Monday, 13 June 2016

What Are Dreams? Why Do We Dream?

Whether we remember them or not, whether they are beautiful dreams that make us feel happy or whether they are nightmares that leave us feeling scared, all of us have dreams of some kind while we are asleep.

Despite many people claiming that they don't dream, it’s actually scientifically impossible not to. The truth is that such people simply just don’t remember their dreams… but they do have them.

Dreaming is a completely natural phenomena which is a necessity for us to be able function correctly and without dreaming our minds would become dysfunctional because they wouldn’t be working properly. Dreams are a way for our minds to efficiently process the information that we are subject to each and every day and are simply just metaphorical representations of our reality.

Whilst many dreams appear to be random or seem to make no sense, if we were to recall the details of a dream whilst in a hypnotic trance, these metaphorical representations would actually make perfect sense to us and we would know their real meaning(s).

Dreaming is an important part of being able to think, recall and remember properly and this is one reason why sleep deprivation can be so dangerous. When people are deprived of sleep for too long, it alters their thinking patterns, adversely affects their memory and causes impairment.

In fact, being deprived of sleep for too long can be extremely dangerous and can, potentially, cause permanent damage or impairment. Sleeping and dreaming are vital to our health.

[ Image from Pixabay – Public Domain – ]

All Songs Contain Subliminal Suggestion

To some, the claim that every single song in existence contains subliminal messages may seem like a ridiculous notion and to others, it may seem completely understandable.

There has, of course, been plenty of controversy over the decades as to whether subliminal messages are being or have been intentionally embedded into certain songs and there have also been several court cases over such issues. Most of us have heard the claim of a record by The Beatles which allegedly states “John is dead” when played backwards.

Additionally, Black Sabbath are an example of one band who have been accused of using one of their songs to intentionally encourage people to commit suicide. The controversy arose over the perceived lyric “I tell you to end your life” in the song Paranoid, although what Ozzy was actually singing was “I tell you to enjoy life”.

Whilst subliminal messages may not be being intentionally placed in most songs, the reality is that the pen is mightier than the sword and that words are extremely powerful. Words program the human mind and vice versa, hence the fields of Psycho-Linguistics and Neuro-Linguistic Programming, and this happens as a result of suggestibility which is a natural human trait built into each and every one of us which is required for the learning process.

Whilst most musicians have no intention of carrying out mind control techniques when creating their songs, the intention behind lyrics is to invoke a particular type of reaction in the listener. Additionally, just as words and lyrics naturally influence the mind, music itself influences the emotions and emotionalized thoughts are by far the most powerful and so when music and words are combined, the end result is something eminently powerful which influences us to a huge degree.

Upbeat music with uplifting lyrics has the power to make us feel on top of the world, whereas slow songs in a minor key with depressing lyrics have the power to make us cry or feel sad and during the process of writing a song, the musician(s) know what reaction they wish to invoke in the listener once the song is complete and this is direct suggestion. The power of suggestion is something which should never ever be underestimated.

Additionally, whether intentional or not, every sentence constructed contains embedded messages which speak directly to the subconscious. For example, the statement do not think of a blue elephant, if you take the first two words away, contains the embedded command think of a blue elephant and so whoever hears or reads it must think of a blue elephant in order to process the statement thereby doing the exact opposite of what they were told to do directly. This is an example of negative suggestion.

For this reason, it’s true that every song ever created contains both direct and subliminal messages.

[ Image from Pixabay – Public Domain – ]

Thursday, 9 June 2016

Microsoft & The Geoengineering Cover-Up

Recently, I visited the MSN home page and whilst scrolling through the page I noticed that there were four different weather reports on the page. Obviously, some of the content on the MSN home page is aggregated whereas some of the content is published directly by MSN.

What I noticed was that all four of the weather reports completely conflicted with each other quite drastically. One was claiming excess heat, another was claiming freezing temperatures, another was warning about floods and the last one was quite mundane. I found this quite ridiculous, so I decided to leave a comment on one of the posts and was surprised to find out what happened when I did.

In my comment I mentioned geoengineering and suggested that there was a cover-up going on. Within less than thirty seconds my comment had been removed from the page! Completely deleted! Being as persistent as I am, I decided to leave another comment and mentioned that my previous comment had been removed. This time, my comment appeared to remain on the page so I left it.

The next morning, I decided to check to see if my comment was still on the page and typed the URL into my browser address bar. What happened next shocked me. Instead of the page with the weather report loading, I was redirected to the MSN home page and then, within a few seconds, a notification popped up on my computer to say that my download had finished... except I hadn't been downloading anything.

I opened up the downloads folder on my computer to find out what was going on and lo and behold, in my download folder was the executable installation file for some tracking software! Needless to say, I deleted the file immediately and performed a thorough scan of my computer. The fact that this even happened tells me that Microsoft must be actively taking part in the geoengineering cover-up and, as it happens, guess who one of the main advocates and funders of geoengineering research is?

Yep, you guessed it: Bill Gates.

Find out more here:

[ Image belongs to me, Marc Hubs (Sparkster) - taken in UK, May 2016 ]

Monday, 30 May 2016

French MoD Contacted Aliens, Russia: So Did We

The document to the left is an official government document from the French Ministry of Defence (MoD) and has been referred to as the most important publicly available document relating to UFO/ET disclosure.

Rather bizarrely, the document which is (needless to say) in French, explains how the French MoD successfully managed to get in contact with an alien civilization, after agreeing to take part in a surreal proposition which had originally been put forth by Dr Steven Greer of CSETI (Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence).

Dr Steven Greer is a UFO advocate who has been trying to get the government to disclose what they know about UFOs and ET intelligence, ever since the 1990's. Greer is also head of the Disclosure project, an organization which collects testimony from government and military witnesses, and was also the focus of the 2013 movie-documentary, Sirius.

According to the document the experiment took place in 2010 and an alien craft was successfully summoned. This craft was allegedly confirmed on radar and was traveling at a speed of 120,000 MPH. Greer also claims that an ambassador from the Andromeda galaxy was also contacted during the event.

Greer also hosts what he calls CE5 events - contact of the 5th kind: human initiated contact. Groups of people get together in open areas and use meditation techniques and coherent thought sequencing to vector in UFO craft. Many people can attest to the reality of the phenomenon and many photographs and videos have been taken.

The image below is a photograph of an extraterrestrial being manifesting at one of Greer's CE5 events:

Amazingly, sources from within the Russian military have claimed that they have also been doing the same thing... for the last 30 years! They also claimed that there were two different methods of doing so.

According to Major General of FIB in reserve, Vasily Yeremenko:

"We can say that we learned to summon UFOs in Vladimirovka. To do this, we dramatically increased the number of military flights and movement of the equipment. If the intensity on our side increased, UFOs appeared with the probability of 100 percent."

For more information on this Russian disclosure, see:

[ Images: Steven Greer, CSETI: Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence ]

Saturday, 12 March 2016

Orgonite, Reiki & Life-Force

Recently, I obtained a piece of orgonite from Richjard Broome who runs the Orgonite Protection group on Facebook. I had heard of orgonite before and was somewhat familiar with Wilhelm Reich and what he termed "orgone" energy, although I had never put too much stock in it. However, I have been getting into much more esoterical matters lately and have already had some profound experiences.

Upon receiving this piece of orgonite, which Richjard had made himself, I placed it on the table in front of me and immediately I began to experience a strong feeling of deja vu. I didn't know why at the time but I messaged Richjard and told him about it. I also told him that whilst carrying it around with me I kept getting thoughts of "love, peace and harmony" enter my mind seemingly from nowhere.

Oddly enough, when I placed it on the table, my 11-year old daughter cupped her hand over it and surprised me by saying "I can feel the spirit, the spirit of love"! She then went on to describe a weird "waking dream" in which she had seen odd entities with no eyes, ears or noses but wearing goggles all around her.

Even more peculiar is the fact that I myself was sensing some strange things going on back then and this was shortly after a parapsychology experiment I had carried out. Later, I kept seeing, reading the words "love", "harmony" or "spirit" everywhere I went. After having the orgonite in my bedroom for a few days, I had some long distance Reiki performed on me courtesy of Mike Gold and it was a pleasant experience, much more powerful than it has ever felt previously. Almost like the orgonite was amplifying the energy.

I had also tested the effect of the orgonite on a stream of flowing water. Amazingly, when the orgonite was close enough to the water, the water would stream around the orgonite as though it was curving around it's energy field.

Even more bizarre is the fact that I now know why I experienced deja vu. After a day or two of looking at it, I started to remember finding this very same and absolutely identical piece of orgonite in the street. That was nearly twenty years ago! I had, at the time, been experimenting with contacting my future self, only I didn't realize that I really was sending things back through time!

When I found it, as a child, I thought it must have been some kind of battery or something. I did sense that it had something to do with energy. The whole incident felt kind of peculiar at the time, like the world (or my higher self) was trying to tell me something. I don't know how I lost possession of the orgonite back then but that very same identical piece of orgonite has come back into my life recently and that's by far not even the weirdest thing that's happened to me recently.

Life was already getting bizarre but since having the orgonite in my possession, things seem to have started to unfold nicely and things have started to become clearer. So far, it's been quite a positive experience.

Friday, 26 February 2016

A Hologram To Accompany You Everywhere

What Is A Tulpa? 

A tulpa can be considered to be an intentional form of hallucination. Some would call it a self-delusion, although technically it isn't delusion. It's a self-induced hallucination.

A hallucination is a phenomenon wrongly perceived as being truly observed by the senses, whereas a delusion is an incorrect belief resulting from various subjective contributing factors. It would only become delusion (or self-delusion) if a person believed that their tulpa was a real entity and not a self-created one.

How Are Tulpas Possible?

Tulpas can be created by using the power of the mind combined with our five natural senses and are possible due to what is known in psychology as the principle of holographic image processing. Basically, creating a tulpa is a way of intentionally fooling your own perception and a tulpa is therefore a thought-form.

There are many reasons why people choose to create tulpas. Some people do it to have them as a companion and some do it for self-entertainment or out of curiosity. The most amazing thing about creating a tulpa is that you can bring that tulpa to life and give it it's own consciousness. Creating a tulpa is very much like creating a fully animated and seemingly conscious character for a video game except by doing it with the mind instead of doing it with a computer. Just as with video games, it's a purely holographic experience.

Where Did Tulpas Originate From?

The act of creating tulpas originates from Tibetan Buddhism. However, creating a tulpa has become a popular form of recreation in recent times and is now what could be considered to be a form of New Age "art" just like creating crop circles except that tulpas are a purely subjective experience and are therefore personal.

Tibetan Buddhists used tulpas as a form of spiritual discipline to teach initiates the difference between imaginary spirits and real spirits. Initiates were told that their tulpa was a genuine deity to be worshipped and those who believed it failed the test and were turned away.

How Are Tulpas Created?

It takes time, persistence and dedication in order to be able to create a tulpa. Depending on how much spare time you have available to work on creating it, it can literally take months for your tulpa to fully "materialize" into form. There can also be mild side effects such as headaches and tiredness, although this is usually temporary. You can find out more about how to create your own tulpa by reading the Tulpa Guide For Dummies.

This article is for educational and informational purposes only. I do not recommend that anyone attempt to create their own tulpa and I am unable to accept any responsibility for any side effects that may arise from doing so.

Thursday, 18 February 2016

The Art Of Speed Reading

Many of us who read hundreds of articles every day may sometimes find ourselves automatically skimming over the words, or perhaps "speed reading", especially when we know we have a lot of reading to get through.

Whilst many people are of the opinion that speed-reading is just a myth, it has actually been scientifically proven to work, if done properly.

Of course, just skimming over the words or paragraphs on a page is not speed-reading.

Speed-reading works because when we read, our mind actually recognizes the visual patterns that make up each word, rather than having to read every single letter of each word individually. So, essentially, as long as our mind absorbs the visual patterns that make up each word on the page, then we are still reading the full content contained on that page.

Additionally, our subconscious mind is an extremely powerful tool which remembers the finer details that our conscious mind doesn't pay attention to. It's true that small trivial details from an event which we would usually not remember can be recalled easily whilst under hypnosis. Speed-reading is not just something that many of us find ourselves doing naturally but it is also an art which can be mastered with a bit of practice.

The best way of learning to speed-read is to have three visual points on each line of text; one at the beginning, one at the center and one at the end. These are your three points of focus for reading each line of text, ensuring your mind recognizes the visual patterns of each word contained in between.

At first, you may not be consciously aware of what it is you are reading but tests have shown that the information is indeed being absorbed by the subconscious and can be easily retrieved by letting the information come to you naturally.

[ Image: Hermann @ Pixabay - Public Domain - ]

Tuesday, 26 January 2016

The Hessdalen Lights UFO Laboratory

Hessdalen is a small town situated in Norway and although it’s population was once 480 people, it is now accommodated by just 120 locals. Hessdalen is home to an ongoing unexplained aerial phenomenon which is still being studied today and was once described by former Project Bluebook UFO investigator, Dr. J. Allen Hynek, as a “UFO laboratory” where UFO’s could truly be studied. 

The Hessdalen Lights is an unexplained phenomena which still affects the area with 20 reports per year coming in. However, the height of activity was between 1981 to 1984 when the unexplained lights were seen as often as 20 times per week.The Hessdalen Lights have been observed on many occasions by many people and have been the subject of serious scientific research but as of yet they remain truly unexplained.

Scientific research has shown peculiar activity, chemical compositions and electromagnetic anomalies. Although many scientists have come up with many theories, there is no general consensus on the cause of the mysterious lights just yet. However, one Norwegian scientist did claim that interstellar travel and time travel were made possible at least ten years ago, whilst one of the local residents has kept a log of his sightings and claims to have seen many different shaped ‘craft’ in the area including “saucer” shaped and “cigar” shaped craft. 

What’s even more fascinating about this unidentified aerial phenomenon is the fact that many of the lights appear to be scouring the area for something.
For this reason many of the locals believe the lights are the result of extraterrestrial activity and that someone or something is searching the area for resources. The Hessdalen lights have been photographed and filmed on video traveling at over 30,000-km per hour. 

On one occasion, overnight, the lights appear to have cut and lifted an area the size of a football field from the ground, weighing 1-ton, with perfect precision and placed it to the side. Amazingly, the exact same thing happened just a few miles away from the location.

[ Image from Pixabay – Public Domain – ]

Sleep Deprivation Can Cause Clinical Insanity

Sleep deprivation is actually an extremely common cause of many mental health issues and illnesses, although this fact is not very well known and is often overlooked. The general consensus is that you can become ‘clinically insane’ after being awake for more than 72 hours consecutively.

Although it’s not entirely conclusive just yet, tests do seem to indicate that clinical insanity after 72 hours is most likely the case. After 72 hours of sleep deprivation, the average person may experience auditory hallucinations, which will soon most likely be followed by visual hallucinations. These hallucinations may be mild at first but tend to increase in vividness and length the longer the person stays awake. Eventually the person may go into a ‘waking dream’ state. 

Of course, unless you push it too far, this is usually only a temporary state of insanity and can be ‘slept off’. It’s no secret that many drug users experience hallucinations and delusions – this is often a result of the sleep deprivation caused by the substances they use, rather than being directly caused by the actual substances. Obviously, many drugs can also cause hallucinations and delusions and so they only exacerbate the symptoms of sleep deprivation and make permanent damage more likely. 

The mind and body are both part of the same system and it is impossible to affect one part of a system without affecting the rest of that system in some way. Being deprived of sleep for excessive periods of time (i.e. over 72 hours) can potentially cause serious damage to the health, both mentally and physically.

[ Image from Pixabay – Public Domain – ]

Thursday, 21 January 2016

Is Planet X Disclosure Finally Here?

On Wednesday 20th January 2016, scientists presented "good evidence" of a potential and long-sought hypothetical Planet X which has been debated over and caused controversy for decades.

The evidence was presented in peer-reviewed journal, Astronomical. Astronomer Mike Brown and scientist Konstantin Batygin from California Institute of Technology have based their calculations on the fact that the orbits of as many as six different objects in the Kuiper belt are being affected by something. The only logical assumption that can be concluded is that their orbits must be being affected by a real planet.

Although the planet hasn't actually been observed by telescope just yet, their research is backed up by Scott Sheppard of the Carnegie Institution for Science in Washington who had also proposed a giant planet by his own calculations thereby taking his own research "to the next level" and the researchers believe that the planet could be discovered by telescope within the next five years.

Sheppard also stated in email that the odds of there being a Planet X just went up from being 50% to now being 75%. In 1981, a US Naval Observatory astronomer had previously announced at a meeting of the American Astronomical Society that irregularities in the orbit of Pluto indicated that there must be a tenth planet (Pluto was still considered a planet at the time). Then in 1982, NASA announced that "an object is really there far beyond the outermost planets".

Later, in 1983, an announcement was made by the Chief IRAS Scientist of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in which he stated "a heavenly body as large as Jupiter and part of this solar system has been found in the direction of the constellation of Orion by an orbiting telescope". It seems that over the following few years some kind of censorship seemed to take place.

Just as proposed by the Planet X conspiracy theorists, the giant planet is believed to be on an unusual highly elliptical orbit, it's estimated to be between 20-billion to 100-billion miles from Earth, it's 5,000 times larger than Pluto and 10 times larger than Earth and may possibly have rings and moons. It is believed that the planet, now being labelled Planet 9, may take between 10,000 to 20,000 years to complete it's orbit around the sun.

According to planetary scientist, Konstantin Batygin:

"For the first time in more than 150 years, there's good evidence that the planetary census of the solar system is incomplete" 

The researchers are now on a mission to observe the giant planet by telescope and are asking people to help them look for it. They noted that decent backyard telescopes may be capable of spotting it if the planet comes relatively close to Earth in it's orbit around the sun.

Sunday, 10 January 2016

Cryptomnesia & The Subconscious Mind

Cryptomnesia is a term that was first coined by Théodore Flournoy (1854 - 1920) and is used to describe the phenomena of misperception of information often believed to have been derived from supernatural sources.

Flourney, a former Professor of Psychology and an author of two books on parapsychology and spiritism, coined the term in  order to explain the phenomenon experienced by the medium Hélène Smith as "romances of the subliminal imagination, derived largely from forgotten sources". That is, the information either comes from forgotten memories (perhaps from books read as a child) or from information which has been absorbed subconsciously in the past without the subject's awareness (subconscious recall). In laymen's terms, the word cryptomnesia translates to hidden memories.

It's true that the subconscious mind is capable of recalling finer details about events than a person can consciously remember and this has been confirmed through hypnosis. For those who believe that hypnosis is ineffective or is pseudoscience, hypnosis has already been scientifically proven to work by measuring brain activity with EEG (ElectroEncephaloGram) during hypnosis sessions. It's also true that due to the way our internal representational systems work, our subconscious knows the meaning of our dreams and they make perfect sense when in a hypnotic trance although consciously our dreams may sometimes seem a bit odd or peculiar.

The phenomenon of cryptomnesia may very well be responsible for false memories and inaccurate information derived from unknown sources such as those believed to have been accessed during processes like channeling, past life regression and spirit writing. Whilst cryptomnesia is often used as an explanation for seemingly supernatural phenomena, it may also tie with with the placebo effect, ideomotion (responsible for the Ouija board effect) and the true power of the subconscious mind and therefore although cryptomnesia does happen, it does not rule out the possibility of supernatural phenomena happening in some cases.

[ Image: Geralt at Pixabay - Public Domain - ]

Friday, 8 January 2016

Does The Human Soul Have Mass? (21 Grams)

In 1901, Dr. Duncan MacDougall decided to carry out an experiment on six of his patients, all of whom were dying of tuberculosis.

The reason for MacDougall's experiment was to prove his hypothesis that the human soul has mass and that this mass is lost when the soul leaves the body.

McDougall's theory was popularized in the 2003 movie, 21 Grams, therefore many of the general public assume that the movie, 21 Grams, is the true source of the information - they don't realize that the experiment genuinely was carried out back in 1901. As a result of his experiment, MacDougall concluded that the human soul weighs a total of 21 grams, based on the average loss of mass in his six patients within moments of dying. However, further experiments on other animals including dogs, mice and sheep failed to show similar results.

Unexpectedly for MacDougall, his experiments with animals indicated that there was actually an increase of mass in sheep after death, which disappeared shortly after and no increase or decrease of mass in dogs after death. In self-assurance of his hypothesis about the human soul, MacDougall believed that the lack of change of mass in dogs after dying must have been an indication that dogs have no soul.

Even more peculiarly, MacDougall believed that the increase of mass in sheep after dying, before dissipating, was an indication of some kind of "soul portal" opening up to carry the soul away. It was later speculated that MacDougall may have been guilty of poisoning dogs in order to carry out his experiments, though this was never proven nor disproven.

MacDougall is not the only person who has supported the theory that the human soul has mass, Sir William Crooke also believed in the theory.

[ Image: Geralt at Pixabay - Public Domain - ]

Wednesday, 6 January 2016

What Is Social Engineering?

In the world of Information Technology (IT), Social Engineering refers to a technique used by hackers in order to attain information which can then be exploited.

This is usually done by getting people to reveal small details about themselves during seemingly innocent conversation.

They may do so by subtly slipping in questions like "how old are you?" and "when is your birthday?" or "have you got a middle name?" to get the victim to reveal information which can potentially be used to hack their passwords.

In the world of politics or "political science" the term Social Engineering refers to methods and attitudes used to influence society on a large scale, often by using tactics such as subliminal persuasion which talk directly to the subconscious.

However, Social Engineering can also be carried out on a smaller scale by one or more people on one or more unsuspecting victims, in order to create and influence seemingly real-life events which manipulate the victim into the desired outcome or to install sets of false beliefs.

Social Engineering is not to be taken lightly and the term can also be used to describe some of the tactics that may be employed by narcissists, sociopaths and psychopaths when attempting to coerce their victim(s) into a trap.

[ Image: Geralt at Pixabay - Public Domain - ]