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Anthony Peake & Tom Campbell - Consciousness Creates Reality
February 1, 2011
Anthony Peake is a British binary mind theorist and author from Wirrals, England. His work focuses on near-death experience, deja vu and the nature of reality. Peake has suggested a different explanation as to what happens to human consciousness at the point of death. This theory, which he terms Cheating the Ferryman was first published in the International Journal of Near Death Studies in 2004. The theory involves a Peake's unorthodox interpretation of the latest theories of quantum mechanics, neurology and consciousness studies and concludes that at the point of death the dying person is presented with a literal minute-by-minute recreation of their life in 'real time' from their subjective viewpoint. Peake is author of Is There Life After Death?: The Extraordinary Science of What Happens When We Die and The and has a trilogy of books pending publication. Tom Campbell began researching altered states of consciousness with Bob Monroe at Monroe Laboratories in the early 1970s. Campbell has been experimenting with, and exploring the subjective and objective mind ever since. For the past thirty years, Campbell has been focused on scientifically exploring the properties, boundaries, and abilities of consciousness. In a previous Red Ice program he shared his "Big TOE" (Theory of Everything), which is a model of existence and reality that is based directly on Campbell's scientific research and firsthand experience. In this special two hour joint interview, Anthony and Tom discuss the nature of reality and consciousness.

 

Relevant links

mybigtoe.com

mbtevents.com

About the Tom Campbell

Tom Campbell on YouTube @ twcjr44

anthonypeake.com

The Voice - The Movie

Planck time

Akashic records

monroeinstitute.com

Our world may be a giant hologram

Simulation hypothesis

Virtual reality

Top Scientists Validating the Supernatural Universe

Zero Point Energy

Time dilation

Precognition

Déjà vu

Books & DVDs

My Big TOE

The Daemon: A Guide to Your Extraordinary Secret Self

Is There Life After Death?

Man and Time By J B Priestly

Comments (2)

Two Great Minds Complementing One Another
Each listening of these two men separately and together creates a greater understanding of this existence we are experiencing. Tom Campbell and Anthony Peake are correct when they say we may not have the "words" to "describe" what we see, hear, and feel. Tom's "streams of data" rather than "beings" or "energy" the terms normally used continues to be a challenge for me to wrap my head around. Anthony's idea of rather than "reincarnating" we "relive" or "re-experience" the same life over and over until we get it "right" is another concept that is hard for me to grasp. Perhaps the more I experience the more things will fall into place which usually happens. Thank You Henrick for being the host you are to the guests. Your interviewing skill of posing the question or comment and then allowing the guest to respond is respectful to both the guest and the listeners. Listening to a host who interrupts and talks over the guest is distracting and irritating. Keep on keeping on!
#2 - Karen - 21/03/2014 - 16:00
theory of everything/astral travel
This is my favorite episode of Red Ice Radio. Since about age 9 until 35 I had spontaneous OBEs. Usually beginning with sleep paralysis with visible beings buy my bed. Now at 43 it only happens only about once a month. This has been my life's biggest mystery and fascination. It's great to hear others thoughts about the experience. Thank you Red Ice:)
#1 - Matt Robinson - 13/12/2013 - 18:37
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