Greg and Anthony discuss modern encounters with the Greys and how they appear to share similarities to old stories of fairy folk and little people. Oddly enough, these reports seem also to coincide with people suffering from Charles Bonnet Syndrome
, begging the question is there something more to this? With personal anecdotes in hand, Anthony walks listeners through the importance of understanding CBS and it’s perspective role in consciousness and death.
No conversation involving consciousness is complete without adding Dimethltryptamine into the mix. With other researchers citing a connection between multi-generational alien abductions and experiences being linked to a possible heredity condition involving DMT dumps, Greg and Anthony discuss these theories and how DMT fits
into the big picture.
During his research, Peake found that schizophrenia is a decidedly common illness, affecting almost 1% of the global population, that sweeps through every continent and all cultures. Greg and Anthony discuss the implications of this in regard to the causes and functions of schizophrenia
1:03:18 Because Peake has been able to integrate research from a variety of fields into his studies, he and Greg discuss the role of magic practitioners and esoteric traditions by giving context to their claims of communicating with entities and beings in the spirit world.
Peake continues by elaborating on the consequences of Nick Bostrom’s 2003 paper
addressing the science behind the theory that we are living in a simulation. He also describes a new technology being used in southern Germany that has suggested merit to the Simulation Argument, and sparked the interest of Craig Hogan
From the Matrix to HBO’s new show Westworld, the possibility of living in a simulated world
has proven to be an intriguing narrative captivating audience attention and forcing philosophical debate. Greg and Anthony examine Hollywood’s role in dissecting reality and consciousness and whether the creators of these enlightening shows may suffer from conditions causing the widening of their perception. Perhaps this is what allows their art to be more creative, inspiring and out-of-the-box?
Studies of the structure of the brain suffer because many researchers find themselves of the mindset that the brain is the receiver of consciousness rather than the source itself. With the old adage “we only use 15% of our brains” referring to usage of neurons, Greg and Anthony discuss the importance of glial cells
, the most abundant cell in the brain and their affect on the nervous system and perception of reality.
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