17 Burst results for "John Max"

"john max" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

Black Mental Health Podcast

03:33 min | 4 months ago

"john max" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

"Them how to build their business from start to finish. Teach them how to promote it, how to market it, how to create the progress, all of it. All the above. He literally, you know, surprised me with this book and kind of like was asking for information and, you know, the kids in on it and it was kind of like a surprise and it was a book that he felt like, you know, we needed to create some, you know, millions of sustainability where people could have a way to always support us in a freely invited way where, you know, it's powerful that, you know, somebody that looked like us was able to accomplish, you know, building something like the treehouse and it was like a fairytale story. So to create that and it'd be a real thing and you could come to the trials and his tangible, you know, element that, you know, become a real thing in your life that you look in the book and then you can actually see the person you can see the kids in a book and you can see the treehouse and it's a real thing and it was necessary because it's motivational for the kids and it makes sense for, you know, when he was trying to do for as far as like, you know, us always me and funding because the kids cost money and, you know, quite frankly, we need money to do the things that we do. And it was also a means to, you know, continue funding. And having a way pour into our what we have, what we had roll on without it be like pulling tea for, you know, you know what I mean? Yo, shout out to Steve, shout out to his organization, shout out to John max. How to his wife that just had a beautiful baby. And they still put that work in through the pandemic..

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"john max" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"john max" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"Thank you to my own year affair. John max the About the budget you what. You can afford If you're getting crowds of about. I two hundred dollars budget for one thousand because y- there's gonna be a shortfall unless you promote the hell out of it and you can get more people in a catch twenty two situation because if you budget for basically not as good a team. That's essentially what what what you get. I will not pay more than that. You get the level team you pay for. Yeah which is set. By over clubs fantasize what billingham twenty nine hundred nine. They built same to budget to budget. They can afford now okay. He was saying the struggle to finish bottom of the league. But because nobody nobody can deny that that was very very good rushing in twenty nine hundred and it was probably the most enjoyable season about watching. You have another season finishing towards the here you start hemorrhaging founds. That's catch twenty two situation isn't it don't says it's different times now. Matt's one league hasta weapon. Who wants to see it. Sixteen league make some decisions for two thousand twenty. The begin issues. Are they going to be nephrologist. Is one big league have to microphone. Find a way tonight because to me. The moment occurs structure of three legs. He's not working now. It's not working. I mean let's look at the positive thoughts of maximum big-league although it has to be done properly. Yep you can't you can't have a situation where one team is so far far ahead of but the the boston teams got no chance of winning any matches. You don't who's gonna come. Watch lights caribbean properly. It's got to be done fairly evenhandedly and different ways that can do the draft being one of them. Yes i think. I think is a good idea. where i was going..

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"john max" Discussed on Negotiating For Life

Negotiating For Life

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"john max" Discussed on Negotiating For Life

"Connors. A freshman in his varsity coach just recently pulled him aside. Ask him like. hey man. Are you open to being a a center. Would you feel about snapping the ball. The varsity coach is asking a freshman. Do you wanna do you wanna play with me. You wanna play with me. 'cause i see something you can do this. Connors gotten tough on the field. He's learned to put people on the on their backs when they need to be. He didn't have that kind of faith in himself but it was because we size potential success not as current abilities. We knew that had conner could develop and grow if he chose to. He would win when you start looking at people and seeing their their future possibilities not their current reality. You'll begin to have faith in them and when you do verbalize it which is another really important thing verbalizing what you see in them number to remember where you came from part of the reason that we have a hard time putting faith in others is that we like to always like well. At least i'm not like them and the minute we do that. We become judgmental we become we forget who we are and we start judging where they are but if i constantly remember that i am a work in progress i am someone that has to grow. I am someone who has not arrived yet. Because the minute you arrived you have nowhere else to go and you cannot grow so if you remember constantly that i have not yet arrived and you remember where you came from and how someone at some point lifted you up and said you can do this. I believe in you. You'll be quicker to do the same for others. I love how john max's stop pudding other people in their place and start putting yourself in their shoes. You've got to start seeing people in a different perspective. And you do that by looking at where you came from. Look at where you came from but you grow and so they can grow and number three starts setting positive higher expectations of them than they may have of themselves and start. Bullet verbalizing that belief in them when it comes to connor and see him kind of step backer or take a timid moment. I was very quick with my son to tell him. Hey you're better than that. Hey you're stronger than that. Hey i expect more of you because there's more in you. You can do this conor. But i'm not gonna let you. I'm not gonna laugh. Let you go halfway. You gotta go fool to go full out. And i see when you're going half way you gotta go full out. You can do this. But i believe i expect more out of you when you when you believe in people in you. Verbalize your belief in them. You also have the right. You earned the right to tell them like i've s- think you can do more than what you're doing right there. There is more in you. I want to give you a story to of into our time together and it was a person who is a business partner with me and she had some pretty big goals and so we were sitting down and was doing a mentor ship. Call with her. And i said you. Do you want to go after this..

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"john max" Discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"john max" Discussed on The Super Human Life

"How tall was arnold. Almost six two. Yeah we talked to two fifty. I know his stats No no no i'm kidding. I'm kidding so similar. To what kevin said and i don't know if we talked about this but instead of just answering your question i'm going to go down. This giant won't be too deep so the consistency flip. John max talks about this. He calls it the consistency. Flip and It's called the bow tie and they talk about it in real estate. All this different stuff but it's really simple but it's really profound and really important and the first thing i'll say before. I explained the consistency. Flip is something that i've come to realize again twenty twenty if we with consistency. All things are possible honestly without consistency. Almost nothing is and i've come to that awareness recently because in my head i'm like what makes me different about. Why do i believe capable of anything. I think it's because i'm playing a long game. I'm playing like i could in ten years from right now. All three of us could climb everest and come back alive and succeed if we did it right now. All three of us would die guaranteed. Why because we haven't trained we didn't. We don't have a guide. We've never climbed mountains before. At least i haven't right and you guys would die. I'll be dragging you guys. Obviously i haven't done cardio and a dog from from from from florida so we can help. You gotta drive three miles north of justice. Yeah exactly okay. So we would die. But here's the thing people make the mistake of saying. I can't climb mount everest. No you can't climb mount everest right now see okay so now let me explain the consistency flip quickly. And then i'll give you my actual goals for twenty twenty one. Which was the original question. Okay i want you to picture a bow tie so picture. An axe and y axis graph this for the math people out there. You'll love this okay. There's a upper right quadrant. There is a line from the bottom left to.

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"john max" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"john max" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"This is a good book, too. By the way John Max book called Aduction and he. He was a research psychiatrist. So. He called it the epistemological shock of recognizing that there's something here that you didn't know. And now you're open to the possibility that there is something beyond human. You know our intelligence whether or not it's. Human intelligence that comes from another part of our brains that we're not aware of or whether or not it's non human intelligence. All of a sudden that happens in a dirty when I met and studied with became friends with these people there. I. Don't I can't talk to tyler anymore, but I do. Talk to James is now one of my best friends, and so I developed a a group of people who studied this and yeah I became I. Don't know like an people say what is it? What is I don't know can tell you that there's something here. That's very strange and and yeah. I became shocked and further compelled to explore so. So do the two things one thing that come at your their white. Can't you talk to tyler anymore? Okay, so tyler has a job that requires a lot of secrecy. You know he can't There are things that he does that. He knows that people have clearances for a reason. He's got some clearances. And so after the book was done, and it became actually I. Honestly Thought Hardly anybody would read the book. I was like nobody's going to understand this book, but he's to read it, but I'm writing it anyway. And so I wrote it and then boom. It took off, and then tyler and I thought it was best not to associate. The other piece of this is to just finish out part of your story here. Tyler takes you and James to this place in the New Mexico. Desert James is scientist who is a laboratory that works on a pipe materials. You guys find some kind of alloy that the ideas at James has the capacity to actually see can be explained. This alloy is. And when he looks at it, he cannot and just for people to know. This is something that has mentioned also in these New York. Times stories at these allies are being studied that they're being found that there's confusion over what they are, and so like this. This is the part of the book that isn't somebody telling you something, but but but you seeing something and they're being at least some level of scientific. That whatever you're seeing is whatever it is just weird. Yes I. Mean I'm not coming out and saying that it's et material or anything like that I. Don't know all I know. Is that these very? credentialed people have used the best equipment they you know in the world to look at these things, and it's a conundrum to them. They don't even know what they are. They said you know I even quote James's Sane. You know which is pretty unbelievable. This couldn't be made in our universe like this. This is how strange it is. We really don't know what this is. So yes, that is exactly the case and they call the Meta materials by the things that I think the book is really interesting on and that I wanNA pull out here for people who whatever side of this there on their starting to get a little uncomfortable, even I right listen like well, you know i. mean this is weird. I didn't see.

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"john max" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"john max" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Seen it and I want you to watch it the topic was censorship is so very very timely and especially given who all current guest is he is the man behind a new social media platform relatively new one called Paula he is John Max John welcome to America first thank you thanks for any on Gorka did you go to school with me in the U. K. is that how you talk to people tonight I call him out so that I could imagine it made but it was close but is that what I called you do like twenty minutes what do I call you John matzah you got me on that okay so what you call me Gorka I don't know I thought it was appropriate Paul Maina may I don't want to get into a brawl back like when we were at the White House in the rose garden and you are and fifty cups with the playboy editor who is real why would I do that John mates why would I do that to you because I I I usually don't get a dress like that unless you went to school with I just waited out of its American thing but if you go to school with me you can call me Gorka otherwise it said Sebastian Dr G. just not mats because I've never called you mates okay John talk about to me about Pala what is happening to your new social media platform in the recent days and and why did you create it so yeah it goes back to twenty eighteen when when basically the social publications were out you know they start showing signs that they were gonna start censoring people particularly back in twenty eighteen it was more harsh the media outlets including tremendous amounts of money you know as the and go over and you change and completely grow them off their high revenue streams wondering how it came from that brought us to where we are today which is basically just been increased censorship over time and how many users have you developed so far we're right around a million users we have well I was really impressed it is very active user count which is that over a hundred fifty thousand a day right now and what's the difference gives a comparison to Twitter is it a is it a mirror image of Twitter without censorship or does it have different utilities told us about Paula P. A. R. L. E. R. what's what are the differences and similarities so it's gonna feel very similar to look know what you might be used to it what are but the experience is very different what's more flat so I pulled up hierarchical social media or social publication I got now after everything will be done and I like to call the more hierarchical because you're only really saw a nice check mark on there get as much of a following retention that they that they want on the parlor trick what is the there's no real algorithm that messes with the order of contact all chronological so it's based off of the time it comes in the time it comes out and that's it and you can filter based off of your favorites by using the color subscribe to only get a push notification every time they post look at your own speed for those special users and there's also a clear the clutter feed and everything basically all critically unbiased that's a huge difference and that is this is this just another version of gap because people have been telling me for ages Hey don't the G. you gotta get on gab gotta get away from the censorship what what's the difference at it tell us why people should join Paula well or not stay on Twitter what's your page what's your elevator pitch well consider that part for more apps focused their more web based so we have a lot of app users you can find us on the apple store or Google play store we're also based more on the FCC and spring court so we don't do things like **** and nudity I don't know what their rules are exactly but we basically have modeled everything after the FCC there's a very different demographic group on there than there is on parler parlor you'll find more libertarians and conservatives a lot of trump supporters well I'm not sure about that other platforms what is the U. S. because you just said it's a different demographic so has a demographic different well I'm not sure what their core demographic is but it felt very different when I spent a brief moment there that's all okay I and spent much time investigating all right so you anybody can download this app it's called Paula would give us in the last thirty seconds why people should either have both accounts they should have Twitter and Paula well why they should move to your platform well I mean look at with everything that's going on it's clear Twitter doesn't want people on the platform staying on Twitter to to fight is kind of a ludicrous idea considering you're fighting a brick wall private company they have their own rules they set those up got clear guidelines and then actively taken actions against conservatives in my opinion staying just on that platform is getting all the power to that company and I company can do whatever they want and you can see today even after the the executive order yesterday they're going after the president again today because they said you know why you're still here is there on the platform so most people start diversifying they're still gonna have the power to do this regardless of what rules regulations or anything else and so we think it's really time for people to diversify their social media experience and focus on somebody who also cares about your privacy you're not selling your private data like your cell phone information or there's no everything's pried apart he is he is John might C. E. O. all Pollock check it out I don't subscribe to the fact that you're banging your head against a brick wall because the private company because in a fight between Jack Dorsey and Donald Trump I know who I'm putting my money on I'm smashing will confirm the status to.

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"john max" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"john max" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Watch it the topic was censorship is so very very timely and especially given who all current guest is he is the man behind a new social media platform relatively new one called Paula he is John Max John welcome to America first thank you Benjamin Gorka did you go to school with me in the U. K. is that how you talk to people and I'm not going to Matt's did I call the match it is made but it was close but is that what I called you like twenty minutes what do I call you John matzah he called me John that okay so what you call me Gorka I don't know I thought it was appropriate Paul minded me I don't want to get into a brawl back like when we were at the White House in the rose garden and you are and fifty cups with the playboy editor who is real why would I do that John mates why would I do that to you because I I I do you don't get a dress like that unless you went to school with just wait it out of its American thing but if you go to school with me you can call me Gorka otherwise it said Sebastian Dr G. just not mats because I'd never call you mates okay John talking to me about Paula what is happening to your new social media platform in the recent days and and why did you create it so yeah it goes back to twenty eighteen when when basically the social publications were out you know they start showing signs that they were gonna start censoring people particularly back in twenty eighteen it was more harsh to media outlets including tremendous amounts of money you know as the as the older and you change and completely grow them off their high revenue streams once we kind of came from that brought us to where we are today which is basically just been increased censorship over time and how many users have you developed so far we're right around a million users we have was really impressive is very active user count which is that over a hundred fifty thousand a day right now and what's the difference gives a comparison to Twitter is it a is it a mirror image of Twitter without censorship or does it have different utilities told us about Paula P. A. R. L. E. R. what's what are the differences and similarities so it's gonna feel very similar to look you know what you might be used to it what are but the experience is very different what's more flat so I called in a lot of hierarchy will social media or as a social publication I got now after everything that they've done and I like to call the more hierarchical because you're only really saw a nice check mark on there just as much of a following retention that they that they want on the parlor it's very flat because the old ones no real over the messes with the order of contact logical so it's based off of the time it comes in the time it comes out and that's it and you can filter based off of your favorites by using those colors and tried to get a push notification every time they post and you get your own feet four of those special users and there's also a clear the clutter feed and everything basically all critically unbiased that's a huge difference and that is this is this just another version of gap because people have been telling me for ages Hey doctor G. you gotta get on gab gotta get away from the censorship what what's the difference tell us why people should join Paula will or not stay on Twitter once you'll page what's your elevator pitch well consider that part for more apps focused their more web based so we have a lot of app users you can find us on the apple store or Google play store we're also based more on the FCC and Supreme Court so we don't do things like **** and nudity I don't know what their rules are exactly but we basically have modeled everything after the FCC there's a very different demographic group on there than there is on parler parlor you'll find more libertarians and conservatives a lot of trump supporters well I'm not sure about that other platforms what is the U. S. because you just said it's a different demographic so has a demographic different well I'm not sure what their core demographic is but it felt very different when I spent a brief moment there that's all okay I and spent much time investigating all right so you anybody can download this app it's called Paula that would give us in the last thirty seconds why people should either have both accounts they should have Twitter and Paula well why they should move to your platform well I mean look at with everything that's going on it's clear Twitter doesn't want people on the platform staying on Twitter to to fight is kind of a ludicrous idea considering you're fighting a brick wall or private company they have their own rules they set those up got clear guidelines and then actively taken actions against conservatives in my opinion staying just on that platform is getting all the power to that company and I company can do whatever they want as you can see today even after the the executive order yesterday they're going after the president again today because they said you know what you're still here honestly on the platform so most people start diversifying they're still gonna have the power to do this regardless what rules regulations anything else passes and so we it's really hard for people to diversify their social media experience the focus on somebody who also cares about your privacy you're not selling your private data like your cellphone information or there's no everything's pried apart he is he is John the mates C. E. O. of Pollock check it out I don't subscribe to the fact that you're banging your head against a brick wall because the private company because in a fight between Jack Dorsey and Donald Trump I know who I'm putting my money on five Sebastian Gorka former strategist to president trump this is.

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"john max" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

10:52 min | 2 years ago

"john max" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"Is BITCOIN BITCOIN radio. It's your man Joe Blackburn. I'm joined by the scam manse. Jim Scam Pola. What's going on? Jim What do my man you gotta be careful communist scam mangum. People take that literally in this this neck of the woods. People don't take kindly the jokes about scams bear. Yes my name is Jim Scam. Poli welcome. BITCOIN radio I'm here to announce that I will be eating my own Dick by the end of this year. That's true you could take that to the bank. Thank you could put it in your pike. Okay they can cash the check on it Because I have integrity unlike certain other other people that will remain nameless. ooh sounds like John. Mack is getting called out by the great one. Jim Scam. Poli everybody now first and foremost before you. You say that you're more endanger people being mad that you're calling herself the scamander in front of them and it's really calling you that because other people like to be called the scam person. Listen you know guy or girl. So you're not in danger of like people getting mad at your bank the scam man. You could be like the anti scam in how about that. Can I call you the anti scam. Man I guests. I'll take it. I'll take it. I'm just I'm just trying to keep my image Johnny. My image in the CRYPTO space Unlike others unlike maxine unlike certain antivirus mogol moguls. That will remain nameless. And Wow I can't even I believe I mean. I know it's kind of on topic but I'm surprised. They haven't made him change his name or change the name. But I guess it's just branding at this point right. Yeah you can't change the McAfee brand. I mean dude. Have you ever watched his His videos on Youtube about like the commercials for McAfee and stuff No no there are incredible. I mean they're not just kind of incredible. They are incredible. There are the most bad ass. John Mack lighting hundred dollar bills on fire. There's fifty women women in like you know Bouda tire and his wife Janice who have got obviously got a chance to interview here interviewing both on here. You know his wife's kind of right there like just directing directing traffic. Do pull it up on Youtube Mammal sure and we could talk about John. Mexico's I still love John McAfee. I don't care what anybody says. You can't tell me you didn't know he wasn't. Yeah I know you're the Anti Gay man so therefore you know you can sniff out anti-spam all day long. You think he was really scamming folks. Well see my thing is like I know you already. You guys already talked about this on your previous show and I know people have already been kind of discussing and it's it's not not even so much that I'm disappointed in him saying he's not gonna eat his own Dick because obviously he wasn't gonna eat his own Dick. I'm not surprised by that and clearly. This is not going to happen uh-huh but I did expect him to. Maybe have a better payoff For the his statements the big thing I mean the thing that I'm more disappointed appointed in is that. He's trying to throw bitcoin under the bus in a way Instead of just saying like hey talking shit trying to get attention in you eight right right out of my hands. He has to be like yeah. You know I'm not gonNA eat my own Dick but also coined socks like I mean. I'm paraphrasing here. But you know what does he say. Dates and ancient technology new oblige privacy. Smart contracts disrupted APPs and more and more bitcoins. Our Future was the model. TV The future automobile. So he's kind of trying to disconnect himself completely and that's not making points there are some points we've talked about on this very show about bitcoin in in general how it is Kinda slow and maybe not as efficient to get more widespread like. It's one of the big hurdles for mass adoption chirp Again I'm just I get the Dick thing that's all about getting the attention. I just feel like they need bitcoin under the bus. And that's what hurts. That's the knife in the heart that he's twisted and turned well. Let me tell you Jim and although I appreciate your assessment and I don't disagree with why you say those things. I can tell you this since John McAfee said that. BITCOIN is up to eighty three hundred dollars do that. That's not that's not because of McAfee. You're no there. There's some very serious things happening in this. Obviously which I don't want to make light of but you know what that's genius and I'm sure McAfee that's could be his next step as next tweet like. Oh look what's happening and I make a little comment And look at the look at the pricing. AM is genius. But you mean like Jim. Let's be real though on. Hold on hold on hold on let me ask you let me ask you real quick. What's up ash by the way? So if you're John McAfee clearly whether you win or lose the bet I mean first off not winning. The bet you know is irrelevant. Where if you win the bet you just look complete bad ass in your super-rich it right now along with everybody else but like we know for a fact as you already knowledge John McAfee was not physically going to chop his flesh off? I I don't care if it was a finger. That was his bet let alone his sexual organ that he still apparently is able to use at a very high level according to in numerous reports. Nothing I I've seen the netflix documentary. Okay I mean we all have for one way or the next now if anybody thought or consider consider this to be legitimate bet clearly you know though I think even those giving them the hardest I were or reject or joking in their own right but the attention and the excitement and the rob behind that I don't that's a that's a donald trump style of of marketing. I guess you could say right. I mean love doesn't matter. This is relevant to politics. That's how donald trump gets across. That's how John mcphee crosses a lot of similarities. I talked about this before but but it works. It freaking works. Guess How many times people talk about on t alone John. He's going to chop chop off. They can eat it. He's GonNa lose the bet on every day. There's twenty six posts of the exact same thing. Oh the ticketing and as I said I believe probably one of the main reasons why John Max finally came out and said it was because somebody was making money off the dictating dot com. Yeah I just I get I guess again. I think I just gave him credit because I thought maybe you'd have a better bit to pay it off. Somehow he could have been created with it. I agree he could have been creative and again I just I do take a little umbrage because I feel like he. He tried to save face by throwing bitcoin under the bus. But I mean I guess he does say like Hey. My plan was to get wider spread adoption. And I kind of did that. I mean you can't really deny he did get people talking like you just said although was it the the McAfee marketing Train or was it. The you know crypto. BITCOIN marketing to train that he was pushing. Okay so I I'm of the opinion and I I hate to even go on record since we are live in. This'll be the podcast tomorrow. Ah but I believe that Alz are really really close. Not all most all aucoin should not make the move up but a lot volts that have weathered the storm that have weathered this winter. Bitcoin hasn't been a winner by the way Bitcoin went from three thousand one hundred dollars ars and December two thousand eighteen and alter twenty nine hundred. All it did was go up. It went up a lot. Came Back Down retrace little bit and then we've had a really positive start at twenty twenty nineteen and it's really awesome to be able to say by the way Jim that twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen twenty nineteen. We've had this just gradual even even through that amazing bull run at twenty seventeen. We've had this really. I would say pretty pleasant experience. It's besides one and a half months of awesomeness and it was incredible and Jim. It was incredible all those moments in time watching bitcoin past hand and go to nineteen like in a week. That was incredible dude right but unfortunately worship happened now because now we're all sitting here like twenty seventeen but we're higher than we were before that massive mass run past ten thousand nine hundred six so I I mean this is this is healthy man like we're a healthy zone with consolidated we retraced. We've we've come back up we've reconsolidated we've shown that there's some strength. I think that six seven and eight you know. Hopefully we'll hold eighty three hundred and And I just look at like the market as it's it's potentially about the move now. What if that's what McAfee henning? What if he's like? Hey vick old that's how do you. How do you get people to re tweet and talk and get mad say bitcoins? The olden. Can't you can't work anymore. And what have McAfee is really just a champion of people. What if or or what? What if what if he's just a you know EGO MANIAC Attention Hungry Old Man old crazy man. You know what if now I mean. Don't get me wrong I yes I mean. It's probably all true to an extent. I don't think he hates people. I don't think he he. He wants people to get hurt but I don't think he he cares for anything. Other than I. First and foremost I will say this. He does give a shit about privacy and liberty he cares about those things not just for himself for everybody. There is an ideology there that he stands behind that that is what he believes. Leaves Kennedy get rich doing it. That's what I also think that he's one hundred percent behind that so anyways as we kind of moved past topic I don't I don't necessarily mean that we have to leave it but I I will say I don't hate the way that he's done. It brings a lot of attention and it causes a lot of drama which works well for Social Media folks and I don't mean to put you on the spot and I guess you don't have what answers they wait on it but I watched the documentary. Is John McAfee a murderer. What is John McAfee murderer? He's a murderer right and coming in and out Bro. You're coming in out. Obviously there's a lot of people who think he is. He was never well. Did I mean even. The documentary wasn't literally him. Who killed him right? Okay I didn't realize is that. Yeah he.

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"john max" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

12:53 min | 3 years ago

"john max" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"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? So the title you, you know, you don't title before you write it, you kind of title come. Did 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 to get 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 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 he didn't believe in anything like this. But actually, if you go back to the brilliant people who did did elti technologies, they weren't they did have any 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 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 American causing, you know, American cosmic his he he studied the Russian cosmic program. And I studied American perfect dawn Kent, Ohio it away, Donald rather George great programs, and they do interesting, Diana just want to ask you a few names out there for you about the side effects of the UFO going up Roman Catholic I used to be fascinated by some of the exploits of the 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. Talking with Tommy about Stanton Friedman. He said they made a statement always impacting says view, those were beneficial. Why didn't they stop the holocaust? And then we got Jack Mullane he says there was a connection the merry UFO connection. And so what is your take on the spirituality of the up? Both. Right. So I actually use a lot of the work of jock valet in my book. And I talk about the Marian apparitions and how they if you do look at. That's the thing about the Catholic history. If you look at the original sources of a lot of dot really dot Matic events, like Mary, I mean, tree of Abbas, you know, ecstasy you'll if you read with Yaffe says about it it looks like it's from John max objection book. Right. So it looks very UFO ash. 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, you know, 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 a varieties of these eighteen as well. And he said there were bad ones. And they were good ones. And there were a lot of them were superior to human. 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 and so I think the correlations there 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 university structured. I think is I believe that with this 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 being that that this on other planets, and they 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 year? I I would I would go for the more dimension thing. I'm I'm more of the multi 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 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 he talked 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. About they do, and I and they don't appear to be. Mostly solid on this. I mean, they looked like solid are. 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 so I'm that's where I'm out 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 any all are. Let's go to Joe in Long Island, New York. Hey joseph. Go ahead. Yeah. Hi, diana. Seems like that being cleaned in like in Star Trek. Scotty. What about that book accounts of angels that seems like take for example, tall it would way? Feel it seemed like way feel hung out for the whole issue of issues involved, which the outcome of which was debatable and stayed on topic. He didn't start talking about the Yankee game that game. You know, he's stuck with the topic. So that seems to be a theme throughout many book or council Daniels. And then what technology that I have an app Rangel's on the month on the contact Angels'. Probably not yet not yet. But probably soon. In fact, he probably just gave somebody a good idea. Gela campy. Yeah. They're gonna make millions of dollars on it hill. Let me think about that. Okay. So when I I've written about angels, I publish papers about you know, how people perceive angels. And and I've been reading about it in my book about purgatory. You know, what our angels. So you know, what what are they and anything you look at the biblical town. You'll see that they differ, right? That the different accounts. Are you know, sitting 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 even before I began the study and my daughter's fifteen hours really young and we're playing into playground. 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. 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 this actually terrifying. 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 I was shocked by that. 'cause I thought well, I wasn't intending to talk to Tyler 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 the forces about the meal find that they're 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 just abused. People of what you know, a lot of my seems will come to class. They believe all these things about the bible, then we start to meet it. And they're like, I didn't know it said that. And I said yet it I'm not making it up. And I even tell the bring your own bible class read it. So did you ever talk with the berry downing Dr Barry Downey at all? Yeah. 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 the words, you know, the brew 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 in doing angels tomorrow night on the show. It doesn't end. I heard that. And I thought oh, yeah. You have to change in for that one to join Brielle to-, California. First time caller force, John. Go ahead. Hey, Mr. oriented, Dr Dianna high cold in about oh about a month ago and talked to in pun because I had some facts on its first, but. 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, the he chose to just write it off. He must have been in his strange mood. Always okay earth amongst the more than one thousand plants with intelligent life is the last one to have religion 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 religions take different forms based on that society within which they are practiced. So here we have is idea that religion will disappear. I'm not sure I think that is long as beings, and I'm not, and I'm including beings, not just does our conscious and self conscious. I think we're gonna wonder about our origins and.

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"john max" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

10:05 min | 3 years ago

"john max" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"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. In fact, he was 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 safe working hundred fifteen hundred and so I the next I did attend another conference then and actually talked 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 congregations didn't take kindly to his experience of 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 he's experiences field. If you'd be John max of duck in 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, 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 my 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 biggest prize 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. He was here to visit his son a lot. So he keeps friends with me. And also at the time my department chair. I I'm diploma chair now. But Dr George zero two is the New Testament scholars scholar me testament and Greek Orthodox fee, he also became a friend of of Chris's. And when he 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 will. Doing was basically trying to get information from the experiencers about the technology of fast, and the kinds of things that they saw the beings and things like that. And and in fact, I had been approach through by various scientists shoe asked me for research, some of my research on say angels of the past and things like that. And I thought what could they possibly be looking for? And then I realized that they were you know, what in religious studies, we take metaphorically they were taking literally. And so I said that. One of the biggest prizes was that. The scientists were not being like religious studies professors they were being scientists. They were looking at this stuff like Leo 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 this type of research and started to look into it, more and more and and talk to the scientists, and and the experiencers. So that's that's what really hooked me there. Most of the scientists are eight Theus tes how many of them believe in extra terrestrial life. I would say that all this Lantis in the book that I studied believe woke let's let's qualified this. They believe in non human intelligence. Silence. That trying to communicate with us whether or not it's extraterrestrial, they they don't know shocked LA is famous for saying, well, we don't know the hypothesis of extraterrestrials is correct. We know we believe that there's some, you know, intelligent thing communicate with us TV's oaken what it is. And the scientists that I worked with rashly some of the most well-known scientists around frankly in the world, and so they were not concluding us to what it was. They were they were there. They were reconnaissance they were in their fact finding mission, and, you know, so they don't know exactly what it is just trying to figure it out. Agnostic in terms of figuring that they believed it, well, which is pretty dramatic. Would you expect that no I didn't expect it at all? I expected them to be atheist, frankly. And that and I was that's when I said that I was like what are they doing? You know, like, I would not I would not undertake study like this. If I hadn't been a, you know, a a professor at my university. So if I was in his system, professor wouldn't do it because it will you know, it will challenge your career status. Yeah. So I thought you know, I people in religious studies in my department and whatnot. They're they're not going to take seriously. They're not going to leave that things like this exist or whatnot or people have experiences, but he scientists did. And I thought these are exactly different from the people in my department of religious studies. So that was that was really interesting. I mean, they were taking it very seriously, thus they were believing it would actually using it. What do you think made the scientists believers, I think what made them believers was a lot of them were affiliated with the military. And they had a lot of experience with either they were either experiencers themselves or they had seen things. Yeah. And also, they were using a certain type of I would call it a certain way of thinking, and I do. Into that in the book, where almost all of them have a creative genius of sorts that is able to what grit Cameron calls it. Download or a lot of people called the download they're able to download information, and then operationalize this into actual technologies that we use. And so and they were being very very successful doing that. Diane. Let's talk about your belief system. Do you when we talk about you? Of course, what we really mean is extraterrestrial life and not just flying craft. But the, you know, we always believe there's something intelligent behind that. Do you believe in these UFO's, I believe that people varying things, and I believe that the experience of the things, you know, we'll call them your foes, it's been around for a long time, and they've been called different types of things throughout history. And in terms of my personal belief that changed over time and over writing the book. So when I began the book, I was I was atheist about it. I didn't believe and as I got into it. I became quite agnostic about it. But you know, I'm writing an academic book. So I'm being very I'm using the methods of my. You know, I I wear several hats when I go on interviews now, I wear the hat of I'm a Representative of my university and Oxford University press, and that you know, my book is completely agnostic. It says I don't know if this exists, but these scientists believe in them, and I'm gonna explore this belief system and how originated personally, I I personally I believe there's something there. Yes. I mean, how could we not believe in this vast this of this universe? I believe that's correct. I think that the more Reno about the universe, and the vast -ness of it, and, you know, just even the ideas of the multi verses and things like that. I think that it's just a lot. You know, what could we what do we know we we just know tiny tiny bit. So we're just a blip on the MAC right now. So yeah, exactly when you study religious studies. Do you also try to come up with some kind of? Leasing or rational for why we're here. Does that come up? It does come up. You know, I start to I start the book with with high vers- Martin Heidegger loss for who. And if the twentieth century philosopher and a lot of is like him because he was very analytical floss of for and then he had a mystical experience. And then he became a philosopher who basically tried to understand why we are here. And he said colossus he lost its way. At the break already. But I definitely want to touch that subject again, and we'll come back next hour and take phone calls with you as well. We'll be back in a moment on coast to coast AM. Never miss a detail on a show or a guest..

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"john max" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"john max" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"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, desperate absolutely here. We are. You know, we're if we questioned why we're here, we're we're we're saying, I don't know why we're here why are here. And then a lot of us have a religion that, you know, explain why? And that's what I'm saying religious just 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. 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 necessarily Tecate question. Right. So that's the question that scholars ask, you know. Is there, you know, something other than us that, you know, intervene talks to somehow communicate with us, and certainly designed just that I worked with for the book 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 in intended to write the book. I I was actually going to write about a Catholic Bishop one of the first bishops 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 the other stuff kept nagging me. And so I then Whitten back direction and. And so that's how that happened. So I basically was 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 an interesting person. So anyway, in terms of writing the book, it was a what happened was that? I I attended a conference about UFO's, and I met I actually meet Chris Bledsoe their act, but I did hear him speak. And eventually I met him. In fact, he was 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 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 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 max of duck in 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 these feelings of impending doom and that 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 my 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 the prize 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. He was here to visit his son lot. So he keeps friends with me..

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"john max" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"john max" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Research for quite some time and never really pushed it really the attention. They deserved. I think. I found out when I surveyed literature on this that pretty much all the major researchers do have cases like this. I mean, I confronted but Hopkins it's the face. And he said, yeah, it's pretty rare. But it does happen. David Jacobs said it's pretty rare John max, that's actually pretty common. Fury that half of her clients have had killing experiences. And I mean, you can just go right down the list on Smith proper land Bill Hamilton, most of the major, researchers are very familiar with these types of cases. Just hasn't been a lot of information put out about it. And they run the gamut I'm guessing from the the sort of the seemingly mundane types of healings. Maybe I don't know from a skin rash all the way up to things like cancer and so forth. But give me is there kind of a typical. Can you give me a for instance? It's kind of a typical encountered that that that ends in someone being healed of some physical malady. Sure, I mean. In a variety of ways these cases occur. And didn't come into your bedroom hill you while you're out driving? There are a number of cases in which people have been healed inside hostels. Typically, I mean, a good example. And it's pretty well known cases that occurred to endanger in Texas, the two police officers they were driving along when they saw this UFO, and it struck them with the beam of light or one of the officers had been bitten by son's baby alligator earlier and had his arm hanging out the window and struck him right there where the injury was. Well, they race away in fear and onto a diner and they pull off the bandage cut wiscon-. It was like without even they're pretty welfare fight case. And there's a lot like power people are just gets struck by the steel light and hills.

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"john max" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"john max" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Never really pushed really the attention. They deserved. Am I think? I found out why surveyed literature on this that pretty much all the major researchers do have cases like this. I mean, I confronted but Hopkins as the face and he said, yeah, it's pretty rare. But it does happen. David Jacobs said it's pretty rare John max, that's actually pretty common. Fury that half of her clients have had killing experiences. And I mean, you can just go right down the last Smith Barbara land Bill Hamilton, most of the major researchers are very familiar with these types of cases. But there just hasn't been a lot of information put out about it. And they run the gamut I'm guessing from the the sort of the seemingly mundane type of healings, maybe I don't know from a skin rash all the way up to things like cancer and so forth. But give me is there kind of a typical. Can you give me a for instance? It's kind of a typical encountered that re- that that ends in someone being healed of some physical malady. Sure, I mean. In a variety of ways these cases occur. And didn't come into your bedroom hill you while you're out driving? There are a number of cases in which people have been healed inside hospitals. I mean, a good example. And it's pretty well known cases, but occurred to Dave in Texas to police officers they were driving along when they saw this UFO, and it struck them with the beam of light. Well, one of the officers had been bitten by sons baby pet alligator earlier and had his arm hanging out the window and this struck him right there with an injury was well, they race away in fear and onto a diner and they pull off the bandage the cut. What's gone? It was like it was not even they're pretty well verified case. And there's a lot like power just gets struck by the Steelers light and heels.

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"john max" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"john max" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"I do those things, but what I started this research in two thousand twelve but what actually happened was that the book in a way and the research really took my life over. So when I think of my research, you can even see it if you look at my publications, I'm you know, pre two thousand twelve post two thousand twelve and. My life is completely different now. So when I studied Catholic culture, and I studied you know, belief that Catholics from state h hundreds had I never ran into scientists. I never ran into people affiliated with the government. You know, I never had the kinds of experiences. Some scary that I had while study that stuff. So as soon as I got into the territory, I the landscape change completely. And I found myself in a really really weird. Research site, basically research area, I went to Mexico. I ended up in the book going to the Vatican and met a lot of people early on in that Jack valet who mentored me and helped me think three these kinds of things Jeff cripe will an an inspiration and mentor as well. And there were times when I decided this is I'm not going to do see more just too weird and something with back in. So and this is so I'm glad you you understood that and and saw that this was something that and you know, the the book is described it's Oxford book. It's a published by Oxford, which is an academic press. And I wrote the content of the foot, but the descriptions of the book are edited by my editors in their their they don't necessarily describe the contents of the books a lot of people read it, and they go, oh, this is just, you know, somebody who's reducing you associate Justice mythology or. Beliefs, and I want to say, no, no, it's not actually I I want you to read the book, it's different than that. Because my regional descriptions were actually edited quite well, let's just put it this way. They were edited lot to the point that they didn't look like my descriptions anymore. So there was that one other thing before we go on to some other questions is that the dividing folly, you mentioned this between, you know? What's called the nuts and bolts people who are interested in kind of, you know, let's let's apply the scientific method to this thing and find the physics does the craft and how they you know, the propulsion and how they work and everything is often put into. You know, it's versus the more religious oriented some would say Woohoo aspects of the phenomenon. And what I found was that as I got into the issue, and I talked to scientists you actually worked with the phenomena that issue was actually a false dichotomy. They're not mutually exclusive. No, they're not at all. I mean, you can't really separate these out. So I tried my best to explain this in the book as well. And actually the characters a lot of the characters in the book. Some of who are anonymous forbid reason it has to be. These are scientists here at the top. They're well known scientists at the top of the game. I wanted to know if you would call this a transformation for you. And I say that for for this reason, it's a, you know, it's a steep learning curve. I remember when I started, and I've I've talked about this before on the program. So I I apologize to those of heard it. But you know, I I was thinking to myself. Well, this this field is a mess, and what it needs is a good reporter and give me six months and hall had this all figured out. And of course, you know, it's thirty years later, and I I I made no less now than when I when I started because it it really leads you, and so many different directions and unexpected directions. And I I know it changed the direction of my life in in very distinct ways. And I wondered if that is accurate in describing what's happened to you. Yes. I think you know, John max the person who made this well known in the nineteen eighties and nineties at Harvard professor called it the the pistons logical shift or the metaphysical shock, right? And and no doubt. I had that I had that into it..

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"john max" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"john max" Discussed on 600 WREC

"These are scientists here at the top. They're well known scientists at the top of their game. I wanted to know if you would call this a transformation for you. And I say that for for this reason, it's a, you know, it's a steep learning curve. I remember when I started, and I've I've talked about this before on the program. So I I apologize to those of heard it. But you know, I was thinking to myself. Well, this this field is a mess, and what it needs is a good reporter and give me six months, and I'll have this all figured out. And of course, you know, it's thirty years later, and I I made no less now than when I when I started because it it really leads you in so many different directions and unexpected directions. And I know it changed the direction of my life in in very distinct ways. And I wondered if that is accurate in describing what's happened to you. Yes. I think you know, John max the person who made this well known in the nineteen eighties and nineties at Harvard professor called it the the logical shift or the metaphysical shock, right? And and no doubt. I had that I had that into it. When when I started I Chris Bledsoe, actually an their lives near me. And so he and I became friends my family befriending his family. We know each other we would have dinners together. And so I got kind of like an inside view of the life of an experience her as well as I mean, I been studying religion, basically, my whole life. And I have the tools to study weird stuff. You can say, right. So what do you have your religion? But a lot of weird stuff. You have you know, people walk on water. You have angels you have delays. You know, we're talking about all traditional. Religions in some ways have these weird things, and and we studied them. So I I already had the tools to study them. But the tools that I had were ones that I used for historical things for things that are in the past for things that I didn't necessarily believe in. And when I began to you know, Chris son went to my university. So we had occasion Christmas. I had occasion to talk all the time. And I met many people that he knew and I guess what happened was that? I I met also scientists would show up, and they would want to basically talked to Chris and innocence and not just Chris, but experiencers general. So I by this time, you know, this is about to, you know, I'm I'm pretty gung ho about my research. So within two months, I knew many many experiences, and and I met a another group of people around the experiencers in. I called this group. The letter experiencers because they were experiences some of them, but not all of them. But what they were doing. They were scientists some affiliated with government, not, you know, some affiliated with institutions, and they were using this information that the experience had for technologies and some of these technologies for were well-known technology that were effective. And so this is I think what started to really cause me to shift. My my perspective, my life view, my life perspective, and it was quite radical. It was quite uncomfortable. But, you know, exciting. I mean, it was a lot of different things at the time as well. I was working with the screenwriters and producers of the conjuring, and so the screenwriters to tell because I was helping them with their their script about Catholic culture. They could tell the something going on with the instead he would say what? Now what you say. Diana. I'm going to ask you to hold their per second. We have to take a break when we come back. I want to get into that talking about your work on the conjuring. And and how it affected your views and set you on the road to American cosmic cat Stevens has the first of a trio of moon songs, we write back. Find out more about tonight's guest. Log on to coast to coast AM dot com..

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"john max" Discussed on Dreamland

Dreamland

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"john max" Discussed on Dreamland

"And so we're getting into a situation that's very similar to what the visitors told me would happen that it it is a change of mind that we are in the process of realizing that we are not alone here and haven't been for a long time. And what's happening in Peru in what you're doing is a big big part of it because it will come out on this show. And this show is listened to by a lot of people who you'd be surprised listen to a show like this, and they're going to hear this. And they're going to realize this is another step that's being taken which great. I mean, I think you're such a cool guy. It's you know, it's. You're the perfect person to be here with this. Bring this interesting an open minded, smart individual who isn't committed like to scientific life that where if you publish it publicly talked about this. It would be ruined. I know scientists who would love to talk about this stuff and would love to get on this show with you and read that DNA evidence get into this. But they can't do it and expect to get grants and so forth, and so on and you're in that, well, I've mentioned to you before the my brother is very prominent professor at Harvard and Harvard is considered the, you know. Linda, how bless told. You know said, oh when you get somebody from Harvard attempting to the reality of these things and give me a call. I Linda about that. But we you and I know that somewhere between John max of trauma to agent by the remember John Mack was they tried to get him out. I know he called me up and said Whitley, I'm in horrible trouble. They're trying to take away my license to practice and my tenure. And if they do that I'm destroyed I'm going to I'm going to go jump off a bridge. And I it's not Bala happen. We're not gonna let it up an eventually he won he won and tragically as the way, but but how long ago was that that was in the nineteen ninety yet. Here we are just a decade later or two decades later possibly and now Abby lobe who's the head of the astronomy department at Harvard is the guy who's talking about this possible alien sale ship in our in our solar system, and they just they just announced it for. More have been discovered and got only knows how many more been discovered that. We know that they're not announcing air. Yes. So that's a that's a sea change when you because we're talking about Harvard University the same old place. My my brother who adore cannot talk about this stuff at all not that he doesn't wanna think about it. Because as I say, if you're a clergyman in the time of Galileo, and he s you look through the telescope. It's not in your interest to look. Right. Wouldn't thank you again. Look through Galileo's telescope because there's two things that can result from that you look, and you either say, wow, my whole basis of being is wrong. And I'm either going to declare that. I mean, my basis of belief about the earth being in the center of the universe that are is room. And if either declare that and get burned at the stake, or I don't declare that and live as a self-aware hypocrite for the rest of my life, spouting stuff. I know is not. True and either of those attractive ability. So the best thing to do say, thank you Galileo. But I'll take a pass. And I think that's what most harbored most academics. Do they don't want to even look. And so the visitors come to people like you and me and the and a lot of my listeners who are normal ordinary people without any any any issues that they have to deal with. So they can talk about it. Right. We can talk about we can all talk about it. And we can as we talk about it, slowly, but surely progresses made in those other fields as well. Now, I started asking a question sometime ago about Peru's relationship to the United States, and is disprove is it friendly to the US are more of an independent. Entity. No, I I don't know much about that. This was my first trip to brew. But once they would tell you is I went to Brazil, a few months ago to play music, and I got turned away at the at JFK because I didn't have a visa..

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"john max" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"john max" Discussed on WLAC

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