Point of Convergence is a weekly podcast addressing inter-related topics such as UFOs, the Phenomenon, alien abductions, remote viewing, near death experiences, out of body experiences, interdimensionality, and high strangeness. In addition to discussing these and related topics, host ExoAcademian will discuss their apparent connection as contact modalities within the bedrock of entangled Consciousness. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pointofconvergence/support
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In the two previous episodes of the podcast we covered the key elements of the case of Terry Lovelace, a man who’s had a lifetime of experiences with apparently non-human, alien intelligences. Lovelace’s case is punctuated by events known as abductio... more
In last week’s episode we kicked off a discussion of a certain kind of alien interaction: the kind – well attested to in UFO Phenomenon literature – where human beings are repeatedly interacted with by non-human intelligences, and often from a very y... more
Over the last several months we’ve been discussing how the totality of the data behind the UFO Phenomenon may include different patterns that, perhaps, suggest that different actors and agendas serve as distinct parts of that whole. Distinguishing se... more
Probably the best and most informed podcast available on the topic of uap and related topics.
This is an excellent podcast. I have sampled most of the podcasts concerning the phenomenon. Exoacademian gives a balanced rational analysis of a variety of topics with a depth I have not found elsewhere. He does his research and it results in a podcast that makes you think and invites further inquiry. If you want a podcast that gets into the topics in an in intelligent and in-depth manner and is not just a rehashing of the famous cases, as many podcasts seem to revert to, this is the place.
Over the last couple of years I have explored further and further down the UAP rabbit hole but rarely does one come across a gem like The Point of Convergence podcast with Exo Academian. (Please excuse my spelling) not only are the topics captivating, but Exo has a way of presenting all the data in such a non-biased way. If and when he does offer his opinio. he is clear to state just that….it’s his opinion. The topics, authors, books etc that he presents and reviews are the most relevant materi... more
I listen to a ton of podcasts and have tried a ton that deal with UFOs. This one is unique because of the format. It’s hosted by a guy, ExoAcadamian, who is both a UFO experiencer and someone who has spent years and years studying the phenomenon. Most shows he does solo by tackling one aspect of the phenomenon and going deep. I am always shocked at how much Exo packs into less than 40 minutes both in breadth and depth. more
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Point of Convergence launched a year ago and published 56 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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