A new poem of Stanford’s titled “Follow your heart” is broad and general, obviously meant for the beginner or those who have long taken to the Stanford mindset, offering little new it seems but some run-of-the-mill Stanford doctrine for guidance, and reassurance. Reflections here. AdvertisementsRead more "Decision-making with the heart"
In Stanford’s essay, Heartstrings #3, Darwin’s theory of evolution is dismissed as fiction. Yet the missing link in progression of species, that until now may have undermined the theory, seems to have been found, as described in the Telegraph article “Caveman from 2m years ago may be missing link” (Sept, 2011). Being able to trace […]Read more "More evidence to support Darwin’s Theory of Evolution, or Stanford’s “fiction”"
In his essay “Review of Prophecies“, Chiappalone notes that “skin cancer is increasing at an alarming rate”. Yet a recent article in the Guardian, “Sunscreen pill could be available within five years, scientists say” (August 2011), suggests that a tablet could prevent sunburn in humans, providing protection against harmful UV rays in a way similar […]Read more "Sunscreen tablet in 5 years defuses Chiappalone’s prophecy of alarming increase in skin cancer rate"
Stanford in her most recent essay foresees the move by the US to set up a military base in South Korea raising tensions and leading to Korean bloodshed, and expresses her dislike of science in promoting in people disillusionment with spirituality. Naturally, unseen aliens are involved in both. See comments on this essay here.Read more "Science is bad, and foreseen Korean bloodshed with new base"
Stanford’s new essay, Heartstrings 1, sketches out an amazing relationship between aliens and their need for oil, the “spice” of our universe, apparently backed up by reality in that it is shown to explain why western countries are avoiding tapping into American oil and instead are using NATO to obtain it elsewhere. See reflections on […]Read more "Oil: our “spice” coveted by aliens?"