UAP News & Controversies / Exorcisms & Possession

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UAP News & Controversies / Exorcisms & Possession

About the show

Considered by many to be the pre-eminent historian of the UFO phenomenon Richard Dolan is the author of two volumes of history, UFOs and the National Security State, as well as an analysis of the future. In the first half, he discussed disclosure, UAP news and controversies. He considers the David Grusch whistleblower testimony to be the biggest story in the UFO community this year. Grusch, a former intelligence official with high-security clearances and a decorated combat officer, made claims that the US government and their allies have recovered partial fragments and intact vehicles of non-human origin and have been doing this for decades. It's "the ultimate crash retrieval bombshell statement" that many of us have been waiting for, and while some have critiqued his information as being second-hand, Dolan finds Grusch to be quite credible.

The momentum for UFO disclosure seems to be picking up in the last few years, he commented, with members of the US Congress, the TTSA coalition, and various government insiders coming forward or conducting investigations. We could be reaching a tipping point, he added. Dolan announced that he is working on a new book about USOs (unidentified submerged objects), digging into various historical sources. One such case occurred in the Pacific Ocean near Hawaii on August 12, 1825. A naturalist aboard a British ship described in his journal an event that began at 3:30 am: "The middle watch on deck was astonished to find everything around them suddenly illuminated. Turning their eyes eastward, they beheld a large round luminous body rising up about seven degrees, apparently from the water to the clouds." He noted the object was the color of a "red hot cannon shot," and it rose into the sky and then descended back to the water two times in a row.


Ordained exorcism deliverance minister Rev. Shawn Whittington has been seeing spirits and experiencing various aspects of the paranormal all his life. In the latter half, he talked about his role on the new TV show, Eli Roth Presents: The Legion of Exorcists, accounts from his paranormal ministry, and the rise in demonic possession. He described some of the phenomena he's seen around possessed people and exorcisms. "I've been thrown up on. I've seen people facing the opposite direction and completely turn their head all the way around and look back at me. I've heard sounds which sound like every bone in the possessed person's body is breaking." These invading unclean spirits can actually push the original soul out, and if left in a person's body long enough, they completely take over, so what you have is a demon walking around that looks like an ordinary individual, he revealed.

Sometimes very holy people have become possessed, such as priests or clergy, Whittington reported. As to why cases are on the rise, he thinks it's because "humanity as a whole has gotten away from God, and that has allowed the veil to thin," and the demonic has been allowed to run more freely among us. "And it's just like an out-of-control, deadly cancer now," he remarked. He considers demons to be fallen angels who made the choice to follow Satan into battle. However, these demons would rather be anywhere than the hell they inhabit because they suffer too, "so their goal is to is to possess a human body," he explained.

News segment guests: Mish Shedlock, Howard Bloom

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