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Scott Alan Roberts – The Secret History of the Reptilians

August 16, 2014

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Scott Alan Roberts discusses his book The Secret History of the Reptilians: The Pervasive Presence of the Serpent in Human History, Religion and Alien Mythos.

The very real probability that non-human intelligences visited and even copulated with primordial humans is detailed in civilization’s most ancient cultural and religious records. These historical records further reveal that these intelligences were reptilian in nature or, at the very least, have been represented throughout human history in reptilian form. From the serpent Nachash in the Garden of Eden, Atum the Egyptian snake-man, and Quetzalcotl, the feathered serpent god of the Mayans, to the double-helix snake symbol of Enki in ancient Sumerian literature, the serpent has been the omnipresent link between humans and the gods in every culture.

Did a race of reptilians come to this planet long ago? Did extraterrestrials seed the human race or genetically engineer primordial hominids, creating a slave race? Were humans freed from bondage, led by a traitor from within the ranks of the alien oppressors? Is there an extraterrestrial race that has shifted in and out of human affairs for all of recorded history, governing our destiny from the shadows? Or are we bound by religious thought and man-made myth, only to suffer in its invisible grasp until we move beyond the need for false gods, devils and monsters that subjugate us to our own fears?

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Simon G. Powell – Darwin’s Unfinished Business

August 7, 2014

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Simon G. Powell discusses his book Darwin’s Unfinished Business – The Self-Organizing Intelligence of Nature. Darwin’s theory of evolution is undoubtedly one of the most important scientific ideas of the modern age, explaining the existence of both life and consciousness without recourse to divine intervention. Yet how do we interpret evolution? How do we evaluate the ability of Nature to engineer something as exquisite as the genetic code or the human brain? Could it be that evolution is an intelligent process? Is Nature smart? According to most scientists, the answer is no. While humanity may be intelligent and purposeful, the natural processes that crafted us are deemed to be devoid of such attributes.

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Legalise Freedom Update August 2014

August 2, 2014

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Ervin Laszlo – The Self-Actualizing Cosmos

August 1, 2014

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Ervin Laszlo discusses his book The Self-Actualizing Cosmos – The Akasha Revolution in Science and Human Consciousness. Science evolves through alternating phases of ‘normal’ science and radical shifts that create scientific revolutions. We saw this at the turn of the 20th century, when science shifted from a Newtonian worldview to Einstein’s relativity paradigm, and again with the shift to the quantum paradigm. Now, as we recognize the nonlocal interconnection of all things in space and time, we find our scientific worldview shifting once again.

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Thomas Sheridan – Rise of the Nazi Death Cult: Part Two

July 25, 2014

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Thomas Sheridan discusses his book Walpurgis Night: Volume One 1919 – 1933. Did you know that Hitler feared a dormant demonic force residing inside the moon which he believed somehow created and controlled human destiny? In Walpurgis Night: Volume One, Sheridan – known for his work on psychopathology, mass hysteria and social engineering – for the first time tackles a historical subject using these concepts as a framework in which to re-examine the rise of the Nazi cult and its legacy.

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Thomas Sheridan – Rise of the Nazi Death Cult: Part One

July 18, 2014

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Thomas Sheridan discusses his book Walpurgis Night: Volume One 1919 – 1933. Did you know that Hitler feared a dormant demonic force residing inside the moon which he believed somehow created and controlled human destiny? In Walpurgis Night: Volume One, Sheridan – known for his work on psychopathology, mass hysteria and social engineering – for the first time tackles a historical subject using these concepts as a framework in which to re-examine the rise of the Nazi cult and its legacy.

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John Michael Greer – Decline and Fall

July 11, 2014

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John Michael Greer discusses his book Decline and Fall: The End of Empire and the Future of Democracy in 21st Century America. “Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world.” Although he was writing nearly a century ago, William Butler Yeats could just as easily be describing the United States today. The decline and fall of America’s global empire is the central feature of today’s geopolitical landscape, and the nature of our response to it will determine much of our future trajectory, with implications that reach far beyond the limits of one nation’s borders.

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Fred Kuttner – Quantum Enigma: Physics Encounters Consciousness

July 4, 2014

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Fred Kuttner discusses his book Quantum Enigma – Physics Encounters Consciousness, co-authored with Bruce Rosenblum. In trying to understand the atom, physicists built quantum mechanics, the most successful theory in science. But they found, to their embarrassment, that with their theory, physics encounters consciousness, a mysterious phenomenon that science cannot explain and cannot ignore. Attempts to interpret the meaning and implications of all this are often controversial. But every interpretation of quantum physics involves consciousness, and the connection of consciousness with the Universe suggested by some leading quantum cosmologists is mind-blowing. There exists a boundary beyond which the expertise of physicists is no longer the only sure guide.

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Marcus Allen – Mysteries of the Moon Missions

June 27, 2014

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The Apollo program, also known as Project Apollo, was the third human spaceflight program carried out by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and the program was responsible for the landing of the first humans on Earth’s Moon in 1969. First conceived during the Presidency of Dwight D. Eisenhower as a three-man spacecraft to follow the one-man Project Mercury which put the first Americans in space, Apollo was later dedicated to President John F. Kennedy’s national goal of “landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth” by the end of the 1960s. Kennedy’s goal was apparently accomplished on the Apollo 11 mission when astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed their Lunar Module on the Moon on July 20, 1969. Five subsequent Apollo missions reportedly landed astronauts on the Moon, the last in December 1972. However, beginning just a couple of years after the final Moon landing, doubts began to emerge about certain details of these missions and even as to whether any of them had taken place at all.

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Steven Poole – Unspeak: Words Are Weapons

June 23, 2014

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Steven Poole discusses his book Unspeak – Words Are Weapons. Unspeak is language as a weapon. Every day, we are bombarded with those apparently simple words and phrases that actually conceal darker meanings. ‘Climate change’ is less threatening than ‘global warming’; we say ‘ethnic cleansing’ when we mean mass murder. As we absorb and repeat Unspeak we are accepting the messages that politicians, corporations and the military wish us to believe. Operation Iraqi Freedom did more than put a positive spin on the American war with Iraq; it gave the invasion such a likeable name that the American news networks quickly adopted it as their tagline for reporting on the war. By repackaging the language we use to describe international affairs and domestic politics, Unspeak tries to make controversial issues unspeakable and, therefore, unquestionable. From culture wars to the culture of war, everyday words are changing the way we think.

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