Dr. Diana Walsh Pasulka – American Cosmic

Dr. Diana Walsh-Pasulka has just finished what will likely be a groundbreaking book on the UFO subject, which will be released in the spring of 2018. American Cosmic tells the story of her journey from religious scholarship to a seat in the forefront of some of the most groundbreaking research and thought in the subject.

She has been embedded with a few researchers who believe that they have anomalous  artifacts that can be dissected to reveal secrets that have real-world applications in aeronautical research. This is of course along the same lines as the recent announcement in the New York Times by the members of the To The Stars group. Some of this research dovetails with a recent trip Diana took to the Vatican libraries and Observatory for documents pertaining to the phenomenon of levitating saints.

We spoke about a car trip in New Mexico, where she and a friend were blindfolded so they wouldn’t know where they were going, and then were shown one of these strange artifacts in situ. We also discussed the effect of technology and how it has taken the place of religion for many people, as well as the problem with UFO data mining. Dr. Pasulka also mentions an essay by philosopher Carl Rashcke entitled “UFOs: Ultraterrestrial Agents of Cultural Deconstruction” (which is not online, but I discussed in a post from 2009.)

In the last few minutes of the show. we spoke about the recent release of the newest Star Wars film and how it resonates with her work, as well as with all of us.

Errata: at 11:05 – Dr. Pasulka says “Post-industrial revolution.” She meant “Pre-industrial revolution.”

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7 Responses to Dr. Diana Walsh Pasulka – American Cosmic

  1. Brilliant! I enjoyed this so much, and I look forward to Diana’s book, particularly those chapters dealing with levitation and the bilocation of Sister Maria, and the interest of the aeronautics industry.

    In our imagination we have already traveled through space … and so it will be. Magic <3

    This book will be a classic in the UFO literature much like Vallee's Passport to Magonia.

  2. Bill Sweet says:

    What caught my eye was the radio station that the FCC shutdown in 1998. I am completely doing “a shot in the dark,” but my hunch is that the shutdown had something to do with important paranormal items that the FCC, knowingly or unconsciously, was being directed to shutdown.

    If I’m wrong about the reason given for the shutdown by the FCC, there is still evidence that forces work to resist certain items from becoming “too believed.” For example, it’s okay to toy with the paranormal. It’s not okay to dig into aspects of the paranormal as a real. A redline is crossed when the paranormal is taken seriously as real.

    What is my basis of that claim? Spindrift Research, http://www.SpindriftResearch.org, has preliminary evidence that our own defense mechanisms in our minds are involved in a manipulation of the phenomena that we, as human beings, are allowed to accept as real versus something that is mystical and unprovable that can’t corner the truth.
    There is the Spindrift Defense Mechanism Theory you can read about on the website.

    Your new book title reminds me of my interview with Shirley MacLaine. She crisscrossed UFOs, religion, and technology.

    BTW, my blog about President Trump, ‘written before the election in 2016,’ gathers steam everyday. It’s about the Trickster and paranormal traits that drive Trump. Here it is: https://www.spindriftresearch.org/blog/2016/08/president-of-the-united-states-donald-trump-and-the-paranormal.

    Merry Christmas,
    Bill Sweet, somewhere near Chicago

  3. Adam says:

    What an interesting guest and important interview. Thanks Greg and Diana!

  4. Dr. Adam Gorightly says:

    Nice interview

  5. z says:

    some of the things she said imho were quite superficial (as opposed to supposed to be deep) including a strangely oversimplified account of heidegger’s thought… also soooo many “frame/framed/framing” and “my book”… and sooo much over the top praise of the infinite virtues of capitalism… expected a lot more. still waiting for the book, though my expectations are significantly lower now, after listening.

  6. Quite possibly the best RM interview of 2017.

  7. Kandinsky says:

    Hello Greg and a happy New Year to you and yours.

    I enjoyed the show a lot and thought it was the most fascinating one of 2017. The mystery schools are alive and well with patronage being the key in the same way it always has been.

    The interview was enough for me to buy the book when it’s released and an edited volume she’s doing called ‘Believing in Bits.’ They’re both very appealing.

    You’re getting very close to the big Gallic scalp too. It’s coming this year. Betcha!

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