Pranayama – The Greatest Discovery of Human Consciousness

Jan 24, 2012 by

Pranayama is the ancient science of breathing and has been studied for thousands of years. Pranayama has nothing to do with any specific religious belief, but represents the cumulative knowledge of the properties, capacities, and powers of breathing purposefully. That knowledge has been distilled, preserved, and passed down in the form of breathing exercises, from [...]

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Mystery Deepens Over Where Sun Was Born

Jan 19, 2012 by

New 3-D computer simulations have delivered a crushing blow to the strongest contender for our sun’s birthplace, astronomers say, returning the quest for the solar system’s origins to square one.   Stars like the sun typically form in clusters with other stars. Many clusters are spread out so that the stars drift apart, but others [...]

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Prehistory’s Mysteries: Billion Year Old Mountain Range Stays Young Beneath Antarctic Ice

Dec 02, 2011 by

Some original pulp illustrations from At the Mountains of Madness. See more here. Anyone who has read At the Mountains of Madness (read it here; hear it in audiobook form here) can appreciate the Lovecraftian mystery of the Gamburtsevs, the mountain range that looks like the Alps, 8,500 feet high (2,600 metre tall peaks), but [...]

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The Virgin, Freud, Jung, and the Occult

Dec 01, 2011

Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) and his theories of sexual energy form the foundation of modern psychology. It is not wrong to also attribute to him the indirect rudiments of Carl Jung (1875-1961), and his theory of archetypes. Together, their theories illuminate the birth of the Virgin Mary, and its intense popularity. Add a pinch of the [...]

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Prehistory’s Mysteries: Billion Year Old Mountain Range Stays Young Beneath Antarctic Ice

Nov 28, 2011

Some original pulp illustrations from At the Mountains of Madness. See more here. Anyone who has read At the Mountains of Madness (read it here; hear it in audiobook form here) can appreciate the Lovecraftian mystery of the Gamburtsevs, the mountain range that looks like the Alps, 8,500 feet high (2,600 metre tall peaks), but [...]

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UFOs Causing Problems at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC)

Nov 25, 2011

UFOs or ‘Unidentified Falling Objects’ have apparently been causing problems in the form of mysterious rapid beam dumps at the Large Hadron Collidor (LHC). It is not yet known definitely what is causing these UFOs and even exactly what they are. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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Are you ready for something amazing?

Aug 25, 2011

So what’s wrong with a makeover? Absolutely nothing. I speak of Mindscape Magazine Issue 3, which hits the UK this week with a makeover that would make Jackie Collins jealous. Seriously, the magazine’s smart new look and ergonomic design catapult it to the head of the class in terms of style. Not only that, but [...]

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A Brief History of The Devil and his link to Rock’n’ Roll

Mar 28, 2011

Better to reign in hell, than serve in heaven Milton, Paradise Lost For decades, there has been a popular conception that rock’n’roll is the Devil’s music and that the Devil has all the best tunes; why should this be the case, and who exactly was, or is, the Devil? From the time immemorial, there has [...]

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