Photo memorial begins at 31.00 but the Keshe discussion of mortality and physicality, which begins at the outset, is worth a listen.
In the photos a few VT people will be seen, Jim Hanke, Mike Harris, me of course, but the relationship is an odd one, using VT’s “muscle” as it were, to protect the Institute.
You know, we have so very few things, so very few people. Fire grows dim in so many, so little heart, so little vision, so little fight.
This is Knowledge Seeker Workshop 299. All are free, nothing is withheld, all questions are answered, all challenges faced.
My own involvement came when Keshe came under attack by organizations “we,” and I will not disclose who “we” is, that represent evil incarnate.
Our own work, reopening the files from the 19th century at Cavendish, the works of Maxwell, the unpublished documentation of the wider research of the Manhattan Project, led us to a divergence.
At some point, I would start at 1873, physics became fantasy and what is possible, and nearly everything is possible, was pared down to hydrocarbons, debt based currency and Newtonian time wasting crap.
Sandor spent his life fighting that, as has Keshe and others at VT. Enjoy the video.