We heard some presentations from the Tesla Science Foundation 2nd Annual Conference last month. I want to continue to convey or impart some of the information that was shared at this event. What grabbed my attention was a presentation by a school principle on the setting up of what’s called an inventions curriculum. It’s about teaching young children to be inventive and creative by using the model of studying real people specifically the inventor Nikola Tesla.
Archive for the ‘geoengineering’ Category
In January of this year we spoke with Don Croft about the quiet build up of microwave antenna towers, radar domes and multiple ionospheric heater sites. In the last 10 years our environment has been saturated with electromagnetic smog interfering with the base frequency of life on the planet. Yes, cell phone and other modern communication systems are carried on these towers, but there is more to the story.
To briefly review and connect the past shows on this topic, last year in June, Dr Konstantin Korotkov was on the show confirming that orgone energy can be measured using GDV cameras that he helped develop. We’ve also examined in a 3 part series, orgone energy as it relates to the man who discovered it, research physician and scientist Wilhelm Reich. Orgone energy has been described as a biological energy in living substances that can coalesce to create organization on all scales, within the microscopic it’s called bions, and within the macroscopic structures, orgone energy would be clouds, and to even larger forms such as galaxies.
Over the years, the science and interpretation of orgone has branched out into various groups and has taken the form as a global effort of people crafting their own pieces of orgonite made from crystals, metallic shavings and resin. There’s a formula to this including modifying Reich’s work in creating tower busters. The topics and viewpoints in this interview may be very subjective to some listeners.
Guest – Carol Croft with EthericWarriors.com joins us to discuss positive orgone energy, death towers and deadly orgone energy.
Educator and activist Cindy Pikoulas gives an update on the push back against Common Core Education Reform.
We’re living in a country with full knowledge that its government and corporations have been allowed to access private data of its citizens. A critical breach in any democracy. Personal computer data, financial and travel data, information about your relationships, your buying habits, what you eat are some examples of what is being collected and stored in data bases about you. How is knowledge of the surveillance state effecting people’s behavior, our culture and the so-called democracies around the world?
Our guest Executive Director of the National Lawyers Guild and co-host of Law and Disorder radio attorney Heidi Boghosian has written a powerful book titled Spying on Democracy: Government Surveillance, Corporate Power, and Public Resistance. She has detailed how the government acquires your information from many sources such as telecommunications companies and compiles a digital dossier on you. All of this information can then be pulled up for the authorities at any time without your knowledge.
The media is saturated with stories on the many aspects of government surveillance and corporate spying. Many are outraged, some are indifferent and meanwhile corporations are making profits, big profits. Some argue we’ve traded our privacy for the two magic selling points – security and convenience. Are we to blame? Did we create this ourselves? If so, could we undo it or is it too late? But also, what has it done to our ability to dissent and become effective activists?
Guest – Heidi Boghosian, executive director of the National Lawyers Guild. She is the co-host of the weekly civil liberties radio show Law and Disorder on Pacifica’s WBAI in New York and over 60 national affiliates. She received her JD from Temple Law School where she was the editor-in-chief of the Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review. She also holds an MS from Boston University and a BA from Brown University.