Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Buddhism and more: "Coast to Coast" (audio)

Wisdom Quarterly; Art Bell with David Wilcock and Ven. Mandelker
New Buddha erected to ward off tsunamis in Sri Lanka (Paveldobrovsky)
Art Bell used to tackle the most fascinating topics in the early days of a paranormal network that now has more than 550 stations.
A Buddhist on Coast to Coast
Last week looked at Zen. Once the first American Buddhist monk in Burma, Alan Clements, was featured. Buddhism has come up a lot. And long ago former Buddhist monk Dr. Scott Mandelker was a frequent guest. The reborn American psychic Edgar Cayce, now David Wilcock, was on in the past and on tonight. He completed his Ph.D. in East West Psychology from CIIS in San Francisco. He combines eclectic Western psychology with intensive study of Eastern religions. This follows years of formal training in US and Asian Buddhist temples (in Japanese Zen and Thai Theravada). After leaving monastic life, Scott earned a BA in Buddhist Studies from Naropa Institute in Colorado. He has published essays on the spiritual meaning of ET contact and the UFO presence. His interest in the phenomenon of ET identity developed from years of meditation, personal experience, and extensive study of New Age material. Focusing on the reality of cosmic contact and human life at the turn of the millennium, his first book, From Elsewhere: Being ET in America, focuses on those who have uncovered their cosmic roots. His second book, Universal Vision: Soul Evolution and the Cosmic Plan, integrates Buddhist and Eastern wisdom with the metaphysics of ET contact, UFO agendas, and global transformation. More

Saturday, May 5, 2012 
New Jupiter Mission to Target Alien Oceans
ESA probe, expected to launch in 2022, will examine Jupiter's icy moons. — National Geographic News
Groundbreaking new study provides insight into the canine mind. — Wired
Researchers contend that those who see 'auras' have the medical condition known as synesthesia. — Medical Xpress
Longtime PA paranormal researcher reports on a trio of bizarre cryptid sightings. —
Examining the 1958 incident a four ton nuke was jettisoned by the Air Force and remains lost to this day. —
Friday, May 4, 2012
An examination of data gathered reveals deposits that, on Earth, are only created by water moving through rock. —
Bird was returned to his home in Tokyo. — Newser
In a case where biology is stranger than fiction, the parasite of the zombie-ant fungus is itself a fungus. —
Whether they're conventional planes, experimental stealth technology or truly unexplained vehicles, reports continue to surface. — Huffington Post
Fish, shrimp, and crabs are missing eyes and suffering strange deformities. — The Week
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Nearly 15 percent of people worldwide believe the world will end during their lifetime and 10 percent think the Mayan calendar could signify it will happen in 2012. — Reuters
Legendary Australian performance artist Stelarc is known for going to extremes, from aggressive voluntary surgeries to robotic third arms. — Underwire
The European Space Agency (ESA) is to mount a billion-euro mission to Jupiter and its icy moons. — BBC News
The Pennsylvania researcher comments on Bigfoot sightings, and their connections to UFOs. —
Most people are able to recall big moments in their lives, but a select few are able to recall minute details of almost every day. —
Norwegian expressionist Edvard Munch's The Scream has become the most expensive artwork sold at auction. — BBC News
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
According to researchers, the next eruption may not wipe out half of the United States as what a previous study suggested. — Gizmodo
During sleep, cells firing in your brain are very much awake, sparking enough energy to produce vivid dreams. — LiveScience
The motorcycle owner was tracked down by a Harley-Davidson representative. — CBC News
Researchers studying Oetzi, a frozen 5,300-year-old body, have found red blood cells around his wounds. — BBC News
Because this month's full moon coincides with the moon's perigee — its closest approach to Earth — it will also be the year's biggest. —
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Automata are mechanical moving figures; throughout history their lifelike movements have fascinated such creative minds as Da Vinci and Faberge. — BBC News
Two experts offer different views on neuroscience and the human condition. — The Observer
The fifth and last of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology live webcam's great blue heron chicks should hatch any minute now. — Wired
The author expounds on such topics as ancient aliens, UFOs, the New World Order agenda, and technology and surveillance run amok. — Binnall of America
Karla Turner was an outspoken voice for abductees' rights and never wavered in her belief that the aliens were an evil, invasive force. — UFO Digest
The insect used a long proboscis to feed on the blood of dinosaurs, with a bite that would have been unusually painful. — Science Daily
Monday, April 30, 2012 
Astronomers find new planet capable of supporting life
The planet lies in what they describe as a 'habitable zone,' neither too near its sun to dry out or too far away which freezes it. — The Telegraph
Researchers examined a 2,900-year-old mummy using X-rays, CT and magnetic resonance imaging. — LiveScience
Invisible dark matter particles may regularly pass through our bodies. —

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