1935: Beyond Human Personality

Being a detailed description of the Future life purporting to be communicated by the late F. W. H. Myers [Frederic William Henry Myers, 1843-1901] Containing an account of the gradual development of human personality into cosmic personality through GERALDINE CUMMINS “For it has been my lot to be concerned in a work more important and more successful than anything in my own capacity or character could have led me to expect. I have been one of the central group concerned in a great endeavor; the endeavor to pierce, by scientific methods, the world-old, never-penetrated veil. The movement which took overt shape in 1882, with the formation of the Society for Psychical Research, was aided indeed by help from other quarters, but in its essential character was the conception of a few minds, and was piloted through its early dangers by a small group of intimate friends. With this endeavor […] Read More

1968: The Nine Unknown Men

From _The Morning Of The Magicians_ By Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier Published by Avon Books. 1968. pp 67 – 71. This [legend] goes back to the time of the Emperor Asoka, who reigned in India from 273 B.C. He was the grandson of Chandragupta who was the first to unify India. Ambitious like his ancestor whose achievements he was anxious to complete, he conquered the region of Kalinga which lay between what is now Calcutta and Madras. The Kalingans resisted and lost 100,000 men in the battle. At the sight of this massacre, Asoka was overcome. Forever after he experienced a horror of war. He renounced the idea of trying to integrate the rebellious people, declaring that the only true conquest was to win men’s hearts by the observance of the laws of duty and piety because the Sacred Majesty desired that all living creatures should enjoy security, […] Read More

1999: Lessons in Truth for the 21st Century

an updated version of H. Emilie Cady’s classic edited & with an introduction by R. L. Miller, Ph.D.Abib Publishing CompanyFirst edition, November 1999 Copyright © 2001 Any portion of the material may be copied and distributed in any form, provided that the author, editor, and publisher are properly cited. INTRODUCTION  In the early 1800s, a young clockmaker became interested in what was then called “mesmerism.”  Phineas Parkhurst Quimby was a scientist by nature and, over the years, he experimented with various forms of “mind cure” until he hit upon a method that was virtually infallible.  He called it “the Science of Christ.” Quimby practiced throughout New England until the late 1860s, and is documented as healing thousands of people of hundreds of conditions¾both in person and at a distance¾using only words and thought. Among his successes was Mary Baker Patterson, later to marry and take the name of Eddy.  […] Read More

2000: Shamans and scientists

By Jeremy Narby, anthropologist with Swiss NGO Nouvelle Planète and author of The Cosmic Serpent, DNA and the Origins of Knowledge. From Intrinsic Value and Integrity of Plants in the Context of Genetic Engineering (PDF) In 1999, three molecular biologists traveled to the Peruvian Amazon to see whether they could obtain bio-molecular information in the visions they had in sessions orchestrated by an indigenous shaman. They had no previous experience of ayahuasca shamanism or of the Amazon, though they did have an interest in alternative healing traditions and shamanism. Their age ranged from the late-30s to mid-60s. One worked as a scientist in an American genomics company. Another was a professor at a French university and a member of the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). The third taught at a Swiss University and was a director of a research laboratory. None of the scientists spoke Spanish, and the […] Read More

2001: Are Science and Religion Compatible?

We need separations between religion and science, ethics, and the state. But there is an appropriate domain for religion, and in this sense science and religion are not necessarily incompatible. That domain is evocative, expressive, emotive. Religion presents moral poetry, aesthetic inspiration, and dramatic expressions of existential hope and yearnings. Paul Kurtz There have been many conferences recently discussing the relationship between science and religion. The Templeton Foundation, for example, has supported numerous conferences on this theme. Many of those participating in these discussions apparently assume that science and religion are compatible. They argue that there is no contradiction between them, and some even maintain that science confirms the basic principles of religious faith. I suspect that most of the participants of this conference, made up predominantly of skeptics and nontheists, do not agree. There are many areas where religionists and scientists make radically different truth claims. Some of […] Read More

2012: Ascension Technology and the Sience Spirituality Connection

By Lisa Seelandt One outstanding characteristic of those of us who are actively participating in this new age of discovery and intention is that we are on the cutting edge of science and spirituality. There is an inter-connectedness within the combination of Science and Spirituality. At present the collective “we”, as we exist within the confines of this particular time frame and within duality, have not yet made that connection. For the sake of accuracy, let us just say that not all of us have realized that there is a definite connection between science and spirituality. However, we do not dismiss the possibility that Science and Spirituality could be integral components of each other. This openness and lack of judgment allows wonderful possibilities to enter our fields of knowledge. It is this lack of judgment that allows Lightworkers to weigh what is appropriate for us to initiate within our […] Read More

2012: The Pineal Gland, DMT, Forbidden Knowledge

One of the most won­drous parts of our phys­i­cal body is the Pineal Gland.  It is also called the epi­ph­ysis cere­bri, epi­ph­ysis, conar­ium or the “Third Eye.” It is a small endocrine gland in the ver­te­brate brain. It pro­duces sero­tonin and mela­tonin, hor­mones that affect mood and mod­u­late our wake/sleep pat­terns and sea­sonal func­tions. Its shape resem­bles a tiny pine-cone (hence its name in Latin, pinea, which means “pinecone”), and it is located near the cen­ter of the brain, between the two hemi­spheres, tucked in a groove where the two rounded thal­a­mic bod­ies join. Published on Jun 24, 2012 I did not create this video, all credit goes to the original creator of the video and David Wilcox. Fair Use Notice This video may contain copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. We are making such material available in our efforts to advance understanding of ENVIRONMENTAL, POLITICAL, HUMAN RIGHTS, ECONOMIC, DEMOCRACY, SCIENTIFIC/EDUCATIONAL, […] Read More

2015: Is Consciousness the Bridge Between Science & Religion?

by Peter Russell, Collective Evolution Science and religion often seem poles apart–and in many ways they are. But I believe the two can, and will eventually be, united; and their meeting point will be human consciousness. That we are conscious beings is the most obvious fact of our existence. Indeed, all we ever know are the thoughts, images, and feelings arising in our consciousness. Yet as far as Western science is concerned, there is nothing more difficult to explain. Why should the complex processing of information in the brain lead to an inner personal experience? Why doesn’t it all go on in the dark, without any awareness? Why do we have any inner life at all? This paradox–the undeniable existence of human consciousness set against the absence of any satisfactory scientific account for it–suggests there may be something amiss with the current scientific worldview. Most scientists assume that consciousness […] Read More

2016: Has Science Discovered God?

Einstein didn’t believe it was possible. Stephen Hawking said it might be the greatest scientific discovery of all time. What discovery has baffled the greatest scientific minds of the past century, and why has it caused them to rethink the origin of our universe? New, more powerful, telescopes have revealed mysteries about our universe that have raised new questions about the origin of life. Has science discovered God? But wait a minute! Hasn’t science proven we don’t need God to explain the universe? Lightning, earthquakes and even babies used to be explained as acts of God. But now we know better. What is it about this discovery that is so fundamentally different, and why has it stunned the scientific world? This discovery and what molecular biologists have learned about the sophisticated coding within DNA have many scientists now admitting that the universe appears to be part of a grand […] Read More