long time. And I think that I'm not sure they've made it about safe. I think that they just don't make positions on their, you know, they're very careful about making position on something there. They just don't have a lot of information about. So I think that they're open to it. I know that they've hosted many many many conferences on the logical implications of extraterrestrial contact and they worked with NASA on that. And that type of thing. I don't know if you ever knew the late, Dr Edgar Mitchell, the Apollo fourteen astronaut, but he was twice to use a staunch believer in extra-terrestrial visitations. Yes. I've in fact, I invited him to attend a conference about a year before she passed on. And he attended a Skype and a lot of my colleagues asked him questions, and I simply said. About extraterrestrial. They said what you know. Why do you believe that they're here? Why do you believe that they're interacting with our space technology, and you know, and I got a lot of answers from oh, he was he was a believer. He he told me once on the program Diana that he had never seen one when he was on the moon. But that he knows people within government that he trusts who have told him this is happening in. That's why he was such a staunch believer. Yes. Definitely just amazing possibilities. But we've lost a lot of great people. Like, you know, John Mack who was an expert in abductions psychiatrist but Hopkins he's he's no longer with us. And just so many people have passed on. Were great researchers in this field. And I hope we can continue to carry the torch for them. They were definitely great. Absolutely. When you started doing your research into this. And in the point where you are today. How does technology fit into this? Because it's one of your subtitles on your book. I believe that in the ways first of all our environment in which we live oftentimes determine how we do things how he took it. So as I said, here's an example, if a lot of my students travel abroad, and sometimes they go to Italy to go to the Vatican look at museums. And they see pictures of painting of St Francis of Assisi being, you know, having to stigmata, which is which are price and by an angel in sky. And if they're grandparents went there and saw the same painting. They would say, oh, that's an angel. You know, and he's getting the stigma of Christ. But they look at it. And they say.

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"dr dianna" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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13:17 min | 3 years ago

"dr dianna" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"To coast. We are with Dr Dianna push Salka talking about American icons mic. Are there? Some religions Diana that are more apt to understand or believe extraterrestrials than others. Well, let's see I think that a lot of religion. Yes. I do think that I think that would would would be okay with extraterrestrials and believe that I also know that in the hit your Christianity do have some Christian denominations Swedenborg ageism where the founder of that religion. The this isn't a seventeen hundred zero founded this denomination of Christianity. He basically believed in that. He was taken to other planets by angels. So and that there were being on other planets. So there are other religions that would accept I do also think that different denominations of Christianity would be okay with with the belief in extraterrestrials. I know that rather guy consul Magno and his colleague a priest Tom Mueller. I'm ready to book called what I baptize in extra-terrestrial. And other questions, you know, we get at the Vatican observatory, and they would they would baptize. They would be the the Catholic church has done a dramatic about face about this haven't they? I'm not sure I mean, I actually went to the archive there at the service, warning Catholic and also and look to their collection called extraterrestrial intelligence, and and it's large and and it goes back a long time. And I think that I'm not sure they've made an about face. I think that they just don't make positions on their, you know, they're very careful about making a position on something there. They just don't have a lot of inflammation about. So I think that they're open to it. I know that they've hosted many many many conferences on illogical implications of extraterrestrial contact and they worked with NASA on that. And that type of thing. I don't know if you ever knew the late, Dr Edgar Mitchell, the Apollo fourteen astronaut, but I've met him twice views a staunch believer in extraterrestrial visitations. Yes. Absolutely. Yes. I've in fact, I invited him to attend a conference about a year before he passed on. And he attended a Skype and a lot of my colleagues asked him questions. And I said no I asked him specifically about extraterrestrials. I said what you know. Why do you believe that they're here? Why do you believe that they're interacting with our space technology, and you know, and I got a lot of answers from him. He was he was a believer. He he told me once on the program Diana that he had never seen one when he was on the moon. But that he knows people within government that he trusts. Who have told him this is happening. And that's why he was such a staunch believer. Yeah. Definitely just amazing possibilities. But we've lost a lot of great people. Like, you know, John Mack who was an expert in leeann abductions psychiatrist but Hopkins, he's he's no longer with us. And just so many people have passed on who were great researchers in this field. And I hope we can continue to carry the torch for them. Okay. They were definitely great. Absolutely. When you started doing your research into this. And in the point where you are today. How does technology fit into this? Because it's one of your subtitles on your book. Yeah. So I believe that in the ways first of all our environment in which we live oftentimes determine how we do things how he things. So as I said, here's an example, if a lot of my students travel abroad, and sometimes they go to Italy they go to the Vatican. And they look at museums. And they see pictures of paintings of Saint Francis of Assisi being, you know, having to stigmata, which is which are the ways of Christ. And by an angel in sky. And if their grandparents went went there and saw the same painting. They would say, oh, that's an angel. You know, and he's getting stigmata the weeds of Christ. But they look at it. And they say they take a picture of it. And they send it to me. They doctor say this person is getting zapped by an alien aircraft. I mean, look, it's very obvious. So. So that's how the technology really primes us in terms of how we interpret things. But you also have to part of the book is basically talking about the reality of the phenomenon. And those who stay it in ways that are what I would call invisible. And then the industry of you. So there's a whole industry that produces what we believed to be. Well, this is what you should look like, you know, there was a study done by. It was National Geographic channel that ask the American public to comment on if there were an alien invasion. What would it be like and people said the exile? So they went through to me technology to talk about you know, what it would be what it would look like. So I think that that. And also when we think of crack, you know, we no longer think of like, oh, there's an angel in the sky, we think of advanced technology doing these kinds of things so. In every way technology figures into new what I call a new form of religion. It's not it's not a religion as we know it. It's a new form of religion. Let's take some calls for you this hour Joe in the Bronx. Let's get started in New York Joseph. Hey, George, how are you? I'm good. Thanks good. It I wanted to ask you this question. Now, do you think that extraterrestrials are atheists agnostics or other religious in their own sense? Wow. That's a really great question. I actually have been asked that question before. And I would say that it would. So remember, we went back to this discussion of if there's if there's one of a species into there, probably are a few or many, or, you know, this is the is that so I would think that that they might have just as many have an idea of where are, you know, questions that that that motivate people to p religious in the first place our wire, we here, I think that they would ask the same question, and they would have a similar, you know, type of response which was to create an idea of a creator. You know, I have an idea of a creator. Well, something created this reality. You know what? Now, whether or not that religion looks like any of the religions that we have here which differ as well. You know is about is different. From christianity. You know as a get. So I would imagine that their religion would be absolutely. This is a great question, by the way, absolutely something that we recognize who would you say right now might be way at the forefront of these kinds of investigations. And you mean to religion and the phenomenon where the phenomena it south phenomena itself in European absolutely. The government is is at the forefront up there. Aren't they? They are. I mean, why not disclose Diana? Why not just tell us? I think that probably. You know, I seriously, I think that they don't know, this is my own opinion. Okay. I think that they don't know what they are as well. And they're working on it. And I think they're working on it at a level. That is not they're very good at it in terms of not disclosing, their also, quite honest about it, and I respect that honesty. Right. We're not going to say or you know, we're just not going to have a position on it. And you know, you have to respect that. Because. What could they say? You know, we don't know. I I don't think they want to be in that position of saying that. But maybe they do know. I don't know I do know people who do work in you know, like programs and whatnot. And they don't know what each other do basically. And so that's how you keep it secret. I mean, we're talking about when you know in the first two chapters of my book, actually, the first chapter I talk about bringing academic together with a few people and I recognize right away. How incredibly different these communities of inquiry are so on the one hand the academics. Are you know? Hey, we're going to, you know, tell everybody what we know. He's published it and on the other hand, you're not publishing this, you know, so we had to take oath of. Okay. We won't say any certain things. So since so. Yeah. So these are, you know, communities that secrecy. We have lived with them since I think, you know, what we're the first secret societies bat hundred. Words of years ago, you know, which we'll school west now Henry's with us in north Hollywood, California. Hi, Henry, go ahead. Palu doctor. I wanted to relay an account in two thousand seven in which I had a visit Titian and offered air force base. Little green man phenomenon. You know, I can't really be certain. If it was a man, but one thing that I found interesting is that that being made a chiming like noise that I've always been fascinated with it. It's totally incomprehensible to any sort of languages, no prefix or suffix that I could figure out it was very brief. But the telepathy was very strong, very deep in the voice timber versus the high pitched chimes that I've heard mimic one time on coast to coast with a demon possessed girl. And so I was curious about that. If anyone has reported kind of the exorcist them. Element or spiritual because during the encounter, I could feel the need to scream, but I couldn't scream and then what I felt like a forced out of body experience. And I've never been this since then. In this in this experience. Henry was was it accidental or was planned, though, this I think this happened in my dorm room? I think it's probably a phenomenon beyond the air force. I wanna say that you to the nature of my work that whatever it is. It was monitoring me possibly my family 'cause my mother had reported in since similar to this. And in fact, I had another encounter in two thousand fifteen so it's about every seven years. They almost exactly added the the guidebook that every seven years. I get visitation. I'm kind of marking my calendar for later when we go. It's right now, Anna, what do you think? Well, I do have to say that after my book was released. I was I have been contacted by a lot of people who are he talked about possession and extra schism. And and ironically, I was the history consulted on the first conjuring movie, which is which is really weird. And so and I do Catholic history. So this did you do you feel that this is a like a living bean, or do you feel that this is somehow technological? I think it's a living being now one of the things is I've I've can kind of verify to my my own sense in that head arms. A knows. It wanted me to in. My mental commands to me stay down where I wanted to force myself up on the bed got very close to me. So I had one sort of war phenomenon when I was eighteen which was I would sit in more like a craft Merck above on. But to me, I would even consider extra dimensional sort of a living being, you know, we're constantly finding out life forms, and you know, this..

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06:30 min | 3 years ago

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"Coast to coast. We're with Dr Dianna schoellkopf talking about American cosmic are there. Some religions Diana that are more apt to understand or believe extraterrestrials than others. Well, let's see I think that a lot of religion. Yes. I do think that I think that would would be okay with extraterrestrials and believe that I also noted that in the hit your Christianity do have some Christian denominations, we boarded them where the founder that religion. This isn't a seventeen hundred founded this denomination of Christianity. He basically believed in that. He was taken to other planets by angel. So and that there were being on other planets. So there are other religions that would accept I do also think that different denominations of Christianity would be okay with with a belief in extraterrestrials. I know that rather die consul Magno, and his colleague a priest Tom Mueller and write a book called what I bad ties and extra terrestrial. And other questions, you know, we get at the Vatican observatory, and they would they would baptize. They would be the the Catholic church has done a dramatic about face about this haven't they? I'm not sure I actually went to the archives there at the sporting at tesla Golfo and look through their collection called extraterrestrial intelligence, and and it's large and and it goes back a long time. And I think that I'm not sure they've made about safe. I think that they just don't make positions on their, you know, they're very careful about making a position on something there. They just don't have a lot of information about though, I think that they're open to it. I know that they've hosted Nagy many many conferences on the logical implications of extraterrestrial contact and they worked with NASA on that. And that's the thing. I don't know if you ever knew the late, Dr Edgar Mitchell, the Apollo fourteen astronaut. I've met him twice. He was a staunch believer in extraterrestrial visitations. Yes. Absolutely. Yes. I've in fact, I invited him to attend a conference about a year before she passed on. And he attended the Skype and a lot of my colleagues asked him questions. And I simply said I asked him specifically about extraterrestrials. I said what you know. Why do you believe that they're here? Why do you believe that they're interacting with our space technology, and you know, and I got a lot of answers from oh, he was he was a believer. He he told me once on the program Diana that he had never seen one when he was on the moon. But that he knows people within government that he trusts who have told him this is happening in. That's why he was such a staunch believer. Yes. Definitely. Just amazing possibilities. But we've lost a lot of great people. Like, you know, John Mack who is an expert in abductions psychiatrist but Hopkins he's he's no longer with us. And just so many people have passed on who were great researchers in this field. And I hope we can continue to carry the torch for them. They were definitely great. Absolutely. When you started doing your research into this. And in the point where you are today. How does technology fit into this? Because it's one of your subtitles on your book. Yes. So I believe that in the ways first of all our environment in which we live oftentimes determine how we do things Turpin thing. So as I said, here's an example, if a lot of. Oh, my students travel abroad. And sometimes they go to Italy to go to the Vatican look at museums. And they see pictures of paintings of Saint Francis of Assisi being, you know, having to stigmata, which is which are the Christ. And by an angel in sky. And if their grandparents went there and saw the same painting. They would say, oh, that's an angel. You know, and he's getting stigmata the weeds of Christ. But they look at it. And they say they take a picture of it. And they send it to. They say this person is getting zapped by an alien aircraft. I mean, you know, look, very obvious. So so that's how the technology really primes us in terms of how we interpret things. But you also have to part of the book is basically talking about the reality of this phenomena. And those study it in ways that are what I would call invisible. And then the industry. Of you. So there's a whole industry that produces what we believe to be. Well, this is what you should look like, you know, there was a study done by National Geographic channel that ask the American public to comment on if we're an alien invasion. What would it be like and people said the exile? So they went directly to new technology to talk about you know, what it would be what it would look like. So I think that that. And also when we think of crack, we no longer think of like, there's an angel in the sky, we think of advanced technology doing these kinds of things so in every way technology figures into new what I call a new form of religion. It's not it's not a religion as we know it. It's a new form of religion. Let's take some calls for you this hour Joe in the Bronx. Let's get started in New York. Joseph. Good. Thanks. Good it. They want to question. Now. Do you think that extraterrestrials are atheists agnostics or.

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"dr dianna" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

13:10 min | 3 years ago

"dr dianna" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"George Noory with you, Dr Dianna, polka with us, professor of religious studies at the university of North Carolina and chairperson of the department of philosophy and religion, her current research focuses on religious, supernatural belief in practice and its connections to digital technologies and environments as well their latest book is called American cosmic UFO's, religion, and technology and Diana. Welcome back to the program. Thank you so much. It's great to be here. Too hot. Did you mix? Your studies of religious studies with what we're talking about tonight. It's a fascinating mix. Sure, thanks for asking. So basically, I am a professor of Catholic. And what I did was been looking at, you know, the history of things that people say that are extrordinary like angels things like that. And I can't cross a lot of reports from history of aerial phenomena. So I kept a log of those in my last book on the doctrine of purgatory, which is a Catholic belief in after life had a lot of these types of reports. So what I did was look into that and came across jock valet, passports Goania, and I thought, wow, you know, look, so similar, and that's that's somewhat. What what started it? I thought about UFO's before. But I was also I I was a graduate student in the late nineteen nineties in silicon. Valley. And so I was an I was raised in California. So I was also around technology a lot, and I also understood religion as as not, you know, it's it emerges within an environment. So I thought, you know, this didn't believe now and you photos as kind of a new way of understanding aerial phenomena. It occurred to me to write about I thought that it would be a really great example to show that you know, how religion emerges from our environment. And that type of thing a lot of people had experiences of UFO's were they had religious experiences them. And so I thought it would be fairly easy to write. And but it became quite an interesting and strange book for me to write because there were a bunch of scientists that I met that gotten involved in it, and I decided to write about their beliefs and. There what they did. And that that's when it got really weird for me. And really fascinating and says that's the beginning of the Genesis the quote unquote, the book. It led you down a path that I didn't think you expected to go down. Did it? I didn't expect it at all. It was a really it was a fast pace book. Even took me a long time to ride. I started it in two thousand twelve but it just, you know, I'm I'm a fairly conservative scholar of religion. And I wasn't really expecting to me the people I met or two things that I did. And every chapter. You know with a surprise to me. And I guess that's how you know, your research should should people rewrite. That's right. Exactly. So it really it was it was researched that that changed? My life is a professor of religious studies religious, you believe in God. Well, that's a good question. So most professors of religion, you know, you you. So there's the all G, and it's different than religious studies. Really studies is the academic study of edits really interdisciplinary. So let's take my department, for example, we have an archaeologist we have historians sociologists, and, you know, cultural anthropologists things like that. So we we study it from different perspectives and methodologies, and sometimes we several of them to study religion and a lot I would say that the professors that I had at the university where I got my PHD which is Syracuse university. I say most of them were atheist for the most part ruler. Yeah. Or they were Ag node. But that doesn't mean that other people in religious studies aren't religious. So there are minute. Like it might apart. We have a couple of minutes, and, but they you know, they studying really gained from an account perspective. So I personally. I am religious. So I, you know, studying this and studying, but you know, he's thinking religion, a general complicate your faith because you're reading the text, and, you know, your your ring them from their original languages and a lot of times. They don't say what they they told you Sunday school. So you know, it it does challenge your faith. But, but I am I've been a Catholic. You know, my my whole life. I grew up Catholic, and this this just kind of reinforced my own belief it expanded it for sure. Got an Email listeners, Diana who wanted to know the difference between an atheist agnostic. And I would just tell them ATS is a non believer period where an agnostic once proof, right? Well, yeah. Says either both Greek terms atheism and Agnes ISM and in in the Greek language, if you putting a in front something, it means nothing. It means. No, whatever that is. No. So in a ES the God, an atheist does not believe in any type of God or sacred, daddy and Agnes diagnostics knowledge, and a NAS tick is a person who doesn't just doesn't doesn't know basically doesn't know they're open they want. They wanna know there. They would love answers. But they don't have it. Exactly. Exactly. So this is like I have a fifth year old daughter right now. And she's you know, you that's the timeframe when kids questioned things. And she says, I think I'm gonna agnostic and sure, you know, that's that's good. I think everybody should think if you take faith out of the picture for or the equation for a moment aren't most of us than agnostic. I think a lot of people are agnostic. Definitely, you know. I mean, definitely absolutely here. We are. You know, we're if we question why we're here we're being we're we're being or saying, I don't know why we're why Arlen care. And then a lot of have a religion that, you know, explain why? And that's the thing and some religious made the whole thing open like losing, you know, it says we don't know why we're here, but we are here. So. Yeah. So different religions answer the question in different ways, which I find fascinating. Well, and I think a lot of us. I do I have had experiences that kind of defies logic that you could call them and Djelic or some kind of intervention or something some kind of higher power that stepped in to do something for you. When you need it at the most some some scientists would say that's us. Our inner self has that ability to do that. I tend to think that there's something outside of this. That helps us. Yeah. That's the question question. Right. So that's the question that scholars asked. You know, is there, you know, is there something other than us that, you know, intervene talks to somehow communicate with us, and certainly designed to that I worked with for the book, the we that is the case. Now as you were writing American cosmic what was the initial approach when you first started. Well, okay. So does that was actually I hadn't intended to write the book. I I was actually going to write about a Catholic Bishop one of the first Bishop teeny United States in eighteen hundreds who was here. And he's a, you know, John England, very interesting guy. And I thought this would be a really great historical type of book to write. But the other stuff kept nagging me. And so I then win that direction and. And so that's how that happened. So I basically was that John Carroll? You're writing the book on. No, it was a it was a John England was his name, ironically, he's from Ireland, but his name was Johnny. When is really really interesting person. So anyway, in terms of writing a book, it was a what happened was that? I I attended a conference about UFO's, and I met I actually meet Chris. But so there, but I did hear him speak. I eventually I met him. In fact, very close to me. So we became friends, and yeah, and what happened was that? I recognize that his experience with no different than the experiences of the people whose reports were from say fourteen hundred fifty hundred and so I the next I did attend another conference and actually talk to him, and we had a wonderful conversation about is experience. But you know, he was quite confused because he was a Baptist. And his congregation didn't take kindly to his experiences. His UFO citing as it was demonic. And any also had an understanding that it was there was going to be some type of cataclysm, which a lot of people. Have these experiences field if you'd be John acts of duck Shen a lot of them feel like there's an environmental crisis. That's that's very impending. And so I was able to talk to a little bit about that. And said that a lot of people who have experiences, you know, it goes back thousands of years, actually as people have feelings of impending doom, and I made him feel a little bit better. And we we became friends, and I was able to see, you know, really because his his one of his sons went to university, and we became like family friends, and I I got to see from the inside what it was like for a person to go through this experience. You know, it was interesting. No when you were putting the book together what for you personally was your biggest surprise. The biggest surprise was. This was when I began to talk to Chris. And you know, we the came friends like I said he lives about an hour and a half from me. So we got the other lot. He was here to visit his son allot, so he became friends with me. And and also at the time my department chair, I I'm department chair now. But Dr George zero two is a New Testament scholars me testament, and Greek Orthodox priest. He also became a friend of of Chris's. And when they noticed was that there were there was continual circle of scientists who would come to speak with Chris and not just Chris but other experiences because by that time, I was meeting many many many experiences, and I thought what are they doing here? So I interview them, and I understood that what they were. Doing was basically trying to get information from the experiencers about the technology of crafts and the kinds of things that they saw the beings and things like that. And and in fact, I had been approached through by various scientists to ask me for research. Some of my research on say angels of the past and things like that. And I thought what did they possibly be looking for? And then I realized that they were you know, what in religious studies take metaphorically they were taking literally. And so I said that's one of the biggest prizes was that. The scientists were not being like religious studies professors. They were being like scientists. They were looking at this stuff like real like a real things, and they were actually seeing technologies, and I met people who actually created technologies that we use today from this. And that is is when it got really very mind-blowing for me and. When I was then that's when you could say that I became obsessed with with this type of research and started to look into it more and more, and and, you know, talk to the scientists, and and the experiencers said, that's that's what really hooked me..

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

"dr dianna" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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01:40 min | 3 years ago

"dr dianna" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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01:33 min | 3 years ago

"dr dianna" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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