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    by Published on 31st July 2009 09:08 PM

    More thoughts on understanding God/Source/Self hands

    The big problem with trying to understand God/Source is the natural sense of separation we have from God/Source.

    Most religions promote this sense, of being separate from God/Source.

    by Published on 24th July 2009 11:20 PM

    Amazing breakthroughs by Chinese scientists. Living mice are being created from stem cells derived from skin tissue mouse

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    by Published on 20th July 2009 04:52 AM

    More on psychic security, and on the nature of earthbound spirit types, x human and non human ghosts

    Psychic Security Part Two.

    This is a difficult subject to discuss...so many heartfelt belief systems.

    Again, I do not ask everyone to believe me. What I do ask is that you read this so it will be in memory. Print my posts on this out and fold them up ...
    by Published on 19th July 2009 11:10 PM

    My thoughts on the matter of psychic security in a nutshell, and why everyone needs to know this. ppsd tiny

    Psychic Security in a Nutshell

    Robert Bruce - 2009

    Following is a thumbnail sketch to clarify my approach to psychic security and self-defense. This is based on experience and common sense. I did not get involved in this subject just for the fun of it. Originally it was a matter of survival on my part. Then it extended to helping others that were led to ...
    by Published on 14th July 2009 05:18 AM

    Interesting book review with a fresh look at our evolutionary past. Contributed by my friend and editor, Frank DeMarco of www.hologrambooks.com ape cook

    Why Are Humans Different From All Other Apes?

    It's The Cooking, Stupid


    New York Times

    May 26, 2009


    How Cooking Made Us Human

    By Richard Wrangham

    309 pages. Basic Books. $26.95

    Human beings are not obviously equipped to be nature's

    gladiators. We have no claws, no armor. That we eat meat

    seems surprising, because we are not made for chewing it

    uncooked in the wild. Our jaws are weak; our teeth are

    blunt; our mouths are small. That thing below our noses?

    It truly is a pie hole.

    To attend to these facts, for some people, is to plead

    for vegetarianism or for a raw-food diet. We should

    forage and eat the way our long-ago ancestors surely

    did. For Richard Wrangham, a professor of biological

    anthropology at Harvard and the author of "Catching

    Fire," however, these facts and others demonstrate

    something quite different. They help prove that we are,

    as he vividly puts it, "the cooking apes, the creatures

    of the flame."

    The title of Mr. Wrangham's new book - "Catching Fire:

    How Cooking Made Us Human" - sounds a bit touchy-feely.

    Perhaps, you think, he has written a meditation on

    hearth and fellow feeling and s'mores. He has not.

    "Catching Fire" is a plain-spoken and thoroughly

    gripping scientific essay that presents nothing less

    than a new theory of human evolution, one he calls "the

    cooking hypothesis," one that Darwin (among others)

    simply missed.

    Apes began to morph into humans, and the species Homo

    erectus emerged some two million years ago, Mr. Wrangham

    argues, for one fundamental reason: We learned to tame

    fire and heat our food.

    "Cooked food does many familiar things," he observes.

    "It makes our food safer, creates rich and delicious

    tastes and reduces spoilage. Heating can allow us to

    open, cut or mash tough foods. But none of these

    advantages is as important as a little-appreciated

    aspect: cooking increases the amount of energy our

    bodies obtain from food."

    He continues: "The extra energy gave the first cooks

    biological advantages. They survived and reproduced

    better than before. Their genes spread. Their bodies

    responded by biologically adapting to cooked food,

    shaped by natural selection to take maximum advantage of

    the new diet. There were changes in anatomy, physiology,

    ecology, life history, psychology and society." Put

    simply, Mr. Wrangham writes that eating cooked food -

    whether meat or plants or both -made digestion easier,

    and thus our guts could grow smaller. The energy that we

    formerly spent on digestion (and digestion requires far

    more energy than you might imagine) was freed up,

    enabling our brains, which also consume enormous amounts

    of energy, to grow larger. The warmth provided by fire

    enabled us to shed our body hair, so we could run

    farther and hunt more without overheating. Because we

    stopped eating on the spot as we foraged and instead

    gathered around a fire, we had to learn to socialize,

    and our temperaments grew calmer.

    There were other benefits for humanity's ancestors. He

    writes: "The protection fire provided at night enabled

    them to sleep on the ground and lose their climbing

    ability, and females likely began cooking for males,

    whose time was increasingly free to search for more meat

    and honey. While other habilines" - tool-using prehumans

    - "elsewhere in Africa continued for several hundred

    thousand years to eat their food raw, one lucky group

    became Homo erectus - and humanity began."

    You read all this and think: Is it really possible that

    this is an original bit of news? Mr. Wrangham seems as

    surprised as we are. "What is extraordinary about this

    simple claim," he writes, "is that it is new."

    Mr. Wrangham arrives at his theory by first walking us

    through the work of other anthropologists and

    naturalists, including Claude Levi-Strauss and Darwin,

    who did not pay much attention to cooking, assuming that

    humans could have done pretty well without it.

    He then delivers a thorough, delightfully brutal

    takedown of the raw-food movement and its pieties. He

    cites studies showing that a strict raw-foods diet

    cannot guarantee an adequate energy supply, and notes

    that, in one survey, 50 percent of the women on such a

    diet stopped menstruating. There is no way our human

    ancestors survived, much less reproduced, on it. He

    seems pleased to be able to report that raw diets make

    you urinate too often, and cause back and hip problems.

    Even castaways, he writes, have needed to cook their

    food to survive: "I have not been able to find any

    reports of people living long term on raw wild food."

    Thor Heyerdahl, traveling by primitive raft across the

    Pacific, took along a small stove and a cook. Alexander

    Selkirk, the model for Robinson Crusoe, built fires and

    cooked on them.

    Mr. Wrangham also dismisses, for complicated social and

    economic reasons, the popular Man-the-Hunter hypothesis

    about evolution, which posits that meat-eating alone was

    responsible. Meat eating "has had less impact on our

    bodies than cooked food," he writes. "Even vegetarians

    thrive on cooked diets. We are cooks more than


    Among the most provocative passages in "Catching Fire"

    are those that probe the evolution of gender roles.

    Cooking made women more vulnerable, Mr. Wrangham

    ruefully observes, to male authority.

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    by Published on 12th July 2009 09:09 PM

    Religulous: a serious comedic video on organized religion, asking the hard questions. religion

    The thinking in this video is refreshing. The words "build your faith on your own personal experience" says it all.

    by Published on 12th July 2009 04:27 PM

    UFO video clip. The person who gave this to me said it was taken with a cell phone, in Saudi on July 1st, at a place called Yonbu, near Jedda. You be the judge. However, information sent to us after posting this video shows it to be a clever computer generated fake. But the clip is still worth watching.
    by Published on 11th July 2009 12:46 AM

    I did not believe this myself until I saw it. Amazing. Machines that can copy and then create tools and machine parts. From Popular Science.*machine

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    by Published on 9th July 2009 09:10 PM

    A large collection of eBooks on occult, magical, spiritual and philosophical matters, free to download as pdf files books

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    by Published on 27th June 2009 05:20 AM

    Some of my thoughts on the nature of consciousness


    If you look at all that you are, and look deeply, you will find that you are an absolutely amazing composite structure of consciousness with many layers and levels. The chakra system alone is stunning in its sophistication.

    A person is a hierarchical being comprising various aspects, a composite if you like. The conscious ...
    by Published on 26th June 2009 02:42 AM

    Fascinating reading on UFO history and current activities. Worth readingufo1

    Fliers Files #26 - 2009

    by Published on 26th June 2009 02:30 AM

    Fascinating article on how birds navitate - reverse engineering the quantum compass of birds birds1

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    by Published on 25th June 2009 02:47 AM

    Seagulls off the coast of Argentinia are attacking and feeding off living whales deadly gulls

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    by Published on 25th June 2009 02:40 AM

    The next hundred years of spaceflight is taking shape space1

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  • Introducing Robert Bruce

    Robert Bruce is an internationally respected author, mystic, and speaker.For over 30 years, Robert has explored the mechanics, energetics and dynamics of paranormal and spiritual phenomena (how things work); especially Out-of-Body Experience, the human energy body, healing and self-healing, spiritual development, psychic self-defence and higher-self communications.
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    How about exploration type of thing, then? Isn't it always not-knowing which motivates you to have an adventure of discovery?

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    Yang: To create, create yourself for yourself.
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    I have done knowing and not knowing. I am creative.

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