Scientist Rupert Sheldrake was exiled from TED after spouting this heresy:
TED has been told, it would seem. They’ve been told to hew to the materialist dogma, and to eschew what they are calling bad science, or pseudoscience. Because back in the earlier days, it sure looked like they were a little more open minded. This latest edict has put the kibosh on all that. Health Ranger Mike Adams at Natural News is even reporting that the new TED is to be pro-GMO and anti-diet-affects-health. Now that’s going to stretch many people’s credulity. But now that TED’s gone mainstream and attracting a mainstream audience, evidently there are some who feel the message needs to be massaged accordingly.
And just for good measure, here’s another banned TED talk, in which Graham Hancock disputes the dogma that consciousness arises from the brain:
So what’s really going on with raw milk culture and what accounts for the strong opposition it attracts?
Raw milk culture is about making whole what for so long has been apart. In the micro sense, that’s the elements of milk we’re talking about, the enzymes, the cream not being dispersed in tiny droplets and all that. And the split between farmer and consumer too. That’s being healed. And then in the macro sense the appreciation of raw milk can be seen as symptomatic of a world view in which the dichotomy between man and world is starting to be healed, a view in which deep down, we ARE all one. And not just all people, people and nature too.
That must be where the differing view on germs comes from. Are germs out to get us? Or are we made of germs? Two pretty different views. Is it war between man and germs? Or symbiosis?
I’m sure it’s deeply annoying to those who play the role of furthering materialist science dogma, that in spite of all that effort that was spent stamping out the pagan and the savage, there’s this galling resurgence of these practices that harken back to before science split the world, like it split the atom. All those witches who were burned at the stake, all those heretics who were tortured in the Inquisition, and all those poor aboriginal children who suffered the extinguishing of their culture in the residential schools.
Their spirit is back. It’s like they’ve re-incarnated, and they’re spreading these ideas like a disease. And all those people who worked so hard stamping out this heresy, this witchcraft and this paganism in their past lives, are back again too. But is it for another verse of the same song, or have we all learned something from one another from all those other times? Are we ready now for a still higher synthesis, the unification of oppressed and oppressor?
“When you know unceasingly, that even in a nuclear holocaust both antagonists, the battle itself, and the perception of that whole event, is the oneness of the Ineffable, in a dance with its shadow, you will no longer need to exist at this level…” — Khyla of Procyon, a “Watcher”*
* from Pg 146, George C. Andrews, “Extraterrestrial Friends and Foes”, Illuminet Press, 1993