Robert Bruce will soon appear on Dreamland again, and while Whitley and Anne Strieber are in England exploring crop circles, we return to an all-time classic program with Robert about approaching the astral realm in a whole new way. His book, Mastering Astral Projection, is among the very best written about this subject. What is most surprising is that its program of exercises and meditations actually works. Then Linda interviews the maverick inventor whose “angel light” invention has the whole scientific community waiting for the other shoe to drop! Robert Bruce is back with new adventures and a new book, and this time he’s approaching the astral realm in a whole new way. His latest book, Mastering Astral Projection, is among the very best written about this subject.
At the Dreamland Festival, Whitley Strieber guided us in a meditation that many participants found to be the most powerful experience of its kind that they have ever had, as Whitley opened our minds to the energies all around us, gently enabling many of us to really feel their power for the first time.
For our subscribers, he re-creates this mediation. Find out what it really means to be conscious of the galactic center. This is a living universe, and some people are capable of opening the door to its secrets.
Marla Frees’s psychic performance at the Dreamland Festival was incredible and extremely powerful. This week, we begin a two part series on what happened as the performance unfolded, and what Anne Strieber found out from participants after it was over.
Next week, Whitley Strieber and Marla Frees will discuss how he BECAME a medium during her performance, and he will describe the life-changing event that happened to him while Marla was working with other members of her audience.
This is unusual and powerful material. Psychic events of rare intensity and even more rare provability happened on that day, and this is our effort to share some of the power of what happened with those who were unable to attend.
Scientists are still trying to create an invisibility cloak. Researchers have found ways to use magnetic resonance to capture rays of visible light and route them around objects, rendering those objects invisible to the human eye.
Electrical engineer Elena Semouchkina is developing a nonmetallic cloak that uses identical glass resonators a special type of glass which does not conduct electricity. This cloak makes objects hit by tiny infrared waves disappear from view.
Earlier attempts by other researchers used metal rings and wires. “Ours is the first to do the cloaking of cylindrical objects with glass,” Semouchkina says.