Mysterious Universe

31.10 - MU Podcast - The Hidden Field

March 15, 2024

Why do we possess the traits we do? Why do we look and act the way we do? Is genetics the answer? The entire concept of genes explaining who and why we are didn't hold as well as it once had. There has to be something else, and that something else might be akin to the theories of morphic fields proposed by the groundbreaking scientist Rupert Sheldrake. We discuss concepts such as presentiment, extraordinary knowledge, telepathy, and much more as we delve into the strangest aspects of morphic fields and consider how they may address some of the questions about what it means to be a human being. Then, in our Plus+ extension, we cover a terrifying surveillance state already in effect worldwide. It's legal and available to anyone who wants to pay for it. Utilizing this network, your phone can discern who you associate with, where you go, and almost what you intend to do. Even more disturbingly, your car can decipher your deepest desires and even your sexual orientation! It's an incredible warning of a dark future and one Plus+ extension not to be missed. Links Presentiment: Waking Before Alarms, Making Millions Through Day Trading How Morphic Resonance Affects Our Memories, Families, Rituals and Festivals ESP In Twins Listen to the Animals: Why did so many animals escape December's tsunami? Dogs That Know When Their Owners Are Coming Home: Fully Updated and Revised Scientists: invasion of parrots in Poland is only a matter of time Plus+ Extension The extension of the show is EXCLUSIVE to Plus+ Members. To join, click HERE. Means of Control: How the Hidden Alliance of Tech and Government Is Creating a New American Surveillance State 'Most sophisticated tunnel in US history' discovered between Mexico and Arizona Rodney Joffe Mobile phone location data used to track Australians' movements during coronavirus crisis Coronavirus: Phone data could be used to enforce isolation rules Strava GPS Cycling and Running App The Insights Advantage Learn more about your ad choices. Visit neither hosts nor alters podcast files. All content © its respective owners.