Psychic mediums tested under tightest laboratory conditions. Proven accurate. What will debunkers say now?…..
The killing of history…..
Ed Asner introduces The Lawyers Committee for 9/11 Inquiry…..
The Rise of Technocracy – Which Path to Freedom – Looking Behind the Veil…..
Plate tectonics first started moving a billion years AFTER the creation of the Earth helping spark an explosion of life…..
Is the Mystery of the Abominable Snowman Finally Solved?…..
Mysterious and Chilling Photographs of Unidentified People…..
Social Media Psy Ops…..
Dr. Bernardo Kastrup has a new take on who we are… and his conclusions don’t still sit well with mainstream science types…..
Before becoming the preeminent researcher of medium communication, or as she likes to call it, “assisted after-death communication”, Dr. Julie Beischel was a newly-minted PhD in pharmacology and toxicology who was trying to come to grips with the loss of her mother. Grief had led Dr. Beischel to the door of Dr. Gary Schwartz whose controversial research into medium communication had drawn national attention. After several years of collaboration during which Dr. Beischel designed and implemented experiments which have become widely recognized as setting the gold standard in such research, Julie left the University of Arizona to found the Windbridge Institute. Her research into medium communication and its effect on the bereaved continues to shed light on a phenomena that flies in the face of what science is telling us about life and death, and has the potential to redefine who we are.
One of the most hyped “events” of American television, The Vietnam War, has started on the PBS network. The directors are Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. Acclaimed for his documentaries on the Civil War, the Great Depression and the history of jazz, Burns says of his Vietnam films, “They will inspire our country to begin to talk and think about the Vietnam war in an entirely new way”.
In a society often bereft of historical memory and in thrall to the propaganda of its “exceptionalism”, Burns’ “entirely new” Vietnam war is presented as “epic, historic work”. Its lavish advertising campaign promotes its biggest backer, Bank of America, which in 1971 was burned down by students in Santa Barbara, California, as a symbol of the hated war in Vietnam.
Burns says he is grateful to “the entire Bank of America family” which “has long supported our country’s veterans”. Bank of America was a corporate prop to an invasion that killed perhaps as many as four million Vietnamese and ravaged and poisoned a once bountiful land. More than 58,000 American soldiers were killed, and around the same number are estimated to have taken their own lives.
The killing of history
Max Igan – Open Mind Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark Sep 17th, 2017.
A new study led by University of Chicago geochemists found the Earth’s crust was once made of uniformly dark, magnesium- and iron-rich mafic minerals.
The crust on land is now a lighter-coloured felsic, rich in silicon and aluminium.
Previously, scientists thought this change occurred around three billion years ago – but now it is thought to have happened half a billion years earlier.
Plate tectonics first started moving a billion years AFTER the creation of the Earth helping spark an explosion of life
Legends of a hulking half-man, half-ape roaming nearby mountains or forests, is part of many cultural traditions around the world. In America we have Bigfoot or Sasquatch. The Yeti is the incarnation known to the Himalayan region. Footprints and sightings abound as do colorful myths and firsthand encounters. In popular culture, the creature has spawned a TV show on the Travel Channel, a halfway decent SyFy original movie, “Rage of the Yeti,” and a number of guest appearance on a smattering of cartoons, movies, and TV shows.
The Sherpa of Nepal, indigenous people and guides to the explorers of Everest and other Himalayan mountains, have held the Yeti as an important part of their history and folklore for at least five hundred years. In their tales, the appearance of or even hearing the beast is a sign of foreboding.
Is the Mystery of the Abominable Snowman Finally Solved?
There is very little in this day and age that can evade the lens of a camera. We have come to a point where almost everything that happened is captured on film to one extent or another, and every moment that goes by can be instantly immortalized for all of the world to study and dissect. Yet even in this day and age of the near constant presence of cameras, what is caught on film cannot always be fully explained. Indeed, some images can spin mysteries that leave us just as perplexed, or even more so, than if the picture never existed in the first place. Although our penchant for photography has escalated dynamically, there are some things that just make us scratch our heads and wonder what it all means. Front and center among these mysteries are the various images captured of strange, unknown individuals, often linked to some tragedy or crime, whose spooky visages only serve to pull us into intrigue and mystery, their identities unclear and purposes hidden in shadows.
Mysterious and Chilling Photographs of Unidentified People
Richard speaks to Neil Sanders about online skulduggery by some very rich people and some very powerful secret organisations. The manipulation is being done using Facebook and Twitter, but is not limited to social media websites. The vast majority of people are totally unaware of what is going on. Fundamentally there are two aspects. The first is acquiring your personal data. The second is manipulating your opinions, actions and emotions by using this data or using other psychological tricks. Social Media, it seems may have been used to manipulate both the outcome of Brexit and the outcome of the U.S. election. Much emphasis in our media is placed on the dangers of social media due to ordinary people mis-using the internet. But little is being exposed about the rich and powerful mis-using the internet, who have access to far more sophisticated techniques than you or I. (3 videos)
Dr. Bernardo Kastrup: You see we always start from the fact that we are conscious. Consciousness is the only carrier of reality and existence that we can know. Everything else is abstraction; [they] are inferences we make from consciousness. But our culture is driven by this notion that the real reality is outside consciousness. It’s a material universe fundamentally independent of consciousness, and that our inner lives, our subjective experiences arise from specific arrangements of material in this abstract world outside mind. That’s the philosophy of materialism that underlies most academic work and underlies most of science as you know it today. But it also underlies the value system of our culture, our economic system…For instance, if matter is the only real reality, consciousness being just a transient, temporary side effect, then what meaning can there be to life but to accumulate material goods? That feeds right into the economic system and feeds right into loops of reinforcement of existing power structures.
So this metaphysical view of the world entailed by the philosophy of materialism determines not only what happens in academia, and what your kids learn in school, but largely determines everything: The culture around your relationships at work; the way we deal with the environment; the meaning of our lives or at least how we see the meaning of our lives; how we spend our time; how we spend our money; how we see our relationships; and who we maintain in power.
Dr. Bernardo Kastrup has a new take on who we are… and his conclusions don’t still sit well with mainstream science types.