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Pateo TV with Bruce Lipton

Bruce_LiptonBruce H. Lipton, PhD, and Pateo TV talk show host Johan H. Oldenkamp, PhD, both consciously resigned their professorship in order to make way for the development of unbiased and dogma-free science. For Bruce Lipton, this resulted in the book titled “The Biology of Belief – Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter & Miracles”. It was published in 2005, and became a huge success. In 2006, it won the award for Best Science Book, and in 2015, a special 10th anniversary edition of this book was published. After “The Biology of Belief”, Bruce also wrote “The Wisdom of Your Cells – How Your Beliefs Control Your Biology” (2006), “Spontaneous Evolution: Our Positive Future and a Way to Get There from Here” (2009), and “The Honeymoon Effect: The Science of Creating Heaven on Earth” (2013).

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Pateo TV #06: Mayan Calendars

Mayan_CalendarsIn this sixth live online broadcast of Pateo TV, host Johan Oldenkamp explained the essence of the most important Mayan calendars. He started by explaining the key principles of the authentic Tzol’kin calendar of the Maya, not to be confused with the self-invented Dreamspell calendar. Next, he explained that the so-called Long Count Calendar of the Maya is actually one of nine nested calendar systems which he collectively refers to as the Tzol’tun. While the Tzol’kin calendar counts every natural day as a unit (Tzol means ‘counting’ and kin means ‘whole day’), the Tzol’tun calendar counts full circles of each 360 days (such a full circle was named a Tun by the ancient Maya). In this broadcast, host Johan showed that the Tzol’tun represents the nine natural layers of (1) consciousness, of (2) neurophysiology, and of (3) the historic development of consciousness on our home planet. (more…)

On Theos and Logos

Theos_Logos_TheosThe original title of the fourth book of the Bible’s New Testament is “The magical message according to Ioannes”, or “Τὸ κατὰ Ἰωάννην εὐαγγέλιον” in Greek. In transliterated Greek, this title is “To kata Ioannen euangelion“. This magical message starts with the following famous sentence: (more…)