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Mind, Brain and Consciousness

A group of renowned physicians and neuroscientist gathered at the United Nations in New York to present and discuss their latest insights on the relationship between mind, brain, and consciousness. The presented findings are revolutionary and point towards the emergence of a new paradigm in science.

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Holographic Universe

00156eAuthor Michael Talbot was interested in parallels between mysticism and physics and wrote several books in this field. Over the last decades scientists developed a holographic model of reality which can explain several inexplicable phenomena. Michael presents this model and also shares personal experiences which formed his worldview in this respect and inspired him to write a best-selling book on the topic.

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Scientific research on near-death experiences

00102cDr. Pim van Lommel is a Dutch cardiologist who started doing scientific research on near-death experiences after several of his cardiact arrest patients reported having witnessed events while their brain was clinically dead. In 2001 he published a by now famous Lancet study on the subject. In this interview he talks about his research and insights

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The Science Delusion

00325tBiochemist Dr. Rupert Sheldrake researched several delusions of science, particularly the assumptions on which modern science is based. In this lecture he traces back the history of several scientific dogmas and he shares his most inconvenient findings about them.

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Power of Subconscious Belief

00103dBruce Lipton was a professor for biology. During his research on genes, he made amazing discoveries. His key message : Your subconscious beliefs run your life. If these beliefs do not fit your life situation, you have the ability to change them.

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Nature of Reality

00136kThomas Campbell is a physicist who used to work for NASA. Over the last 30 years he developed a "Theory of Everything" that brings physics and metaphysics in one theory. In his lecture he presents a condensed summary of his theory.

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PSI Research

00224vDr. Dean Radin studied electrical engineering as well as psychology and has been researching PSI phenomena like telepathy and presentiments of future events for over 12 years. His experiments document that these phenomena are real but Dean's findings don't fit into the established scientific models.

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Gates of Awakening

00133hNeil Kramer identifies in this lecture different filters of conscious awareness, which conceil our perception of the external world. Additionally he provides some clues how to deconstruct these filters.

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Children's memories of previous lives

00101bDr. Jim Tucker is a psychiatrist at the University of Virginia. He has researched 2500 cases of children that have detailed memories about previous lives. In this interview Jim talks about his research into children who have provided names and other verifiable information from previous lives.

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Experiencing a stroke

00125zNeuroanatomist Jill Bolte Taylor realized she was having a massive stroke. As it happened - she felt her brain functions slip away one by one, speech, movement, understanding - she studied and remembered every moment. In this lecture she shares her experience.

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Beware online filter bubbles

00118sIn this 9-minute lecture Eli Pariser elaborates on how filter algorithms are pre-selecting the information users are presented with on search engines like Google or websites like Facebook. This user-specific tailoring mechanism decides without our consent which information is of importance to us and puts us in a reality bubble that reconfirms our worldview.

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Crop Circles

This award-winning documentary explores the crop circle phenomenon from various angles. It presents scientific research results along with amazing videos and pictures of the most stunning formations. Various experts on crop circles are interviewed about their insights.

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The Day Before Disclosure

02063mThis documentary covers the UFO / ET presence on Earth. It presents evidence gathered over the last 60 years along with interviews of witnesses from military and government. A collection of highly unusual information which you might never hear about from mainstream news sources.

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The Experimental Evidence for Parapsychological Phenomena: A Review

Etzel Cardeña

(published in American Psychologist, 2018, Vol.73, No. 5, 663-677)


Author :


Etzel Cardeña is Thorsen Professor of Psychology at Lund University in Sweden, where he directs CERCAP, the Center for Consciousness on Research and Anomalous Psychology. His main areas of research include anomalous experiences (including ostensible psi phenomena), hypnotic neurophenomenology, and dissociative reactions to trauma and dissociative disorders. He has been a Fellow of APA and APS, among others, and President of three professional organizations. His close to 300 professional publications include the books Varieties of Anomalous Experience, and Altering Consciousness, Volumes 1 and 2.

Link to University website of Prof. Cardeña




In his paper Cardeña gives a general introduction into psi, which he divides into 2 major areas:

1) extrasensory perception (ESP) - including

  • telepathy (being affected by other people's thoughts)
  • clearvoyance (optaining information at a distance) includes remote viewing
  • precognition/presentiment (being affected by a future event)
  • retrocognition (having noninferable knowledge about a past event)

2) psychokinesis (PK) - including

  • putative direct action of mental events (intent) on physical objects
  • PK is devided into 2 subgroups:
  •   macro-PK (anomalous force) - observable events e.g. table levitation
  •   micro-PK (anomalous pertubation) - unobservable events e.g. influencing a random number generator

Cardeña continues with an analysis on how the notion that psi phenomena violate the laws of nature and that they invalidate scientific achievements might both be misperceptions. He points towards the nonlocal interpretation of quantum mechanics as one option to explain psi effects. He also points towards hyperdimensional approaches within physics where a hyperdimensional "transcendetal field" could provide a framework to explain certain psi effects. From an evolutionary perspective psi abilities could even be interpreted as a fitness advantage as they could nudge us towards making better choices.

The meta-analysis of psi is at the core of Cardeña's paper. In this segement he summarizes about 1700 psi experiments conducted at over 40 universities around the world.

For those readers not familiar with statistics a very short insert: One commonly uses statistics measure used in psychology is the level of statistical significance. In order to interprete these p-values you just have to understand that the smaller the p-value the more significant the result. Often a 5% value (= 0.05) is used as the limit and any values below 0.05 are considered as signifiant. Whenever you see values with a negative exponent e.g.  10⁻³ this is equivalent to a value of 0.001 so the negative exponent basically tells you the amount of zeros in the value. The higher the negative exponent the smaller the value and the higher the significance of the effect.

Here is a condensed summary of how significant each psi effect was based on Cardeña's meta-analysis:

Anomalous cognition (receiving information / guessing a randomly chosen target)

  • Telepathy (Storm,2010): 10⁻16
  • Precognition (Bem,2015): 10⁻10
  • Psi dreams studies (Storm,2017):  10⁻7
  • Remote Viewing (Milton,1997):  10⁻9
  • Presentiment (Mossbridge,2012): 10⁻8
  • Precognition (Baptista,2015): 10⁻25

Anomalous perturbation (sending information / mentally influencing people/objects)

  • Direct mental interaction in living systems (Schmidt,2015):  10⁻3
  • Remote Healing (Roe,2015): <.05
  • Influencing dice (Radin,1991):  10⁻3
  • Random Number Generators / Micro-PK (Bösch,2006): <.05
  • Global Consciousness Project (Nelson,2015): 10⁻13

As you can see, all reported forms of psi phenomena are significant based on this statistical analysis but the level of significance varies. Phenomena related to anomalous cognition are way more significant than those related to anomalous pertubation. You find references to all these individual meta-analysis for each subject in the paper in case you want to look into them in more detail.


In the discussion of his results Cardeña addresses several common criticisms of psi experiments:

1) Problems with reliable replication of results

On this subject Cardeña points out that psi phenomena can not be replicated "on demand". But also replication studies on non-psi subjects have the same issue as shown by the "Many Labs" project, where 36 independant laboratories tried to replicate 16 psychological studies published in top journals. Only 34% of the results were confirming the original studies. So demanding a 100% replication rate for psi experiments is not really fair.

2) The measured effect sizes are very small

On this subject Cardeña points out that the effect sizes of psi phenomena might be small but that a meta-analysis of 25.000 non-psi psychology experiments also only reported an average effect size similar to those in Cardeña's psi meta-analysis. The effects of e.g. aspirin or propanolol to prevent heart conditions are much smaller than those of psi phenomena but are clinically recommended.

3) Significant psi effects only show in low-quality experiments

On this subject Cardeña points out that most meta-analysis which he considered for his paper did control for quality and that e.g. the presentiment meta-analysis showed that studies with higher quality standards showed higher and not lower effects. He also points out that psi studies have been done under more rigorous procedures than mainstream psychology studies and that the mainstream has adopted these procedures lateron. Another problem is selected publishing: While skeptics claim psi researchers would not publish failures where psi effects did not show as expected, a meta-analysis actually showed that skeptics do just that with their own psi research when trying to disprove psi effects they tend to publish failures and not publish experiments where psi effects were documented.

Cardeña summarizes his meta-analysis as follows: "The evidence provides cumulative support for the reality of psi, which cannot be readily explained away by the quality fo the studies, fraud, selective reporting, experimental or analytical incompetence or other frequent criticisms. The evidence for psi is comparable to that for established phenomena in psychology and other diciplines..."


Additional information:

In 2014 Prof. Cardeña wrote a petition that calls for a thorough investiation of PSI phenomena and anomalies of consciousness. This pedition was signed by 90 scientist, most of the professors at renowed universities all over the world.

Link to article containing his petition and the names of all 90 scientist






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What about money?

00398rBernard Lietaer is a former Central Banker, fond manager and university professor with more than 30 years of experience in the monetary system. In this interview he speaks in plain English about money, the Euro, the US Dollar and their future.

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Churnalism & Flat Earth News

00390jNick Davies worked as an investigative journalist for over 35 years. In this lecture he shares his insights on how the world of the press really works. He dismantles the golden rule of "objective reporting" and points out conflicts of interests which increasingly hinder truthful reporting.  

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Money & the Turning of the Age

00108iIn this lecture author Charles Eisenstein talks about how money changed the relationship between humanity and the world. He shares his vision of a society, which rediscovered its relationship to nature and where appreciation is expressed in other ways than just money.

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Corporatocracy and global empire

00100a 120John Perkins worked as Chief Economist at a major consulting firm. Over the years he became more and more aware of the massive amout of corruption the US empire is based upon but played along for a while. Finally he left his job and spoke out. A highly recommended interview !

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9/11 - Investigation of a Swiss historian

00104eDr. Daniele Ganser is a Swiss historian who teaches at Basel University. In this English lecture he presents a Swiss historian's view on the evidence on 9/11. A highly recommended overview of subjects and evidence usually not covered by the mass media.

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Crash course

00106gChris Martenson's "Crash course" from 2009 explains the inbuilt problems of the global economy, the financial system and society as a whole in easily understandable terms. Chris advocates to use common sense and prepare for what is coming.

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The Story of Stuff

The Story of Stuff is a 20 minute documentary that takes a critical look at Western consumer culture and the hidden costs in the process of producing cheap goods.

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Problema - 100 deep questions

In September 2006 over 100 great thinkers gathered for a round table discussion in Berlin. During this 9-hour day all participant were asked 100 deep questions and their responses were filmed simultaneously.

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Seeking Truth

In this series of lectures Mark Passio gives an excellent insight into his quest for truth. Mark covers a wide range of topics, he is an eloquent presenter and his lectures are clearly laid out. Highly recommended viewing !

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Propaganda in a democracy

02058hThe documentary Psywar takes a close look at how propaganda and public relations have grown into a most powerful tool in shaping western democracies. Perception management replaced balanced reporting of events in the news and you should understand how you are being manipulated.

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9/11 - Explosive Evidence - Experts speak out

The group "Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth" created a documentary in which they interview 53 experts about the scientific facts regarding 9/11. The result is a compelling collection of evidence why the official government story can not be true.

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Architects on 9/11

00160iRichard Gage worked for over 20 years as an architect and constructed several high-rise buildings. In this lecture he informs about research he conducted on 9/11 together with 1900 other architects. They discovered severe inconsistencies in the official story.

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