Archive | February, 2017

Global Coherence Research | The science of interconnectivity

Global coherence research encompasses a large variety of scientific data to gain new insights into the interconnectedness of human/animal health and behavior and the sun and earth’s magnetic activity. The scientific community is just beginning to appreciate and understand the deeper level of how we are interconnected. We are getting closer to understanding why and how magnetic fields generated by the sun and earth affect human health and behavior – […]

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Vivian Wagner | Space

I WOKE UP ONE DAY WHEN I WAS SIX wanting to build a spaceship. I imagined a saucer-shaped vehicle, vaguely like a classic UFO, with an engine, a control board, and a windshield for looking at the stars ahead. I could see myself getting into the ship and taking off over the mountains, escaping into the sky, the saucer spinning, my freedom ahead. I figured with all of the machines […]

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Arindam Bannerjee | Looney

WHILE RUNNING DOWN A PERFECT CIRCLE you have to accelerate. You cannot stop and if you do you’ll fall off the edge, where infinity awaits. Running down and falling are not synonymous. Just keep running; if you stop you’ll fall. There was a wild child named Looney. Once he asked his mom, “Why are all the planets round in shape? Why is Mars not square-shaped and the Sun not a […]

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The future is quantum | An interview with Lee Carroll

Lee Carroll spent the first 20 years of his professional life as an audio engineer, after graduating from California Western University with a business and economics degree. That reputation has faded however, as he has become known around the world for his books, lectures, and presentations of the wisdom of a non-physical entity by the name of Kryon. I stumbled upon the Kryon books about 10 years ago, when a […]

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