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The Spiral Ladder Has Moved

The Spiral Ladder was created as part of the larger Psyclone project, a platform from which information on subjects outside the recognised boundaries of sociopolitical discourse, subjects that have been described as ‘esoteric’ or ‘New Age’, ‘fluffy’ as different from a sociopolitical ‘spiky’, could be presented. From experience it seemed that people who were interested in one were usually disinterested in the other. As I saw value and necessity in both, I decided to present both types of data independently, and did so through this and the Centre of the Psyclone blog. Another part of the project, The Centre of the Psyclone website, followed that form and was roughly divided into two sections, Problems and Solutions.

A growing personal distraction with sociopolitics meant that this blog slowly slipped into the crawler lane and eventually to a standstill. It’s been gratifying to see that despite no new content being posted up for a while, the data here has still been accessed and shared. But so it should, as the material presented here is the kind of information that will always be useful.

Now though, the project has entered a new phase, partly due to my own reorientation. Those of you who’ve read Psyclone will have seen the kind of integration that is now taking place in the space around it. In psychoanalysis, integration is recognised as ‘the process by which a well-balanced psyche becomes whole as the developing ego organizes the id, and the state that results or that treatment seeks to create or restore by countering the fragmenting effect of defense mechanisms’. I think that accurately describes what’s going on, and in fact perfectly describes what I wanted to facilitate in the collective psyche when I set out on the four year journey that researching, writing and producing Psyclone became.

The reorientation is in two parts. Firstly, I didn’t spend four years straining my eyes and carpals for nothing, and have produced a unique information resource and, I’m told, a very readable novel (as it happens, I think it is too). I’ve overcome my reticence and will from this point on be blowing that particular trumpet and directly promoting Psyclone, rather than indirectly through presenting related information through separate online outlets. Secondly, going back to that psychoanalytic definition of integration, separation and fragmentation, within or without, are states with no future. So in keeping with my original intentions for Psyclone, real-time information will now be presented from a single platform, The Centre of the Psyclone, which is also the new home of the Centre of the Psyclone blog. Over the coming months material from here will be reposted there along with much more.

I’d be glad if you’d join me there. Bring your friends.

Peace.

Shyam Mael

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Psyclone

So what is Psyclone about? 

front coverPsyclone is a novel with a difference. Its function is to connect people with information that is being kept from them. It achieves this not only through the novel itself, which is packed with little-known, suppressed, and censored information, but also through an 85-page appendix that provides the reader with all the research and data sources used by the author. A dedicated website serves as an additional appendix and hosts streaming video content from a variety of radical and contemporary filmmakers and journalists.

The information in Psyclone can be grouped into Problems and Solutions. There are various groups and individuals out there who are doing an excellent job of raising awareness about the various problems we face. Knowing how things got to the state they’re in, the players in the game and their strategies is essential. Psyclone doesn’t stop there and presents scientifically tried and tested technology and techniques, and leading-edge thinking that have the potential to stimulate a radical shift individually, socio-politically and globally, and ‘quantum-jump’ an evolutionary advancement throughout the human race.

The following is a list of some of the content keywords considered for inclusion in the novel’s metadata:

Psychological Operations/PsyOps, Revolution,General Strike,Conscience Campaign, Freedom Fighters,Conscious Evolution,Human Potential, Civil Disobedience, Lawful Rebellion, Life After Death, Mind Control, Out Of Body Projection, Remote Viewing, Resistance, Suicide Bombing, Telepathy, Terrorism, Torture, War, Resistance, Cognitive Dissonance, Surveillance Self-Defence, War Profiteering, DU/Depleted Uranium, U.S. Drug Trafficking and Paedophile Prostitution, Vaccination Dangers, Mobile Phones, Celldar, Echelon, Martial Law, Grand Chessboard, London Bombings 7th July 2005, Urban Guerrilla, Global Financial Meltdown, Synthetic Telepathy, Mind Control, ID Cards, Internet Threats, Psychological Freedom, Civil Disobedience, Prozac, ADHD, Ritalin, Motionless Electromagnetic Generator, Microchips, Silver Colloid, Fluoridation, Education, Operation Paperclip, Milgram experiment, Zimbardo experiment, Shock Doctrine, Mammograms, Scalar Technology… 

As I said, a novel with a difference. Another difference is that since its release, as well as the hardcopy which has been available through most usual (and a few unusual!) channels, Psyclone has been made available by its independent publisher free in a variety of ebook formats. The reasoning behind that is the primary aim of the book, which is to connect people with important information, not making money.

2nd EditionThe new ebook-only edition has consolidated Psyclone’s function as a unique reference resource. The main difference between the 1st and 2nd editions is the presence of footnote reference numbering throughout the body text. The numbers are active hyperlinks which link to the relevant entry in the comprehensive appendix database. Each entry features a URL to an external datasource where readers can find additional and supporting data. The high level of interactivity that this enables is the essence of the Psyclone project. Psyclone is participatory. Being a spectator is no longer an option with a future. The future is in our hands.

The free download offer ends Friday.

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All formats are available through The Centre of the Psyclone

Thank You

Thanks to you all for your continued patience and interest. Normal service is slowly being resumed, so you can expect new material soon.
Peace

Stroke of Insight

A TED talk

Neuroanatomist Jill Bolte Taylor had an opportunity few brain scientists would wish for: One morning, she realised she was having a massive stroke. As it happened — as she felt her brain functions slip away one by one, speech, movement, understanding — she studied and remembered every moment. This is a powerful story about how our brains define us and connect us to the world and to one another.

The Politics of Daily life

Ask a few questions here and there, but do it casually.

by Lydia Eccles

 Think of your direct bodily experience of life.
No one can lie to you about that.

Do you hear insect sound of drones clickering keyboards
in a fluorescent hive of fabric-padded cubicles?
How many hours a day do you spend in front of a TV screen?
A computer screen? An automobile screen? All three screens
combined? Is software your supervisor?
And how many hours a day do you sleep?
How are you affected by sound?
How are you affected by light?
How are you affected by warmth and touch?
How are you affected by music?
Is a good record better than live music raw?
Is it simply sound you want? Or shared ritual magic?
How many of your rituals come at you through a glass, vicariously?
What are you being screened from?
Does it bother you if the windows don’t open,
and even your air is “conditioned”?
How about your degree and variety of body movement?
How do you feel in situations of enforced passivity?
How are you affected by a non-stop assault of symbolic
communication, audio, robotic voices video, print, billboard,
as you stumble through the forest of signs?
What are they urging upon you?
Do you need contemplation? Do you remember it?
Thinking from inside, rather than reacting to stimuli?
Is it hard to look away?
Is looking in the very thing that cannot be permitted?
How are you affected by being in crowds?
How much bodily space do you need?
Do you find yourself blocking
your empathetic responses to other humans?
Do you find yourself committing acts of symbolic violence?
How are you affected by the size of the room you’re in?
By living in two and three dimensional grids?
And by the visual space?
Do you need to see the sky? Water?
Foliage? Animals? Glinting, glimmering, moving?
(Is that why you have a pet, an aquarium, and fernplants?)
Or is video your glinting, glimmering, moving?
Who prepares your meals? Do you eat standing up?
Do you trust what you’re eating?
How are you affected by standardized time,
designed solely to synchronize your movements with those of
millions of others? How long do you ever go without knowing
what time it is? Who or what controls your minutes and hours?
The minutes and hours that add up to your life?
How are you affected by being moved around
without control, in elevators, subways, escalators, conveyor belts?
How are you affected by waiting?
Waiting in line, waiting in traffic, waiting to pee, waiting…learning
to discipline and punish your spontaneous urges?
How are you affected by being immobilized and scheduled
rather than wandering and roaming freely and spontaneously?
Scavenging? (Shoplifting?)
Can you use your hands creatively,
building making touching a variety of materials?
How are you affected by holding in your desires?
By sexual repression, by the delay or denial of pleasure,
starting in childhood, along with suppression of everything in you that
evidences your wild nature, your animal life?
Is pleasure dangerous? Is danger joy?
What are we deprived of by labor-saving devices?
And thought-saving devices?
How are you affected by the efficiency requirement that puts the
end product ahead of the process, that values only the future
and never the moment, the present moment that gets shorter
and shorter, as we try to speed to the future endpoint?
Are you saving time?
Are you lonely in a way that language can’t allay
or even express?
Do you sometimes feel yourself ready to
LOSE CONTROL?

CrimethInc

A Second Manifesto For Psychic Liberation

From The Intuition Network

A Second Manifesto For Psychic Liberation – Extra-Sensory Perception, Science and Education

See also A Manifesto For Psychic Liberation

Empirical Evidence Supports the Existence of Extra-Sensory Perception

By every normal, scientific standard, the case for the existence of a scientific anomaly called extra-sensory perception (ESP) – i.e., telepathy, clairvoyance and precognition; or, conversely, synchronicity – has been established.  This simple fact was  acknowledged 100 years ago in the annals of the Smithsonian Institute – based upon the careful case studies collected by psychical researchers in the nineteenth century.  Since then, this basic finding has been reaffirmed in hundreds of properly designed and conducted scientific experiments.  Meta-analyses of these experiments have further confirmed the basic finding – and replications are reported at regular scientific meetings.

This simple scientific finding has been subjected to more scrutiny and replication than almost any other finding concerning human mental capability.  It has enormous implications for our philosophical understanding of mind, space and time.  It is of interest to almost all people seeking knowledge of their own human potential.  It is relevant to many other sciences and human disciplines.

Knowledge of Extra-Sensory Perception Research has been Systematically Suppressed

It is a simple fact that – in spite of enormous popular interest – no accredited colleges or universities in the United States, and very few elsewhere in the world, offer degree programs in “parapsychology” – the scientific study of extra-sensory perception.  College courses on the subject are almost non-existent.  And, extra-sensory perception research is almost entirely excluded from discussion within college courses in psychology, physics or philosophy.  It is very rare for anyone receiving a college education to be exposed to the literature of extra-sensory perception research.

Pressure to Suppress ESP Research Comes Primarily from “Rationalists”

There are, undoubtedly, many motivations for those who ridicule, debunk and endeavor to suppress the research findings in extra-sensory perception.  However, as a broad generalization, it would be fair to say that this pressure comes from approximately 25% of the population who believe that, in spite of the purported evidence, ESP cannot exist because it appears to be inconsistent with the “rational” picture of the universe that has been developed by modern science over the past four-hundred years.

To these people, acceptance of the scientific evidence in support of ESP would throw open the doors to numerous, irrational superstitions and dogmas against which the scientific establishment has been struggling for centuries.  Some go so far as to suggest that ESP cannot exist, because if it did, the entire scientific edifice – and our fundamental understanding of causality – would crumble.   For this reason, they believe it is safer to assume that there are errors (or fraud) in the ESP data rather than accept the existence of ESP.

This assumption concerning error or fraud is so implicit and so strong that researchers whose data suggests the existence of ESP are automatically stigmatized and marginalized.

The “Rationalist” Argument is Itself Unscientific

In 1633, Galileo was summoned to Rome and forced by the Inquisition to renounce his scientific finding that the earth moves around the sun because this observation was inconsistent with theological theories that had been carefully crafted by church scholars.  Within a few decades, the Royal Society in Britain established the fundamental, scientific principle that experiments and observations must take precedence over theories in determining the facts of nature and therefore of reality.

Those who insist on clinging to their theories, in the face of contradictory factual evidence, are clearly standing against the very methodological principles that are the backbone of science.  It is an enormous injustice to science that such suppression is carried out in the name of science.

An excellent analysis of the difference between authentic philosophical skepticism and the type of “rationalistic” denial of extra-sensory perception data that often masquerades as “skepticism”  can be found at http://www.skepticalinvestigations.org/home.htm.

The “Rationalist” Attack on ESP Research has Failed

Scholarly, “rationalist” critics such as Ray Hyman and the late Carl Sagan, by their own admission, have been unable to find actual – or even potential – flaws in significant bodies of ESP research.  Their strongest argument has simply been that, given enough time, they believed that it would be possible to detect such fatal flaws.  This argument, however, is simply a stalling tactic; and, furthermore, it is one that – in principle – could continue forever.  It is an unfalsifiable argument, and stands outside the domain of science.

The skeptics and debunkers have had 120 years to find fatal flaws in the vast body of empirical evidence for extra-sensory perception.  While the process has been a valuable one, the “rationalists” have failed to make their case.  Some frauds have been exposed.  Many experimental weaknesses have been uncovered and corrected.  However, the basic findings of telepathy, clairvoyance and precognition have withstood over a century of scrutiny and examination.  Those findings continue to be robust – under conditions of continually improving experimental controls.  For 120 years, all of the criticisms of the skeptics and debunkers have been answered in a systematic and scholarly fashion by researchers investigating ESP.  Every skeptical claim has been thoroughly and meticulously rebutted in an appropriate scientific manner.

Today, the skeptics and debunkers are simply repeating tired, old arguments – and acting as if a substantial body of scientific data simply does not exist.  However, it is simply no longer credible to continue to deny the data.  The “rationalist” attack against ESP research has failed miserably.  The time has come to acknowledge this simple fact.

Acceptance of ESP Does Not Mean the End of Rational Skepticism in Other Areas

Skeptics are concerned that acceptance of the research data on extra-sensory perception will open the floodgates to all sorts of irrational claims concerning the paranormal.  This is unlikely to be the case.  Very few paranormal claims have resulted in hundreds of well-controlled, scientific studies repeated over many decades – backed up by additional decades of case study research.

Acceptance of the scientific findings concerning extra-sensory perception does not automatically imply acceptance of claims concerning angels, astrology, auras, biblical prophecy, channeling, extraterrestrial visitors, homeopathy, mediumship, metal-bending, poltergeists, reincarnation, etc.  Rather, acceptance of the claims concerning extra-sensory perception is a straightforward endorsement of the scientific method itself and its usefulness as applied to other areas currently labelled as paranormal.

The Time Has Come to End Suppression of ESP Research Findings

  • Courses about research in extra-sensory perception should be routinely offered throughout our institutions of higher education.  Qualified instructors can be found through the Parapsychological Association, an organization affiliated with the American Association for the Advancement of Science – as well as other organizations associated with professional research and education in extra-sensory perception.  If sufficient numbers of qualified instructors are not available, distant learning approaches should be employed.
  • College and university libraries should all carry the standard research publications concerned with extra-sensory perception and related areas.  These include the Journal of Parapsychology, the Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, the Journal of Scientific Exploration, the Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, the International Journal of Parapsychology and the European Journal of Parapsychology.  Other standard texts that every library should carry include Advances in Parapsychological Research, edited by Stanley Krippner; the Proceedings of the Parapsychology Foundation; The Conscious Universe by Dean Radin; Research in Parapsychology (annual proceedings of the Parapsychological Association); and Parapsychology: The Controversial Science by Richard Broughton.
  • Whenever possible, colleges and universities should make provisions for graduate students who wish to conduct doctoral research projects in the area of extra-sensory perception.
  • In every instance where “rationalist” skeptics wish to suppress, refute or rebut claims related to research in extra-sensory perception – researchers and educators should be allowed the a fair opportunity to engage in proper scholarly debate.  In every case, skeptics must be held to the normal standards of scientific discourse – backing up their arguments with facts and not mere conjecture.  When skeptics fail to adhere to such normal procedures, their arguments must be disqualified.
  • This procedure should be applied to all documents produced by those in the “rationalist,” skeptical camp in opposition to the findings of extra-sensory perception.
  • Applications for funding of research projects in extra-sensory perception should be treated with the same normal regard appropriate for funding in other fields of science.
  • In no instance, should taxpayer money be used to support the “rationalist,” skeptical suppression of scientific research in extra-sensory perception.

Rules of the Road – Principles of Spiritual Activism

From the Satyana Institute

The following principles emerged from several years’ work with social change leaders in Satyana’s Leading with Spirit program. We offer these not as definitive truths, but rather as key learnings and guidelines that, taken together, comprise a useful framework for “spiritual activism.”

  1. Transformation of motivation from anger/fear/despair to compassion/love/purpose. This is a vital challenge for today’s social change movement. This is not to deny the noble emotion of appropriate anger or outrage in the face of social injustice. Rather, this entails a crucial shift from fighting against evil to working for love, and the long-term results are very different, even if the outer activities appear virtually identical. Action follows Being, as the Sufi saying goes. Thus “a positive future cannot emerge from the mind of anger and despair” (Dalai Lama).
  2. Non-attachment to outcome. This is difficult to put into practice, yet to the extent that we are attached to the results of our work, we rise and fall with our successes and failures—a sure path to burnout. Hold a clear intention, and let go of the outcome—recognizing that a larger wisdom is always operating. As Gandhi said, “the victory is in the doing,” not the results. Also, remain flexible in the face of changing circumstances: “Planning is invaluable, but plans are useless.”(Churchill)
  3. Integrity is your protection. If your work has integrity, this will tend to protect you from negative energy and circumstances. You can often sidestep negative energy from others by becoming “transparent” to it, allowing it to pass through you with no adverse effect upon you. This is a consciousness practice that might be called “psychic aikido.”
  4. Integrity in means and ends. Integrity in means cultivates integrity in the fruit of one’s work. A noble goal cannot be achieved utilizing ignoble means.
  5. Don’t demonize your adversaries. It makes them more defensive and less receptive to your views. People respond to arrogance with their own arrogance, creating rigid polarization. Be a perpetual learner, and constantly challenge your own views.
  6. You are unique. Find and fulfill your true calling. “It is better to tread your own path, however humbly, than that of another, however successfully.” (Bhagavad Gita)
  7. Love thy enemy. Or at least, have compassion for them. This is a vital challenge for our times. This does not mean indulging falsehood or corruption. It means moving from “us/them” thinking to “we” consciousness, from separation to cooperation, recognizing that we human beings are ultimately far more alike than we are different. This is challenging in situations with people whose views are radically opposed to yours. Be hard on the issues, soft on the people.
  8. Your work is for the world, not for you. In doing service work, you are working for others. The full harvest of your work may not take place in your lifetime, yet your efforts now are making possible a better life for future generations. Let your fulfillment come in gratitude for being called to do this work, and from doing it with as much compassion, authenticity, fortitude, and forgiveness as you can muster.
  9. Selfless service is a myth. In serving others, we serve our true selves. “It is in giving that we receive.” We are sustained by those we serve, just as we are blessed when we forgive others. As Gandhi says, the practice of satyagraha (“clinging to truth”) confers a “matchless and universal power” upon those who practice it. Service work is enlightened self-interest, because it cultivates an expanded sense of self that includes all others.
  10. Do not insulate yourself from the pain of the world. Shielding yourself from heartbreak prevents transformation. Let your heart break open, and learn to move in the world with a broken heart. As Gibran says, “Your pain is the medicine by which the physician within heals thyself.” When we open ourselves to the pain of the world, we become the medicine that heals the world. This is what Gandhi understood so deeply in his principles of ahimsa and satyagraha. A broken heart becomes an open heart, and genuine transformation begins.
  11. What you attend to, you become. Your essence is pliable, and ultimately you become that which you most deeply focus your attention upon. You reap what you sow, so choose your actions carefully. If you constantly engage in battles, you become embattled yourself. If you constantly give love, you become love itself.
  12. Rely on faith, and let go of having to figure it all out. There are larger ‘divine’ forces at work that we can trust completely without knowing their precise workings or agendas. Faith means trusting the unknown, and offering yourself as a vehicle for the intrinsic benevolence of the cosmos. “The first step to wisdom is silence. The second is listening.” If you genuinely ask inwardly and listen for guidance, and then follow it carefully—you are working in accord with these larger forces, and you become the instrument for their music.
  13. Love creates the form. Not the other way around. The heart crosses the abyss that the mind creates, and operates at depths unknown to the mind. Don’t get trapped by “pessimism concerning human nature that is not balanced by an optimism concerning divine nature, or you will overlook the cure of grace.” (Martin Luther King) Let your heart’s love infuse your work and you cannot fail, though your dreams may manifest in ways different from what you imagine.

The World Will Not End

 

From Evolutivity

 

“They say that the world will end in December 2012.   The Mayan elders are angry with this. The world will not end. It will be transformed.”says Carlos Barrios [Historian, anthropologist and investigator].

The Mayan Calendars comprehension of time, seasons, and cycles has proven itself to be vast and sophisticated. The Maya understand 17 different calendars, some of them charting time accurately over a span of more than ten million years. The calendar that has steadily drawn global attention since 1987 is called the Tzolk’in or Cholq’ij.

Devised ages ago and based on the cycle of the Pleiades, it is still held as sacred. With the indigenous calendars, native people have kept track of important turning points in history. For example, the day keepers who study the calendars identified an important day in the year One Reed, Ce Acatal, as it was called by the Mexicans. That was  the day when an important ancestor was prophesied to return, “coming like a butterfly.”
In the western calendar, the One Reed date correlates to Easter Sunday, April 21, 1519 the day that Hernando Cortez and his fleet of 11 Spanish galleons arrived from the East at what is today called Vera Cruz, Mexico.
When the Spanish ships came toward shore, native people were waiting and watching to see how it would go. The billowing sails of the ships did indeed remind the scouts of butterflies skimming the ocean surface.In this manner was a new era initiated, an era they had anticipated through their calendars. The Maya termed the new era the Nine Bolomtikus, or nine Hells of 52 years each. As the nine cycles unfolded, land and freedom were taken from the native people. Disease and disrespect dominated.
What began with the arrival of Cortez, lasted until August 16, 1987 – a date many people recall as Harmonic Convergence. Millions of people took advantage of that date to make ceremony in sacred sites, praying for a smooth transition to a new era, the World of the Fifth Sun.
From that 1987 date until now, Mr. Barrios says, we have been in a  time when the right arm of the materialistic world is disappearing,  slowly but inexorably. We are at the cusp of the era when peace begins, and people live in harmony with Mother Earth. We are no longer in the World of the Fourth Sun, but we are not yet in the World of the Fifth Sun.
As we pass through transition there is a colossal, global convergence of environmental destruction, social chaos, war, and ongoing Earth changes. All this, Mr. Barrios says, was foreseen via the simple, spiral mathematics of the Mayan calendars.
“It will change,” Mr. Barrios observes. “Everything will change.” He said Mayan Daykeepers view the Dec. 21, 2012 date as a rebirth, the start of the World of the Fifth Sun. It will be the start of a new era resulting from and signified by the solar meridian crossing the galactic equator, and the earth aligning itself with the center of the galaxy.
At sunrise on December 21, 2012 for the first time in 26,000 years the Sun rises to conjunct the intersection of the Milky Way and the plane of the ecliptic. This cosmic cross is considered to be an embodiment of the Sacred Tree, The Tree of Life, a tree remembered in all the world’s spiritual traditions. Some observers say this alignment with the heart of the galaxy in 2012 will open a channel for cosmic energy to flow through the earth, cleansing it and all that dwells upon it, raising all to a higher level of vibration.
This process has already begun, Mr. Barrios suggested. “Change is accelerating now, and it will continue to accelerate.”
If the people of the earth can get to this 2012 date in good shape, without having destroyed too much of the Earth, Mr. Barrios said, we will rise to a new, higher level. But to get there we must transform enormously powerful forces that seek to block the way.

“Humanity will continue,” he contends, “but in a different way.  Material structures will change. From this we will have the opportunity to be more human.”

We are living in the most important era of the Mayan calendars and prophecies. All the prophecies of the world, all the traditions, are converging now. There is no time for games. The spiritual ideal of this era is action. Many powerful souls have reincarnated in this era, with a lot of power. This is true on both sides, the light and the dark. High magic is at work on both sides.

Things will change, but it is up to the people how difficult or easy it is for the change to come about.

Just now the dark side is very strong, and very clear about what they want.  They have their vision and their priorities clearly held, and also their hierarchy.

They are working in many ways so that we will be unable to connect with the spiral Fifth World in 2012.

As Mr. Barrios sees it, the dark side works to block fusion through denial and materialism. It also works to destroy those who are working with the light to get the Earth to a higher level.  They like the energy of the old, declining Fourth World, the materialism.  They do not want it to change.  They do not want fusion. They want to stay at this level, and are afraid of the next level.

Mr. Barrios said the emerging era of the Fifth Sun will call attention to a much-overlooked element. Whereas the four traditional elements of earth, air, fire and water have dominated various epochs in the past, there will be a fifth element to reckon with in the time of the Fifth Sun: ether. The dictionary defines ether as the rarefied element of the Heavens. Ether is a medium. It permeates all space and transmits waves of energy in a wide range of frequencies, from cell phones to human auras. What is “ethereal” is related to the regions beyond earth: the heavens.

Either the element of the Fifth Sun is celestial and lacking in material substance, but is no less real than wood, stone or flesh.  ”Within the context of ether there can be a fusion of the polarities,” Mr. Barrios said. “No more darkness or light in the  people, but an uplifted fusion.

But right now the realm of darkness is not interested in this. They  are organized to block it. They seek to unbalance the Earth and its environment so we will be unready for the alignment in 2012. We need to work together for peace, and balance with the other side. We need  to take care of the Earth that feeds and shelters us.

We need to put our entire mind and heart into pursuing unity and fusion now, to confront the other side and preserve life.”  [Continue reading from Manataka >>>]

Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining

In keeping with the spirit of the Psyclone project, here then is some more information to protect you and yours, and release you from an unhealthy dependence on ‘them’.

From The Centre of the Psyclone

Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining

The following is an entry in the appendix of Psyclone:

Silver is a natural antibiotic and one of the oldest remedies in the world. It is non-toxic, non-addictive, free of ‘side effects’, and doesn’t damage the immune system. In its colloidal form (micro particles held in suspension by electrostatic charge in purified water) it kills over 600 organisms as compared to the 6 or 7 of conventional antibiotics. In addition to that, bacteria are unable to develop a resistance to it, unlike conventional antibiotics. As well as dealing with infection, silver helps human tissue regrow when used in burn therapy. It also stimulates bone-forming cells. Colloidal silver is not a controlled drug and is classified as a food supplement, and is therefore not part of Big Pharma’s monopoly. Indeed, it poses a threat to their lucrative trade. Unsurprisingly then it’s generally labelled a poison by mainstream medicine and demonised whenever possible, as are most other effective alternative medicines and therapies.

 

UK Colloidal Silver has one of the most balanced and informative colloidal silver sites on the Web (see their Research and FAQs sections) and produces one of the (in my opinion) best colloids on the market.

 

Those interested in making colloidal silver themselves will find a link to a relevant site in the appendix of Psyclone.