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Awakening 18: Healing Journey to a Dark Past
Whitley Strieber describes the breathtaking experience that took place on the day after he had the contact with Anne Strieber described in Awakening 18. This time, he was meditating under the direction of a monk of the Dalai Lama's Shartse Phukhang Monks, who offered the will Vajravidharan Ritual, which is designed to dispel dark presences and forces. There followed a powerful sequel to the experiences described in Awakening 18, as Whitley ascended the stairs in the library he described in 18. He was handed a book by Anne entitled "Life." When he opened it, he saw a dark truth about his own past from which he has been trying to free himself all of his life.

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26-08-2016
A Crop Circle Expert Gets Banned by Facebook and a FULL REPORT from Linda Moulton Howe on that Ultra High Strangeness Ansty Crop Formation
August 26, 2016
Crop circle expert Nancy Talbott was banned by Facebook after posting the first authenticated video of a light altering crops. Are we looking at the beginning of internet censorship of crop circle research, and possibly more? Nancy describes what she posted that got her banned. (Hint, it has nothing to do with violating FB rules of conduct...)

Then Linda Moulton Howe reports on the high strangeness involving the Ansty formation of August 11.

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26-08-2016
Million-Year-Old Stone Tools may have been Hunting Weapons for Early Humans
A new theory put forward by a team of researchers may indicate the use of stone weapons by ancient humans from nearly 2 million years ago. The round stones, first excavated in South Africa's Cave of Hearths 30 years ago, have been analyzed by a team of archaeologists, kinesiologists and psychologists, bringing them to the conclusion that the stones may have been used as throwing weapons.

The 55 mysterious spheroids, each about the size of a tennis ball and dated to between 1.8 million to 70,000 years old, have been found to be just the right size, weight and shape, to hit a target about 25 meters (82 feet) away when thrown.

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26-08-2016
An Earth-Like Planet has been Found Orbiting the Closest Star to Earth -- So Close Will Soon be able to Reach It!
Astronomers with the Pale Red Dot Project have announced the discovery of an Earth-like planet orbiting Proxima Centauri, the star closest to Earth. The newfound planet, currently called "Proxima b", has the fortune of being 1.3 times the mass of the Earth, and orbits within the star's Goldilocks Zone, meaning that it is just the right size and temperature to host liquid water, one of the requirements for life as we know it.

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25-08-2016
The Natural Path to Transcendence
Wednesday August 24, 2016
This week, host Jeremy Vaeni reads and responds to email updates from two former guests. Then, he reveals a means to transcending Western brain-mind into the heart that he's been working out with Tiokasin Ghosthorse. It is so simple to do, it's no wonder it was missed all this time--and the results could be world-changing!
24-08-2016
Native Alaskan Village Forced to Move due to Climate Change
The erosion of the shoreline of Alaska's Sarichef Island from rising sea levels has prompted the residents of the island's village of Shishmaref to decide to relocate, before their traditional island home is overcome by the sea.

Home to 650 Inupiat Inuit, Sarichef Island lies in the Chukchi Sea, just north of the Bering Strait, and like the rest of Alaska, is warming twice as fast as the contiguous states. Shishmaref is one of 31 Alaskan villages that are in danger from erosion and flooding, according to the US Government Accountability Office.

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24-08-2016
China's 'Quantum Satellite' to Provide Hack-Proof Communication Network
On August 1, China launched their Quantum Experiments at Space Scale (QUESS) satellite from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in the Gobi Desert. This satellite, a joint Austrian-Chinese collaboration, is intended to facilitate long-distance experiments in quantum optics, to allow the development of secure quantum-encryption communications and quantum information teleportation technology. On August 19, Beijing's control center successfully received 202 megabytes of data from the satellite, nicknamed Micius after the 5th century Chinese scholar, secured using quantum encryption keys.

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23-08-2016
Global Warming may Uncover Secret Army Base in Greenland -- Including its Cache of Toxic Waste
In 1960, the United States Army launched a program called "Project Iceworm", a plan to build launch sites for nuclear missiles under the northern Greenland ice sheet, to provide the missiles with closer access to the Soviet Union. To test the feasibility of this concept, the Army established a base called Camp Century, a functioning military site consisting of tunnels and chambers carved directly into the ice. However, the site's engineers soon found that the glacier that the base was built into isn't a stable mass of ice, but instead flows at a slow rate, deforming the base's tunnels. This resulted in Camp Century's abandonment in 1966.

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22-08-2016
Profound Wisdom from an "Alien Video" by Whitley Strieber
A video has been uploaded to YouTube that purports to show an alien under interview by an unidentified young man sometime in the 1960s. I am not going to essay an opinion about its authenticity, but I would like to comment in detail on the statements made.

1. The interrogator asks, "State planet of origin." The answer is "Earth." This answer is consistent with my own impression of major aspects of this very complex experience mankind is having with the unknown. There are three levels:

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21-08-2016
And You Thought You Were Old: Greenland Sharks can Live to at Least 400 Years
A new study on the lifespan of the Greenland shark has established that this fish may be the longest-lived vertebrate on Earth. While marine biologists have long suspected that this species of shark had a long lifespan -- one individual, caught twice, with each catch more than a decade apart, had shown growth of less than a centimeter per year -- researchers had no definitive way of dating individual specimens, as dating fish involves counting the layers in their bones. Sharks, on the other hand, have cartilage skeletons that don't exhibit this layering, making dating them difficult.

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18-08-2016