Why Randi Has Never Been Proven Wrong
In truth, countless studies have demonstrated conclusively that it is statistically impossible for known cases to be random, just as it is statistically impossible for anyone to win Randi's silly little 1 million dollar prize if he can be proven wrong that there is no such thing as psychic phenomenon. No one has ever proved him wrong or will, not because he's right, but because his standard of proof is ridiculously impossible and is coming from a con man's tool of the trade: a bait and switch. For example, he creates a standard of proof where an experiment must be reproduced 100% of the time regardless of venue or researchers conducting it. Sounds reasonable, no? If it is true you should be able to demonstrate it anywhere, like you can by dropping a brick to prove gravity always makes things fall. But hire a team of chimps or biased interests to conduct a few studies and see how easy it is to skewer results. Use the test protocols and don't mention the fact you tested the brick by letting it drop in space. It then becomes impossible to win any such challenge, and the true fraud is actually Randi himself for presenting the prize as scientific and unbiased.
The Impious Digest 5 Million Dollar Challenge: Prove the Paranormal Does Not Exist 1
1. $5,000,000 awarded in lifetime payments of 50 cents per month.
Here are the rules.
- The proof must completely disprove the existence of non-local consciousness to the satisfaction of the entire scientific community and become an accepted law that is consistently predictable and demonstrable.
- Must prove coincidence, and not the brain, is always involved in the synchronous parallel perception of two or more minds.
- The proof must completely disprove the placebo effect. (Mind over matter.)
- Must prove every scientifically documented case supporting reincarnation is fraud.
Nobody gives a shit about spoon bending so Randi can have that one on the house. Same with televangelist faith healers (magicians in and of themselves).
Standing on the Shoulders of Midgets, Fighting the "Enemies of Reason"
An example of telepathy we all experience is what Dr. Rupert Sheldrake refers to as "telephone telepathy" where we start to think about an old friend and they happen to call. If you think about it, for this to be possible without telepathy, you would have to spend about 100% of your conscious moments indefinitely thinking about them for them to call you at that exact moment they are on your mind. Quantum entanglement explains it, but Randi the scientist referee/gatekeeper guy doesn't believe in quantum physics. What Sheldrake describes isn't really paranormal at, as he puts it aptly, it's normal. It's common.
Rupert Sheldrake was actually censored at a TED talk for discussing ten inescapable dogmas of science in The Science Delusion, a tongue-in-cheek allusion to Richard Dawkin's The God Delusion. Dogmas are basically religious tenets, beliefs that are not allowed to be questioned, and do not belong in science. What TED did was ban him for questioning the way we see science today. This proved his point and they missed the irony, but they never back-tracked and after an outcry and protest, TED moved his talk into what Sheldrake quipped was "the naughty corner" of their website. The decision was made by a cowardly anonymous panel of scientists that were protecting us from "pseudoscience" because he suggested telepathy and a universal consciousness were never debunked at all. That is actually a fact. When he spoke of morphic resonance, incidentally, that might have hit a little too close to home for the CSI's paranormal "debunker" magicians in the audience. Those are trade secrets. In actual magic or the metaphysical realms in general, the same field is postulated and appealed to except their sages call it the Akashic Record.
Using every day, observable phenomenon Sheldrake presented it from a scientific perspective, with evidence and with conclusions no honest mind could squirm out of. Sheldrake didn't propose quantum entanglement as an explanation, but it came naturally and the new physicists began exploring it. In this model, the brain's memory system is like RAM memory and non-local consciousness like the Akashic Record is like the universe's hard drive storage. In this model, the brain is also a receiver and transmitter of consciousness and not the creator because consciousnesses preceded it and will continue after death. According to Sheldrake:
Morphic resonance is a process whereby self-organising systems inherit a memory from previous similar systems. In its most general formulation, morphic resonance means that the so-called laws of nature are more like habits. The hypothesis of morphic resonance also leads to a radically new interpretation of memory storage in the brain and of biological inheritance. Memory need not be stored in material traces inside brains, which are more like TV receivers than video recorders, tuning into influences from the past. And biological inheritance need not all be coded in the genes, or in epigenetic modifications of the genes; much of it depends on morphic resonance from previous members of the species. Thus each individual inherits a collective memory from past members of the species, and also contributes to the collective memory, affecting other members of the species in the future.
For Sheldrake to prove his argument that science had dogmas all he had to do was wait a few moments before someone attacked him for challenging "established scientific facts." He proved it: they censored him.
The 10 Science Dogmas
- Everything is essentially mechanical. Dogs, for example, are complex mechanisms, rather than living organisms with goals of their own. Even people are machines, ‘lumbering robots’, in Richard Dawkins’s vivid phrase, with brains that are like genetically programmed computers.
- All matter is unconscious. It has no inner life or subjectivity or point of view. Even human consciousness is an illusion produced by the material activities of brains.
- The total amount of matter and energy is always the same (with the exception of the Big Bang, when all the matter and energy of the universe suddenly appeared).
- The laws of nature are fixed. They are the same today as they were at the beginning, and they will stay the same for ever.
- Nature is purposeless, and evolution has no goal or direction.
- All biological inheritance is material, carried in the genetic material, DNA, and in other material structures.
- Minds are inside heads and are nothing but the activities of brains. When you look at a tree, the image of the tree you are seeing is not ‘out there’, where it seems to be, but inside your brain.
- Memories are stored as material traces in brains and are wiped out at death.
- Unexplained phenomena like telepathy are illusory.
- Mechanistic medicine is the only kind that really works.
Biocentrism alone, the only model that successfully creates a Unified Field Theory, destroys every one of those dogmas, and it is where the top minds in science, particularly in physics and biology, are now rushing towards as scientists were soon faced with a working model of the universe and a purely hypothetical one.
Indeed, Dr. Robert Lanza, the man who coined the term and proposed its seven principles, is the most accomplished mind in stem cell research today and had already made his mark. He has often been compared to Einstein and not without good reason: Einstein died trying to find a Unified Field Theory, and Lanza found it by adding consciousness to the equation.
Facts are relative to how far along we have advanced in science and can always change. It was once a fact that the earth was flat, that eugenics worked, and that the brain could be scrambled with an ice pick and it would improve functioning. Indeed, in 1949 Egaz Moniz, the man that came up with the lobotomy received a Nobel Prize in Physiology for the dubious gift to mankind.
For Sheldrake to prove his argument all he had to do was wait a few moments before someone attacked him for challenging "established scientific facts" and "discrediting science." If he was lucky, they would be so unnerved by the reality check they would attempt to censor him. Sheldrake got lucky.
Dawkins supporters at TED were so intimidated on that panel they formed a secret, extrajudicial star chamber to act as judge and executioner. So it was written in The Holy Skeptic Bible, 2 The Book of Dawkins, Chap 2, verses 2-5:
Verily, the DIM, the Disciples of Insentient Matter convened, as their Lord was most grievously questioned. The disciples were most assuredly butthurt for their prophet was defied, and a most impious Sheldrake, it was decreed, blasphemed against the science gods. And it came to pass the elders declared "Thou shalt call TED, and faxeth unto them, but as he did nothing wrong, we shall judge anonymously and punitively. Thou shalt also fucketh with his Wikipedia page under rotating guerrilla editors, calling him not a Cambridge biologist but a pseudoscientist, or a type of deli sandwich, or unicycle; and trolleth him, for he vexeth us much with reason."
Yet by that action alone they ensured Sheldrake proved his point: science had become enslaved by dogma, and it actually did have high priests now. As it is now, Dawkins has become a militant atheist and professional skeptic on a crusade to hunt the "enemies of reason." Yet even Charles Darwin, a man Dawkins diddles himself to on a pole dance of eugenicist dogma, was not an atheist. Even an agnostic Einstein detested it when he was thrown into the atheist camp. That said, Dawkins is standing on the shoulders of midgets. I mean, look at him, struggling to keep his balance on the tiny, crushed shoulders of mediocrity.
Isn't that cute?
Because he does humbly assume himself to be an absolute authority on what truth is, he is himself an enemy of reason because that is the definition of dogma, that is the heart of religion, and here is a man who has devoted his life to destroying religion. It is a deeper wisdom to those of us who come to face ourselves that what we hate most in others is what we hate about ourselves. It is also a basic theory in psychology that therapists call "projection." Dawkins, I say this with love, man: you could use some therapy because this "enemies of reason" nonsense has become your identity, and any thinking man will come to ask if that is how, in your heart of hearts, you truly perceive yourself: as an enemy of reason.
Psychological projection is a theory in psychology in which humans defend themselves against unpleasant impulses by denying their existence in themselves, while attributing them to others. For example, a person who is rude may constantly accuse other people of being rude.
The Biggest Kicker: Real Magicians Actually Do Believe in the Paranormal and Practice the Invocation of Spirits
Again, James Randi is a professional paranormal skeptic and magician. See a conflict of interest now? The deepest and most mysterious tricks of magicians deals with a much greater understanding of quantum human energy fields and non-local consciousness which sometimes, though certainly and tragically not necessarily, involves some rather unsavory means of invocation (attunement).
“Thou maist know further, That those Souls do still love their relinquished Bodies after death, as it were a certain affinity alluring them; as are the Souls of noxious men, which have violently relinquished their Bodies, and Souls wanting a due burial, which do still wander in a liquid and turbulent Spirit about their dead carkasses; for these Souls by the known means by which heretofore they were conjoyned to their Bodies, by the like vapors, liquors, and favours, are easily drawn unto them.
“From hence it is, that the Souls of the dead are not to be called up without blood, or by the application of some part of their relict Body.
Historically, apparitions and particularly shadows are what appeared to witnesses. The Wiccans, in fact, use a religious text of magical rituals called The Book of Shadows.
“In raising up these shadows, we are to perfume with new Blood, with the Bones of the dead, and with Flesh, Egges, Milk, Honey and Oile, and such-like things, which do attribute to the Souls a means apt to receive their Bodies.
Of Occult Philosophy, by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa
The International Brotherhood of Magicians is intimately connected to the occult world and puts out a magazine called The Linking Ring. Are they skeptics too?
What is Magic? A Dialogue With David Abram: Rupert Sheldrake and Dr David Abram probe the meaning and manifestation of magic in the world: presented at Hollyhock on Cortes Island, Canada on August 6, 2015. David is an accomplished storyteller and sleight-of-hand magician who has lived and traded magic with indigenous sorcerers in Indonesia, Nepal, and the Americas.
Prayer for others appeals to love, the highest and most enlightened wave state the mind can align with, it is one that can defeat hate and fear; but the aforementioned magickal invocation rituals involve attunement to negative wave states as a rule. Connecting all forms of consciousnesses in this system is what some in intelligence agencies called the Matrix, aka Akashic Record:
The Matrix has been described as a huge, non-material, highly structured, mentally accessible”framework” of information containing all data pertaining to everything in both the physical and non-physical universe. In the same vein as Jung’s Cosmic Unconsciousness, the Matrix is open to and comprises all conscious entities as well as information relating to everything else living or nonliving by accepted human definition.
First Order of the Day: Let's Make Blood Drinking Cool
So what do Satanists stand for? At the very least, the most common, and familiar activities involve pedophilia and devil worship, particularly demonic invocation and blood rituals. An explosion of recent Hollywood movies featuring attractive vampires as protagonists work at a more subconscious level, wittingly or unwittingly making the drinking of human blood acceptable or even fashionable. Why? Like vampires, Satanists actually do drink human blood in their rituals. Take this headline from The Daily Mail, for example: "Teenager guilty of pensioner's 'vampire ritual' killing." We read "A teenager was today found guilty of murdering his elderly neighbour and drinking her blood in a vampire ritual...."