Detecting Electromagnetic Radiation and Minimizing its Health Risks by Heliognosis

Many scientific reports have indicated that the health risks associated with electromagnetic radiation are much higher than initially understood. Governments have responded by lowering the allowed exposure limit for humans from electromagnetic radiation. […]

Primer Fields Source

The Primer Fields Series
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The Woes of Industrial Agriculture

Our relationship with the earth changed fundamentally when we began practicing agriculture some ten thousand years ago. The transition from nomadic to settler life allowed for the evolution of great civilizations, and the […]

Thought experiments on the nature of space, matter, light, and time by Justin Swanhart

This thought experiment is based on the variable speed of light, or VSL, and it gives a simple mechanism (particle spin) for that VSL.  It also uses spin to explain mass and mass […]

Worm Holes Rain down from the Sky in Norway

April 2015 – NORWAY – Meteorologists and biologists have been left baffled by earthworms raining from the sky over Southern Norway. According to Norwegian news service The Local, the most recent phenomenon was […]

Shape Memory And Iron Palladium Alloys

D.A.R.P.A logoIn a highly ambitious materials development study commissioned by The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), experiments conducted by materials scientists for the American military are successfully creating metals that can not […]

Planetary Harmonics & Neurobiological Resonances

Converting Audio Tones to the Visible Spectrum of Light – Color

Before getting into Planetary Harmonics and Bio-harmonic resonances, let us first explore the octave of visible light, that which the human eye sees, […]

The Benefits of Structured Water

We have had the pleasure to see, hear, and feel how structured water is changing lives and the world for the better. This is not just from our tests and validation. We have […]


In June 1983 the Swedish Concil for Coordination and Planning of Reserch, through their Committee for Future Oriented Research, arranged an interdisciplinary international conference at Lund University, devoted to the theme: “An inventory […]

The Heavy Water Mystery (Deuterium Oxide)

Over 99.9% of “People” on this planet are H2O based flesh bodies that are connected to an Artificial Intelligence Hive Mind. How am I justified in stating this? The fact of the matter […]

How Our Music was Infected by Duality by Gozaimasu Stone

Why would Francis Bacon burn important books on music and attack William Gilbert, a Neoplatonic? How come Bach is more popular than John Bull or tenth century Ismaili al-Farabi?  scoop by Amit Maharaj

On […]

The Amazing Hemp Battery By Marco Torres

As hemp makes a comeback in the U.S. after a decades-long ban on its cultivation, scientists are reporting that fibers from the plant can pack as much energy and power as graphene, long-touted […]

New Discoveries in Egypt by Kryder

Having a never ending curiosity and having wondered for many years, what would be the result if I had applied the secret template ciphers I know and use here in the USA to […]

Maps of the underwater cables powering the internet

A map of submarine cables.TeleGeography

Cables lying on the seafloor bring the internet to the world. They transmit 99 percent of international data, make transoceanic communication possible in an instant, and serve as a […]

Secrets of Infinity by Lisa Rising Berry

This research may not interest everyone. Some may read this and say, “So what”. That is ok with me. I don’t know if my findings will actually help anyone in their journey inward, […]

The Magnetic Art of Clay Taylor

Clay Taylor is a multidisciplinary polymath based out of Los Angeles, California. He works to constantly unify his seemingly disparate interests into a cohesive body of work.  He incorporates his studies of energy, […]

Goethe, Newton and the physics of colour by Pehr Sallstrom

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the well-known German author and poet was born in 1749 and died in 1832, which is the same as to say that he lived during a period of intense […]

A New Look at Lilith’s egg by Gozaimasu Stone

The egg with the tree in it is symbolic of Lilith’s egg shattering moldavite/maldavite crystals all over the joint when it crashed here into Arizona canyon 9000 years ago that brought the Maldek/Tiamut […]

The Tree of Life and correspondence to the human nervous system in the Bhagavad Gita by Rudolf Steiner

Rudolf Steiner expands upon the esoteric meaning of chapter 15 of the Bhagavad Gita:

“If we observe clearly we come to a place in the Gita which, if we have already been amazed at […]

Is a red rose still red at night? by Pehr Sallstrom

Would you say this beautiful red rose is still red at night?

Why shouldn’t it?

Because I don’t see it. There is no light.

How can you tell whether the rose is still red […]

119 Borderland Science Journals in 1 PDF

Here is some Learning material to get you started in the right direction:

119 Journals of Borderland Science in 1 PDF

Time does not Exist by Josh Richardson

Everything exists in the present moment and it’s a fundamental principle of the Universe that many of our scientists are still trying to grasp. Time does not actually exist and Quantum Theory proves […]

The Optical Universe by Chris Plouffe

There is really one law in the Universe and that is balance. All other things come from balance. The Universe doesn’t allow anything other than balance to be replicated. Balance is based on […]

Heliocentrism Is Dead– There Is No Stellar Parallax by Anthony Migchels

Copernicus was a Sun worshipper who had been studying Platonic mysticism, which claimed the Sun was the highest in the observable Universe. It was this that drove him in his quest for Heliocentrism, […]

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