Aurora Foxx and Intuitive Spiritual Music 2011-10-04

Aurora Foxx explains her music and how it works. Her piano playing, seen in this video, demonstrates how her connection to spirit allows spirit to work directly through her hands to create wonderful and powerful music.

You can contact Aurora at her email address to order copies of her various CD’s. The Email address is: aquarian.energetics@hotmail.com

This was a real treat for us and it will be ford you as well.

Kathryn Tatum, ARTIST!

Kathryn Tatum became an artist on her own as a result of her spiritual quest which has now become the matrix for her art. Her art has grown from simple and good to complex and powerful and she is constantly seeking ways to express her conscious connection to all that is in her art and her life. As you will see in this magic interview, she is very bright and insightful about her life and the surroundings in which she lives it.

You can see fine and recent examples of Kathryn’s art at http://www.kathryntatum.com

Kathryn says: “During the past several years, my paintings have pointed towards the sky. The horizon has become a faint line dividing the familiar world in which we dwell and the mysteries of our expansive souls. We stand balanced between solid forms in nature, energetic elements of weather and the intangible awareness of the awe-inspiring universe. This balance point, a state of grace, serves as inspiration for my loosely interpretive paintings.”

Come and See!

Episcopal Bishop John Shelby Spong

Bishop Spong met us at the door of his home and warmly welcomed us into what turned out to be a comprehensive survey of the state of the Christian Church in America in the second decade of this century. Bishop Spong had as one of his mentors the English Bishop John A.T. Robinson whose liberal understanding of the state of the church in the middle of the last century gained world wide involvement with his book God Is Dead. Bishop Spong has done much the same thing with his writings and with major effect.

In his book, Why Christianity Must Change or Die: A Bishop Speaks to Believers In Exile, what is remarkable is not his beliefs themselves, but that an Episcopal bishop would be the one to embrace and espouse them. Spong has become a trumpeter in the battle of beliefs, not just in the Episcopal communion, but in the realm of Christian faith in general in this country. His books are bestsellers and are in turn, presumably, read by those who, whether they agree or disagree see that in some way, Spong is involved in setting the agenda for the Church. This book, as the admitted “summation of his life’s work” tells every reader what the complete Christian agenda will be, for the next few years at least.

What this interview will allow you to see is the heart of the man and his compassion for those suffering the ills of our age, and his love for the church. At 80, he is stunningly alive and awake and using his life to bring the original Christian beliefs out the 15th century and the grips of 20th century fundamentalists and into the post modern techno-understanding of the 21st century.

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Georgia Pearson and The Ones – Part I and Part II

We interviewed Georgia Pearson at her home on The New Land around Monroe Institute in Virginia. Georgia is a recognized expert in the field of electromagnetism. However, in this interview she talks about her experiences over the past 11 years with a group of beings she calls The Ones. These beings live in a virtual reality some place far distant in this universe.

As Georgia explains in this Part I of the interview, these beings opened up a line of communication with Georgia and a select few other humans in an attempt to help us get through the global challenges we face in the immediate future.

Part I of this interview explains the process and what happens and has happened so far.

In Part II Karen and I are actually put into direct contact with The Ones…..all on video tape.

Enjoy this video……..this is really special information from a very special lady.

Debra Roberts: A Woman Kept By Her Bees!

We met Debra Roberts at her home outside Weaverville, North Carolina. Debra is one of a large and growing number of women organic bee keepers. She told us about the lives of bees and the threat to the food chain being posed by bee colony collapse is this wonderful discussion:

Toward the end of the video, we got to the bee hives and we had a unique consciousness raising experience that we believe is very powerful!
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This just in from the New York Times:

Mystery Illness Wipes Out Bees

By Michael Wines, The New York Times
MARCH 29, 2013

A mysterious malady that has been killing honeybees en masse for several years appears to
have expanded drastically in the last year, commercial beekeepers say, wiping out 40
percent or even 50 percent of the hives needed to pollinate many of the nation’s fruits
and vegetables. A conclusive explanation so far has escaped scientists studying the ailment,
colony collapse disorder, since it first surfaced around 2005. But beekeepers and some
researchers say there is growing evidence that a powerful new class of pesticides known as
neonicotinoids, incorporated into the plants themselves, could be an important factor.

The pesticide industry disputes that. But its representatives also say they are open to
further studies to clarify what, if anything, is happening. “They looked so healthy
last spring,” said Bill Dahle, 50, who owns Big Sky Honey in Fairview, Mont. “We were so
proud of them. Then, about the first of September, they started to fall on their face, to
die like crazy. We’ve been doing this 30 years, and we’ve never experienced this kind of
loss before.”

In a show of concern, the Environmental Protection Agency recently sent its acting assistant
administrator for chemical safety and two top chemical experts here, to the San Joaquin
Valley of California, for discussions. In the valley, where 1.6 million hives of bees just
finished pollinating an endless expanse of almond groves, commercial beekeepers who only
recently were losing a third of their bees to the disorder say the past year has brought
far greater losses.

The federal Agriculture Department is to issue its own assessment in May. But in an interview,
the research leader at its Beltsville, Md., bee research laboratory, Jeff Pettis, said he was
confident that the death rate would be “much higher than it’s ever been.” Following a
now-familiar pattern, bee deaths rose swiftly last autumn and dwindled as operators moved
colonies to faraway farms for the pollination season. Beekeepers say the latest string of deaths
has dealt them a heavy blow. Bret Adee, who is an owner, with his father and brother, of Adee
Honey Farms of South Dakota, the nation’s largest beekeeper, described mounting losses. “We
lost 42 percent over the winter. But by the time we came around to pollinate almonds, it was
a 55 percent loss,” he said in an interview here this week.

“They looked beautiful in October,” Mr. Adee said, “and in December, they started falling apart,
when it got cold.” Mr. Dahle said he had planned to bring 13,000 beehives from Montana – 31
tractor-trailers full – to work the California almond groves. But by the start of pollination
last month, only 3,000 healthy hives remained. Annual bee losses of 5 percent to 10 percent
once were the norm for beekeepers. But after colony collapse disorder surfaced around 2005,
the losses approached one-third of all bees, despite beekeepers’ best efforts to ensure their
health. Nor is the impact limited to beekeepers. The Agriculture Department says a quarter of
the American diet, from apples to cherries to watermelons to onions, depends on pollination by
honeybees. Fewer bees means smaller harvests and higher food prices.

Almonds are a bellwether. Eighty percent of the nation’s almonds grow here, and 80 percent of
those are exported, a multibillion-dollar crop crucial to California agriculture. Pollinating
up to 800,000 acres, with at least two hives per acre, takes as many as two-thirds of all
commercial hives. This past winter’s die-off sent growers scrambling for enough hives to
guarantee a harvest. Chris Moore, a beekeeper in Kountze, Tex., said he had planned to skip
the groves after sickness killed 40 percent of his bees and left survivors weakened. “But
California was short, and I got a call in the middle of February that they were desperate for
just about anything,” he said. So he sent two truckloads of hives that he normally would not
have put to work. Bee shortages pushed the cost to farmers of renting bees to $200 per hive at
times, 20 percent above normal.

That, too, may translate into higher prices for food. Precisely why last year’s deaths were so
great is unclear. Some blame drought in the Midwest, though Mr. Dahle lost nearly 80 percent
of his bees despite excellent summer conditions. Others cite bee mites that have become
increasingly resistant to pesticides. Still others blame viruses.

But many beekeepers suspect the biggest culprit is the growing soup of pesticides, fungicides
and herbicides that are used to control pests. While each substance has been certified, there
has been less study of their combined effects. Nor, many critics say, have scientists
sufficiently studied the impact of neonicotinoids, the nicotine-derived pesticide that European regulators implicate in bee deaths. The explosive growth of neonicotinoids since 2005 has
roughly tracked rising bee deaths.

Neonics, as farmers call them, are applied in smaller doses than older pesticides. They
are systemic pesticides, often embedded in seeds so that the plant itself carries the chemical
that kills insects that feed on it. Older pesticides could kill bees and other beneficial
insects. But while they quickly degraded – often in a matter of days – neonicotinoids persist
for weeks and even months. Beekeepers worry that bees carry a summer’s worth of
contaminated pollen to hives, where ensuing generations dine on a steady dose of
pesticide that, eaten once or twice, might not be dangerous. “Soybean fields or canola
fields or sunflower fields, they all have this systemic insecticide,” Mr. Adee said.
“If you have one shot of whiskey on Thanksgiving and one on the Fourth of July, it’s not
going to make any difference. But if you have whiskey every night, 365 days a year, your
liver’s gone. It’s the same thing.”

Research to date on neonicotinoids “supports the notion that the products are safe and are not contributing in any measurable way to pollinator health concerns,” the president of CropLife America, Jay Vroom, said Wednesday. The group represents more than 90 pesticide producers.
He said the group nevertheless supported further research. “We stand with science and will let science take the regulation of our products in whatever direction science will guide it,” Mr. Vroom said. A coalition of beekeepers and environmental and consumer groups sued the E.P.A. last week, saying it exceeded its authority by conditionally approving some neonicotinoids. The agency has begun an accelerated review of their impact on bees and other wildlife.

The European Union has proposed to ban their use on crops frequented by bees. Some researchers have concluded that neonicotinoids caused extensive die-offs in Germany and France. Neonicotinoids are hardly the beekeepers’ only concern. Herbicide use has grown as farmers have adopted crop varieties, from corn to sunflowers, that are genetically modified to survive spraying with weedkillers.

Experts say some fungicides have been laced with regulators that keep insects from maturing, a problem some beekeepers have reported. Eric Mussen, an apiculturist at the University of California, Davis, said analysts had documented about 150 chemical residues in pollen and wax gathered from beehives. “Where do you start?” Dr. Mussen said. “When you have all these chemicals at a sublethal level, how do they react with each other? What are the consequences?”
Experts say nobody knows. But Mr. Adee, who said he had long scorned environmentalists’ hand-wringing about such issues, said he was starting to wonder whether they had a point.

Of the “environmentalist” label, Mr. Adee said: “I would have been insulted if you had called me that a few years ago. But what you would have called extreme – a light comes on, and you think, ‘These guys really have something. Maybe they were just ahead of the bell curve.'”

Ken Heyman: Photo-Journalist, Author, Anthropologist

Ken Heyman has lived his life at the top of the Publishing and Photography mountain. For twenty years he was the personal photographer to and traveling companion of Dr. Margaret Mead.

In this role, Ken was priviledged to learn advanced Anthropology from Dr. Mead. Together, they wrote two books and traveled the world. Mead saw to it that Ken received the insightful training that makes his photographs have real depth.

In this interview Ken discusses his life and what he has learned and some of the remarkable people he has photographed.

Seeing Ourselvess, is his next book and is currently being shown to potential publishers. This is real history with real people who changed the world.

We are also posting this interview on our You Tube Channel where you will find this interview and many of our prior interviews. In the event your internet connection is too slow for Vimeo to work quickly, this is the place to go for a fast solution! We hope you like this addition!





Gene Kieffer, Gopi Krishna and the Kundalini Research Foundation

Gene Kieffer has devoted 42 years of his life to help the world learn about Kundalini as the trigger of evolution in man. He began this journey after a very dramatic dream in 1969 that led him to Pandit Gopi Krishna in India. In time Gene became the editor and publisher of Gopi Krishna’s eighteen books and a confident of the Great Man.

He is also the Founder and current Director of The Kundalini Research Foundation which is dedicated to helping science find ways to understand how a Kundalini experience re-wires the human nervous system which results in many new talents being brought into a person’s life without warning or training. To begin your search in this field once you have seen these two videos, find Gopi Krishna’s early book, The Biological Basis of Religion and Genius.

Gopi Krishna was the only person in the last century to record his experiences in English as he was going through the difficult process of becoming Enlightened. These two interviews with Gene tell you the story behind this one-of-a-kind formative event for Humanity’s next five hundred years.

We are also posting this interview on your You Tube Channel where you will find this interview and many of our prior interviews. In the event your internet connection is too slow for Vimeo to work quickly, this is the place to go for a fast solution! We hope you like this addition!

Enjoy and Marvel that such an event happened in our lives.





Joseph McMoneagle, Pioneer Remote Viewer

Joe McMoneagle was Agent 001 in the secret program of the 1970’s and 1980’s designed to gather information through Remote Viewing. In this interview, Joe describes what Remote Viewing is, how it is done according to Stanford Research Institute protocols, and the benefits and successes of this program within the Defense Department. You may recall the George Clooney film, The Men Who Stare at Goats, which was based on the work Joe did. What is unusual about this interview is that Joe was a pioneer in this program and he shares with us the intricasies of the work and how it is possible that a person sitting in a sealed room in Washington can actually go through files in Moscow and bring back information that is available no other way. This is like a Consciousness Thriller and we think you will enjoy watching it…….we sure did enjoy learning about this from the real pro.

We are also posting this interview on our You Tube Channel where you will find this interview and many of our prior interviews. In the event your internet connection is too slow for Vimeo to work quickly, this is the place to go for a fast solution! We hope you like this addition!





Joseph Chilton Pearce and the Crack in the Cosmic Egg

Joseph Chilton Pearce, The Crack in the Cosmic Egg from Chuck Robison on Vimeo.

We interviewed Joseph Chilton Pearce at The Monroe Institute in Fabor, Virginia as part of the 40 Days and 40 Nights Video Tour in October 2011. For nearly half a century, Joe has been probing the mysteries of the human mind. Author of The Crack in the Cosmic Egg, Exploring the Crack in the Cosmic Egg, Magical Child, Magical Child Matures, Bond of Power, and Evolution’s End, one of his overriding passions remains the study of what he calls the “unfolding” of intelligence in children.

He is a self-avowed iconoclast, unafraid to speak out against the myriad ways in which contemporary American culture fails to nurture the intellectual, emotional, and spiritual needs and yearnings of our young people. Part scholar, part scientist, part mystic, part itinerant teacher, Pearce keeps in close touch with the most brilliant men and women in each field. He creates a unique synthesis of their work and translates the results into a common language.

His most recent book, Death of Religion and the Rebirth of Spirit: A Return to the Intelligence of the Heart (2007), is critically important for where we are now. Our organized religions are stuck in centuries of a particular way of thinking that makes it very difficult to address the changes going on the world of thought today.

Over and over on this tour we met brilliant thinkers and scientists who are making the journey from the intellect to the heart along an unchartered and unmapped path. In our interview, Joe shows us the importance of living from the heart, regardless of what the mind says.

We are also posting this interview on our You Tube Channel where you will find this interview and many of our prior interviews. In the event your internet connection is too slow for Vimeo to work quickly, this is the place to go for a fast solution! We hope you like this addition!





Kaylynn Sullivan Two Trees and the ABC’s: Art, Bees and Consciousness

Two Trees has been serving as a multi-culture translator and transformer for most of her adult life. She has taught and studied on three continents and comes with a complete international background. She is diversity fully defined in one person. Chuck met her in 1993 when he attended a sweat lodge she led in Taos New Mexico. He discovered the power and transformative value of this Native American Ceremony, and the remarkable ability of Two Trees to teach by doing.

In this video Two Trees discusses her work with others who are dealing with the causes and cures of the serious problem of Bee colony collapse in North America. Part of her remarkable work is creating art that serves as memorial to the millions and millions of Bees who have been lost in the die-off. You will find this interview challenging, informative and a powerful reminder of our connection of oneness with all of life.

Kaylynn Sullivan Two Trees and the ABC’s from Chuck Robison on Vimeo.

We are also posting this interview on our You Tube Channel where you will find this interview and many of our prior interviews. In the event your internet connection is too slow for Vimeo to work quickly, this is the place to go for a fast solution! We hope you like this addition!