On this week's OUT OF THE BAG I was joined by Alfred Lambremont Webre.
Alfred is a futurist whose book EXOPOLITICS founded the science of intelligent civilizations in the multi-verse and expresses a positive timeline for Earth. Alfred's 1974 book THE AGE OF CATACLYSM (GP Putnam's Son's; Berkely Medallion: download by donation at Exopolitics.com) integrates Earth Sciences and the psychic remote viewing of Edgar Cayce of a global coastal event and expresses the catastrophic timeline for Earth.
Alfred is chairman of the Mars Anomaly Research Society (MARS) [www.projectmars.net] educating about life on Mars. A graduate of Yale University, Yale Law School and a Fulbright Scholar, Alfred has taught economics at Yale University and constitutional law at the University of Texas. Alfred was general counsel to the New York City Environmental Protection Administration, a futurist at Stanford Research Institute (where he directed the proposed 1977 Carter White House extraterrestrial communication study), and is a Judge on the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal.
Alfred is Director and a Faculty member of ExoUniversity, a non-profit educational entity for continuing online education in ExoSciences, PsiSciences, and Exopolitics.
www.exopolitics.com - "Relations among intelligent civilizations in the multiverse"
www.exouniversity.org - "Continuing education in ExoSciences, PsiSciences, and Exopolitics"
I have interviewed Alfred a couple of times before; but tonight's interview was by far the most enlightening for me personally. I hope you find it similar!
We had a full two hours to discuss the subject and hope that you enjoy it as much as the LIVE chat room participants, seemed to!
THANK YOU Alfred!
In the final hour I played some great music and hearing from Johnny Wah Wah about how things are getting on for next year's Rebellion Festival! Another great hour of chat and punk music!
THANKS yet again Jonny!
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