© 2019 BY PAUL WAGNER

Kundalini Meditation:

Let Your Spirit Radiate

By: Paul Wagner | Mar. 7, 2019

From the late 1990s to the early 2000s, I spent time with Harbhajan Singh Khalsa, often known as Siri Singh Sahib to his followers. To the world, he was most prominently known as Yogi Bhajan (1929-2004). A deeply devoted Sikh, healer, vegan, intuitive master ...

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The Temple of Damanhur: Aliens, Time Travel

By: Paul Wagner | Mar. 20, 2019

Born from a vision to establish the next Atlantis, infused with a profound and universal ideology, and remarkable works of art, The Damanhur Temple is quite possibly the 8th wonder of the world. I liken Damanhur to the contrived city of Celebration, FL, the cute, All-American hamlet ...

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Getting Rid of Negative Energy: Forgive, Emote

By: Paul Wagner | Mar. 4, 2019

A few weeks ago, I was awoken by a disembodied spirit, and screamed like a 5-year old boy. My partner nearly pooped her pants and assumed we were being profiled and haunted by a profoundly negative spirit. Digging a little deeper, I felt this spirit to be a humble, old soul seeking love and attention. As we prayed for her and showered her with light, she evaporated within 10 minutes ...

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Alchemy’s Revival; A Spiritualized Chemistry For Transformation

By: Paul Wagner | Mar. 25, 2019

What is alchemy? Alchemy comes from the Arabic al-kīmiyā, a synonym of al-iksir (elixir), and was thought to mean something akin to, “The process and means by which something is obtained or changed.” This definition holds true today. While originally a protoscience ...

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The Navy’s UFO Sightings & The US Gov't

By: Paul Wagner | July 1, 2019

Shortly after the Navy Times released “Aliens, ahoy!,” the Washington Post published “Angry Pilot,” and the NY Times asked, “Wow, What Was That?” these heavily promoted and widely consumed articles were immediately parroted by a long list of other popular news sites  ...

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Healing Yourself With Binaural Beats

By: Paul Wagner  | Dec. 27th, 2018

When the final trickle of sadness evaporated, I became a fan of binaural beats therapy. In just 15 minutes, the unscientific new-age-ness of it all had evaporated, and was immediately replaced by a measurable, grounded, and healing experience. I was more relaxed and I felt as though my brain and heart went through a (healing) car wash.

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Isochronic Tones: The Cousin Of Binaural Beats

By: Paul Wagner  | Jan. 9th, 2019

The brain is experiencing quite the renaissance as of late. Not only has brain research become more easily accessible and immediately applicable, the implications of the latest research are pointing to a wonderful outcome: we now know that specific locations in the brain can be pinpointed, accessed, addressed, flooded with light to heal symptoms, and healed through the emission of sound.

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Plant Consciousness: They Sense, Feel, Communicate?

By: Paul Wagner | Jan. 23, 2019

Just like the love we receive from our mothers and grandmothers, nature is a life-giving, lovable, and powerful healer. Is this interconnectedness and interdependence born from nature’s pre-engineered biology, or is there a type of plant consciousness? Are they sentient beings, with the ability to sense, feel, fathom, and communicate? The answer to this is more remarkable than you might imagine.

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Famous Alchemists

By: Paul Wagner  | Feb 1, 2019

As the Drew Professor of Humanities at Johns Hopkins University, Lawrence Principe is one of today’s alchemy rock stars. He has solved ancient ciphers (secret codes), volatilized gold (turning it to vapor), and merged his fascinations with history and chemistry in ways that have allowed him to replicate and test an exceptional list of ancient formulas. Principe is well versed on the history of famous alchemists, carrying the torch of their past and shining a beacon of light on alchemy’s future.

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Freemason Secrets

By: Paul Wagner  | Feb 8, 2019

My father, uncle, and grandfather were Freemasons. My grandfather held the title of Worshipful Master (akin to a president) at a New York City lodge near the turn of the century and had some fascinating clothing and accessories — his ring was beyond cool. I remember asking Pop about his lodge when I was in kindergarten. Replying in his thick German accent, he said, “There is nothing for you to know at this time, boy.” I love that answer.

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Intermittent Fasting: 

Benefits & Dangers

By: Paul Wagner  | Feb 8, 2019

I began intermittent fasting when I was 15. At that time, I fasted because it cleared my mind and put me in a more meditative and prayerful state. Fasting might make you feel a little foggy or spacey, but for me, fasting helps me become more peaceful. Meanwhile, it does a great job at rebooting the system.

 

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Intermittent Fasting:

Meal Plans & Schedules 

By: Paul Wagner  | Feb 13, 2019

I love intermittent fasts. I have found them to be physically healing, emotionally cleansing, and spiritually uplifting. As the body experiences a shift in its attachment to food, the mind and heart experience something similar in relation to their attachments to ideas, feelings, people and experiences.

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Ram Dass: The Magical, 

'Be Here Now' Guru 

By: Paul Wagner  | Mar 1, 2019

“Turn on, Tune in, Drop out.” Timothy Leary, the superhero of psychedelic drugs, died in 1996, while one of his partners in consciousness-expansion, Dr. Richard Alpert, a.k.a. Ram Dass, has since grown, expanded, lived, and thrived. This is not to say that Alpert didn’t have a few issues along the way. Instead, it’s to note that his mission appears to be broader, deeper, and with a longer tail. 

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Sri Anandamayi Ma: 

Beautiful and Profound 

By: Paul Wagner  | May 30, 2019

When asked why she was in this world, Sri Anandamayi Ma said, “In this world? I am not anywhere. I am myself reposing within myself.” An astrologer, Abinush Babu, once had the honor of reading Sri Ma’s palms. He said that her markings were beyond a defined deity or tradition, and “beyond the control of the invisible.” He went on to say that Kali would return to workshop her.

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Osho: The Bhagwan Known as Rajneesh

By: Paul Wagner  | Feb 25, 2019

I love intermittent fasts. I have found them to be physically healing, emotionally cleansing, and spiritually uplifting. As the body experiences a shift in its attachment to food, the mind and heart experience something similar in relation to their attachments to ideas, feelings, people and experiences.

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Electric Universe Theory

By: Paul Wagner  | Apr 8, 2019

I love intermittent fasts. I have found them to be physically healing, emotionally cleansing, and spiritually uplifting. As the body experiences a shift in its attachment to food, the mind and heart experience something similar in relation to their attachments to ideas, feelings, people and experiences.

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The Keto Diet: Overview, Benefits and Warnings

By: Paul Wagner  | Mar 14, 2019

I love intermittent fasts. I have found them to be physically healing, emotionally cleansing, and spiritually uplifting. As the body experiences a shift in its attachment to food, the mind and heart experience something similar in relation to their attachments to ideas, feelings, people and experiences.

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Meditation vs. Mindfulness:

Methods and Mindsets 

By: Paul Wagner  | Mar 15, 2019

I love intermittent fasts. I have found them to be physically healing, emotionally cleansing, and spiritually uplifting. As the body experiences a shift in its attachment to food, the mind and heart experience something similar in relation to their attachments to ideas, feelings, people and experiences.

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Bioresonance Therapy:

Anomaly or Magic? 

By: Paul Wagner  | Mar 12, 2019

Each of us is born from stardust and then infused with a soul and a specific signature comprised of electromagnetic vibrations. Given that we embody and emanate electric current, it stands to reason that electromagnetic or vibrational therapy would be of benefit for a long list of our physical diseases, emotional challenges, and other ailments.

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Chögyam Trungpa:

Crazy Wisdom 

By: Paul Wagner  | Mar 22, 2019

I was entranced with the beautiful writings of Chögyam Trungpa for many years. His book, Shambhala: The Sacred Path of The Warrior became a staple in my life. It opened my eyes to spiritual potential and deepened my understanding of life, love, and the divine. The more I learned, the more I craved Chögyam Trungpa’s books. 

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Yogi Bhajan: Happy, Healthy, Holy Sikhism 

By: Paul Wagner  | Mar 7, 2019

From the late 1990s to the early 2000s, I spent time with Harbhajan Singh Khalsa, often known as Siri Singh Sahib to his followers. To the world, he was most prominently known as Yogi Bhajan (1929-2004). A deeply devoted Sikh, healer, vegan, intuitive master, entrepreneur, founder of the Kundalini meditation and yoga movement ...

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