Fun Identifying the Unidentified: Theory of Everything Interview with Diana Pasulka

Follow Professor of Religious Studies Diana Pasulka as she traces the rise and fall of dogma straight into the American desert, metal detector in hand. Be amazed with her that intelligent people can find debris so very unidentified in nature as to be evidence of a real alien presence.

From Purgatory to UFOs: When there is objective basis for belief

Dr. Pasulka is prepared to speak persuasively and knowledgeably about Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon in history and from the epicenter of the current sweep of speculation about extraterrestrial life through contemporary world consciousness.

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Take a look at the timestamps from Curt Jaimungal’s Theory of Everything interview with Diana Pasulka

Diana’s journey from “atheist” ⇒ “agnostic” (with respect to the phenomenon) … Nuns who saw orbs, every night, then prayed… What are “beliefs”? … Atheists who believe in God … Spiritual vs Religious (and the Secularization thesis) UFOs (or the belief in) are like a religion…Psychedelics and religion … Getting flack because of covering the phenomenon … To the skeptics: it’s rational to believe in UFOs … Atheism is NOT like a religion, though it can be dogmatic … It’s false to say “religions tell you what to think” The case for dogma … Heidegger on technology not being just another tool Heidegger and Jacques Vallée Why do those who study the phenomenon tend to be Catholic? How the Vatican views UFOs Are religious stories interpreting UFOs, or are we interpreting UFOs materialistically? Near Death Experiences, UFOs, and Dean Radin How the CIA / DOD / etc. work (the nefarious strategies) Graham Hancock What Diana uncovered, that she shouldn’t have Roswell and the Promethean myth The dangers (and reality) of CE5 Bob Lazar is considered credible by many, behind the scenes Protecting yourself against disinformation Academic Openness vs. Governmental SpaceX (does Musk know?) / Writing in Latin for “them” Images of the “patches” and Latin The president is a “short timer” (this is why he / she isn’t told the truth) Who is Tyler? Why is he significant? Does the gov’t believe they understand what’s behind UFOs? We’re dealing with MULTIPLE phenomena, not just one Biblically accurate angels Physical evidence pertaining to purgatory What’s the point in collocating UFOs with religion? Who is the modern Heidegger? Jung and UFOs Plato’s Cave and the view that certain people have shackled us Sangha as The Answer to deception Proposition vs Participatory knowledge Rediscovering meaning, Heidegger, Weinstein, and the TOE project … Experiential vs Analytical approach to understanding God Lovecraft, and the perils of an “open mind” Epistermic Shock vs Ontological Shock The importance of Sangha [Juliano Vargas] Reconciling religion with ET (and does ET believe in a Supreme Creator?) [Numb Her Two] How has Diana’s faith been affected? Why does the Hitchhiker effect occur?… Angels… Demons… What is the THIRD (religiously interpreted) option? … Rosicrucianism and Gnosticism Kurzweil’s Singularity / Omega Point / UAPs Jung and the UFO archetype (continued) UFO hearings (May 2022) [Tupacabra] Catholic Church, Remote Viewing, Thomas Campbell, and Jacques Vallée Podcasts being sanctioned behind the scenes for disclosure Disinformation on podcasts

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Pasulka’s tracing of the narrative of the rise and fall of purgatory in Roman Catholic history turned up thousand-year-old evidence of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena. Along the way from scoffing at belief in unexplainable phenomena, Dr. Diana Walsh Pasulka’s interview with Curt Jaimungal clarifies what it means to be a ufologist, from the experiencer who is categorically and continuously ever after different to the investigator who “goes native,” naming the cult of ufology as religious but not organized enough to make a religion (“religiosity”). Pasulka presents a framework for understanding ufology as a belief system, a lens that is now transforming human existential consciousness. This belief, she notes, has a basis in objective reality, in contrast with the major Western traditions of revealed wisdom, .

Diana Pasulka is just getting started

Dr. Pasulka would like to clarify: when we say “religion,” we do not necessarily mean Christianity. The professor of religious studies uses tools from archaeology, sociology and history to evaluate what the evidence is telling us about Unidentified Aerial Phenomena as a belief system–that must be converted from overly simplistic, reactionary scoffing to establish what does indeed have a basis in objective reality. Diana Pasulka first found descriptions of anomalies like levitation and bilocation while tracing the evolution of belief in purgatory. Too polite to scoff out loud, the “atheist regarding the Phenomenon” hesitated to adopt but now endorses the extraterrestrial thesis for Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon and monitors the evolution of ufology as a highly qualified, first-hand witness of the Phenomenon in the cultic consciousness particularly of in the West, the hegemony that once was American or Euro-centric.

When Dr. Pasulka turned an informed eye on the Phenomenon, she met other intelligent minds doing the same. They are coming away convinced that what we cannot identify … has to come from somewhere.

How are we to know what we see unless the explanation is given?

A Deeper Knowing

Greater than beliefs that come and go is a deeper knowing, a sense of fundamental and grounded connection to a sustaining source of continuous transformation.

“You were born with a deeper Intelligence, an Intelligence that is fundamental to your nature and to your Being. It is an Intelligence that is not directly connected to your physical body. It is an Intelligence you had before you came into the world.”

Take the time to enjoy this presentation about that deeper Intelligence.

If we take the Phenomenon as real–verifiably real, substantiated by trusted and reliable sources–then what is it and how must we regard it?

More fundamental and more convincing than any report or video is what you most deeply know and can allow to surface in your consciousness.
it is what you most deeply feel, more deeply than you can articulate at this time. This deep knowing called Knowledge is the pathway each individual can find and follow according to the best use of their God-given, culturally informed intelligence.

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