Live in the present moment wisely and earnestly

11 yr Old Went to Heaven and Back, and Tells What He Saw!


Håkan Nordkvist he traveled into the future

This is a diagram of a wormhole

Scientist photographed soul leaving the body in death 2nd part

Dr Korotkov

Dr. Korotkov

Konstantin G. Korotkov, Ph.D., Professor

Konstantin Korotkov has the following positions:
• Deputy Director of Saint-Petersburg Federal Research Institute of Physical Culture.
• Professor of Computer Science and Biophysics at Saint-Petersburg Federal University of Informational Technologies, Mechanics and Optics.
• Professor of Research in Saint Petersburg Academy of Physical Culture.
• President of the International Union for Medical and Applied Bioelectrography.
• Consultant for Aveda Co (USA).
• Member of the Editorial Board: «Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine», “Journal of Science of Healing Outcomes”.

He is the author of 9 books; Most of them are translated to English, French, German, Italian and Spanish, including Light After Life: Experiments and Ideas on After-Death Changes of Kirlian Pictures, USA 1998. Aura and Consciousness – New Stage of Scientific Understanding, Russian Ministry of Culture, 1998. Human Energy Fields: Study with GDV Bioelectrography, USA 2002. Spiral Traverse, (USA?) 2006. An editor of the book: Measuring Energy Fields: State of the Art. GDV Bioelectrography series, USA 2004.

His scientific line, known as the Electrophotonics, is based on Gas Discharge Visualization technique (GDV), is a breakthrough beyond Kirlian photography for direct, real-time viewing of the human energy fields. This new technology allows one to capture by a special camera the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual energy emanating to and from an individual, plants, liquids, powders, inanimate objects and translate this into a computerized model. This allows researcher and client to see imbalances that may be influencing an individual’s well-being greatly facilitating the diagnosis of the CAUSE of any existing imbalances showing the area of the body and the organ systems involved. One of the greatest benefits to date is the ability to do “real-time” measurements of a variety of treatments for such conditions as cancer to determine which is the most appropriate for the client.

The incredible implications for the diagnosis and treatment of physical, emotional, mental and spiritual conditions with applications in medicine, psychology, sound therapy, biophysics, genetics, forensic science, agriculture, ecology etc. have only just begun.

The EPC/GDV technique is accepted by Russian Ministry of Health as a Medical technology and certified in Europe. More than 1000 doctors, practitioners and researchers benefit from using this technology worldwide. More than 150 papers are published on GDV in (how many) different countries.

Human Light's System 

(While google-ing for Dr Korotkov’s info, found there was a Nikolai Korotkov back 1900. He was was a Russian surgeon, a pioneer of 20th century vascular surgery, and the inventor of auscultatory technique for blood pressure measurement.  )



Bioelectric Photography – Real Science or Pseudoscience? – Comments

Comment 1 by chalkers

Pseudoscience.If you look at some of the imagery used in the video was pictures of Chakras.

It was vague too. Like “feeding into a computer” as if it’s a magic box that could interpret whats wrong? How? Saying that each finger scan is responsible for interpreting different parts of the body sounds bogus. How is that even possible?

It all has this smell of the What the bleep do we know? about it about altering our reality or environment.

What “energy” is being discussed? What is meant by the “environment”? How exactly can it be “shaped”? None of these questions are answered in the video, instead vague statements are made with some titillating technology photos.

Exactly. Pseudoscience.

It sounds dangerous too with the “early diagnosis” of cancer and heart disease via finger scans.

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You don’t need God to be good . . . or generous (also in Polish)

Added: Saturday, 07 July 2012 at 10:49 PM

Freethinkers, atheists, agnostics, secular humanists – whatever name non-believers go under, they are not America’s most popular minority. They are also, by the way, not a small minority. According to Gallup in 2011, and Pew in 2012, they comfortably outnumber Mormons, Muslims, Jews, Hindus and Buddhists all put together. One reason for our unpopularity is the widespread belief that you need God in order to be good. Going along with that bizarre misconception is the further belief that atheists are less generous than religious people, less philanthropic, less likely to donate to charity. Even if that were the case it would of course have no bearing on the veracity of religious beliefs. But as a matter of fact it probably is not the case . Not only are America’s three most generous philanthropists non-believers, there is good evidence that subscribers to atheistic group fundraising efforts are at least as generous as religious donors. I would hypothesise that the difference in giving between the religious and nonreligious is negligible if you only count donations to pure charity and discount donations to atheist advocacy organisations, or to churches (including tithes) and “charities” that unscrupulously use their resources to proselytise rather than bestow real charitable benefits.

Incidentally, the automatic exemption of churches from tax is a disgrace. Nobody denies that some churches do charitable work. But that doesn’t mean that any organisation should automatically qualify for tax-free status simply by calling itself a church. Each church organisation separately should make the case that it does charitable work, just as anybody else has to when seeking tax exemption. Fat-cat evangelical pastors with tax-free mansions and private jets are an obscenity. Indefensible.

Examples of charitable relief efforts set up by non-believers in recent years include the Skeptics and Humanists Aid and Relief Effort, organised by the admirable Center for Inquiry; and the Humanist Charities operated by the American Humanist Association. At the time of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science set up Non-Believers Giving Aid (NBGA). Entirely through the website, NBGA raised more than half a million dollars (for Doctors Without Borders and the Red Cross) in less than a month, almost all of it in the form of small donations from thousands of individual subscribers, passed on in their entirety, with no deductions for expenses, handling changes etc.

The most ambitious example of such an initiative for non-believing donors has just been launched by the atheist activist and philanthropist Todd Stiefel. The Stiefel family has pledged to match up to half a million dollars, which would bring in a target total of a million dollars in aid of cancer research through Foundation Beyond Belief.

Such generosity, you might have thought, would have been welcomed with open arms by any cancer charity. The fact is, however, that the American Cancer Society turned it down – for reasons that, to say the least, are unclear. Could this be revealing? Mr Stiefel himself has been too polite to draw the obvious inference, but the twists and turns of the ACS’s mysterious refusal of money are dissected in two articles by Greta Christina, in AlterNet: “Is Atheist Money Too Controversial for the American Cancer Society?” and “Has the American Cancer Society Been Caught Covering Up a Rejection of Atheist Money” . If Christina’s thesis is even half right, the fact that atheists are so generous is even more remarkable. Could it be that they achieve their generosity in the teeth of difficulties put in their way by charities who ought to be welcoming their money with gratitude? Could it be that, far from deserving their uncharitable reputation, atheists have that reputation undeservedly thrust upon them in a way that is almost comically ironic.

Fortunately this particular story has a happy ending. Unlike the American Cancer Society, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society are only too happy to do the right thing and accept Mr Stiefel’s offer in the spirit of happy to do the right thing and accept Mr Stiefel’s offer in the spirit of selfless generosity with which he made it. In addition to ordinary donations, Todd Stiefel has set up Foundation Beyond Belief (FBB) as the rallying point for local freethought, atheist and secular humanist groups to create teams to participate in “Light the Night” walks. I am proud to say that the US branch of the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science (RDFRS) is an official supporter of the project, and I am also delighted to learn that FBB has decided that their 2012 effort will be dedicated to the memory of my friend Christopher Hitchens. Details of the project can be found here. I encourage all non-believers to go to this site and donate, or better yet, join the team as a fundraiser to multiply the power of our efforts.

You can contribute to the Freethought Beyond Belief team, secure in the knowledge that the Stiefel family will double your gift to a very good cause – a charity which is happy to accept that atheists and freethinkers are full human beings whose generous impulses are at least as sincere as those of the religious.

Infinite Bliss (low Alpha binaural beats) Unisonic Ascension

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Infinite Bliss available on CD or mp3 download.
Ambient Electro-Acoustic “illume in essence” Music & beautiful trippy visuals with 8 Hz Alpha binaural beat frequencies by Unisonic Ascension.
This track is from Unison Vol 2.

Binaural Beats used with Stereo Headphones stimulate; brain entrainment, instant relaxation, emotional balance, healing and well-being and heightened states of consciousness.

Binaural beats; a sonic alternative medicine. A dependable relaxation tool for resolving depression and anxiety and provides support to make meditation easy.

Binaural Beats are a scientifically proven brain entrainment process that slowly started to gain recognition after an article called, “Auditory Beats in the Brain”, by Dr Gerald Oster, was published in the October 1973 edition of Scientific America.

Binaural beats work by sending two different Hz frequencies, to each ear via stereo headphones causing the left and right Brain hemispheres to work in unison to hear a phantom frequency or third tone, the centered Hz difference between the two tones. The Hz separations cerate a constant gentle beat and its timing and pulse match the Hz separation per second.

Unisonic Ascension incorporate several types of brain entrainment and audio psychology processes into their; sound therapy / audio therapy and blended with beautiful music you will go, beyond meditation.

Music by illume in essence

Binaural beats are a scientifically proven brain entrainment process that slowly started to gain recognition after an article called, “Auditory Beats in the Brain”, by Dr Gerald Oster, was published in the October 1973 edition of Scientific America. However; binaural beats were initially discovered in 1839 by H. W. Dove, a German experimenter.

illumeinessence in reply to Rizan Hameed (Show the comment) 6 days ago in playlist Uploaded videos


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