Dean Radin - The Future of Consciousness Research

Dean Radin - The Future of Consciousness Research
https://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation...

A wonderful presentation and talk on just what the heck is this consciousness thing anyway? :D A well thought out overview of "almost" everything known while keeping it simple, and his accounting the "Media" to task in the shaping of our group think consciousness was almost spot on IMHO -and yet neglected many of the negative aspects of; see "The Century of the Self"

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Star Talk

I had recorded several episodes of Star Talk (hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson) and finally got around to watching them. Admittedly, I was procrastinating big time about this! I found the shows quite entertaining, but let's face it, this is unadulterated "Science evangelism" and "Pseudo-Science bashing". The program's true colors come out in the following episode that features an interview with Penn and Teller and a cameo appearance by Michael Shermer:

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In this episode Tyson also pays homage to "The Amazing Randy" as a champion skeptic.

Around 17 minutes into the show Tyson answers a "random" (but magically related) set of questions from the fan base about skepticism and the limits of skepticism. Tyson literally chokes on the second question. The best thing he can come up with is that too much skepticism is doubting that you have disproved something!

Unfortunately, we are entering a "Dark Age" of Science (and knowledge in general) due to out of control skepticism that suppresses the development of new hypotheses and any interest in testing new ideas, especially those that aren't produced by Academia. We are coming to a point when creative solutions are not pursued and not even recognized when presented by others, because they lie beyond canonized Academic frameworks. University professors are becoming like the monks of the Dark Ages. Thankfully, a few brave souls have used their newfound wealth to essentially by-pass Academia and innovate in spite of it.

New Evidence Lost Civilizations Really Existed

What if everything you’ve been taught about the origins of civilization is wrong? Be it that certain pieces of our history have been intentionally hidden, or that we have yet to discover and realize the true story of our past, new archaeological and geological discoveries are revealing that sophisticated civilizations have likely existed in prehistoric times.
Read More: http://www.wakingtimes.com/2014/09/10/lo...

DoD regrets using virtual reality headsets for SHARP training

WASHINGTON — The Department of Defense may is already regretting its deployment of Samsung Gear virtual reality (VR) headsets for its online sexual harassment/assault response prevention training course, sources say,after reports that trainees have been “enjoying the training a little too much.”

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph F. Dunford, Jr., says the mandatory training “might be a little too realistic to be effective” with the VR equipment.

Read more: http://www.duffelblog.com/2016/07/dod-re...

The "Giants" of Eastern North America

For the last 200 years so much horse shit has been written about the "giants" of eastern North America, it is time to set the record sstraight:

My and Fletcher Wilson's first video on Adena Monoliths,
now NEW AND IMPROVED:

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The Annunciation of the Second Coming and the End of The Randi Paranormal Challenge

The Story of Dennis Markuze:

http://www.dennismarkuze.com/

For the victims of the Afghan and Iraq Wars...

Eleven years

I just noticed the numbers. I have been here for more than 11 years. Kind of scary.

"Bones upon Bones" (The Missing Mummy of Akhenaten)

In recognition of Greg's call for patrons, I'd like to highlight the importance of performing and encouraging esoteric/"grail" research with a current example.

Back in March I blogged about the basis for finding the mummy of Akhenaten in the tomb of Tut.

http://dailygrail.com/News-Briefs/2016/3...

There is, however, another very compelling reason to look for Akhenaten adjacent to Tut in the Valley of the Kings. A later king, Ramses VI, intentionally built the entrance corridor of his own tomb such that his "bones" would be carried over the "bones" of Tut (and his tomb-mate Akhenaten). The diagram in the link below from the Theban Mapping Project shows the 3D layout, and how the shaft of Ramses VI's tomb passes directly over one of the areas of interest in Nicolas Reeves' present investigation:

http://www.thebanmappingproject.com/atla...
http://www.thebanmappingproject.com/site...

The tomb of Ramses VI (a.k.a. Métempsychose, "the transmigrated soul") is one of the most important and interesting in the entire Valley. My own research indicates that Ramses VI also closely identified with Akhenaten:

http://www.domainofman.com/book/chap-39....
http://www.domainofman.com/book/chap-40....
http://www.domainofman.com/book/chap-27....

Ramses VI went so far as to usurp this tomb (KV 9) from his predecessor Ramses V, which further suggests that his role model Akhenaten could be buried beneath the entrance corridor of his tomb.

Post Script-
http://dailygrail.com/News-Briefs/2016/6...

Independence Day

Lately on television there have appeared these creepy army recruiting ads implying that the next new “enemy” will come from outer space. While a cursory glance at this stuff seems to suggest something like the old “star wars” doctrine another subtext is plainly visible – that of “us against the ET’s” ie “Project Bluebeam.”
The imported German rocket scientist Werner Von Braun predicted that a series of hyped up and aggrandized enemies would be created to justify expanding ad infinitum the military/industrial complex, and that the final adversary would be ET’s. He appears to have been spot on. For the perps the beauty of the ET meme is that our own advanced tech could be used to masquerade as an attacking extraterrestrial enemy, and there would be no accountability whatsoever. Socially controlling fear could be further virused into the masses via a faux enemy that could not be examined at all - it would be "beyond reach."
The last video is of Von Braun's NASA colleague and friend, Dr. Carol Rosin, relating what he had told her way back in 1974 about how the roll out of "enemies" would happen.

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Independence Day

Lately on television there have appeared these creepy army recruiting ads implying that the next new “enemy” will come from outer space. While a cursory glance at this stuff seems to suggest something like the old “star wars” doctrine another subtext is plainly visible – that of “us against the ET’s” ie “Project Bluebeam.”
The imported German rocket scientist Werner Von Braun predicted that a series of hyped up and aggrandized enemies would be created to justify expanding ad infinitum the military/industrial complex, and that the final adversary would be ET’s. He appears to have been spot on. For the perps the beauty of the ET meme is that our own advanced tech could be used to masquerade as an attacking extraterrestrial enemy, and there would be no accountability whatsoever. Socially controlling fear could be further virused into the masses via a faux enemy that could not be examined at all - it would be "beyond reach."
The last video is of Von Braun's NASA colleague and friend, Dr. Carol Rosin, relating what he had told her way back in 1974 about how the roll out of "enemies" would happen.

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