About Natalie

Artist / Comedienne Natalie Gray hosts the successful iTunes podcast, The Gray Escape with Natalie Gray, where she talks about life, entertainment, and the Holographic Universe.

Ep 51 – Natalie on Depression, Stand-up, and Being an Artist

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Natalie unleashes unfiltered stream of consciousness into the mic to share personal experiences with depression, wanting to take her own life, anti-depressants and what it means to be an artist. She ponders why stand-up comedy specials fill her with guilt, and whether or not she’s written a sh*tty poem.

Ep 50 – Nature of the Cage | John K Webster

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Strawman, or straw man: a person regarded as having no substance or integrity.

John K Webster dissects our legal and monetary system with facts and research from his documentary Strawman: Nature of the Cage. Hear startling insights into the differences between law, the legal system, and dealing with debt. Natalie gets her fix of quantum physics, parallel universes and the Mandela effect. Meanwhile, other mind-bending topics include the placebo effect, DMT, lucid dreaming, the double-slit experiment and the delayed-choice experiment! But the brain bonanza doesn’t end there! Also in this show: Egyptians, the pineal gland, hypnogogic states, the holographic universe and more!

Additional resources:

Watch John’s documentary, Strawman – The Nature of the Cage here!

Visit John’s site!

Listen to the episode with John’s filmmaking partner, James Russell, about the effects of cellular technology on our health: Conversation Killer | Can Your Cell Phone Make You Sick?

Ep 49 – Conversation Killer: Can Your Cell Phone Make You Sick? | James Russell

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Everyone with a cell phone should listen to this podcast!

Can your phone make you sick? Is it shortening your life? And is the answer to that question being hidden from us? Are kids the most at risk group? Or could it be bees? Filmmaker James Russell, of the startling documentary Resonance: Beings of Frequency, discusses the mind-boggling way cell phones are tested for safety. Amidst his shocking findings concerning cellular phone technology, James also delves into the catastrophic risks facing bees, children, autism, and the connection between cell phones and cancer.

To watch James Russell’s movie, Resonance – Beings of Frequency click here.
To watch the documentary film, Strawman – Nature of the Cage click here.

Here is the link to the somewhat infamous press release 208 released from the World Health Organization. Below is a key passage of text from the document:

Results

The evidence was reviewed critically, and overall evaluated as being limited among users of wireless telephones for glioma and acoustic neuroma, and inadequate to draw conclusions for other types of cancers. The evidence from the occupational and environmental exposures mentioned above was similarly judged inadequate. The Working Group did not quantitate the risk; however, one study of past cell phone use (up to the year 2004), showed a 40% increased risk for gliomas in the highest category of heavy users (reported average: 30 minutes per day over a 10‐year period).

For other podcasts on sound, frequencies and vibrations, check out:

The Startling Secrets of Sound

Vibrations of Tesla

and

Extraterrestrial Well-being

Ep 48 – Sound of the Stones | Maria Wheatley

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Author and expert on standing stone circles, earth energies and dowsing, Maria Wheatley, guests on The Gray Escape podcast. Maria discusses ley lines and the hidden knowledge that was rediscovered in the 80’s. She explores whether our ancestors may have been able to ‘hear’ the stones and use them for healing. Natalie talks about sound healing and the magic of the perfect fifth!

Natalie and Maria also ponder Acoustic Levitation (is this how our ancestors created the stone circles?) along with the surprising revelation of just what NASA used for its own experiment in Acoustic Levitation! If you want to understand more about how our ancient ancestors understood the metaphysical and physical properties of standing stone circles such as Avebury and Stonehenge, you’re in for a treat!

Additional resources:

As discussed in this episode, here is a video on NASA’s Acoustic Levitation experiment, done in 1987.

For an AMAZING video on the effect of sound on water, click here!

Another article on sound being used to levitate pharmaceuticals!

For more on Maria Wheatley, visit her site.

 

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