"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.

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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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The Swirling Abyss... or Why I Study Weird Stuff

For a while now, I have maintained that we need to revise our ideas of what reality is. When we look at paranormal phenomena, people tend to have this limited view, this either / or dichotomy. If someone sees a UFO, or a few people have a UFO experience, the assumption is that it’s either a physical craft, or a hoax or hallucination. This view gets us nowhere. We assume that we need to distinguish between internal and external. With many of these phenomena, the answer may involve both. Our culture assumes that anything that takes place in an internal reality is ‘unreal’. An hallucination. If someone has an experience where they have something profound happen to them, it isn’t ‘real’ unless there is physical proof.

The first problem here, is that everything we experience is internal. We have no external experience. We trust what our senses tell us about the environment we are in. Anyone who studies perception will be quick to tell you, we sense very little, and much of it is made up by our brain filling in gaps. The more you study how the brain does this, the more you understand how little we really can tell from our senses. That includes any instruments that we invent to measure our environment, since those are also interpreted through our rather imperfect senses.

Then we have the studies that show that our brains actually can react to things BEFORE they sense them. This brings in the question of time, and what it really is. Clearly, an argument can be made here for pre-cognition, but I think this is more how we interact with reality than anything specific to what we think of as the future. Information may travel in all directions, or what seem like directions, if all of time happens at once. We move through it as we do, because we need to, to have free will, if we have free will, and to accumulate experience. From outside our senses, time may be all one thing, information, that I just there, and we choose how to move through it. So interacting in ways that seem out of sync with time, may not be so strange, just how we interact. Someone who is ‘Psychic’ may have just picked up how to read this information outside of our current location. Jane Robert’s Seth once said something to the effect that time is just what your brain can process at any one moment. Time flies when you are busy, and slows to a crawl when you are bored. In the latter, there is less to process so the sense of time slows. Of course, it’s all subjective, but my point is, everything is just subjective in the end.

We can’t examine our reality from the outside. We can’t examine our consciousness from the outside, either. Everything we know is likely wrong to some degree, we can only refine what we understand from within the system. If you were a character in a computer game, it would be inconceivable to understand what the outside of the computer was like. You only would know what was in your reality, and you wouldn’t understand the confines of that, either. That is where we are. Our materialistic view of things allows extra-terrestrials. So when someone reports a UFO, it’s either ET or bunk. When you get into some of the stranger experiences, and the other experiences that connect with sightings and such, it makes no real sense as simply an ET encounter. Our reality framework, however, fails us. Quantum physics suggest some interplay of consciousness with the basic building blocks of matter. This has of course been used to explain so many things, and usually without a full understanding of the current science.

What we have is us. We have our conscious place in this reality. We look through cloudy eyes, and hear through muddled ears, but we stumble along ok. Our brain’s software has pretty good error correction on it, so we think it’s all continuous and seamless. We don’t know about what it doesn’t tell us about. These experience we call paranormal, may just be what the brain tries to filter out, but sometimes fails. It may then have to build a framework to explain it. Something unrecognized in the road that it didn’t filter… Monster. There, taken care of. Well at least for the brain’s part. We may share some connections and interpretations, or there may be feedback, so when everyone in the car sees it, it’s because someone’s brain edited the information to make it a monster. Maybe it’s a dangerous spot in what we call reality that we should avoid. It doesn’t know how to manifest that to you, so… Monster!

When we take hallucinogens, or trance out driving down the road, or slip into an unusual altered state while sleeping… Aliens. Or Fairies. Or whatever. We encounter another intelligence, normally invisible to us, and our brain has to make sense of it for us. Today, it’s often Grey aliens, especially where they are part of the pop culture. We can deal with that. Aliens fit our reality model. They are external. The reason the question on all this is still open is not due to whether these experiences are real or not, but due to the fact that we don’t have an nearly accurate enough model of reality. Once we have an encounter, our brain has a framework to work with, maybe it then can remember glimpses of encounters it previously was able to filter out, and the next time this intelligence is encountered, the brain doesn’t feel that need to filter it out, because it now has some framework to present it to you. As long as you don’t question the framework, you can be very sure about what you are experiencing, even if not everyone believes you. Your information feeds back to them, to reality, to others, and now we have greys abducting people. It may barely resemble what is actually occurring, but we need everything to be nested in what makes us feel most safe about reality. The experience may scare us, but not as much as how alien what is really occurring is. It may not be as scary as realizing how little we know about ourselves and where we seem to exist. These are the realms of madness, and some monster in the woods, some ghostly spirit, or aliens coming to probe us, are far preferable to the abyss that lies below our certainty.

We are what we are. We are limited for a reason. It doesn’t mean we can’t expand our perceptions, our reality. I study and explore these things for this very reason. I want to know more, I am curious, an explorer. If UFO’s were just ET’s visiting us, well, that would be rather disappointing at this point. It is what it is, but as far as I can see, that is just the current camouflage. These phenomena may tell us far more about who we are and what reality truly is that any ET could. They may all manifest from us, for all we know, and even that, tells us so much about us and reality. I think the majority of people out there want to cling to that safe belief system. Whether It be that of the debunker who just won’t believe any of it no matter what the evidence, or the people who accept something strange is happening, but have created what you may call expanded reality blankets to cover it. Yes, it’s strange and scary, but they’re just from another planet, or they are lost souls, or demons from hell, or an undiscovered ape. If we can label them, give it a structure that fits into our beliefs, we are safe, even if scared of that illusion. The thing we truly fear, is that chaos, that insanity around us that we can’t perceive at all directly, but we gets hints at being there. We can’t understand it, not yet anyways, and it’s so big and overwhelming, that again, it is madness to us. We are not as fragile as we fear, but our beliefs of how things are, can be.

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Eight Martinis Remote Viewing magazine - Issue 14
April 2016

This issue is packed with great insights, Remote Viewing examples and articles on a large range of Remote Viewing and ESP topics from some of the key people within Remote Viewing and is packed with 68 pages.

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• Moving Sideways in Time - Lyn Buchanan
• WWC Group sets the pace in Associative Remote Viewing - T.W.Fendley
• 18 Years of Excitement: CRV Stories from a Professional Remote Viewer - Lori Williams
• An interview with Angela Ford - A Project Star Gate Remote Viewer - Daz Smith & Angela Ford
• Archetypes, Atoms & Alchemy Remote Viewing in a (Quantum) Nutshell - Dr. David Shaver
• CIA Sponsored American Institutes of Research (AIR) Remote Viewing Report in 2016: The View From Under The Bus - by Teresa Frisch
• Remote Viewing Example: Rock Hewn Churches, Lalibela, Ethiopia - Hitomi Akamatsu

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The Bicameral Prince

Been rereading Greg's item on Prince's youthful encounter with an angel effecting a cure of his epilepsy.

Off the top of my head, children tend towards bicameralism 'til cultural or physical pressures guide them towards contemporary consciousness. Being brief: imaginary friends, psi sensitivity, et al..

Epilepsy is often part of people who channel the divine. My pet theory on epilepsy is the right brain is striving to be the dominant hemisphere, putting lefty in the back seat. Since millennia of natural selection have been kind to the rational, detail-oriented, Apollonian hemisphere, it's a tough battle.

The right wants to clap the body's hands, while the left wants to write. The struggle manifests in seizures as each hemisphere fights with multiple impulses making the body haywire.

I propose Prince had a seizure, saw the angel (actual or imaginary, I can nor will not say), and a détente was effected, ending the mental struggle.

Which side won? I dunno, but one thing to appreciate is Prince's profligate songwriting. The Daily Mail's Charlie Moore says there's a room at Paisley Park containing 2000 unreleased tracks. It's possible there could be a new Prince album released every year for a century with those songs.

The brain's right hemisphere is emotional and creative, and Julian Jaynes proposed it was the source of divine voices and hallucinations. Perhaps Prince was firing on both cylinders, or hemispheres, rather than relying upon an overtaxed conscious mind and a seemingly-lazy subconscious mind.

Ghost Hunting With Kinect Cameras

XBox's infra-red based "Kinect" technology is being used more and more by ghost hunters with some intriguing results. The Ghost Adventures crew has also captured some startling footage this way though I haven't found any of it on Youtube. The crews below caught some equivalent moving imagery:

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The Carbonaro Effect

I have become a devotee of the TV show "The Carbonaro Effect" - it constantly reminds me of how government and the financial system operate - sleight of hand and misdirection.

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Cloaking Errors?

Video and still images of what appear to be high tech craft in the skies caught in faint, transient cloaking errors and often associated with the "mystery booms" being reported all over the place.

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Mankind

I believe man has been on this planet NOT for thousands of years, but for millions of years. Why it's been kept secret I don't know, hopefully sometime in the near future we will find out why.