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Posted 28 October 2012 - 03:23 AM

Dr Richard Alan Miller : Insider Scientist re-emerges

 

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Fascinating Interview with Project Camelot is likely trigger more exposure for Dr.RAM / LINK


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Richard Alan Miller -- Physicist, Princeton, MIT, Emeritus Professor (allegedly : see background, in post#9 below)
-- SEAL Trainer, Explorer of State of Consciousness, X-Files contributor, Herb Farmer.

Discussions included (..but too many to itemise!):
Monsanto (DuPont) is part of the military industrial complex - GMO food is a bio weapon; Consciousness Studies; His development of protocols for Navy SEALS to bypass conscious state; Personal Development using the same techniques; Bio Feedback; Military use of microwaves as bio weapons in Iraq and Afghanistan - Frey Effect (see link below); Alphas (TV), Blue Sky Research in the 1970s; Alternate Universes; Holographic Universe; Plutonium main bio hazard to the planet; Water on Mars; Fractal Maths; Commando Solo. Rick worked (and has a handler) for Naval Intelligence.

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I discovered him about a year earlier, and carried some podcasts on my HERB thread

 

Some say that Dr Miller and his ex-wife Iona are the real life versions, and the inspiration of Fox Mulder and Dana Scully of the X-files.

( see also post #50 ) Dr.RAM got out of Black Ops, and became "a dirt farmer", when he realised that his work was being weaponised.

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Physicist and author : Dr. Richard Alan Miller. / Bio : born 1944, Everett WA, etc

RICHARD ALAN MILLER, PhD is a physicist, herbalist, horticulturalist, bestselling author of 7 books, and former special skills trainer for the US Navy Seals. Miller began his military work as an original black ops team-member in the “X-Files” world of Navy Intel (Seal Corp. and then MRU) in the late 60s, and now has amazing experiences and conclusions to share. Miller is the author of numerous foundational papers, including “A Holographic Concept of Reality” and “Embryonic Holography.” His books include Power Tools for the 21st Century, The Non-Local Mind, in a Holographic Universe and others.
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 - primary website : www.richardalanmiller.com
 - His book titles--- : www.oak-publishing.com

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 03:23 AM


Broadcast Date 10/03/2012
Dr. Richard Alan Miller who is a former Navy Seal discussed how to use your psychic potential to make a person a superman or woman. He was joined by psychic Tammy Marsh who chimned in as my guest co-host.www.freedomslips.com

Some Interesting Comments
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+ Carrington Event : There was a Close Encounter at that time, and humanity was split into two groups

+ Mars : Water has been found. "Mars has more water than Earth... they revealed last week."
Mars could be part of the solution if Fukishima continues to meltdown. Japan will no longer exist as a country in our lifetimes
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Posted 28 October 2012 - 03:26 AM

Lorien Fenton with Mary Electra / Dr Rick Miller

 

Lorien Fenton -- Mary Electra/Dr Richard Alan Miller -- 21 Oct 2012

Revolution Radio/Freedomslips.com -- Lorien Fenton interviews Mary Electra, an advanced sound healer - and Dr Richard Alan Miller, who shares with us his scientific research into resonant frequencies. Edited -- focus on main interviews..

http://www.maryelectra.com/home.html
http://alchemyinacti...edjourneys.com/
http://www.richardalanmiller.com/ram/


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Posted 28 October 2012 - 08:16 AM

Something Dr RAM said, in the second video got me to do a search, and I found this:

A follower of Aleister Crowley's teachings - Richard Alan Miller

richardalanmiller.com/blog/?p=764 - Cached
10 Jun 2012 – One Response to “A follower of Aleister Crowley's teachings”. vonSeewald Says: June 11th, 2012 at 1:50 am. A good new video clip, quite ...

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http://richardalanmi...com/blog/?p=764

If you read it, Miller is not necessarily a follower, but he is well aware of Crowley's material.

About religion, Miller says (in the video): "I am a Quaker, believe it or not."


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Posted 28 October 2012 - 12:55 PM

Dr. Richard Alan Miller Your World and Consciousness
/ Video- Removed /
/see: http://www.richardal...=132&Itemid=158

Related? ( link )


/ The Hologram Universe /

And this? ( link )

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 07:09 PM

Just had a (admittedly quick) look for this guy on Wikipedia.

Very strange, especially for an MIT (or ex MIT) scientist that writes books etc, but couldn't find him.

Can you find me the link please?
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Posted 28 October 2012 - 11:36 PM

He's been out of the spotlight, growing Herbs (cordyceps etc) for many years

 

He has only recently re-emerged to share his knowledge beyond the herbal world,

and it seems to be extensive : on Physics and even some areas of Black Ops.


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Posted 28 October 2012 - 11:55 PM

Just had a (admittedly quick) look for this guy on Wikipedia.

Very strange, especially for an MIT (or ex MIT) scientist that writes books etc, but couldn't find him.

Can you find me the link please?


Google him. Should go without saying but he's a bit of a nutter/fantasist.

I don't know where people are getting that he has a PhD or went to Princeton, etc... seems to directly contradict what he says in the bio section of his website. According to that he only did a physics undergrad at the University of Washington, but I'm not so sure about even that given his basic failings at simple maths/physics.

I highly recommend his first "published" article: The Holographic Concept of Reality - it has big words in it so it must be science, right? (I must be too thick to grasp its brilliance as it reads like pseudo-scientific claptrap to me)

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Posted 29 October 2012 - 12:03 AM

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EXCERPT: (from his own website's Bio-section )

Richard Alan Miller has been at the forefront of many fields during his long and varied career. A solid-state physicist with graduate work at MIT, Miller was involved in groundbreaking work for cloaked agencies in the late '60s and '70s. A colleague of Dr. Stanley Krippner, Miller co-authored in 1973 the paper, The Holographic Concept of Reality - a document whose implications for psychoenergetic systems are only now beginning to be realized.

Like so many of the idealists of his era, Miller became quickly disillusioned with the severe ethical compromises forced on him by what he recognized as corporate manipulation. After a brief stint as an engineer at Boeing, Miller left the corporate world in disgust and entered the more spiritually satisfying world of the occult. He opened Beltane Books in Seattle and swiftly became " the Herman Slater of the West Coast." At this time he penned several works including his classic " The Magical and Ritual Use of Herbs."

Miller also co-authored, with his wife Iona, THE MODERN ALCHEMIST, hailed by Stanley Krippner as the most "illuminating" study of Alchemy since Carl Jung. Before its publication, Miller had used an electronic form of the book as teaching material for his on-line course in Metaphysics, taught on America Online.

Richard was born in Everett, WA into a lower middle-class family, his Mother being a famous psychic, and his Father (retired Navy) working for Boeing in the field of electronics. Both his Junior and Senior High School Science Fair projects (1961-2) were used on the Mariner I (1964) fly-by to discover water on Mars. From then on, he was a top “draft pick” for Navy Intel.

His writings reveal a wealth and depth of knowledge and experience in three major fields; Alternative Agriculture, New Age Physics, and Metaphysics. Before many leading edge concepts became trendy topics, Miller was (and is) in the international front lines of research, experimentation and documentation.

Miller began working in the "X-Files" world of Navy Intel (Seal Corp. and then MRU) in the late 60s, and now has amazing experiences and conclusions to share. As an original black ops team-member, Miller's research in the field of paranormal began as a graduate physicist working 10 years with Navy Intel/(Anesthesiology.) During this period numerous foundational papers, including "A Holographic Concept of Reality" and "Embryonic Holography" were written.
== UNQUOTE ===

The fact that his mother was a famous psychic, may explain the origin of some of the "woo-woo elements".
For those here who were not adults (or at least teenagers) in the 1960's, you may not understand the creativity that existed at that time.

I think I recall him saying somewhere that he has taught at Princeton, but it does not show up on his list of teaching experiences,
so it may have been a one-off seminar or something... or possibly a top secret program.

"A solid-state physicist with graduate work at MIT" - that is something different from having an MIT degree
And suggests that he may not have spent many years there


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Posted 29 October 2012 - 08:38 AM

Google him. Should go without saying but he's a bit of a nutter/fantasist.


Yep, tried that. Not a thing re wikipedia.

I think that's the first time I've ever had a non-result for an MIT scientist :rolleyes:


He's been out of the spotlight, growing smoking Herbs (cordyceps etc) for many years


Corrected :D
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Posted 29 October 2012 - 10:10 AM

???
You don't SMOKE Cordyceps !

But it does increase oxygen uptake, and helps performance in sports, apparently



Dr RAM makes some big claims for it.
I tried the garden-variety stuff here in HK, without any magic results


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Posted 29 October 2012 - 10:17 AM


???
You don't SMOKE Cordyceps !

 

:lol: sorry, I was teasing. In some less salubrious parts of the UK, "herbs" is another name for cannabis.

 


RAM makes some big claims for it.
I tried the garden-variety stuff here in HK, without any magic results

 

Garden variety "herbs" :rolleyes: Like this?

http://www.google.co...Q9QEwBQ&dur=815

After a quick bit of research, it seems Miller met some hippy bird many years back, they got stoned, they got married, dropped out and went off on the magical mystery tour.

Fairplay to them. :D

One of my old colleagues did similar. Very promising young scientist, decided to go and start a holistic retreat in France. Did very well too, last I heard.


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Posted 29 October 2012 - 02:01 PM

Yes.
There's "some about the Sixties" around him - a touch of Tim Leary perhaps

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6jmGSS955g

Timothy Leary ... who at a later stage in his life came to look like Ron Paul*
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Leary was first introduced to LSD in the early sixties, and was very impressed with its effects. He shifted the focus of his research to LSD, but came under increasing fire from his fellow Harvard academics. Also, many of Leary's colleagues had CIA connections, and the CIA wanted to keep their LSD research programs secret. They didn't like that Leary was conducting similar research out in the open.
By 1963, Leary's formal academic career was over, as both he and Alpert were fired from Harvard, the first time that Harvard faculty had been dismissed in the 20th century. Leary went on to lead an extraordinary life, including time spent as a convict, a fugitive, a lecturer, publicly debating Gordon Liddy, as well as writing dozens of books with his ideas and research on psychedelic drugs, virtual reality, neurological circuitry, evolution, and other topics.
These eight scientists are merely a representative sample of the many brilliant individuals who have been inspired and creatively challenged by the effects of potent mind-expanding substances. We'll be presenting further examples of how our modern world has been shaped by the visions of stoned geniuses in a future issue of Cannabis Culture.

Stoned Scientists : http://www.cannabisc...icles/2783.html

*I am not the first person to notice the similarity of facial features

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The only thing more amazing than the striking facial similarities of Ron Paul and Timothy Leary is the fact that Leary actually threw a fundraiser for Paul when he ran for president in 1988. XD

/source: http://www.tumblr.co...fore=1336146067
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Posted 29 October 2012 - 05:21 PM

The only thing more amazing than the striking facial similarities of Ron Paul and Timothy Leary is the fact that Leary actually threw a fundraiser for Paul when he ran for president in 1988. XD

/source: http://www.tumblr.co...fore=1336146067


Wow, he looks a bit like our very own diehard "Red in the Bed" Tony Wedgewood Ben as well :D

http://www.google.co...iw=1234&bih=851

Well, on several pics.
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Posted 31 October 2012 - 07:13 PM

Another interview

Richard Alan Miller, SEAL Super Soldiers, Fukushima And The End Of Japan? 29 Oct 2012 3 of 3

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Posted 01 November 2012 - 02:28 AM


Another interview
Richard Alan Miller, SEAL Super Soldiers, Fukushima And The End Of Japan? 29 Oct 2012 3 of 3

Another interesting interview from "Dr Rick 'Spooky' Miller", as Vinnie said he was called by the seals.

Here's the MP3 version : xx

RAM to Vinnie : "During your lifetime, Japan will disappear as a country."
"Japan bought two islands from Russia... (perhaps he meant China?)
But I don't know how they will evacuate 41 Million people."

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WHAT ISLANDS WERE THOSE ??

(1)
Russia lures foreign investment to disputed Northern Territories

October 12, 2012 .. By DAISUKE NISHIMURA/ Correspondent

VLADIVOSTOK, Russia—The Russian leadership is increasingly trying to attract foreign companies to Etorofu, one of four islands that Russia seized from Japan in the closing days of World War II.
Japan calls the islands the Northern Territories; Russia calls them the Southern Kurils. They lie off Hokkaido, northern Japan.
On Oct. 11, Russia’s Novosti state news agency reported that Aleksandr Khoroshavin, governor of the Sakhalin region, had visited the island the previous day.
It said Khoroshavin toured a construction site operated by a South Korean firm, the first foreign business to work on the island's development.
"I think foreign investors will come for other projects too," the news agency quoted the governor as saying.
One such plan involves the construction of a large sports center on the island.
===
/more: http://ajw.asahi.com.../AJ201210120079

(2)
Boosting Japan's cybersecurity

By MIHOKO MATSUBARA .. Special to The Japan Times

Tensions between Japan and China are mounting following the Noda government's decision to buy and nationalize the Senkaku Islands, and the repercussions have spilled over into cyberspace. Japan must urgently address its cybersecurity vulnerabilities and prepare for cyberthreats.

Vandalism in cyberspace quickly followed the Japanese government's announcement. China's largest "hacktivist" group, the Honker Union of China, denounced Tokyo's nationalization of the Senkaku Islands, calling it a declaration of war, and listed more than 100 Japanese entities as targets of a malicious campaign. For two weeks, Japanese central and local governments, banks, universities and companies experienced cyber vandalism, including the defacing of websites and distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks.
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/more: http://www.japantime...20121026a1.html


(3)
The world's silliest territorial dispute

Why are China and Japan threatening to go to war over a few uninhabited islands in the East China Sea?

To whom did they first belong?
China says it has records from the Ming Dynasty in the 1300s that refer to the islands as part of its maritime territory. Chinese fishermen used the islands as a fishing platform for centuries, the government claims, before they were ceded to Japan along with Taiwan in 1895 in the wake of the Sino-Japanese War. After World War II, a defeated Japan renounced its claim to Taiwan under the terms of the 1951 Treaty of San Francisco; China, which was not represented in those negotiations, says the disputed islands should have been included in that renunciation. For its part, Japan says that after surveying the islands in 1895, it incorporated them into Okinawa Prefecture and put down a marker to make it official. For several decades the Japanese operated a small factory on one of the islands, making dried fish flakes, and up to 200 people lived there. The U.S. held the islands under a trusteeship after World War II, but in 1972 they were returned to Japan.

Why has this flared up now?
Largely because of Shintaro Ishihara, the nationalist governor of Tokyo. Early this year, he announced that he would buy three of the islands from their private Japanese owner because he felt their sovereignty wasn't being adequately defended. That compelled first Chinese nationalists, and then Japanese nationalists, to make pilgrimages to the rocks to film themselves waving their respective flags, stirring up patriotic sentiment back home. Last month, the Japanese government bought the three islands and nationalized them — ostensibly to prevent them from falling into the hands of radicals. But even assuming that rationale was sincere, the timing was especially poor, coming just a week before the anniversary of one of the darkest episodes in the two countries' history — Japan's 1931 invasion of Manchuria.

How did China react?
Chinese nationalists viewed the purchase as an outrageous land grab and a deliberate provocation. They turned the events marking the anniversary of the invasion into a week of anti-Japanese rioting across China.

/more: http://theweek.com/a...itorial-dispute
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Posted 01 November 2012 - 02:54 AM


Yes.
There's "some about the Sixties" around him - a touch of Tim Leary perhaps

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Dr RAM:
"I took my first hit of LSD with Timothy Leary back in 1964."
"They wanted to give it to a genius and see what was happen. I was selected."


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Posted 29 November 2012 - 01:20 AM



Richard Alan Miller has a background working in black projects above top secret. He has recently come forward in a more public way to talk about his experiences and has several new books he has recently published focusing on alchemy, psychic development and much more. He is a master magician, known in Illuminati circles and occult lodges but one with a true heart.

Kerry Cassidy, Project Camelot : http://projectcamelot.tv : http://projectcamelot.org

Richard Alan Miller: Physicist, Bio Physicist, Herbalist - Born : 1944

Author & researcher Richard Alan Miller reveals a wealth and depth of knowledge and experience in Alternative Agriculture, New Age Physics, and Metaphysics. Miller began working in the "X-Files" world in the 60s and has amazing experiences and conclusions to share.

An original team-member, "man-in-black," Miller's research in the field of Parapsychology & Paraphysics began as a graduate physicist working 11 years with Navy Intel.

Offering fresh perspectives on Metaphysical traditions his books, papers & articles include The Modern Alchemist; ESP Induction Through Forms of Self-Hypnosis, and "A Holographic Concept of Reality."

Richard Alan Miller has been at the forefront of many fields during his long and varied career. A solid-state physicist with graduate work at MIT, Miller was involved in groundbreaking work for cloaked agencies in the late '60s and '70s. A colleague of Dr. Stanley Krippner, Miller co-authored in 1973 the paper, The Holographic Concept of Reality - a document whose implications for psychoenergetic systems are only now beginning to be realized.

He is a Swiss mason and also belongs to O.T.O., A:.A:., and several other German Blue Lodges. He has been initiated into a number of pagan cults, including Church of All World (1974-) and Coven Camelot, Star of the North (1973-). Miller is listed in Who's Who in the World, America, and the West, and now writes for Nexus magazine.

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Posted 01 February 2013 - 10:34 PM


Richard Alan Miller, Ph.D. on VERITAS | ESP, Alternative 3, Time Travel, & Stargates

Published on Jan 29, 2013
This is Segment 1 of 3 (3-hour interview). Segment 1 is being provided as a courtesy of VERITAS Radio.

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Posted 09 July 2013 - 12:45 AM

Fascinating information here - too much to summarise quickly



One big tip: Watch what you eat - some food is designed to be toxic,
and things like GMO wheat can trigger obesity, if eaten in combination with other foods

You may not like the conspiratorial aspects, but Miller is a very smart fellow who worked inside the government, and then left because he did not like what he was being asked to do. He went on to become a herb farmer, and wrote the classic book on this subject.

He knows more about food and herbs than almost anyone, so I suggest listening to this
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