Castlerigg stone circle, Cumbria, England. Photo: Greg Moffitt

“All religions and all sciences connect themselves with one single science, always hidden from the common herd, and transmitted from age to age, from initiate to initiate, beneath the veil of fables and symbols. It preserves for a world yet to come the secrets of a world that has passed away.” — Éliphas Lévi,

When people think of Druids today, the common perception often as not is of colourful eccentrics conducting arcane ceremonies at Stonehenge, Avebury, or some similar megalithic site — harmless, quaint, perhaps a little more sinister than Morris dancers, but ultimately…


THE MACHINE STOPS

If you haven’t yet heard about the so-called ‘Great Reset’, I can assure you that very soon, you will. Many of you, though, will already be familiar with the term even if you’re not fully aware of what it means. It most commonly refers to the plans of globalist bodies such as The World Economic Forum, recently set out in the book COVID-19: The Great Reset by World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab, and co-author Thierry Malleret. …


A Google search for the word ‘consciousness’ currently returns over 300 million results. Despite this wealth of information, a concise definition of consciousness remains elusive. It’s as slippery a concept as time, another dimension of our daily lives which appears simultaneously familiar and mysterious. We experience consciousness in the awareness of our inner and outer selves, through our thoughts, and our interactions with others. It’s there when we’re awake, somewhere else when we’re asleep, and gone when we die. We take consciousness for granted, if we even think about it at all.

The mainstream scientific view is that consciousness is…


Well, you wanted a different world, and now you’ve got it. No matter how the misery and mayhem being wreaked by the Coronavirus crisis plays out, it’s difficult to imagine a comprehensive return to ‘business as usual’. Indeed, in one or more important respects, the lives we once knew may be gone forever. Systemic global change was long overdue, of course. As this crisis has unfolded, the large scale, hierarchically-organised, centrally-controlled systems in energy, industry, transport, health, banking, politics — and more — upon which our modern societies depend, have once again proven dangerously unstable. So, whether the pandemic occurred…


A near-death experience — or NDE — is a profound psychological event that may occur to a person close to death or in extreme physical or emotional crisis. An NDE may begin with an out-of-body experience, possibly hovering nearby and watching events around the body. An NDE typically includes a sense of moving, often at great speed and usually through a dark space, into a fantastic landscape and encountering beings that may be perceived as sacred figures, deceased family members or friends, or unknown entities. A pinpoint of indescribable light may grow to surround the person in brilliant radiance. …


As far as we can fathom, humans have been forever fascinated by their dreams. Amazed by them too, and confused, amused, haunted, disturbed, even driven insane by them. Their function and meaning, however, continue to elude us. Indeed, the very question of whether our dreams might possess either of these qualities is viewed at best as unimportant within the dominant Western scientific paradigm. Dreaming is therefore widely regarded, much like consciousness itself, as a mere epiphenomenon of the brain, office admin for ordinary minds at the end of each unremarkable day.

At an individual level, however, we are often moved…


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“In Ireland this world and the world we go to after death are not far apart.” W.B. Yeats,

Ideas about lost civilizations and ancient wisdom, and the core concept of the Perennial philosophy, are constant threads running throughout humanity’s history. From Atlantis to the Anunnaki, and from the Vedas to the , a constellation of ancient and antediluvian myths and legends lives on. However, despite the fact that as a species we often have a strong subjective sense of the veracity of such things, in our post-Enlightenment, postmodern age, these notions are widely dismissed as…


Author and biologist Rupert Sheldrake has courted considerable controversy during his long career. Perhaps best known for his hypothesis of morphic resonance (that the so-called laws of nature are more like habits subject to change), his tussles with the scientific establishment say a great deal about how dogmatic mainstream science has become. Beginning with — published in 1981 — his many books about science also include , , and , a powerful and compelling response to Richard Dawkins’


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In 2011, under the headline ‘The end of the Space Age — Inner space is useful. Outer space is history’, The Economist magazine reflected a developing view that, despite the idealism and hope surrounding the first manned space flights and missions to the Moon during the 1960s, dreams of colonies on Mars and beyond were turning out to be just that — dreams. 2011 was the year that the Space Shuttle was finally retired from service with no replacement ready, and the Obama administration’s ambivalent attitude left the US space programme adrift. Today, however, it seems the space race is…


In our industrialized societies of 24/7 connectivity and e-Everything, almost every aspect of daily life is mediated by some form of technology. The worlds of work, education, leisure, food, transport, health, media and many more are now not only extended and sometimes enhanced by technology, increasingly they are almost impossible without it. Aside from the potentially catastrophic consequences of this dependence, the proliferating technologies of communication, commerce, and entertainment present particular cause for concern. Drained by chronic overstimulation, gorged on info-tainment, and drowning in a tidal wave of trivia, billions of us are increasingly lost in a lurid fantasy land…

Greg Moffitt

UK writer, journalist, broadcaster. www.legalise-freedom.com

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