Ideas were not enough

Procession of the Catholic Holy League on the Place de Grève, Paris, 1590-3 (oil on canvas). Such displays of intolerance became increasingly rare with the advent of the modern European state. Courtesy Musée Carnavalet, Paris/Bridgeman. Locke, Spinoza and Voltaire were all brilliant, but religious freedom in Europe was driven by statecraft not philosophy Mark Koyama is an associate professor of economics at George Mason University and a Mercatus Center Senior Scholar. He is the co-author, with Noel Johnson, of Persecution and Toleration: The Long Road to Religious Freedom(forthcoming, 2017). Religious freedom has become an emblematic value in the West. Embedded in constitutions and … Continue reading Ideas were not enough

TELEPATHY AND PSYCHIC ABILITIES EXPLAINED WITH THE SCIENCE OF BIOELECTRICITY AND ELECTROMAGNETISM

by Justin Deschamps, Contributor Waking Times Interactions between electrically dynamic systems provide a basis to understand so-called telepathic contact because living things are bio-electrical in nature. Of note, Ben Davidson, of Suspicious Observers, recently produced a rather heady scientific video about magnetic connections disrupting stable electric currents or circuits, causing the two or more systems to rebalance themselves in a rather reactive way. In essence, electric circuits are stabilized flows of electricity that are enshrouded by a magnetic field. Plasma currents, which are flows of electricity that are guided by magnetic fields, are disrupted when the fields interact, causing a rapid re-orientation of the flow … Continue reading TELEPATHY AND PSYCHIC ABILITIES EXPLAINED WITH THE SCIENCE OF BIOELECTRICITY AND ELECTROMAGNETISM