The Great 2019 Shakeup

Aloha, Readers of Blog:

There is no such thing as time and yet a new year is upon us. Figure that one out. While you’re figuring, please allow me to tell you what I’ve figured out I must do for 2019: more undoing. Our Undoing, to be exact. No, this isn’t going to be another clever advertisement blog post for my website, www.ourundoing.com. It’s going to be a clever advertisement for my website www.ourundoing.com and its accompanying podcast, Our Undoing Radio.

But it’s also something else. Something more. And we all know that less is more, so let me also announce that I will be cutting back The Experience podcast to a 2-hour monthly extravaganza. I am accepting proposals for a new weekly show on Whitley Strieber’s behalf. If you are a podcaster, are familiar with UnknownCountry.com, and interested, please contact me: jeremy@unknowncountry.com to pitch your idea. It must be original, not whatever show you are currently doing, if you’re doing one now. (For detailed info, please read this post.)

What will I be doing with my more time that doesn’t exist, you ask? Glad you did. I’ll be producing live events here in Hawaii for OurUndoing.com. Some of these will be for the ever-evolving Our Undoing Radio show and some will be exclusively for members. So, if you’ve been hedging on becoming a member, now is the time. And if you’ve been hedging on giving Our Undoing Radio a shot–or gave it a listen and thought it wasn’t for you–well, I’ll be writing another post soon explaining why you may want to subscribe now, regardless. (Hint: After season 2, it will become something else you might be interested in. But also, if you listen attentively to the first 2 seasons? YOU might become someone else you might be interested in. I’m just sayin’.)

Whelp, time’s up. Time to go. Go timelessly into the night that doesn’t exist, because… reasons. See you soon with another cleverly disguised OurUndoing.com membership drive. And when that doesn’t work, I’ll lower the price. Just kidding.

Pay up.

Amazing Opportunity for High Strangeness Podcaster!

Hiya, Folks!

If you are a podcaster of the high strangeness, ufological, paranormal, and/or occult persuasion, and you are looking to grow your audience exponentially… or you’re a listener who can pass this along to their favorite podcaster fitting the above description… Whitley Strieber and I are now seeking a weekly show for Whitley’s Unknowncountry.com.

What We’re Looking For:

–An original show dealing with “high strangeness” phenomena that runs weekly and is at least a half hour long.

–A host with a track record of putting out weekly episodes and a willingness for longterm commitment.

–Decent audio quality.

–Someone who doesn’t claim to have all the answers and is enthusiastic about exploring new possibilities.

–Someone who can start ASAP.

What We’re Not Looking For:

–A repeat of either Dreamland or The Experience.

–The continuation of your existing show. It must be completely new.

–Anything not in tune with our sensibilities, i.e., no swearing, no overly comedic bits, no paranoid delusional nonsense and stale thinking.

What You Get Out Of It:

–You inherit a large audience.

–You get free advertising for your projects on the Unknown Country website and through Dreamland and The Experience shows.

–Any further possible means of compensation can be discussed later.

Where To Pitch Your idea:

Write to me. I’ll be vetting and sending what clicks to Whitley. So, do not bug Whitley, please, but feel free to bug me by writing to: jeremy@unknowncountry.com

Thanks for considering. Hope to hear some amazing ideas soon!

The Experience: Updates Are Flying In

experience-adFor those of you who don’t know, I have been hosting a podcast at www.unknowncountry.com for a little under a year now. My show is called The Experience and it is mainly concerned with speaking to experiencers of high strangeness from around the world. As of this writing I have broadcast 42 episodes. I find it strange, then, that just in the last few weeks, 5 guests have written to give me updates on their experiences. One name Stephen actually came back on the show to talk about his latest find: evidence that a dream he had a number of years ago where he found himself in an afterlife waystation speaking to dead people was more than dream. He has been doing some snooping and recently discovered that 2 of the deceased people who told him how they died and where were real. He found their death notice in a newspaper article with photographs. He sent me this article and assures me that these are the people from his dream. I have no reason to distrust him.

There was  another episode about dreams, this one involving a man who had one recurring dream about our future from the ages of 13 to 19 that has been coming true over the years, bit by bit. He wrote to me with evidence that one of the final three details of the dream is unfolding right now.

Then there was Steve who considers himself a skeptic even though he experiences psi phenomena. He called to tell me that he had another psychic hit recently. This occurred as he was speaking with a woman he barely knew about a wedding when he all of a sudden blurted out, “You better not forget the water guns.” As the seemingly incongruous words flew from his mouth, he suspected they were a psychic hit on something yet to be revealed. Startled that he knew about the water guns, because how could he possibly, she made the reveal: the wedding reception was to have a childlike theme involving a large quantity of water guns, which she had yet to purchase. That’s fairly specific wouldn’t you say?

The other 2 guests have written to tell me that since doing their episodes they’ve had memories of forgotten encounters with the highly strange surface and are considering coming back on to talk about them.

I don’t know what this deluge means, if anything. Probably it means it takes a while for things to gestate once you’ve exposed these experiences to the public, and so new flowers are just now breaching the soil at the same time, so to speak. Or it’s completely meaningless coincidence. One of the two. Either way, I find the growth and evolution of not just this show but people within the show, guests of the show, a fascinating thing to observe. A phenomenon within itself. And perhaps the only true meaning we can derive from extraordinary experiences as a whole.

Maybe shows like these are not about entertaining an audience, winning over skeptics, or even providing therapeutic value to experiencers. Maybe there’s a web being spun made from the silk of personal epiphanies. And maybe that is enough.