“It is through the death of God that religions emerge.”  — Jean Baudrillard (Simulacra and Simulation, 1981) “What comes after God? What follows in the wake of our letting go of God? What emerges out of that night of not-knowing, that moment of abandoning and abandonment?” — Richard Kerney (Anatheism, 2010) Whence, whence this creation […]


PERCEPTION MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT IN AN ELECTRIC UNIVERSE Over the course of the last hundred years or so, a new cosmology has emerged which radically challenges the orthodox model promoted by the scientific establishment. The Electric Universe, as it is branded by the group of scientists spear-heading a sustained and well-organised attempt to mainstream it, makes […]


Royal Rife, the Béchampian Heresy, and the Power of Forgetting ∆ The suppression of Nikola Tesla sets the tone for the management of science in the twentieth century. It shows us that in the case of the production and transmission of electrical power, the science — ‘official’, public science, that is — went as far as the […]

Sheldrake and Ten

SKULL BEYOND THE SKY? Rupert Sheldrake asks this beautiful question: if everything you see is an image inside your head — the whole world reduced to a tiny theater or screen somewhere in your brain — then is your skull beyond the sky? Or do you see the things themselves, your mind reaching out to […]


  “It seems to me that the arguments which have led up to the theory (Relativity), and the whole state of mind of most physicists with regard to it, may some day become one of the puzzles of history.” Professor P W Bridgeman (1936)   ∆ Tesla was effectively sidelined by 1905, and at that […]


It’s a very strange thing. The man who lit and connected the modern world — the creator of the foundational technologies upon which the world we know is built: electrical current, radio transmission, fluorescent lighting, radar, remote control, and a great deal more — was written out of the science and the history books, and […]


  “There’s an understanding that is not desired to exist”   It was 1970, and Eric Dollard was sleeping rough at the RCA-Marconi Wireless Station at Bolinas, California, where he had worked from the age of seventeen until it was closed down. On Green Street, nearby, there was a house where a guy called Philo Farnsworth […]