April 27, 2011
from PreventDisease Website
Many experts agree that our capacities
for logical thinking and rational decisions have emerged from
nothing more than the randomness of information which we have
attempted to categorize logically with little or no success. Indeed,
there is no scientific evidence for the 'evolution' of thought and
this has delayed the advancement of our species.
Another curious sign of an ancient nuclear war in India is a giant crater near Mumbai (formerly Bombay).
The nearly circular 2,154-metre-diameter Lonar crater (below images), located 400 kilometers northeast of Mumbai and dated at less than 50,000 years old, could be related to nuclear warfare of antiquity.
No trace of any meteoric material, etc., has been found at the site or in the vicinity, and this is the world’s only known “impact” crater in basalt.
Indications of great shock (from a
pressure exceeding 600,000 atmospheres) and intense, abrupt heat
(indicated by basalt glass spherules) can be ascertained from the
It is only recently, through the work of researchers in the "softer" sciences of ethno- and entheo-botany, that the true role of these plants could be understood in terms the Western mind could appreciate. It is not simply an "elevated consciousness" or an "altered state" the shaman seeks through the use of these plants, but instead the shaman is said to work his or her magic through an actual psychic link to the pool of biological wisdom held within the network of all terran life, often referred to as the "plant mind" or the "Gaian mind."
But these are not practices that can be
practically measured with science, so they are simply dismissed.
The rest of the world is only privy to
the remaining 5% of knowledge which is released for "science" to
study and explain to the masses.
We are constantly bombarded with false information from supposed scientists including anti-factoids,
is what science is broadcasting to our world on a daily basis. More
often than not, science is a grand deception especially throughout
Hence, we cannot know with any certainty
that science is the only way to prove truth. Clearly we also must
recognize that, by definition, science can only answer questions
relating to nature, not the supernatural concepts that are so
abundant in our universe.
So, how can we know that this world is
not different from what we perceive it to be?
For example, when scientists detect a new particle such as the neutrino, we add neutrinos to our list of things that exist.
While science can identify what exists by what it
observes, science cannot identify what does not exist by what it
fails to observe. If science cannot identify what does not exist by
what it fails to observe, then the failure to observe a cause for
particle pair production does not entail the absence of a cause.
If there is such a thing as an uncaused
entity, it would be impossible to identify it scientifically because
science is based on observation and induction. It is impossible to
observe the absence of something, and thus it is impossible to
discover an uncaused entity by scientific methods. If uncaused
entities exist, they must be identified philosophically, not
When we learn to tap into this energy, it will make most of our current scientific foundations and the practice itself seem quite trivial.