January 31, 2016
Farsight Institute director Courtney Brown discusses their latest remote viewing project Adolf Hitler: A Remote-Viewing Psychological Profile of a Mass Murderer.
The life, times and crimes of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime need no introduction. During these remote viewing sessions, however, we venture beyond people, places and events, and the boundaries of time and space, to probe the mind of Adolf Hitler; his fears, his motivations, his very thoughts. We then take the results as a launch point to discuss even more significant issues involving quantum physics, consciousness, the dualities of mental and physical, suffering and redemption, love and hate, the existence of evil, and whether our often traumatic Earthly experience of extreme separateness, division and polarity ultimately serves a purpose in the evolution of the Universe itself.
Previous interviews with Courtney Brown:
Remote Viewing, Consciousness and Reality
Atlantis: The True Story
The Mystery of the Great Pyramid Solved
9/11: What Really Happened?
Remote Viewing Cydonia, Mars
Aliens on Iapetus
The Phoenix Lights
Death in Dallas: Remote Viewing JFK
Adolf Hitler, consciousness, Courtney Brown, Daz Smith, Dick Allgire, Farsight Institute, life after death, magic, Nazis, psychology, psychopaths, psychotherapy, quantum physics, remote viewing, thoughtforms
January 25, 2016
Frank Landis gives his first ever interview about his book Hot Earth Dreams: What if Severe Climate Change Happens, and Humans Survive? What will the Earth look like if severe climate change happens, and humans survive? It’s not an easy question to contemplate, let alone answer. If severe climate change happens, the Earth will continue to warm for centuries after we’ve exhausted our fossil fuels. Civilization will shatter, the great artworks and monuments vanishing as cities fall into rubble and coasts disappear beneath rising seas. There will be mass extinctions, coral reefs and ice sheets will vanish, and the survivors will migrate to new homes and habitats for generations as the climate continually changes. Only after hundreds of thousands of years will the climate to return to what we currently consider normal.
apocalypse, carbon footprint, climate change, collapse of society, depopulation, energy crisis, global warming, Guy McPherson, John Michael Greer, peak oil, renewable energy, Singularity, sustainability, transition movement
January 16, 2016
Gregg Levoy discusses his book Vital Signs – The Nature and Nurture of Passion. This exuberant and compelling work explores how you can cultivate not just a specific passion, but passion as a mindset – a stance – that helps bring vitality to all your engagements, from work and relationships to creativity and spiritual life. Vital Signs examines the endless, yet endlessly fruitful, tug-of-war between passion and security in our lives, the wild in us and the tame, our natural selves and our conditioned selves, and shows us how to stay engaged with the world and resist the downward-pulling forces that can drain our aliveness.
Carl Jung, consumerism, Gregg Levoy, health freedom, Indigenous societies, Individual Freedom, Joseph Chilton Pearce, materialism, meditation, philosophy, popular culture, psychology, psychotherapy, Sigmund Freud
January 14, 2016
Laurie Endicott Thomas discusses her book Not Trivial – How Studying the Traditional Liberal Arts Can Set You Free. Why are there so many problems within our modern education system? In theory, our schools should be better than they’ve ever been, but growing numbers of people are embarking on their adult lives as functionally illiterate. Despite the best efforts of educators, much of the system is thus increasingly unfit for purpose. This has enormous implications for society in general, and politics in particular. Is this by accident, or by design?
1984, Brave New World, cognitive dissonance, compulsory education, corporate control, homeschooling, Individual Freedom, John Taylor Gatto, mainstream media manipulation, popular culture, propaganda, psychology, Richard Grove
January 1, 2016
Dr. Rory Mac Sweeney discusses some of the ideas in his book The Paradox of Lucid Dreaming – A Metaphysical Theory of Mind. During today’s show we delve deep into the dream space, discussing how the barriers between dreams and reality, and between mind and matter are dissolving as we awaken once again to the true nature of the world and the wider cosmos – one of paradox, illusion and constant change.
altered states of consciousness, Charles Darwin, consciousness, dreams, evolution, Individual Freedom, lucid dreaming, materialism, metaphysics, philosophy, psychology, quantum physics, Rory Mac Sweeney, Scientism, symbolism
December 23, 2015
Farsight Institute director Courtney Brown discusses their latest remote viewing project The JFK Assassination. Part one probes the identity of the shooters, while part two examines who or what was behind the plot, and their possible motivation. The assassination of US president John F. Kennedy on November 22nd, 1963 remains one of the most controversial events in world history. The official story – that Kennedy was killed by a lone gunman acting alone – has been hotly disputed almost from the start. Indeed, along with the Apollo moon missions and the terrorist attacks of 9/11, the JFK assassination has been the popular subject of numerous so-called ‘conspiracy theories’ as everyone from serious researchers to outright cranks formulate their own version of the fateful day’s events.
December 10, 2015
Dr. Rory Mac Sweeney discusses some of the ideas in his book The Paradox of Lucid Dreaming – A Metaphysical Theory of Mind. In this freewheeling, off-the-cuff chat we explore creativity, philosophy, the rise of independent media and the Internet and growing global interconnectedness, psychedelics and shamanism, the origin of life, the potential existence of meaning and purpose throughout the cosmos, and the fundamental nature of reality itself. Can something really be created from nothing, and if not, has something always existed? Perhaps the biggest question of all is not how, but why?
Alan Watts, altered states of consciousness, Big Bang, consciousness, evolution, Indigenous societies, materialism, metaphysics, philosophy, Psilocybin, psychedelics, quantum physics, Rick Strassman, Rory Mac Sweeney
November 21, 2015
We live in a world of illusion, a realm of the unreal. The primal impulses and drives so central to our being – for meaning, purpose, oneness, and love – are diminished and driven out amid the avalanche of disinformation, duplicity and deceit under which we labour, day in, day out. Our culture has become corrupted, our instincts corroded, and the very idea of truth lost in a sea of lies. Many among us think that it has always been so; still others see a species simply gone astray, forlornly searching once more for the way from which we wandered on some fateful day.
1984, 7/7, 9/11, altered states of consciousness, apocalypse, artificial intelligence, big brother, CIA, collapse of society, consciousness, corporate control, corporate state, depopulation, dystopia, Individual Freedom, Jay Dyer, magic, mainstream media manipulation, materialism, metaphysics, mythology, NASA, Neuro-linguistic programming, occult, philosophy, police state, popular culture, psychic phenomena, psychology, psychopaths, Science Fiction, Scientism, symbolism, terrorism, The Matrix, World Government
November 11, 2015
Farsight Institute director Courtney Brown discusses their latest remote viewing project The JFK Assassination. The assassination of US president John F. Kennedy on November 22nd, 1963 remains one of the most controversial events in world history. The official story – that Kennedy was killed by a lone gunman acting alone – has been hotly disputed almost from the start. Indeed, along with the Apollo moon missions and the terrorist attacks of 9/11, the JFK assassination has been the popular subject of numerous so-called ‘conspiracy theories’ as everyone from serious researchers to outright cranks formulate their own version of the fateful day’s events.
November 6, 2015
As well as continuing the themes from the first four parts, in this episode we consider human nature, our collective culture and what lies ahead of us in the future. While it appears that human consciousness has an inbuilt capacity for fear, its origins in the fight or fight mechanism have for millennia been supplanted by an irrational tendency towards a reflexive terror of the unknown – fear by default. Such fear is simply debilitating, and has been further mutated over time into fear of each other and even ourselves. As we race headlong into a still-new millennium brimming with uncertainty, instability and converging crises, our challenge is to transcend our outdated paradigms and change our systems as we change ourselves. Even as the realms of energy, economy and environment erupt and explode, we can recognize that cosmically, we are but children, and that we have the capacity to mature and make better decisions. Existential questions remain: are we alone, the most interesting item in the universe, the rest just lights in the sky? The answers to such questions become questions once more, and the answers return us to the riddles of the ages. In the end, however, there is a purpose to our existence – to learn, to evolve, to become more, to love, and to let go of fear.