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As our guest, Thomas Streicher, demonstrates, we limit experiences by our human perceptual concepts and the categorizing of phenomena. The field of UFOlogy would do well to expand the boundaries of inquiry, and that is what Dr. Streicher achieves in his book, and on this show. A childhood contactee, Thomas had nowhere to go with his personal experiences. Religion, science, and academia all deploy narrow methods of inquiry and dogma that stifle the human spirit's quest into the unseen realms.
Human-alien contact becomes a wider scope of understanding when examined from the unique perspectives of experiencers who lack empircal data, but go directly to the experiences which mark and change their lives and consciousness. In this interview, Thomas talks about his own experiences and how they have defined his life mission, his outlook, and his need to engage a true "service to others" ethic. His experiences, and those of his interview subjects, create another line of inquiry which establishment disciplines would do well to emulate. His book is an achievement of mapping human experiences to the ongoing changes in the Earth and the linkages of human consciousness back to our origins.
Thomas James Streicher, Ph.D., a student of Dr. John Mack, earned his doctorate in psychology from Saybrook University. The founder and director of Divine Spark, a nonprofit dedicated to helping people through free meals and other means to activate the divine spark within each of them, he lives in Nevada City, California.
Extra-Planetary Experiences : Alien-Human Contact and the Expansion of Consciousness. This is a serious UFO book and can even be considered academic. It sheds a positive look on alien abductions from people who have had experience with extra-planetary experience (XPE). This book stands out compared to similar genres because it introduces the term XPE. Extra-Planetary ExperiencesAlien-Human Contact and the Expansion of ConsciousnessBy (author) Thomas James Streicher, Ph.D.Foreword by Stanley Krippner, Ph.D.
Published by: Inner Traditions/Bear & Company