Flying cars, teleportation and gravity control: it’s on the horizon sooner than we think.

In this visionary fireside interview, Nassim Haramein, Director of Research at the Resonance Science Foundation, reveals how matter, energy and consciousness are all interrelated and just what exactly this means for the future of humanity.

For over 30 years, Nassim has researched the connections between all domains of science and how this relates to our conscious evolution. Nassim, a rare blend of charisma and innovation, breaks down truly mind-blowing phenomena in simple, easily digestible bites that the average person can understand.

Nassim’s discussion will challenge you and entertain you, while making you question everything you thought you knew to be real.

Science fiction is the imagination of consciousness creating its future.

— Nassim Haramein

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • What exactly consciousness is
  • If we can equate consciousness to God
  • How to tap into a higher level of consciousness and self-awareness
  • Whether or not artificial intelligence can define consciousness
  • How we can use plasma to control gravity (this is crazy!)
  • How long until humanity can colonize a distant star
  • The new future emerging from wormholes (you’ll want to hear this)
  • The danger of division in science
  • How we can literally teach our body’s to heal themselves
  • Live Q&A session

We’re all highly organized pieces of the universe where the universal consciousness is expressing itself.

— Nassim Haramein

Ready to learn just what ridiculously, seemingly impossible innovations the future holds? Don’t miss Nassim reveal how a world like the Jetson’s is not too far off when science and consciousness collide.

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