Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Terence McKenna's Final Earthbound Interview

 By John Hazard

 In this last video interview before his untimely death, Terence McKenna describes Novelty Theory to director John Hazard with an elaboration of its core principles involving hyper-complexification and the

Who Is Ron Paul? Does The Rectified Chart Provide Any Clues as to Whether He Can Win?

By Robert Phoenix

I keep going back and forth on Ron Paul. Four years ago I gave Ron about $300 to run. When I found out he was in the mix, I was elated. I had been a Paul fan for years as he always seemed to vote on the right side of the issues. His takes on the Patriot Act, Pre-emptive strikes and The Fed were in alignment with mine. He was the only candidate that addressed not only the physical but the fiscal toll wars without end were taking on us. In essence he

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Decoding Pluto Through Generations Of Programming And The Onset Of The Hunger Games

By Robert Phoenix

The “Hunger Games” is dominating youth lit and is being made into a feature film. “Hunger Games” is set in the future in a post-apocalyptic U.S. which is named “Panem.” Panem is divided up into 13 districts. Thirteen is the Death card in the major arcana. Death and sacrifice are exactly what the Hunger Games are–ritual sacrifice. Before we get into the Hunger Games, let’s look at how generations are influenced and even programmed via Pluto.

I previously explored generational programming via modern fairy tales, myth, TV and cinema. Each generation has psychic driving memes that deeply influence their thinking, attitudes and cultural ingress.

Saturday, January 7, 2012

The American Dream

By Robert Gover

About the American dream, comedian George Carlin said, "You have to be
asleep to believe it."

What began as the Occupy Wall Street movement was the awakening of
masses of people to an obvious, dream-shattering fact:

The government will never get out of debt to the banks until the
government takes back its duty to create our money and lend it to the
banks. As long as the central bank, the Federal Reserve, creates,
controls and lends money, the government—and we the people—will be
debtors, with the heavy foot of the bankers on our necks.

Friday, January 6, 2012

Is it possible science will change its mind about astrology anytime soon?

From the Astrology News Service

The late Arthur M. Young was a mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor, philosopher and astrologer whose life's work included notable accomplishments in both physics and metaphysics. He was, for example, the inventor of the Bell helicopter. But he also was founder of the Institute for the Study of Consciousness in Berkeley, California.

 Mr. Young once noted that in the three hundred years since the Copernican revolution, when science got its start in Galileo's and Newton's discoveries of the laws that account for the motion of the planets, science has repeatedly revised its theories to accommodate new discoveries or facts.

Monday, January 2, 2012

The Timing of Paradigm Shifts

by Richard Tarnas, PhD and Dean Radin, PhD

From From Noetic Now Issue Eighteen, January 2012

Ed. Note: There are few scholars in the world better equipped to evaluate where civilization is headed than eminent professor of philosophy and cultural history Richard Tarnas. In the following dialogue, excerpted and edited from the Institute of Noetic Sciences’ teleseminar series, Shifting Paradigms, IONS Senior Scientist Dean Radin talks with Dr. Tarnas about the notion of paradigm shifts and what is required for a society to make such a leap. To read a chapter from Tarnas’s book, Cosmos and Psyche, go here.

Radin: In your first book, The Passion of the Western Mind (1993), you explain the context in which we find ourselves, how we got where we are. Most people most of the time don’t think much about why they believe the things that they do and why society works the way that it does. In your second book, Cosmos and Psyche (2006), you use an enchanted view of reality, in a sense, to show why some of the aspects of traditional astrology are actually quite useful in seeing where we are and where we are going.