Earth Energy lines / Ley lines explained…..
Intelligence behind the Universe…..
Strange Disappearances on the Highway of Death…..
The Mysterious Case of the Arkansas Train Deaths…..
‘I won’t defend Danny Healy-Rae’s politics but I will defend personal belief in fairies’…..
They’re Alive! Megalithic Sites Are More than Just Stone…..
Max Igan talks with Christopher Gardner – The BioCharisma Podcast
In May 2000 an unexpected telephone call came from Cheltenham. A lady calling herself Christian Passey said she was a medium who had been instructed by a famous scientist to call and see me. She did not know who he was but she wanted to know if it would be in order for her to come to Bath and give me a reading. I was intrigued and of course was only too willing to agree.
Intelligence behind the Universe
This website is dedicated to promoting an exciting new theory on the origins of the Universe. We have called the website Pearsonian Space after the name of the man who, after 23 years of research, came up with the theory – Ron Pearson.
It is widely accepted now that physicists and cosmologists have come to standstill with their research into how the Universe was created. This new theory fits all observations made so far, has none of the flaws of the previous theories and also provides for several new potential lines of research that can be followed. Some of these give great hope to mankind as they indicate a way at solving the energy crisis and the global warming crisis.
Meandering straight across the continental United states, from San Francisco, California, to Teaneck, New Jersey is the vast Interstate 80, also called simply I-80. Constructed between the years of 1956 to 1986, and sprawled out over 2,902 miles of historic travel routes, I-80 is one of the most ambitious highway projects ever attempted in the country. It is also perhaps one of the most vital, an artery through the country along which countless travelers and truckers surge day in and day out. One portion of this major road cuts through the northern part of the state of Nevada, and this expanse cuts through some of the most unforgiving and lifeless wasteland in the United States, with long stretches populated by little more than desert scrub and tumbleweeds. Here one can travel hundreds of miles without seeing any sign of human life, and at night it turns into a black expanse of oblivion, which has all earned this particular stretch of highway the nickname “The Big Lonely.” It is here along this swath of barren badlands that an untold number of hapless travelers have made their last journeys, vanishing off the face of the earth in one of the bleakest places in the country.
Strange Disappearances on the Highway of Death
Some deaths are imbued with a sense of mystery and strangeness which has never really been lifted. These cases surround themselves with weird clues, strange evidence and testimony, and odd circumstances, all of which serve to launch them into the realms of the most mysterious unsolved crimes. Such is the case of two young men who went missing in 1987 in the U.S. state of Arkansas and would next be seen dead under perplexing circumstances. It is a case that has never been solved, and which truly delves into the domain of murder and dark conspiracies.
It was the early morning hours, 4AM on Sunday, August 23, 1987, and a Union Pacific cargo locomotive was chugging along its tracks through the murk at a place called Crooked Creek, near the town of Bryant, Arkansas, in the United States, on its way to Little Rock.
The Mysterious Case of the Arkansas Train Deaths
More on the fairy sites and road protecting:
I’m coming late to the Danny Healy-Rae fairy story as I’ve been in Brittany in a campervan for the past four weeks with three little girls under the age of seven, so believe me I know all about “the little people” and the damage they can bestow on your mental and physical well being when crossed.
Like us Irish, the Breton also have a type of fairy, or a “korrigan” as it’s known in their folklore, and similar to “our lads” they are known to cause damage when bothered or upset.
A fairy in Irish folklore
But before I even start talking about “the fairies” I want to clear something up. A fairy in Irish folklore is not some little Disney Tinkerbelle yoke that would fit through a scutty little fairy door or some dainty little girleen with wings that you’d buy off an English woman in a health food shop in West Cork.
No, I’m talking bad little f***ers. Lads that could do you harm. Ones that will burn down your house, make your child sick, kill a priest, harm your animals, cut your brake lines or blow out an ESB supply. These are the types of stories, ancient and contemporary, which you get when you cross the fairies in Ireland.
‘I won’t defend Danny Healy-Rae’s politics but I will defend personal belief in fairies’
It doesn’t take much to stimulate the human body’s electro-magnetic circuitry, in fact a small change in the local environment is enough to create a change in awareness.
People who visit ancient temples and megalithic sites often describe such a sensation. The standard explanation is that such feelings are nothing more than a ‘wow’ factor: the result of visual stimuli from the overwhelming impression generated by megalithic constructions such as stone circles, ancient temples and pyramids.
But the cumulative evidence proves otherwise: that megaliths and other ancient sacred places are actually attracting, storing, even generating their own energy field, creating the kind of environment where one can enter an altered state of consciousness.
They’re Alive! Megalithic Sites Are More than Just Stone