There is no apparent relationship between this week’s Dreamland and the show that will air next week, but, in fact, the two are profoundly related because they end two related controversies, which are, without question, the most important in the world.

The scientific community and the mass media will not react. Nobody is going to send up rockets. On the surface, the world will not change. But for those of us who are living and working at the leading edge of knowledge, everything has just changed.
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Mike Bara, the co-author with Richard Hoagland of Dark Mission, discusses his new interest in the spiritual world after a powerful spiritual experience on December 9, 2009. He discovered that what had happened to him was related to the Mayan Calendar, and he is now exploring the physics of conscious thought and working on a new book about this subject.

This discussion is as much about consciousness as it is about the significance of the physics of spin in drawing higher energies.

What might a pulse of energy coming from the center of the galaxy actually mean, physically? Will it change our world and our lives? Is NASA concerned about it?

Mike Bara’s website is
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Your brain actually shrinks in winter, and now that spring is coming it’s expanding again. However, as you age, your personality may be what prevents it from returning to normal size in the spring. And neuroscientists say they can alter your ethics by manipulating your brain (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this fascinating show!).

Neuroscientists who studied the MRIs and the personalities of a group of people between the ages of 44 and 88 found lower amounts of gray matter in the frontal and medial temporal brain regions of people who tested as being extremely self-involved compared with higher amounts of gray matter in people who paid more attention to the needs of others.
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Odd things are often discovered in ordinary places. The mysterious Elmendorf Beast, last seen Texas, has been captured in China.

It was trapped by hunters after they heard rumors of a “strange hairless bear” roaming the countryside. The April 5th edition of the Telegraph quotes hunter Lu Chin as saying, “It looks a bit like a bear but it doesn’t have any fur and it has a tail like a kangaroo.” They plan to do DNA tests on the creature in order to try to identify it.

Coming up soon: A special Dreamland show on new DNA tests that have been done on “John Smith’s” implant (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show).
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