Having grown up in a journalistic family (my folks ran a small-town newspaper in Colorado), I’ve followed the news all my life in an effort to keep a pulse on things. In recent years I find myself filtering the latest news according to what I regard as the real human story, based on what I’ve learned mostly through ITC and related research.
Here are some examples.
Eden Rubble On Mars
Reviving Ancient Life Forms
Global warming, like most crises, may have some opportunities. Ancient life forms that have been buried under arctic ice for tens of thousands of years are suddenly making themselves known.
This is by far the oldest terrestrial life form ever to be rejuvenated, so independent scientists are suppressing their enthusiasm until further tests are done.
I’m confident that advanced life was flourishing on Earth 4 billion years ago, when superhuman Edenites were colonizing our world. The colonists became marooned here after the destruction of their home world and set about nurturing terrestrial life and charting a course for the evolution of humankind.
As a result, life on Earth (and humanity in particular) has a rich, flourishing history tracing back billions of years, and it will all start to come together at a quickening pace in the coming years as science uncovers more clues like the narrow-leaf campion.
Engineering at the Atomic Level
As microchips continue to get ever smaller and more densely populated by digital circuits, scientists now have developed a working transistor using a single phosphorus atom placed on a silicon crystal. For someone like me who’s spent most of his adult life involved in the high-tech industry, this is big news… maybe a big step toward quantum computing.
ITC contacts from The Seven ethereals suggest that the ancient Edenites and their latter-day descendants, the Titans of Atlantis, were accomplished at microcosmic engineering. We modern humans, with our comparatively short lifespans and intellectual gifts, are quickly rediscovering the knowledge lost by our superhuman ancestors.
Contending with Our Noble-Savage Nature
As one of many species of social animals, how social are we, really? How strong is our noble side in relation to our savage side? When kids get together, how well do they share the marbles? When adults live together, how well do the rich share with the poor?
Behavioral scientists in Germany are studying a situations in human affairs that seem to promote or obstruct altruistic behavior among us humans. When kids cooperate on a task, they share the rewards. When they work independently they tend to horde.
This simple finding, if given the attention it deserves, could have tremendous impact on social and political systems in the future. It could bring together the best qualities of capitalism and communism… of democracy and autocracy… in order to create social and political systems best suited to our noble-savage nature… striking that perfect balance between people’s need for freedom and society’s need for stability.
(Note: I’m planning my next article series, which will take a closer look at the spirit face photographs I gathered over the years using the luminator and a Polaroid camera… and what I learned from those pictures about our nature has multidimensional human beings. I hope to launch that series next month… so stay tuned. MM)
Other articles about science and the human spirit:
Science and NDEs — Foreign-accent syndrome — Measuring maya — Asteroids pummeled Earth for 2 billion years — Exoplanets and the prospect we’re not alone! — Mysteries of Eden — Combat killing and the human spirit — Aurora theater tragedy — News in perspective — A life and afterlife debate