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Repeating Numbers: simple coincidences or winks of the Universe?(Numerical Synchronicity)

The expression “Numerical Synchrony” or Repeating Numbers tries to define the apparent “coincidence” of observing the repetition of certain numbers, or sequences of numbers, in our lives: car registrations, figures in bureaucratic stationery of the most diverse nature, comments and quotes from third parties , addresses where we must attend for daily activities, the number repeating in the clock when we look at it, etc. Are they mere coincidences or is there an invisible force behind this phenomenon?

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One of the most typical examples is to wake up unexpectedly at dawn for several days and when looking at the alarm clock, see that it is about the same time.

Before this event, two interpretative tendencies tend to prevail. One attributes it to chance or, rather, to a certain “selective memory”, arguing that it is not so striking to look at the clock and record something as “09:12”, to do so and meet “13:13”. The other tendency gives it a purpose, a meaning, a message: it happens, it happens because of something. By simple economy of hypothesis it would be possible to suppose that the explanation is reduced to the first possibility, if it did not have an inescapable weakness: in fact, unless a certain “intuition” forces us to direct the sight and attention to the clock, each time we return Looking at it, we can not know in advance what time it will show, so that the fact that the correspondence of “significant numerical series” is repeated several times can not be due to chance precisely because it is random when we look at it.

Some critic will say that we watch the clock unconsciously hundreds of times in the day, and the attention selects those “memories” of significant numbers, worse against this mere assumption that fewer and fewer people use the wristwatch or search see the time in wall clocks to the detriment of checking your cell phone, a process that is more cumbersome (looking for it or taking it, sometimes pressing the key so it lights up, etc.) makes it happen when there is a real need to know the time . And that will happen maybe a dozen times a day, but not hundreds. And even more: despite the detriment in the use of personal watches (where we could discuss if unconsciously we do not look more often) this event (the “numerical synchrony”) is manifesting as inversely proportional to the use of the wristwatch.

Repeating Numbers

I know from having discussed it personally with some “rationalists”, that his theories based on the unconscious and repetitive look of the watches and a “selective attention” are not the product of a careful study but a simple assumption, a speculation, although we know that for the “rationalists” their assumptions are “testable theories” and those of others, that is, those of all others, unfounded speculations.

In my particular case, I would like to say first of all that I personally have nothing very interesting to say. Yes, it is true that in some cases I have been struck by the repetition, perhaps for a few days, of certain numbers, but the phenomenon does not reach in my life the degree of continuity, impact, significance that many have told me. I see the phenomenon as a researcher in third parties; I do not consider myself a protagonist of him, which is auspicious because he ejects me from the uncomfortable position of the feeling protagonist of something important. So, I have asked for the contest of people who say they have lived it and through the time I have gathered a small number of questionnaires to begin to issue some conclusions.

Did they give you the same locker number again?

I want here to point out an important fact. For the purposes of this article, only 25 readers have responded to me. There were dozens of those who expressed their interest because -they said- they would be able to interpret their own stories.

I have made available to anyone the questionnaire with which I have handled, that undoubtedly some of you will be able to improve if you want to deepen this study, and the little participation leaves me a bit bitter taste to think that some people are interested explanations that they do not contradict their individual approach. Critics will say that 25 cases is too small a sample to conclude anything, and I will only answer that, first, it is always better than just speculating from “I think …”, and secondly that, at least, I take the job to gather it, waiting for them, the critics, to do a better job. But as we already know that they are convinced that their opinions are more “scientific” and therefore, valid … why will they spend time and effort in doing their own research, however small

So, for those interested, let’s review the distributed questionnaire first:


1) Indicate which is the number (s) with which you have correspondences

2) Briefly describe the circumstances in which you find them.

3) Do you remember when and how did you notice this synchronicity for the first time?

4) Is it still occurring or has it ceased? If it is this second, when?

5) Does your manifestation correspond to certain situations, anecdotes, stages of your daily life?

6) In case of a positive response to (4), these correspondences tend to be grouped mostly in one of these planes ?: Labor. Economic (outside the labor). Affective. Physical Health. Mental health. Parapsychological, spiritual, “strange” events in general. Social (friendships, etc.)

7) Doing an estimative and conservative calculation, how many times have you found it since you began to observe its recurrence?

8) If you had to group it, in what percentage can you say that it accompanied positive events or situations in your life, and in what percentage to negative ones?

9) Have there been cases in which you have not noticed a positive correspondence or a negative in your life? How many -expressed in approximate percentages of the total-?

10) Would you say that it has favorably influenced your life? How?

11) What do you think would have happened – or what paths would you have taken – in those circumstances if those numbers had not “appeared”?

12) What is your personal explanation about the fact that these numbers are, and not others?

13) Do you think that they will continue to appear indefinitely or will they reappear – if they have ceased?

14) Do you allow this information to be used in an investigation to be publicly disclosed? (Indicate whether or not your data is reserved).

Most of the answers, given that they have to do with personal instances, do not have a greater quantitative value – although they are qualitative, since they speak a lot about the interviewee and their personal histories.

Allow me here to point out, for example, that with respect to question (4), 14 people say that synchronicities continue to the present, 6 that have ceased and 5 that appear erratically (For advocates of the theories of “selective attention”: Why would they cease or discontinue if, precisely, curiosity and fascination should increase over time?).

For the question (5) -and this is very important for those who suppose that it is the need to feel protagonist of “something important” is what feeds the correspondence- 21 they say that they do not see any correlation with significant facts, while 4 say that yes they did.

For question (8), the percentages given by the 25 are completely erratic and different, to the point that it is a trifle to try to group them in some way.

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Regarding the question (9), the huge majority -19 cases- confirms that there is no particular significant correspondence.

The same figure corresponds to the question (10): 19 comment that nothing has influenced (again, unexpected answers for those who assume that this is a favorable environment for the “mystical projections” of people), and 6 indicate that yes .

Question 11 shows that 22 people point out the perception that nothing would have changed in their lives if these events had not occurred. Again, an unexpected response for those who try to settle the matter with the argument that they are “games of the mind” to remove people from the gray and boring of everyday life.

Regarding the question (12), 4 people have different opinions: “winks of the Universe” -the expression I liked so much that I use it to be part of the title of this note-, “portals” that open, angelic messages … But 21 do not have the slightest idea or opinion -in truth, this was the reason why most decided to write to me-. And final comment: only 2 people accepted that their filial data could be shared publicly. The rest asked for confidentiality and anonymity, a clear signal that another of the unpleasant explanations (“need for prominence”) is close to disrespect. At this point, comparing the comments of these 25 spontaneous collaborators with my own notes on the subject, I have elaborated my particular theory. It is quite clear to me that the comments of all of them tell us more about what “is not” this phenomenon than it is.

For the time being and as a result of the comments, it is not linked to the previous opinions or opinions as well as concerns and interests of its protagonists. It is clear that it is an event that “accompanies” rather than “triggers” or “provokes”.

Resonance with reality

The physicist Pierre Frankch has a controversial theory from his own studies of Quantum Mechanics. He holds that what we perceive as “Time” is actually a flow of energy, or, rather, a type of energy that flows in a sense. This quantum flux is perceived by the conscious nature (us, for example) as “Time”, and we call “past” the original point of this energy flowing towards us.

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But Frankch goes further and says that this quantum flow also does it from the future, that is, in the opposite direction to what we perceive as Time, and when it hits or, rather, when there is an interaction of waves, they create resonances and discontinuities what we call “Reality”.

The premonition, for example, would be no more than the possibility of some people to rationalize the perception of the waves coming from the “future”. Then, the Synchronic Events are the “significant protuberances” that we recognize in the interaction of waves. Now, as that “Reality” (what we define as such) is not alien to the observer – even more, it is a co-creation of the mind of the observer – what people see as “significant coincidences” is the reflection of your own mind in the Reality that constantly co-creates.

Someone will say here: “Gustavo, please, put it simple.” And it would be this: they are not angelic messages. They are not “portals” (whatever the one who supposes it understands then for it). It is the emergent, the reflection in the world that whoever perceives it is “adjusting” its resonance with its Reality.

Do you want it in terms of self-help? What is in the Way where it should be. Signs that you are doing the right thing. As a tributary of the Sacred Geometry, debtor of a Descartes that wrote “God geometrizes” and being those abstract entities called numbers to the symbolic manifestation of epistemological entities that can be articulated in the other great and indissoluble cosmic variable, Space, as Geometry.


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Gabapentinoids linked to overdoses and suicide

Story at-a-glance –

  • Gabapentin and pregabalin are used for the treatment of epilepsy and neuropathic pain disorders. Pregabalin, such as Lyrica, is also prescribed for anxiety in Europe and fibromyalgia in the U.S.
  • Recent research links gabapentinoids with a 26% increased risk for suicidal behavior and death from suicide; 24% increased risk for unintentional overdose; 22% increased risk for head or body injury due to an accident; 13% increased risk for traffic violations or accidents and 4% increased risk for violent crime offenses
  • Of the two gabapentinoids, pregabalin — which is the newer of the two — was clearly the worst, accounting for most of these adverse effects, while gabapentin — an older drug — showed “no statistically significant hazards”
  • Research published in 2017 demonstrated that concomitant use of gabapentin and opioids raised the risk of death by 60% over and beyond the risk associated with either drug by itself
  • The suicide rate in the U.S. is now at a 20-year high, having risen 30% between 2000 and 2016 across all age groups. Among Native Americans and Alaska Natives the suicide rate between 1999 and 2017 rose 139% among women and 71% among men

Suicide rates are at an all-time high since World War II, and there are several different reasons for this. One of the factors that is often ignored is the influence many medications have on your mental stability. Antidepressants are perhaps the most well-known in this regard, but violent behavior and suicide are side effects of other medications as well.

Most recently, Swedish researchers have linked gabapentinoids — a nonopioid type of analgesic — to “suicidal behavior, unintentional overdoses, injuries, road traffic accidents and violent crime.”1

Two primary gabapentinoids are gabapentin and pregabalin, which are used for the treatment of epilepsy and neuropathic pain disorders. Pregabalin, such as Lyrica2 (which is increasingly associated with addiction and abuse3), is also prescribed for anxiety in Europe and fibromyalgia in the U.S. Globally, this class of drugs was among the 15 best-selling medications of 2016.4

Gabapentinoids are structural analogs of γ-amino butyric acid (GABA) that selectively block voltage-dependent calcium channels.5 Common side effects include dizziness, fatigue, visual disturbances and mental difficulties.6 However, these drugs have also been linked to a significantly increased risk of suicidal behavior.

Gabapentinoids linked to serious hazards, including suicide

The study,7,8 published online in April 2019 in the journal BMJ, examined data on 191,973 Swedish residents who filled gabapentinoid prescriptions in the years between 2006 and 2013.

In that time, 5.2% of them either received treatment for suicidal inclinations or died from suicide; 8.9% unintentionally overdosed, 6.3% were involved in a traffic accident or traffic-related offense; 36.7% were treated for a head or body injury due to an accident, and 4.1% were arrested for a violent crime. The researchers concluded gabapentinoids treatment was associated with:

  • A 26% increased risk for suicidal behavior and death from suicide
  • 24% increased risk for unintentional overdose
  • 22% increased risk for head or body injury due to an accident
  • 13% increased risk for traffic violations or accidents
  • 4% increased risk for violent crime offenses

Of the two gabapentinoids, pregabalin — which is the newer of the two9 — was clearly the worst, accounting for most of these adverse effects, while gabapentin — an older drug — showed “no statistically significant hazards.”

Stratified by age, the risks associated with these drugs were the highest among those aged 15 through 24, and the risks were dose-dependent, so the higher the dose, the greater the risk. According to the authors:10

“This study suggests that gabapentinoids are associated with an increased risk of suicidal behavior, unintentional overdoses, head/body injuries, and road traffic incidents and offences. Pregabalin was associated with higher hazards of these outcomes than gabapentin.”

As is often the case, the risks associated with these drugs have only become apparent as their usage has increased. Dr. Derek K. Tracy of Queen Mary’s Hospital told Reuters that:11

“While it’s not clear why prescribing of gabapentinoids has grown so rapidly … anecdotally it appears that many doctors regarded them as relatively effective and with a low side effect profile.

As we accumulated more information over time, it has become clear that this is not the case, and most recently there has been a countering drive to try reduce their usage as their harm profile came more to the fore.

It is also becoming clearer with time that some people are becoming dependent (“addicted”) to gabapentinoids, though we still lack good information on exactly how common that is, or which groups of people might be more vulnerable to this.”

Concomitant opioid use magnifies risks

Opioids by themselves are associated with a high risk of death through unintentional overdosing, but when combined with other drugs, that risk is significantly magnified.

According to the featured BMJ study,12 research13 published in 2017 demonstrated that concomitant use of gabapentin and opioids raised the risk of death by 60% over and beyond the risk associated with either drug by itself.

Concomitant use of opioids and benzodiazepines or “benzos” — such as Valium, Ativan, Klonopin and Xanax — which are widely prescribed for anxiety and insomnia, also raises your risk of death by a significant margin.

Research14,15 published in the journal JAMA in 2018 found that, during the first 90 days of concurrent use, your risk of a deadly overdose rises fivefold, compared to taking an opioid alone. Between days 91 and 180, the risk remains nearly doubled, after which the risk tapers off, becoming roughly equal to taking an opioid alone.

The study also found that the greater number of clinicians were involved in a patient’s care, the greater the risk of overdose — a finding that highlights the lack of communication between doctors prescribing medication to the same patient, and the clear danger thereof.

Suicide is at a 20-year high

The influence of medication on suicide risk is an important consideration, as suicide rates have dramatically risen over the years. According to the latest statistics16,17 published in the June 2019 issue of JAMA, the suicide rate in the U.S. is now at a 20-year high, having risen 30% between 2000 and 2016 across all age groups.

A couple of groups have seen particularly sharp rises, namely Native Americans and Alaska Natives — among whom the suicide rate between 1999 and 2017 rose 139% among women and 71% among men18 — and teenagers, boys in particular.

Between 2014 and 2017, the teen suicide rate rose 10% per year. Here too, there’s a clear discrepancy between genders, with the annual suicide rate among teen boys, aged 15 through 19, rising 14% between 2015 and 2017, while the annual suicide rate among girls rose 8% between 2000 and 2017.

Lead investigator Oren Miron, a research associate at Harvard Medical School in Boston, told,19 “It really is an unprecedented surge. You can go back decades and you won’t find such a sharp increase.” Miron blames the rise on two primary sources: opioid abuse and social media.

“It’s much easier to bully. The apps are getting smarter and smarter at providing anonymity and hiding activity from grown-ups,” he told, adding “Parents and teachers need to be aware that the rates have reached their highest recorded level, and they need to be on the lookout for both boys and girls.”

Common contributors to teen suicide

Clinical psychologist and suicide prevention specialist Pamela Cantor, who was not involved in any of the studies mentioned, told that “kids are ‘intensely programmed’ to achieve and have too little time to just enjoy their youth.” Other influences identified by Cantor, which can raise a child’s risk of suicide, include:

  • Family instability
  • Social pressure
  • “Parents who try to smooth the way so that when their children hit a snag they do not know how to cope”
  • Exposure to violence, including school shootings and “socially sanctioned expressions of hatred”
  • Easy availability of drugs, alcohol and guns

Suicide among native populations

Among Native Americans, the shocking rise in suicides are thought to be related to20 high rates of poverty,21 lower educational achievements, and high rates of alcoholism. Among women, the extraordinary rise in suicide has also been traced back to unusually high rates of violence.

According to the Indian Law Resource Center, “More than 4 in 5 American Indian and Alaska Native women have experienced violence, and more than 1 in 2 have experienced sexual violence.”22

Alaska Native women have the highest domestic battery rate of any group in the U.S. — 10 times higher than the rest of the U.S. The murder rate of indigenous women is also more than 10 times the national average.23 Race discrimination worsens the tragedy, as a majority of these women never get any kind of justice. As reported by the Indian Law Resource Center:

“For more than 35 years, United States law has stripped Indian nations of all criminal authority over non-Indians. As a result, until recent changes in the law, Indian nations were unable to prosecute non-Indians, who reportedly commit the vast majority (96%) of sexual violence against Native women.

The Census Bureau reports that non-Indians now comprise 76% of the population on tribal lands and 68% of the population in Alaska Native villages. Many Native women have married non-Indians.

However, it is unacceptable that a non-Indian who chooses to marry a Native woman, live on her reservation, and commit acts of domestic violence against her, cannot be criminally prosecuted by an Indian nation and more often than not will never be prosecuted by any government.”

Children whose parents use opioids have greater suicide risk

In related news, recent research24 shows children and teens whose parents use opioids have more than double the suicide rate — 0.37% compared to 0.14% — of those whose parents do not use opioids. In a press release, senior author Robert Gibbons, Ph.D., professor of biostatistics and director of the Center for Health Statistics at the University of Chicago, stated:25

“We theorized such a link was plausible because parental substance abuse is a known risk factor for suicide attempts by their children. In addition, depression and suicide attempts by parents — which are known to be related to suicidal behavior in their offspring — are more common among adults who abuse opioids.”

Co-author Dr. David A. Brent, psychiatrist and chair of suicide studies at the University of Pittsburgh commented on the results:26

“These findings demonstrate that opioid use by a parent or parents doubles the risk for suicidal behavior by their children. The epidemics of adult opiate abuse and child suicidal behavior appear to be linked, and the disturbing upward trends in mortality due to opiates and due to child suicide may have common roots.”

Red Flags — Is someone you know suicidal?

If someone close to you has recently endured a hardship, or you have noticed a change in their behavior, how can you tell when ordinary stress or sadness has progressed to a potentially suicidal level? Besides straightforward or “sideways” comments about not wanting to live any longer, some of the red flags that a person has a high risk for self-harm include:27

Acquiring a weapon

Hoarding medication

No plan for the future

Putting affairs in order

Making or changing a will, or writing about feeling hopeless or suicidal

Giving away personal belongings for no apparent reason

Mending grievances

Checking on insurance policies

Social withdrawal

Sudden mood swings

Frequent and/or increased use of drugs or alcohol

Engaging in risky behaviors

If you think someone is suicidal, do not leave him or her alone. A person who appears suicidal needs immediate professional help. Help the person to seek immediate assistance from their doctor or the nearest hospital emergency room, or call 911. Eliminate access to firearms or other potential suicide aids, including unsupervised access to medications.

If you are feeling desperate or have any thoughts of suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a toll-free number, at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), or call 911, or simply go to your nearest hospital emergency department.

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When ideas go astray…

Eureka! The lights go on but we’re the only ones to truly see them. That momentary flash of genius strikes. So clearly noticed. Yet sometimes difficult to articulate and get out of our heads. 

We question ourselves to either follow through or let it go. 

Are these the ideas worth taking note of. The ones that will slip away and might some day return to remind us of that “told ya so” future-tense. That “see, that coulda been me” hindsight.

Maybe its really our own insecurities that lead us astray from our ideas. That lack of will power to swim upstream against the current. To stay with it while the cacophony of nays reverberates.

Or, its the insight and influx of information upon impact of the interaction and integration of outing an idea that will send it astray. 

All of these unsuspecting synergies can nurture an idea to flourish or even appropriately kill itself off. While eventually through its evolution may not even closely resemble its genesis.

When ideas go astray pay attention…

Ask not what your idea can do for you, ask what you can do for your idea.

 Mark’s Myth is an exploration into the synergies of ideas… riffs blending wordplay, story telling, technology and the arts weaving together a tapestry of synapses and milestones.

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Russian Military Colonel Publishes An Article Claiming Human & Animal Telepathy Is 100 Percent Real

  • The Facts:The Russian Ministry of Defense published an article about the existence of military parapsychology in Russian military techniques, with which you can penetrate into the thoughts of the enemy, hack computer programs, and communicate telepathically.
  • Reflect On:Why is this type of science studied at the highest levels of various governments, yet ridiculed and not studied at all within the mainstream?

Is telepathy real? It’s hard to argue against it; in fact, I would say that it’s not really up for debate. That being said, when it comes to topics like these, the field is polluted with a bad reputation given its association with magic, superstition and ‘pseudoscience,’ terms that often come from those who condemn the subject without ever really looking into it. The evidence for the existence of telepathy is actually quite overwhelming, and in many cases, much stronger than most other areas of science.

Dr. Jessica Utts is a great person to bring up, as I’ve done many times before, to hammer this fact home. She is the  Chair of the Department of Statistics at the University of California, Irvine. In 1999, she published a paper showing how the statistical significance with regards to results seen from studies under the realm of parapsychology (telepathy, remote viewing, etc) are stronger than some of the studies used to approve some medications. In a recent interview, she emphasized the following.

“What convinced me was just the evidence, the accumulating evidence as I worked in this field and I got to see more and more of the evidence. I visited the laboratories, even beyond where I was working to see what they were doing and I could see that they had really tight controls… and so I got convinced by the good science that I saw being done. And in fact I will say as a statistician I’ve consulted in a lot of different areas of science; the methodology and the controls on these experiments are much tighter than any other area of of science where I’ve worked.” (source)

Why is it that these topics are not touched by mainstream academia, yet studied at the highest levels of government? Multiple governments all over the world have been studying this phenomenon for decades, and a lot has been declassified. Take the remote viewing program that was conducted by the US government/CIA and Stanford University, for example.

After its declassification in 1995, or at least its partial declassification, the Department of Defense and those involved revealed an exceptionally high success rate.

To summarize, over the years, the back-and-forth criticism of protocols, refinement of methods, and successful replication of this type of remote viewing in independent laboratories has yielded considerable scientific evidence for the reality of the [remote viewing] phenomenon. (source)

The latest example comes from Russia, as their Ministry of Defence recently published an article about the existence and study of parapsychology within the Russian military. The article explains how these techniques are and were used to penetrate the thoughts of the enemy (mind-reading) as well as to hack into enemy computer systems. The article is titled “Super Soldier for the Future Wars” and was published in the Defense Army magazine.

The article was written by Colonel Nikolai Poroskov, who explained that they use parapsychological techniques like telepathy for combat purposes, revealing secrets, disclosing locations, etc… He even discloses that Russian specialists have learned telepathy by working with dolphins.

As a note to readers, we here at Collective Evolution do not condone the use of animals for any type of experimentation. There is no information on the conditions of these experiments, but we are assuming they were captured for military purposes, which is extremely sad and heart-breaking.

Poroskov writes:

“They mentally gave the animals the commands that they carried out. Similar practiced by the famous trainer Durov. The technique, as it turned out, is applicable to humans. Moreover, the impact was even possible on the technique. With an effort of thought you can, for example, shoot down computer programs, burn crystals in generators, eavesdrop on a conversation, or break television and radio broadcasts and communications. Good luck ended with such experiments as reading a document lying in a safe, even if it is in a foreign language that we do not speak; identification of individuals belonging to the terrorist network; identifying potential candidates for terrorist groups,” the statement reads. (source)

Quite astonishing, isn’t it? Parapsychology seems to be the largest known threat to any type of secrecy, doesn’t it? I found the reference to hacking computers quite interesting. Can telepathy really be used for purposes like hacking electronic equipment? I did some more digging and found an interesting document inside of the CIA’s electronic reading room with regards to the Soviet Union.

Here’s a quote from the document:

The Soviet Union is well aware of the benefits and applications of parapsychology research. In 1963, a Kremilin edict apparently gave top priority to biological research, which in Russia includes parapsychology. The major impetus behind the Soviet drive to harness the possible capabilities of telepathic communication, telekinetics, and bionics is said to come from the Soviet military and the KGB. Today it is reported that the USSR has twenty or more centres for the study of parapsychological phenomena, with an annual budget estimated in 1967 at over 13 million dollars and reported to be as high as 21 million dollars.

Today, we know that trillions of dollars have gone into black budget programs in the United States, many of which likely deal with parapsychology, as they have in the past.

The document also states:

There are reports that the Soviets are training their cosmonauts in telepathy to back-up their electronic equipment while in outer space. One of these back-up schemes is known to involve coded telepathic messages. This method was previously demonstrated in March 1967, when a coded telepathic message was flashed from Moscow to Leningrad. The involvement of astronauts or cosmonauts in telepathy experiments is not necessarily unprecedented. In February 1971, during the Apollo 14 flight to the moon, astronaut Edgar Mitchell made 150 separate attempts to project his thoughts from inside the space capsule back to an individual on earth. The results of the Apollo 14 experiments have been well-documented in detail and are published in the Journal of Parapsychology. (source)

Deeper Black Budget Discussion On CETV

Again, these programs lie within the realm of the black budget and are highly classified. Who knows how far ahead of the mainstream world they truly are?

CETV is a platform we created in order to combat the censorship and demonetization we have been facing over the past few years. On episode 4 of The Collective Evolution Show on CETV, we discussed the black budget in much greater detail. Below is a clip exploring the missing money from the black budget and special access programs, explaining where the money is going and what exactly it’s being used for.

You can become a member of CETV, get access to the full show and many others, and support conscious media here.

The Takeaway

Human consciousness and parapsychology should not only be studied for the purposes of learning new defence tactics. Humans have great potential, and there is still so much that we have yet to discover about ourselves. What needs to change is the intention behind these discoveries.

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