In Fourth Way tradition, sometimes the master of a Fourth Way school will administer a shock to their students. The shock takes the form of the teacher, in effect, holding a mirror up in front of the student and showing (or telling) the student: “This is what you are doing. This is how you are … Continue reading Shock administered!!! (by Mike Zonta, H.W., M.)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Dylan Thomas Thomas at the Gotham Book Mart,in New York City, 1952 Born Dylan Marlais Thomas27 October 1914Swansea, Wales, United Kingdom Died 9 November 1953 (aged 39)Greenwich Village, New York City, United States Resting place Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, Wales Occupation Poet and writer Spouse Caitlin Macnamara (m. 1937) Children Llewelyn Edouard Thomas (1939–2000)Aeronwy Bryn Thomas (1943–2009)Colm Garan … Continue reading Bio: Dylan Thomas
APPROVED FOR RELEASECIA HISTORICAL REVIEW PROGRAM22 SEPT 93 (cia.gov) Effects of narcosis and considerations relevant to its possible counterintelligence use. “TRUTH” DRUGS IN INTERROGATION George Bimmerle The search for effective aids to interrogation is probably as old as man’s need to obtain information from an uncooperative source and as persistent as his impatience to shortcut any tortuous … Continue reading “Truth” Drugs in Interrogation
Posted on June 4, 2020 by Ellen Brown (ellenbrown.com) More than 100 companies are competing to be first in the race to get a COVID-19 vaccine to market. It’s a race against time, not because the death rate is climbing but because it is falling – to the point where there will soon be too few subjects … Continue reading When Profits and Politics Drive Science: Rushing a Vaccine to Market for a Vanishing Virus
How some doctors are risking everything to unleash the healing power of MDMA, ayahuasca, and other hallucinogens. Rolling Stone|getpocket.com Mac McClelland Goni Montes for Rolling Stone. Dr. X is a dad. Appropriately – boringly – at 4:37 p.m. on a national holiday, he is lighting a charcoal grill, about to grab a pair of tongs with … Continue reading The Psychedelic Miracle
Don Juan and the Sorcerer’s Apprentice March 5, 1973 (nagualism.com) Glendower: “I can call spirits from the vasty deep“Hotspur: “Why so can I, or so can any man;”“But will they come when you do not call for them?“— Henry IV, Part I THE Mexican border is a great divide. Below it, the accumulated structures of … Continue reading Carlos Castaneda Time Magazine Interview
On Being with Krista Tippett September 19, 2019 (onbeing.org) Subscribe Science writer and reporter Erik Vance says today’s brain scientists are like astronomers of old: They’ve unsettled humanity’s sense of itself by redrawing our picture of the cosmos within our own heads. Vance has investigated the healing power of stories and the “theater of medicine” … Continue reading “The Drugs Inside Your Head” by Erik Vance
May 14, 2018 Issue (newyorker.com) The idea that authoritarianism attracts workers harmed by the free market, which emerged when the Nazis were in power, has been making a comeback. By Caleb Crain A new book blames authoritarianism on politicians entranced by the free market. Illustration by Alvaro Dominguez; photograph from iStock / Getty In London, in the nineteen-thirties, the émigré … Continue reading Is Capitalism a Threat to Democracy?