Dominic Smith – The Exploded Lunch, report four: Welcome to the dream library

From Dominic Smith's introduction to this show The dreams you hear in this episode were collected from within the ‘Circle of Trust’. I sent out magnetic tape-based Dictaphones and asked participants to record their dreams in the morning. I chose tape because I also wanted to use a medium that would potentially be affected by … Continue reading Dominic Smith – The Exploded Lunch, report four: Welcome to the dream library

Dominic Smith – The exploded lunch, report three – Sightings, contact, memories, and lures

Dominic Smith continues his research on High Strangeness. Please read his extensive introductions to each report to gain better understanding, but also to find leads to further studies. I quote from the introduction to Report three: "There is a procedure in cognitive psychology, it is called the Deese–Roediger–McDermott (DRM) Paradigm. Named after the initials of … Continue reading Dominic Smith – The exploded lunch, report three – Sightings, contact, memories, and lures

Dominic Smith – The exploded lunch, report two – Archetypes, artefacts and apparitions

Dominic says My intention when starting this series is to gain a better understanding of subjects that fall into the category of High Strangeness. The term High Strangeness was first coined by Astronomer Dr. J Allen Hyneck. It was originally used to define unexplained activity around the UFO phenomena, but it has grown in use … Continue reading Dominic Smith – The exploded lunch, report two – Archetypes, artefacts and apparitions

Dominic Smith – The exploded lunch, Report one — Breaking through — Diodes, transistors, tables and tapes.

The first show by Dominic Smith in what will become a series of twelve. The shows will be broadcasted first by Stars and Shadows Cinema radio in Newcastle. They have generously agreed to our radio re-proposing the series. Dominic has written an extensive introduction to the show. "The subject of this first report is vast. … Continue reading Dominic Smith – The exploded lunch, Report one — Breaking through — Diodes, transistors, tables and tapes.