Why do we remain obsessed with doomsday myths even when they fail to materialize? What if we haven’t recognized the true message? Also, Jeremy outlines more of what appears to be a disturbing trend and connects the dots that others are avoiding.
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We discuss the psychological, historical, religious and philosophical aspects of end times with Joseph Felser, Ph.D. He suggests that our obsession with doomsday events hides a repressed, healthy longing for reconciliation with our inner and outer worlds, nature and natural spirituality.
Dr. Felser is a professor at Kingsborough Community College and the City University of New York. He graduated from Boston University, received his doctorate in philosophy from the University of Chicago and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Monroe Institute. Felser has been interested in parapsychology and the paranormal since childhood.
He explores the spiritual questions raised by these enduring myths in his book, “The Myth of the Great Ending”.
Jeremy shares his gut feeling that we are on the edge of “something” and talks about electromagnetic pulse. James in Ohio called about a mysterious emergency alert message on April 26 and a connection to strange events. Also, an item of fake news.
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