Intergalactic Anthropology, Spirconomics & the Future of Humanity

Intergalactic anthropology and Spirconomics are explored with author Marcia Schafer. We look at significant technological and environmental changes in the modern world and the impact that these changes are having on human society. We also hear about Schafer’s experiences with various extraterrestrial, multidimensional and spiritual groups as she explains the influence that these beings have on the future of human evolution, in this uncensored episode of Buzzsaw hosted by Sean Stone.

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Marcia Schafer is operates and is the published author of Confessions of an Intergalactic Anthropologist.

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00:01 Welcoming Marcia Schafer to Buzzsaw.
00:45 Engaging with extraterrestrials and beings from other dimensions.
05:10 Spirconomics, Indigo Children and taking back the direction of the future,
09:40 Technological and environmental changes and their effect on humanity.
15:00 Intergalactic anthropology and extraterrestrial and multidimensional visitation.
22:20 Evolutionary impacts on the trajectory of the human race.
27:40 Spiritual groups and their influence on humanity.
37:35 Thank you and goodbye.


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  • Andromeda

    This is why you need Lisa Renee in the show…
    just “evil humans” being able to control all dimensions? nopes, clearly she
    hasn”t encountered the archons etc..

  • jesus christ

    I watched this mumbo-waffle-waffle for 15 minutes and I agree with some of
    the other commenters, she’s too loose for public consumption, perhaps she
    is way ahead of her time…. I don’t buy it though, IMHO, she’s just
    another rotten kyke coming up with any kind of wooo wooo shit to distract
    and divert beings from the truth.
    Flat earth next and holograms on 9/11, no thanks.

  • Pavel Mixlove

    This lady is full of BS Scientology reboot not trying to free human but
    enslaved them with a so called new paradigm listen to her” fill us in on
    your joke it went over our head ” silly rabbit tricks are for kids

  • Scratching TheSurface

    The only thing I didn’t like about her is how many times she refers to the
    book rather that she wants to sell the book rather than help free … What
    I will be selling is different thank ideas … My ideas and knowledge of


    ah shes so new-agey with space brothers love n light no good and evil juss
    a point of view blah blah- thumbs down marcia !

  • jharbo1

    So sad to have so much education resulting in a theory based upon a theory
    based upon a theory, ad nauseum. I am truly fed up with highly educated
    people who really do not know anything truly useful, and because of their
    Ph.D. (Piled Higher and Deeper) think that gives them the right to tell
    everyone else that they must change. Socrates was right in espousing the
    necessity of having a classical education meaning learning not only art and
    music, but mathematics and science. This chick is soooo half-brained, and
    is self-deluded. It would be really fine to give her a buck knife, a piece
    of flint, a gallon of water and a blanket, and send her out into the
    wilderness. She might learn something useful…maybe.

  • Zumrut D Manolya

    I highly appreciate any given effort on this spiritual journey. Her voice
    perhaps may not reflect the best she has in her-which this is a judgment
    where a judgment is nothing but a reflection of one’s self-and her serious
    experience but she is just some spiritual being trying to share what she
    has come up with so far. She was trying to be careful and respectful to all
    types of mind views and I believe we should return back the respect. At
    least that’s what I intend to do. I respect Sean and his way of approaching
    to things, therefore I respect his guest. He cannot be held responsible for
    what they have to say. That is also one of the beauties of the show where
    the guests are free to deliver their experiences. Sean is a professional
    which he with his intelligent and experienced questioning methods can
    direct his show brilliantly. This interview was a good one-to whom it may
    concern-there were clear messages to be received. Thank you 😃🌸

  • eyesopen

    Still look forward to your podcast every Friday, Sean! Regardless of the
    guest. Keep up the good work, Sean!

  • Eric Mowinski

    seems like she rides the fence, but makes some good points. but her
    ‘spurkanomics’ sounds a bit like a rip off from scientology. I would rather
    hear your spin and insights.

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  • Bella Bentley

    I thought it was interesting at minute 30, when you asked her that question
    of the dark brotherhood, (which wasn’t stated like that at minute 30, but
    later on it was), she immediately stopped you and laughed. Saying her
    sources told her there is no dark versus light situation happening. I’ve
    heard another high powered new age teacher teaching the same thing and it
    basically leads you to believe there is no dark, which leads I guess to

    She had a lot of interesting things to say, but I agree like some of the
    others here…why does she keep laughing about it? Is she uncomfortable? If
    you can not trust every contact that’s reaching out to her like she says
    you also cannot trust every human, how does she know when she is told by
    her sources that there is no dark brotherhood…how can she not therefore
    perhaps reason that maybe she is being lied to? I say this all in kindness,
    and nothing personal towards her. That is just what stood out to me. The
    laughter at your very important question that’s been proven with many many
    sources and documents and evidence.

  • A PointOnACurve

    3:16 – Crazy Cat Lady Alert!!
    10:32 – Cute cat, though… LOL!
    17:13 – But even Kitty thinks this alien stuff is BS…
    18:49 – Kitty agrees with Marcia, and decides to not waste its time…

    I am agreeing with her view on humanity, though… it’s good we’re getting
    on the same page. However, the alien source is going to have to be proven a
    bit more. As far as I can see, the alien experience is nothing more than a
    representation of her deep consciousness. Cool… but not aliens.

  • Suz Pratt

    What Marcia spoke in my experience is called “Confirmation of Spirit”…
    Phenomena in Progress. Diggin’ this Buzzsaw journey….thanks Sean.

  • Striker Orwell

    Í had benevolent encounters as a kid and in my teens! I kept silent about
    this b ut my dad, mom and my siblings are witnesses of 2 encounters so I
    know I wasnt mad! The vital issue when it comes to encounters is to be
    aware of their psychic abilities. They can easily put a screen memories
    into your head, so I have remained skeptical but today I had so much
    confirmation indicating they are indeed benevolent!

  • C Dav

    Except from Dan Brown’s Angels & Demons Novel

    RE: Science

    The wheels have been in motion for a long time. Your victory has been
    inevitable. Science is the new God.

    Medicine, electronic communications, space travel, genetic manipulation…
    these are the miracles about which we now tell our children. These are the
    miracles we herald as proof that science will bring us the answers. The
    ancient stories of immaculate conceptions, burning bushes, and parting seas
    are no longer relevant. God has become obsolete. Science has won the
    battle. We concede.

    But science’s victory has cost every one of us and it has cost us deeply.

    Science may have alleviated the miseries of disease and drudgery and
    provided an array of gadgetry for our entertainment and convenience, but it
    has left us in a world without wonder. Our sunsets have been reduced to
    wavelengths and frequencies. The complexities of the universe have been
    shredded into mathematical equations. Even our self-worth as human beings
    has been destroyed. Science proclaims that Planet Earth and its inhabitants
    are a meaningless speck in the grand scheme. A cosmic accident. Even the
    technology that promises to unite us, divides us. Each of us is now
    electronically connected to the globe, and yet we feel utterly alone. We
    are bombarded with violence, division, fracture, and betrayal. Skepticism
    has become a virtue. Cynicism and demand for proof has become enlightened
    thought. Is it any wonder that humans now feel more depressed and defeated
    than they have at any point in human history? Does science hold anything
    sacred? Science looks for answers by probing our unborn fetuses. Science
    even presumes to rearrange our own DNA. It shatters God’s world into
    smaller and smaller pieces in quest of meaning… and all it finds is more

    The ancient war between science and religion is over….you have won but
    you have not won fairly. You have not won by providing answers. You have
    won by so radically reorienting our society that the truths we once saw as
    signposts now seem inapplicable. Religion cannot keep up. Scientific growth
    is exponential. It feeds on itself like a virus. Every new breakthrough
    opens doors for new breakthroughs. Mankind took thousands of years to
    progress from the wheel to the car. Yet only decades from the car into
    space. Now we measure scientific progress in weeks. We are spinning out of
    control. The rift between us grows deeper and deeper, and as religion is
    left behind, people find themselves in a spiritual void. We cry out for
    meaning. And believe me, we do cry out. We see UFOs, engage in channeling,
    spirit contact, out-of-body experiences, mindquests – all these eccentric
    ideas have a scientific veneer, but they are unashamedly irrational. They
    are the desperate cry of the modern soul, lonely and tormented, crippled by
    its own enlightenment and its inability to accept meaning in anything
    removed from technology.

    Who is this God science? Who is the God who offers his people power but no
    moral framework to tell you how to use that power? What kind of God gives a
    child fire but does not warn the child of its dangers? The language of
    science comes with no signposts about good and bad. Science textbooks tell
    us how to create a nuclear reaction, and yet they contain no chapter asking
    us if it is a good or a bad idea.

    The church is tired. We are exhausted from trying to be your signposts for
    science. Our resources are drying up from our campaign to be the voice of
    balance as you plow blindly on in your quest for smaller chips and larger
    profits. We ask not why you will not govern yourselves, but how can you?
    Your world moves so fast that if you stop even for an instant to consider
    the implications of your actions, someone more efficient will whip past you
    in a blur. So you move on. You proliferate weapons of mass destruction, but
    it is the Pope who travels the world beseeching leaders to use restraint.
    You clone living creatures, but it is the church reminding us to consider
    the moral implications of our actions. You encourage people to interact on
    phones, video screens, and computers, but it is the church who opens its
    doors and reminds us to commune in person as we were meant to do. You even
    murder unborn babies in the name of research that will save lives. Again,
    it is the church who points out the fallacy of this reasoning.

    And all the while, the church is proclaimed as ignorant but who is more
    ignorant? The man who cannot define lightning, or the man who does not
    respect its awesome power? The church is reaching out to you. Reaching out
    to everyone. And yet the more we reach, the more you push us away. Show me
    proof there is a God, you say. I say use your telescopes to look to the
    heavens, and tell me how there could not be a God! You ask what does God
    look like. I say, where did that question come from? The answers are one
    and the same. Do you not see God in your science? How can you miss Him! You
    proclaim that even the slightest change in the force of gravity or the
    weight of an atom would have rendered our universe a lifeless mist rather
    than our magnificent sea of heavenly bodies, and yet you fail to see God’s
    hand in this? Is it really so much easier to believe that we simply chose
    the right card from a deck of billions? Have we become so spiritually
    bankrupt that we would rather believe in mathematical impossibility than in
    a power greater than us?

    Whether or not you believe in God, you must believe this – when we as a
    species abandon our trust in the power greater than us, we abandon our
    sense of accountability. Faith… all faiths… are admonitions that there
    is something we cannot understand, something to which we are accountable…
    With faith we are accountable to each other, to ourselves, and to a higher
    truth. Religion is flawed, but only because man is flawed. If the outside
    world could see this church as I do… looking beyond the ritual of these
    walls… they would see a modern miracle… a brotherhood of imperfect,
    simple souls wanting only to be a voice of compassion in a world spinning
    out of control.

    Are we obsolete? Are these men dino-saurs? Does the world really need a
    voice for the poor, the weak, the oppressed, the unborn child? Do we really
    need souls like these who, though imperfect, spend their lives imploring
    each of us to read the signposts of morality and not lose our way?

    We are perched on a precipice. None of us can afford to be apathetic.
    Whether you see this evil as Satan, corruption, or immorality… the dark
    force is alive and growing every day. Do not ignore it. The force, though
    mighty, is not invincible. Goodness can prevail. Listen to your hearts.
    Listen to God. Together we can step back from this abyss.

    Pray with me.

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