“A former NASA engineer at the Ames Research Center claims aliens are in our solar system and they are creating the beautiful rings around the planet Saturn. Dr. Norman Bergrun claims UFO’s and alien spacecraft are hiding among the rings of not only Saturn but other ringed planets as well.
Dr. Bergrun is not joking or trolling either. He’s serious, and according to the mainstream media described “conspiracy theory channel,” SecureTeam10, which obtained Bergrun’s comments, the alien ships have been here for some time. “Alien spacecraft are proliferating in our solar system and around these ringed planets,” Bergrun is quoted as saying on the video. Bergrun also noted the alien aircraft are circling other ringed-planets in the solar system, including Jupiter and Uranus…
This is not a new stance for Dr. Bergrun either. In 1986, the doctor wrote the book titled Ringmakers of Saturn. The book highlights that there are massive alien ships around Saturn (which Bergrun dubs “ring makers”), including alien spacecraft which have actually created some of the rings around the gas giant.
Bergrun’s stance has not faltered in the thirty years since writing his book. Could he be onto something? Or is he just another crazy conspiracy theorist?”
“In this awesome lecture, Terence Mckenna adds some psychedelic flavor to Panspermia, the theory that life in the universe is distributed by meteors and asteroids. Mckenna believed that mushroom spores were able to survive space travel to become the catalyst of human evolution.”
“Psilocybin is O-phosphoryl-4-hydroxy-N, N-dimethyltryptamine. What this means is that there is a phosphorous group substituted at the 4 position of the molecule. Now here’s the headline folks: This is the ONLY 4-phosphorylated indole on this planet! …
Now, if you were searching for extraterrestrial thumbprints on the biology of Earth, you would look for molecules that are unique – that don’t have near relatives spread through other lifeforms. In psilocybin we have a perfect example of this. It is the only 4-phosphorylated indole known to occur in nature. Nature doesn’t work like that folks, nature builds, always, on what has previously been accomplished. So this is a red flag saying at the molecular level this thing looks like an alien artifact…
A single mushroom in the sporelization phase can shed up to 3 million spores a minute for up to six weeks. ONE mushroom can do this. I maintain that a strategy for extraterrestrial contact carried on by a super technology would take the following form:
Build a probe. Give the probe the ability to replicate itself. Start these probes out from your home planet. The probes replicate so the volume of the probes stays constant as the volume of space increases.
If you’re carrying out an exhaustive search of the galaxy for life, it’s very hard to imagine a civilization that could visit and monitor every star over long periods of time. A much more efficient strategy would be the “phone home” strategy. You send, essentially, a calling card which says if you get this message, call the enclosed toll free number and immediately report your location, we will come at that point. That’s what I think is going on.”
Tribal Celebration, 2016
Serpentine Belly Dance with Rachel Brice
“Serpentine Belly Dance: Belly Dance Technique & Yoga for Strong, Relaxed & Sinuous Movement is a unique blend of yoga conditioning, belly dance technique drills, choreography and mini-classes designed by Rachel.”
“Part of our lot as human beings on planet earth is dominion over the plant and animal kingdoms, and as a by-product of our economic and cultural heritage, we have largely become indifferent to the suffering of animals. An indicator of the cruelest aspects of our nature.
This systemic disrespect for nature and her creatures is part of, or symptomatic of, a larger problem with modern society, the institutionalized perception that we are separate and independent of our environment. This dualism is part of the division of consciousness that is often noted in ancient texts as well as contemporary discussions of the characteristics of human consciousness.
Perhaps the most appalling sign of human kind’s dualistic trap is how we treat our friends in the animal kingdom. Yet this destructive idea is a tragic falsehood, as animals and plants alike are conscious, sentient and intelligent…
You don’t have to look too hard to find signs of mankind’s disrespect, disregard, and distrust of nature. Raising awareness of our connection and dependence on the natural world in these materialistic times is the only way to counter the devastation. Fukushima, the Deepwater Horizon, mountain-top removal, deforestation, tar sands, fracking, plastic pollution, depleted uranium, animal cruelty, so on and on… there really is no end to our ignorance and disrespect.
Whatever your relationship to the natural world is, and no matter what kind of dystopian illusions you may have for our future, there is no escaping the truth that we are all products of nature, and as such dependent on the natural world for survival and happiness.”
“We live in a world where our television “programming” these days literally counts people down into the broadcast with flickering lights and fast spinning graphics so intricate, there’s no way someone’s conscious mind is taking it all in. The information then gets imparted and the viewing audience is swirled back out again… a lot like a hypnosis session.
Now, all we’re hearing about these days is the concept of “trigger words”… from blockbusters like Captain America: Civil War to the so-called hypersensitive Millennial snowflake phenomenon, the system is really pushing the idea that words can trigger anyone at any time (provided they are the right words…)
But the idea of “trigger words” is yet another concept that has always traditionally been related to hypnosis, brainwashing and Manchurian Candidates… and spoken about as if its a hokey, debunked, pseudoscientific joke if anything. That is, up until recently.
Is there a concerted effort to make sure everyone knows how easily triggered they are?Because it sure seems like it.” ~Melissa Dykes
“Microdosing has become a hot new trend amongst Silicon Valley professionals and entrepreneurs looking for a creative edge in business. But the use of sub-perceptual amounts of psychedelics is not limited to only career-oriented individuals. In fact, several users have reported success with microdosing mushrooms to help with depression, smoking cessation, and general emotional balance.
For the uninitiated, microdosing is the act of consuming sub-perceptual amounts of psychedelics, most often LSD and Magic Mushrooms. Sub-perceptual means the effects are subtle but noticeable. Typically, individuals integrate sub-perceptual doses into their weekly routine for higher levels of creativity, more energy, increased focus, and improved relational skills. Microdosing also helps to heighten spiritual awareness and enhance all five senses…
From a positive psychological perspective, users report more appreciation for life, improved mood, more patience, stronger relational bonds, and a gradual buildup of openness when used over a period.”
The Science of Psilocybin and Its Use to Relieve Suffering
“Leading psychopharmacologist Roland Griffiths discloses the ways that psychedelic drugs can be used to create spiritually meaningful, personally transformative experiences for all patients, especially the terminally ill.”
“Look beyond the politics of Ann Coulter and whatever her now shut down speech was even going to be about and check out this picture captured at a recent massive student protest against her coming to speak at UC Berkley.
For context, first look at the picture on the left, then compare it to the picture on the right…
On the same campuses where students once marched for the First Amendment just a few decades ago, now they are literally burning it. While burning a sign that says free speech is technically free speech, in true Orwellian fashion it’s also the opposite of free speech.
Why? Because these students actually don’t want people to have free speech anymore, especially if they disagree with that speech or the person (ex: “heterosexual white males with ‘privilege’”) speaking it.
Now student “activism” is about demanding censorship, not freedom from it. Instead they want tyrannical administrative safe spaces from so-called “microaggressions”. The only freedom they want is from being challenged.
Indeed, it is as if college students these days are being programmed like little robots with trigger words, socially engineered to destroy their own rights.” ~Melissa Dykes
The Simpsons – SJWs at Yale
“Our students are highly entitled wusses.“