The How to Survive the End of the World series continues it's focus on bees with an interview with Andrew Gough, writer and enthusiast of esoterica at the Twickenham bee Apiary.
Andrew discusses the decline of the honey bee, which is being brought about by pesticides that facilitate colony collapse disorder. And as Einstein once said, 'When the bees start to die, man will die four years later'.
Our post-apocalyptic new series How To Survive The End Of The World kicks off with author Daniel Pinchbeck. The man behind 'Breaking Open The Head: A Psychedelic Journey Into the Heart of Contemporary Shamanism' and '2012: The Return of Quetzacoatl'.
Pinchbeck talks about how his experience of a spiritual crisis forced him to abandon his nihilistic worldview in search of a higher and more expansive consciousness. Psychedelic experiences combined with study of shamanism around the world have convinced Pinchbeck that psychic experiences do occur, and have allowed him to distance himself from the 'ego'.
Our How To Survive The End of World series continues its talk with the author and purveyor of a new paradigm for a planetary culture, Daniel Pinchbeck.
Pinchbeck talks about 'a critical decision window for humanity as a species' and how this coincides with 2012, a year the ancient Mayan civilization believes symbolizes a transition from one world age to the next. He continues to discuss the psychic phenomena or psychic energy and explains that 2012 may represent a transition from a physical, more biological phase to a more conscious, psychic phase of human evolution.