At 2pm EST on Thursday December 2nd, the astrobiology department of NASA are going to hold a news conference to announce what is billed as a finding that will impact the search for evidence of extraterrestrial life. Are they going to tell us there's life on other planets?
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[Must Not Sleep] • "A lot's gone down since we were separated from each other. For one thing, I came across a very dark project involving humanity's future. The person — or entity, I don't know what to call him — who's at the center of it is the one you called Papa." Episode 14 of the novel Must Not Sleep, a transformative ride through shamanic space.
In 1957, the Russian Sputnik 1 was to be the first ever satellite into space. Since then, the USA has more or less dominated the space race with various Apollo missions reaching the moon, not taking into accounts the conspiracy theories of course.
In the past few decades, we have witnessed an explosion of information
about death and the afterlife. This is one of many signs that the
human race is poised to enter a new era, a
revolution in consciousness. Death is not an end but rather a lifting out into that vast, knowing,
luminous Presence, in which all things thrive and are made possible.
Copyright law now protects creative works for almost a
century. At the very least, copyright terms should be
drastically reduced. Of
course, the concept of revising creative compensation is based on the
presumption that we will still use monetary currency with inborn inflation in
the future. But a gradual transition would be better than picking up the pieces in a post-apocalyptic