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Friday, July 25, 2014

The influence Vedic philosophy had on Nikola Tesla’s idea of free energy

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By Arjun Walia via Collective Evolution, 23 July 2014


The Properties of Space
Science works best when in harmony with nature. If we put these two together, we can discover great technologies that can only come about when the consciousness of the planet is ready to embrace them. One example is “free energy,” also known as “zero-point energy,” which utilizes the substance that exists all around us and converts it into usable energy. This would give us a limitless source of energy, and would practically wipe out all poverty on the planet. (more on this later in the article)
The properties of space have been postulated by many, from ancient Vedic philosophy, Eastern Mystics, various ancient civilizations throughout human history all the way to Descartes, Einstein, Newton and more. Humans are curious beings, and our quest to discover “what is” will never end.
“And they allowed Apollonius to ask questions; and he asked them of what they thought the cosmos was composed; but they replied; “Of elements.” “Are there then four?” he asked. “Not four,” said Larchas,  “but five.” “And how can there be a fifth,” said Apollonius, “alongside of water and air and earth and fire?” “There is the ether,” replied the other, “which we must regard as the stuff of which gods are made; for just as all mortal creatures inhale the wire, so do immortal and divine natures inhale the ether.” “Am I,” said Appollonius, “to regard the universe as a living creature?” “Yes,” said the other. – The Life of Apollonius of Tyana, Philostratus, 220AD (source)
Science now knows that a material universe as the foundation of what we perceive to be our physical material world isn’t quite the case. Today, physicists recognize that physical atoms are actually made up of vortices of energy that are constantly spinning and vibrating. At its smallest observable level, matter is energy, and this energy that exists all around us can be tapped into and possibly used to generate power.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Healing: A mystical science that includes miracles - Caroline Myss

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This is a talk below that Caroline Myss did in Dublin this year. It's about an hour and a half.

"...the psychic climate in this planet forms a level of psychic air that you are breathing. And that's all there is to it. And you can tell your self that your living in this isolated country, or your living in this one, and that doesn't mean anything because we all breath together. All life breathes together." - Caroline Myss

I own quite a few of Caroline Myss's books and her teachings and knowledge is a major part of the foundations of energetic and emotional based healing in our day and age, especially from a diagnostic angle.

When I think of Caroline Myss, I think of her expertise in explaining what causes illness in our energetic system, based upon all the situations we get ourselves into in life, the patterns that are repeated, the mistakes we keep on making, which in turn creates energetic blocks, misalignments and so on within our energy system. This in turn creates illness within the physical body.

Another area that stands out to me in regards to what she teaches, is the information she has produced around Archetypes and how they relate to each of us as we go through stages of our life. One of the more common Archetypes that you may have heard of is 'the victim', but there are many others.

Here is her talk below.


UEA research shows oceans vital for possibility of alien life

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Via The Watchers, 22 July 2014


Researchers at the University of East Anglia have made an important step in the race to discover whether other planets could develop and sustain life. Their new research, published yesterday in the journal Astrobiology, shows the vital role of oceans in moderating climate on Earth-like planets.

Until now, computer simulations of habitable climates on Earth-like planets have focused on their atmospheres. But the presence of oceans is vital for optimal climate stability and habitability.

The research team from UEA’s schools of Mathematics and Environmental Sciences created a computer simulated pattern of ocean circulation on a hypothetical ocean-covered Earth-like planet. They looked at how different planetary rotation rates would impact heat transport with the presence of oceans taken into account.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Soul Contracts and Suicide

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Back in December 2012, I posted an article talking about suicide in relation to what happens to the soul if they decide to make that decision while having a life on Earth. I covered a lot of information from Dolores Cannon and also some information from Michael Newton within the article that you can find here, 'Suicide in 2012'.

As a follow up to that article, Lyn over at Focus Sessions just posted this reading based upon a question around Dolores Cannon's information about Suicide. There is also a second question asking about abortion as well.

By Lyn via Focus Sessions, 23 July 2014


Q. According to information from Dolores Cannon, when one commits suicide, they are essentially breaking their soul contract and whatever painful issue they were unable to deal with in that lifetime will have to be dealt with in a future lifetime - a karmic debt that they are not able to escape. I read your recent reading on suicide and I presume the unique situation is considered on an individual basis? For example, the karmic "debt" would be different between the suicides of an individual that cannot cope with the stresses of life as opposed to someone that suffered an extremely traumatic experience due to someone else's free will? I was wondering if you could see if there is, in fact, a difference? Also, I am wondering how abortion and euthanasia fit into the scheme of things? If, on the other side of the veil, we have a choice of the life we incarnate into and the soul enters the body at conception, why would one choose to enter a life that will be terminated before it is even fully started? And with euthanasia, do you see that humans are meant to suffer through death or will there be a karmic debt to repay for that also? What about animals? Humans, with the intention of compassion, "put down" suffering animals quite often. Is this viewed as murder or compassion from the universal perspective? Thank you!!

A.  Regarding the first part of the question "when one commits suicide, they are essentially breaking their soul contract and whatever painful issue they were unable to deal with in that lifetime will have to be dealt with in a future lifetime" to an extent you are right.  If you are given a difficult life path because of a lesson you are here to learn, and you chose to leave that life before the lesson is complete, karma will follow you into the next life and you will be forced to deal with another situation that may be different, but essentially the same situation.  Then I get the example that maybe in this life you felt neglected by one or both parents, in the next life you may be neglected by your spouse you have children with, or maybe your witness your spouse neglect his / her children- you will be forced to deal with the difficult issue of neglect.  How to overcome neglect, deal with the feelings, see the hurt in your kids- you will have to deal with it..  Once you effectively process your lesson and truly learn through experience, your debt will be paid and you can move to the next lesson.


In you are in a situation that someone's free will causes trauma unto you, and you cannot deal with the pain and take your life, you will still have to come back and learn what you were sent to learn in the life you left early, but it is "forgiven" in the universe.. Be clear, it is still not encouraged because we learn from all life experience- both good and bad, but it is forgiven..

Chikungunya and dengue outbreak reported in El Salvador

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It it is astounding at the number of outbreaks of different diseases this year. This is really starting to fulfil past predictions and prophecies out there in relation to virus/disease epidemics and outbreaks, and the connection in relation to the shift. It is another confirmation of a sorts.

Via The Watchers, 22 July 2014


El Salvador is now the first country in Central America with a chikungunya outbreak after several cases appeared in early June 2014 in the municipality of Axutuxtepeque in the Department of San Salvador. Dengue cases have also increased in the country in recent months, IFRC reports.

On June 18, 2014, the Ministry of Health, through the Directorate-General for Civil Protection, established a stratified Yellow Alert due to the growing number of cases of chikungunya and dengue fever in the country.
By July, 1 300 suspected chikungunya cases had been reported, distributed over six departments and 20 municipalities.

Up to epidemiological week 25 of this year, 15 225 suspected cases of dengue had been recorded, of which 5 299 were confirmed positive, 93 of them severe.

These figures exceed the behaviour seen in previous years, according to IFRC. 80 per cent of cases have been found in the population under 20.

Astrophoto: Milky Way rising above spectacular lightning display

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By Nancy Atkinson via Universe Today, 18 July 2014

The rise of the Milky Way and a spectacular lightning display in Mersing, Malaysia on June 28, 2014. Credit and copyright: Justin Ng.

Here’s another beautiful astrophoto, courtesy of photographer Justin Ng from Singapore. He’s currently on a photography trip to Malaysia and by chance captured this absolutely stunning view.

“Knowing that the sky would clear after sunset, I led a group of photographers to this location to film a time-lapse of the rising Milky Way above a lonely boat,” Justin explained via email, “but what happened soon after we started shooting was amazing. We were treated to a spectacular lightning display for about an hour from 9:30pm onwards before the clouds caught up with the rising Milky Way and dominated the skies eventually.”

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

The Convoluted Universe Book Five - Dolores Cannon

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Dolores Cannon discusses her upcoming sequel to the Convoluted Universe series of books. This upcoming book will be the fifth in the series. These books are the best source I have ran into which discuss information relating to the system of life in general, to put it very broadly. While she touches on known questions we have about our Earth existence from time to time, the main focus on these books is beyond this realm.

Her information is gained through her clients via her past/inbetween life regression method, QHHT (Quantum Healing Hypnosis Therapy) which I am a practitioner of.

Dolores explains she is half way into writing the book and that it will be available in 2015.

Even the peaceful find love's nonsense a challenge: Asket of Temmer, Pleiadian

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Maryann Rada just posted this message from Asket. Asket discusses a number of aspects relating to our current times right now. But the real message here is around love.

Description from Mayann: (22 minutes, 21 July 2014) "Love shines through the cracks in our broken world, and through the broken places within our hearts and minds. In the midst of war and surfacing trauma, is it possible to find connection with the divine? Asket shares deep insights about the universality of our world's state and the ever-present light of love, hidden in the rubble yet present and findable, for those with courage to look."

“The Ultimate Goal of the NSA is Total Population Control” – Another NSA Whistleblower

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By Arjun Walia via Collective Evolution, 19 July 2014


William Binney is a former high ranking intelligence official with the National Security Agency (NSA). He is one of the highest placed intelligence officials to ever blow the whistle on insider NSA ‘knowings.’ He made headlines when he resigned in 2001 after 9/11, having worked more than thirty years for the agency. He was a leading code-breaker against the Soviet Union during the Cold war, and was repelled by the United States’ massive surveillance programs.

He’s had quite the go, starting in 2002 when he let the public know of a system ( ‘trailblazer’) intended to analyze data carried on communication networks (like the internet). He exposed the agencies eavesdropping program and has faced harassment from the FBI, NSA and more. He has been in and out of the court room ever since he decided to resign and blow the whistle.

These mass surveillance leaks  are nothing new, as we’ve seen by the leaks recent NSA whislte-blower Edward Snowden has provided us over the past few years. In an interview that was blacked out by the U.S media, Snowden referred to a Super National Intelligence Organization known as the “Five Eyes” that do whatever they want, and are far beyond the laws of their own country. You can read more about that HERE.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Putting the Multiverse to the test

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Science continues to try and explain the possible existence of multiverses. What this means is that by performing experiments, science based research is trying to show that multiple universes exist in other realities to our own one. This goes along the lines of supporting what I have mentioned in the past, that each decision we make may possibility be played out in another version of existence, in another multiverse and version of our reality here.

A good metaphor for the research done by Matthew Johnson as seen within this video below is the following, as explained over on an article talking about this research on RT. 'Imagine watching a pot of boiling water slowly simmer and form bubbles. Some of these bubbles grow into bigger ones, others split up, bump into each other, interact etc. This is what proponents of the multiverse theory believe about the vacuum, which they say came before the Big Bang: an empty field full of energy that had nowhere to go, and thus began creating bubbles – universes, that began to collide with each other and interact in different ways. They represented the totality of every dimension we have come to know – space, time, all the constants and physical laws.'

Video Description: (5 minutes, 16 July 2014) "Perimeter Associate Faculty member Matthew Johnson and his colleagues are working to bring the multiverse hypothesis, which to some sounds like a fanciful tale, firmly into the realm of testable science."


Sunday, July 20, 2014

Magnesium deficiency symptoms explained: Do you show any of these?

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By Aurora Gelb via Natural News, 18 July 2014


 (NaturalNews) Vitamins and minerals are essential to good health. They help build tissues and bones, transport and regulate our hormones, allow us to fight off infections and strengthen our immune systems. When we have a vitamin or mineral deficiency, it plays havoc with our bodies and our health. And the mineral magnesium is no exception.

What does magnesium do?

Every organ in your body needs magnesium. It contributes to the formation of your teeth and bones, helps activate essential enzymes, regulates blood calcium levels, aids in the production of energy and regulates other essential nutrients such as zinc, copper, potassium and vitamin D. Our hearts, kidneys and muscles all require magnesium as well.

Foods high in magnesium include nuts, whole grains and green leafy vegetables, but it is difficult to get enough magnesium from dietary sources. Even when you do get enough magnesium from your diet, many things can deplete your body of this essential mineral. These include a viral illness that causes diarrhea or vomiting, irritable bowel syndrome, diabetes, hyperthyroidism, pancreatitis and kidney disease. Stress, menstrual periods and excessive use of coffee, salt, alcohol and soda can also deplete your magnesium stores.

Stress, Portrait of a Killer - Dr. Mercola

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Documentary Description (56 minutes, 2008): "Stress is not a state of mind... it's measurable and dangerous, and humans can't seem to find their off-switch." These words of warning come from renowned author and award-winning neurobiologist Robert Sapolsky in the documentary Stress: Portrait of a Killer.1

The film, jointly produced by National Geographic and Stanford University where Dr. Sapolsky is a professor and scholar, shows just how dangerous prolonged stress can be.

As we evolved, the stress response saved our lives by enabling us to run from predators or take down prey. But today, we are turning on the same "life-saving" reaction to cope with $4 per gallon gasoline, fear of public speaking, difficult bosses, and traffic jams—and have a hard time turning it off.

Constantly being in a stress response may have you marinating in corrosive hormones around the clock.

This film shows the impact stress has on your body, how it can shrink your brain, add fat to your belly, and even unravel your chromosomes. Understanding how stress works can help you figure out ways to combat it and reduce its negative impacts on your health."

You can find a further description about what this documentary is about, and what it covers, here.


Saturday, July 19, 2014

Your brain - A Shock Absorber...

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By transients.info writer 'The Happy Wonderer'

I recently spoke to a professional hypnotherapist about a hypnotic technique that I had heard of, but knew nothing about.

That being, the ability to ‘shock’ someone - perhaps by an unexpected  handclap, or a “BOO!” from behind - and then quickly following that by a quiet, firm suggestion like “Sleep”.  Was it true?

He confirmed that that is a recognised technique.  The momentary stunning shock causing momentary brain trauma, combined with the ‘sleep’ suggestion can induce a trance-like state.

Image Credit TZA

So?  So a thought of mine that I had pondered a few times crystallised.  And perhaps now is a good time to share it……

Remember 911?  Now THERE was a stunning shock.  Like JFK’s death, it was one of those moments where everyone remembers where they were and what they were doing…..  JFK?  I was home on leave, waiting to greet an old school friend and go for a beer with him.  911? I was getting my daughter ready for school.

OK, point made.

Now, how come so many millions of people swallowed absolute NONSENSE regarding 911, took it as gospel, and do so right to this day?  The utter trash about burning AvGas softening huge steel construction beams; the sheer impossibility of THREE buildings collapsing after a lateral impact, high up, and then falling into their own footprint - a feat that takes demolition engineers months to calculate and plan.  Three????  Yes, remember the well-ignored Building Seven?  No impact, no plane, just an unexplained fire - and it collapsed into its own footprint……  How odd…..

Consume, consume, consume with the false promise of happiness!

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By Andrew Martin via Collective Evolution, 17 July 2014


Victor Lebow an economist, retail analyst and author, wrote a very pertinent account of modern consumerism in his 1955 paper, “Price Competition in 1955,” which was published in the Spring issue of the “Journal of Retailing.”

“Our enormously productive economy demands that we make consumption our way of life, that we convert the buying and use of goods into rituals, that we seek our spiritual satisfactions, our ego satisfactions, in consumption. The measure of social status, of social acceptance, of prestige, is now to be found in our consumptive patterns. The very meaning and significance of our lives today expressed in consumptive terms. The greater the pressures upon the individual to conform to safe and accepted social standards, the more does he tend to express his aspirations and his individuality in terms of what he wears, drives, eats, his home, his car, his pattern of food serving, his hobbies.
These commodities and services must be offered to the consumer with a special urgency. We require not only “forced draft” consumption, but “expensive” consumption as well. We need things consumed, burned up, worn out, replaced and discarded at an ever increasing pace. We need to have people eat, drink, dress, ride, live, with ever more complicated and, therefore, constantly more expensive consumption. The home power tools and the whole “do-it-yourself” movement are excellent examples of “expensive” consumption.”

Consumerism Is Not Sustainable


We have let ourselves to be led down the path of consumption, we have been manipulated into a society of ‘battery hen humans’ where governments, marketers, corporations and interest groups have been feeding us a steady diet of consumerism, laced with deceit, false hopes and non-sustainability. It all started after the Second World War when economies and much of the Western population were in a state of stability and there were abundant energy resources in the form of coal and oil. What better way to control the masses to promote growth and prosperity than to condition consumers, voters and citizens to consume, consume, consume, everything else is irrelevant.