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Category Archives: planetary intelligence
Simeon Hein interviewed by Terry Lovelace, 12-18-18: Fractals, Time, UFOs, Remote Viewing, Crop Circles
Terry’s weekly radio show can be found on Artistfirst.com.
Does remote viewing and vectoring work to call in ET craft? Here’s my experience.
Simon Collins, lead singer for the progressive rock band SOUND OF CONTACT, recently told me that he is a big fan of my book Planetary Intelligence, and even made a tattoo from it! The page, p. 72 of the book, … Continue reading
httpv://youtu.be/SuDX6NomGao Watch video on YouTube. If you missed Part I, watch it here.
httpv://youtu.be/cK6Fth_VnT0 In this short video, I show how design makes a difference in structures’ abilities to deal with massive rainwater. Warning: contains graphic images of flood destruction.
This article shows how your imagination is a crucial ingredient in achieving top sports and physical performance. In fact, amazingly, just exercising your imagination has been shown to increase muscle strength! Increasingly, the mind is seen a key to our … Continue reading