What started out as an interview about ancient Egypt and Johnâ??s amazing research quickly became an in-depth conversation between two Gurdjieffian followers and how the inner work was instrumental in understanding what he calls Magical Egypt.
Many have asked, "Are We Alone?" but I think it’s more to the point to ask, "Have We Ever Been Alone?" History tells us clearly that we have been influenced by beings who came down from the sky and eventually left as they came, by flying crafts.
There’s little doubt now that chemtrails are real so the next question is "why are they spraying?" My follow up question would be "who are spraying?" But this is the tip of the iceberg, pardon the pun, because the arctic ice is happening as we speak
Weighing in with the reality that we walk around in with the inner reality that’s trying to emerge from within. This is a reality check.
Albert Einstein once said, â??Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.â? A large part of learning from yesterday is to acknowledge the ideas and actions that we had wrong and stop repeating them. This allows us to be more present.
Chemtrails are one of the things that are being done under the radar of most people because who would think that "our" government would spray poison on us? However, after looking at their track record and the evidence I have little doubt.
I really believe that science will go a long way to resolve differences between religions. Still, there are a lot of fundamentalists in the world; they are the toughest to change.
We are the guardians of our society. What does that really mean and imply? In today’s world, it means much more than in any other era.
Rick Ray waited for months to ask his 10 questions to the Dalai Lama. The interesting thing about Rick Rayâ??s interview was the diplomacy involved with the Dalai Lamaâ??s answers, especially to over population and peaceful resistance.
So, what do The Wall Street Journal, National Academy of Sciences, the Science Journal, The Journal of Neuroscience, and the Dalai Lama have in common? The answer is an interest in how meditation affects the structure and evolution of our brains.