1 hr 3 min

Episode 83 - Morgan Knudsen - Embracing the Unknown and The Gift of Instinct Some Other Sphere

    • Society & Culture

Joining me for this episode is paranormal researcher and investigator Morgan Knudsen. Morgan is the founder of the award-winning Entity Seeker Paranormal Research and teachings, which developed a number of educational programs to help people better understand and appreciate supernatural phenomena, the best known being Teaching the Living, which was also developed into a book based on the program.
Morgan’s latest book is The Gift of Instinct: Paranormal Lessons for an Extraordinary World, in which she shares some practical ideas on how the paranormal can teach people about who we really are and the instinct that calls us to a greater connection with what we call spirit.
In the interview I begin by talking about how her interest in the paranormal started off, and developed into a career researching and investigating this field. We talked about some of the places she has investigated in Canada, and the legacy of the arrival of Europeans settlers in the country, which had a drastic effect on the indigenous cultures who lived there, both literally and spiritually, which led us to talk about the Wendigo phenomena. Later on our conversation leads to us talking about the mysterious Van Meter Visitor, a bizarre cryptid reported to terrorise an town in Iowa in the early 20th Century.
LISTENER DISCRETION ADVISED: Our conversation does include the details of a gruesome murder associated with the Wendigo, which you may wish to avoid if you are not a fan of that sort of subject matter.
More details on Morgan's books, research, teaching programs and podcast can be found at https://www.entityseeker.ca/.
You can support the upkeep of Some Other Sphere with a donation via Ko-fi. To buy the podcast a coffee, go to https://ko-fi.com/someotherspherepodcast. Thank you!
 
The Some Other Sphere is from Purple Planet Music - 'Hubbub' by Geoff Harvey and Chris Martyn.
 

Joining me for this episode is paranormal researcher and investigator Morgan Knudsen. Morgan is the founder of the award-winning Entity Seeker Paranormal Research and teachings, which developed a number of educational programs to help people better understand and appreciate supernatural phenomena, the best known being Teaching the Living, which was also developed into a book based on the program.
Morgan’s latest book is The Gift of Instinct: Paranormal Lessons for an Extraordinary World, in which she shares some practical ideas on how the paranormal can teach people about who we really are and the instinct that calls us to a greater connection with what we call spirit.
In the interview I begin by talking about how her interest in the paranormal started off, and developed into a career researching and investigating this field. We talked about some of the places she has investigated in Canada, and the legacy of the arrival of Europeans settlers in the country, which had a drastic effect on the indigenous cultures who lived there, both literally and spiritually, which led us to talk about the Wendigo phenomena. Later on our conversation leads to us talking about the mysterious Van Meter Visitor, a bizarre cryptid reported to terrorise an town in Iowa in the early 20th Century.
LISTENER DISCRETION ADVISED: Our conversation does include the details of a gruesome murder associated with the Wendigo, which you may wish to avoid if you are not a fan of that sort of subject matter.
More details on Morgan's books, research, teaching programs and podcast can be found at https://www.entityseeker.ca/.
You can support the upkeep of Some Other Sphere with a donation via Ko-fi. To buy the podcast a coffee, go to https://ko-fi.com/someotherspherepodcast. Thank you!
 
The Some Other Sphere is from Purple Planet Music - 'Hubbub' by Geoff Harvey and Chris Martyn.
 

1 hr 3 min

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