Former British police officer and professional investigator Michael Feeley returns with a new inquiry into our lost past. He explores the world of hidden symbols and the secret meanings of words in a very new way, seeking to extract the truth from the layers of deception that seem to conceal the deep reality behind human life and human consciousness.
Go on a journey that seeks, for example, to understand the Great Pyramid as a representation of the anatomy of the human brain, and to penetrate deep into world of encoded messages and initiation languages spoken only by an elect.
What is consciousness and why does it matter whether or not we know? The truth is that our most basic understanding of who we are and what our fate may be depends on the answers to those two questions, and in this week’s show Ervin Laszlo, one of the great thinkers and philosophers of our time, returns to Dreamland to tell us about the newest research into such things as whether or not consciousness lives only in the brain, and, if it is nonlocal, then what is the meaning of human life and the fate of a human being?
The profound impact of the technology of social networking on our culture, especially social media juggernaut Facebook, is a phenomenon that is unique in human history, allowing friends, loved ones, and even complete strangers to connect from disparate corners of the interweb. Conversely, it has also been used to spread disinformation, such as in the case of Russian hackers meddling in the 2016 US presidential election, and for many it has also become the object of addictive behavior.