Part 2 of ‘Are you a Computer Simulation?’, a mind-bending conversation with Anthony Peake, expert in fringe areas of human consciousness and author of the book Opening the Doors of Perception.
In this episode we delve into Tesla territory as we explore how the brain creates electricity, the significance of the pineal gland and Tony’s experience with the Lucia light machine. We hear Natalie’s theory on how we can see the future as well as learn what she believes could be the unlock code to human consciousness! Antony sheds light on more of Natalie’s sci-fi experience in 2012, best described as a Near Death Experience. They discuss the lattice grid that she saw and ponder whether she could have actually seen the matrix, and if so, is this proof that we are indeed living in a Computer Simulation!
To read more about Craig Hogan, discussed in this episode, check out his wiki.
To read the article in Scientific American that was mentioned by Anthony about The Holographic Universe, visit here.
Anthony’s bio, courtesy of AnthonyPeake.com
Anthony Peake is a writer who deals with borderline areas of human consciousness. His first book, Is There Life After Death? was published in 2006 and since then he has gone on to develop his own ideas together with exploring the latest areas of research in his field.
His fourth book, Making Sense of Near-Death Experiences, is a collaborative effort with some of the world’s leading authorities on the near death phenomenon. He was very honoured to be asked to be one of the editors as well as contributing a chapter.
His seventh book, A Life of Philip K Dick The Man Who Remembered the Future, is a departure from his previous works in that it is a mixture of biography, literary criticism and psychological/neurological analysis.
His eighth book, The Immortal Mind: Science and the Continuity of Consciousness Beyond the Brain, is a joint project with Professor Ervin Laszlo. This was published in Autumn 2014.
He is now working on two new projects; a book on the time plays and time-theories of British author-playwright J.B. Priestley and a sequel to his latest book, Opening the Doors of Perception. The J.B. Priestley book should be published in the Summer of 2017 and the “Doors” sequel in early 2018.