The new museum is located in the famous gothic quarter of Barcelona, within walking distance of the beach and the Ramblas boulevard. Ben Dronkers (Sensi Seeds, Hempflax, Hash Museum) purchased the wonderful 16th century Palau or Palace Mornau in 2001 and spared no expense or trouble to turn it into a world class museum. His vast cannabis collection of over 6500 pieces has finally been professionally catalogued and the original Hash Museum in Amsterdam has been thoroughly renovated and upgraded. Hats off to the extended Dronkers family: the results in both cities are spectacular. Continued…..
A Russian scientist is trying to convince people they can change the world simply by using their own energy. He claims that thinking in a certain way can have a positive or negative effect on the surrounding environment. We are developing the idea that our consciousness is part of the material world and that with our consciousness we can directly influence our world, said Dr. Konstantin Korotkov, professor of physics at St. Petersburg State Technical University.
To bridge our understanding of the unseen world of energy, scientific experiments are being carried out using a technique called bioelectrophotography. The assumption is that we are constantly emitting energy. Bioelectrophotography aims to capture these energy fields seen as a light around the body — or what some people would call your aura.
Studies at the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) Laboratory have suggested that the mind has the subtle capacity to influence the output of devices known as Random Event Generators (REGs).
The video below is a very brief synopsis of the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research laboratory of Princeton University, whose research into mind-matter interaction forms the foundation of Psyleron Technology. Watch interviews with key PEAR lab staff, as they explain their experiments, including random event generators, their findings, and finally some of their implications.
This is footage edited from Aaron Michels. The PEAR Proposition – an 8-hour DVD set detailing the PEAR laboratory and its discoveries. You can find it on the Psyleron website.
Tom Campbell, physicist, and author of My Big TOE, responds to Dr Rupert Sheldrake’s 10 dogmas of science from Dr Sheldrake’s book The Science Delusion (Science Set Free in the US), and discusses the one concept that shakes up materialist worldview scientists the most – Consciousness.
Materialist worldview scientists have taken small steps for man for the past 100 years and now need to understand (fittingly from a NASA physicist) that the next “giant leap for mankind” in science is Consciousness.
TED : Dr Rupert Sheldrake’s 10 Dogmas of Science
In his own words:
“Urgent call for help against an attempt to censor my work.
I have received notification today that my recent 18-minute TEDx video presentation, “The War on Consciousness” (YouTube) which has at time of writing received more than 132,000 views, is to be deleted from the TEDx website because what I say in that presentation allegedly “strays well beyond the realm of reasonable science”, and because I allegedly make “non-scientific and reckless” statements about psychotropic drugs. I am fighting these charges from TED’s Science Board which in my opinion are untrue and amount to nothing more than an ideologically driven attempt to censor my work. All the indications, however, are that my presentation will be deleted some time today…
…I don’t intend to allow this bizarre transgression of my freedom of speech on the part of an institution – TED – for which I once had the highest respect, to pass without a fight…” (paraphrased)
Mar 21 2013: I previously commented that I would not post further on this Blog page because it is so clearly designed to distract public attention from the disastrous way TED have handled their attempt to censor my “War on Consciousness” talk and Rupert Sheldrake’s “Science Delusion” talk. That in my view is the important point, for it bears on the future of TED itself as a viable platform for “ideas worth spreading”. I am heartened that so many of the 400-plus concerned people who have now posted here (and the 1000-plus who posted on the original Blog page) have refused to fall for TED’s sleight of hand and continued to press the organization to rethink its policy.
Since TED have retracted and struck out all their justifications for the original deletion of my talk from the TEDx Youtube channel (http://blog.ted.com/2013/03/14/open-for-discussion-graham-hancock-and-rupert-sheldrake/ ) and since they have published my rebuttal, and done the same re Rupert Sheldrake’s talk, I agree with Rupert on a new post he has made on this page (http://www.ted.com/conversations/17189/the_debate_about_rupert_sheldr.html). There are no more specific points surrounding TED’s misguided decision that he and I need to answer. Nor is it possible to make much progress through short responses to nebulous questions like “Is this an idea worth spreading, or misinformation?”
But I now make this one further post, simply to add my voice to Rupert’s and to put on record that I, too, would be happy to take part in a public debate with a scientist who disagrees with the issues I raise in my talk. My only condition is that it be conducted fairly, with equal time for both sides to present their arguments, and with an impartial moderator, agreed by both parties.
Therefore I join Rupert in asking Chris Anderson to invite a scientist from TED’s Scientific Board or TED’s Brain Trust to have a real debate with me about my talk, or if none will agree to take part, to do so himself.
Black Whole explores the groundbreaking work of physicist Nassim Haramein. Through his work with The Resonance Project, Haramein provides insight into the structure of space-time and a new coherent model of the universe. Using the parallels between his theory, sacred geometry and codes found in monuments and ancient documents, the film presents a new look at the reality in which we live. Haramein supports his ideas by explaining how ancient cultures like the Aztecs, Egyptians, and others developed similar views about the universe hundreds if not thousands of years ago.
Stuart Wilde (September 24, 1946 – May 1, 2013) was considered by many the greatest modern day metaphysical writers in the world. In the last twelve years of his life he had over 100,000 visions, which taught him a vast body of information not available elsewhere. Many of the most famous New Age, New Thought writers and teachers privately studied with him, or they were been greatly influenced by his work. Nowadays, there is a body of journalists that follow his work and restate it in articles in their own words.
In 2001, Wilde discovered the Morph phenomenon, a process by which physical reality goes transparent and soapy-looking and humans dematerialize.
Watching the transcendental nature of Morph for eight years, he gradually wrote out in details the topography and exact nature of what is now known as the Aluna, Mirror-Worlds, sometimes referred to as the Spirit Worlds; much of that information has since been verified by many others, who have greatly added to his initial work.
In the 1980s, Wilde correctly described the etheric life-field around humans in precise detail. Previously, it was known only in vague terms in discussions about the human aura. Wilde wrote out the first of many precise and verifiable etheric exercises and sensations in his book The Quickening (Hay House 1995).
Over his last ten years with us, he published hundreds of his visions, many of which have now come to pass.
He wrote twenty books, which have sold in the millions, and they have been translated into fifteen languages. He continues to write his latest discoveries on www.stuartwilde.com.