Time flies when you’re having fun, or so the time-honored adage goes. But today, time seems to simply be flying. Your individual “fun mileage” may vary.
The 2011 ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference was something that should be on everyone’s list who want to see “out-of-the-box” thinking in action. I had an intense weekend at the event in Albuquerque last week (some of it discussed in my most recent edition of Talk For Food), and upon returning home, quickly immersed myself in the details of opening up another venture, the Photonic Energy Center (we don’t have the web site up yet), which will feature, among other things, a device called, the Photon Genius, which I learned about in March when I traveled to the Midwest to interview a couple, Drs. Tom and Joy Watson, who run a natural health service, in which a Photon Genius is in both of their offices.
The big national (and international) story was agreement of the U.S. government to increase the debt ceiling. A cause for celebration by most pundits, but which affected me in much the same way as the celebratory tone that prevailed after Osama bin Laden had apparently been “conclusively” killed, according to the opinion makers, making the world a better place. I shared my misgivings about the debt ceiling decision too, since no one expected anything else. The drama surrounding the “last minute” wrangling was predictable and inevitable, so as to give the impression that the outcome was truly in doubt.
It was not. The perception of debt, indebtedness, and by inference, indentured status, was solidified, which was the goal all along.
It was the goal because no options; other than raising the debt ceiling or raising taxes, were ever discussed.
I opined that these, among other reasons, are why America has already become a Second World country. Standard and Poors has already devalued the bond rating, which will mean higher interest rates which will ultimately be paid by, guess who? Americans!
All of this in the face of the fact that it is unnecessary.
I’m about to dash out again, this time to record a seminar about a topic I came across last year, but kept quiet about. It is the work of a Russian, Arcady Petrov, who has a center in Moscow three notable phenomena are happening; organ regeneration (e.g., uterus after hysterectomy), restoration of eyesight (after blindness that persisted, in some cases, for decades), and the regeneration of teeth. The main vehicle for these changes? Consciousness.
Petrov is a student of Grigori Grabovoj, who is on record of performing a feat thought to be possible by only a few in all of human history, resurrection from death. I’m not making this up.
Watch this video, Light of Eternity. It is part 1 of 7 on YouTube.
When I saw this video last year, I made a promise to myself that I’d go to Russia to meet Petrov and Grabovoj, learn about their methods, and introduce and employ them here in the U.S. Petrov’s book was not available in English at the time. I looked hard and wide for a translation, finding only a 25-page manuscript of the beginning. But all of that is changing.
The only place where I found any coherent information about Petrov and Grabovoj’s work was in Germany, at the Svet Center, which was founded by Svetlana Smirnova, a Russian-born neurologist who now lives and practices in Hamburg.
Life hasn’t taken me to Russia yet, but today, the information that I seek has come to me. Svetlana Smirnova is in Phoenix, about to give an 8-hour seminar on this work with Alexander Teetz, a biophysicist who will translate Smirnova’s German into English.
I’ll be video recording, as well as interviewing them. We’ll discuss how to use the video after it is shot.
At the time I learned about this, there was no Photonic Energy Center in my plans. But now that there is, what I envision is even more exciting, as I see how humanity — those with the eyes to see and the ears to hear — can ween itself off the “medicinal model” altogether. Looks like a great marriage between ExtraOrdinary Technology and ExtraPerception (which is simply an awakened) Consciousness is at hand.
I’ll have more to say about all of these subjects soon.