The following is a radio convo between Art Bell, a broadcaster, and a man claiming to have worked at Area 51
the man appears genuinely troubled throughout the conversation, though, from the broadcast alone, its hard to tell if he is just outta of his mind, or truly panicked
interestingly, the broadcast was mysteriously terminated as the entire station lost power
— what do you know about this video or what is your opinion?
Well…this was uploaded in 2007. Doesn’t seem like anything this guy claimed was gonna happen has happened yet. I tend to be a conspiracy theorist myself, but this one seems a bit far fetched.
However, the one thing that stood out to me (because I have heard about it and read about it many times), is the fact that he mentioned “interdimensional beings”. That is the claim I’m starting to hear more and more of. For example, there is a guy named Robert Dean who is a former NATO intelligence officer who is coming forward about things he learned throughout his career. Here’s an interesting video of what he has to say:
Do interdimensional beings really exist? And if so, could they really somehow travel into our dimension? I don’t really know.
@tine, If a UFO were to be seen by a person, that person would have a hard time explaining what has happened unless you could relate it to other times. If intelligence from higher dimensions were to grace the earth, it would be in form of the divine(us). They could teach in a way that greatly raised consciousness(for whatever reason they want to make us smarter(maybe to farm, ally with?)) in the most efficient way possible behind the curtains.
@tigerturban, once we figure out we are all perceiving physicality as a result of the program our mind is running then you will understand that implanting pure intelligence on this earth would be the only possible way to mass increase the consciousness because we all feed off each other.
@josephm, The most basic approach to meditation is to relax, let go, and do nothing. Surrender to the moment and watch yourself as a silent witness. If thoughts come to mind, then observe the thoughts without adding to them by your active participation. Be a detached and passive observer and simply feel your most basic fundamental being. This inherently immense entity has been called “the ground of being.”
The enlightened teacher J. Krishnamurti used the term “choiceless awareness” to describe his own meditation method. This means being conscious without the thought process choosing something smaller than your vast fundamental being to focus on. Consciousness is like a glass ball floating in the depth of space. Light and sensory input flows into the field of consciousness from all directions. When you think, you focus your attention on just one area of sensory input, or you create a thought from memory stored within the brain. With choiceless awareness, you are not thinking or remembering, just floating and letting sensory input flow through you from all directions without manipulating that input with the thought process. You live in the moment and become totally open. This openness attracts energy from all sides of the universe, which pushes you even higher.
Krishnamurti’s choiceless awareness is the same “methodless method” that Zen monks call “mindfulness.” Hindu yogis sometimes call it “one pointed vision.” A more accurate term might be one object vision. This means that you observe yourself, the sky, the trees, and the entire universe as one object. You no longer see the world as a multitude of parts and disconnected events. Instead, you accurately perceive the observer and the observed as exactly the same thing, with no artificial wall of separation blocking the limits of consciousness. This singular entity becomes acutely aware of itself in all its vastness. The one cosmic being, as Krishnamurti said, is “beyond time” and is “untouched by thought.” The revered sage Ramana Maharshi described it as “infinite” and “bigger than the human race.”
– Christopher Calder