Friday, February 28, 2014

Angry Panther Who Talked To A Human




This is very important.  Just recently I discovered through a friend that he had successfully communicated forehead to forehead with an elephant.  Now we get proof positive that a leopard is able to both communicate needs and query the agent regards others while showing genuine concern.


This fleshes out a completely new dispensation regarding humanity and the larger sentients on this planet.  It informs us that we can expect to provide guidance and expect that guidance to be understood and heeded.


Thus we can plan biome management completely around both large sentient predators and large herbivores as well.  Fences may no longer be necessary as anything other than demarcation as needed.





The Soul Touching Story Of An Angry Panther Who Talked To A Human



It’s true that animals always try communicating with humans but we are often not listening. This journey of a panther who was abused in the past is so inspiring and touching at the same time. The soul energy exists in all humans and animals, and when aligned on the same level is where the magic happens.

This animal whisperer proves to us that she can talk to animals and understand their needs and wants, including finding out about their past very accurately. It’s completely mind blowing that what the panther told the animal whisperer has been confirmed as true by everyone who knows about the panther’s past.

If this incredible story touched your soul, please do share this post to inspire everyone around you.


Near-Death Experiences Have Been Recorded Throughout History with Kevin Williams




Certainly spiritual experiences have been well reported in older texts, but the actual model NDE not nearly so.  In fact it was not part of our collective experience until fairly recently when a few brave souls came forward to tell us.  Now it appears that this is common to a significant fraction of those closely encountering death.

Part of the reason may well be that we are now successfully arresting the death spiral way more often than any time in the recent past.  Thus we are only now able to sample convincingly.

However rare such reports were in the past, this work makes clear that it informed the formation of religiosity.  After all they are seriously compelling.

Near-Death Experiences Have Been Recorded Throughout History



Reports of near-death experiences are not a new phenomenon. A great number of them have been recorded over a period of thousands of years. The ancient religious texts such as The Tibetan Book of the Dead, the Bible, and Koran describe experiences of life after death which remarkably resembles modern NDEs. The oldest surviving explicit report of a NDE in Western literature comes from the famed Greek philosopher, Plato, who describes an event in his tenth book of his legendary book entitled Republic. Plato discusses the story of Er, a soldier who awoke on his funeral pyre and described his journey into the afterlife. But this story is not just a random anecdote for Plato. He integrated at least three elements of the NDE into his philosophy: the departure of the soul from the cave of shadows to see the light of truth, the flight of the soul to a vision of pure celestial being and its subsequent recollection of the vision of light, which is the very purpose of philosophy.

In Plato's Republic, he concludes his discussion of immortal soul and ultimate justice with the story of Er. Traditional Greek culture had no strong faith in ultimate justice, as monotheistic faiths do. Ancestral spirits lingered in the dark, miserable underworld, Hades, regardless of their behavior in this life, with no reward or punishment, as Odysseus learned in his Odyssey. But Plato, perhaps importing some Orphic, Egyptian or Zoroastrian themes, drew on the idea of an otherworldly reward or punishment to motivate virtuous behavior in this life. The first point of Er's story is to report on this cosmic justice; it is:

"..the tale of a warrior bold, Er, the son of Armenious, by race a Pamphylian. He once upon a time was slain in battle, and when the corpses were taken up on the tenth day already decayed, he was found intact, and having been brought home, at the moment of his funeral, on the twelfth day as he lay upon the pyre, revived, and after coming to life related what, he said, he had seen in the world beyond. He said that when his soul went forth from his body he journeyed with a great company and that they came to a mysterious region where there were two openings side by side in the Earth, and above and over against them in the heaven two others, and that judges were sitting between these, and that after every judgment they bade the righteous journey to the right and upward through the heaven with tokens attached to them in front of the judgment passed upon them, and the unjust to take the road to the left and downward, they too wearing behind signs of all that had befallen them, and that when he himself drew near they told him that he must be the messenger to humanity to tell them of that other world, and they charged him to give ear and to observe everything in the place." (Rep. X,614 b,c,d)

From the other tunnels came souls preparing for reincarnation on Earth. From above came souls happily reporting "delights and visions of a beauty beyond words." From below came souls lamenting and wailing over a thousand years of dreadful sufferings, where people were repaid manifold for any earthly suffering they had caused. Journeying on, the newcomers saw:

"..extended from above throughout the heaven and the Earth, a straight light like a pillar, most nearly resembling the rainbow, but brighter and purer ... and they saw there at the middle of the light the extremities of its fastenings stretched from heaven, for this light was the girdle of the heavens like the undergirders of triremes, holding together in like manner the entire revolving vault." (Rep. X, 616 b,c)
The cosmic axis is a rainbow light holding together the eight spheres revolving around the Earth, each guided by its Fate, a daughter of Necessity. One of these Fates casts before the crowd to be reincarnated a number of earthly destinies from which they may choose to be, for example, a tyrant, an animal, an artist, or, as Odysseus carefully chose, an ordinary citizen who minds his own business. Then, just before returning to Earth as a shooting star, each soul is required to drink from the River of Forgetfulness, so that all these cosmic events will fade from memory. Only Er was not allowed to drink and forget.

Thus Plato's cosmology is framed in the story of a NDE, although it obviously has been elaborated beyond an individual account into a collective cosmology. This amazing vision of the universal light, immortal soul, reward and punishment, reincarnation and even tunnels, is echoed 2500 years later in our contemporary NDE reports.

Plato's allegory of the cave in the Republic similarly reflects the centrality of the cosmic light of wisdom. Chained inside a cave, looking at a wall dancing with shadowy figures, residents take there figments to be reality:

 "Such prisoners would deem reality to be nothing else than the shadows of the artificial objects."
But then one prisoner is freed and, climbing out of the cave with dazzled eyes, discovers the blazing sun and the true world that it floods with light.
"When one was freed from his fetters and compelled to stand up suddenly and turn his head around and walk and to lift up his eyes to the light, and in doing all this felt pain and, because of the dazzle and glitter of the light, was unable to discern the objects whose shadows he formerly saw, what do you suppose would be his answer if someone told him that what he had seen before was all a cheat and an illusion, but that now, being nearer to reality and turned toward more real things, he saw more truly?" (Rep. VII,515 c,d)
Plato uses the image to convey the soul's philosophical awakening to the realm of archetypal forms. Several parallels with NDE reports stand out. The shock of the discovery through the light, reversing all previous convictions, echoes loudly the experiencers' radical shift in consciousness. When the wanderer returns to the cave and attempts to awaken his mates to the true light, he provokes laughter and even death threats:

 "And if it were possible to lay hands on and to kill the man who tried to release them and lead them up, would they not kill him?" (Rep. VII, 517a)

This reference to Socrates' death reflects the pain of misunderstanding and rejection felt by survivors of a NDE, and the subsequent difficulty adjusting to the ordinary world of shadows. The returning bearer of visionary discoveries is despised for upsetting the cave's established order.

The flight of the immortal soul toward an incredible vision of pure celestial being, Plato describes in the Phaedrus. Drawn out by love and beauty, the soul is carried as on a chariot pulled by two eager steeds, upward to join a magnificent circular parade of souls (the Milky Way), each following the Greek god it most favors (Ares for warriors, Zeus for wise leaders, Hera for royalty, etc.) All parade around the cosmic cycle, straining for a view of pure being in the center. Those who see more of it are reincarnated with more memory of the universal forms of pure truth, justice, beauty, temperance and love:
"..every human soul has, by reason of her nature, had contemplation of true being; else would she never have entered into this human creature ... Some, when they had the vision, had it but for a moment ... Few indeed are left that can still remember much." (Phaedrus, 249e-250a)

Like an initiation into a mystery religion, our eternal souls are enlightened by:
"...the spectacles on which we gaze in the moment of final revelation; pure was the light that shone around us, and pure were we." (Phadrus, 250c)



The purpose of philosophy for Plato is to remember that primal vision of pure, powerful Light. The very purpose of life is to remember that journey between lives, that pilgrimage between death and birth, to uncover that transcendent vision of Light revealed in NDE reports.



"To fear death is nothing other than to think oneself wise when one is not. For it is to think one knows what one does not know. No one knows whether death may not even turn out to be one of the greatest blessings of human beings. And yet people fear it as if they knew for certain it is the greatest evil."Socrates

Brucea Javanica



This particular plant happens to be selectively toxic to several cancers and does not generate the protein that makes the body resistant to further treatment.  We keep adding additional plants to our growing arsenal of anti-tumor agencies and it is all welcome.

The human tragedy is that most flee into the arms of western medicine without even working up a protocol to suppress the cancer and support the natural capacity of the body to fight the problem.

Yet our modern protocols explicitly inform us that they will fail the majority of the time while massively impacting the immune system and the body’s general health.  Far too often what is offered is mere postponement and to be totally fair, that is a bad bargain.  A death sentence is best got over with as quickly as possible if the alternative is severe pain and general distress.

Amazing Medicinal Plant Kills Malignant Tumors and Destroys 70 Percent of Breast Cancer Cells
January 24, 2014
Dr. Marianna Pochelli,



Beyond limited empirical observations, not all medicinal plants have established scientific studies to support their effectiveness. However, in the case of Brucea javanica, it is one of those plants in which scientific investigations have provided enough evidence to prove that it has an impressive efficacy for the treatment of cervical, bladder and pancreatic cancers. Its selective toxicity has also been found to kill 70% of breast cancer cells.

Oncologists are still at a loss to find methods of selectively killing cancer cells through the standard protocols of treatment in chemotherapy and radiation. While damaging healthy cells is an inevitable process through most cytotoxic drugs, chemotherapy also triggers them to secrete a protein that sustains tumour growth and resistance to further treatment.

As more knowledge and research is being extended to populations confined to conventional allopathic principles, the broad categories of herbal and plant medicines are finally reaching the mainstream. The effectiveness of medicinal plants and foods to treat cancer is perhaps receiving the most widespread attention. Dietary anti-angiogenic foods alone have sparked so much interest in the cancer community, that even veteran Physicians are beginning to recommend them to cancer patients.

Brucea javanica (Brucea javanica (L.) Merr) is one of those plants that needs far more recognition in this catergory for its incredible ability to selectively kill cancer cells.

A shrub original from South-east Asia, and occurs from Sri Lanka and India towards Indo-China, southern China, Taiwan, Thailand and even northern Australia, B. javanica has been the subject of hundreds of studies and clinical trials, all of them aimed to better understand two main key issues: First how effective this plant really is; and secondly, if it is so effective, which active constituents are responsible for its anti-cancer properties.

B. javanica is a monoecious or dioecious shrub or small tree that can grow up to 10 m tall with soft-haired twigs and leaves. It prefers open localities such as light secondary forests and thickets, forest edges, ridges, and even occurring in sunny places on sandy dunes and on limestone. It grows under both per-humid and seasonal conditions from sea level up to 900 m altitude

For several millennia, herbal preparations and natural remedies from B. javanica have been shown to be effective in treating many types of maladies including malaria, and amoebiasis as well as cancer. Approximately half of the drugs currently in clinical use are of natural origin, however many of these drugs become toxic with substantial side effects due to the integration of artificial chemical compounds in their formulas.

B. javanica contains alkaloids (brucamarine, yatanine), glycosides/quassinoids (brucealin, yatanoside A and B, kosamine, bruceantin, bruceantarin, bruceantinol), and phenol (brucenol, bruceolic acid). The seeds contain brusatol and bruceine. The pulp oil contains fat, oleic acid, linoleic acid, stearic acid, and palmitoleic acid. Fruit and leaves contain tannin.

To date, 153 compounds have been reported from the seeds and aerial parts of Brucea javanica. Quassinoids are the main constituents of this species. The extract of Brucea javanica and the isolated compounds, specifically quassinoids exhibit various biological properties and are well known for their antitumor effects, especially how they are selectively toxic to cancer cells.

A study in the American Journal of Medical Science demonstrated that the aqueous extract from B. javanica and the induction of apoptosis by components of B. javanica is an indicated mechanism by which it kills cancer cells. The study found that B. javanica treatment lead to 70% cell death in breast cancer cells.

Another study in the American Journal of Chinese Medicine from researchers at the Department of Urology, The First Affiliated Hospital, Zhejiang University School of Medicine, Hongzhou, China, found that B. javanica oil significantly induces programmed cell death of bladder cancer cells.

A study from the international journal Cancer Letters, researchers showed that brucein D (BD), a quassinoid found abundantly in B. javanicafruit, inhibited the growth of three pancreatic cancer cell lines. They provided experimental evidence to support the traditional use of B. javanica fruit in cancer treatment, and render BD a promising candidate for further development into anti-pancreatic cancer agent.

Yet another study in the International Journal of Molecular Medicine, demonstrated the antiproliferative and apoptotic activities of B. javanicaalong with other herbal traditional Chinese medicines. They concluded that the programmed cell death of cancer cells activated by specific proteins was 5 times higher in cells treated with B. javanica.

Bruceantin, a contituent of B. javanica has also been found to interfere with the growth of leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma cells.

Regardless of centuries of empirical observation as well as the scientifically documented evidence of B. javanica as a medicinal plant and bonafide anti-cancer potential, the World Health Organization (WHO)monographs of selected medicinal plants, claims that no medical uses for B. javanica are supported by clinical data.

About the Author
Dr. Marianna Pochelli is a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine specializing in the treatment of disease through superfoods and herbal strategies. She actively promotes detoxification, colon cleansing, and a vegetarian lifestyle using living foods as a platform to health.


13 Practices of an Awakened Person



An awakened mind is a mind that is opened to the spiritual streams about him and those around him.  Usually it takes a direct experience of seeing equivalently to bring this forward but the change in dealing with the world is always clear.  The challenge for the uninitiated is to simply understand that some such phenomena is possible and to avoid been dismissive.

This has attracted investigation throughout history and many have struggled to describe it all.

This is a worthy piece inspired by centuries old scholarship and shows us how timeless this all is.

13 Practices of an Awakened Person
February 6, 2014 |



Tog-me Zong-po lived nearly 800 years ago, yet his 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva is still considered a pinnacle list of traits that a person who wishes to become enlightened for the benefit of all beings has. The following 13 practices (which I’ve put into simpler terms to make them easier to understand) are what I consider the most practical and helpful out of the 37 and by applying these practices to our daily lives we can make a lasting, positive impression on the collective consciousness of humanity… a positive influence that is deeply needed in this time of transition from the old order to the new paradigm. Some of these are not easy, but for those of us that want to embark on the journey to awakened enlightenment, these are practices that will lead us there:

1.) Day and night, be fully alert and present. Listen, reflect, and do a lot of meditation.

2.) Attraction to those close to you catches you in their currents. Aversion to those who hate on you burns inside. Indifference that ignores what should be done is a black hole. Take a step outside your comfort zone.

3.) Some so-called friends take you further and further away from the path to awakened consciousness. These kinds of friends ridicule and discourage learning, reflection, and meditation. These kinds of friends make you lose kindness and compassion. Give up these bad friends.
4.) All suffering comes from wanting to please our own selves. Enlightened awakening arises when our thoughts and actions help others. So, in exchange for our selfish desires and neglect of our suffering humanity, replace thoughts of the self with concern for all others.
5.) If someone spreads ugly rumors about us with cruel words, and even if what that person has said spreads to others and gains wide acceptance as being the truth; wish for that person to overcome their troubles and gain peace of mind. Applaud all their positive traits and treat them with kindness.

6.) If in a crowd full of people someone exposes our faults before others and points out the flaws we still have; do not get angry or become defensive; just listen in silence and reflect on their words. Treat this person as a teacher.

7.) If someone we love and have cared for with kindness treats us with thankless resentment and treats us as if we are their most hated enemy, then see these acts as a terrible sickness that has infected and affected their mind. Treat them with even more love and affection.

8.) Even when you are famous, praised, and rich don’t be arrogant. Know that the magnificence of existence, as awesome as it is, ultimately has no substance. Cast out what pride you might have as a result of fame.

9.) If we are not able to take control of the anger inside of us, although we may overpower and conquer others outside, the anger will just keep coming. Turn inwards and tame the wild flow of your mind-stream.

10.) Whatever appears to be truly real is simply what a mind in delusion creates. This mind of ours is also from the beginning devoid of an essence inherently real. Realize Truth is beyond the conceptions we have known and beyond the knower as well. Dispel the belief in inherent existence.

11.) Abusive words and language that we say in anger cause others a lot of pain to them by disturbing their minds, and we who are striving to be enlightened will find that our practice will decline. So seeing the faults that arise from harsh language, abandon abusive and hurtful language.

12.) Without making efforts to clearly analyze delusions we have or mistakes we commit, then even though on the outside we look and play the part, we may simply be spiritual materialists. For this reason, try to examine mistakes, delusions, and faults you possess, then afterwards try to remove them completely.

13.) In everything you do, be mindful of what is happening in your mind. By being constantly present and aware that you are feeling, thinking, and acting in a way that helps others.

About the Author

Paul Lenda is a conscious evolution guide, author of The Creation of a Consciousness Shift, and co-founder of SHIFT>, a social community focused on anchoring in the new paradigm and assisting the positive transformation of humanity. With the drive to be aware of and experience the wider horizon of Reality, Paul has developed an extensive background in the spiritual and transformative elements of life; one that is both knowledge and experienced-based. Visit his website www.shift.is, follow him on Twitter or visit the Shift Facebook community.


Thursday, February 27, 2014

Einstein's Lost Theory Uncovered




Nice to see an idea pursued and then abandoned.  I will not now dive into my Cloud Cosmology except to say that it converges toward a steady state in terms of particle content and that expansion while real is not a matter of true relative expansion as what we are seeing is change in time as we retreat to the past that creates this appearance.

It is better to see the universe as a pomegranate full of galaxies with some coalescence.  The leading edge which as far as I can reasonably determine or expect is a two dimensional surface behind which we see ample creation of initial neutral neutrinos.  Again this implies a non-ending universe.  Recall that empirical infinity is merely a large measurable number of approximately 10 to the 78th power.  This is something never understood or even as far as I can tell considered by Einstein and others.  It make a huge difference in understanding the universe.

At least Einstein thought about the Steady State model even though it is not obviously apparent.


Einstein's Lost Theory Uncovered-

The famous physicist explored the idea of a steady-state universe in 1931

Feb 25, 2014 |By Davide Castelvecchi and Nature magazine

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/einsteins-lost-theory-uncovered/

A manuscript that lay unnoticed by scientists for decades has revealed that Albert Einstein once dabbled with an alternative to the Big Bang theory, proposing instead that the Universe expanded steadily and eternally. The recently uncovered work, written in 1931, is reminiscent of a theory championed by British astrophysicist Fred Hoyle nearly 20 years later. Einstein soon abandoned the idea, but the manuscript reveals his continued hesitance to accept that the Universe was created during a single explosive event.
The Big Bang theory had found observational support in the 1920s, when US astronomer Edwin Hubble and others discovered that distant galaxies are moving away and that space itself is expanding. This seemed to imply that, in the past, the contents of the observable Universe had been a very dense and hot ‘primordial broth’.
But, from the late 1940s, Hoyle argued that space could be expanding eternally and keeping a roughly constant density. It could do this by continually adding new matter, with elementary particles spontaneously popping up from space, Hoyle said. Particles would then coalesce to form galaxies and stars, and these would appear at just the right rate to take up the extra room created by the expansion of space. Hoyle’s Universe was always infinite, so its size did not change as it expanded. It was in a ‘steady state’.
The newly uncovered document shows that Einstein had described essentially the same idea much earlier. “For the density to remain constant new particles of matter must be continually formed,” he writes. The manuscript is thought to have been produced during a trip to California in 1931 — in part because it was written on American note paper.
It had been stored in plain sight at the Albert Einstein Archives in Jerusalem — and is freely available to view on its website — but had been mistakenly classified as a first draft of another Einstein paper. Cormac O’Raifeartaigh, a physicist at the Waterford Institute of Technology in Ireland, says that he “almost fell out of his chair” when he realized what the manuscript was about. He and his collaborators have posted their findings, together with an English translation of Einstein’s original German manuscript, on the arXiv preprint server (C. O’Raifeartaigh et al. Preprint athttp://arxiv.org/abs/1402.0132; 2014) and have submitted their paper to the European Physical Journal.
“This finding confirms that Hoyle was not a crank,” says study co-author Simon Mitton, a science historian at the University of Cambridge, UK, who wrote the 2005 biography Fred Hoyle: A Life in Science. The mere fact that Einstein had toyed with a steady-state model could have lent Hoyle more credibility as he engaged the physics community in a debate on the subject. “If only Hoyle had known, he would certainly have used it to punch his opponents,” O’Raifeartaigh says.

Although Hoyle’s model was eventually ruled out by astronomical observations, it was at least mathematically consistent, tweaking the equations of Einstein’s general theory of relativity to provide a possible mechanism for the spontaneous generation of matter. Einstein’s unpublished manuscript suggests that, at first, he believed that such a mechanism could arise from his original theory without modification. But then he realized that he had made a mistake in his calculations, O’Raifeartaigh and his team suggest. When he corrected it — crossing out a number with a pen of a different color — he probably decided that the idea would not work and set it aside.

The manuscript was probably “a rough draft commenced with excitement over a neat idea and soon abandoned as the author realized he was fooling himself”, says cosmologist James Peebles of Princeton University in New Jersey. There seems to be no record of Einstein ever mentioning these calculations again.

But the fact that Einstein experimented with the steady-state concept demonstrates his continued eminent resistance to the idea of a Big Bang, which he at first found “abominable”, even though other theoreticians had shown it to be a natural consequence of his general theory of relativity. (Other leading researchers, such as the Cambridge astronomer Arthur Eddington, were also suspicious of the Big Bang theory, because it suggested a mystical moment of creation.) When astronomers found evidence for cosmic expansion, Einstein had to abandon his bias towards a static Universe, and a steady-state Universe was the next best thing, O’Raifeartaigh and his collaborators say.

Helge Kragh, a science historian at Aarhus University in Denmark, agrees. “What the manuscript shows is that although by then he accepted the expansion of space, [Einstein] was unhappy with a Universe changing in time,” he says.

This article is reproduced with permission from the magazine Nature. The article wasfirst published on February 24, 2014.

Iboga and Spiritual Stimulation




Pineal calcification appears in a third of all adults.  Thus it attracts concern and speculative discussion.  Meanwhile we have this West African herb that appears to assist in spiritual awakening.  Whether the pineal gland is directly decalcified we will leave to another day.  We really need some hard science here to establish actual effect.

We can add Iboga to our psychological toolkit though and track further research as it arises.


There is a flood of useful biological data now coming at us and the medical palette is nicely expanding.  What needs to happen is that the pharmaceutical profession needs to become conversant with active plants and learn how to prepare them and to apply them.  We need all this knowledge to flow through the same hands if only to gather as much data as possible.



January 24, 2014 |
Daniel Raphael & Dylan Charles, Staff
The pineal gland has been at the core of spiritual traditions dating back thousands of years, spanning all inhabited continents. Prominently carved onto Buddhist statues, ceremoniously painted onto tribal faces, and deceptively displayed in the Vatican square, the pineal gland, known as the Third Eye, or Seat of the Soul, is still shrouded in mystery.

One of the culprits to the endless poverty, warfare, and illness in society today lies in humanity’s collective disconnection from their soul and their true divine nature. The key to awakening from this destructive dream lies in the pineal gland, a crystalline, cosmic antenna integrating multidimensional life-source into our five sense reality. Throughout the past few decades however, fluoride and other toxins have calcified this soul-gate, blocking many human beings from their divine guidance and limiting their personal power.

Iboga is an ancient shamanic plant medicine derived from the root bark of a curious tree, the Tabernanthe Iboga, which has been used for millenia by the Bwiti tribe of Equatorial West Africa as a ceremonial sacrament. Taken for its vast physical and psychological healing properties and as a right of passage and introduction to the spirit world, it opens the third eye and awakens one to their true spiritual nature. When ingested, the spirit of the plant awakens, projecting a celestial film within the mind’s eye of the initiate, teaching experientially through holographic vision and divine dialog. Also ridding the body of mind-numbing toxins, and freeing the mind from detrimental programming and limiting beliefs, this plant medicine offers serious promise as a tool for Western seekers in our collective quest to break free from the matrix and reconnect with Mother Earth.
Fluoride and the War on Consciousness
As renowned author and historian Graham Hancock explains in his banned TED talk, The War on Consciousness there is a deliberate effort to prevent sovereign individuals from exploring the vast potential of their own minds. To control a population, the masses must be programmed through spells conjured up by a corrupt corporate media, cultural programs of self-destruction, and the diabolical manipulation of the noosphere. The operating system of the mind is accessed through language, and one’s reality is a combination of the filters, biases and belief systems learned from the dominant conversations in a society. Whom ever controls the language of a society creates the reality for its members.
To further influence the consciousness of human kind in our seemingly backwards world, the mind is targeted and weakened by an onslaught of toxicity. Sodium fluoride, an inorganic chemical compound and toxic waste product of the aluminum industry, is one of the main toxins used by the elite to increase our susceptibility to subliminal messages and mind control. By narcotizing an area in the left occipital lobe of the brain, fluoride makes people docile, passive, disconnected, and obedient.

Fluoride is widely used nowadays as one of the basic ingredients in Prozac (Fluoxetene Hydrochloride) and other psycho-tropic drugs, and is also a key ingredient in rat poison and sarin nerve gas (Isopropyl-Methyl-Phosphoryl Fluoride). Oddly it is also a common additive to municipal drinking water in the United States and other nations, ostensibly to protect public health by fortifying teeth. Multiple scientific studies in recent years have proven that fluoride causes a slew of health conditions as well as significantly lowering the IQ points of its unsuspecting victims, which is why there is a growing popular movement to end fluoridation of public water supplies.

The first use of fluoridated drinking water occurred in Germany’s Nazi prison camps by the Gestapo who used fluoride to sterilize humans and force people into submission.

Charles Perkins, a US chemist explains the dangers of fluoride in 1954:
“I was told of this entire scheme by a German chemist who was an official of the great IG Farben chemical industries and was also prominent in the Nazi movement at the time. I say this with all the earnestness and sincerity of a scientist who has spent nearly 20 years research into the chemistry, biochemistry, physiology and pathology of fluorine–any person who drinks artificially fluorinated water for a period of one year or more will never again be the same person mentally or physically.” [Source]

An even more damaging effect of fluoride exposure is calcification of the pineal gland, which separates a person from their spiritual nature. Fluoride encapsulates the pineal gland in an artificial shell, physically disconnecting the soul and higher consciousness from the bio-computer known as the brain. Without access to the soul, the human brain becomes mechanical, robotic and conscienceless in it’s operation, rendered a tool easily controlled by social programming and mind control.

The end game of mass fluoride poisoning is the creation of a population of submissive, obedient, un-intelligent workers, rather than true thinkers, warriors, artists, and heroes. This is evident in our modern cities where once lively human beings now appear as self-regulating zombies, slaves in a spiritless matrix of consumerism and competition .

Decalcification Protocols: Unlocking the Soul
Most people’s pineal glands are heavily calcified by the time they are 17 years old, so much so that it appears as a solid lump of calcium during an MRI scan. There are many practical methods and supplements available to seekers who wish to fully reawaken their spiritual essence, and for seekers on the path toward truth and enlightenment, purification of this spiritual organ is an absolute must.

Skate liver oil for pineal decalcification was popularized by government insider Pete Peterson and contains a compound known as Activator X which allows the body to remove calcium deposits from various locations. Iodine has been clinically proven to increase the removal of sodium fluoride from the body via urine as calcium fluoride. Tamarind also helps in releasing fluoride through the urine. Boron, found to be powerfully effective in the form of Borax Decahydrate, reduces excessive calcification of the pineal gland while also helping magnesium access cells to further remove calcium deposits. While supplements can be effective at detoxifying the pineal gland, however, people often report mixed results with them as it may take years to achieve noticeable results.

In addition to modern supplements for cleansing the pineal gland, the plant medicine Iboga is undoubtedly a very effective agent in re-awakening one’s connection to spirituality, and initiates routinely have powerful spiritual experiences within just a few sessions with this ancient medicine teacher.

Studies with Iboga for pineal decalcification have yet to be conducted, however, anecdotal evidence has raised attention to its potential. Various paranormal and spiritual phenomena occur during Iboga journeys, from out of body experiences, remote viewing and seeing through walls, vivid full spectrum life review, speaking with spirits and ancestors, and accessing outside information. These mystical phenomenon are linked to the powerful spiritual awakening induced by Iboga journeys, and the detoxification of the body’s spiritual organs.

Iboga Neuroscience – the Tree of Life
Ibogaine, the active alkaloid in Iboga, influences the neurological processes involved in learning addictive behavior and can reveal the deepest layers of one’s mental and habitual programming. Through NMDA receptors, Ibogaine influences the process of long-term potentiation, a long-lasting enhancement in signal transmission between two neurons which increases neuroplasticity, strengthening the synaptic signals, therefore augmenting learning and memory.

Ibogaine has been found to increase levels of glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor, or GDNF, which promotes the survival and replenishment of many types of neurons. A single dose of ibogaine can increase GDNF expression for weeks, depending on dosage. Ibogaine is also highly lipophilic and remains in body fat for months, gradually being released, further extending its influence on GDNF expression. Patents are currently pending on Iboga alkaloids to reverse or treat dementia, Alzheimer’s, depression, and ADHD, and the compound is widely respected as an effective agent in treating serious drug addictions.

Furthermore, certain mental illnesses and psychiatric conditions may be remedied with Iboga. It is common for people with depersonalization, a relatively new psychological disorder where one feels disconnected from his or her own self and the outside world, to find immediate, powerful and lasting relief with Iboga. It is thought that this new psychological condition along with several others is caused at least in part by pineal gland calcification and often triggered by a traumatic event. Additionally, clearer, more three-dimensional vision, a new baby-like sensitivity to life, and feelings of having an open heart are often reported the day after a spiritual Iboga journey.

Long term, if not permanent effects include increased psychic sensitivity, the ability to visualize internally in crystal clarity, and an increased magnetism for manifestation. Greater intelligence, clearing of brain fog, eloquence in speech, and a lighter, more youthful energy are also often reported. The most important effect of Iboga is the reconnection to free will. Many go in thinking they are free and come out realizing the thousands of choices they make each day are a result of reacting to programming and cultural narratives that are fabricated deceptions aimed at limiting personal liberty.

Although the actual journey is intense, including possible purging and nausea if your body needs to clear toxins, the experience is rarely described as scary, although a common somewhat frightening aspect commonly occurs the day after when an initiate experiences thoughts such as, “what if I hadn’t done this? What blind path I would have continued on, if I didn’t see what I just saw.” One often wakes from a dream that she did not know was a dream, is left breathless and surrounded by a higher actuality. 

During the Iboga journey, many people do not experience deep spiritual journeys their first time since the medicine must clear and detox the body first, resurfacing cellular receptor sites, removing mercury and aluminum from the muscles and blood, and killing off parasites, candida, and other low-vibration microorganisms. Once the body is relatively clean, the medicine then can reach the mind and soul. Some people describe it as ten years of psychotherapy in one night since the rhythm of thoughts and revelations appear fast and frequently, unceasingly bursting one’s bubble with simple, objective dialog. Unlike the lyrical, abstract visions common to Mother Ayahuasca, Iboga teaches through direct, logical information downloads and is known as the “Father” teacher.

Holographic Teachings
Tapping into your own database of memories, memes, and anchor points, the spirit of Iboga crystallizes momentous visuals on your inner chalk board, while many also hear a telepathic voice of truth both answering questions and pointing out blind spots over the course of a single session which can last up to 36 hours depending on your sensitivity, dose, and current state of consciousness. During this time, arrows of truth incessantly pierce your dream-like bubbles, but these arrows are coated with love’s varnish, and shot by an omniscient bowman who already knows what you are ready to see. Your emotional body is also temporarily relieved through this experience so that you can observe and process past trauma in a near-instant and smoother process without getting caught up in old triggers and tears. This allows you to glide fast through the multitude of blocks you may have, for there is much work to be done.

Time slows down on Iboga, and while you lie consciously awake and in control, your brain remains in an REM dream state where you have both read/write access to your subconscious mind’s hard drive. Virtually everyone the morning after Iboga who listens to music remarks that the music sounds twice as fast. This is because time actually stretches out in your personal reality, but music and clocks remain relative. Visual tracers are also quite common on the medicine, as you can see the reflection of the past in each moment, and each thought and lesson is processed in a more advanced, cyclical nature, instead of linearly.

When experienced in a group setting with absolute trust and love, a collective psychic grid is created where concepts, Matrix-busting revelations, and healing love-webs can be instantly shared with the group. Often times the group simultaneously voices the same revelation as information is shared freely and each member becomes open-source, as she opens up to source in a Golden Age bubble crafted by the experience. Seeing, moving, and speaking in this state can be best described as fractal, fluid, and holographic.

Do you Hear the Hero’s Call?
Do you feel the call to taste the tree of life? There are several options for experiencing an Iboga journey in a guided setting, as undergoing a journey alone is not recommended or safe. Handfuls of ibogaine clinics have popped up in recent years, mostly geared towards treating drug addicts, and largely devoid of the medicines true spiritual context. It is recommended to keep clear of medical-style clinics if spiritual awakening, heart opening, and soul connection is what you seek. Using the full root bark of the Iboga tree or at least the total alkaloid extract ensures the spirit of the plant is intact and available, while also holistically utilizing the dozen other alkaloids that the plant has to offer.

Some feel called to experience the full Iboga initiation in Gabon, Africa. A good place to start your research would be Ebando, which has offered heart-felt initiation ceremonies for many years. Full initiation ceremonies differ by tribe and region and can last several weeks and include ingesting 5-10 times more Iboga than a typical Iboga center in the West offers. Most people do not feel ready to fly to Africa and experience this intense journey.

Shamanic Iboga centers such as those in Central America offer a bridge for Westerners, as people from the West have their own set of problems including many new psychological ailments and toxicity-induced diseases. Some get what they want in one journey, but most require several journeys to cleanse their body before experiencing the spiritual awakening that can be breath-taking and unbelievably liberating.

In the end it is important to follow your own intuition, and realize Iboga, like other plant technologies, is simply a tool. As Aikido master Morihei Ueshiba once said, “Loyalty and devotion lead to bravery. Bravery leads to the spirit of self-sacrifice. The spirit of self-sacrifice creates trust in the power of love.” In the end your own dedication, self-inquiry, and openness to love will determine the speed and depth of your healing and awakening. Iboga simply lifts the fog, revealing the hero within.

About the Author
Daniel Raphael is a shamanic apprentice who currently co-facilitates shamanic journey retreats and pineal decalcification with Iboga at a plant medicine retreat center in Costa Rica. He splits his time between California, Costa Rica, and Gabon where he continues his training with the Bwiti tribes. He can be contacted at daniel@ibogalove.com.
Dylan Charles is a student and teacher of Shaolin Kung Fu, Tai Chi and Qi Gong, a practitioner of Yoga and Taoist esoteric arts, and an activist and idealist passionately engaged in the struggle for a more sustainable and just world for future generations. He is the editor of WakingTimes.com, the proprietor of OffgridOutpost.com, a grateful father and a man who seeks to enlighten and assist others with the power of inspiring information and action. He may be contacted at wakingtimes@gmail.com.
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