17 Burst results for "Leslie Kean"

"leslie kean" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"leslie kean" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Is what dominates UFO discussions for the next 50 years. Until 2017 when Leslie Kean dropped her bombshell report. In October of 2017. You were called to, um, Hotel bar in near the Pentagon. Not really. A bar. Hotel space fold space hotel lobby space near the Pentagon. And who was there? And what did you learn? Well, The main reason for that meeting was for me to meet Louise Elizondo, who was the former head of the Department of Defense Program hand. Christopher Melon, who was a former undersecretary of defense for intelligence at the Pentagon. Was there And former CIA person. And it was at that meeting that I was first shown the videos, the three videos that eventually came out as well as a lot of documents that Established the reality of the program. This man, Luis Elizondo was a former counterintelligence officer. He'd been running a secret program at the Pentagon for years studying UFOs. That program had begun in 2007 when Nevada Senator Harry Reid had found $22 million in black money appropriations to set up an investigation into the reality of the phenomenon. Well, I came to the realization despite all my staff, telling you to stay the hell away from it that Was something that Had to be done. That's Harry Reid, I think would have been a year legislative malpractice for me not to get involved. In hindsight, it has hurt me politically. I fact that I could go today and one of the hotels here in Vegas style this area.

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"leslie kean" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"leslie kean" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Discourse was dominated by talk of Alien abductions, alien corpses, secret hangars at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ancient alien astronauts and Lian bases under the sea. Massive government conspiracies. The majestic 12, a group of 12 men who had been convened in secret by President Truman in the interest of national security to protect Americans from Our true secret dealings with galactic civilizations. You've been a surrogate mother for aliens three times. At least I think it's more like seven times seven times. Yeah. Yeah. Wow. All of this stuff is what dominates UFO discussions for the next 50 years. Until 37th when Leslie Kean dropped her bombshell report. In October of 2017. You were called to, um, Hotel bar in near the Pentagon. Not really a bar, hotel space, old space hotel lobby space near the Pentagon. And who was there? And what did you learn? Well. The main reason for that meeting was for me to meet Louise Elizondo, who was the former head of the Department of Defense Program, and Christopher Melon, who was a former undersecretary of defense for intelligence at the Pentagon. Was there And former CIA person. And it was at that meeting that I was first shown the videos, the three videos that eventually came out as well as a lot of documents that established the reality of the program. This man, Luis Elizondo was a former counterintelligence officer. He'd been running a secret program at the Pentagon for years studying UFOs. That program had begun in 2007 when Nevada Senator Harry Reid had found $22 million in black money appropriations to set up an investigation into the reality of the phenomenon. Well, I came to the realization Despite all my staff, telling me to stay the hell away from that. It was something that Had to be done. That's Harry Reid, I think would have been a Yeah. Legislative malpractice for me not to get involved. In hindsight, it has hurt me politically. I fact that I could go today and one of the hotels here in Vegas. Stars area Harry Reid. I'll.

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"leslie kean" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

The Past Lives Podcast

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"leslie kean" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

"That's difficult to come up with. So i think the most those cases are just unbelievably fascinating and i love. I think it's a great way to end the series because they're so sort of concrete in solid in there you know in the way they've been investigated the two cases that we talk about. Especially so yeah. Why don't you would agree but there. It's very hard to explain how this in any other way. Really unless you wanted to say they had some kind of psychic perception of this past of this person. Then why would that happen with. Just one person in nothing else you know if they were having cited perceptions are psychic to telepathic or clairvoyant connections to some previous life of so many lived forty years ago who had no relationship to them or their family is completely unrelated. Why would they only have that. And no other perceptions of that type for about anything else ever just this one life and those children were positive that they were those people. I mean. that's what they said and they would have nightmares about how they died and they would have memories of things they learned in that life and they would they would play act things from the previous life of that made no sense in the current life. It was more than just memories. It's a whole a whole a pattern of behaviors and dreams and knowledge that they had all kinds of things combined to create the the experience of them. Having had this remembering this life in the past and then they will often go back to some location from the where they remembered living in the past or they will meet a previous member of the family from the past or something will happen. That will be kind of closing for them and allows them to kind of move on from it because You know it's very important for these children to be able to live in their present life and they it's haunting for them and it's difficult for the parents and so there's usually some kind of a moment like that. That happens where. There's a cathartic kind of release of it and they are able to move on and that's another kind of pattern that you see these cases very very very moving to see and read about so and there are volumes of studies of these cases that were produced by the university of virginia No there's just a of great scientific studies have been done on these cases though really interesting to me that there's.

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"leslie kean" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

The Past Lives Podcast

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"leslie kean" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

"Them because this isn't how consciousness functions so they dismiss it and people have experiences are not given the the validation that they deserve. Yeah it's the thing with scientists have become the gatekeepers of what israel if a scientist says. It's not real then okay. That's not real then without analyzing the scientists viewpoint on maybe his bias will bias. Yeah i agree with you. It's not maybe. His viewpoint is just a belief system. Just like everyone else's i mean besides don't understand consciousness of what it is and how it works so there's a lot of different ways you can look at it. Yeah i think it's a good point. And i think the scientists who we do bring into surviving death are ones who have taken the time to study this and who are willing to take a different position and i think a lot of the ones who dismiss it are are scientists who have not studied. They haven't taken decades or even a year of time to look into this and to gather data into talk to people who've had the experiences it's it's the scientists who do that that come to an understanding about. That's another problem that you it. Just gets dismissed. We see this kind of attitude. A little bit in the reincarnation episode because this is like the mothers of these children they go to their husbands and say you know what. I think he might be talking about possible. I from the husband's just dismissive straight off. I know. I think it's really interesting. That in both those the two cases that we went into in depth it was both of them involved. The women being more open to it in the men's dismissing it And what's interesting though in both cases is that the husband's eventually understood and agreed that this is what it was in the one case of james lining. Her dad was on a mission to prove his son wrong so he really dive into this. He investigated every single thing every bit of information that was provided him by his young son and every time he did that he proved emma. Right and then eventually he was t became. They found out who he was and he became completely convinced. So yeah it's it's very interesting to see the the between the two.

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"leslie kean" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

The Past Lives Podcast

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"leslie kean" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

"I have a whole chapter about stewart alexander and then i invited him to write his own chapter which is the end of my book surviving death. You hear directly from stewart himself. So gimme a long answer to a short question. Yes i have witnessed this phenomenon. I have touched the hand and seen it materialize numerous times and it definitely happens. There's absolutely no possibility that this is anything but legitimate genuine. What's what's going on stewart. The next Shows cold signs from the date and that reminds me of Somebody will happen to me. I just briefly talk about it. I was. I had a sitting with a medium for an hour and she didn't know who i was my name or anything and she got so much stuff right and afterwards i started telling her about the polk cast and this experience. I had with a feather showing up a real synchronised And she said look at the floor right on. The middle of the floor in between us was a feather. And it hadn't been there the whole hour that we'd been going through the session. I got no idea it came from and it kind of makes me feel like your experience was seeing the hand. Obviously it's not as dramatic but it does make you. You'll brian suddenly stopping you. Just just come work out where that came from. That's unical simon. That's such a great story. I mean you can imagine if if you're if you're allowing for the reality of the spirit world which i assume you are since you were at a medium then how else can you interpret it other than came from spiritual because it wasn't there before the until that moment right. Yeah so you know. How can you possibly interpret that. Yeah the thing was. I was talking to her about a feather of that. Turned up a really synchronicity. That that was the focus of the conversation and then another feather turns up on. It's almost like the the spirit world is slapping you inside. Come home pay attention. It's exactly right and she must have been a very fine medium as well to offer those kinds of that. Something like that to be able to.

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"leslie kean" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

The Past Lives Podcast

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"leslie kean" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

"She is so credible so believable. And so solid as a person that i thought q absolutely Powerful wonderful and then we move onto episodes tuned three. And you've got two episodes about mediums on this such lots of cover but did you feel the I could have been two episodes about near death. Experiences could have been episodes about reincarnation it who decided to on mediums. It's true. I mean i think involved this way because we were originally going to have. There's two forms of medium ship that we were trying to touch on one is mental medium ship and one is sort of transcend physical medium ship and so originally planning to have one episode on each of those because they're really quite different from each other even though they're both medium ship and then the filmmakers ended up kind of blending them and they just seem to feel like there was a lot of material they wanted to include on the on this particular aspect of it i think is a medium ship episodes. It's very some parts are confusing. I think it's it's hard it's very hard Aspect of this to cover because medium ship is just hard to cover period so i think it may be also why they wanted have more time to do it It's it's just hard for people to understand it and it's it's complicated and they were trying to weave together. These two different various different approaches to how to go about it and they also wanted to have time for the story of mike anthony and his family who made this journey and their friends. Su who made the journey into medium ship to attempt to contact their loved ones. And so they wanna give enough time for the personal stories as well so i guess that's why you're very right. There's so much information that could have been included on all the topics and this is just sort of the way this one worked out. I simon here. Some of you may know. I have a diploma in clinical hypnotherapy and i'm certified in past life regression therapy now. Taking part in a past life progression is in a macy's thing and past life. Regression therapy can be a powerful process. I conduct sessions. I presume if you ever wanted to explore your past lives in a single session. We'll have an issue..

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"leslie kean" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

The Past Lives Podcast

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"leslie kean" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

"People can actively engaged with these things to help their own greece but for a lot of people even knowing about the fact that these things happen and that there are people that are there are researchers studying this stuff in documenting it documented cases of small children that remember living before documenting near death experiences. Even if it's just knowledge it does provide. It does provide hope. I mean i totally agree with you. And that was the intention. I think especially now with with the coronavirus and people dealing with so much loss. Maybe it's a it's it's timely right now for people. We didn't know that when we started making this thing it was years ago before there was any corona virus so I think it does provide hope. And i hope it does And i think people can engage with some of these. These things themselves in may get even more hope because there's nothing like having your own experiences. It's just nothing like it. I think research is really impactful and hearing about it from other people is really impactful but when something happens to you personally it it changes it completely and i hope that some people watching this will end up having their own experiences and engage with some of these things themselves if there is another series which you consider putting the hypnotic past life regression. It's possible because for the first season we wanted to be pretty strict. You know about how being sort of more scientific in terms of how we covered cases of past life memories. i think with season two. We would have more leeway to kind of explore it in you know in in possibly with that kind of component can included. I think that the cases of these young children which are the ones we included in the series are the most evidential ones and i think the people from the department of sexual studies at university of virginia would agree. That's why they focus on those cases so we wanted to start with really the most evidential things. But i think yeah. Some of the hypnotic grace regression cases could be really fascinating as long as we could control factors such as could they have been exposed to any of this before and could they could you know is the. Is the therapist asking them leading questions. And you know it's it's just when you when you're adult in your under when you're an adult and you're under hypnosis it's a very different ballgame than when your two year old child has never been exposed to anything before in their lives remembering being in a plane crash in world war two. It's so it's it's sort of taking another step out from the hardcore evidence. But i think i'm sure there are cases that are interesting in there are also cases of adults with past life memories someth- regression but also some. That happened in other ways. That are interesting. They're just not as hard core evidential as the ones with kids. That's why we focused on those but that's another be another wonderful thing about duly another season. I think we could be more explorative we could. We could have more leeway in terms of the kinds of areas we could cover and so that that's another that'd be another interesting possibility with the do something like that and the other interesting thing is. We thought you've talked a little bit about the fact tibetan buddhism. I mean we don't we don't go into religion at all but there are cases of these young boys That that are tested in an recognize things from the previous life. Then they become these llamas and that's kind of an interesting story to the process that these children.

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"leslie kean" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

The Past Lives Podcast

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"leslie kean" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

"React to this and you know interact with it in the way that is meaningful to them without us making any claims of anything. It's just sort of a journey for people to go on. I hope that makes sense. And that was your perception when you watched it but That's sort of the gist of it. I think in and hopefully it'll just be very positive what people take away from it. I really liked the way it's put together like thought. I like the idea of just presenting information and then letting the people make up their own. Mind time right and i think That's right and i think i agree with you very much and i think a lot of it is about to is about. It's not just information but it's about people dealing with that possibility. In their own lives people going to agree for retreat. Who have lost a loved one to see if they might learn how to communicate with their loved one now things like that are going to sit with a a medium in holland to see if they might be able to learn how to be a medium themselves and grappling with it themselves so and you get to watch that and enter into it with them and i think it's very emotional too. I think i was very moved by parts of it so yeah i think it just leaves it all as an open door for people with the success of it to think. There'll be another series. Well we don't know simon. I mean we would love to be able to do season two amiss. And we've been keeping files of things that have come along for us. We thought could possibly be part of another series. You know a season two of the same with the same theme so we were n now that all these things are flooding in for us. Where even building up more files as of possible stories and you know areas of study and so on that we could incorporate into another season so it really depends on whether we're invited to do that. I mean i think. I don't know what what the decision mason making process is. But it'll be up to the net netflix people. If they want another series if they want another season. I mean of the same the same concept and other season and i don't i assume that it's way too early for them to make any decision like that. They probably want to see how well the show does before deciding that but I'd certainly love it if that happened. I think that'd be great. Get so much more of this information out there for people. Because i feel that there are some people have a real fear of death and learning about this stuff can. He's thought on this tremendous grief but can be used by the information as well. I agree with you simon. I think that's one of the valuable things about medium ship. You know for instance. We have the sequence in the series of this. You know grief retreat where they're going people if you can contact feel you've contact doesn't even matter if it's objective or not. If you feel that you have communicated with your. Let's say the child that you lost in a car accident. It changes everything for the grieving process. It's so positive for people who are in grief and so yes. I agree with you and not so..

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"leslie kean" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

The Past Lives Podcast

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"leslie kean" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

"Podcast facebook group. And if you'd like to join you be very welcome this week. I'm talking to leslie. Cain about the netflix series. Having death the show is based on leslie's book surviving death. A journalist investigates evidence their afterlife. This lee appears in several episodes and was a consulting producer on the series leslie as an independent investigative journalist and the new york times the huffington post and has been featured in print and broadcast media for over twenty years. Leslie thanks a lot. For coming onto the podcast. It's really kind of you to give us your time again. we'll simon. I'm really glad to be back with you. Thank you for having me. Netflix series surviving. Death is based on your book of the same name. isn't it it is. I'm very pleased that the premier just about a week ago from one we're doing this interview And it's already at number four in the united states. It was number nine in the world coupla days ago so i think the show is got a very big audience. It's doing well and yes. It is based on my book. I think in some parts of it align more closely to my book than other parts of the screenwriters had their own vision of you know how they wanted to portray the themes that are in my book so there are some differences between the series in my book about. I think they complement each other very well and certainly the book was the sort of jumping off point for the show. Absolutely that's correct when it came to the series. Did they come to you. Did you go to them with a proposal. i actually had known these filmmakers for years. This company is called breakthrough films. And they're based in new york. And i had worked with them in twenty eleven because they did a two hour special with me based on my book on. Ufo's which was which came out in two thousand ten and that book There was an ear times bestseller so in history channel. Did a two hour special on it based on it. They were the ones that did that. So we have stayed in touch. Of course all those years and become very good friends and so when this book came out Yes i just approached them with it and the timing was right there. They really loved these kinds of topics. And what's great about it is. They tend to be sort of skeptical about these topics but they love the fact that i'm taking a serious approach to them. So they love jumping off of that working with the but that's how it all happens. Just that i knew them before. And i was you know there. I was working with a a kind of an agent producer. Who really thought this should be made into a series and they were my absolute first choice to do it and of course who could ask for a better venue the netflix. So i went to breakthrough films. And they took the proposal to net flicks. That's how it will happen. And so it was a partnership and it wasn't just i. This is my book. I in charge..

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"leslie kean" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"leslie kean" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"They remember stuff that they didn't remember in the cops later. corroborate what their memories are all this bullshit that's been smeared mainly because of certain groups of people who are implicated in crimes have kind of created this false memory syndrome. Bullshit not far. Off the trail but hopkins says this research is going to trigger of experiences and it does thousands and thousands of people start coming forward and saying oh my god now that you mention it. Yeah i was abducted. And there's this whole movement to kind of discredit that because for whatever reason but most likely they whoever they is didn't really want that to come out quite that way at that time but budd hopkins is really an important figure in this whole skull disclosure process because of second with with whitley about this it. It transformed the thing from a nuts and bolts. There is a craft in the sky to a consciousness phenomenon. The whole i mean leslie. That's what you've been pursuing ever since. That's what this series is all about. It's about except not with respect to. Ufo's i've always kept them separate. You know okay okay. All right all right. So i pick it yeah professionally. I have to do that. If i'm gonna write for the new york times you know. I'm writing about what the department of defense says about the latest video that you know what the of the program says blah blah. But it doesn't mean. I'm not really interested in exploring that connection. There is a connection somehow and whitley talks about it all the time between the ufo phenomenon or at least the impact it has on people in the journeys that people take and what we might call some kind of afterlife realm or you know where deceased people go. So whitley's whitley to me is the person who has spent the most time with this and has had the most direct experience of it but i'm fascinated by that that question of how they all how it all goes together but i don't think i'll be reporting on that very much in the new york times. You know what i'm saying. Did i mean say. We'll leave it at that. But i mean you drop that into the series. You drop that into the series but hopkins bit. Yeah i mean it just so happened that he was the guy that a lot of this. Yeah i hadn't thought see you see into ucla. Level of things through all of this. That i don't you know. I think is really really a great contribution. You're making because. I don't think a lot of people see beyond the surface level and i didn't even. I didn't see a lot into that until you brought it up. So i think i love the everything you said about. How like jim tucker. You can just see that. There's more going on with him. I mean it's great that you're able to go to that level with this. I really value that. Well that's nice of you to say. I think you're doing it. I think you're doing your work the way you do your work. Because that's that's who you are. I mean that's that's leslie. Cain and that's an important contribution this so we're all looking at it. You know looking at the elephant a different way..

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"leslie kean" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"leslie kean" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"During the years that i was studying it He wrote the book missing time and a intruders witnessed a bunch of books. So i became very close to bud in the last maybe five years of his life or something like that and i actually helped see him through a lot of medical issues that he had and i was you know he had cancer and he had other issues and he was in hospice for few weeks at the end of his life at home and i was actually present at the moment died i was there with his daughter and his daughter's husband and myself and i do mention this in the series that it was just a very profound experience. I'd never been with somebody before at that moment. And it's it's just sort of a mind blowing. I don't know if you've ever had that experience. Alex but to be there and have this alive personal though you know. They're they're kinda going out gradually but they're still there then there suddenly just gone and it's almost surreal. You just don't get how this could possibly happen like this. How could this person just disappear. It's very hard to describe. It's like you're you're kind of very almost mystical experience. It was for me and the atmosphere in a home when somebody's in hospice in it's managed properly is very quiet. It's almost like a walk in the door. It was almost like going to church kind of environment. It was very quiet and deepen your kind of confronting. You know the real mysteries of life and so here you watch this process happen and suddenly this person is just this physical material thing was taken out in the bag you know and you just like what what is going on here. So it really. It was provocative for me and it made me want to understand what this process of death is all about. Is there something else that's going on. How could he just disappear. I don't think he did just disappear. Something else must be going on. So it's sort of a. Although i was already really interested in this stuff before i met but i studied a lot of especially in the reincarnation cases but it was really sort of a a jolt for me on some kind of gut non intellectual level to to want to understand this better. I mean like. I don't wanna see it's your experience and it shall remain your experience the way that you tell it but i can't help but see all these unbelievably incredibly Mystic people probably don't understand fully. Who budd hopkins is because you would have had to have lived through that you know i. I just interviewed and publish interview with Whitley strieber continues to be just an incredible louis. Important person is incredible. And i it's gonna show a lot. I think he's terrific. Yep you've done some. Yeah he's sent some great interviews with you on his on his dreamland show. Amazing human being so back to back but hopkins because the people who don't know if you can fill this better than i can't you know but when when put hawkins goes public with this stuff that is you. Know following up on the work of Harvard psychiatrist john mack. Who almost loses his position at harvard. Because he says. I'm just an honest scientists. And i've been interviewing these people who claim to have had an abduction experience with these e. t.'s. And i find no reason as a professional doubt anything they're saying and moreover there's a spiritual aspect of this that i can't get arms around completely and but hopkins comes along and says well what but hopkins says is get ready because i've done a bunch of these Regressions with these people and a lot of people still understand that regression is real and hypnosis really can recover memories and there can be false memories but they're also is a lot of memory recovery and that's why police departments around the world use it and you know witnesses come back..

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"leslie kean" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"leslie kean" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"Tell you the whole thing and it's great when dr curse says i realize i don't know shit a realized everyone's looking up to me and i don't know shit you know and so that's where i think if if if we allow ourselves that's where i think. The series is to re examine our own. You know a approach to this. I'm so glad that it had that effect. I mean because it was so involved but it's hard you're somebody just got to watch. It is right for me to sort of look at it from a perspective that you have and i'm really glad that it had that made that impression on. You would have some other of your favorite segments. I'll tell you what. I love is the cardinal. You remember the cardinal Yeah the the cardinals. Pretty good. But i gotta pull you. The where people are going to react to the the the trance medium ship and the physical medium ship. Because it's the one place where there is the doubt you know i. It's clean as at the rest. Which is okay. That's part of the process. So i guess we should talk about that as well. Well i mean it was very hard. I'd really kind of don't want to go into that too much because of its complicated for me personally. And there are certain things in that in two episodes of which we covered medium ship. And i had ideas about how i would have liked to have cover. It covered it. That didn't necessarily agree with the filmmakers. Now and it's hard for me to talk about that too much as you can imagine. I the greatest respect for them. But i would have included certain things and not included other things that were there because i appreciate interesting it. I don't want to stir up too much because now everyone's going to be interested in that and there's nothing there's nothing really bad about it in. It's well done for what it is..

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"leslie kean" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"leslie kean" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"I thought she's never gonna want to go on camera because they had gone out once before for another series tried to film a scene with her ryan freaked out when he was five and camera. The whole thing was kind of a bust. So now here's ryan now fifteen years old and we wanted to take the family back to meet her you know and so that's what we were able to set up and do her. Name's maria lovely lovely person. But you know she didn't know what to make of this right and the other person that came on the in the scene was mardi martin's niece who was significantly marisha so she knew marty as an adult whereas marisa dad until you know until she was eight. There's also in some ways. The niece tony new mardi even better than maria did so we had the two of them there in la ryan and his mom went to the home. Where maria lives. Or this. All this marty martin stuff all over the house you know. Pictures ashtrays with his initials on them. Either a hat. that hasn't he had everything monogrammed. You know just stuff everywhere and so. That's probably what you're talking about you see and you know ryan is. He's kind of uncomfortable. He's fifteen years old. He's trying to live a life as a normal kid. It's not fucking circus act. That's what i took out of. It is like the the movie. The film series is going down two parallel tracks right. Which is what's really profound about it. One is the evidential track you now. Here's the evidence you should believe. Here's the evidence you should believe. In at some point you go fuck that here are the people who are experiencing what it means to come to this fundamental realization. About who they really are. I hats off to ryan ryan up performing a fucking circus act. He's deeply he's deeply trying to process the fact that he'd lived. Whatever that means this previous life so no he. Isn't you know he sees nice about it. He goes you. I'm sorry. I can't give you what you want but i you what you want. This is real. It's like the other point we talked about about integration and and the the near death and the the crisis after. It's all that stuff. That's what's beautiful about this series. Let's get past this. Hokey evidential stuff and get to the point where we go okay. This is real now. How do we deal with it. How do we integrate it. These people are trying to integrate it. And i think they're also paving showing us that we need to integrate this information right. I think you're right. And i don't think it's really saying when it shows the evidence we're not saying believe it believe it or trying to prove anything but we are laying out the case about you know. Why is this. A valid case of a child reincarnation so just to show but it's really about that sort of the background like you're saying it's really about where these people at now and how has it affect them and how are they processing it just like you said and what is it like for this fifteen year old to meet his daughter from a previous life. I mean the whole thing is just like whoa you know and it was. It was a very bizarre Because the nobody really knew what to make of it everybody was sort plopped down in this very sort of uncomfortable unusual exploratory situation not knowing what was going to happen and and then there was another then. Also mardi i mean ryan and his mom visited martin's grave for the first time ever and that's another bizarre thing..

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"leslie kean" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"leslie kean" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"The question of what happens after we die has intrigued humans for as long been around as a physician. I know that most people don't think about death really until they're forced to brain was not functioning as she had the most vivid experience. That's a clip from the terrific new netflix series. Surviving death today skeptic. Oh we talked to contributing producer and author of the original book leslie. Cain welcome to skeptical where we explore cuts for. She'll science and spirituality with leading researchers thinkers and their critics. I'm your host. Alex occurs and today we welcome back actually journalist and author. Leslie came to skeptical. Leslie has an excellent excellent new series out a net flicks titled surviving death. When i watched it. It was trending at number six on net flicks which is just a huge accomplishment particularly for a document For a documentary of this type. You know that's really packed with a lot of frontier science important information. This is just a huge accomplishment. And you'll notice as you as you watch it that she also appears in the film and i gotta say leslie again. You do a fantastic job. I didn't know this is going to be in your. Imdb database right here really great. You have a great a great presence in you. Add a lot to the production which again not to just go on and on but the production quality of this thing is fantastic. It's so watchable. It so cinemagraphic. And just a big congratulations on it. Before i leave this introduction though let me just let you know you know if you don't remember lesley's work. This is a very important journalist of our time. This is the person who broke the ufo disclosure story in the new york times which as discussed. I mean there's no way around it being one of the seminal events of. I don't know history. I mean the the the empire of the planet announces that we're being visited by aliens. At least that's my read of it. If you really are honest about what they wrote. She's the person who one of the people has the byline in the new york. Times the newspaper of record leslie. Cain is the one who wrote that at of course her credentials from the uso ufo standpoint stem from the book that she wrote in two thousand eleven. Very very influential book. Ufo's generals pilots and government officials. Go on the record. It was a new york times bestseller. It was a big big deal in the ufo community because it delivered what the title promises that she got these guys that go on the record. I major major important people and then You know we talked to her after that. I in two thousand seventeen. She wrote a book. And it's the book that this net flicks special is based on surviving death. A journalist investigates evidence for the afterlife. And then just as we mentioned you know. Really check this out on netflix. You'll really really enjoy it. It's a it's a great six part documentary series packed with just a ton of great stuff..

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"leslie kean" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"leslie kean" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Com Bust 911 What's your emergency and Mondays to arrest you with 911? Damn! It's coming down! Oh, Mother, God! 911 Load stop swimming pool's on fire! Lava big hours that could only be described as apocalyptic season reveres. We have one last shot to turn the tide of 911 and 11 room star. It all starts tonight at eight on just one station, Fox 11. This'll is no ordinary morning news. This'll is good day l a way we're having important conversations on big issues affecting us all more than just last night's news. We're about new stories happening right now, but above all We're focused on your family's well being making your communities safer. So if you're wanting something different, the choice is clear. Good day l a waste 4 to 10 on Fox 11 K. If I am 6 40 downstream it is not Is she any ship that you love me? Book of the Dead and the advisers. As you just heard, Tol float downstream. That's the Beatles Tomorrow. Never knows we're talking about surviving death. The evidence, though, making the case for the perseverance of human consciousness After physical death, Leslie Kean wrote the book of Survival.

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"leslie kean" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"leslie kean" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of the universe. 2021 has started off right where 20 20 left off. Kind of bumpy to put it mildly. But here at least we can take our minds off the turmoil for a few hours. And tonight we have an excellent program in mind for you. You've been reading about this strange object spotted in space back in 2017. Homo Omura is the name that was given and scientists were ready to write that office and interesting but not exceptional piece of space rock. That is until the Harvard astronomer and some colleagues detected problems with that explanation. They think it's an anomaly and could be an expert terrestrial probe sent from another solar system the first interstellar object ever detected, perhaps sent here on purpose to get our attention. Dr Avi Loeb has taken on a lot of grief. Open this hypothesis, but he's doubled down on that. He joins us tonight in the second half. I'm pretty jazzed about that. But first Was a stirring and provocative new Syriza a Netflix. Have you seen it? Yet? It's one of the most popular programs on Netflix. Right now. It's called surviving Death, a six part documentary series looking for evidence that life goes on after physical death. The stories told by people who've experienced near death experiences where they die, and then come back. It's powerful stuff. But in another episodes that producers looked for compelling stories of Kids who have memories of past lives. Also looking at ghost hunters and mediums who say that they're able to connect with the other side. Leslie Kean is a journalist, author of the book. We profiled here on this program a few years ago, same title surviving death. And it really did a great job of synthesizing the case for human consciousness, Surviving physical death. Leslie is part of the team that created the Netflix series. She will join us momentarily, and for this first hour, we're also speaking with Ricki Stern, a producer and director of the surviving Death series will dig into these stories and the people behind this hit series. Powerful stuff. Web Master Lex Loan Hood and I have pulled together our usual assortment of items and the oddities called from media around the world. We call it nap snooze and you can find it on the coast to Coast Am website. Some of the stories featured on that tonight are directly related to our subject matter this evening. Normally I'd list a few of them and go over some of the details. But I'm getting gonna let you exploring on your own, because when we have Ricki Stern for this first hour, so I want to get to it. I'll just say one of these stories, though, is a news report We did this past week about the you AP Task Force that's working on a report to Congress covering what the Pentagon has in its vaults and files. Regarding UFO evidence in cases and while you're there, checking out naps news, please click the link that tells you how to become a coast insider. The cost is pennies a day..

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"leslie kean" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"leslie kean" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Want to drop the cynicism here for a bit. I want to talk. Seriously about Life after death. The reason why it's a topic that's close to me is because Um After I had my Third cancer about Was recovering and I was in a friend's house at the time, and I woke up. Really the morning. And of course, I was just getting over my surgeries and feeling, you know, kind of tired, sewing, exceptionally tired that day. So I figured I'd get up. Get a shower. Maybe get some breakfast to me. I'd feel better. Why gotta shower came in and my favorite breakfast was there on the table, waffles, waffles and sausage. That's one of my favorite breakfast. I just love a nice Judicial waffle. And even then, when I looked at the waffle, it made me feel ill. I didn't feel well and you know what to do. Next thing you know, I'm sitting in the room and I say that my friend I say I'm dying. He looks at me says what you talking about? I says I'm dying. I die. I know I'm dying. And he was. How do you know you're dying? I said, because I see a light in the room. And he said, What does that mean? I should call an ambulance now. I'm dying. So He calls an ambulance and I don't even recall the ambulance. All I remember was the bright light. I remember I wasn't gonna go to the light because I thought it was a trap. I just thought it's a trap. I'm not gonna go to the white. I'm not gonna do any of that. So next thing I remember. I'm waking up in a hospital. I'm lying on this. It's almost like this this moon bed. I don't know how to describe because I was floating on air. And I I didn't know where I was or what hospital I was in. The doctor looked at me and he says 00, you're alive. And I said yes. And he says we almost lost you, kid. I said, what happened? He said. You just had five Five of these pulmonary embolisms. You had five pulmonary embolisms Hitcher hit your heart. They spat out all over in your chest and your lungs. And I said, How big was the embolism pieces about the size of a pencil lead? I said to him, and it shot through it. It's something that small could have killed me. He goes. Oh, yeah, he says, you probably had a 4% chance of survival. And he says you survived, he says in luck would have it. This bed you're on is a bed we have for patients who who have blood clots, and he says it keeps them from clotting, he said. Your luck was that you were just down the street from this hospital and we rushed to the hospital. We saved your life. I thought, Wow, but all I remember was the was the light my friends that I was calling out to my mother. But, you know, my mother had passed away. And And so that was my experience. It was nothing. You know, lofty or I didn't meet God or I didn't. I didn't feel the love of the warm. I just knew that that light was there, and I knew that that light wanted me to come to it. And I said, I stopped myself and thought No. I don't think I'll go to this like is if I do a little light, I don't think I'll come back. We'll be going to come back and I want to go back to see if I give this a shot again and so You know, not remembering anything in that transition. I woke up in the hospital. That's basically my story of my near death or whatever experiences because the doctor said Yes, I was very close to dying, but see. Ever since then, I have seen too Have this uncanny knack and probably a better knack of of sensing what was coming or what's going to be happening. I've had these intuitive I've been more intuitive since my experience with cancer and my experience with Having this this life experience outside of my body, So I don't need a digital afterlife to understand that there may be something out there waiting for me. All that only thing I realize is that once I make that step into that light, I know that There's no turning back so beyond the scientific attempts, confirming the simulation of death or life or whatever, outside the simulation, we have to contend with loss of our loved ones, the loss of our lives. We're not. We can preserve their consciousness or find answers as to where they have gone. When they die, and many people have been seeking out mediums and other experts in parapsychology to give them comfort in dealing with loss of a loved one. In one such person is my guest tonight, Mike Anthony, who is the accidental star of a new and very well done documentary on Netflix, called Life. It's called surviving depths about life after death. It's based on the book of the same name by Leslie Kean. Kean, of course, wrote the book and actually appears in the series and speaks about The death of UFO researcher. But Hopkins, so I think this Syriza's a great job at investigating life after death Objectively on D I know it's hard to approach Objectively the thought of death because the subject absolutely everyone has a personal investment in this because someone has lost a loved one or someone has come close to dying and s O You know, Mike Anthony, I I found my I found myself in the show warming up to it because I noticed that he was.

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