October 13, 2020
Simon Siddol discusses the trend in western popular music towards the inane, the robotic, and the infantile – a social engineering agenda pushed hard by the handful of multi-national corporations that sit atop the music industry pyramid.
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Siddol believes that this degradation of western music has been happening for centuries, so old and so deeply ingrained that elements of this pernicious anti-consciousness agenda are now part of the musical DNA of even the most well-meaning and conscious musicians. It’s the perfect subconscious mind-control mechanism. We’re using what is in reality a shamanic mind-altering tool for recreational jollies, en masse, and it’s ruining people’s psychic health, and the health of our entire society. But strategies exist for both music-lovers and musicians to help them detox from the attitudes, beliefs, and behaviours around music that slowly but surely dehumanize us.
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October 13, 2020
From the very beginning of the 2020 pandemic lockdowns, the TV news media matrix went into overdrive. The messages were constant, ubiquitous, and identical. There was no room for subtlety, nuance, or questioning; only helplessness, compliance, and fear.
September 23, 2020
Most people’s experience of the COVID-19 pandemic has been very different from that portrayed by the media. Unable to travel, socially isolated, and imprisoned at home, the primary source of information about what’s happening in the world has been the Internet and TV. How might our perception of reality be affected by the fact that
September 22, 2020
What are the possible implications for personal freedom in the wake of the 2020 Coronavirus Crisis? Four points are briefly considered:
1. Social credit system – rewards for ‘good’ behaviour.
2. Mandatory vaccinations – ‘passport’ for international travel.
3. Digital currency – no cash, all transactions recorded.
4. Universal Basic Income – subsistence income instead of a job.
September 19, 2020
Beginning in August 2020, ‘Freedom From Fear’ is a free-form discussion series taking the title as its starting point. In this episode, Steve Taylor and Greg Moffitt examine how our relationship with fear has changed over time as the world has become more complex and densely-populated. Aside from triggering untold levels of anxiety and hysteria, the 2020 Pandemic has served to exacerbate divisions already causing huge problems globally. Devoting so much mental and emotional energy to the situation has undoubtedly made it worse – fear rarely serves any purpose outside of fleeting moments of real danger, and living in fear is seriously counterproductive. If, however, we can make it through this mass psychosis relatively intact, opportunities for positive personal and collective transformation await.
September 17, 2020
Outspoken teacher and commentator Christian Morris discusses corruption and collusion in the political establishment and mainstream media during the Coronavirus Crisis.
September 3, 2020
Beginning in August 2020, ‘Freedom From Fear’ is a free-form discussion series taking the title as its starting point. In this episode, Kingsley Dennis and Greg Moffitt explore fear as a response to an increasingly chaotic world. As mainstream explanations for global events increasingly ring hollow, millions of people are struggling to comprehend what’s happening to their lives. The resulting confusion and distress can cause us to close up and shut down, mentally and emotionally. Cognitive dissonance can narrow our perceptions and trigger feelings of helplessness and hopelessness. Stepping back from the chaos and taking a wider view, however, can help us break out of destructive cycles of reacting and over-reacting, and place our fears in perspective.
August 27, 2020
Beginning in August 2020, ‘Freedom From Fear’ is a free-form discussion series taking the title as its starting point. In this episode, Jasun Horsley and Greg Moffitt explore the origins and purpose of fear, how fear can cause us to overlook the most important things in life, and how fear of the future stops us living in the present. We also discuss the pandemic of fear triggered by the current coronavirus crisis, the collective insanity infecting human consciousness, and how the root of all human fear ultimately lies in our fear of death.
1984, 9/11, Brave New World, collapse of society, Coronavirus, Individual Freedom, Jasun Horsley, mainstream media manipulation, materialism, New World Order, pandemic, psychology, social engineering, social media, transhumanism, World Government
August 12, 2020
There are billions of stars in the Milky Way similar to the Sun. With high probability, some of these stars have Earth-like planets. Many of these stars, and hence their planets, are much older than the sun. If the Earth is typical, some may have developed intelligent life long ago. Some of these civilizations may have developed interstellar travel, a step humans are investigating now. So the question is: Where are all the aliens?
August 6, 2020
David Ditchfield discusses his book ‘Shine On: The Remarkable Story of How I Fell Under a Speeding Train, Journeyed to the Afterlife, and the Astonishing Proof I Brought Back With Me’. In the second part we explore David’s NDE in more detail, the overlap such experiences have with psychic phenomena and altered states of consciousness, and the potential implications for the survival of our species and our understanding of the nature of reality itself.
altered states of consciousness, Anthony Peake, consciousness, dreams, evolution, God, Graham Nicholls, Indigenous societies, life after death, Luigi Sciambarella, Near Death Experience, Penny Sartori, psychedelics, psychic phenomena, time, William Buhlman