Science: Overview

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“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration.”

– Nikola Tesla
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This is not my field of expertise and there are many sub-fields of interest that can be explored in various ways.  People who vacillate toward this field can find different tools for learning, books for reading, experiments for discovering, a telescope for observing the stars and solar system, and of course nature in all its’ beauty and wonder and what I learned as the “worlds of Grandmother Earth” or the minerals, the plants, the animals and the humans (including dolphins and whales with cetacean souls).

As a valuable resource for exploring various “scientists” and philosophers throughout history, I encourage people to explore Cynthia Chung and Matt Ehret’s website  They sponsor lectures, symposiums, write essays and books, and their Digital Library of Alexandria offers a comprehensive list of authors and links to some of their writings .  Below are links to a symposium sponsored by the Rising Tide Foundation, as well as lectures featuring German physicist Max Plank and Russian scientist Vladimir Vernadsky.  And let us not forget about Ben Franklin and his contributions as an inventor and scientist among many other things.

The following link is to the documentary film “Grande Pyramid K2019” was one of the best I’ve seen on this subject….

The field of science can also be a fascinating study of “rabbit holes” (or are those “wormholes”) that can take a student into secret space programs with covert budgets, highly advanced technologies hidden from public view, UFO phenomenon, and stellar civilizations, archeological discoveries and the pyramids, the “lost continents” of Lemuria and Atlantis (two of the seven original races including Aboriginal, African, Asian, Nordic, South American, Lemurian and Atlantean), and a host of other topics. It is a broad field and the student is encouraged to follow their intuitive instincts to study a specific topic. Some people just love the field of science and its’ plethora of possibilities and realities and truths discovered and uncovered.  On a cautionary note, “scientific theories” rule the field of science; discernment and intuitive knowing are recommended.

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Author and researcher Dr. Stephen Greer founded The Disclosure Project and brought people together in Washington D.C. in 2001 to present their UFO evidence and personal experiences. His first documentary film entitled “Sirius” came out in 2013; his more recent documentary “Unacknowledged” was released in 2017; go to for Stephen’s website and further study.

I stumbled across a book in my twenties by Dr. Norma Milanovich entitled We the Arcturians and it struck a harmonic chord in my heart and soul. I continue to maintain a communication link with the Arcturians, although I rarely talk about it or discuss these matters. Other people like Barbara Marciniak channel knowledge from the Pleiadians; I saw Barbara speak once and I liked her presence; I’ve enjoyed reading a few of her books as well.

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