Cassius Kamarampi – Malcolm Potts is a Malthusian figure with deep roots in the history of eugenics.
Tag: free will
Gary ‘Z’ McGee – Freedom is both the easiest thing to gain and the hardest thing to hold onto.
Zen Gardner – Our true selves are thriving beneath this engineered rubble just waiting to be released into their fullness.
Josh Richardson – Have our decisions been made far before we make them?
Gregg Prescott – What are timelines and why do some predicted events come and go without the anticipated event ever happening?
Video – Does free will really exist? Author and Buddhist practitioner B. Alan Wallace discusses free will according to the Buddhist’s point of view.
RJ Spina – “Emotions and thoughts are just tumble weeds that blow through the holographic field. They are not you…”
Adrian Salbuchi, New Dawn Waking Times “Man’s task is to become conscious of the contents that press upward from the Unconscious. Masses are always breeding grounds of psychic epidemics.” – Carl G. Jung Mind Control. It’s easier than you think! Anybody can do it. Don’t believe me? You don’t think everybody has the power to control […]
Mado, Guest Waking Times Aliens Abduct Egos, Not Souls Contactees boast of their special relationship with STO (Service-to-Others) aliens. Abductees claim that they are forcefully taken, then physically and psychologically abused by STS (Service-to-Self) aliens. Milabs (military abduct-tees) receive similar treatments from black project personnel. Specialists tell us that millions of humans are presently involved […]
Zen Gardner, Guest Waking Times We have free will, a majestic gift of choice coupled with conscious awareness at a level that seems to be unique to creation. All of creation has its own vibrational attributes, but humanity has been gifted in a very special way. Whether we utilize this gift consciously or not appears […]
Personocratia, Contributor Waking Times Canadian citizens are guaranteed rights and privileges that the inhabitants of many other countries envy. Yet, with worsening working conditions, increasing taxation, crumbling public services, lowering food quality, and an ever-increasing national debt, my old rose-colored glasses cannot hide the truth anymore. Despite the six million laws regulating Canadians, I have never […]
Antony Sammeroff, Contributor Waking Times Most of us are trapped in a prison of our own substance and we don’t even know what the bars are made of. They are not of our circumstances, or even of our reactions to them per se. More often than not they are the fear of our own emotions. […]