Tuesday, August 30, 2016


Source: Collective Evolution

Though Egypt’s Great Pyramid in Giza remains the most discussed pyramid in the world, it’s not the biggest one in the world, that’s for sure. In fact, that title goes to Mexico’s Great Pyramid of Cholula.

The ancient Aztec temple in Puebla, Mexico, whose base is four times larger than Giza’s and has nearly twice the volume, is so often overlooked partly because it’s hidden underneath layers of dirt, causing it to appear more like a natural mountain than a place of worship.

Even the famed explorer Hernán Cortés totally missed it, obliviously building a church directly on top of it.

The Great Pyramid of Cholula, known to the locals as Tlachihualtepetl (man-made mountain), stands around 66 meters (216 feet) tall and 450 meters (1,475 feet) wide.

Sunday, August 28, 2016

Your Birth Date Reveals Detailed Information About Your Personality

An interesting alternative to zodiac signs and what they mean is your actual birth date.
That's right, the numerology of your birth date, despite whatever month you were born, can reveal the certain personality that you have and it's pretty crazy how accurate it works!

3, 9, 12, 15, 21, 29, 30: Extremely Creative!

Saturday, August 27, 2016


Source: Collective Evolution

What we all know and consider to be our existence is a strange thing. Most tortoises make it to be at least 100 years old, but a mosquito fish is lucky to live just two short years, and mayflies can live and die within 24 hours. African forest elephants have an average life span of about 70 years — almost as long as a human being’s.

Queen fire ants can make it to seven years, yet worker ants are lucky to last 180 days. Life spans seem an unfair and funny thing, but we only know what we know.

James Carey, a biodemography specialist at the University of California, Davis, recently discovered how all these animals’ life spans can let us in on a little secret.

According to Davis, an animals’ life span can help inform humans whether we’ll die young or manage to raise a celebratory glass with other centenarians that outlive even their children.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016


Source: Collective Evolution

What is a superstition? In the most basic sense, it is a widely held belief in something out of material reality. It isn’t to say that things that aren’t material don’t exist, but more so that some things in our world are merely accepted beliefs or opinions, yet we believe they are real.

Some ‘superstitions’ bring light into the world; the belief that we are all connected and originate from a power that exists beyond our senses is a unifying thought that brings peace to the mind and to the human community. Although not 100% proven through rational observation this belief in how our reality works is being understood more and more through science and quantum physics.


Other superstitions bring nothing but darkness or the perceived idea of darkness. For example, the widely held belief that someone has the right to harm others, based on being in a position of authority. Is it ever legitimate that someone should have the right to harm others, or is this just a belief ungrounded in reality?

Sunday, August 21, 2016


Source: Collective Evolution

The strange and ancient stone circles that reside on the British Isle have long remained a mysterious occurrence, with no one knowing quite why the circles were erected, or for what purpose. Built in two locations in Scotland, the strange structures pre-date Stonehenge by an estimated 500 years. They are responsible for sparking a 2,000-year-long practice of creating astronomical monuments in the region. But now researchers from Australia have finally answered some very important questions.

For the first time, the team has found statistical proof that the earliest standing stone monuments in Britain were built 5,000 years ago in order to line up the movements of the Sun and the Moon. “Nobody before this has ever statistically determined that a single stone circle was constructed with astronomical phenomena in mind – it was all supposition,” explained project leader Gail Higginbottom from the University of Adelaide. “This research is finally proof that the ancient Britons connected the Earth to the sky with their earliest standing stones, and that this practice continued in the same way for 2000 years.”

Higginbottom and her team analyzed Britain’s oldest great stone circles of Callanish and Stenness, which they determined were probably built with tall, thin slabs of stone around 3000 to 2900 BCE.

Friday, August 19, 2016


Source: Collective Evolution

Turn on the TV. What do you see? Robbery, rape, murder, Climate change, War, Pollution.

I could go on and on. But just a few of these is enough to make one feel depressed about what’s going on in our world. 

Seven continents, 193 independent countries. You are one human being in a world of 7.4 billion other individuals. You want to help make a difference.
You want to change the world — but how?

You’re just one person — a tiny speck compared to 7.4 billion people. Can you really change the world by yourself?

The answer is a resounding yes! Many people think that one person can’t make a difference. But imagine this: 7.4 billion individuals each doing something to change the world. So you see, change can start with one person. Change can start with you, right here, right now.

Here are 25 simple ways for you to start changing the world:

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Are We Living in a Computer Simulation Created by an Advanced Civilization? Elon Musk Says ‘Yes’

by Anna LeMind
Source: The Mind Unleashed

The idea that we may be living in a computer simulation is not new. It seems that it just got more support asElon Musk, one of the greatest visionaries and inventors of our time, said in a recent interview that we could actually be characters in a highly advanced civilization’s video game.

At Recode’s Code Conference, which took place last week in California, Musk was asked if it is possible that our world is nothing but a huge simulation created by some advanced alien civilization. To answer this question, he used the history of video games as an example.

Just think about it: 40 years ago, we had games like Pong, which were based on two-dimensional, black and white graphics. Today, video games approach the level of virtual reality with their photorealistic graphics and millions of users simultaneously playing the same game online. And with the quickly developing augmented reality technology, they will soon become truly indistinguishable from the real life.

This is the progress we have made in just 40 years, which, as a matter of fact, is a tiny period of time in the history of a civilization. So just imagine what kind of video games we will have in 500, 1000 or 10,000 years!

“So given that we’re clearly on a trajectory to have games that are indistinguishable from reality, and those games could be played on any set-top box or on a PC or whatever, and there would probably be billions of such computers or set-top boxes, it would seem to follow that the odds that we’re in base reality is one in billions,” said Musk.

Thus, it makes no surprise that a civilization that has reached a tremendous level of development could create a whole holographic reality based on a computer code. How do we know that our world isn’t such kind of simulation? Given the fact that we still know too little about the universe and the nature of reality, this possibility is quite likely.

Musk went beyond suggesting that this scenario is, in fact, one of the best options we have.

“Arguably we should hope that that’s true, because if civilization stops advancing, that may be due to some calamitous event that erases civilization,” he explained. “So maybe we should be hopeful this is a simulation, because otherwise we are going to create simulations indistinguishable from reality or civilization ceases to exist. We’re unlikely to go into some multimillion-year stasis.”

Here, Musk talks about a well-known thought experiment by Swedish philosopher Nick BostromVox reports. Published in the journal Philosophical Quarterly in 2003, his paper entitled “Are you living in a computer simulation?” suggests that at least one of these propositions has to be true:

  • There is a high probability that the human race will go extinct before reaching a so-called posthuman stage of development (i.e., being capable of running high-fidelity ancestor simulations); or
  • Posthuman civilizations are very unlikely to run ancestor simulations; or
  • The human civilization is almost certainly living in a computer simulation.

A “posthuman” civilization would have such a great computing power that even if a tiny percentage of them decided to run reality-like simulations of ancestral life, the number of simulated ancestors would significantly exceed that of actual ancestors.

Simply put, we either will become extinct before we reach such a level of technological progress; no advanced civilization was ever interested in running “ancestor simulations;” or we are most probably living in a computer simulation.

According to Bostrom, it’s difficult to choose between the three options, based on the data about the reality that we have today. But Musk seems to be quite confident that the third option is true. In any case, all of this is just speculation and we are yet to unlock the mysteries of the universe, reality and our own existence. Who knows, maybe we indeed are living in a sort of Matrix.
Watch the full length interview with Elon Musk in the video below:

Wednesday, August 17, 2016


Source: Collective Evolution 

We are having Full Moon Lunar Eclipse Aquarius on August 18th (9:26am Universal Time). This one is a penumbral lunar eclipse which is when the Moon is just outside of the Earth’s shadow (umbra). Penumbral eclipses cause either a very subtle dimming or are not visually perceivable at all depending on how close it is to the shadow/umbra. This particular one is barely considered an eclipse and will not be visually noticeable anywhere in the world.

This is the beginning of eclipse season which is a time where certain areas of our lives go through a change, endings and/or new beginnings, depending how the eclipses are affecting each individual. These changes may start to occur in the 6-8 weeks leading up and also during the 3-6 months following.

We will have another Penumbral eclipse, in Pisces, on September 16th/17th which will be more noticeable then this one. We will also have Solar Eclipse in Virgo coming up on September 1st which will be the most potent of all of them. If you’d like to learn more about those ones, stay tuned for my upcoming articles. (Join my mailing list here to ensure you receive them)

Tuesday, August 16, 2016


Source: Collective Evolution

First things first: before beginning this article you may want to take this quiz to test your knowledge and memory introduce the concept of the Mandela Effect. Don’t be surprised if you come away feeling a little shaken up!

What if I told you that there are actually multiple different timelines and alternate realities all happening at the same time as this one, the one where your conscious awareness currently resides? What if I told you I could prove it, with the help of the Berenstain Bears?

Yes, those lovable little forest creatures from the memories of so many of our childhoods are still teaching us things today, but only if we’re able to see it — stick with me here. I have just discovered that the Berenstain Bears are part of a huge conspiracy theory that claims someone or something has actually gone back in time and altered history.

Monday, August 15, 2016


Source: Collective Evolution

Every movie has the ability to affect its viewer differently. Some films evoke wonder and excitement, while others provoke fear or sorrow, but all films contain a prevailing message or theme.

Some films can summon such profound questions that they change the way you perceive life as you once knew it. The following list contains 10 unique movies which do just that.

10) Donnie Darko

Richard Kelly’s cult-classic Donnie Darko stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a troubled, sleep-walking teen who insists on challenging authority and who is often visited by Frank, a monstrous rabbit that urges Donnie to perform dangerous and destructive pranks.

A haunting work of loneliness, alienation, and the universal desire for companionship and meaning wrapped in the guise of understated ‘80s nostalgia and head-spinning science fiction mythology – Donnie Darko is a film you shouldn’t miss.

What makes Donnie Darko especially fascinating is its take on multiple realities and universes. The film explores concepts of imploding universes, black holes, and alternate timelines, leaving most scratching their heads and itching for an immediate second viewing. Richard Kelly stated that the film has varying interpretations, which is why the film is still the object of analysis and debate to this day.


Source: Collective Evolution

Like most 25 year olds, I chose to ignore the signs produced by alcohol- long after the hangover. I tried to dismiss it as a “one time thing” or, “maybe I still feel this way from Friday because I didn’t eat that night” but in reality, my body was begging for attention.

I have a love/hate relationship with alcohol. Kind of like our first experiences with green juice- hate the taste but love how it makes us feel. Except, the more green juice you have the better you will feel long term while the more alcohol… the opposite effect happens.
I have now entered that stage where a night out of drinking costs me my whole weekend, and sometimes, even well into the week. Not so much ‘physically’ am I affected, but more so emotionally. I can’t focus, I am uninspired, not motivated, or even care to try.

This is alarming to me because since I am entering that ‘stage’ of drinking I am also entering a new phase in my life where my career is being brought to the forefront. These two worlds clashed this past weekend where one night out totally depleted my enthusiasm for a big meeting I had the coming Monday. I actually thought that maybe I could reschedule which is ludicrous thinking considering how amped I was just a few days prior prepping with notes and ideas! What was going on with me?

I’ve quickly learned that I have a choice to make and drinking was no longer an option, especially if my career had anything to say about it.

Monday, August 8, 2016

Nikola Tesla – "Everything is the Light" Revealing the Secrets of His Life

Source: Stillness in the Storm

In 1915, Einstein's theory of Relativity was first published, and as such, references made by Tesla about the idea draw the whole dialog into question. Tesla also makes mentions the term Radar which didn't enter the lexicon until as early as 1930. This discrepancy could be due to the fact that the translation of the original interview into English occurred later, in which case, modern terms could have been added. 

All these points and more bring the following dialog into doubt. However, the content, despite the fact that it may be fabricated, still contains a lot of good information in my view. Its possible fabrication does not in the least deter from the data herein presented. I say this because I have been researching these fields for years and have come to a personal comprehension about them. 

On this issue of if this interview is real or not, in my opinion, I would say that it is at best improperly cited or a worst a total fabrication. But as was just mentioned, the truth that it contains is still valid. Consider that the wisdom within in a childhood story or fable—although not real—still has a message that enriches our understanding and knowledge. As such, enjoy the following in the same way a child enjoys a bedtimes story. And of course, as with all things, blindly believe nothing, but consider all with an open heart and mind; that is to say, use your discernment wisely. 

Friday, August 5, 2016


Source: Collective Evolution

 Never assume aspects of an artist’s work are meaningless, especially when it comes to Leonardo da Vinci’s doodles.

Until now, art historians had dismissed some doodles in the leading artist and intellectual’s notebooks. But now, a new study from Ian Hutchings, a professor at the University of Cambridge, proves there’s more than meets the eye. In fact, one page of these scribbles from 1493 actually contained something groundbreaking: the first written account demonstrating the laws of friction.

While common knowledge credits da Vinci with conducting the first systematic study of friction, as the Renaissance inventor incorporated friction into the behaviour of wheels, axles, and pulleys, recognizing its role in limiting operation and efficiency, no one actually knew how he came up with these ideas. But Hutchings was able to put together a detailed chronology that marks the very spot of da Vinci’s “Aha!” moment.

Tuesday, August 2, 2016


Source: Collective Evolution 

We are having a New Moon in Leo on August 2nd/3rd, which is the beginning of the 29.5 day Moon cycle. In astrological practice, we view New Moons as a new wave of energy, as the Sun and Moon are at the exact same point of the zodiac. It is an opportunity for us to work with the energies of that sign in new ways.

Later this month, we are also entering eclipse season: there will be a Lunar Eclipse in Aquarius on August 18th, a powerful Solar Eclipse in Virgo on September 1st, and then another Lunar Eclipse (in Pisces) on September 16th. Eclipses happen roughly every 6 months, and they reflect some of the shifts that will be occurring for that same period of time.

Over the last month and continuing over next 1.5 months, the energies of these upcoming eclipses are gradually becoming more apparent, as many people are already finding themselves in a transitional period. To learn more about these upcoming eclipses, stay tuned for those articles when we get closer to those dates.

Monday, August 1, 2016


Source: Collective Evolution

When it comes to the science regarding the true nature of our reality, you won’t find a shortage of theories, or a shortage of criticisms of each theory. We are like a race with amnesia, trying to discover and search for an answer that most probably exists, but has yet to be discovered. How did the universe begin?

According to new research, there might not have been a big bang. Instead, the universe might have existed forever. The theory was derived from the mathematics of general relativity, and compliment Einstein’s theory of general relativity.

“The Big Bang singularity is the most serious problem of general relativity because the laws of physics appear to break down there.”  – Ahmed Farag Ali, Benha University, Co-Author of the study. (source)

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