Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Tom Levine discusses Black Triangles on National Radio

This sunday evening, May 13th, 2007, I will be participating in a 2 hour interview on The Paracast, a national Radio talk show hosted by Gene Steinberg and David Biedny.

If you haven't experienced The Paracast yet, I highly recommend that you go ahead and dive on in. Gene and David are literally transforming the art of radio broadcast with synergy between national AM talk radio, online forum discussions, PODCASTING, and cutting edge Paranormal guests and material.

If you live in Las Vegas, Nevada, then you can catch The Paracast every sunday night, on KLAV AM 1230, from 9:00PM to 11:00PM. However, The Paracast is gaining a wider international audience online, as it is broadcast via PODCAST with an online, permament archive of previous shows maintained in excess of 12 months.

The power of Podcasting, if you have not yet experienced it, is the ability for you, the listener, to dictate what you listen to, when you listen to it, and how you enjoy the material you have selected. I download my pre-programmed podcasts, for example, every night at around 9:00pm. The next morning, I grab my MP3 player, loaded with all its new podcast content, and I hit the road. I listen to all my podcasts while driving. It's the only way to drive! Think of it as radio TIVO on steroids.

In any event, I enjoyed the discussion with Gene, David, and Jeff Ritzmann, and I think you will find the material covered exhilerating. The subject of Black Triangles were discussed in depth. Many of the talking points raised in this journal, were addressed in the interview as well.

In addition, however, a much wider array of viewpoints, theories and observations were addressed. We basically "got into it". Cigar shaped UFO's were covered, Inter-stellar travel was covered, the human versus non-human question was addressed as to the source of these craft, in addition to David's own, personal description of his sighting of a large craft UFO sighting. It was a tremendous roundtable discussion, and I am honored to have been asked to participate.

You can get to The Paracast, by simply clicking the "forums" links on the left side of this blog, or head on over direct to The Paracast at .

Sincerely, Tom Levine