Re: trey hudson- I'm the guy in Turkey that is friends with the monkey bear lady- AMA
If you listened to the latest episode with Trey Hudson, "The meadow project: cryptid humanoid stalkers, portal boxes, and monkey bears" you heard trey talking about the psychotherapist in turkey who is friends with the monkey bear lady.
i especially wanted to point out Trey was talking about me to clear some things up in Greg's mind...because he seemed perplexed at the end of the show that i was 'from turkey.' I'm an expat living in istanbul for the last 4 years... before that i lived in the US (georgia and north carolina). I practice psychotherapy online. You can check my post history and see i even advertised my services here in a thread about THC plus members supporting each other's businesses.
I'm willing to answer any questions people have regarding my thoughts on the meadow in particular and the carrollton (GA) vortex in particular.
So...ask me anything....
Briefly i will point out that the carrollton vortex is a high strangeness window area in carrollton Georgia. I have been studying the area for almost 20 years. a good friend of mine in the area has compiled a lot of data on the area and you could say he is the carollton vortex "expert". so i got a lot of my info on the vortex from him and have had my own experiences with high strangeness in the area.
I am actually writing a book about high strangeness as we speak. the book was recently picked up by Trine Day press (they do the esoteric hollywood books and some of peter levenda's books) and is scheduled to be in their 2024 spring catalog. So i will be completing the book throughout 2023.
one of the chapters will deal with carrollton vortex.
Also, it is important to point out that the the university of west georgia is unique and important to trey's story because the psychology department there (that trey, the monkey bear lady, and myself attended) was started on orders of abraham maslow (founder of humanistic psychology) and is one of the only humanistic and transpersonal psychology departments in the country.
raymond moody (coined term near death experiences) and william roll (parapsychologist) where professors there. noted transpersonal psychologist stanley krippner was affiliated with the department, as was the so called Canadian tim Leary- Duncan Blewett (one of the early LSD researchers).
So the psych department at west GA is a critical puzzle piece in the high strangeness of this whole thing. In some interviews Trey goes more into the history of the west ga psych department but didn't get into it in this episode.
also, as i have told trey i believe the monkey bear lady is a "Sybil" of the meadow. she has had a fair amount of experiences with high strangeness and has shared some kind prophetic stuff. i think this reality is more compelling than her being a MIB, lol.
Amazing information. Actually checked in to see if anyone had any info on this. Turns out I'm not terribly far away from the area. So now I'm even more interested.
Another strange thing is that the Internet on my laptop would stop working when I tried to see this post. Tried several times and my connection kept going in and out. Wouldn't load at all. Just got the connection interrupted page. Other pages were working fine. So I tried on my phone, and here I am. Really strange that my computer would not allow me to see this.
oh wow... curiouser and curiouser.... my ancestors (thru a medium) told me my book would be 'well read' but would put me in danger....i asked from who and my ancestors (thru a medium) said from 'off worlders'...
so that is weird you report this strange occurrence with the internet and this post...some other weird stuff like this has happened around me and this project.
i'm focusing on using magick for psychic protection to make sure we just stay at minor inconveniences 😉
Definitely need to take steps to stay safe. It's strange that this topic is so well "protected". Makes me wonder if there's more to it than what initially meets the eye. Perhaps that's why Trey was so careful not to reveal the location. I mean his explanation does make sense, but it felt like there was more to it. Part of what got my curiosity going.
Do you have any sources about the vortex for me to learn more? Cursory google searches haven't given me anything of real use.