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Unread post by Caterpillar » Sat May 02, 2009 1:50 pm

Hello Sad Grandfather

Thanks for your post. I don't mind talking to myself sometimes ... as long as it's not to a 35,000 year old entity or the wind. :shock:

Yes, you are a 'bad' influence to your Grandson from his perspective. My closest RSE friend is not talking to me as she did not want me to 'contaminate' her. From RSE teachings, a student does not want to be 'frequency specific' to EMF. It means that the student is creating doubt in the quantum field and will not manifest the incredible. These were my thoughts when I was a 'glazed eyed' fanatical student although I dared to venture into EMFLand. Total quantum B***S***.

Just a bit of background if you are sending this to your Grandson. My husband has an interest in Physics and has studied two years of Physics at college. I also have a science background at college although not majoring in Physics. We often attend public lectures on Physics at the local college. We have attended lectures by these world renowned physicists (eg Roger Penrose, James Gates, Paul Davies etc) when they have visited the college. These are 'real' scientists and their books are NOT recommended readings from RSE. They are NOT the scientists that participated in "What The Bleep". RSE only recommends books by pseudoscientists.

The latest Physics book my husband has bought and read is Quantum Enigma (Physics Encounters Consciousness) by Bruce Rosenblum and Fred Kuttner. He highly recommends this book for your Grandson to read as he is going to study Physics at college. Here's a link to the website:

The above book was advertised in the Scientific American MIND April/May 2008 magazine and SEED Sep/Oct 2008 magazine that we came across.

This book, Quantum Enigma 'coincidentally' (unbeknownst to us) mentions "What the Bleep" and "Ramtha" on Pages 4, 156 & 157 (paperback edition). The authors acknowledge that there is no way to interpret Quantum Physics without encountering consciousness. However, they warn against the slippery slope of a spiritual interpretation and consider the quantum channeling of a 35,000 year old Ramtha as nonsense. Further, they suggest the mystical interpretations by the scientists in the movie "What the Bleep" represent only the tiniest fraction of the physics community. Contrast this view against what we are told by Judith/Ramtha who imply it is the greater part of the physics community that support these interpretations. Ironically, it is Fred Alan Wolf, who in the movie "What the Bleep" mentions that Quantum Physics is subject to a whole range of debatable interpretations. Just pick one that agrees with Judith/Ramtha teachings, and away you go.

Accordingly, you won't find this book on Judith's recommended reading for current victims, oops, i mean students!

By the way, we attended a Quantum Physics lecture by James Gates at our local college. At question time, some armchair physicists asked questions along the lines of what we get taught at RSE. Lets just say you wouldn't ask a second question after his reply.


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Unread post by Robair » Sat May 02, 2009 3:48 pm

Hello Cat
Lets just say you wouldn't ask a second question after his reply.

Be nice now and tell us what was the reply


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Unread post by Sad Grandfather » Sat May 02, 2009 5:29 pm

Thanks, Cat, I ordered the book for myself and will send it on to him when things get settled.

The concept that nothing must be accepted on faith, since it is all "proved" by Science and Quantum seems a little strange when they are "afraid" to carry on a rational discussion. Since my discussion can't possibly shake a "faith", is it maybe shaking their "Science"? :roll:
Down with Judith Hampton Knight!

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RSE's recommended readings

Unread post by Caterpillar » Wed May 06, 2009 4:04 pm

After the post by Joe about Baird Spalding, I?m ?wondering? about the validity of other recommended readings by RSE. Does anyone have information on the validity of these books that form the teachings of RSE? Obviously, Judith copied from them. There are more books but I?m only listing the main ones (excluding Theosophy and Physics because they have already been discussed).

Religion: The Bible Fraud by Tony Bushby
Nine Faces of Christ by Eugene Whitworth
Gnostic gospels
The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ by Nicholas Notovitch
The Story and Wisdom of Apollonius of Tyana by Philip Malpas

Death: Life After Life by Raymond Moody

Biology: The Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton (We had to visualize a part of his talk from his DVD during C & E to create health and wealth)

History: Zecharia Sitchin?s collection
The Hidden History of the Human Race by Michael Cremo and Richard Thompson (condensed edition of Forbidden Archeology)
Fingerprints of the Gods by Graham Hancock
The Gods of Eden by William Bramley

Conspiracy theories: Alien Dawn by Colin Wilson
Lost Continents & the Hollow Earth by David Hatcher Childress & Richard Shaver
The Hunt for Zero Point by Nick Cook

Caterpillar trying to filter out disinformation from RSE

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One more book

Unread post by Caterpillar » Wed May 06, 2009 4:24 pm

There's one more of Judith's favorite books:

The Unseen Hand - An Introduction to the Conspiratorial View of History by A. Ralph Epperson

Any truth in this?

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Past recommended readings

Unread post by Caterpillar » Tue May 26, 2009 3:50 pm

Sad grandfather, am I talking to myself again?

After learning from Joe S?s talk at LARSE and articles about JZ?s copying her teachings from various sources, I?ve actually found some evidence of this in her old recommended readings and books she sold in 1996.

There is an internet archive website that has RSE?s old websites.*/

From the earliest website Dec 1996, students from that era might remember these books. ... cts/books/

Rare Alchemy & Philosophy Books ... chemy.html

History and Conspiracy Books ... nspir.html

Hermetic/Cabbalistic/Rosicrucian Books ... metic.html

It?s interesting to see the types of books that Judith was reading that form the teachings of RSE. By the time I joined RSE, most of these books were no longer sold at RSE. I was not aware of RSE?s connection to Hermetic/Rosicrucian teachings. The focus now is ?quantum physics?.

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