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Cell Phone Radiation Is Probably Cooking Your Brain and Balls (and What You Can Do About It)

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Kevin Kunze is the filmmaker behind Mobilize, an investigative documentary exploring the negative long-term health effects of cell phone radiation. The film examines recent scientific research, follows national legislative efforts, and exposes the influence that technology companies have on public health.

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This is an unfortunate rabbit hole my friends, because I love me some technology. I’m constantly ranting about it, tweeting about it, or manipulating it in some manner. It’s certainly not lost on me that without it, this show and this site wouldn’t even exist in the first place. I’ll even go out on a limb and say that technology and the insatiable, uniquely human, desire to continually lift our circumstances is intimately intertwined with the destiny of mankind (if that’s a thing).

As Terence McKenna put it:

“Technology is the real skin of our species… We take in matter that has a low degree of organization; we put it through mental filters, and we extrude jewelry, gospels, space shuttles.

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The Therapeutic Power Of MDMA w/ Dr. Ben Sessa ~ ATTMind Radio Ep. 10

headshot ben sessa w textDr. Ben Sessa is a leader in the field of Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy (particularly MDMA) in the UK. Specializing in psychiatry, child psychiatry, and pharmacology, he’s been using his medical degree to research psychedelics for the last 10 years.

Join us in this episode as we go into the current face of psychedelics in academia, the life cycle of childhood trauma to PTSD, the potential of psychedelics to treat PTSD, as well as the neurophysiological mechanisms and potentials of not only MDMA but also LSD, Psilocybin, and Ketamine.

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Ashton Robertson on Project Bring Me to Life

From the Project Bring Me to Life podcast:

In Episode 52 Selomon and Shantastic Shine speak with meditation music producer Ashton Robertson about music and vibrations such as the Solfeggio Frequencies that are said to repair DNA.

Ashton Robertson is a producer, musician and starseed and is currently working on Cloudz, a project he started with an intentional to help heal the world. You can find out more about his meditation music by visiting http://cloudz444.bandcamp.com/album/vibrational-beings.

Learn about his other project Spaceship Earth.

Don’t forget to subscribe to us on YouTube, tweet us @PBM2L and subscribe to our website www.projectbringmetolife.com.

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Islam, Freemasonry, and Revolution: A Podcast at Occult of Personality

crescent-frontFrom the middle of the 19th century, Islam and Freemasonry came to be connected in strange but significant ways that, ultimately, helped shape the world we are living in today. Prominent Muslims that were Freemasons, at least for a period, include Shaykh Quilliam, founder of the first mosque in Britain; Sayyid Jamal ad-Din al-Afghani, founder of anti-colonial politics in the Middle East; and Muhammad Abduh, theologian.

Moreover, ideas about Islam — and more especially about Sufism — also influenced a range of esoteric thinkers, societies and fraternities in the West, including the prominent Ancient Arabic Order of The Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.

I recently spoke to Greg Kaminsky, publisher of the excellent Occult of Personality podcast about this subject. If you’re interested in Freemasonry, Islamic esotericism, and politics, you can check out the podcast here.

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Michael Garfield on Project Bring Me to Life

Selomon and Shantastic Shine interview Michael Garfield for episode #51 of the Project Bring Me to Life Podcast:

Michael Garfield is a writer, visionary artist, musician and philosopher. He writes for Globalish, an online news platform that explores the world of video and human conversation through the lens of non-separation and non-duality.

We speak with Michael about his background in writing, what type of articles he covers for Globalish, which includes a seeker’s path view at cultural futurism and literary critique of the artful video world.

Find more about Michael at here.

Interesting Articles by Michael on Globalish.com:

http://life.globalish.com/soul-mates-cell-mates-the-blessing-the-curse-of-other-people/

http://art.globalish.com/hot-chips-time-travel-shenanigans-in-the-koan-tastic-i-need-you-now-video/

http://art.globalish.com/how-new-yorks-projection-napping-turns-the-city-inside-out/

http://art.globalish.com/is-the-music-video-our-generations-tibetan-book-of-the-dead/

Link to the Jellyfish Painting we discuss in short:

https://michaelgarfield.myshopify.com/collections/2015/products/watermelon-tourmaline-medusa

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Surfing the Liminal Aether with Bruce Damer Ph.D

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Bruce Damer with Terence McKenna in 1999.

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Dr. Bruce Damer is a multi-disciplinary scientist and a (proud) woo-drenched renaissance man. He researches evolutionary biology, especially focusing on the murky questions surrounding the origin of life. Damer also designs asteroid-wrangling spacecrafts and is an expert in computer science who has spent decades researching emergent, lifelike virtual systems.

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Why is it that we’re always searching for someone to tell us answers? We have an obsession with experts, scientists, teachers — gurus of all sorts. As long as I can remember, I’ve been under the impression that learning and knowledge come from some sort of external source, but what if that’s entirely backward? 

What if all of the answers are right there inside of you, somewhere within your own deepest murk just waiting to be discovered? Perhaps great men are simply skilled facilitators of knowledge and learning, while the actual evolving and growth is wholly incumbent upon the individual.Read the rest

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Drew Phoria on Project Bring Me to Life

Shantastic Shine and Selomon interview performance artist Drew Phoria at Metta Morphosis 2015 for episode #50 of the Project Bring Me to Life podcast.

Drewphoria is a solo acoustic artist and plays with his band “Ohm Towne Heroes” from Kalamazoo, MI. He is also a performance artist as well as a hoop performer, character artist, and an Avatar of joy with the Big Fun Circus. His goal is to inspire your mind and liven up your spirit!

We speak with him about two of his characters the singing lion and Spaceman, his background in theater along with two live performances for the PBM2L podcast!

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Natural Sex & The Distinguished Man w/ Sasha Cobra ~ ATTMind Radio Ep. 8

Sash cobra promo picThis week's guest is Sasha Cobra, internationally-recognized teacher on human sexuality and what it means to act in alignment with one's authenticity.

With a lucid quality, Sasha articulates a model for human integrity as it pertains to Relating, Sexuality and Spirituality. We also discuss masculine and feminine energies in the body and in the universe, the most common hurdle men and woman face in their early stages of maturation, how this model fits into the LGBT community, and what she means when she says "Natural Sexuality".

This was a great learning experience for me and I am grateful to share it with you.
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Sean Kramer on Project Bring Me to Life

Selomon and Shantastic Shine interview Sean Kramer for episode #49 of the Project Bring Me to Life Podcast:

Sean lived as a monk and hermit for nearly 20 years. He teaches classes on world religions, philosophy, fairy tales, the Bible, Asian art and culture, art history.

In this episode of the podcast we get his story of how he met a monk and traveled to the monastery and eventually became a monk. He speaks about experiences, what they wore, and what it was like living as a monk.

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