Last night I listened to a nearly two-hour podcast in the middle of the night, featuring someone I had never heard of before, Richard Alan Miller —
— a physicist and herbalist who, he claims, among other things in a wildly peripatetic life, taught John Mack metaphysics at Harvard, was the original Mulder that the X-files was based on, and taught Navy Seals ways to control their own minds in order to create the reality that they intend. Seems to be very conversant about realities that exist outside our space/time matrix, and connects huge numbers of dots — many of them way beyond me.
That I had never heard of “RAM” surprised me. How many unknown others are there who might radically alter my kaleidoscoping world-view? This particular podcast was suggested by Rich Buckley, in a strange, out of the blue, off-hand comment:
“Who did you say? Yah, I know Dr Miller, The living wizard with the purple skull cap, always explaining how it all works: http://youtu.be/BaBXoC_G6XE.”
Which, of course, intrigued me, the strangeness of that comment! So I lay in bed with ear buds and listened. Also interested in the savvy interviewer, darkjournalist, who is also new to me!
P.S. Unlike most podcasts, it kept me awake all the way through.
A few items(?) ideas(?), factoids(?) that I recall easily this morning:
1. It was during the ’80s that the power of the transnational corporations began to overwhelm that of nation states. Implication for me: So of course Congress will pass the TTP. And see the language Jon Rappoport uses to make this point. Chilling:
2. There’s a huge amount of wild stuff about mind control, most of which, having researched this a bit myself (interested? — start with wanttoknow.info), I can say is probably right on the money. Miller says he worked for the Stanford Research Institute during the ’70s, when, he says, all their projects were “blue sky,” i.e., anything goes. And, he adds, laughing like a maniac, “most of them went nowhere.” But he celebrates the messiness of the experimental discovery process, and later in the program mentioned how our strength lies in our diversity, each of us being so unique and different. (I.e., the opposite of “common core.” Duh!) He then said that during the ’80s SRI projects were locked into “applications,” i.e., only those that could work, for, he says, “control” (I presume, of the population).
3. He says that the transnational corporations are in the process of “dismantling” the U.S., that they are using nation states as “stepping stones.” To what end? I ask. Monsanto, however, he says, is just about “dead,” but will be replaced by two more — it’s hydra-headed! (More maniacal laughter.)
4. He says that transnational corporate plans will come crashing down when the dollar collapses, with the loss of its status as the reserve currency for the world. Then, he says, we will have to learn how to trade with each other without money. I.e., exchange value with one another without artificial money as currency. Well, yeah, we know this already, and those of us who do are already transitioning to live below money, as much as possible.
5. Finally, and many of us realize this, too, Fukushima “may be an extinction level event.“
I just ordered his book, Power Tools for the 21st Century.
Here’s one review:
By alicia on April 9, 2014