DUNCAN LAURIE has undergraduate and graduate degrees in art from the University of Pennsylvania. From the mid 1970s to the early 2000s he produced architectural glass design commissions for a wide variety of individuals and businesses while living in New York City and Jamestown, Rhode Island. His clients include Blackrock Financial Management, 9 West, Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy, Citicorp Executive Center, Anne Klein II, Electra Records, Estée Lauder, Readers Digest Fund, Lincoln Square N.Y.C., Sky Tokyo, United Overseas Bank Singapore, Lane Crawford Stores, Ratheon Corporation, Capital Cities ABC, and many other individuals and companies throughout the world. In 1980 the late Richard J. Reynolds III introduced Laurie to the world of alternative technology and inventors. Thus began a learning curve whereby the world of art and subtle energy technology slowly began to reveal their commonalities of function and purpose. More
Our interview in part focuses on Duncans book:
THE SECRET ART: A Brief History of Radionic Technology for the Creative Individualtraces this astonishing process beginning with early art designs suggestive of radionic intent. For many prehistoric and indigenous peoples, art was also a means of interacting with Nature to enhance healing, increase crop yields, and enable visionary experiences. Coincidentally, radionic inventors discovered by trial and error that even drawings and bizarre technology could function radionically. This discovery followed a long process of design innovation that started with mechanical devices, proceeded through a generation of electronic instruments, and most recently has been applied to computer and software technology. Conceivably, the theory and techniques outlined in this book could provide artists with a revolutionary approach to the creative process that is at once both new and timeless. A potential exists today for radionic ideas to empower creative individuals to develop skills in working with Nature that achieve profound real world results.
Radionics, an alternative healing technology, is explored as a methodology for visual art and design. Radionically based tools and techniques are presented that lend themselves to experimental art and multi-media praxis.
The history of radionics is the story of how various inventors designed devices that employ directed intent to affect the real world. With these tools, they promoted healing without pills or surgery, grew crops without fertilizer, restrained insect predation without pesticides, and performed a host of other seemingly impossible feats that defy mechanistic science.
Dragonline Big Rock Maine 110907 (on SoundCloud) https://soundcloud.com/duncanlaurie/dragonline-big-rock-maine
Sounds derived from a large granite stone, part of the ancestral home in Jamestown, Rhode Island. Copper leads were affixed to the stone with molten zinc from a thermal arc sprayer. “The stone proved very active that evening, providing us with a long, uninterrupted recording opportunity, especially in the area of 7-9Hz, the area of the Earth’s resonant frequency.
Astrologer, writer, broadcaster, social commentator, Robert Phoenix has been engaged in the esoteric arts and healing since the mid-eighties. From 1994 through 2000, Robert was a tele-psychic and tarot reader, being on the ground floor of the intuitive revolution, highlighted by the Uranus/Neptune conjunction from that period. Source: http://www.robertphoenix.com/content/about/
Masaki Miyagawa is an author, speaker and consultant based in Los Angeles. He has over 10 years experience in the esoteric field and his family has been involved in Buddhist Studies for over 400 Years. Masaki is currently teaching Mediation Classes and available for personal numerology consultations. Source: https://www.akaida.com/contact
Dr. Richard Alan Miller has a long and extensive resume in the fields of Physics, Metaphysics and Agriculture. Here are just some of the highlights from his very rich and varied resume – from solid state physics to states of consciousness and much in between…
Prodigious from an early age, two of Richard Miller’s high school science projects were adopted by NASA, including one used in the Mariner 4 mission to determine the amount of water on the planet Mars. At age 16 he built a linear accelerator and hydrogen bubble chamber for a science fair project and was the first American to demonstrate particles going faster than the speed of light.
He’s been involved in research and projects – many at top secret level – that have formed the basis of several modern-day scientific inventions. Miller’s research in the field of paranormal began as a graduate physicist working 11 years with Navy Intel (Anesthesiology). His work includes foundational papers on A Holographic Concept of Reality and Embryonic Holography and work with microwaves and synthetic telepathy. He was used as Timothy Leary’s experimental guinea pig to see what the effects of LSD were when taken by a Mensa level genius.
Dr. Miller was the real-life character that the X-Files’ Fox Mulder was based on – investigating unexplained phenomena for Navy Seal Corp and MRU, which put him in the path of many incredible life experiences, including an encounter with an alien and travel to an underground Antarctic Nazi base.
The cool glasses that Craig wears during interviews. GUNNAR Gaming and Computer Eyewear /Intercept, Amber Tint – Patented Lens, Reduce Digital Eye Strain, Block 65% of Harmful Blue Light https://amzn.to/2OvqmbU
“In the adventure known as life, there are some that live it vicariously and enjoy the ride from the safety of an armchair, and that’s good. There are those who have a few chances to realize incredible and life changing experiences and though they don’t repeat them they carry with them a growth in personal philosophy for the rest of their lives. And there are those for whome a taste is never enough. For whome the lust for adventure is nearly insatiable. And if you add to that the overwhelming desire to create, and to share, then you get where I reside. For the end of one adventure, only signifies the beginning of another” ~ Les Stroud
Papua New Guinea episode where “In the adventure known as life” quote comes from.