Miguel Romero – Catching Up With Red Pill Junkie

One day, we’ll get Miguel to write a book. He’s certainly heading in that direction as evidenced by this recent conversation on a variety of far-reaching subjects. As a writer for The Daily Grail, he searches out and reports/ comments on the latest in the world of the paranormal, UFOs, and consciousness.

We wandered all over the map here, from possible reasons for UFO sighting “flaps,” the connections to other strange phenomena, how a close encounter changes the witness, and how Ufology might be able to connect the left and right brains with new methods of research. With this in mind, we also discussed what a really good 21st century UFO conference should look like.

We also talked about apport phenomena and his design for the cover of the upcoming contactee encyclopedia A Is For Adamski. Miguel also has a blog and his wonderful art for sale on t-shirts.

Above: One of RPJ’s t-shirt designs.


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8 Responses to Miguel Romero – Catching Up With Red Pill Junkie

  1. Rob says:

    The BBC show about nuclear war mentioned was Threads from 1984. It aimed for documentary-style realism and for the time was brutal and hard to forget. Still shocking today.


    Another cheery production from the UK was Raymond Brigg’s When the Wind Blows. Briggs is a very well-known author of kid’s books only instead of magical snowmen or grumpy santas this was the animated tale of an elderly couple slowly dying of radiation sickness after a nuclear strike on England.


    Title track by David Bowie!

  2. Peter says:

    The British post apocalyptic movie you remembered may have been “When the Wind Blows”, an animated film based on a graphic novel of the same name. I read the book as a 10-12 year old and was terrified. The main characters slowly die of radiation sickness at the end.

  3. AJG says:

    “When the Wind Blows” is horrifyingly stark. Watch it in tandem with the BBC film “Threads” (Think “The Day After” but really well done and shockingly grim) and you’ll be ready for a drink or twelve.

  4. Gheron93 says:

    I think they are more likely referring to Threads. Strangely enough, when I was in my late teens, thirty years ago now, the phone rang and when I picked it up there was a nuclear attack warning being played. I just ingnored it and went on with my day, which now seems rather an odd thing to do on reflection 🙂

  5. IMO, the two of you represent the upper strata of hi-end thinking in this kaleidoscopic field and I’d be honored to work on any projects with either (or both) of you. And, if RPJ would be open to the idea of a co-writer on a project, I’d hope to hear about it first and muscle my way to the head of the line to sign up! 🙂

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