Science of the Whole: Integrating Matter & Spirit

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March 24, 2019

Science today is a double-edged sword. On the one hand, it points towards a greater reality. On the other hand, it unwittingly blocks our direct experience of that greater reality. This needs a little explanation. Ever since Fritjof Capra’s The Tao of Physics in the 1970s, there have been books that draw striking parallels between the reality described by the new physics and the reality described by mystics. Both speak…

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Researchers Found a Way to Levitate Objects Using Only Light

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March 21, 2019

by Victor Tangermann | Futurism Scientists say their new “levitation” tech could send a spacecraft to the nearest star in just 20 years. Light Levitation Researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) say they’ve found a way to levitate and propel objects using only light — though, for the time being, the work remains theoretical. They hope the technique could be used for “trajectory control of ultra-light spacecraft and even laser-propelled light sails…

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Neuroscientists Make “Jaw-Dropping” Discovery of “Wireless” Brain Communication

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March 19, 2019

By Elias Marat A team of researchers studying the brain have discovered a brand new and previously unidentified form of “wireless” neural communications that self-propagates across brain tissue and is capable of leaping from neurons in one part of the brain to another, even if the connection between them has been severed. The discovery by biomedical engineering researchers at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio could prove key to…

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Was Our Solar System Designed to Produce Humans?

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March 4, 2019

By Christopher Knight & Alan Butler More than a decade has passed since we joined forces to try and find out if there was any reality to a claim that highly accurate units of length had been in use during the British Neolithic. We found that these supposedly primitive people were using a highly developed science that connected them to the rhythms of the Earth. But our biggest personal challenge…

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The Outstanding Story of Osiris: His Myth, Symbols, and Significance in Ancient Egypt

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February 26, 2019

Osiris, the green-skinned god of the underworld, lord of the afterlife and judge of the dead, is one of the best-known gods from ancient Egypt. His story provided his followers with reassurance for life after death, that the Nile would keep their lands fertile, and was an inspiration for what a king should be. He is the only deity that is referred to in ancient Egyptian writings simply as ‘god’…

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Scientists are Rethinking Animal Cognition as More Evolutionary Behaviors Emerge

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February 23, 2019

Humans have always considered ourselves much different animals, and we look at our apparent superior intellect, analytical mind, self-awareness, and expanded consciousness as the dividing line between us and them. Primates for example, have always been considered our closest cousins, and while we do credit them with being intelligent, our understanding of how they experience the world has never included the notion that they may be just as conscious as…

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Pythagoras, The Golden Ratio & The Tuning Of The Human Frequency

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February 19, 2019

Pythagoras was a Greek philosopher, mathematician and founder of Pythagoreanism. He was also a high ranking member in many mystery schools and secret societies, including the Egyptian Priesthood and The Order Of The Magi.  Pythagoreanism is a religious movement in which he attempted to merge education, science and religion in perfect unity. The Pythagorean School consisted of nine temples for the different subjects which included- geometry, music, astronomy, philosophy, medicine,…

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Meet the Iceman Who Uses the Power of His Mind to Defy Extreme Temperatures

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February 17, 2019

He is a “Superhuman.” He is “The Iceman.” He is Wim Hof, a Dutch daredevil. His secret? Breathing exercises and cold therapy. Wim Hof currently holds 20 world records, including a world record for having the longest ice bath (In 2011, he stayed immersed in ice for 1 hour, 52 minutes and 42 seconds). He has climbed Mount Everest and Mount Kilimanjaro in only shorts and shoes. He has run a…

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Patients Are Dumping Benzodiazepines in Favor of Cannabis to Treat Anxiety

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February 16, 2019

Along with the opioid epidemic, we are in the midst of a benzodiazepine epidemic. This class of prescription drugs, which includes the extremely popular drug xanax, is primarily prescribed for anxiety, but is exceptionally prone to abuse, addiction, and were involved in almost 12,000 deaths a year. “These are highly addictive and potentially lethal drugs, and many people don’t know that,” lead author Dr. Anna Lembke of the Stanford University School…

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