Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Does a CME Affect Life on Earth?

By: Stewart Brennan

Two days ago: I was happily working away on my computer putting together an artist profile to post on World United Music, when a sudden burst of negative energy washed over me with the most intrusive force. It instantly gave rise to powerful negative emotions and ill feelings, so much so that I burst out cursing from the anxiety that had enveloped my mind. I was visibly angry and couldn’t understand why…as I questioned why I was angry and where this anger and anxiety was coming from, I also noted that just as this rise in negative energy hit me, there was a number of dogs that started barking all around the neighbourhood…and at the same time a few neighbours in different areas started screaming at each other…all of it coincided with the very same moment I experienced this wash of negative energy. Was it just a freakish coincidence? I went into the living room of my apartment where my wife was busy and asked her if she was feeling a sudden surge of anxiety, and with a look that asked, “how did you know?” she answered “yes”. 

This negative wave lasted a few hours and slowly subsided as the day became night…notably, the disruptions around the neighbourhood also subsided which kept my curiosity of the event at a peak.
I sat back and pictured what I experienced, and clearly it felt as if a saw tooth ramp of energy had washed over me, blasting me, peak first to slow discharge. The whole episode lasted from early afternoon until nightfall which is when everything began to settle down to normal…including the neighbourhood. This is not the first time that I experienced a wave of energy wash over me, but it certainly was the strongest and harshest surge I had felt.

Questioning the Sun

I have been monitoring Earth events since 2007 when I created World United News, but I became interested in the associated effects of the Sun with our Planet around 2011 when I began finding more and more articles dealing with the Sun’s energy, its cycle, CME’s, and Earth’s magnetic shield. Slowly, I’ve become aware of some of the different effects that our Sun has on our planet through a lot of reading…and so I questioned what I had just experienced knowing full well that there was a pending CME (Coronal Mass Ejection) from an Earth directed X-Class flare due to hit our planet that very day. Maybe the geomagnetic effects had something to do with the surge in the negative energy I was feeling…
I used to go to the NASA websites and collect data on the Sun in 2011 but found a YouTube channel in 2012 that adequately covered all the material and then some, that I was interested in, called “Suspicious Observers”. (See Link Below)
I decided I would wait for the S.O. Report for the next morning so I kept my thoughts and speculations on the back burner and pushed through my work. Working with music is a great way to deal with the negative feelings brought on by anxiety…

Magnetic Storm, Earthquakes | S0 News November 11, 2014

YouTube Channel: Suspicious Observers

Indeed, I learned from the report that the energy and magnetic interference of the CME, combined with the Negative Coronal Hole Impact, may have been a factor in the sudden surge of anxiety displayed by both neighbours and animals in the neighbourhood Monday November 10th. I could be wrong of course, however, one must note that our thoughts are electric impulses, and that an electric pulse is affected by magnetic field strength. One incident does not prove anything but as I begin to understand how the sun works and how it affects our small planet, I’m beginning to see patterns arise at a time when Earth’s Magnetic Shield is loosing strength due to an ongoing magnetic pole reversal.

Earth's Magnetism

Ok, so the music sucked in that video…see how music can invoke emotion? And what is music but electro magnetic vibration. Music can also sooth, so imagine if the music selection was ambient instead of being filled with intensity and suspense. 8-) But I digress…

Below is a summary video confirming the Earth’s weakening magnetic field.

Earth’s Weakening Magnetic Field

It is my belief that when magnetic pole reversal happens, it starts off slow and then speeds up exponentially the closer it gets to its flipping point. The magnetic field does not completely disappear it just weakens until Earth’s internal molten gyro finds its magnetic equilibrium again and then goes back to full strength once the poles have flipped. The amount of time it takes to shift should be viewed as exponential rather than in linear terms of understanding.

Anyone that has experimented with magnets can see what happens when you move two magnets close to each other. Not only can you feel the force between the two magnets repelling each other but you can see how quickly opposite poles move when they move towards magnetic equilibrium.

It must also be noted that when the Earth’s magnetic field is weak, the sun’s potential to affect the Earth greatly intensifies as more radiation makes its way through to the planet surface with CME’s…radiation I might add that changes DNA and affects the lifeforms on this planet. This theory also gives rise to questions regarding evolution of life on the planet…But that is another topic for another day…back to the sensing the effects of the suns energy.

The video below depicts the suns energy converted into audible frequency so you can hear what happens when a CME is released from the Sun.

Sound of the Sun

The sound you hear in the video is of a CME (Coronal Mass Ejection) from start to its calming end. Notice the ramp down in its intensity. What you are hearing is Electromagnetic waves from the sun
converted to frequencies within the human audible range.

The 'Voice' of our Earth

The sun also affects the other planets as does cosmic energy from outside our solar system. Here again Electromagnetic waves from the planets are converted to frequencies within the human audible range so that we can hear them.  

NASA Voyager Recordings - Symphonies Of The Planets 3

To put things into perspective...we are tiny energy transceivers on a planet powered by the sun which is one star in a sea of stars that is in a sea of seas...

Largest Sky Map Revealed: An Animated Flight Through the Universe

From Nanometers to Billions of Light Years, or micro to macro, everything is the same and is all connected…we are left in awe, that everything is energy and that we are a mirror of all there is, condensed into fractal entities and connected by consciousness…we are all powerful and powerless at the same time, living in a matrix of energy that repeats itself on every level…and yet we have the power of creation just by the energy of a thought…

The Detailed Universe

The Sun has a direct connection to our internal power source through vibrational frequency. Indeed this is also the case with the Earth having its own vibrational frequency, and we are connected to Earth. When the Sun lets loose a CME it is mostly deflected by the Earth’s magnetic field however there is a direct effect to the Earth’s magnetic field. When the Earth’s magnetic field is weaker, there is more energy from the sun that penetrates the field...and right now our Earth's magnetic field is much it possible that as the magnetic shield weakens, the lifeforms on this planet sense the energy shock of, say, the larger X-Class CME's? And what if a CME is also accompanied by a the ramp up in solar wind by a Coronal Hole when the Magnetic Field of the Earth is weakening?
Does a CME affect life on Earth? You bet it does and in many more ways than most people realize.

Additional Links:

Suspicious Observers - Official Website
YouTube Channel: Suspicious Observers

World United Music
World United News
Awakening to Vibrational Changes and Thought Energy
Cymatics! Song of Earth - NASA Voyager Recordings - Audio Visualization by Jess-E
NOVA: Magnetic Pole Flip 530,000 Years Overdue & Happening Now?
Molecular Vibration


Thursday, October 30, 2014

Gabor Maté - The Power of Addiction and The Addiction of Power


Gabor Maté very eloquently explains human destructive behaviors in society and to ourselves in this short video that will awaken ones mind and bring some understanding to ones own addictions or pain.

About: Gabor Maté 

Canadian physician Gabor Maté is a specialist in terminal illnesses, chemical dependents, and HIV positive patients. Dr. Maté is a renowned author of books and columnist known for his knowledge about attention deficit disorder, stress, chronic illness and parental relations. His theme at TEDxRio+20 was addiction -- from drugs to power. From the lack of love to the desire to escape oneself, from susceptibility of the being to interior power -- nothing escapes. And he risks a generic and generous prescription: "Find your nature and be nice to yourself."

Life & Career

Born in Budapest, Hungary in 1944, he is a survivor of the Nazi genocide. His maternal grandparents were killed in Auschwitz when he was five months old, his aunt disappeared during the war, and his father endured forced labour at the hands of the Nazis. He emigrated to Canada with his family in 1956. He was a student radical during the Vietnam era in the late 1960s and graduated with a B.A. from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. He worked for a few years as a high school English and literature teacher, and later returned to school to pursue his childhood dream of being a physician.

Maté ran a private family practice in East Vancouver for over twenty years. He was also the medical co-ordinator of the Palliative Care Unit at Vancouver Hospital for seven years. Currently he is the staff physician at the Portland Hotel, a residence and resource centre for the people of Vancouver's Downtown . Many of his patients suffer from mental illness, drug addiction and HIV, or all three. He works in harm reduction clinics in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. Most recently, he has written about his experiences working with addicts in In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts.

He made national headlines in defense of the physicians working at Insite (a legal supervised safe injection site) after the federal Minister of Health, Tony Clement, attacked them as unethical.

In 2010, Dr. Maté became interested in the traditional Amazonian plant medicine ayahuasca and its potential for treating addictions. He partnered with a Peruvian Shipibo ayahuasquero (traditional shamanic healer) and began leading multi-day retreats for addiction treatment, including ones in a Coast Salish First Nations community that were the subject of an observational study by health researchers from the University of Victoria and the University of British Columbia. Although preliminary and limited by the observational study design, the research results showed that Maté's claims of therapeutic efficacy were well-founded and that participants had significant improvements in some psychological measures and reductions in problematic substance use. However, when the conservative Canadian federal government learned about Maté's work with ayahuasca in 2011, Health Canada threatened him with arrest if he did not immediately stop his activities with what they claimed was a harmful illegal drug. Yet, Health Canada's own research on ayahuasca in 2008 showed that they knew the risks associated with the ceremonial use of the brew were very low, and that it had considerable potential value for spiritual and self-actualizing purposes.

Writings & Views

A recurring theme in Maté's books is the impact of a person's childhood on their mental and physical health through neurological and psychological mechanisms, which he connects with the need for social change. In the book In the Realm of the Hungry Ghosts, he proposes new approaches to treating addiction (e.g. safe injection sites) based on an understanding of the biological and socio-economic roots of addiction. He describes the significant role of "early adversity" i.e. stress, mistreatment and particularly childhood abuse, in increasing susceptibility to addiction. This happens through the impairment of neurobiological development, impairing the brain circuitry involved in addiction, motivation and incentive. He argues the "war on drugs" actually punishes people for having been abused and entrenches addiction more deeply as studies show that stress is the biggest driver of addictive relapse and behavior. He says a system that marginalizes, ostracizes and institutionalizes people in facilities with no care and easy access to drugs, only worsens the problem. He also argues the environmental causes of addiction point to the need to improve child welfare policies (e.g. U.S. welfare laws that force many single women to find low-paying jobs far away from home and their children) and the need for better support for families overall, as most children in North America are now away from their parents from an early age due to economic conditions. He feels that society needs to change policies that disadvantage certain minority groups, causing them more stress and therefore increased risks for addictions.

The impact of childhood adversity is also noted in When the Body Says No: Understanding the Stress-Disease Connection. He notes that early experiences have a key role in shaping a person's perceptions of the world and others, and in stress physiology, factors that affect the person's health later on. He says that emotional patterns ingrained in childhood live in the memory of cells and the brain and appear in interpersonal interactions. He describes the impact of 'adverse childhood experiences' or ACEs (e.g. a child being abused, violence in the family, a jailed parent, extreme stress of poverty, a rancorous divorce, an addict parent, etc.) on how people live their lives and their risk of addiction and mental and physical illnesses, as seen in a number of U.S.-based Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) studies. Having a number of ACEs exponentially increases a person's chances of becoming an addict later on e.g. a male child with six ACEs has a 4,600% or 46-fold increase in risk. ACEs also exponentially increase the risk of diseases e.g. cancer, high blood pressure, heart disease, etc. and also suicide and early death.

He argues that patients should therefore be encouraged to explore their childhoods and the impact on their adult behaviors. Overall, he argues people benefit by taking a holistic approach to their own health. For instance, he has seen people survive supposedly terminal diagnoses by seriously considering their "mind-body unity" and "spiritual unity"; going beyond "the medical model of treatment."

He has also spoken about how the rise in bullying, ADHD and other mental disorders in American children are the result of current societal conditions e.g. a disconnected society and "the loss of nurturing, non-stressed parenting." That is, we live in a society where for the first time in history, children are spending most of their time away from nurturing adults. He asserts that nurturing adults are necessary for healthy brain development.


Scattered Minds: A New Look at the Origins and Healing of Attention Deficit Disorder, Toronto, Canada, A.A. Knopf Canada, 1999 (published in the United States as Scattered: How Attention Deficit Disorder Originates and What You Can Do About It).

When the Body Says No: The Cost of Hidden Stress, Toronto, Canada, A.A. Knopf Canada, 2003 (published in the United States as When the Body Says No: Exploring the Stress-Disease Connection).

Hold On to Your Kids: Why Parents Need to Matter More Than Peers, co-authored with developmental psychologist Gordon Neufeld, Toronto, Canada, A.A. Knopf Canada, 2004.

In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters with Addiction, Toronto, Canada, A.A. Knopf Canada, 2008

Gabor Maté – Official Website

Additional Links:

Dr. Gabor Maté ~ Who We Are When We Are Not Addicted: The Possible Human
Dr. Gabor Mate on how addiction changes the brain
Gabor Mate on The Human Face of Addictive Behaviour
When the Body Says No -- Caring for ourselves while caring for others. Dr. Gabor Maté
Gabor Mate with Rebekah Demirel, Seattle, May 16, 2014


Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Awakening to Vibrational Changes and Thought Energy

Quantum Communication

Choose which type of reality you want to live in. Energy will flow where your attention goes so what you put your attention on will increase and accelerate in that direction or phase as time goes on. The choice is yours, so why not create the reality you want? Make the transformation internally and shift into your new reality.

How Our Thoughts Alter Physical Reality

By: Dr. Wayne Dyer

We literally create our reality! (Quantum Physics now proves this) We are all governed by a set of Universal Laws, and these laws were created by GOD to aid us in creating the life we desire. One of these laws is known as the "Law Of Attraction" or the law of "Reaping and Sowing". This law simply states, whatever you give out in Thought, Word, Feeling, and Action is returned to you. Whether the return is negative, or positive, failure or success, is all up to what you give out.

The Tools That Create Your Reality - The Law Of Attraction

Sunday, May 18, 2014

India – Our Key to the Ancient World

1: Ancient India’s Contributions to the World

Video Source:

India is one of the oldest and richest civilizations in the world. It is home to the world's first planned cities, where every house had its own bathroom and toilet five thousand years ago.

The Ancient Indians have not only given us yoga, meditation and complementary medicines, but they have furthered our knowledge of science, maths -- and invented Chaturanga, which became the game of chess.

According to Albert Einstein, they "taught us how to count", as they invented the numbers 1-9 and 'zero', without which there would be no computers or digital age. Unfairly we call this system of counting Arabic numbers -- a misplaced credit.

Two thousand years ago the Indians pioneered plastic surgery, reconstructing the noses and ears on the faces of people who had been disfigured through punishment or warfare. They performed eye operations such as cataract removal and invented inoculation to protect their population from Smallpox, saving thousands of lives.

2: Ancient India

Video Source:

The story of India is one of fabulous dynasties and kings, timeless belief systems and golden ages of culture. This fascinating program journeys through the centuries to demonstrate how glories such as the Taj Mahal reflect the character of a unique people. Authoritative and entertaining, this program features a stunning graphic re-creation of an Indus Valley City of the Second Millennium BC.

3: Science Validates Vedic History

A common view among linguists is that there should be a standard Indus Valley script

By: Amish Tripathi

Story Source: India Today Dec 23, 2013

In a startling development Mahesh Keshavam, Gangadhar Yadav and Akbar Patel have announced that they've deciphered the Indus Valley script. Their task was made simple by the discovery of an Indian equivalent of the Rosetta Stone. For those who don't know, the Rosetta Stone, an ancient Pharaonic-Egypt decree discovered in the 18th century, helped decipher the ancient Egyptian script.

The Indian equivalent of the Rosetta Stone, called the Naga Stone by the trio who discovered it, has a message from a king who lived many millennia ago, inscribed in three different scripts. One of these is the ancient Brahmi script, which as we all know, has been deciphered already.

"We discovered the Naga Stone in Nagaland, and hence the name, explained Mahesh. "It appears to be a message from a local ruler, prescribing that a certain festival celebration be followed strictly. It has the same message in three different scripts, one of which is Brahmi, which we can read. Since the message is the same across the other scripts, it was a simple job of matching words to decipher the other scripts.

Interestingly, all three scripts including Brahmi can be identified as Indus Valley scripts since they contain symbols commonly found in Indus Valley seals. The Indus script (which is a hieroglyphic script, like that of Mandarin) has largely been found to be inscribed on small seals that were probably used for trade and, some say, for inspirational quotes as well.

Akbar said, "What we have discovered is that there was not one uniform Indus Valley script. There were many, each differing from the other quite a degree, even if some of the symbols were similar. In fact, one of the scripts is even written right to left!

It is a common view among linguistic experts that there should be one standard Indus Valley script. It seemed logical as everything within the Indus Valley civilisation seemed to be rigidly standardised, from the dimensions of the bricks used in construction to the broad layouts for cities. It appears that the linguistic experts were wrong. Different regions did use different scripts. But was the language common?

"Yes, the language was common even though the scripts were different, said Mahesh. "And the language was Sanskrit. At the look of surprise on my face, Gangadhar stepped in. "You know, explained Gangadhar, "the practice of using the Devanagiri script for the Sanskrit language is a relatively recent phenomenon. In ancient times, many other scripts were used, including the Brahmi script. In fact, ancient manuscripts have been found in Kerala wherein Sanskrit had been written in the Malayalam script. So the idea of using different scripts for the same language is not new in India. Of course, originally, Sanskrit had no native script and was primarily an oral language.

But this obviously raises questions about the version of history taught to us. We are taught that the Indus Valley people were Dravidians who were indigenous Indians. They were, apparently, overrun by Sanskrit-speaking Aryan invaders and pushed to the south. So how can the script of a defeated people be used for the language of the victors?

"If you read the message on the Naga Stone itself, said Akbar, "your doubts will be cleared. There was no so-called Aryan invasion. Unbiased historians have always marvelled at this strange dichotomy in ancient Indian history-the Indus Valley civilisation, the largest, most urban and richest civilisation of its time, purportedly left behind no literature or markers of high culture; whereas the so-called Aryan invaders from Central Asia, who didn't build any great cities and were apparently barbaric warriors, left behind the largest body of literature when compared to any other people of the ancient world. The only logical explanation is that the Indus Valley civilisation and the Vedic-erroneously called Aryan-civilisation were one and the same.

"In India, the study of history is unfortunately heavily politicised, with left- and right-wing ideologues making arguments based on their ideological positions rather than facts, said Gangadhar. "They both, sadly, allow their ideological leanings to cloud their thinking. Therefore, today, we have to turn to Westerners or non-professional Indian historians who are still untouched by the politics that plagues our history departments, to find unbiased interpretations of our history which are based on facts. Most Western historians have already junked the Aryan Invasion Theory as colonial-era, European myth-making.

But the convincing proof is the Naga Stone itself. The message written on it is unambiguous. The local ruler of that time, Vasuki, said that the ancient Naga celebration of Panchami must be followed since it had come down to his people (whom he called Vedic people) from an ancient 10,000-year-old tradition from Sangam and Dwarka. Since the stone itself is at least 3,000 years old, it makes the 'mother cultures' of Sangam and Dwarka more than 13,000 years old, that is, before the end of the last great ice age.

But where were Sangam and Dwarka? "We believe that Sangam refers to an ancient Tamil civilisation and Dwarka to an ancient Gujarati one, said Akbar. "It would seem that the British writer, Graham Hancock, was right. He had postulated that there were many ancient civilisations spread across the world before the end of the last great ice age, when the sea levels were a lot lower. Two of those civilisations were based in India -one off the coast of modern Tamil Nadu and another off the coast of modern Gujarat. These civilisations were destroyed when the ice age ended and the sea levels rose. The survivors escaped to the north and established what we call the Vedic civilisation. So, according to Graham Hancock, the ancient Vedic civilisation descended from an even more ancient Tamil and Gujarati civilisation. The Naga Stone has just confirmed this theory. Clearly, our history books need some rewriting!

4: Flooded Kingdom’s of the Ice Age

Video Source:

A huge city is found under the sea off the Western coast of India which could be related to the ancient Indus Valley civilisation. Does this civilisation go back farther than five thousand years? Also, in southern India a new site is found off the coast...
Notes & Links:

Ancient India
Brahmi Script
Vedic Sanskrit

Monday, March 3, 2014

Solution Summit

An eye opening documentary focused on solutions to the problems we face in our World. 
SOLUTION SUMMIT featuring Adam Lloyd Davis, Foster Gamble, Jamie Janover, Nassim Haramein, Susana Wilkerson from Pure Delight Hemp.

Visit the following websites for more documentaries and articles.

The Positive Path - Official
The Positive Path - Facebook

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Could Prout be the Answer to a Sustainable Future for All Mankind?

Prout: A New Socio-Economic Paradigm?

Interview with Dada Maheshvarananda, author, activist and monk currently the director of the Prout Research Institute of Venezuela. Dada discusses Progressive Utilisation Theory or Prout, an alternative socio-economic model based on universal spirituality.

Dada Maheshvarananda, born in the US, is an activist, writer, and monk. Since 1978 he has taught meditation and yoga and supervised social service projects, in Southeast Asia, South America and Europe. His recent book, "After Capitalism: Economic Democracy in Action", was published in 2012. His first book, "After Capitalism: Prout's Vision for a New World" with a preface by Noam Chomsky was published in 2003 and has been translated in 10 languages. He has given hundreds of seminars and workshops around the world about social issues and spiritual values. In October 2006 he opened the Prout Research Institute of Venezuela, which he directs. It is the passion of his life.

Economics of Prout: Economic Democracy in Practice

Economics of Prout covers the basic economic principles of Prout, which offeres a viable alternative to the materialistic, anti human philosophies of Capitalism and Communism.

PROUT’s System of Banking

Music: Early Rising People – Take them Down


PROUT Research Institute of Venezuela
Dada Maheshvarananda - Blogspot
PROUT Global – Official Website
PROUT Global - YouTube
Early Rising People – World United Music

Monday, January 27, 2014

A Conscious Musical Awakening Emerges to Lead a New Renaissance

By: Stewart Brennan - World United Music

The Underground Music Industry Offers Hope to Music Starved People Around the World as a conscious awakening emerges and builds towards a new renaissance.

If you were around to experience the era of vinyl records and the underground FM radio airwaves of the late 60’s and early 70’s then it’s a good bet you’ve asked the question “What happened to all the good music we used to hear on the radio!?” It’s like one day it was here and the next day it was gone…

Well, I don’t know about you but I need NEW MUSIC to feed my spirit so that I know I’m moving forward in life and not staying stagnant and isolated when listening to the same tunes from long ago. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy the music from the past but I need something new that will inspire and create new memories…and it has to be good!

One day I went looking for the answers to the question "what happened to the music". What I found was a conspiracy rooted in corporate control, collusion, and censorship that to this day, continues its strangle-hold on who or what is promoted on the radio airwaves. However, I also found the music they were not promoting, and so I decided to focus on the music that was not being played on the airwaves.

An Underground Music Industry

Like so many others out there, I suffered through a music famine that nearly extinguished my hope of ever hearing good music again…thank goodness I found today’s emerging underground music, or I surely would have gone insane. I feel very much at home within this underground music community. Oh, and just to clarify, I use the word "underground" because for the most part, the music I found is not heard on the mainstream radio airwaves...but I feel it should be. 

The real music industry of today is found on the Internet where it has evolved with other art forms, political opinions, philosophies, and new ideas from alternative foundations in thinking. That to me is revolutionary and perfectly reasonable considering that music expression has been held back by the mainstream for so long...add to that the state repression going on all over the world, and you get political activism through music that gives rise to the underground ...and that's not an exaggeration. Music is the peoples voice and will always reflect the times...unless of course music is controlled, in which case it will become completely disconnected from reality and society as we see with the mainstream music Industry today.

The underground music I've found comes in many genres, but most notably is the retro 60’s Psychedelia genre that has emerged globally. It’s vibrant, soul quenching and positively exploding in creativity, colour, youthful ideas and filled with consciousness...and it's sitting anxiously on the fringes of public knowledge, just waiting for the right moment to take the main stage.

Within the overall emerging alternative music scene, one finds many other genres discarded by the mainstream industry as well such as Folk, Progressive Rock, and a whole variety of other genres that are filled with the protest voice, consciousness, evolution, and the words of free thinkers. The underground music scene is filled with poetry, paintings, video collages, and expressions of mind that only creative art offers…and it's growing worldwide. To me it has that nostalgic feel of the 60’s love generation, protest movement and pop art culture that still resonates in most of us that were around to experience it. Only this time it's emerging on a global scale simultaneously and building to the point of overtaking the mainstream and washing it away in a tsunami of youthful thought and energy. (Poetic license?) 

I find the underground music scene very refreshing, and a much needed breath of fresh air with its vibrant energy, its creativity, truth and honesty. It has something to offer everyone. Whereas I find today's mainstream radio to be stagnant, out of touch, and void of any real substance. There is a renaissance brewing around the world and its waiting for you.

Here (Below) are some of the songs I found, all neatly packaged into video playlists for convenience. You be the judge. 8-) The rest of what I found can be heard at the following link on the World United Music Website. Just scroll down past the artist post once you get there –

You can also access the alternative time line of music I put together which includes music playlists from the 50’s right through to today at the following link.

The Alternative Music Industry

Rock & Alternative - (2010 to 2019)

Psychedelic Rock, Alt & New Wave - (2000 to 2015)

Progressive Rock - (2000 to 2015)

Folk & Acoustic - (2010 to 2019)

I’m building World United Music as a showcase for good music and for my own peace of mind. I hope you join me by sharing the exceptional music, creativity, and talent of others…Catch the Wave and share the energy! A New Renaissance is emerging and you're part of it...Music is “The Peoples Voice” and that means you.

Stewart Brennan

Monday, January 20, 2014

Taking Back the World

Source: Max Egan

Max Igan - Surviving the Matrix - Episode 6 - The Peoples Voice TV - American Voice Radio - Jan 17th, 2014
Universal Law trumps all others.

1. No man or woman, in or out of government shall initiate force, threat of force or fraud against my life and property and, any and all contracts I am a party to, not giving full disclosure to me, whether signed by me or not, are void at my discretion.

2. I may use force in self-defense against anyone that violates Law 1.

3. There shall be no exceptions to Law 1 and 2.

"When the tyrant has disposed of foreign enemies by conquest or treaty and there is nothing to fear from them, then he is always stirring up some war or other, in order that the people may require a leader" - Plato

Max Egan – The Crow House

The Peoples Voice TV


Saturday, January 11, 2014

Civilization is older than we were taught

NB The artist's impression of Gunung Padang as it would have looked in antiquity is attached herewith by and courtesy of architect Pon S Purajatnika

By: Graham Hancock


New original feature article by GRAHAM HANCOCK, 10 January 2014

“Everything we’ve been taught about the origins of civilization may be wrong,” says Danny Natawidjaja, PhD, senior geologist with the Research Centre for Geotechnology at the Indonesian Institute of Sciences. “Old stories about Atlantis and other a great lost civilizations of prehistory, long dismissed as myths by archaeologists, look set to be proved true.”

I’m climbing with Dr Natawidjaja up the steep slope of a 300-ft high step-pyramid set amidst a magical landscape of volcanoes, mountains and jungles interspersed with paddy fields and tea plantations a hundred miles from the city of Bandung in West Java, Indonesia.

The pyramid has been known to archaeology since 1914 when megalithic structures formed from blocks of columnar basalt were found scattered amongst the dense trees and undergrowth that then covered its summit. Local people held the site to be sacred and called it Gunung Padang, the name it still goes by today, which means “Mountain of Light”, or “Mountain of Enlightenment”, in the local Sundanese language. The summit, where the megaliths were found arranged across five terraces had been used as a place of meditation and retreat since time immemorial, archaeologists were told, and again this remains true today.

However neither the archaeologists, nor apparently the locals realized the pyramid was a pyramid. It was believed to be a natural hill, somewhat modified by human activity, until Natawidjaja and his team began a geological survey here in 2011. By then the summit had long since been cleared and the megalithic terraces recognized to be ancient and man-made, but no radiocarbon dating was ever done and the previously accepted age of the site – about 1,500 to 2,500 BC -- was based on guesswork rather than on excavations.

The first scientific radiocarbon dating was done by Natawidjaja himself on soils underlying the megaliths at or near the surface. The dates produced – around 500 to 1,500 BC – were very close to the archaeological guesswork and caused no controversy. However a surprise was in store as Natawidjaja and his team extended their investigation using tubular drills that brought up cores of earth and stone from much deeper levels.

First the drill cores contained evidence – fragments of columnar basalt – that man-made megalithic structures lay far beneath the surface. Secondly the organic materials brought up in the drill cores began to yield older and older dates – 3,000 BC to 5,000 BC, then 9,600 BC as the drills bit deeper, then around 11,000 BC, then, 15,000 BC and finally at depths of 90 feet and more an astonishing sequence of dates of 20,000 BC to 22,000 BC and earlier.

“This was not at all what my colleagues in the world of archaeology expected or wanted to hear” says Natawidjaja, who earned his PhD at Cal Tech in the United States and who, it becomes apparent, regards archaeology as a thoroughly unscientific discipline.

The problem is that those dates from 9,600 BC and earlier belong to the period that archaeologists call the “Upper Palaeolithic” and take us back deep into the last Ice Age when Indonesia was not a series of islands as it is today but was part of a vast southeast Asian continent dubbed “Sundaland” by geologists.

Sea level was 400 feet lower then because huge ice caps two miles deep covered most of Europe and North America. But as the ice caps began to melt all the water stored in them returned to the oceans and sea-level rose, submerging many parts of the world where humans had previously lived. Thus Britain was joined to Europe during the Ice Age (there was no English Channel or North Sea). Likewise there was no Red Sea, no Persian Gulf, Sri Lanka was joined to southern India, Siberia was joined to Alaska, Australia was joined to New Guinea – and so on and so forth. It was during this epoch of sea-level rise, sometimes slow and continuous, sometimes rapid and cataclysmic, that the Ice Age continent of Sundaland was submerged with only the Malaysian Peninsula and the Indonesian islands as we know them today high enough to remain above water.

The established archaeological view of the state of human civilization until the end of the last Ice Age about 9,600 BC was that our ancestors were primitive hunter gatherers incapable of any form of civilization or architectural feats. In the following millennia settled agriculture was very gradually developed and perfected. Around 4,000 BC the increasing sophistication of economic and social structures, and growing organizational abilities, made possible the creation of the earliest megalithic sites (such as Gigantija on the Maltese island of Gozo for example) while the first true cities emerged around 3500 BC in Mesopotamia and soon afterwards in Egypt. In the British Isles Callanish in the Outer Hebrides and Avebury in southwest England, both dated to around 3,000 BC, are the oldest examples of true megalithic sites. The megalithic phase of Stonehenge is thought to have begun around 2,400 BC and to have continued to around 1,800 BC.

Within this well worked out and long-established chronology there is no place for any prehistoric civilization such as Atlantis. But interestingly the Greek philosopher Plato, whose dialogue of Timias and Critias contains the earliest surviving mention of the fabled sunken kingdom, dates the catastrophic destruction and submergence of Atlantis by floods and earthquakes to “9,000 years before the time of Solon” – i.e. to 9,600 BC, the end of the last Ice Age. Since the Greeks had no access to modern scientific knowledge about the Ice Age and its rapidly rising sea levels (often accompanied by cataclysmic earthquakes as the weight of the melting ice caps was removed from the continental landmasses) the date Plato gives is, to say the least, an uncanny coincidence.

In Danny Natawidjaja’s view, however, it is no coincidence at all. His research at Gunung Padang has convinced him that Plato was right about the existence of a high civilization in the depths of the last Ice Age – a civilization that was indeed brought to a cataclysmic end involving floods and earthquakes in an epoch of great global instability between 10,900 BC and 9,600 BC.

This epoch, which geologists call the “Younger Dryas” has long been recognized as mysterious and tumultuous. In 10,900 BC, when it began, the earth had been emerging from the Ice Age for roughly 10,000 years, global temperatures were rising steadily and the ice caps were melting. Then there was a sudden dramatic return to colder conditions – even colder than at the peak of the Ice Age 21,000 years ago. This short, sharp deep freeze lasted for 1,300 years until 9,600 BC when the warming trend resumed, global temperatures shot up again and the remaining ice caps melted very suddenly dumping all the water they contained into the oceans.

“It is difficult,” Natawidjaja says, “for us to imagine what life on earth must have been like during the Younger Dryas. It was a truly cataclysmic period of immense climate instability and terrible, indeed terrifying, global conditions. It’s not surprising that many large animal species, such as the mammoths, went extinct during this precise time and of course it had huge effects on our ancestors, not just those ‘primitive’ hunter gatherers the archaeologists speak of but also, I believe, a high civilization that was wiped from the historical record by the upheavals of the Younger Dryas.”

What has brought Natawidjaja to this radical view is the evidence he and his team have uncovered at Gunung Padang. When their drill cores began to yield very ancient carbon dates from clays filling the gaps between worked stones they expanded their investigation using geophysical equipment – ground penetrating radar, seismic tomography and electrical resistivity – to get a picture of what lay under the ground. The results were stunning, showing layers of massive construction using the same megalithic elements of columnar basalt that are found on the surface but with courses of huge basaltic rocks beneath them extending down to 100 feet and more beneath the surface. At those depths the carbon dates indicate that the megaliths were put in place more than 10,000 years ago and in some cases as far back as 24,000 years ago.

Columnar basalt does form naturally – the famous Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland is an example – but at Gunung Padang it has been used as a building material and is laid out in a form never found in nature.

“The geophysical evidence is unambiguous,” Natawidjaja says. “Gunung Padang is not a natural hill but a man-made pyramid and the origins of construction here go back long before the end of the last Ice Age. Since the work is massive even at the deepest levels, and bears witness to the kinds of sophisticated construction skills that were deployed to build the pyramids of Egypt or the largest megalithic sites of Europe, I can only conclude that we’re looking at the work of a lost civilization and a fairly advanced one.”

“The archaeologists won’t like that,” I point out.

“They don’t!” Natawidjaja agrees with a rueful smile. “I’ve already got myself into a lot of hot water with this. My case is a solid one, based on good scientific evidence, but it’s not an easy one. I’m up against deeply entrenched beliefs.”

The next step will be a full-scale archaeological excavation. “We have to excavate in order to interrogate our remote sensing data and our carbon dating sequences and either to confirm or deny what we believe we’ve found here,” says Natawidjaja, “but unfortunately there’s a lot of obstacles in our way.”

When I ask what he means by obstacles he replies that some senior Indonesian archaeologists are lobbying the government in Jakarta to prevent him from doing any further work at Gunung Padang on the grounds that they “know” the site is less than 5,000 years old and see no justification for disturbing it.

“I don’t deny that the megaliths at the surface are less than 5,000 years old,” Natawidjaja hastens to add, “but I suggest they were put here because Gunung Padang has been recognized as a sacred place since time immemorial. It’s the deepest layers of the structure at between 12,000 and more than 20,000 years old that are the most important. They have potentially revolutionary implications for our understanding of history and I think it’s vital that we be allowed to investigate them properly.”

Gunung Padang is not the only ancient site that raises huge question marks over the story archaeologists tell us about our past. On the other side of the world, in southeastern Turkey, another man-made hill has been excavated during the past decade, this time by Professor Klaus Schmidt of the German Archaeological Institute. The site, called Gobekli Tepe (which means “Potbellied Hill” in the local Kurdish language) consists of a series of immense megalithic stone circles on the scale of Stonehenge and was deliberately buried (creating the appearance of a hill) around 8,000 BC by the mysterious ancient people who made it. The circles themselves date back to 9,600 BC, however, with the oldest work being the best. At least twenty further circles on a similar scale, identified by ground penetrating radar, are still deeply buried. Some of these, Klaus Schmidt told me when I visited Gobekli Tepe in September 2013, are likely to be much older than those already excavated.

Photo by Santha Faiia: Gobekli Tepe, looking over 'Enclosure B'

At 7,000 or more years older than Stonehenge the megaliths of Gobekli Tepe, like the deeply buried megaliths of Gunung Padang mean that the timeline of history taught in our schools and universities for the best part of the last hundred years can no longer stand. It is beginning to look as though civilization, as I argued in my controversial 1995 bestseller Fingerprints of the Gods, is indeed much older and much more mysterious than we thought.

In essence what I proposed in that book was that an advanced civilization had been wiped out and lost to history in a global cataclysm at the end of the last Ice Age. I suggested there were survivors who settled at various locations around the world and attempted to pass on their superior knowledge, including knowledge of agriculture, to hunter-gatherer peoples who had also survived the cataclysm. Indeed even today we have populations of hunter gatherers, in the Kalahari Desert, for instance, and in the Amazon jungle, who co-exist with our advanced technological culture – so we should not be surprised that equally disparate levels of civilization might have co-existed in the past.

What I could not do when I wrote Fingerprints, because the evidence was not then available, was identify the exact nature of the cataclysm that had wiped out my hypothetical lost civilization, and this absence of a specific “smoking gun” was one of the many aspects of my argument that was heavily criticized by archaeologists. Since 2007, however, masses of scientific evidence have come to light that have identified the smoking gun for me in the form of a comet that broke into multiple fragments now known to have hit the earth 12,980 years ago. The impacts (some on the North American ice cap, some elsewhere) caused floods and tidal waves and threw a vast cloud of dust into the upper atmosphere that enshrouded the entire earth for more than a thousand years, preventing the sun’s rays from reaching the surface, and setting off the Younger Dryas deep freeze.

I believe it is possible that Gobekli Tepe may prove to be the work of the survivors of a great civilization lost during the Younger Dryas (interestingly the so-called “origins of agriculture” have been traced back by archaeologists to the vicinity of Gobekli Tepe and to the exact period in which Gobekli Tepe was created). But it is to Gunung Padang that I now look for a possibly even more stunning confirmation of my theory. Danny Natawidjaja’s geological survey has revealed not only deeply buried massive constructions and very ancient carbon dates at Gunung Padang but also the presence of three hidden chambers, so rectilinear in form that they are most unlikely to be natural. The largest of these lies at a depth of between 70 and 90 feet beneath the summit of the pyramid and measures approximately 18 feet high, 45 feet long and 30 feet wide.

Could it be the fabled “Hall of Records” of Atlantis? If Dr Natawidjaja’s geological excavation is allowed to proceed, despite strenuous attempts by local archaeologists to prevent it, then we should know the answer to that question, one way or another, by the end of 2014.

Photo by Santha Faiia. Looking down from the second terrace to the first terrace at Gunung Padang

Note: GRAHAM HANCOCK is working on a sequel to Fingerprints of the Gods, provisionally titled Magicians of the Gods, to be published in October 2015 by Coronet in the UK, by Saint Martin's Press in the US, by Kadokokawa Shoten in Japan and by Corbaccio in Italy. Graham Hancock’s website is

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