Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Pete Santilli Exposed as FBI Informant

Conspiracy Radio Show Host Pete Santilli, much like his pseudo-nemesis Alex Jones, has now been confirmed to be controlled opposition. A telling fax from Santilli to the F.B.I. field office in Sacremento was copied and sent by an insider to Vinny Eastwood who has recently been blowing the lid off Santilli's operation. In the fax, Santilli mentions FBI Cyber Terrorism specialist Daphne Hearn as being his handler/contact and goes on to complain that the FBI hasn't been upholding their original agreement with him. The Fax begins, "You assured me this would not happen and that I would not be made out to be the scapegoat. That is what is currently happening as I am being attacked on all fronts now. Where is my protection? YOU NEED TO UPHOLD YOUR END! I am losing viewership instead of gaining as was assured by Daphne Hearn." Watch the entire exposé below as well as the following links: Pete Santilli Exposed Stealing $500,000 Off Trucker's Ride For the Constitution, Pete Santilli Exposed as a Liar and Sociopath, Why I Quit the Pete Santilli Show, The Rise and Fall of Pete Santilli

Thursday, October 24, 2013

The Science of Prayer, Positive Intention and Distance Healing

Even if they don’t believe in mind over matter, most people behave as though their thoughts do affect the world.  Surveys have shown that the vast majority of the world’s population prays and many throughout history have witnessed and testified to the power of prayer.  The majority of such prayers essentially ask for God, the Universe, or Nature to “roll the dice favorably” in our direction, thus things like prayer and distance healing are also testable PK techniques.  

Randolph Byrd in 1988 attempted to determine in a randomized, double-blind trial whether remote prayer would have any effect on patients in a coronary care unit.  Over 10 months, nearly 400 patients were divided into two groups, and only half (unbeknownst to them) were prayed for by a Christian prayer group outside the hospital.  All patients had been evaluated, and there was no statistical difference in their condition before treatment.  However, after treatment, those who’d been prayed for had significantly less severe symptoms and fewer instances of pneumonia and also required less assistance on a ventilator and fewer antibiotics than patients who hadn’t been prayed for.”  -Lynne McTaggart, “The Field: The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe,” (186-7)

The effectiveness of therapeutic touch has also been demonstrated in several studies.  For example, Dr. Janet Quinn, an associate professor and assistant director of nursing research at the University of South Carolina at Columbia, decided to see if therapeutic touch could lower the anxiety levels of heart patients.  To accomplish this she devised a double-blind study in which one group of nurses trained in the technique would pass their hands over a group of heart patients’ bodies.  A second group with no training would pass their hands over the bodies of another group of heart patients, but without actually performing the technique.  Quinn found that the anxiety levels in the authentically treated patients dropped 17 percent after only five minutes of therapy, but there was no change in anxiety levels among the patients who received the ‘fake’ treatment.  Quinn’s study was the lead story in the Science Times section of the March 26, 1985, issue of the New York Times.”  -Michael Talbot, “The Holographic Universe” (173)

In 1998 Dr. Elisabeth Targ and Fred Sicher designed a famous double-blind study on the effects of remote healing for advanced AIDS patients.  They selected 20 patients with the same T-cell counts and the same degree of illness, and then subjected 10 of them to various distance healing modalities for 6 months.  Since it was double-blind, neither patients nor doctors knew who was being healed, and all information was kept in sealed envelopes.  Only the healers themselves knew their targets, and to remove any individual bias, the healers had a weekly rotation guaranteeing that the healing effect itself (not one particular variety of it) was studied.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

The David Dees Conspiracy Art Index

David Dees is a visual artist of 20 years who has created a huge collection of conspiracy-related and often humorous collages. Below are some of my favorites with brief descriptions and links to relevant information on these important topics:

Fractional Reserve Banking, the legalization, normalization, and widespread practice of trading worthless paper bills instead of real assets has allowed international bankers to literally enslave the world in a massive web of unpayable debt. The Federal Reserve killed The American Dream by crashing the economy and bankrupting the nation. The Fed's Great Depression that followed was minor compared to what's coming if people don't wake up.

Monday, October 14, 2013

The Earth is Not Moving

Before Copernican heliocentric indoctrination any child will look up at the sky and notice that the sun, moon, and stars all revolve around a stationary Earth. All empirical evidence from our perspective clearly shows that we are fixed and everything rotates around us. We feel motionless and experience the sun, moon, stars and planets spinning around us. To suspend this common sense geocentric perspective and assume that it's actually the Earth revolving beneath us daily while rotating around the sun yearly is quite a theoretical leap.

"What strikes you as being some thoughts that people would have if - in the short space of a few weeks - the universally held conviction that the Earth rotates on an axis daily and orbits the sun annually were exposed as an unscientific deception? Keep in mind that a rotating, orbiting earth is not counted as a mere hypothesis or even a theory anywhere in the world today. Oh no. Rather, this concept is an unquestioned 'truth'; an established 'fact' in all books and other media everywhere, church media included. Copernicanism, in short, is a concept that is protected in a bunker under a 50 foot thick ceiling of solid 'scientific' concrete. It is meant to be impregnable. It is a concept that has become ensconced in men’s minds as the indestructible cornerstone of enlightened modern man’s knowledge. Virtually all people everywhere have been taught to believe - and do believe - that this concept is based on objective science and dispassionate secular reasoning." -Marshall Hall, "Exposing the Copernican Deception"

"Every experiment ever designed to detect the motion of the earth has failed to detect earth's motion and/or distinguish it from relative counter motion of the universe." -Mark Wyatt, "Is Geocentricism Possible?"

Right up through the 20th century many attempts have been made to try and prove that heliocentricity is true and geocentricity is false. All such attempts have failed and only reinforced geocentricity. The most-well known of these is the Michelson-Morley experiment which attempted to measure the change in speed of light due to the assumed motion of Earth through space. They measured in every different direction in various places on the Earth's surface and failed to detect any significant change whatsoever. The Michelson-Gale experiment also failed to prove heliocentricity but was able to measure the movement of the aether/firmament around the Earth accurate to within 2%. An experiment known as "Airey's Failure" involves filling a telescope with water to slow down the speed of light inside. Usually telescopes must be slightly tilted to get the starlight down the axis of the tube supposedly due to "Earth's speed around the sun." Airey discovered that actually the starlight was already coming in at the correct angle so no change was necessary. This demonstrated that the stars move relative to a stationary Earth and not the other way around; if it was the telescope moving he would have to change the angle.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Moon Hoax Debate - Joe Rogan vs. Phil Plait

Years ago Joe Rogan used to be a very vocal proponent of the moon landing hoax conspiracy.  The following videos are excellent examples of genuine questions any diligent researcher should ask themselves.  While your listening to the Fear Factor guy win a debate against professional astronomer and NASA shill Phil Plait, please peruse these links and tell me with a straight face that Apollo landed on the moon:  Fake Moon Rocks Given to Holland Museum by Buzz Aldrin & Neil Armstrong, Astronauts on Wires, Jack White's Apollo Hoax Evidence, Apollo Moon Hoax Videos, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon, The Masonic Moon Landing Hoax, The Mars Landing Hoax.

Monday, October 7, 2013

Mind Over Matter - Psychokinesis / Telekinesis

One of the most well-researched and fascinating branches of psi science is active-psi or Psychokinesis (PK).  Also known as Telekinesis and mind over matter, PK is the ability to mentally influence a physical system or object.  The most common method to test for active-psi is to isolate a volunteer from a target such as an inanimate object or a random system like a coin toss, dice roll or radioactive decay, then see if the person can mentally influence the target in a repeatable manner.

The dice-tossing experiment is the epitome of simplicity.  A die face is chosen in advance, then one or more dice are tossed while a person wishes for that face to turn up.  If the person’s intention matches the resulting die face, then a ‘hit’ is scored.  If more hits are obtained than expected by chance over many dice tosses, that’s evidence for PK.  In 1989, when psychologist Diane Ferrari and I were at Princeton University, we used meta-analysis to assess the combined evidence for PK effects in dice experiments.  We searched all the relevant English-language journals for the dice experiments published from the 1930s to 1989 … We found 73 relevant publications, representing the efforts of 52 investigators from 1935 to 1987.  Over that half-century, some 2,500 people attempted to mentally influence 2,600,000 dice throws in 148 different experiments, and just over 150,000 dice-throws in 31 control studies where no mental influence was applied to the dice … The odds that the dice studies were due to chance alone were 10^96 to 1 (that’s 10 with 96 zeros after it).  By contrast, the results of control experiments were well within chance expectation.  So something else was clearly going on.”  -Dean Radin, “Entangled Minds” (149)

When self-professed so-called rational, logically-minded “skeptics” hum and haw about the amazing findings in psi-science, I like to visually show them the odds against chance of various controlled and peer-reviewed studies.  Dean Radin and Diane Ferrari’s meta-analysis of psychokinetic dice experiments yielded a ratio of 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 to 1 odds against chance.  On what grounds can such “rational skeptics” claim these odds to be mere coincidence?

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Atlantis - Plato's Powerful Myth of Social Control

Having researched the Atlantean Conspiracy for the better part of a decade now, it is clear that Plato's legend of Atlantis is an allegory just like his allegory of the cave.  Considering that "Atlas" the so-called King of Atlantis is also the medical term for the 33rd vertebrae of the human spine, it seems the Atlantean Tree of Life references the spinal column, the "world on Atlas' shoulders" is your skull which rests on the Atlas vertebrae, Atlas' mythic 7 daughters Hesperides represent the 7 chakras, and the snake Ladon wrapped around the tree is your Kundalini serpent energy.  The 3 concentric rings of land and water in Atlantis also parallels the structure of our brains.  Our skulls on the outside covered by a layer of blood represent Atlantis' first layer of land and water, our cerebral cortex and the small pool of cerebro-spinal fluid surrounding the pineal gland represent the second layer of land and water, and our third-eyes, the "bull's eye," at the geometric center of our brains represents the inner sanctum of Atlantis, the temple between your temples.

Certain elements of Plato's story, do however have underlaying literal truths as well, such as the idea of an advanced pre-historic civilization and a massive flood raising sea levels.  The existence of huge megaliths and pyramids which still cannot be duplicated with modern technology, and common etymology across world languages suggest as the Indian Vedas and the Atlantean mythos espouse, that over ten thousand years ago the world was in a golden age and in many ways humans were more evolved, more intelligent, more in touch with nature and lived much longer than present day peoples.  In the video below, Thomas Sheridan proposes another fascinating take on this ancient allegory as a 2D outline for hierarchical social control.