Somewhere in the Skies
Episode Summary: Ryan welcomes Mike Damante back to the show to discuss his newly released follow-up book, Punk Rock and UFOs: True Believers. The book is a call to arms to the common populace and UFO community to come together to better understand the unexplained. It tackles topics like the process of belief, religion, mythology, popular culture, disclosure, media, advances, science, the unexplained, the UFO phenomena becoming mainstream all in a thought-provoking package aimed at the common reader, as well as the UFO community.
In a time where UFOs are slowly creeping more and more into the mainstream consciousness, it is important that we as a society WANT to know the truth, and are actively seeking it. The book is a wake-up call to the every-day person and looks to bridge the gap to the UFO research community. The book was written to simultaneously synergize both groups to a higher level of thinking. This, and so much more, is discussed this week. We also get Mike's thoughts on the developments happening with To the Stars Academy and we even dive into his own personal beliefs on if we are truly being visited by some sort of non-human intelligence(s).
Guest Bio: Mike Damante worked for the Houston Chronicle as a copy editor, writer, reporter and web producer. He currently produces their "MIKED" music blog and has interviewed bands and musicians like Bad Religion, Blink-182, Taking Back Sunday, Tom DeLonge, Tegan and Sara, Aerosmith, B.o.B and countless others. He’s appeared on Fox 26 Houston, Spectrum News Austin, “Somewhere In The Skies” podcast, Rogue Planet TV, “UFO Classified” with Erica Lukes, Radio Wasteland, Newsweek, the Houston Chronicle and other media outlet, and has been considered one of the “best fresh faces in the field." His work can all be found at: www.punkrockandufos.com
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Opening Theme Song, "Ephemeral Reign" by Per Kiilstofte
Closing Song, "I Want to Believe" by Septembryo
SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES is produced by Third Kind Productions, in association with eOne Entertainment