Supercharge your knowledge with these cutting edge videos

We all want an alternative to boring main stream media right?  Their coverage of new subjects and science is biased and underwhelming to say the least. Well, the folks over Gaia TV have put together a great package of free alternative videos for you to watch this Holiday Season. I think you’ll enjoy some of these topics: UFOs, spirituality, and ancient wisdom to name a few. Now there are a few conspiratorial videos that I don’t particularly like: This stuff is just ridiculous in my view. But you’ll also see some more fact-based interviews with Bruce Lipton, Richard Dolan, Gregg Braden and others which are quite good and really get you thinking. They normally charge for these but right now they’re available to you for nothing, until Jan 2nd. You can learn about Strange Encounters, Science of the Spirit, and other great topics. Enjoy and let me know what you think of these videos.

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Racism towards ETs?

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UK policeman sees eight-foot tall “spaceman” (book excerpt)

A retired policeman, Ken, told us of his sighting of a bright disc and eight-foot tall “spaceman”

The following is a rough draft excerpt from my forthcoming book Black Swan Ghosts: a sociologist encounters witnesses of unidentified aerial craft, strange beings, and other elements of our multiverse (Mount Baldy Press, inc., August 2017, ISBN 0-9715863-7-3) Enjoy!

Chapter 8 — Retired police officer sees bright object and “spaceman”

In 2010, as part of my yearly crop circle tour to the U.K., we were able to organize, with the help of researcher and author Colin Andrews, a meeting of UFO witnesses in Wales. Our ten-person group drove out there one day, a three-hour drive from the town of Marlborough where our hotel was, along with Busty Taylor, a private pilot and early crop circle researcher.

A local researcher there had assembled three witnesses in a small meeting hall. The witnesses included a local woman who had observed an incredibly bright, pulsing light over her vehicle, a former aeronautics engineer who saw an ascending luminous disc right over a tree in his backyard, and a retired policeman who observed a unidentifiable “space being” as he called it. It is the latter case I wish to expound on here.

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Misinformation about ET Disclosure?

Some great points about recent information from Tom Delong, Bill Tompkins, and others. Is it disinformation? I completely agree with Steven here: if the ET’s are here to enslave and “eat” us (and our livestock), why didn’t they do it before we had the ability to strike back with space-based, thermonuclear weapons? It doesn’t make any sense.


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So you may cherish life

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How to Remote View

Learning about Rspace

Remote Viewing class with Dr. Hein in Boulder, Colorado

Here’s my latest article about How to Remote View. It’s full of tips and ideas to activate your remote viewing powers. You’ll find out why it’s important to be detached from the outcome and why you don’t need to be more psychic than you already are. Enjoy and be sure to let me know what you think.


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What Does a Trump Presidency Mean for ET Disclosure?

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What is Remote Viewing?

powerful-waveWhat is Remote Viewing? Here’s my take on our amazing ability to intuitively access non-local information and how it works: Enjoy!

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Podesta, Clinton, and the Secret UFO Files

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Cold Fusion is back: New Scientist article

Triple tracks in Cold Fusion experiment

Triple tracks in Cold Fusion experiment (photo courtesy of U.S. Navy)

An article by Michael Brooks about Cold Fusion gives a brief history of the phenomena and some of the current research from “a small band of believers” that supports it . A scientist is quoted as saying there’s no theory to support Cold Fusion and we often hear that none of the data from these experiments matter until there’s a theory to explain them.  This reminds me of the France’s Academy of Sciences view in the eighteenth century that meteorites didn’t exist because there was no theory to explain them: the Academy confiscated almost all of them from French museums in the 1700’s except one really big meteorite. You’ll find very few old ones in French museums today.  Here’s a brief summary of Brook’s article at E-Catworld.

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