The Military Industrial Complex has been using psychic assassination and paranormal malevolence for decades.

Remote viewing is the snowflake on the tip of the iceberg.

Psychokinesis is being used by “black assassins” and “disease visualizers.”

Do you really believe the military needs HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) to control the weather?

Do you really believe the mass media – radio, TV, and the World Wide Web – is the only way epistemes (meta-paradigms) are “seeded” into the public mind?

Do you really believe your mind is confined to your brain and body?

Remote “mind parasites” are used to change peoples’ minds in their dreams.

Case in point – the 2010 science fiction thriller, Inception, starring Leonardo DiCaprio.

A dreamer’s “epistemological obstacles” are transformed by “epistemological ruptures” in real life as well as fiction.

The Powers That Be marginalize people who reveal the truth about the Morphic Field and the Akashic Records.

Case in point – biochemist Rupert Sheldrake, who informs the public that the human mind and its engrams are stored OUTSIDE the physical body.

Even Dr. Shledrake’s recent TED Talk was banned and he was stabbed in the leg by a Japanese assailant.

Remote brainwashing is being used to create “Manchurian candidates” via the “Maharishi Effect” and “Silva Mind Control.”

The New World Order has been using conventional voodoo and radio bionics (radionics) for well over a hundred years.

Albert Abrams (1863-1924) was discredited by the Military Medical Elite at the same time they were using his technology at home and abroad during the First World War.

Dr. Abrams had numerous defenders, including Upton Sinclair (1878-1968), author of The Fasting Cure (1911).

Surgeon and author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930), the creator of Sherlock Holmes, also defended Dr. Abrams.

Sir Doyle was repudiated for revealing how deceased spirits were recruited to help kill “ten million young men” during World War I.

Sir Doyle himself was no angel. In later life, he stayed in psychic communication with the departed spirit of empire-builder Cecil Rhodes (1853-1902).

Cecil Rhodes was a megalomaniac who wanted to be King of the World and “annex the planets” (his words), and bring about “the ultimate recovery of the United States of America as an integral part of the British Empire” (his words).

I personally know people who practice the Black Arts (as well as those who practice the Gray Arts), and might have been involved myself if it weren’t for the stern warnings of Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) … and common sense.

He advised me to walk big circles around radio bionics and psychic phenomena in general.

Adano defined a psychic as a “sidekick,” someone who uses paranormal entities and “space brothers” (with or without conscious knowledge) to channel or access the environmental field.

He cautioned …

“The Initiate path is slower, but it’s permanent. The psychic path is faster, but it doesn’t last. An Initiate will not impose on you brain individuality. A psychic climbs through your window to borrow your dishes.”

I asked Adano why a study showed that psychics and criminals have similar brain wave patterns.

“Trauma,” he replied.

I told Adano about George Ivanovich Gurdjieff’ (1866-1949) boasting about psychically killing a cow many miles distant from him.

Adano asked me why Gurdjieff used his paranormal ability for killing instead of healing.

But he also warned me about the dangers of remote “healing,”, advising me to avoid radio bionics in any shape or form.

I personally know one of the men who thoroughly examined psychic surgeon Jose Pedro de Freitzes (1921-1971).

He was better known as Ze Arigo, the Surgeon of the Rusty Knife, who, possessed by the spirit of a dead German doctor, “healed” thousands of people, including the daughter of Juscelino Kubitschek (1902-1976), the President of Brazil from 1956 to 1961.

He cut out her malignant tumor using a pen knife without the use of any anesthetics or antiseptics.

Think of him as John of God (psychic surgeon Joao Teixera Faria) on steroids.

The military and the police are trained to weaken a person using a driver’s license photo.

Maybe the Amish belief that a photograph can “steal your soul” isn’t as preposterous as we think.

Ditto the Native American belief in the same thing.

Ditto many other “primitive” cultures believing a mirror or a photograph “splits the soul.”

Printer/goldsmith Johannes Gutenberg (1395?-1468) made his original fortune by stealing the souls of Holy Shrines with a mirror and selling them to religious pilgrims in the city of Aachen, a favorite residence of Charlemagne (742-814) and subsequently the seat of coronation for German royalty (thirty German kings and twelve Queens).

Adano said I am the reincarnation of Peter Schoffer (1425?-1423?), Gutenberg’s assistant and the world’s first international publisher.

Schoffer stole Gutenberg’s business out from under him with the help of his future father-in-law Johann Fust (1400?-1466), a goldsmith, lawyer, and money lender.

Schoffer published the world’s first herbal – Herbarius Latinus – in 1484, illustrating and describing 150 plants and 96 medicines.

Schoffer was an advocate of natural medicine and “learned ignorance,” the doctrine of “knowing is not knowing.”

He was familiar with the works of Nicholas of Cusa (1401-1464), the Marshall McLuhan of his time.

Nicholas wrote De Docta Ignorantia (On Learned Ignorance), a book explaining how to “embrace the Incomprehensible incomprehensibly.”

Nicholas was one of a select few of Westerners who understood the Taoist concepts of Tai Ji (Supreme Ultimate) and Wu Wei (Beyond Ultimate).

(To Be Continued Yes No Maybe)


'Psychic Self-Defense Is Not Taught In School' have 23 comments

  1. April 25, 2013 @ 7:39 pm atomb

    Dion Fortune (1890-946) wrote …

    “We shall never find the clue to the riddle of life until we realize that man is a spiritual being and that mind and body are the garments of his manifestations.”


  2. April 26, 2013 @ 1:54 am Vera

    Why is distance healing dangerous? Can you please explain?

    I know those stories about Nazi doctors who pay their debts possesing people and working surgeries trough them.. In Southeast Asia, South America… But, what ever is behind those “surgeons” why would that be bad when results are good?

    And those photographic soul splitting may be true, but we can protect, can’t we? I live in one area in Europe well known for black magic and for years I had life-serious problems because of it (or I thought I had), but now I don’t give a damn, I just don’t care. Someone can do bad mantras or any action from black magic arsenal of weapons on my photos for days, and:
    1.I can be a mirror or
    2.I can be better than that – I can forgive him/her, or
    3.I can be the best – I can forget.

    Aren’t those “actions” best defense?


    • April 26, 2013 @ 4:20 am atomb

      Your question deserves another blog entry, coming in the near future.

      All healing is ultimately self-healing.

      A perfect example of the possible results of “helping” someone is demonstrated in the 2004 movie The Butterfly Effect.

      Ditto the 1978 movie Circle of Iron.

      Not all of us who meditate (including me) are meditators.

      A meditator doesn’t have a point of view.

      Good and bad, black and white, up and down, are all Zoroastrian concepts put on steroids by Gutenberg’s invention of moveable and interchangeable type.

      Marshall McLuhan warned, “A point of view can be a dangerous luxury when substituted for insight and understanding.”

      Ultimately, it makes no difference what we do in this dream-world we inhabit, and Adano used to ask us, “Can you show me an ounce of evil?”


      • April 26, 2013 @ 4:25 am atomb

        The concept of good and evil probably only exists because we have two brains and an underdeveloped corpus callosum for communication between them.


        • May 4, 2013 @ 3:56 pm atomb

          Read my May 4th blog entry. :)


  3. April 27, 2013 @ 1:10 pm atomb

    Re: Where do you think the mind is located?

    Outside the body.

    The mind is stored in the external collective, pretty much where biochemist Rupert Sheldrake says it’s located.

    Ditto Swami Nitty-Gritty, who used his brain as a transceiver and variable capacity instead of a tape recorder.


  4. April 27, 2013 @ 1:30 pm atomb

    Re: Is carrageenan toxic?

    Yes, No, Maybe.

    Yes. Food-grade carrageenan causes a variety of inflammatory responses and gastrointestinal diseases.

    No. Organic carrageenan is sold in health food stores to remove toxic metals from the body.

    It used to be sold under the name carrageenan, but its name has been changed to “organic Irish moss” to avoid negative publicity.

    External use of carrageenan – food grade or otherwise – inhibits herpes and HIV infection.

    Maybe. Organic carrageenan contains the same “natural” heavy metals, including radioactive ones, it’s supposed to remove.

    The same for chlorella and spirulina.


  5. April 27, 2013 @ 2:10 pm atomb

    Re: What do you think of Dr. Lawrence Wilson?

    He’s OK. He has an innovative approach to hair mineral analysis.

    He took my Solar Nutrition workshop in Paradise Valley, Arizona, in the 1990s, and was not impressed.


  6. April 27, 2013 @ 2:43 pm Brendan

    Thank you. I have many almonds to chew.


    • April 27, 2013 @ 3:17 pm atomb

      almond = “all world” :)


  7. April 27, 2013 @ 3:24 pm atomb

    The Great Unwashed fear avian flu.

    Meanwhile, the Elite, while milking the disease for all its worth, use it to protect themselves against cancer.

    The Elite discredited William Bradley Coley in public while implementing his ideas in private.


  8. April 27, 2013 @ 3:51 pm atomb

    Re: Can garlic cause anemia?

    Yes, in therapeutic and/or chronic doses.

    Horses, cats, and dogs are especially prone to IMHA (immune-meditated hemolytic anemia).

    IMHA is also known as Heinz body anemia.

    Garlic and onions are best eaten in moderation and at the right time.

    Re: Is garlic a warming food?

    That’s what Traditional Chinese Medicine says.

    Is it just a coincidence that you can acquire IMHA from a severe burn?


  9. April 28, 2013 @ 12:51 pm RadioGuGu


    graham hancock and rupert sheldrake [link]


    • April 28, 2013 @ 3:42 pm atomb

      Thank you, Daniella.

      I’m not sure what ORN’s policy is on featuring links on blogs, so I deleted it for now.

      However, anyone can go to YouTube and find ~many~ uncensored videos by and about Rupert Sheldrake.

      Swami Nitty-Gritty had a more fundamental interpretation of the Extended Mind, but Dr. Sheldrake’s conception is close enough for the general idea.

      New Age meditation instructors mislead people by telling them “to go inside to find the answers.”

      It leads to the ascendency of celebrities like Dr. Daniel Amen, who offer the public the accompanying endogenous chemistry to “go inside.”

      Meditation is about CENTERING, the center of the two pivot points between the (a) outside coming inside and the (b) inside going outside, namely the …

      (a) pause between inhalation and exhalation and the

      (b) pause between exhalation and inhalation.

      The PAUSE is the PORTAL to BLANK – the escape from the duality of imminence and transcendence.


  10. April 29, 2013 @ 12:26 pm RadioGuGu

    It is, Atom. :) Thanks for mentioning this too!

    We caught up with some of Deepak Chopra’s blog on the Huff Post’s discussion/s regarding the two talks And the censorship. Heard also that they have been reposted by ted and didn’t make it watching them until you mentioned Sheldrake above. Seems like can’t view them elsewhere other than the ted/conversations,etc. link where the videos go along with the men’s comments on ted’s arguments for the censorship.

    Surely oneradionetwork’s ‘policy’ is theirs and feels completely unlike ted’s, for one… and Sheldrake’s talk might have already landed/been posted on the home page if it were more easily ‘shareable’ or accessible. ;)
    (Btw, who is Daniella?)

    Hugs to you all, :D


    • April 29, 2013 @ 5:36 pm atomb

      No censorship here at ORN. :)

      Patrick runs the gamut from Michael Parenti on the extreme left and Eustace Mullins on the extreme right and “far out” subjects way “out of the box.”

      The link thing is mostly a techie problem on my end.

      The good news about Rupert Sheldrake … there’s hours and hours of him available on YouTube.

      Being banned by the Sapling Foundation – the semi-elitist cadre behind TED Talks – will actually help spread Dr. Sheldrake’s message in cyberspace.

      When Sarah Silverman was criticized by TED organizer Chris Anderson for something she said during her TED Talk, she Tweeted him back …

      “Kudos for [Chris Anderson] for making TED an unsafe haven for all. You’re a barnacle of mediocrity on Bill Gates’ asshole.”


      • April 30, 2013 @ 11:31 am RadioGuGu

        Will check his book, The Science Delusion (called ‘Science set free’ in the USA, he said) and sounds like it will be veeery good to have it in schools all over the world, doesn’t it! (Also liked the too examples of ‘constants’ he mentioned – the speed of light and Big G (gravitation) in the talk! Really really short and enJoyable talk!!!)

        Kudos for you, Patrick and Sharon, Andrew and all friends of this radio for actually ‘getting rid of the box/es’ of all kinds And Just Sharing!!!
        Hugs, :D


        • April 30, 2013 @ 1:58 pm atomb

          Rupert Sheldrake reminds us that the Laws of Nature are really the Habits of Nature, and they can be transformed. :)


  11. April 29, 2013 @ 12:55 pm Brendan

    Hi Atom,

    What is going on with mucoid plaque?


    • April 29, 2013 @ 6:13 pm atomb

      Mucoid plaque is a fiction fabricated by supplement companies to hype their products.

      These supplements often contain psyllium fiber, a mucilage that does more harm than good.

      They also often contain “natural” laxatives, which also usually do more harm than good.

      However …

      (1) Constipation is NOT advertising hype.

      (2) Diarrhea is NOT advertising hype.

      (3) Autointoxication is NOT advertising hype.

      (4) Fecal impaction is NOT advertising hype.

      (5) Intestinal bezoars are NOT advertising hype (although mostly found in the stomach).

      (6) Fecalomas (fecaliths) are NOT advertising hype.

      (7) Intestinal parasites are NOT advertising hype.

      (8) Megaintestine (from parasites and toxins) is NOT advertising hype.

      (9) Intestinal hormone imbalance is NOT advertising hype.

      (10) Etc.

      LIFE begins in the colon.


      • April 29, 2013 @ 6:27 pm atomb

        Most medical doctors don’t believe in intestinal autointoxication, but Dr. Arthur C. Guyton (1919-2003), the Dean of the University of Mississippi Medical School, proved them wrong.

        You can find Dr. Guyton’s conclusive experiment in Guyton’s Textbook of Medical Physiology.

        I rarely read a medical textbook from cover to cover, but, in Dr. Guyton’s case, I made an exception.


  12. May 25, 2013 @ 11:58 am Daniel

    Have any of you seen the Dr Lustig stuff about sugar in the diet and how bad it is for you?

    It’s quite frightening and infuriating at the same time, they only put it there to get people to buy more food – all about the money rather than the welfare of the customer.


    • May 25, 2013 @ 1:16 pm atomb

      When people eat sugar out of time, they earn their illnesses.

      We must demand that all wellness experts lecture to the public in Speedo swim briefs. :)


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