1973: Starseed

Transmitted from Folsom Prison by Dr. Timothy Leary “Kohoutek will have a pale blue and yellowtail stretching out for somewhere between 75,000,000 and 100,000,000 miles — the yellow portions of it in the shape of a scimitar. It will first be seen by the naked eye in mid-November and will look dull. But since it will be approaching the Sun at 250,000,000 miles an hour, it will brighten and from mid-December to Dec. 28 the peoples of the world will have the finest Christmas star ever.” How about that, Chump? Do you still believe everything out there “just happened by accident.”    —From a “memo to a friend who is an atheist” in Bob Considine‘s September 16 column in the San FranciscoExaminer & Chronicle.  The quoted paragraph is from a release by the American Museum, Hayden Planetarium.The featured image is from a photograph taken by Jose Tamez of an […] Read More

1989: The Multidimensional Potential of Human Beings

by Alice Bryant and Linda Seebach from BioMindSuperpowers Website NOTE OF INTRODUCTION Alice Bryant and Linda Seebach are a mother and daughter team who have interviewed and researched numerous multidimensional experiencers, catalogued evidence of the experiences, and extended their research into historical, multicultural backgrounds. Alice Bryant has had articles published in COLORADO WOMAN DIGEST, UFO MAGAZINE, FYI, and SACRED SITES and has had interviews published in magazines in Australia, Mexico and Iceland. She has co-authored two books: THE MESSAGE OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL (Llewellen Publications, St. Paul, Minn., 1989). With her daughter, Linda, she co-authored HEALING SHATTERED REALITY: UNDERSTANDING CONTACTEE TRAUMA (Wildflower Press: P.O. 726, Newberg, Oregon 1991). .She has traveled extensively in all of the United States, Canada, Peru, and Easter Island visiting ancient sacred sites. Helping to bring understanding of exceptional phenomena and what they mean to future generations has become her life’s work. Rev. Linda Seebach earned her B.A. degree in Social Science from […] Read More

1999: Eleven Laws to Set You Free

by Guy Finley If we want to grow inwardly we must find new ways to learn about ourselves. These higher discoveries call for higher learning. Think of each of the following eleven laws as individual magic strands of a flying carpet. Make it your aim to weave them together in your mind. Then watch how these lessons combine to effortlessly lift you to a higher and happier life level. The First Law: Nothing can stop you from starting over. The greatest power you possess for succeeding in life is your understanding that life gives you a fresh start any moment you choose to start fresh. Nothing that stood in your way even a heartbeat before stands there now in the same way. It’s all-new, even if you can’t as yet see it that way. You’ve only to test the truth of this fact about the newness of life to […] Read More

2000: Live Forever – Uploading The Human Brain… Closer Than You Think

By Raymond Kurzweil, PhDhttp://www.psychologytoday.com/features3.html2-1-2000Thought to Implant 4: OnNet, please. Hundreds of shimmering thumbnail images mist into view, spread fairly evenly across the entire field of pseudovision. Thought: Zoom upper left, higher, into Winston’s image. Transmit: It’s Nellie. Let’s connect and chat over croissants. Rue des Enfants, Paris in the spring, our favorite table, yes? Four-second pause. Background thought: Damn it. What’s taking him so long? Receive: I’m here, ma chêre, I’m here! Let’s do it! The thumbnail field mists away, and a café scene swirls into place. Scent of honeysuckle. Paté. Wine. Light breeze. Nellie is seated at a quaint table with a plain white tablecloth. An image of Winston looking 20 and buff mists in across from her. Message thumbnails occasionally blink against the sky. Winston: It’s so good to see you again, ma chêre! It’s been months! And what a gorgeous choice of bodies! The eyes are […] Read More

2006: Finding Reality Through Meditation

By Ansley Roche January 18, 2006 When I first started to practice meditation, part of me dreaded taking a seat in the circle. I knew it was good for me, but I wasn’t sure what I was supposed to be doing with my chatty little mind, and I was frustrated with the fact that sitting down to meditate brought out a narcoleptic tendency I didn’t know I had. The meditation leader would sound a bell to initiate the session and within 2 minutes, I would start the sway—sitting upright as I drifted off to sleep only to be jerked awake by my head falling forward: the sway. It didn’t take long to learn that during these sleep-deprived college years, I would need caffeine to meditate. I also learned that I meditate “better” if my eyes are open (different traditions say different things about the eyes), cast gently down, at […] Read More

2011: Junk DNA: An interdimensional doorway to transformation?

Posted on Wednesday, 5 October, 2011 Columnist: Brendan D. Murphy The placebo effect and mind-body connection are well-documented phenomena and well known in the public arena today. What isn?t so well known, however, is that since the 1990s, a genuine scientific framework for understanding the power of suggestion, intention and belief has been developing. In the 1990s, a team of Russian linguists lead by Dr. Peter Gariaev discovered that the genetic code in ‘junk’ (or ‘potential’) DNA—which accounts for a whopping 97-8% of our overall genome—follows uniform grammar and usage rules virtually identical to those of human language. It turns out that the ‘junk’ was laden with the intimations of intelligence, purpose and meaning. This ground-breaking research followed J. Delrow’s discovery in 1990 that the four nucleotides of DNA inherently form fractal structures closely related to human speech patterns.[1] Thus, human language emerged from the grammatical and syntactical structures within […] Read More

2012: A conversation between Carlos Castenedas and Yaqui shaman don Juan

A conversation between Carlos Castenedas and Yaqui shaman don Juan “They discovered that we have a companion for life,” he said, as clearly as he could. “We have a predator that came from the depths of the cosmos, and took over the rule of our lives. Human beings are its prisoners. The predator is our lord and master. “It has rendered us docile; helpless. If we want to protest, it suppresses our protest. If we want to act independently, it demands that we don’t do so.” It was very dark around us, and that seemed to curtail any expression on my part. If it had been daylight, I would have laughed my head off. In the dark, I felt quite inhibited. “It’s pitch black around us,” don Juan said, “but if you look out of the corner of your eye, you will still see fleeting shadows jumping all around […] Read More

2012: HITLER’S POSITIVE CHRISTIANITY…Unleashing the Patriotic Church

NEVER IN AMERICA? This article was written by one of German ancestry whose forebears on his mother’s side can be traced to Martin Luther himself; thence, the incessant interest in the rise of Adolf Hitler and, in particular (through years of research) the undergirding support he derived in his ascendancy from the Christian religion in the heart of Europe. How could this possibly happen? Alas! Could we in America be as deceitfully predisposed to such a malevolent curse—driven by the same demons? Do we today witness camouflaged strategies designed to accomplish a greater horror of unimaginable consequence and upon Christendom of like vulnerability? The remotest thought of such an evil plot akin to what seduced the German people could somehow be foisted upon our beloved America boggles the senses . . . yet, each day, each month, the same cultural polarization eerily divides; the similitude of its military-industrial complex […] Read More

2012: Illusion of Reality

Life is like a dream — you never know you’re asleep, trapped in an illusion until you wake up. In our three-dimensional plane of existence, the world is not what it seems. What appears to be solid is basically empty space. Everything we perceive, such as earth, stars, animals, vegetation, people, buildings, etc., is made up of atoms. An atom consists of electrons orbiting a nucleus of protons. It’s an assembly of energy, not solid matter. And it’s more than 99 percent empty space. Therefore, everything we perceive as solid is basically a glob of energy. Furthermore, what we call “everything” (the universe and beyond) is made up of a vast array of frequencies or vibrations. Human senses are based on a very limited number of frequencies. Humans are only able to visualize “objects” that reflect light. The frequency range of human sight is exceedingly small compared to what exists […] Read More