A banned TED talk from Graham Hancock where he talks about ayahuasca and how we are being kept from evolving our consciousness by the powers that be and the collective dream-state they have instilled in the masses that manifests itself as the phobia of mind expansion. MUST WATCH
Yes indeed a MUST SEE video. Psychedelics imho don’t cause false or fake experiences, they open doors of perception into another reality - the one we cannot normally see. But that is only the catalyst in this story. My fav quote:
… everybody realizes that a promise of a society over monopolistically based on this state of consciousness has proved hollow. And that this model is no longer working. That it is broken in every sense of a way that the model can be broken. And urgently we need to find something to replace it. The vast problems of global pollution resulted from the single minded pursuit of profit. The horrors of nuclear proliferation. The spectre of hunger that millions go to bed every night starving - that we can’t even solve this problem despite our alert problem solving state of consciousness. And look what’s happening in the Amazon the lungs of our planet this precious home of biodiversity. The old growth forest being cut down and being replace with soya bean farms so that we can feed cattle so that we can eat hamburgers… only a truly insane global state of consciousness would allow such an abomination to occur.
Wow! My kinda guy right there! His story is about consciousness changing in a deeply and profound way and I agree 100% that is what has to happen in order to save our world.
TED - big FAIL on censoring this and yes you did censor it. And yes, you are right, your excuses for that were clumsy at best.
Col Chris Hadfield, Canadian astronaut and Commander of the International Space Station, is preparing to return home to Earth. For the past six months he’s provided us all with truly awesome glimpses of our world and countless fascinating insights into what life is like in outer space, aboard the ISS. (What ever will we do without him?) But before he goes, Commander Hadfield has gifted us with a song. It gave us goosebumps and is pretty much one of the best things ever:
With deference to the genius of David Bowie, here’s Space Oddity, recorded on Station. A last glimpse of the World.
Huge thanks in the making of the video to the talented trio of Emm Gryner, Joe Corcoran and Andrew Tidby, plus Evan Hadfield and all at the CSA.
Modular urban rooftop garden in Dublin uses only recycled materials
this is what revolution looks like
I was co-founder of a 23 year research program investigating psychic abilities at Stanford Research Institute. We were doing research and applications for the CIA, Defense Intelligence Agency, Air Force and Army Intelligence, NASA, and others. In this $25 million program we used “remote viewing” to find a downed Russian bomber in North Africa, for which President Carter commended us. We found a kidnapped US general in Italy, and the kidnap car that snatched Patricia Hearst. We looked in on the US hostages in Iran, and predicted the immanent release of Richard Queen, who was soon sent to Germany. We described a Russian weapons factory in Siberia, leading to a US congressional investigation about weakness in US security, etc. We published our scientific findings in Nature, The Proc. IEEE, Proc. AAAS, and Proc. American Institute of Physics. I thought a TED audience would find this recently declassified material interesting.
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It seems Geoff Lawton is currently in the middle of releasing a series of free Permaculture videos covering practical application and some things like considerations to make before purchasing a property, which haven’t been widely covered in a video like this before. So far there are 4 videos total…
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Stephen Ritz is a South Bronx teacher/administrator. With the help of extended student and community family they have grown over 25,000 pounds of vegetables in the Bronx while generating extraordinary academic performance. His Bronx classroom features the first indoor edible wall in NYC DOE which routinely generates enough produce to feed 450 students healthy meals and trains the youngest nationally certified workforce in America. Stephen has consistently moved attendance from 40% to 93% daily and helped fund/create 2,200 youth jobs.
His speech at Columbia University, “From Crack to Cucumbers,” along with the release of a You-Tube Video (Urban Farming NYC) resulted in a national following including an invite to the White House Garden. Dedicated to harvesting hope and cultivating minds, Stephen dreams of opening a nationally replicable Career Technical Education public school in the poorest Congressional District in America rooted in urban agriculture, green and sustainable initiatives.