Funny…. Stew has a blog on the  Huffington post..and at least 100% of Expansions “news” is pulled off of the Huffington Post.

Arriana says the Huffington Post does not accept conspiracy theories….at about a minute into the video

Which would explain why Stewart dilutes the info on his Huffington Post blog….


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  1. The way the business is set up…you can’t be ‘mainstream-successful’ unless the dark n’ powerful allow it… and she’s mainstream successful.


  2. Lolz…here is Stews “rebuttal”

    Stewart A. Swerdlow and Janet Diane Mourglia-Swerdlow reunite to bring you news of the strange, twisted and extreme, all brought to you by “respectable” mainstream media:



  3. This may seem off topic but is actually very on-topic. Stewart and the rest of them promote vague ideas that usually fall more into the “feeling” realm than the “thinking” realm; even though they may claim that it is “thoughtful” facts that they are talking about. The reason they use this tactic is very easy to understand: people like the comfort of being told by an authority figure (even a self-proclaimed one) what to do or think and are usually too lazy to fact check the source. Here is a great example:

    Example: most people would agree with Stewart’s claim (in that blog) that humans only use 10% of their brains because they are sure they heard it somewhere before, and most likely it came from Einstein. Even though this assertion has never been proven, people are so willing to regurgitate it that it becomes almost silly. It’s actually maddening. Here’s an excerpt from Scientific American on the same subject:

    “Though an alluring idea, the “10 percent myth” is so wrong it is almost laughable, says neurologist Barry Gordon at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore. Although there’s no definitive culprit to pin the blame on for starting this legend, the notion has been linked to the American psychologist and author William James, who argued in The Energies of Men that “We are making use of only a small part of our possible mental and physical resources.” It’s also been associated with to Albert Einstein, who supposedly used it to explain his cosmic towering intellect.
    The myth’s durability, Gordon says, stems from people’s conceptions about their own brains: they see their own shortcomings as evidence of the existence of untapped gray matter. This is a false assumption. What is correct, however, is that at certain moments in anyone’s life, such as when we are simply at rest and thinking, we may be using only 10 percent of our brains.
    “It turns out though, that we use virtually every part of the brain and that [most of] the brain is active almost all the time,” Gordon adds. “Let’s put it this way: the brain represents three percent of the body’s weight and uses 20 percent of the body’s energy.”

    Read it again, please. And then go look up everything you can on all of these asshole’s claims about everything.

    The truth is not hidden. It is there, and it’s not that you can’t see it, you can. You just have to have the nuts to look at everything “unknown” and be able to honestly say “I don’t know”. No assumptions, no emotions, just “I don’t know”. Be open to ALL possibilities and yet comfortably unsure of their merit, until, at such time that you can prove them to be meritorious. It isn’t easy and it isn’t some Buddhist removing of attachments, it’s training your mind to be active at all times and to resist the predilection to accept half-true emotional here-say as “fact”.
    With this there is no Dugpa that is undefeatable or even worthy of your time.


    • It quite certainly is a lot of wishful thinking-Utopia that people like The Swerdlows sell. Utopia, ‘cuz no-one and nothing seems to be the living or proven example of such theories.

      You would think that Stewie and Jannie should be capable of almost anyhting by now, since they use their brain to a much larger capacity and have opened up a much larger proportion of their (formerly closed off) DNA, in comparison with the average earthdweller.
      However, I cannot name signs that would indicate that they truly are the living examples of the theories and methods they preach, and sell for substantial prices.
      You could suppose that they have removed their “financial blocks” with their ‘techniques’, but I think that a deal with the devil would be a more credible cause for their current financial situation.
      I honestly don’t believe that they truly believe that e.g. visualizing the “pot of gold” on the pineal gland, would create any financial wealth. lol

      They are incredible materialistic anyway, especially Janet, who seems to whip around Stewie.


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