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    14.21 – MU Podcast


    This week we experience sensory deprivation at the Sydney Float Centre and compare notes with the legendary John C. Lilly and his Ketamine dreams. We then move to secret societies and lost Sumerian technologies in our Plus+ extension before scouting the latest talent in Light Language Activations….


    12.21 – MU Podcast

    New scientific findings suggest the theory of panspermia may not be that out there after all, while claims of humans on Mars come to light. Then J. Nathan Couch joins us to discuss the phenomena of Goatman and the legends and sightings surrounding these strange entities. J….


    12.20 – MU Podcast

    This episode looks at the possibility that a new space race may be on with suggestions that Russia has launched a “satellite killer”. Also, neuroscientist and researcher, Dr. Diane Hennacy Powell join us to discuss her new Indigogo campaign “The Telepathy Project”. This episode is proudly sponsored…


    12.19 – MU Podcast

    Australian author and researcher Paul Cropper returns to the show to discuss his new book co-authored with Tony Healy: Australian Poltergeist. This is the first book to examine the history of the Poltergeist phenomenon in Australia and includes Paul and Tony’s direct encounters with a mysterious unseen intelligence. Paul…


    12.18 – MU Podcast

    We begin by examining the treatment of ‘hearing voices’, our hard wired neurophysiology, and how to yell at street preachers. Author Stuart Olson then joins us to discuss his translation of Yang Sen’s The Immortal: True Accounts of the 250-Year-Old Man, Li Qingyun. This episode is proudly sponsored…


    12.17 – MU Podcast

    After discussing Google’s new plan to cure your illnesses with nanotechnology (and turn everyone into Magneto), we organise an impromptu purification session with a Tibetan Lama and investigate the dark age of Buddhist history in Tibet. Also featured is intelligence in self organising systems and the secret…


    12.16 – MU Podcast

    New research on subliminal messaging gets us warmed up before we look at the latest from Dr. Eben Alexander on NDEs. We then investigate the dark underworld of selling your soul online, the power of CRT monitors to repel bears, and the Dragon Gate Sect’s last ditch…


    12.15 – MU Podcast

    This week we don the spiritual armour provided by Shaman Tattoos as we investigate the antics of filipino head hunters. We also hear from furry Tibetan Lhamas, Tibetan Lamas re-incarnated as birds, and fake Tibetan Lamas scamming Californians. Links Google Set to Lead Huge Investment in Magic Leap…


    12.14 – MU Podcast

    We examine the newly published results of Sam Parnia’s study on consciousness at the time of death, the huge implications it has for future scientific study, and the predictable response from the ardent materialists. We then investigate a new school here in Sydney that claims to be able…


    12.13 – MU Podcast

    We review the recent presentation from researchers Steven and Evan Strong on the lost history of the original Australians.  The Strong’s work questions the out of Africa hypothesis and attempts to place Aboriginal Australians at the very root of the homosapien expansion throughout the world. It also…


    12.12 – MU Podcast

    Author and mortician Caitlin Doughty joins us this week to discuss her new book ‘Smoke Gets in Your Eyes‘ and the gruesome details behind the scenes of her profession. In between tales of mouldy corpses and flaming skulls, Caitlin exposes our modern culture’s disconnection from the reality of…


    12.11 – MU Podcast

    After looking at the latest killer weaponry from Samsung we investigate the future of human augmentation and the neuroplasticity that ensures its success. We then reveal Turkey’s hallucinogenic ‘Mad Honey’ and take a wild ride into the secret underground of Bee Shamanism. This episode is proudly sponsored…


    12.10 – MU Podcast

    Author and journalist James Nestor joins to discuss his new book Deep: Freediving, Renegade Science, and What the Ocean Tells Us about Ourselves. Hear James’ first hand experiences with extreme athletes and renegade researchers who are transforming not only our knowledge of the planet and its creatures, but also…