Power to the People: Daniel Pinchbeck and Nassim Haramein
On Sunday, March 25th, in an exclusive online Evolver Intensive video salon with Daniel Pinchbeck, the scientist Nassim Haramein will discuss his controversial work that posits the existence of an unlimited source of energy, accessible through understanding the deep structure of matter. His theory proposes that we can only reach this transformative threshold by undergoing a shift in consciousness. In "Power to the People", a unique one-time webinar, he and Daniel Pinchbeck will explore the physics behind his hypotheses, how this technology could become available to humanity, and what type of transformation of planetary consciousness is necessary as part of this process.
Nassim Haramein has received international acclaim for his multimedia presentations, which are thought provoking, educational and entertaining for the layman and physics enthusiast alike. His lifelong exploration into the geometry of spacetime has resulted in a new and exciting comprehensive Unification theory, which leads to a coherent understanding of the fundamental structure and model of the Universe. In his extraordinary presentations, Nassim takes his audience on a journey through humanity's evolution, the sciences of physics, chemistry and biology, and then to the wisdom and codes of the ancients. As he weaves together all these elements an exciting unified tapestry develops--which may prove to be one of the most important scientific, philosophical and technological discoveries of our time.
On March 25th (3PM EST), you can partake in a discussion with the scientist from anywhere in the world using your laptop. You'll have the chance to ask your questions directly using your mic and webcam. Don't miss what promises to be a mind-expanding discussion about physics and consciousness and the connections between them.
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Check out these two short videos of Nassim going deep--the first is about the power of spin:
This one is about crossing the "event horizon":