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The Paradise Paradox - 15 - Economic Collapse

The Paradise Paradox – 15 – Economic Collapse

  In this episode, we pool our economic thoughtpower together and attempt to make an estimate of what will happen in the world economy in the coming years. We reflect on some of the causes of the severe currency adjustment over 2014. We look at the actions of certain central banks - some

02.24.2015 | kurt |

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The Paradise Paradox - 14 - To The Moon!

The Paradise Paradox – 14 – To The Moon!

In this episode, we broach the subject of everyone's favourite lifeless rock, the moon. We discuss the Apollo missions, what evidence there is that humans have walked on the moon, faked or real moon photos, the black sun, front projection, Stanley Kubrick, Neil Degrasse Tyson, the greatest achieveme

02.19.2015 | philosophical |

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The Paradise Paradox - 13 - A Trip Report

The Paradise Paradox – 13 – A Trip Report

A Big Mexican Day! This is an extended story of a favour which turned a day into an adventure. We discuss daydreaming, visions, cultural understandings and traditions. Further we explore higher taste, perception of colour, trusting your higher self and the challenges of destiny. To download the a

02.12.2015 | antics |

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The Paradise Paradox - 12 - High Density

The Paradise Paradox – 12 – High Density

We explore some of the teachings of the book "The Law of One - The RA Material". This is a book purporting to be a factual account of dialogues of an entity from an Andromedan star, channelled by some students by a complex ritual. We touch on ideas like quantum mechanics, the nature of reality, and

02.9.2015 | philosophical |

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The Paradise Paradox - 11 - The Fate of the Union

The Paradise Paradox – 11 – The Fate of the Union

Politics schmolotics. A few days ago, some guy called Barack Hussein Obama gave an hour-long speech, and a lot of people listened. We used this as an opportunity to examine the ways in which political leaders use language to influence the way you see the world. Right click and press "Save as" to

01.30.2015 | philosophical |

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