The War on Consciousness – Graham Hancock

“What is death? Our materialist science reduces everything to matter. Materialist science in the West says that we are just meat, we’re just our bodies. So when the brain is dead, that’s the end of consciousness, there is no life after death, there is no soul; we just rot and are gone. Actually, many honest scientists should admit that consciousness is the greatest mystery of science and that we don’t know exactly how it works. The brain is involved in it some way but we’re not sure how. It could be that the brain generates consciousness the way a generator makes electricity, if you hold to that paradigm, then of course you can’t believe in life after death, when the generator’s broken, consciousness is gone. But it’s equally possible that the relationship — and nothing in neuroscience rules it out – that the relationship is more like the relationship of the TV signal to the TV set, and in that case, when the TV set is broken, of course the TV signal continues. And this is the paradigm of all spiritual traditions, that we are immortal souls temporarily incarnated in these physical forms to learn and to grow and to develop

If we want to know about this mystery, the last people we should ask are materialist reductionist scientists… Let’s go, rather, to the ancient Egyptians who put their best minds to work for 3,000 years on the problem of death, and on the problem of how we should live our lives to prepare for what we will confront after death… They came to certain, very specific conclusions that the soul does survive death and that we will be held accountable for every thought, every action, every deed that we have lived through in our lives, so we better take this precious opportunity to be born in a human body seriously and make the most of it…

There is a war on consciousness in our society, and if we as adults are not allowed to make sovereign decisions about what to experience with our own consciousness while doing no harm to others, including the decision to use responsibly ancient and sacred visionary plants, then we cannot claim to be free in any way.” ~Graham Hancock

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Endgame Part II

“[A] shadow revolution is occurring in the USA and is being supported by the Earth Alliance. So much of this battle is occurring in the background and over the Internet that we are only now beginning to see it bubbling up into the open…

Never before have the masses been so fed up with the corruption that is blatantly occurring right in front of our eyes, with no accountability. We are witnessing the beginning of a grand transition. There will be growing pains for sure, but the end result should make it all worth it.

If we can navigate through this time period honorably, we will have set ourselves up for the Consciousness Resonance that we have been robbed of for millennia.”

‘Reign of Wisdom’ – Tom Montalk

“The past, present, and future form a continuum, so studying one part can tell us something about another part… [B]y examining the anomalies in history, the secret forces and controllers of ancient times, and looking at the technology they had and what forces they were collaborating with, it may be possible to get a clearer picture of what’s going on today, and therefore what might happen in the future…

The alchemical wheel of history has been grinding away for a long time, at least six thousand years if not further back, perhaps since the last Ice Age. There’s this axiom in alchemy which is “dissolve and coagulate, dissolve and coagulate,” and what do we see in history other than order and chaos, order and chaos… rise and fall, rise and fall…

Chaos is inevitable and cyclical, and in the end it comes down to what new order crystallizes from the dissolved remnants of the old. The ancient mariners were ruled by alchemists, sorcerers, magicians, occult scientists, and alien contactees. Some of them were aligned with positive forces and some with the negative. Their dueling agendas have rippled down through the ages and culminated in the situation we find ourselves in today. This world is their crucible and they’re turning up the heat.

So it’s under this immense adversity that I think the divine fire will be kindled, that collective discernment will be sharpened, and that the remnants of humanity will transform and finally break out of the cycle of ignorance and violence and rise and fall that’s has been the story of our history up to now.

The next dark age will give birth to a spiritual chivalric order, an age of heroes empowered by demiurgic science and correct gnostic awareness, an epoch the Rosicrucians have called the “Reign of Wisdom.” It won’t be based on dogma or hearsay, but on direct perception, knowledge, and anamnesis (reversal of incarnational amnesia).

The distant future is looking pretty good. We’ll end up in a Golden Age just like the prophecies say, but the near term looks rather rocky and we’ll likely go through a dark age first, like the Latin saying “ad astra per aspera” which means to heaven, through hell.” ~Tom Montalk

[Excerpts from an expanded paraphrased transcript of Tom Montalk’s appearance on the Freeman show, The Ark of the Covenant and Civilization.]

Graham Hancock – ‘Lethal to Academia’

“The ancient texts from many different cultures say that it’s an incredible privilege to be born in a precious human body and to live on this beautiful gem, this garden, this delight of a planet. What a gift we were all given… to incarnate here, now on this planet, at this time.

We live at a crossroads, there is no doubt. We all feel it, we all know it. There’s something coming down the track, and we have to figure out how we’re going to respond to that; how we’re going to turn it into an opportunity for growth, rather than an opportunity for destruction.

I don’t think it’s the first time that mankind has stood at such a crossroads, but here we are now facing it and hopefully, dealing with it. A precious opportunity which should not be wasted…

I believe we are a species with amnesia. I think we have forgotten our roots and our origins. I think we are quite lost in many ways. We live in a society that invests huge amounts of money and vast quantities of energy in ensuring that we all stay lost. A society that invests in creating unconsciousness, which invests in keeping people asleep so that we’re just passive consumers or producers and not really asking any of the questions. And I’ve found, for me, the study of the past and the mysteries of the past has been a liberating process in terms of looking at the present.”

Book Excerpt : Forging the Hero

“It is popular in some circles to blame the troubles of our current situation on the self-interested manipulations of secret cabals of super-rich oligarchs who control the wealth—and thus the politics— of our nation and world. While this is undoubtedly true, and only a jackass would argue otherwise, it is also not any sort of novelty. Whether you are discussing Rockefellers, Carnegies, Gateses, Waltons, or others in our own time, or the Patrician class of ancient Rome, every empire has resulted in the creation of a class of super wealthy oligarchs who gathered enough wealth to their families that they could control the political decision-making cycle for their benefit and continued enrichment.

Conspiracy theories make it possible to believe, “if we could just get rid of ‘them,’ then everything would go back to ‘normal.’” The problem is not the existence of a patrician class of oligarchic aristocracy however. The problem is when the virtue of service is replaced with the virtue of selfishness, and both the oligarchs and the common man begin caring more about themselves than they do about their nation and their community. The problem is that the patricians—like the rest of society— lack the long-range vision necessary to recognize that what seems beneficial to them in the near-term, even though it might be detrimental to the rest of society, is also detrimental to them in the long-term…

The problem is when the common man, hoping to benefit from government largesse, allows greedy, selfish men, susceptible to corruption, into positions within the government, where the patricians can afford to bribe them. The blame is not just on the oligarchs. It is on every man. The problem is greed… The common man sees those around him apparently doing better than him financially, with all their material belongings and begins to believe in this new virtue. Now, he’d rather work long hours and extra days than spend time with his wife and children, teaching his children the values of their forefathers that made their nation great…

The people, and thus the nation as a general whole, are no longer interested in honor and glory. Their only interest is in retaining their wealth and their luxury.”

Quotes : Graham Hancock

“The way forward for the human race is to recognize and protect the fundamental right of sovereignty over consciousness, to throw off the chains of our divisive religious heritage, to seek out forms of spirituality (or no spirituality at all if we so prefer) that are truly supportive of liberty and tolerance, to help the human spirit to grow rather than to wither, and to nurture our innate capacity for love and mutual respect. The old ways are broken and bankrupt and new ways are struggling to be born. Each one of us with our own talents, and by our own choices, has a part to play in that process.”

“Shamanism is not confined to specific socio-economic settings or stages of development. It is fundamentally the ability that all of us share, some with and some without the help of hallucinogens, to enter altered states of consciousness and to travel out of body in non-physical realms – there to encounter supernatural entities and gain useful knowledge and healing powers from them.”

We are consciousness incarnated in stardust…”

Graham Hancock : Magicians of the Gods

“If ever a society could be said to meet all the mythological criteria of the next lost civilization – a society that ticks all the boxes – is it not obvious that it is our own? Our pollution and neglect of the majestic garden of the earth, our rape of its resources, our abuse of the oceans and the rainforests, our fear, hatred and suspicion of one another multiplied by a hundred bitter regional and sectarian conflicts, our consistent track record of standing by and doing nothing while millions suffer, our ignorant, narrow-minded racism, our exclusivist religions, our forgetfulness that we are all brothers and sisters, our bellicose chauvinism, the dreadful cruelties that we indulge in, in the name of nation, or faith, or simple greed, our obsessive, competitive, ego-driven production and consumption of material goods and the growing conviction of many, fuelled by the triumphs of materialist science, that matter is all there is – that there is no such thing as spirit, that we are just accidents of chemistry and biology – all these things, and many more, in mythological terms at least, do not look good for us.”  ~Graham Hancock

Also see, Graham Hancock 2015 : Magicians of the Gods

This is the remarkable Graham Hancock’s latest & newest presentation. An utterly astonishing ‘must-see’ presentation… He reviews his recent discoveries, as well as an opening discussion (with film) of his ‘debate’ with Zahi Hawass in Egypt. Hancock is a true champion of bringing credible ‘alternative’ views of human history on the planet. Academically researched and articulately presented by one of the sharpest minds in modern study, his evidence is quite compelling, beautifully structured, supported & defended in a credible manner. Hancock is a true pioneer, and his courageous body of work is changing the paradigm by formidably challenging the ‘old guard’ of main stream resistance to astonishing evidence of advanced civilizations of the past.

Neil Kramer : One Christmas, One Empire

“With the dominance of today’s soundbite-driven media, real historical analysis is almost entirely absent from the mainstream conversation. Switch on the TV right now and you get bomb plots, a teetering global economy, Prince William’s wedding plans, football and absurd Christmas songs…

It’s easy to get cynical in such circumstances. But this is not the way of the spiritual warrior. Cynicism is a luxurious self-indulgence for which we have neither the time nor energy to spare. What we do know is that the media, like the politicians, does not represent the world of felt-experience in any consequential way. What we see on the streets, in the city, in the grocery line, in the coffee shops, in the home and across the table from our friends is what is significant. Real conversations with real perception, should we be lucky enough to know those who value and practice such wonderments, mean infinitely more than just consuming the regurgitations of on-screen experts. A PhD in a fictitious history illustrates only a capacity for information storage and retrieval. In a deeply magickal world, far greater faculties than just the biological computer of the brain are required to grasp true wisdom…

By examining the official historical record, reading on-line sacred texts, folklore accounts and mythological writings, then cross-referencing these with alternative scholar’s work, independent documentaries and filtering everything through our own individual research – we can now formulate a far higher resolution picture of what has actually occurred in our world.” ~Neil Kramer (2010)

Ancient Egyptians Knew How to Unleash the Power of the Pineal Gland

“This video explores Schwaller de Lubicz’s work, The Temple of Man. It demonstrated that the architects of the Luxor Temple used Sacred Geometry, which reflected the exact proportions of the human body. It also hints that the ancient Egyptians were using altered states of consciousness by using the pineal gland to explore the realm of the spirits…”

Also see: Magical Egypt: Luxor – Temple of Man (full episode)

Graham Hancock on Ancient Aliens, Atlantis & Ayahuasca

“I think we can choose a new path; we don’t have to go down the murderous and self-destructive path we’re walking right now. But you know, we don’t need another comet impact or an asteroid or earth-destroying earthquakes to end our civilization, we’re perfectly capable of doing it ourselves. And we’re on our way to doing so, but it doesn’t have to happen.

There is a new awakening of consciousness; people all around the world are waking up. They’re refusing to put up with the bullshit of the state and the big corporations and the endless hatred and fear and division that is sown amongst us. People are finding their voices and are waking up to a new consciousness. And I take great hope from that. I feel very positive, actually. …

In my view, the material aspect of life is secondary, and the spiritual aspect is primary. But I think we should say it’s a blessing to be born in a human body. We’re so fortunate to have this opportunity and that’s why we shouldn’t waste it. That’s what is so really demonic about modern society – that it conspires to persuade us to waste the opportunity, to think it’s all about production and consumption and material things, and not to nurture the spirit in any way. This is the real conspiracy of modern society. It wants to make us forget that life is a gift, a precious, precious gift not to be wasted.”