Jan 7

Upcoming Show: Will-o’-the-wisp

I am working on an upcoming show on what some call a UFO, Ball of light, foo fighters and Will-o’-the-wisp. They go by many names and many people have seen these strange balls of lights in the woods while others have seen them in the skies. I am keeping my guest a surprise for now but he has collected some of the best evidence I have seen and it will be interesting to get his insight on the matter.

11 Responses to “Upcoming Show: Will-o’-the-wisp”

  1. Nigel R

    That’s not what a willow the whisp is.
    A willow the whisp is a almost unperceptable flash or smokey streak. I see it all the time, seen it for years. To my understanding they’re thoughts. I can be having a conversation with someone and I’ll see the thought come to them, a whisp of smoke or a flash of inspiration. Literally coming to them. I can’t be the only one, am I? I mean where did the phrase ‘bright spark’ come from?
    To my understanding conciousness is not in our head, our mind is a TV receiver and decoder. This solid world is not made of stuff. The stuff’s not made of stuff, atoms are empty. You can change the weather, know something on the other side of the world, hear your answer in a passer by. Tesla got the knowledge of electricity from a scrying bowl. You have to be involved with a thing in some way, connected, in tune with. It’s perfectly natural.

    • Nigel R

      BTW I’m Scottish and those round balls of light (not remotely wisp shaped), the only thing I heard of growing up that fits the description was ‘the fairies’. Yea fairies are little glowing flying lights and no we don’t have fireflies here. Possible origin of the fairy lights people hang on their houses?

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