Category Archives: Borderlands

Mystery Cosmic Rays Zapping the South Pole?

Cosmic rays zapping the Earth over the South Pole appear to be coming from particular locations, rather than being distributed uniformly across the sky. Cosmic ray “hotspots” have also been seen in the northern skies too, yet there is no … Continue reading

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Pendulum Waves

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The Royal Raymond Rife Research Labs

The RIFE Research Labs from Borderland Sciences

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Blue light taps directly into your emotions

We’re all happier on sunny days, but why? It seems that light taps directly into brain areas that process emotion – good and bad. Although light is used to treat mood disorders, we don’t understand how this works. While rods … Continue reading

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The Rockerfeller Foundation’s war on consciousness through the imposition of A=440HZ standard tuning

Great article of lengthy conspiracy music rant c/o Kook Science Resistance on Tumblr: This article details events in musical history that are central to understanding and treating modern psychopathology, social aggression, political corruption, genetic dysfunction, and cross-cultural degeneration of traditional … Continue reading

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Stingy aliens may call us on cheap rates only

A new study suggests that cost-effective galactic radio transmissions would be at higher frequencies than SETI projects traditionally monitor, and ET’s attempts to make contact would be only few and far between. “If ET was building cost-effective beacons, would our … Continue reading

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Journal of Borderlands Research: The Wireless of Nathan B. Stubblefield

Stubblefield’s underground telephony VLF system was very simple. Two metal rods were used for each “telephone set”, and were inserted into the ground several feet apart. Each set was outfitted with a large horn to act as a loudspeaker. A … Continue reading

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The Borderland Experimenter: Odic Observations | Journal of Borderland Research

In the mid 1800s Baron Karl von Reichenbach opened a whole vista of new knowledge when he discovered the existence and properties of what he called Od force, a force that flows from minerals and light, in plants and animals, … Continue reading

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William S. Burroughs class on the technology and ethic of wishing (June 25, 1986)

Burroughs discusses radionics and other related subjects in this presentation. Part 1: Part 2:

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Effects of 6-10 Hz ELF on Brain Waves

An article by David S. Walonick published in a 1999 issue of the Borderlands Research Journal details an experiment examining the effects of ELF using 1980’s era EEG/EMG sensors and ELF field generators. “Each ELF exposure consisted of a ten … Continue reading

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