On Wednesday, April 16 at 5 PM MST, and repeated on Monday, April 21 at 9PM MST (Monday’s show airs in Denver only), The Isle of Light presents another show for your enjoyment and enlightenment aired on the Internet at http://www.dctv.org.
The guest is Phillip H. Krapf – Pulitzer Prize winner and author of “The Contact Has Begun: The True Story of a Journalist’s Encounter with Alien Beings”. He also wrote the sequel called, “The Challenge of Contact: A Mainstream Journalist’s Report on Interplanetary Diplomacy”. Glenn Rickert, Multidimensional Field Theorist, is the host of this very enlightening show entitled, “Extraterrestrial Encounters.”
Phillip Krapf speaks of how he was first contacted in June of 1997 and taken aboard an extraterrestrial spacecraft. He also shares his straightforward account of what happened during this and his following visits, details on what these benevolent beings called the Verdants were like and why he and a few others on Earth (some are Ambassadors and others like Phillip are called Deputy Envoys) and have been selected to present this information to humanity now.
Philip Krapf revised his book, “The Challenge of Contact” in 2002 to include important information he received — that full public disclosure about ET contact was supposed to be made in 2002 but was put on hold because of what occurred on September 11. His publisher, Byron Belitsos, states in this second edition:
“Of course, this historic communication became obsolete on September 11, as you will learn in this book. Because of this tragic news, and in order to fully update our readers on the effect of 9/11 on the human/alien contact mission, Phil and I have decided to bring out this new edition of The Challenge of Contact. The book is extensively revised, featuring new front matter, a lengthy new chapter, and new appendices. Its main contents remain the story of Krapf’s second visit to the alien ship, which was first presented in the earlier edition…”
Phillip H. Krapf worked in the journalism field for 30 years as a photographer, reporter, copy and managing editor. He spent the last 25 years of his career at the Los Angeles Times on the Metro Desk and shared in a Pulizer Prize as a member of the Metro team that covered the L.A. riots of 1992. Phillip has been written about in many publications and appeared on radio and television shows including The Art Bell Show and Fox TV. Phillip Krapf also spoke at the Global Wings Conference in August 2002 in Denver, Colorado on “The Challenge of Contact – Establishing Diplomatic Ties with Extraterrestrials” with a workshop on “Exploring Personal Alien Encounters”. He can be contacted by email at [email protected] or you can visit his website at http://www.thechallengeofcontact.com.
For additional information about this interview with Phillip Krapf and more, please visit the TV Guide section of our website at www.theisleoflight.com
On Monday, April 14 (aired in Denver only) is the repeat interview of F. Holmes “Skip” Atwater – Research Director at The Monroe Institute – and the topic is “Living with Guidance”. Brenda Cleveland, Creative Goddess, is the host of this very intriguing show. “Captain of My Ship, Master of My Soul: Living with Guidance” is Skip Atwater’s latest book which he speaks about during the show. It focuses on how Spirit works to guide us during our lives. He writes that everyday life is a mere reflection of spirit experienced as an intention to become aware of All That Is. Skip shares his personal and spiritual experiences in his book which includes his childhood experiences, his work with Robert Monroe at the Monroe Institute, out-of-body experiences, remote viewing and much more.
F. Holmes “Skip” Atwater also spoke at the Global Wings Conference in August 2002 in Denver, Colorado on “Hemi-Sync and Remote Viewing” with a workshop on “Basic Remote Viewing”. His websites can be found at http://www.skipatwater.com and http://www.monroeinstitute.org.
The Isle of Light can be viewed on cable channel 58 (you must reside in Denver to access DCTV) on Mondays at 9 PM MST and Wednesdays at 5PM MST. For those who cannot access DCTV, on Wednesdays only, this show can also be seen video streamed on the Internet at 5 PM by going to www.dctv.org. You will need to download the free software, RealPlayer, to view the show which is available from this DCTV page. Internet Explorer and a high speed connection gives better viewing results also.
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