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Keen Observer
Posted about 1 year ago
The debate about Graham Hancock's talk
Well was Graham discussing science or his persoanl experience and his veiw on the world. An idea of his he felt is worth sharing. You know what I resonate with his message becuase I have had psychedelic experiences so I do believe it is relevant but to slander him they way you do I believe is out of line.
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Keen Observer
Posted about 1 year ago
The debate about Graham Hancock's talk
Well TED the non-profit organisation is sponsered by large corporations seen above. Therefore making tedX lectures mainstream internet essentially. A space for ideas and corporate agendas to coexist, and perhaps almost exclusively for the benefit of the latter. Whereas mainstream broadcast TV represents social engineering in its unplugged, explicit, coarse forms, from the mind-numbing surreal "reality" shows; to the condescending pundit prognostications of the faux-news reporting mainly rubbish. Mainstream TV hosts the hardcore social programming, the tedX lectures represent the fine art form of mainstream deceptive programming in my opinion.
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Keen Observer
Posted about 1 year ago
The debate about Graham Hancock's talk
Thank-you Steve for sharing your insight. Much needed here. People have little room to judge without any psychedelic experience. Graham was so right to call his video a War on Conciousness and this is what is happening in the NOW with this suppresion. It's actually beautiful to watch and perhaps will all this fuss it is maybe reaching out to those who are seeking some deeper meaning to life. Peace
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Keen Observer
Posted about 1 year ago
The debate about Graham Hancock's talk
"Censorship is the suppression of speech or other public communication which may be considered objectionable, harmful, sensitive, or inconvenient as determined by a government, media outlet, or other controlling body." His talk was censored fromTEDx youtube.