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« Reply #75 on: April 13, 2013, 11:30:22 »

Dolores answers the questions of is there a Hell and what does she thinks of Evil at about the 130:00 minute mark.
 She seems to share the same concepts/views that Tom Campbell does, although she has found her information from past life regressions on other people.
 She is not a Seer and does not AP herself.
 All of her info comes from the thousands of people she has regressed over many years.
I wish she and Tom would have a talk together and compare their insights (such as TC did with Dean Radin or Bruce Lipton).

I'm just reading her Convoluted Universe series and now just some info on parallel realities and it seems to fit although another vocabulary is used.

Her clients however also seem to report on other (alternative, parallel) selves as more real and say that you can switch over sometimes into a parallel reality. For TC these just are probable realities in a database calculation and not actualised realities. But maybe the difference is not that great at all? I still like to believe that TC is more right on this. Nevertheless, the probabilities have their own reality somehow for sure. (Reminds me all of the many-worlds vs. many-probabilities-interpretation of quantum physics too).
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logoVisit the website of Astral Pulse creator Adrian Cooper.

Home of the best selling book Our Ultimate Reality.

Astral Projection, Metaphysics and many other subjects.

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« Reply #77 on: April 14, 2013, 00:24:25 »

Ya know, it might be interesting for any number of our members to appear on Coast to Coast; they generally seem to go for research-oriented types, and those who have accumulated enough experiences to form theoretical narritives... maybe David or the others here very theory-oriented would be an interesting choice... the Pulse has become a great community and repository, and probably does have alot to offer.
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« Reply #78 on: April 14, 2013, 02:40:29 »

It makes the most sense that the latest theories are all starting to sound similar. Now that people are dropping all their fears and beliefs and are willing to explore as far as they can, the truth is emerging. Now, that scientific minds are phasing, we seem to be getting some very good theories. They didn't spend anytime protecting themselves with white light or projecting PUL in order to feel safe about their explorations. Doing so would have left them vulnerable to a tainted view. I don't think it's ironic at all, however, that PUL is the dominate outcome after their unbiased journeys.

One could say that they are feeding off of each other but that's the same as calling them liars and where's the productivity in that?

Go ahead and try and limit yourself to the old beliefs of astral projecting and see if you don't think it now falls way short of the more recent theories. I'm not saying they had it all wrong, only that they injected personal limitations due to fear and mindset and were thus incapable of seeing so much more.

Keep in mind though, that I believe if we could go way back to our origins and find objective physical evidence, we would probably be surprised. We are not learning the truth, we are relearning it and we are still way short.
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« Reply #80 on: April 14, 2013, 04:54:36 »

Which civilizations in particular are you thinking of?

The Mayans come to mind as an example of a civilization ended by human error in farming; the Egyptians were ended by gradual environmental changes; the Romans were ended by overextension, although you could argue they were not overthrown, but rather they evolved into Christian Europe.

Which ones did you have in mind?
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« Reply #83 on: May 04, 2013, 23:42:50 »

Lol, no totally alright.

I have often wondered myself how long it would take a civilization's artifacts and signs of environmental impact to almost totally evaporate. I mean it has to be in the millions... more than 100 million even, because we are still finding artfacts of precambrian life that we assume to be billions of years old.

So how long would it take for all of our stuff to be gone? Our buildings and technology would be eroded to nothingness in about 30 million years I imagine, save for a few choice sites preserved by miracle of circumstance. Our fossilized skeletons would probably remain in small numbers almost forever, but I suppose if there was no reason to think we were a special species they might be overlooked.

I have sometimes supposed it may be possible that a certain race of beings may have come and gone that has reached our level of tech or beyond.. to me though, I would think it would be hundreds of millions of years in the past since we have seen no sign of them... I suppose they would have to be arthropods or something.
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« Reply #84 on: May 10, 2013, 15:57:11 »

Coast to coast on 5/9/2013 was on a.p. and o.b.e. s 
http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2013/05/09
When I see a link for the audio , I will post it . 
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« Reply #86 on: May 11, 2013, 03:31:00 »

I first heard Peterson on Dave Schrader's show and have liked him ever since.

The only thing that I don't completely agree with and this is just a matter of opinion but he thinks that lucid dreams and OOBE are completely different since he believes that we actually leave our bodies and I believe it is just a different state of consciousness.

In either case, it is important and neither belief lessens the value. One just makes more sense to me but then again, I believe in a lot that some would say makes me crazy.

We come from similar backgrounds and I liked him instantly. Thinks for the link to his book, I'll read it shortly.
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« Reply #87 on: July 30, 2013, 02:59:46 »

A super interesting video on Coast to Coast about OBE's Teleportation & Dimensional Travel with Bruce Goldberg,

Some very intriguing topics to do with layers in the astral and etheric realms, Healing techniques, parallel lives, Parallel universes, Reincarnation and more!

Would be good to get some chit-chat about this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9mtYp463sk
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« Reply #88 on: October 03, 2013, 12:59:34 »

My local radio station dropped C2C AM and now airs Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis. I am still extremely ticked off about the change but I am warming up to the show and the main host. I still have not heard enough to know how far this guy leans and in which direction but last night's show was how this reality is just a simulation that is manipulated by the people that are in the know.

The guest has the basic attitude that I do. We may be screwed but learning all we can and applying the knowledge we gain is our only hope. It may not be enough but what else can we do?

Another positive is that it starts two hours earlier.

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« Reply #90 on: October 08, 2013, 23:12:00 »

Howard bloom is an interesting guy, to the extreme. I have followed his ideas and media for a while.

On the one hand he is a major leader in the field of "New-Atheism", and mind-body materialism in general, so you would think that he was some sort of rabid Richard Dawkin's type with nothing but bile, and nothing interesting to say. Withstanding all of that, he is an incredible social commentarist. He has a mind that has great talent for looking at current events, and tying them together with historical precedents and filling in the relavent background information. More or less, he excells at making the news make sense and have perspective.

Here is his channel, where he posts regular news meta-commentary:

http://www.youtube.com/user/howbloom

His books... I think most people would pass on here, because the materialist ideology is quite different than what we practice, lol.
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« Reply #92 on: October 09, 2013, 04:52:21 »

Haha, yeah, he does that. I agree with his ideas maybe 70% of the time. He is a very strong proponent of capitalism, and I do not fully follow him there either though. I think he is someone who very much believes in "transhumanism", and he views the tech world as the way to achieving it.

Remember, when you are a materialist, you have to be pretty damn creative if you want more life, lol.

I do also tend to think that while he has a strong grasp that our 2-party politics here in the states are a sham, he gives the democrats too much credit sometimes. Both parties are a crying shame today.

For me though I do like to listen to his news analyses, because he gives very strong background from a perspective I don't get much outside of speakers such as he.
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« Reply #93 on: October 09, 2013, 21:35:17 »

Recently I've listened on YT to the "competition" and former CtoC host Art Bell, does anyone know this new show, too? It's called Dark Matter.

http://www.youtube.com/user/DMArchive

Rather the same as CtoC but relatively new on the market now.
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« Reply #94 on: October 10, 2013, 03:35:24 »

Thanks for the link. I recall hearing about Art Bell getting another show...

Listening now.
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« Reply #95 on: October 10, 2013, 05:53:45 »

I didn't really care much for his theories. But, I did enjoy his news clips. Especially the one about how many times a day people look at their I-Phones.

 I saw a article recently where they had a picture of Jerry Jones, is the owner of the Dallas Cowboys and has 2.3 billion dollars. He was talking in his private viewing box on a "Flip" cell phone. The comments to that article made me feel sorry for the general populace.
 I can definitely say one thing, all these companies did a fantastic job and still are today at brainwashing people into thinking that you can't survive without your cell phone/I-pad, I-phone, whatever fits your bill.

 It's sad to see people so involved in technology and less in Spirit.  sad

 Howard was telling everyone how good this is and how we need more of it.  rolleyes

I'm sure you already know this but Bruce Lipton and quite a few more people, think that technology is what is gonna help people to develop a hive mind ability. By using the internet and cell phones, billions of people around the world are communicating with people on the other side of the planet, meaning that we are crossing cultural barriers as well as geographical and logistical ones as well. They say that mankind has physically reached the apex of our evolution and anytime this occurs, the next step is to develop a hive consciousness.

So they see people who have their eyes glued to their phones texting and other internet addicts as a great sign that this is starting to happen already.

However, I see this type of hive consciousness as a bad thing since this should occur on a spiritual and metaphysical foundation. Otherwise, spirituality will go the way of the dodo birds, IMO.

I have seen (well I heard about it in any case) this already happening myself on a small scale. I have heard many talk show hosts ask their listeners to all take a time of of their day to pray about a certain event at the same time. According to their reports after, they usually announce some great successes.

It is not out of the realm of possibility in my book that a million people sending their thoughts and energy simultaneously in order to manipulate the outcomes of some tragedies could and has worked.
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« Reply #96 on: October 10, 2013, 10:52:32 »

It is not out of the realm of possibility in my book that a million people sending their thoughts and energy simultaneously in order to manipulate the outcomes of some tragedies could and has worked.
Maybe the averting of the US/NATO Nato attack on Iran last year and on Syria (worsening the situation much more there) recently could be a sign of it too. The public to some degree (at least the more 'awake' of it) were heavily against it, it even bled over into the "mainstream". Many people are fed up with these phony wars abroad based on false pretexts. Maybe this mass protest did something. Maybe I'm wrong, but I never give up hope that at last now something is really moving in the right direction.

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« Reply #98 on: November 22, 2013, 02:08:10 »

Graham goes a bit far for my tastes sometimes, but I agree with his general talking points. I think the evidence is very strong that at least a handful of civilizations probably between 20,000-50,000 years old that have not been recognized were clearly peppered about the earth. Cases in point- the massive pyramids under Bosnia, the South American sites such as Pumu Punku, and a few suggestions that the Africans which were believed to be the first humans actually came from an older Asian tribe that may have been civilized. I don't know how far these older civilizations got, and I don't expect those in particular to have industrialized for instance, but I think if you go back much further, say millions of years, an industrial civilization may just possibly have predated us.
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