FYI - *Producer hasn't loaded the show.* - Interview with Michael Grosso is the latest in the archives. Wendy's Coffeehouse Podcast. Unable to establish a consistent timing for the upload.. Should appear in the feed at the top of the blog posts when the podcast has been added.
Coffeehouse Notes - offbeat and otherwise -
- Notes from a previous post include the ESP Study, Woman who won the lottery when her daughter dreamed the numbers/1 million dollars, the Cat with a serious attitude who would like you to adopt him. And the Kelly Family is back in action. Fell in love with an Alien.
- Returning The Kelly Family/SoldOut comback back show from this past weekend in Dortmund - YouTube
- Retiring - The Final Show for Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey ending an extraordinary run at 146 years. Gobsmacked Space Fantasy Intro Segment: YouTubeOfficial
And from 2016 the Final show with the Elephants
The future of the Circus? NatGeo
- Revisiting Rendlesham Forest: Colonel Charles Halt returns to the UFO site. East Anglian Daily Times There is now a marker on the trail. He says he never intended for the story to go public. It did. And the mystery remains.
Another interview with Halt describing his memories of that incident and what he has been able to add to the story as others filled in their own pieces of the story. BBC
- Never Bored - 22 Words
- One of the most popular canines on Instagram - 2 M followers - TunaMeltsMyHeart
Wendy's Coffeehouse Podcast Interviews in the Archives
The Man Who Could Fly. Independent Scholar, Michael Grosso/Bio explores the fascinating story of St. Joseph of Cupertino. Documented by the Church and seen by thousands, levitating. Extraordinary.
What if this is not outside the normal range of human potential? Grosso suggests it may well be that we are all capable and simply unaware of how to access that hidden trigger; the one that sends a body flying, up and away, into the air.
Possibly, as with Joseph of Cupertino, it may simply be coded into our evolutionary path. For example, Michael Grosso talks about a levitation experiment he tried with his students. Also known as "light as a feather". He says it was a surprise to everyone when it worked, especially the physically large and stout male who was "lifted" by four petite females.
Grosso is fascinated by and follows stories he refers to as Human Singularities. We talk about the case of Arigo, a very unconventional psychic healer. His latest blog post was about a Contactee. Voices from Beyond.
At least two more books are coming out shortly. One takes yet another look at the Levitating Saint. Follow Michael on his blog: Consciousness Unbound. Also linked here on the side bar.
St. Joseph of Cupertino isn't the only case of levitation. The benefit is that it is one of the most highly witnessed and documented. Wiki cites others.
Miracles of the Saints
Studies in Bioenergy/Epoch Times