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Rory Mac Sweeney – Awaken in the Dream

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.

This is a three part interview. Part one is here.

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. The cosmos and the so-called laws which govern it are not static. The dualistic model of reality promoted by Western materialist reductionism is revealing itself as just another dogma. The scientific method has brought us many benefits, but the core concept that some empirical reality actually exists is constantly and increasingly being challenged by our lived experience of subjective realities and the limits of mass consensual reality. If you think you’re awake you’re dreaming, and if you know you’re dreaming, you’re awake…

Greg Moffitt on Reality Check Podcast with Rory Mac Sweeney.

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Rory Mac Sweeney – Orphans of the Stars

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?

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Bonny Casel – Plant Consciousness in a Quantum World

October 12, 2015

Bonny Casel discusses plant consciousness and the quantum realm. Research has revealed that plants see, hear, smell, feel and communicate in profound ways but yet mainstream science refuses to acknowledge that plants are conscious life forms, mainly because they do not have a recognizable brain. However, humans evolved within the vibrational field of plants for millions of years; a vibrational field predominantly arising from plant consciousness. Quantum theory provides a meaningful understanding of how the many perfected qualities of consciousness, represented vibrationally in the plant world, provide healing on physical, emotional, mental and intuitive levels through vibrational entrainment and emergent behaviors. This wide ranging talk also takes in the role of plants in human evolution, the pharmaceutical industry and its demonization of natural healthcare, the GMO agenda, and our deep disconnect with nature and where it is leading us individually and as a species.

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Tom Campbell – Life, the Universe and Everything: Part Two

August 21, 2015

In this episode we delve into unseen realms, the nature of existence, the origin of the Universe, and that which lies beyond. Was the Big Bang real and if so, what lay behind it? Has something bigger than the Big Bang always existed? If not, can nothing exist? If nothing real can be truly infinite, where does infinity end? Are the ultimate origins of time and space themselves non-physical? Is our reality virtual, our Universe a simulation? In asking these questions, the limits of human knowledge are also probed. Simply put, we can never know what we do not know…

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Susan Martinez – Delusions in Science and Spirituality

May 16, 2015

Susan Martinez discusses her latest book Delusions in Science and Spirituality – The Fall of the Standard Model and the Rise of Knowledge from Unseen Worlds. What if science and society’s most cherished theories, taught as fact, were actually wrong? What if the anomalies that disprove these theories were covered up and distorted, and any serious challenges brushed off as lunacy, hysteria, pseudo-science or conspiracy? In this primer in deprogramming, Martinez reveals the disinformation at the root of mainstream consensus thinking. She punches gaping holes in the established theories of the Big Bang, Darwinian evolution, ice ages, and global warming. Drawing on the ancient science of the unseen and some of the most advanced thinkers in astrophysics, she explains a new ‘Theory of Everything’ to replace the standard model.

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Christopher Knight – God’s Blueprint

May 11, 2015

Christopher Knight discusses his latest book God’s Blueprint: Scientific Evidence that Earth was Created for Humans. God’s Blueprint puts the idea of God on trial. Whilst the issue has been hotly disputed over recent generations with scientists on one side and theologians on the other, evidence either way has been thin on the ground. Faith – belief without evidence – has been the basis for the world’s major religions. Most scientists reject the notion of God because they require factual, empirical evidence in order to accept any proposition as being real. However, new information is emerging which appears to suggest that there is underlying intelligence and purpose within the universe.

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Simon G. Powell – Magic Mushroom Explorer

March 27, 2015

Simon G. Powell discusses his book Magic Mushroom Explorer: Psilocybin and the Awakening Earth. Psilocybin, the active ingredient found in psychedelic mushrooms, is an invaluable natural resource for spiritually awakening the human psyche and reconnecting us to the biosphere and the vast intelligence of Nature. Interweaving the most recent scientific studies in the United States and Britain, more than 25 years of sacred mushroom exploration, and behind-the-scenes details on the political wars against psychedelics, Powell offers a guide to safely navigating and maximizing the healing and spiritual potential of psilocybin. He explores the eco-psychological effects of wild psychedelic mushrooms, including enhanced biophilia, expanded awareness, mystical visions, and eco-shamanic encounters. He reveals how the beings and otherworldly teachers common in psilocybin experiences are actually emissaries from our higher consciousness that emerge when the floodgates of perception have been opened. He shares vivid descriptions from many of his own psilocybin journeys and shows how the mushroom offers a path of return to the ancient wisdom binding all life on Earth, a wisdom conveyed through tutorial visions and higher modes of perception.

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Reece Girven – The Universe and The Psyche

March 21, 2015

Reece Girven discusses some of the ideas in his book The Universe and The Psyche. What is the origin of the Universe? Was it created in a Big Bang, or might it always have existed? We are told that matter creates consciousness, but could it be that consciousness creates matter? What can we learn from the patterns in physical reality? From DNA to galaxies, spirals appear everywhere in nature – do they hold a key to understanding? In choosing to disregard the non-material, modern science has lost 95 per cent of the Universe to dark matter, dark energy and other convoluted theories. By shifting our perspective on reality, what can we learn about the nature of the 95 per cent? Is it possible that the fundamental nature of reality is information?

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David Fideler – Restoring the Soul of the World

February 8, 2015

David Fideler discusses his book Restoring the Soul of the World. For millennia the world was seen as a creative, interconnected web of life in which we participated deeply. But when the world came to be described as a lifeless, clock-like mechanism during the Scientific Revolution of the 16th and 17th centuries, life and intelligence came to be seen as existing only in human beings, and nature came to be increasingly viewed as an object of exploitation that primarily exists to meet human needs. This also led to a profound sense of alienation, since human beings no longer had any real bond with the world. In Restoring the Soul of the World, Fideler throws light on the unexamined connections between science, religion, and culture, and how our deepest worldviews have influenced the ways we relate to the world, other people, and our innermost selves.

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Aaron Franz – History of a Time to Come: Transhumanism and Popular Culture – Part Two

January 30, 2015

In a follow-up to our previous interview Transhumanism: Man’s Scientific Rise to Godhood, Aaron Franz returns to discuss transhumanism and popular culture. Whether prophecy, predictive programming or outright propaganda, cinema, television and literature both past and present are rife with visions of a future in which humanity is transformed, enslaved or even annihilated by technology run amok. Science fiction, fantasy and other speculative forms foresee a time when robots, cyborgs and genetically engineered supermen manipulate the masses, artificial intelligence arises to rival and even surpass human intelligence, and humanity finally merges with machines to achieve Godlike immortality. It’s a dream to some, a nightmare to others. From Brave New World to Blade Runner, from The Machine to Metropolis, and from Star Trek to The Six Million Dollar Man, we explore the hopes, fears, threats and promises of a future in which being human may no longer be enough.

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