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Giant Ant Colony Excavated, You won’t believe what they build underground!

The only thing I disagree with his presentation is he talks about ESP or extrasensory perception as not real and doesn’t actually exist and there isn’t enough science to back up the evidence. I maybe wrong and I’ve obviously not stepped into his shoes and looked at the information he has research but at the same time there are many accounts of ESP research, including government agencies funding research projects to understand the phenomena, tool and techniques involved to achieve such states of consciousness.

Dr. Eagleman holds joint appointments in the Departments of Neuroscience and Psychiatry at the Baylor College of Medicine. His areas of scientific expertise include time perception, vision, synesthesia, and the intersection of neuroscience with the legal system. He directs the Laboratory for Perception and Action, and is the Founder and Director of Baylor College of Medicine’s Initiative on Neuroscience and Law. Dr. Eagleman has written several neuroscience books, including Wednesday is Indigo Blue: Discovering the Brain of Synesthesia (co-authored with Richard Cytowic, MIT Press, 2009) and Dethronement: The Secret Life of the Unconscious Brain (Pantheon, 2010). He has also written an internationally bestselling book of literary fiction, Sum, which was named a Best Book of 2009 by Barnes and Noble, New Scientist, and the Chicago Tribune. Dr. Eagleman has written for the New York Times, Discover Magazine, Slate, and New Scientist, and he appears regularly on National Public Radio to discuss both science and literature.

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A really heart warming, inspirational short film to complete your day, enjoy!

Quantum Mechanics: Fabric of the Cosmos | NOVA Science Documentary

Posted: April 7, 2013 in Film's and Television
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This is a great documentary for an introduction into Quantum mechanics and if you haven’t come into contact with the science but you have always been slightly interested in how reality works then this is for you!! (Although I don’t agree with everything presented I certainly think we are understanding reality more and more every year).
“The Fabric of the Cosmos,” a four-hour series based on the book by renowned physicist and author Brian Greene, takes us to the frontiers of physics to see how scientists are piecing together the most complete picture yet of space, time, and the universe. With each step, audiences will discover that just beneath the surface of our everyday experience lies a world we’d hardly recognize—a startling world far stranger and more wondrous than anyone expected.

Brian Greene is going to let you in on a secret: We’ve all been deceived. Our perceptions of time and space have led us astray. Much of what we thought we knew about our universe—that the past has already happened and the future is yet to be, that space is just an empty void, that our universe is the only universe that exists—just might be wrong.

Interweaving provocative theories, experiments, and stories with crystal-clear explanations and imaginative metaphors like those that defined the groundbreaking and highly acclaimed series “The Elegant Universe,” “The Fabric of the Cosmos” aims to be the most compelling, visual, and comprehensive picture of modern physics ever seen on television.

Illuminati Symbolism in New Justin Timberlake Video

Posted: March 25, 2013 in Alternative News, Conspiracy, Film's and Television, Illuminati, Occult, Propaganda News
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Illuminati Symbolism in New Justin Timberlake Video

Justin Timberlake’s video for his new single Mirrors is replete with Illuminati symbolism. Has Timberlake joined the dark side or is he just hijacking the music industry’s occult meme?

“Impersonal forces over which we have almost no control seem to be pushing us all in the direction of the Brave New Worldian nightmare; and this impersonal pushing is being consciously accelerated by representatives of commercial and political organizations who have developed a number of new techniques for manipulating, in the interest of some minority, the thoughts and feelings of the masses.”
– Aldous Huxley, Preface to A Brave New World

“The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country.

We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of. This is a logical result of the way in which our democratic society is organized. Vast numbers of human beings must cooperate in this manner if they are to live together as a smoothly functioning society.

Our invisible governors are, in many cases, unaware of the identity of their fellow members in the inner cabinet.”
– Edward Bernays, Propaganda

Whether you decide there is any validity in these posts and information not only I try to present but many people who are aware on the ploy of symbolism throughout our current mainstream pop culture. You don’t have to look very far to know that Hollywood, the music industry and magazine, fashion pop culture etc have been ever more increasingly being psychologically manipulating the mass people either to implant thoughts or feelings into the subconscious to evoke a particular behavior or emotional state. The very nature of TV and films and games puts the subject into a translucent hypnotic state where the person watching becomes more susceptible to any manipulation of the mind in any way.

What ever stance you take on the subject matter either way you need to understand the importance of how symbols play a role on the mind. Symbol can be used as a form of propaganda. Who ever uses this are imbedding into our consciousness by a natural ability to take information into the brain. This is very useful in our every day life but if we aren’t aware that it is not only a very real experience we partake but also something that is being used for sinister reasons then we are always going to be manipulated whether we like it or not. For instance the Nazi Swastika was actually an ancient symbol relating to the meaning of a sun worship cult and it could even have a more ancient meaning that I am unaware of. However the symbol has been passed down through generations of religions and culture and the Nazi’s took our natural connection with have with symbols like the swastika and used the power and energy given behind the symbol, a feeling of happiness and euphoria to intense the support of the nation to take part in the war.

The symbol was originally something with positive meaning however they used this intently to manipulate the subconscious of the people at the time. If you read my past blog about the hidden meanings behind the London Olympics 2012 you will understand how symbols were used in that to evoke the same feelings we are being manipulated to feel with these pop culture ploys. Although that blog is very large I urge you to read it all if you are slightly skeptical about the manipulation. The symbols mostly relate to Freemasonry which in turn in ancient secret wisdom past down for personal enlightenment.
I personally believe that the Nazi party couldn’t have done what they set out to do without the power of symbolism, there would have been no world war 1+2 without a symbol like the swastika. And like the all seeing eye mainly used today the purpose I believe is the same, that it is simply to draw your attention to the source or media and not necessarily (although this is sometimes the case) to create a euphoric state but to keep their attention at pop culture. AKA to keep the mind fixed on the TV.
Justin Timberlake isn’t alone in this conspiracy, many other artists such as Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Madonna, Kanye West, Kesha and many more I can’t think of off the top of my head.
Below is a fantastic link to a site that shows all of the information and an endless ever growing examples of the symbolism sneakily put in in order to control the mind. All in all you need to understand what these symbols mean, on an occult level and only you can do the research into each and every symbol and some symbols even have multiple meanings.

A little note, the all seeing eye isn’t the only symbolism here. The letter V showed twice here, it is also a symbol with an occult meaning.

Alternate futures, contradictory pasts:
Forking paths and cubist narratives in contemporary film

David Scott Diffrient

Over the past twenty-five years, several filmmakers throughout the world have departed from classical narrative formulas to embrace the intertextual as well as intratextual complexities of “episode films” (feature-length motion pictures each made up of several discretely demarcated stories, sketches, anecdotes, or variations on a theme). In doing so, such disparate auteurs as Ventura Pons (Spain), Hong Sang-soo (South Korea), Rodrigo García (United States), Jim Jarmusch (United States), François Girard (Canada), Alejandro González Iñárritu (Mexico), and Petr Zelenka (Czech Republic) have created polyphonic works whose internal fragmentation provides a structural foundation for expressing psychological uncertainty, epistemological ambiguity, perspectival disjuncture, and thematic reverberation while suggesting an affinity for various literary and artistic avant-gardes of the twentieth-century. This essay attempts to account for two unique strains of cinematic episodicity gaining currency within the critical community, each rooted in avant-garde practices that predate contemporary film. In the process of unpacking these alternative approaches to storytelling, I explore particular texts that have already been the subject of hypotheses about the nature of cinematic narration, albeit often without being situated within either a broader art-historical context or a lineage that recognizes the significance of earlier anthology, omnibus, portmanteau, and sketch films.

After briefly discussing Jorge Luís Borges’s importance to cyclical and subjunctive cinematic forms in the first section of this essay, I focus on a select few episode films whose stories fork off from one another and provide alternate visions of a single character’s immediate future. Unlike many episodic narratives in the multi-director (omnibus) and multi-character (ensemble) molds, these works typically revolve around an individual protagonist or a couple rather than a broad swath of humanity, although the stories they tell – each one rendered in the conditional tense, each one different from the others in some significant way – are aligned in a similarly serial pattern. However, if we think of the interstitial moments between the episodes of a representative omnibus production like Quartet (1948) as being akin to the conjunction “and” (“The facts of life” and “The alien corn” and “The kite” and “The colonel’s lady”), then the slivers of time between stories in a forked-path film like Krzysztof Kieslowski’s Blind chance (Przypadek, 1982) are akin to the word “or.”

For the full paper go to this link

O2 Olympic venue in row over security against legal photography

Arena hosting Games events in Greenwich defends security guards’ attempt to stop filming from public land

O2 security guards at the London Olympics venue stop the Guardian from taking legal photographs from public land Link to this videoMedia and civil liberties groups have expressed alarm after the managers of an Olympic venue pledged to intercept and question anyone seen photographing or filming the site, even from public land, and defended security guards who wrongly tried to invoke terrorist laws to prevent footage being shot of the arena.

The stance taken by the O2 in Greenwich, south-east London, which will host this summer’s basketball, wheelchair basketball, artistic gymnastic and trampoline events, highlights wider concerns that Olympic securityoperations could see photographers, film crews and even members of the public harassed for entirely legal activities.

John Toner from the National Union of Journalists said he would seek an urgent meeting with managers of the O2, saying their tactics had no basis in law. “I’m stunned, and what they say is utterly outrageous,” he said.

While there are strict photography rules inside Olympic venues and on many other private spaces, when standing on public land the press and public have a clear right to shoot still or moving images.

Ahead of the Games, police and the security industry have sought to train staff about this aspect of the law. There have nonetheless been a series of incidents in recent months in which photographers have been challenged while working on public land, especially in London.

As an experiment, the Guardian attempted to shoot video footage of the O2 arena from a public road on its southern edge, only a few minutes’ walk from the main entrance.

Very quickly the reporter was challenged by O2 security guards, who made a series of demands with no basis in law. They ordered that the filming stop – “We’ve requested you to not do it because we don’t like it” – and that they be shown any existing footage. Asked on what basis they could demand this, one replied: “It’s under the terrorist law. We are an Olympic venue.” Another added: “You have, for want of a better word, breached our security by videoing it [the O2].”

At one point they refused to allow the reporter to leave. One said: “It’s gone too far for that.”

Guards are entitled to challenge suspicious behaviour and call the police. However, they have no additional legal powers on public land. While such overreach is not uncommon it is often followed by a management apology.

An O2 spokesman defended the guards’ approach. He said: “On the basis that [the reporter was] filming areas of the O2 that are not usually of interest to the public, our security staff’s approach and handling of the situation was entirely appropriate.”

It was routine policy to intercept anyone filming the arena from public land, he added: “We work with the media and others to accommodate requests to film in and around the O2, which is situated on private property, but when we observe filming of the O2’s infrastructure and access points it is our policy to approach individuals so we can take the appropriate course of action.” The same policy was in force with people taking still photographs from public vantage points, he said.

The civil rights campaign group Liberty said it was alarmed. Its legal officer Corinna Ferguson, said: “There’s no power stopping a person taking photographs on public land, let alone to arrest them or seize property, without reasonable suspicion they’ve committed an offence. Police officers or  security guards who get this wrong could well find themselves in trouble with the law.

“With all eyes on London during the Olympics what a terrible message it would send if Londoners and tourists face harassment from the authorities merely for snapping the capital’s landmarks.”

Toner, who set up a meeting last week between journalists and senior Scotland Yard officers leading the Olympic security operation, in part to address such concerns, said: “The level of ignorance displayed by their employees is quite incredible. But for the management to display the same level of ignorance is beyond belief.

“What worries me is that there must be lots of people who will just come along and take pictures of the O2. It’s an unusual building. Some will be tourists – are they going to clamp down on tourists? Are they going to alienate visitors with their ridiculous behaviour?”

The O2’s policy is all the more surprising given recent guidance issued by the British Security Industry Association. It has drawn up a leaflet for members which spells out the law very plainly. “If an individual is in a public place photographing or filming a private building, security guards have no right to prevent the individual from taking photographs,” it reads, adding that filming or taking a photograph “does not in itself indicate hostile reconnaissance or other suspicious behaviour”.

Similar incidents with police were relatively common until 2010, when terrorism stop-and-search laws were tightened following a challenge at the European court of human rights. Since then, according to experts, it has mainly been private guards causing such problems.

“Our main worry is the lack of training for some security guards. It seems to be one of the big issues now,” said Chris Cheeseman from Amateur Photographer magazine, which has campaigned over photographers’ freedoms.

The incident at the O2 was eventually resolved after guards called police, who also asked to see the video footage, citing the Terrorism Act. The reporter was allowed to leave after neither he nor the police could properly operate the camera to replay the footage.

The photographer’s experience

As a photographer in the heightened security atmosphere of pre-Olympics east London, Vickie Flores is used to being challenged. But this seemed particularly anomalous: being told she couldn’t take pictures of a 60m-high structure clearly visible for miles around.

“Not a week goes by without me being stopped by someone or other. But this one was bizarre,” Flores said of her recent encounter with a security guard near the almost-completed Thames cable car system, which will whisk tourists between Olympic venues on opposite sides of the river using gondolas suspended between soaring white pillars.

Flores ignored the direction – she was taking the picture from a public pavement. But she has found such attitudes hardening as the Olympics approach, especially among over-officious security guards.

“I’ve never been stopped as much as I have in the past six months,” she said. “It’s happened more than in the rest of my life before. Sometimes I even think, ‘Can I be bothered with all the hassle of taking a particular picture, is it worth it?’ It’s got to that stage.”

“Gravity Falls”: A New Disney TV Show Loaded With Illuminati Symbolism

By  | July 13th, 2012 | Category: Movies and TV | 273 comments

The many articles on this site attempt to prove that the same set of symbols – those of the ruling elite – are being permeated across popular culture. While we often look at outlets intended for teenagers or young adults (such as movies and music videos), children are definitely not exempt of it. A blatant example is Disney’s new show Gravity Falls, a “quirky and endearing” cartoon about 12-year old twins spending summer with their Great Uncle Stan in Gravity Falls, Oregon.

The 40 seconds long intro theme alone is loaded with symbolism. Here it is.

First, Great Uncle Stan wears a fez, which is the hat worn by the Shriners – an appendant body of Freemasonry. As they like to say, all Shriners are Masons, but not Masons are Shriners.


Stan wearing a Fez hat. Also, he is hiding one eye for the heck of it.


An Old School Shriner.

Up until 2010, only 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Masons (the highest degree attainable other than the honorary 33rd) or Knight Templars of the York Rite could join the Shriners. This means that Grunkle Fez is most probably a high level Freemason. Therefore, he knows what’s the deal with all of these symbols. He knows.

The show is full of eyes everywhere. There’s even a jar of eyeballs for sale at Stan’s store.


All-Seeing eye inside of triangle and more here…


This frame flashes for literally a split second at the end of the intro. We can easily recognize the Illuminati pyramid with illuminated capstone and All-Seeing eye, along with other alchemical and magical symbols. Also, there’s the Contra code on NES, which is rather hilarious.

I won’t start analyzing all of the episodes but here are some interesting shots from the first episode of Gravity Falls.

Aside from the eyeballs everywhere, the little humans in a jar are homunculi – a concept that is found in alchemy and occult rites.


19th-century engraving of Goethe’s Faust and Homunculus


All-Seeing Eye at the apex of the mountain


“Floating eyeballs, are they watching me?”.


The attic of Great Uncle Stan’s shack has a prominent Masonic stained glass window featuring a symbol that is omnipresent in this cartoon.


Stan appears to have two Owl clocks – the owl is an ancient symbol representing the occult elite (those who work in darkness), the Illuminati and the Bohemian Grove.


Check out the rug on the floor.


The letter “A” of the word “Shack” consists of a compass above and All-Seeing Eye, a combination of symbols of found in Masonic symbolism.


The entrance of a Masonic lodge.

In short, Disney’s new show is centered around a specific set of symbols associated with secret societies and the occult elite, which we call the Illuminati. While some might argue that these signs are inserted to add “mystery” to the show, we must also consider the fact that popular culture in general is being permeated with the exact same set of symbols. This show plays it part by exposing young children to the symbolism, which normalizes it and ultimately accomplishes what the occult elite has been doing for centuries: Hiding in plain sight.

Read the original article below.