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    Science of Consciousness, Arctic Hollow Earth Expedition - Brooks Agnew


    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IK8i0C22rxA


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    Part 1: Science of Consciousness, Arctic Hollow Earth Expedition
    Part 2: Rise of the Clinton Crime Syndicate

    This is part 1 of 2 with Scientist, Author, and Futurist Brooks Agnew. He shares how he matched science to consciousness to better understand how the "Secret" actual works. Many have followed without results due to lack of understand, Brooks claims. This interview he explains how consciousness is the key to understanding and taking control of your own life. He also explains his mission to the Arctic to explore the legend of the hollow earth theory that has begun to have more legs. Recent findings, such as a deep under the crust ocean and new understanding of gravity, has pointed to the Earth being hollow.

    Learn more about Brooks Agnew at http://x2-radio.com/ "

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    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6mg09lD7uk


    "Published on Mar 14, 2018 by Sarah Westall"

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    Very interesting: "The Golden Mean is the resonance of increase in the universe."

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    I distinctly remember hearing self-taught theoretical physicist Nassim Haramein say something very similar in one of the presentations by him that I saw years ago on YouTube. I tried to locate it on YouTube but I couldn't find it.

    It may have had something to do with what he pointed out about the Earth's movement in relation to the Sun—the fact that we're not going round and round the Sun the way we're taught in school—we're actually moving in a spiral following the Sun, and this scenario means that we're never in the same place in the Cosmos. How that would affect consciousness I can't remember, and I'm not sure that was the context at all.

    Anyway, Nassim made the same point Brooks made, that if we re-visit, that is, go back in time to a previous emotional trauma in our life, we can then release it, and change our present consciousness.

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    Anyway, Nassim made the same point Brooks made, that if we re-visit, that is, go back in time to a previous emotional trauma in our life, we can then release it, and change our present consciousness.
    This is something done in dream work. We are not bound by space or time in the Dreamtime. Emotional healing, soul retrieval, etc. can be done from the liminal state.

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    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    . . . liminal . . .
    You taught me a new word; I had to go to the dictionary.

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    Quote Originally posted by KeepTrying View Post
    You taught me a new word; I had to go to the dictionary.
    Yeah, "please join me at the club called Discovering New Words."
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    I raised my child and also was a teacher and a tutor and a day care provider. During that time I learned to express myself in very concise and simple and understandable ways. It's a great skill.

    And my vocabulary became small and/or rusty. I feel like only now, after a decade away from the classroom, I've finally got an adult vocabulary back. It feels good, like moving muscles that haven't moved in a while.

    Brain pathways.

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    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    I raised my child and also was a teacher and a tutor and a day care provider. During that time I learned to express myself in very concise and simple and understandable ways. It's a great skill.

    And my vocabulary became small and/or rusty. I feel like only now, after a decade away from the classroom, I've finally got an adult vocabulary back. It feels good, like moving muscles that haven't moved in a while.

    Brain pathways.
    Whatever is true. Whatever is noble. Whatever is right. Whatever is lovely. Whatever is admirable. Anything of excellence and worthy of praise. Dwell on these things. Jesus Christ (I agree)

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    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    I raised my child and also was a teacher and a tutor and a day care provider.
    I used to talk to my kids a lot raising them, too, and I taught 8th grade English for seven years as one of my careers.

    I agree with you that using simple and precise language is a great skill—it gives one a better chance to be understood.

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    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    I raised my child and also was a teacher and a tutor and a day care provider. During that time I learned to express myself in very concise and simple and understandable ways. It's a great skill.
    This must be why I can understand Dreamy so well!

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    What is Nassim doing nowadays, been a quiet boy.

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    I distinctly remember hearing self-taught theoretical physicist Nassim Haramein say something very similar in one of the presentations by him that I saw years ago on YouTube. I tried to locate it on YouTube but I couldn't find it.

    It may have had something to do with what he pointed out about the Earth's movement in relation to the Sun—the fact that we're not going round and round the Sun the way we're taught in school—we're actually moving in a spiral following the Sun, and this scenario means that we're never in the same place in the Cosmos. How that would affect consciousness I can't remember, and I'm not sure that was the context at all.

    Anyway, Nassim made the same point Brooks made, that if we re-visit, that is, go back in time to a previous emotional trauma in our life, we can then release it, and change our present consciousness.

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    Here's a new interview with Brooks.


    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4dcv36nfQw



    Brooks is a multi-patented engineer and a six-time Amazon best-selling author of nine books. He holds a Bachelors in Chemistry. A Masters in Statistics and a Doctorate in Physics. He is an internationally acclaimed lecturer on energy, manufacturing, and more; as well as the host of X-Squared Radio- still going strong since 2005. Brooks was here about 3 years ago, talking about his work with a company producing affordable electric vehicles as well as the very real science that supports a Hollow Earth and his heading of an expedition through uncharted Arctic territory to prove it once and for all.
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    Brooks was on Richard's show. I found this fun and interesting. He's working on another expedition with a Russian ship. Next summer perhaps.


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    Except that Earth isn't hollow, any more than that it would be flat.
    = DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR =

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