You are love and light AND immeasurable darkness.
Honour your shadow or that wild bitch will fuck you so hard no amount of cold pressed organic coconut oil will make it better.
I suspect that for many people, their closed-minded wholesale dismissals of “the paranormal” simply serve to undercut any potential cognitive dissonance or distress caused by contrary data competing for supremacy within their minds (and as I pointed out earlier, all such people know the truth at subconscious levels, so they have to fight to perpetually repress it, especially when the truth is presented to them at the conscious level).
One salient point to any researcher of these topics has to be that there are similar elements in the aftermath of DNA and kundalini activation as compared to the near-death experience (NDE). Aside from biophysical alterations (an effect shared by all groups), many near-death experiencers (NDEers) have reported that they experience a deeper sense of connectedness with all things, higher levels of empathy, decreased competitiveness and egotism, elimination of the fear of death, and a greater sense of peace and contentment. The spontaneous resolution or disappearance of serious diseases and allergies falls under the category of biophysical transformation, which is correlated with kundalini awakening as well as DNA activation. NDEer Mellen-Thomas Benedict, for example, had an inoperable brain tumour prior to his 90-minute NDE. Post-NDE, his cancer was simply gone: it had vanished.[xiv] Spontaneous healings have also been documented among UFO abductees, but we’ll get to that in a follow up piece(!)
As most readers would know, the vast majority of our DNA “text” is not used in the coding of proteins and enzymes—it is non-coding—and scientists generally don’t have any idea what its purpose is. Thus, in their infinite wisdom, they initially dubbed it “junk DNA”. How much of our DNA is junk? About 95–98 per cent—rather a lot of waste for Nature to hang onto, I think you will agree (some scientific estimates go as high as 99 per cent). Since it is not responsible for constructing our basic physical form, its purpose has remained mysterious to conventional mindsets until very recently. We now know that a large portion of that “junk” DNA is made up of mobile genetic elements (transposons and retrotransposons) or “jumping DNA”, which can rewrite and activate—or deactivate—certain genetic codes.
One of our major themes so far—one shared by physics and mysticism—has been unity: the fundamental unity of consciousness and all of existence. In his compelling book The Medium, the Mystic and the Physicist (first published in 1974), Lawrence LeShan highlights the similarities between the worldviews and philosophies of these three diverse groups, demonstrating that they are all essentially describing the same interconnected, harmonious conception of reality as one another, while having arrived at these perspectives via very different paths.
Doesn’t science state that paranormal occurrences are impossible? Philosophically, the world of science can no longer maintain that position—not if it wants to appeal to today’s evidence. Evidentially speaking, many so-called paranormal phenomena have been irrefutably scientifically proved (see TGI 1). The body of mainstream science has a history of becoming quite hysterical in the face of information seemingly competing for its “target demographic,” or even just information that doesn’t conform to the dominant paradigm in operation at the time. As such, it is organized science that has often proved and continues to prove to be the biggest adversary to impartial discussion and consideration of novel data—an alien concept to many people due to the way science, particularly in the mainstream, has been mythologized as a totally dispassionate and objective enterprise that only cares for so-called truth (though the anthropogenic “global warming” scandal no doubt helped undermine that myth!).
Need, novelty, and emotion have long been known to play a part in psi phenomena. Carl Jung (1875–1961)—the originator of the theory of the psychological archetypes—noted with interest that the English medium Eileen Garrett fared poorly in parapsychologist J.B. Rhine’s card-guessing experiments because she was unable to conjure any feelings for Rhine’s “soulless” test-cards. Much experimentation has also shown that psi effects have a tendency to start out higher in the initial stages of testing and then drop off as the participants lose interest and boredom sets in (the “decline effect”).
This week on GFM Media we return to a strange subject of vast significance for planet earth and all of its inhabitants (one of Brendan’s all-time favourites, in point of fact). James Bartley will be in the hot seat, guiding us through some mind-warping and comfort-zone-destroying material of an otherworldly kind. James is an abductee […]
This week on episode 52 of Global Freedom Movement Media we’re honoured to have Jason Gregory joining us. He is the author of the highly acclaimed The Science and Practice of Humility and the cult classic Way of the Weirdo, and the writer and director of the documentary The Sacred Sound of Creation. His work has been featured […]
When you know where to look, you begin to see an unprecedented phenomenon now happening in this world of ours. Be they teachers in favelas, forest defenders, urban farmers, occupiers of Wall Street, designers of windmills, military resisters (the list goes on…), the fact is people from all walks of life are coming alive and coming together, impelled to create a more just and sustainable society.
Wigner, as a physicist, had said that “it was not possible to formulate the laws of quantum mechanics in a fully consistent way without reference to the consciousness…[I]t will remain remarkable in whatever way our future concepts develop, that the very study of the external world led to the conclusion that the content of the consciousness is an ultimate reality.”
This week on GFM Media, we are joined by our good friend and ally, Sol Luckman, author and creator of the Regenetics Method of DNA and kundalini activation using Solfeggio frequencies. Sol Luckman is a prolific visual artist and innovator in the field of ink painting as well as a critically acclaimed author of fiction […]
Denis of Oz is a practicing modern day alchemist who, since 2005, has been re-discovering the ancient understandings of power that nature has in her repertoire! This Sunday at 9 pm (Sydney), we download Denis’ understandings of ORMUS as a potent alchemical followup to last week’s interview with fellow ORMUS researcher Barry Carter. Denis, born […]