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Bringing Clarity To The Unidentified [Aerial Phenomena]. Research and Field Work investigating UFOs and related phenomena: UFO/UAP, CE-5, Consciousness, and more! Engaging The Phenomenon; Directly, Intellectually, Philosophically, Socially, and Beyond. An inclusive approach to The UFO Phenomenon: CE-5(Contact)/Field Work, UFO Research, the Experiencer Phenomenon, Consciousness, and more. Thank you for looking into this important information at this time. We are in incredible times. Encourage ...
 
Over the past few years, the ONLINE COACHING industry has welcomed thousands of new recruits as new entrepreneurs seek the holy grail: to achieve passive income in their lifetime, from the comfort of their own couch. We are witnessing a GLOBAL PHENOMENON in the making, as entrepreneurs find ways to increase their income, increase their impact, and become some of the highest earning self-made magnates in the world. This is the podcast for online coaches, consultants, authors and solopreneurs ...
 
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In our first phenomenon stories we talk about the disappearances of Tom and Keith in Silver Plume, CO and the mysterious, phenomena of a hum heard around the world! Phenomenon Story 1- "Dark Side of the Mountain"- References: Walter, Eric (2021). Dark Side of the Mountain. https://www.darksidedoc.com The Case of Tom Young. https://unsolvedmysteries…
 
Director Jonathan Demme had the reputation as one of the most humanist filmmakers — meaning his films had the ethos of “no one is evil” and everyone had their reasons. In that regard, Rachel Getting Married might have been his masterpiece of this ethos. On today’s episode, I’m joined by the film’s editor, Tim Squyres, in an episode that double as b…
 
Today we are joined by former CIA intelligence officer Andrew Bustamante; the host of the EveryDay Espionage Podcast and EveryDaySpy YouTube channel & website. (@EverydaySpy) - We discuss the UAP topic as it pertains to National Security, Intelligence & more!Be sure to check out his website and social media. Check out the video interview on the Eng…
 
Quentin Tarantino's ethos was once described, efficiently, by the online writer Film Crit Hulk thusly: “Never hate a movie.” That ethos never had a better distillation than the film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood except for one joyous example — its novelization. On this episode I’m joined again by Tyler Coates and Ted Haycraft to discuss the expansi…
 
Dr. Joseph Burkes joins us to discuss Mission Rahma - A group of Contact Activists from Lima, Peru that expanded to a low-key global network of Contact Workers beginning in 1974. The Mission Rahma Contact Network.See the video interview on the Engaging The Phenomenon YouTube channel.
 
Dr. Joseph Burkes MD and Engaging The Phenomenon discuss the early years of the CSETI organization and Contact Underground; an Underground network of Contact Activists initiating Contact with UFO intelligence. We also discuss the early years of Dr Greer and CSETI.See the video interview on Engaging The Phenomenon YouTube channel.…
 
With Charles Grodin’s passing two weeks ago, an appreciation of his under-appreciated career can’t neglect what is most inarguable his finest cinematic (two-)hour(s): Martin Brest’s 1988 buddy comedy co-starring Grodin and Robert De Niro, in his first studio starring comedy role. Ted Haycraft and I are joined by the film’s editor Billy Weber on thi…
 
The one entry in Michael Mann’s filmography that the director rarely speaks about is his second theatrical feature and his one foray into fantasy, an unfortunate experience both with its production and post-production. On this episode, I’m joined by Ted Haycraft and Lani Gonzalez as we discuss: why a movie can’t necessarily be categorized as a “mes…
 
Deliverance author James Dickey’s final novel, an intense and primal WWII story about a crashed Air Force gunner trying to make his way through the Tokyo firebombing north to Alaska, was published in 1993 and promptly given to top shelf screenplay attempts at this nearly dialogue-free story. The first was in 1996 by David and Janet Peoples, fresh o…
 
Two filmmakers’ filmmakers, ones who both honed their craft in ’60s low-budget B drive-thru movies before achieving gradual and undeniable acclaim, died this past week: Monte Hellman and Richard Rush. I’m joined by Ted Haycraft to discuss Hellman’s most celebrated film and, arguably, Rush’s most interesting one. On this episode we discuss: how Two-…
 
The Phenomenon returns this fall with a brand new collection of stories, each from a different writer. After so long avoiding the sky and staying hidden, survivors of The Phenomenon venture back out into the world with tales to share and plans to push humanity forward. The skies are clear… now what? The Phenomenon Season 4. Coming fall 2021. phenom…
 
Though born in Chicago, Budd Boetticher was adopted and raised in Evansville, making him somewhat inarguably its most notable filmmaking resident. Ted Haycraft is back and joined by writer Robert Nott, author of The Films of Budd Boetticher, to discuss the director’s movies with Randolph Scott, and more: Boetticher’s influence on filmmakers Clint E…
 
Famed as the movie that destroyed a studio and an Oscar-winner, writer/director Michael Cimino’s Heaven’s Gate got its reputation replenished with a Criterion edition in 2012. But why do some sophisticated film-viewers still view it as an eye-roll-worthy indulgence? On this episode is Michael Epstein, director of the documentary Final Cut: The Maki…
 
As I hit 1K followers on Instagram into my 4th year in business, I must say I feel grateful. I'm thankful for the lessons and for all those times I hit my head against the wall trying to GROW MY AUDIENCE when really all I needed was to figure out how to serve an audience that was waiting for me. Nothing would give me more joy than to see you learn …
 
From the stages of Broadway musicals came one of the most adventurous and innovative editorial directors, and that adventurousness peaked with Bob Fosse’s 1979 autobiographical film. On this episode is the esteemed editor Keith Fraase, discussing: the 8½-inspired sub-genre of directors making autobiographical movies about them making movies, the Fo…
 
How does a movie get into Netflix’s Top 10, seemingly out of nowhere — especially an indie production? On this episode writer/director Anna Elizabeth James and editor F. Brian Scofield talk their film Deadly Illusions, which recently spent almost a week as the #1 film on Netflix both domestically and internationally. (As of this writing, it’s still…
 
With Michael F. Schein, Author of The Hype Handbook Michael F. Schein has made a name for himself for taking on the biggest names in the online world: Gary Vaynerchuck, Simon Sinek, and other thought leaders. But he’s not just a writer with a literary hit list. Michael is the founder and president of MicroFame Media, a marketing agency that special…
 
Another cross-over episode! I’m joined by podcaster Ryan Whitten to discuss this new/old cut of the infamous sophomore film from the the creative and once-promising Richard Kelly, a cut first shown and panned by critics at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival before being reedited into a shorter and (supposedly) more coherent domestic version that was pan…
 
With Terri Wade, Self-Mastery Coach Terri Wade is a self-mastery coach whose business journey started in helping small businesses grow, and although her dad still thinks she should be working in silicon valley rather than the online world (#nobodyknowswhatIdo, right?), her calling to help women live abundant lives through business will not be silen…
 
Four years before Pulp Fiction set off a trend of quirky, violent crime films in the ’90s, writer/director George Armitage adapted the first of Charles Willeford’s Hoke Moseley novels with this violent, titularly Miami-based gem starring a gorgeous and unhinged Alec Baldwin. On this episode former guests Kyle Smith and Tyler Savage discuss: this 19…
 
We study Rachel Joy, Trainer of NLP and Master Coach Do you ever feel envious of overnight success stories? In this episode we talk about how to stay in our lane and realize that the comparison game hurts all of us a lot more than it helps. I also teach you about 3 things that our last guest, Rachel Joy, is doing very right in her business, and you…
 
The best way we thought to celebrate the great writer Mark Harris’s new book Mike Nichols: A Biography, a book about the famed director filled with the instructive anecdotes he used as tools for directing actors, was to find the best examples the public has to those anecdotes in Nichols’ own voice. In the DVD audio commentaries for Who’s Afraid of …
 
With Rachel Joy, Trainer of NLP and Master Coach If your childhood and upbringing were marked by trauma, and you know in your heart that you were meant for more, listen to this incredible conversation with trauma survivor Rachel Joy. She shares with us what growing up was like, her own experience with addiction, and the bright future she envisioned…
 
We study Sue B Zimmerman, The Instagram Expert In the last episode of The Global Phenomenon podcast, we interviewed Sue B Zimmerman, the instagram expert, and she left behind some clues of her success that you can start implementing right away. In this companion episode I will teach you how to grow your business by FOCUSING on what is important and…
 
Literary-cinematic powers unite! Ted Haycraft is back to talk about this 2013 film, Cormac McCarthy’s follow-up to both his novel and the film of No Country for Old Man, a spec script that quickly garnered director Ridley Scott and a cadre of stars’ participation — and promptly disappointed critics and audiences. On this episode we discuss that dis…
 
With Sue B Zimmerman, The Instagram Expert Sue B Zimmerman could be a case study in confidence. After 8 years of the ultimate pivot where she planted her stake in the ground and became the instagram expert, she has amassed over a hundred thousand followers on instagram and millions of dollars in revenue. She will tell you herself she has always bee…
 
We study Melissa Lin, Entrepreneur & Business Coach Do you feel like your identity is keeping you stuck where you are? How are you supposed to pivot when it feels like you're leaving part of you behind? Let's talk about this and more in this companion episode. In this episode we also answer the following listener questions: “I'm wondering how to re…
 
Lani Gonzalez is back to discuss her favorite film star and his (un)surprisingly(?) charming 1964 film, Grant’s penultimate screen appearance, also his last starring role, and the willingness for the most debonair branded film-star to finally show silver hair, beard stubble, and an untucked shirt. Also: the juvenile delinquency of director Ralph Ne…
 
With Melissa Lin, Entrepreneur & Business Coach MELISSA LIN started out as a successful chemical engineer. After shedding her skin a couple of times she is now headed for the 7 figures with her coaching business. Her story of going from corporate role model, to fitness guru, to business coach, is one we can all learn from. If you believe your ident…
 
We study Suzy Ashworth, Quantum Transformation and Embodiment Coach In the last episode of The Global Phenomenon Podcast, Suzy Ashworth showed us how your mindset can greatly impact your success, and when you apply the methodology of quantum healing, you can remove ceilings that have been keeping you down. Suzy's business went from being stuck at 4…
 
With Suzy Ashworth, Quantum Transformation and Embodiment Coach Suzy Ashworth is a Quantum Transformation and Embodiment coach who helps entrepreneurs step into a higher version of themselves, a version that believes they are deserving of higher success. If you’re not into the woo woo, hey, me either, and Suzy is one of us. She’s one of the most pr…
 
We study Lisa Johnson, The Passive Income Queen When it comes to growing your online business, all the strategy is secondary. It's the mindset shifts that truly matter. Listen for the 3 things that Lisa Johnson is doing very right in her business and you should start doing right now. The biggest mindset shift is number 1! In this episode we also an…
 
It’s obviously not just the film industry that’s having trouble during the pandemic; the music industry’s working bands have found their main revenue stream of touring currently not an option for this last year. On this episode is Laura Colwell and Stephen Salisbury of the Austin, TX band Sun June, who, between their dreamy “regret pop” and self-di…
 
With Lisa Johnson, The Passive Income Queen When Lisa Johnson was just 21 years old she planned her own suicide, and though she decided not to go through with it, the decision that saved her life sparked an entire life fueled by grit and one single belief: that she could do anything she put her mind to. Now running a 7 figure business, Lisa is at t…
 
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