After more revelations on Planet X doom porn and Sumerian astronomy we look at bizarre death rituals from around the world and self mummification practices in ancient Japan.
The death theme continues as we cover controversial modern reports of the ‘Rainbow Body’ phenomenon in Tibet with paranormal cases of dissolving bodies, odd light phenomena, and extreme skeletal shrinkage.
In our Plus+ extension we then venture into experiments with the ‘light body’ and how one woman’s consciousness ends up getting spilt on the new carpet.
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- Manifestation of Rainbow Body by Khenpo Acho
- The Rainbow Body Phenomenon
- “The Rainbow Body Phenomenon” with Father Francis Tiso
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