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Nikola Tesla is a legendary figure that few people might truly claim to understand.

He may or may not have given this interview to a magazine, but maybe there is some truth in it - of course, that is for you to contemplate.

Sadly it's a rather wooden presentation, but it's what we have.

" ... the universe is alive in all its manifestations ... "

A "deep dive" indeed:

(36 minutes)


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It's hard to categorise this interview except to say that it's quite extraordinary.


(28 minutes)




American history is littered with events large and small including political assassinations (JFK being the most notorious), Unidentified Flying Objects (or Unexplained Aerial Phenomena as we must now call them), unexplained crashed phenomena (AKA Roswell), alleged false flag events (most notoriously 9/11), and much else that defies agreed explanation. 

That's a pretty broad spectrum of alleged phenomena, linked only by the inability of the various concerned parties to agree on their true nature.

This video doesn't solve all the problems but it does present a reasoned and logical exploration that may help us all to think about the bigger picture.

(28 minutes)


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Prepare for lift-off!

You'll never look at a jet aircraft in the same way again ...

(24 minutes)


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Clif High is always good value - he is so knowledgeable that we are sure to learn something interesting, and he has this knack of putting matters into historical context so that it makes sense.

Here he is with Sarah Westall expounding on a range of topics that defy coherent description, but which all impact on the current state our world today. You won't even notice as he segues effortlessly through his topics to explain his perceptions.

Part One

(51  minutes)


Part Two

(98 minutes)