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The History and Future of Brown's Gas The History and Future of Brown's Gas

Date added: 08/14/2014
Date modified: 08/14/2014
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By Drs J. J. Hurtak and Desiree Hurtak. Research into Brown’s gas, or oxyhydrogen gas, continues apace around the world, with applications being explored in diverse fields including welding and automotive industries and even in the transmutation of nuclear waste.

Junk DNA: Doorway to Transformation Junk DNA: Doorway to Transformation

Date added: 08/09/2012
Date modified: 10/25/2012
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By Brendan D. Murphy.  Far from being non-coding and useless, so-called "junk" DNA can interact with zero-point energy and the morphic field, affecting our consciousness and also responding to changes in our states of mind.  It is even responsible for the emergence of language.

Solar Cycles and Earth's Weakening Magnetic Field Solar Cycles and Earth's Weakening Magnetic Field

Date added: 03/27/2009
Date modified: 03/27/2009
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By Alex Ansary. Solar Cycle 24 combined with a weakening of the Earth's magnetic field may have severe consequences for our planet's climate and electricity grid systems as well as human behaviour.

Induced After-Death Communication Induced After-Death Communication

Date added: 01/18/2008
Date modified: 05/02/2008
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By Michael E. Tymn. An information processing technique developed by US clinical psychologist Dr Allan Botkin allows people to access and overcome grief and to communicate telepathically with departed souls on "the other side".

Aches to Quakes:  Sensitives Who Predict Earthquakes Suffer Pain and Ridicule Aches to Quakes: Sensitives Who Predict Earthquakes Suffer Pain and Ridicule

Date added: 12/21/2007
Date modified: 05/02/2008
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By Larry A. Park. Mysterious Earth signals that are precursors to earthquakes and volcanic eruptions can be detected by "sensitives" whose physical symptoms can provide accurate warnings. Meanwhile, new technologies are being developed that can tune into these subtle energies.

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