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Episode 220: intelligence in nature

In this episode we are going to look at intelligence in nature with help from the great anthropologist Jeremy Narby. Check out his amazing books The Cosmic Serpent and Intelligence in Nature.

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Tiger Tunes

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Episode 217: near-death experiences

In this episode my guest it Dr Penny Sartori. She is highly experienced and skilled in her role as an intensive care staff nurse; and has conducted unique and extensive research into the near-death experiences (NDEs) of her patients. In 2005 she was awarded a PhD for her research into NDEs.

Dr Sartori’s work has received worldwide attention and media coverage. She has spoken at many conferences both nationally and internationally and her work has received the attention of HRH Prince Charles. Check out her website: www.drpennysartori.com

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DJ Fortify

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Episode 191: rupert sheldrake

In this episode I am joined by biologist and author Rupert Sheldrake. His new book is called Science and Spiritual Practices. Check out his website: www.sheldrake.org

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Pedro Elias

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Episode 183: fulfilled

In this episode I will be talking to Dr. Anna Yusim. Dr. Yusim has published over 60 academic articles, book chapters, scientific abstracts and book reviews on various topics in psychiatry. Most recently she has published the book Fulfilled – How the science of spirituality can help you live a happier, more meaningful life. Check out her website www.annayusim.com.

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SplitVision & Great Grandpa

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Episode 180: morphic resonance

In this episode we are going to listen to Dr. Rupert Sheldrake talk about his Morphic Resonance theory, which basically implies a process whereby self-organising systems inherit a memory from previous similar systems. For more information go to www.sheldrake.org or www.learnenergymedicine.com.

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White Lighters

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Episode 177: scientology

My guest in this episode is author, theatre director, actor and musician Sands Hall. She has recently released her book Flunk. Start. In this book Sands Hall chronicles her slow yet willing absorption into the Church of Scientology. Check her work out at www.sandshall.com

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Tomahawk

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Episode 129: left in the dark

In this episode my guest is Tony Wright. Tony is a consciousness researcher and author of the book Left in the Dark, also known as Return to the Brain of Eden

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Sam Quick

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Episode 126: dr. bruce damer - part two

This is part two of my talk with Dr. Bruce Damer. Bruce is a multi disciplinary scientist, designer, and author. Currently he collaborates with colleagues developing and testing a new model for the origin of life on Earth and in the design of spacecraft architectures to provide a viable path for expansion of human civilization beyond the Earth.

Bruce began his career in the 1980s developing some of the earliest user interfaces for personal computers, led a community in the 1990s bringing the first multi-user virtual worlds to the Internet, and since 2000 supported NASA and the space industry on numerous simulations and spacecraft designs. He has spent 25 years chronicling the history of computing in his DigiBarn Computer Museum and curates archives of counterculture figures such as Dr. Timothy Leary, Terence McKenna and others. 

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McMaNGOS

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Episode 125: dr. bruce damer - part one

This is part one of my talk with Dr. Bruce Damer. Bruce is a multi disciplinary scientist, designer, and author. Currently he collaborates with colleagues developing and testing a new model for the origin of life on Earth and in the design of spacecraft architectures to provide a viable path for expansion of human civilization beyond the Earth.

Bruce began his career in the 1980s developing some of the earliest user interfaces for personal computers, led a community in the 1990s bringing the first multi-user virtual worlds to the Internet, and since 2000 supported NASA and the space industry on numerous simulations and spacecraft designs. He has spent 25 years chronicling the history of computing in his DigiBarn Computer Museum and curates archives of counterculture figures such as Dr. Timothy Leary, Terence McKenna and others. 

Music featured in this episode:

Sam Quick

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