They are much closer to home... Aliens and Satan are free on Friday, 10/27. Often the answers aren't as 'far-out' as we think. Below is a taste of what lies in Aliens: Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid.
Jedi Mind Tricks Humans who claim to have had firsthand contact with aliens describe a form of communication that is non-verbal, and often described as telepathic.
A deep connection seems to take place after eye-contact has been established.
Sergeant Clifford Stone, who claims to be retired from the US military after serving on ‘alien’ crash retrieval teams, describes the strong neural engagement he experienced with the ‘aliens’:
“When they would talk directly to you, it’d be like you’d be hearing it; not only in your head but in your ears also; but nobody else could hear it... You could feel the emotions they were feeling.”
The concept of telepathic communication seems foreign, but the subject has been broached in the field of mainstream quantum physics.
Quantum entanglement, or what Albert Einstein referred to as “spooky action at a distance,” posits that telepathic communication is not as far-out as most people think. As reported on livescience.com:
“The theory of quantum mechanics predicts that two or more particles can become "entangled" so that even after they are separated in space, when an action is performed on one particle, the other particle responds immediately. Scientists still don't know how the particles send these instantaneous messages to each other, but somehow, once they are entwined, they retain a fundamental connection.”
Did Sammy Hagar, former lead singer of the rock band Van Halen, experience quantum entanglement with ‘alien’ beings? Hagar claims that aliens tapped into his brain while he was sleeping and essentially downloaded his thoughts. In his memoir, ‘Red: My Uncensored Life in Rock,’ Hagar describes his experience:
“I saw a ship and two creatures inside of this ship. I couldn’t see their faces… They were connected to me, tapped into my mind through some kind of mysterious wireless connection.”
Is it possible that telepathy isn’t as alien as we think?
Another common theme among abductions is the insertion of implants. Abductees often report lying on a table and having microchips inserted in various parts of their bodies; often up through their naval cavity and into their brain.
Retired podiatric surgeon Roger Leir was initially a skeptic of the phenomenon, but after performing roughly a dozen implant-extraction surgeries, became a believer.
After performing surgeries to remove these objects, Dr. Leir cannot offer a logical explanation for their existence:
“The findings of these implant surgeries are highly unusual. In all these cases, there was virtually no inflammatory response.”
Years after the implant removal, all of those willing to speak about it claim to have had the implants inserted during an ‘alien’ abduction event.
In current news, DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for the US Department of Defense) is developing a chip that would connect the brain to computers:
“A new DARPA program aims to develop an implantable neural interface able to provide unprecedented signal resolution and data-transfer bandwidth between the human brain and the digital world. The interface would serve as a translator, converting between the electrochemical language used by neurons in the brain and the ones and zeros that constitute the language of information technology. The goal is to achieve this communications link in a biocompatible device no larger than one cubic centimeter in size, roughly the volume of two nickels stacked back to back.”
It is worth noting that DARPA essentially founded the internet, and most technology as we know it (from darpa.mil):
“The agency developed and furthered much of the conceptual basis for the ARPANET—prototypical communications network launched nearly half a century ago—and invented the digital protocols that gave birth to the Internet. DARPA also provided many of the essential advances that made possible today’s computers and communications systems, including seminal technological achievements that support the speech recognition, touch-screen displays, accelerometers, and wireless capabilities at the core of today’s smartphones and tablets. DARPA has also long been a leader in the development of artificial intelligence, machine intelligence and semi-autonomous systems. DARPA’s efforts in this domain have focused primarily on military operations, including command and control, but the commercial sector has adopted and expanded upon many of the agency’s results to develop wide-spread applications in fields as diverse as manufacturing, entertainment and education.”
Steve Colbern, chemist and material scientist who studied the ‘alien’ implants removed by Dr. Leir, describes his conclusions (at the 18:00 mark):
“One thing we found out is that the devices are definitely nano-technological devices. They’re not simply metallic objects which somehow got into the body. They contain carbon nanotube technologies… and they give off radio signals.”
Is the universe electric in nature? Are we living in the dark ages when it comes to understanding our surroundings?
You make the call. Satan: Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid, is free for download 10/14. Check it out and make your own decision. Sample:
“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” – Nikola Tesla
The Electric Universe Theory, which essentially defines the universe as an electrical galactic circuit (think ‘The Matrix’; more on that to come…), provides explanations for many of the ‘unknown’ factors within accepted mainstream and academic circles.
Dark energy and dark matter are mysterious to mainstream academia, yet make-up over ninety-five percent of the known universe.
Most people accept the premise that science provides all the answers, but even physicists acknowledge that they don’t have the answers to the most fundamental questions.
James Bullock, Professor of physics and astronomy at the University of California, Irvine, thinks that dark matter might have a much greater importance than generally accepted.
In an interview posted on Wired.com, Bullock acknowledges that the scientific community knows next to nothing about dark matter (which makes up the majority of the universe):
“We are confident that it’s there, that it has mass, and that it tugs on itself and on other things via gravity. That’s about it. While dark matter has a gravitational tug, it doesn’t interact with normal matter—the stuff that makes up you and me—in a very intense way. It doesn’t shine. It’s invisible. It’s transparent. It doesn’t glow when it gets hot. Unfortunately, those are the ways astronomers usually study the universe; we usually follow the light.”
Quantum physics approaching the same problem from a different angle, and is also rewriting much of fundamental nature of being, namely that the world is much more interconnected and less understood than universally accepted.
In quantum physics, multiple dimensions and infinite versions of reality are studied as likely scenarios; not bizarre conspiracy theories relegated to the fringe.
If science isn’t able to answers to fundamental questions surrounding the nature of the universe, why do we believe that science offers definitive answers to every aspect of the past?
The Electric Universe Theory, while ignored and ‘debunked’ by mainstream academia, provides answers to many of the unanswered questions.
The Electric Universe Theory posits that dark matter is electrically charged plasma – essentially a charged current running everywhere and through everything.
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