During his 9/1/04 appearance on Coast, Stan Tenen played a composition by Daniel Gil titled The Creation Overture. According to Tenen, Gil possesses a deep understanding of the Torah (Hebrew Bible) and composes symphonies by assigning musical notes to each Hebrew letter from a particular biblical passage. Because of this Tenen believes Gil's music has "it's own healing power." The following audio selections, while not directly related to Gil's work with the Torah, are from traditional Jewish sources, and likely have not been heard for several centuries. Play full clip:Win | RealAbove clip in two parts:Win | Real (part one)Win | Real (part two)Credit: Music by Daniel Gil
Mysterious blue images (close-up on the left) were photographed hovering over a menorah lighting ceremony on Tuesday night in Washington D.C. The photographer, Carrie Devorah, who lost her brother in a terrorist bombing in Israel, wondered if the blue lights could be some type of sign. Read more in this article from WorldNetDaily.
Brian Vike of HBCC UFO Research shares this photo he received of a saucer-shaped craft in Mexico. For more photos and details of the incident, click here.
"It wasn't until I became a teacher that I began to be driven crazy by TV," wrote John Taylor Gatto in an article for American Enterprise. He claimed that kids who were heavy TV watchers were often "malicious to each other and sunk in chronic boredom." The average person in the industrialized world watches three hours of TV per day, which amounts to about half of their leisure time. At that rate, if you live to 75, you'll spend a total of 9 years glued to the tube! Studies have associated TV's drawing power with our biological "orienting response," which is an instinctive attraction to certain types of visual stimuli. In an exploration of TV addiction, published in Scientific American, the authors found that people reported feeling more relaxed and passive while watching TV. But the relaxed feeling ended when the set was shut off and many participants said they felt as though their energy was sucked out of them. A mountain community that previously had no TV
A strange medical disorder called prosopagnosia causes people to be unable to recognize faces. In severe cases they may not even recognize their own parents or children. Interestingly, research into the malady has uncovered that facial recognition is handled in a different part of the brain than other types of recall. Read more about it in this article from The Economist.
A team of Bio-Nano Robotics researchers from Rutgers and several other universities have created an animation showing how a nano-robot could theoretically travel inside the body and destroy harmful cells. More info here.Watch the video:WinCredit: Rutgers University
On Tuesday night, investigative journalist Jon Rappoport (pictured) of nomorefakenews.com joined Streamlink members for a fascinating one-hour Q & A on his research into secret societies, the "medical cartel" and other hotbed issues. Below are some excerpts; members can view the entire transcript. Iowa Girl Jon--Do you have any opinion on what is happening with the election recounts? There seems to be conflicting information out there. Jon Rappoport It's a fraud....Ohio/Florida.....an honest count would reveal that. maggie Why are you thinking the count wasn't honest? Jon Rappoport Articles in my archive....Ohio was a sham....voting machines held back, for instance, in certain precincts.... mountainstar Jon what do you think is your biggest story? Jon Rappoport Perhaps the medical cartel....the weakening of populations through toxic drugs and the invention of fake diseases and the focus on brain drugs....This
The Egyptians believed that when a person died, the afterlife could be experienced in various ways by different aspects of their being. For instance, the akh was a spirit or ghost that could live among humans, usually in the vicinity of their tomb, yet it could also inhabit the underworld. The ka was an etheric double or life force that could dwell in statues of themselves, to which mortuary offerings by the living could be made. The journey to the underworld was of great concern with one of the goals being to reach the ruler Osiris (pictured above) who would pass judgment upon them. Towards that end, guidebooks in the form of papyruses might be placed in their tomb which contained details essential for a successful crossing (such as the information featured in the Egyptian Book of the Dead). After a favorable judgment, entry into the land of the blessed was granteda place not unlike the Nile Valley, with canals, dams and farms. The departed were said to have the abilit
Dr. Janis Amatuzio is pictured (click for larger) in a photo from the cover of her book Forever Ours.