Episode 65- Dolphin Telepathy with writer Malcolm J Brenner

This week things got a little ‘wet and wild’ when we spoke with Malcolm J. Brenner about all things dolphin telepathy.

Malcolm, a writer, shared with us details of his first telepathic experience with a dolphin named Dolly back in the 1970s. Their connection was so strong that it ultimately developed into a romantic relationship that was featured in the film Dolphin Lover.

Our discussion with Malcolm dove deep into his belief, and others’, that dolphins can communicate in a telepathic manner with humans. He shared with us the story of how, when, and where he first received a message from Dolly, where they met, how their relationship evolved, as well as its ultimate demise. We talked about the messages he received from Dolly and what she was trying to convey. And no, she wasn’t just giving the dirt on obnoxious tourists trying to make her do tricks. 

We talked in-depth about what he believes this kind of communicative power between the species can ultimately mean for interactions between man and mammal as well as the world as a whole.

We found Malcolm to be open and passionate about his experiences with Dolly. He shared with us a number of other authors across the globe who have reported on having similar psychic connectivity with dolphins and how he believes we can use these powers in a positive way.

We talked a lot about the human fascination with dolphins overall. The stories of using dolphins as spies and the like. We also had to get to the bottom of the common knowledge that many dolphins like to ‘put the moves’ on people when they encounter them. We got Malcolm’s take on all those elements.

Malcolm’s story of connection is definitely one you don’t hear every day. In fact, he was one of the first people we ever talked about trying to speak to when we first concocted this crazy podcast. A year later, we had the chance to learn all about his life and experiences and they didn’t disappoint.

Malcolm spells out his memories of his time with Dolly in detail in his book Wet Goddess: Recollections of a Dolphin Lover. He is also known for Mel-Khyor: An Interstellar Affair. He has written a memoir about his horrific experiences of abuse as a child in Growing Up in the Orgone Box: Secrets of a Reichian Childhood.

Malcolm’s life so far has been one with many twists and turns into arenas that many would look at as unusual and strange. He continues to write and is currently working on a book recounting his time reporting on the Navajo Nation. In addition to his books, he has been published in Penthouse and Future Life Magazine. Additional details on all of this and more can be found on his website at https://malcolmbrenner.com.

As you gear up for Valentine’s weekend, we encourage you to curl up and have a listen to Malcolm and his tale of a connection that is out of this world and just remember, love is love.


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