The Communist Revolution Was Caused By The Sun:
The Communist Revolution Was Caused By The Sun:
BIY™ - Believe it Yourself is a series of real-fictional belief-based computing kits to make and tinker with vernacular logics and superstitions:
Climate Change Is a Symptom. Consumer Culture Is a Symptom. The death of God (community & values) and it's replacement with Science & Technology (total materialism, reductionism & individualism) is the Disease.
Climate Change Is the Symptom. Consumer Culture Is the Disease: https://newrepublic.com/article/154147/climate-change-symptom-consumer-culture-disease
Lengthy essay by ecologist and philosopher David Abram titled "Magic and the Machine":
"PERHAPS IT IS EASIER to understand, now, why we’re so enthralled by our digital technologies, such that once we’re online and synapsed to the screen, it’s remarkably difficult to tear ourselves away. For all these technologies awaken something primordial in us, a biophilic proclivity layered deep in our genome, a penchant for animate interchange with bodies whose shapes are very different from our own. The renewal of that age-old animistic sense of a world all alive, awake, and aware brings an upwelling of wonder, or at least an anticipation of a wondrous possibility waiting just around the corner. And so we remain transfixed by these tools, searching in and through our digital engagements for an encounter they seem to promise yet never really provide: the consummate encounter with otherness, with radical alterity, with styles of sensibility and intelligence that thoroughly exceed the limits of our own sentience. Yet there’s the paradox: for the more we engage these remarkable tools, the less available we are for any actual contact outside the purely human estate. In truth, the more we participate with these astonishing technologies, the more we seal ourselves into an exclusively human cocoon, and the more our animal senses—themselves co-evolved with the winds, the waters, and the many-voiced terrain—are blunted, rendering us ever more blind, ever more deaf, ever more impervious to the more-than-human Earth."
British plumbing companies accused of witchcraft: http://earth-chronicles.com/science/british-plumbing-companies-accused-of-witchcraft.html
The journalists applied to various companies and found out that in 9 out of 11 water companies use the method of biolocation when searching for underground communications or water breakage areas from rotten pipelines.
Magnetic Landscape Architecture: http://www.bldgblog.com/2019/04/magnetic-landscape-architecture/
Ancient sculptors made magnetic figures from rocks struck by lightning: https://www.sciencenews.org/article/ancient-sculptures-guatemala-magnetic-rocks-struck-lightning
Recent Papers by Serge Kernbach et.al: http://cybertronica.de.com/
Replication experiment on distant influence on biological organisms conducted in 1986 - by Serge Kernbach: http://www.unconv-science.org/pdf/e2/kernbach2-en.pdf
Abstract: The paper describes a replication experiment on nonlocal impact on a biological organism – the plant dracaena – by technical means at a distance of about 3km. The initial experiment was conducted by the Akimov’s group in 1986 under the supervision of the KGB of the USSR and published in 2001. This work analyses a possible biological orientation of the initial experiment and some potential conclusions that were not mentioned in the open press of that time. The disturbance of biological rhythms by long-term nonlocal impact and possible neurological manifestations, as in the incidents in Moscow in 1991 and in Cuba in 2017, are discussed.
External Qi and Torsion Field (高鹏, Serge Kernbach, 外气与挠场), Somatic Science Conference (devoted to Xuesen Qian), China, 2018:
Abstract: The Somatic Science contains the Qigong, the Chinese traditional medicine and the Superfunction of human body. Qian Xuesen thinks the Qigong is a very important part, and the external Qi is a very important part in the science of Qigong. Through the research in recent decades in China and abroad, it can make sure the objective existance of external Qi and many applications are developped, for example Qigong Master can heal the patients remotely, microorganisms treatment by the external Qi of Qigong Master and so on. But what is the nature of external Qi? It causes many researchers to try to find the answer. In this work, authors compare some experiments made by external Qi and torsion field, and find that they are very similar in two properties: the non-local effect the “high-penetrating” effect. So authors consider preliminarily that the nature of the external Qi maybe the torsion field, and provide some experimental evidence.
Archaeologists discover bizarre ‘Jars of the Dead’ hidden in Laos:
Deutsches Ahnenerbe und die Wewelsburg:
Schwarze Magie im braunen Hemd Teil 1 Okkultismus und die Nazis:
Nazi International: The Nazis' Postwar Plan to Control the Worlds of Science, Finance, Space, and Conflict: https://www.amazon.com/Nazi-International-Postwar-Control-Conflict/dp/1931882932
Nazi International with Joseph Farrell
On The Way To Understanding The Time Phenomenon: The Constructions Of Time In Natural Science: https://books.google.de/books?id=bsbsCgAAQBAJ
The quiet stars of astronomer Nikolai Kozyrev:
Secrets of Time - Nikolai Kozyrev (2008) TV "Star":
Kozyrev Mirrors_Breakthrough into the Future - (english subtitles):
Kozyrev Mirrors fragment:
Prof. Dan Shechtman 2011 Nobel Prize Chemistry Interview with ATS
"ORIGINS is a movement that started on this computer (Santa Cruz, 408-475-7101). Origins began on the START-A-RELIGION conference, but we don't call it a religion. ORIGINS is partly a religion, partly like a westernized form of yoga society, partly a peace movement. It is a framework for improving your life and improving the world at the same time.
The movement centers on "practices" — actions you can use in everyday life to build effective human relationships, strength of community, and self-awareness. All the practices are based on action. None require any special equipment, settings, leaders, theories or social status. The human universals of the ordinary, everyday moment, and the personal relationship, form the basis for this training.
ORIGINS has no leaders, no official existence, nothing for sale. Because it started in an open computer conference, no one knows who all the creators are.
This movement has just begun. The brochure mentioned above recommends seven practices (Leverage a favor, Ask for help and get it, Use charisma, Finish a job, Use magic, Observe yourself, Share Grace), but these suggestions are only starters. The idea is to continually develop new training/action methods, as a community project, then discuss and share them through whatever communications media are available. This movement will never be finished, because it seeks a community of permanent innovation.
The hope is to build something which can make a better world. The first step is to make your own life better. For a more detailed overview of ORIGINS, get the brochure from the address above. To see how the movement developed, read the START-A-RELIGION message and its submessages.
"Weizenbaum's argument, in part, points out that the aspect of human nature that was externalized by the invention and evolution of computers was precisely the most machine-like aspect. The machines that embody this aspect can do some very impressive things that humans cannot do, and at present can do very little of the more sophisticated intellectual feats humans can accomplish. Even so, they are taking over the management of our civilization. Before we begin to give more decision-making responsibility over to the machines, Weizenbaum warns that it is a terrible mistake to believe that all human problems and all important aspects of human life are computable.
This "tyranny of instrumental reasoning" can lead to atrocities, Weizenbaum warns, and in the closing years of the twentieth century, it is not at all paranoid to have some healthy suspicions about what any shiny new technology that came from the Defense Department in the first place might do to our lives when they get around to mass producing it. And there is no dispute that war was the original motivation and has been the continuing source of support for the development of computer technology."
"Licklider believed that a human-computer symbiosis would be the means of steering our planet through the dangerous decades ahead. Others have used another biological metaphor for our future relationship with information processing technology — the concept of coevolution, an agreement between two different organisms to change together, to interact in such a way that improvements in the chances for survival for one species can lead to improvements in the chances for survival of the other species.
Perhaps yet another biological metaphor can help us foresee the transformation ahead. When a caterpillar transforms into a butterfly, it undergoes a biologically unique process. Ancient observers noticed the similarity between the changes undergone by a butterfly pupa and those of the human mind when it undergoes the kind of transformation associated with a radical new way of understanding the world — in fact the Greek word for both butterfly and soul is psyche.
After the caterpillar has wound itself with silk, extraordinary changes begin to happen within its body. Certain cells, known to biologists as imaginal cells, begin to behave very differently from their normal caterpillar cells. Soon, these unusual cells begin to affect cells in their immediate vicinity. The imaginal cells begin to grow into colonies throughout the body of the transforming pupa. Then, as the caterpillar cells begin to disintegrate, the new colonies link to form the structure of the butterfly's body.
At some point, an integrated supercolony of transformed cells that had once crawled along the ground emerges from the cocoon and flies off into the spring sky on multicolored wings. If there is a positive image of the future of human-computer relations, perhaps it is to be seen reflected in the shapes of the imaginal cells of the information culture — from eight-year-olds with fantasy amplifiers to knowledge engineers, from Ted Nelson to Murray Turoff, from Clyde Ghost Monster to Sourcevoid Dave, from ARPA to ORIGINS.
The flights of the infonauts are not the end of the journey begun by the patriarchs, but the beginning of the most dramatic software odyssey of them all. It is up to us to decide whether or not computers will be our masters, our servants, or our partners.
It is up to us to decide what human means, and exactly how it is different from machine, and what tasks ought and ought not to be trusted to either species of symbol-processing system. But some decisions must be made soon, while the technology is still young. And the deciding must be shared by as many citizens as possible, not just the experts. In that sense, the most important factor in whether we will all see the dawn of a humane, sustainable world in the twenty-first century will be how we deal with these machines a few of us thought up and a lot of us will be using."