Gregg Braden Debunked

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Gregg Braden Debunked (1 of 15) INTRO
Notes for this video:
The 2012 Deception Presentation- (1 of 6)
How 2012 “Enlightenment” Will Lead To Genocide (1 of 3)

Gregg Braden Debunked (2 of 15) The Schumann Resonances
Notes for this video:

Gregg Braden Debunked (3 of 15) Pole Shift
The Earth’s magnetic field reverses at intervals, ranging from tens of thousands to hundreds of
thousands of years. It is believed that this last occurred some 600,000 years ago (Comins – DEU p.84).
The overall geomagnetic field is becoming weaker at a rate which will cause the field to disappear by about 4000 AD.1 Other sources have put the date of field collapse as early as 3000 AD.

Gregg Braden Debunked (4 of 15) The Earth Stops Rotating

Gregg Braden Debunked (5 of 15) The Photon Belt

Gregg Braden Debunked (6 of 15) The Sun’s Magnetic Field…92..221B

Gregg Braden Debunked (7 of 15) Quantum Physics , Entaglement, Bell’s inequality EPR Paradox
A commonly debated use of the term refers to quantum mechanics, where, if the outcome of an event has not been observed, it exists in a state of ‘superposition’, which is akin to being in all possible states at once. In the famous thought experiment known as Schrödinger’s cat the cat is supposedly neither alive nor dead until observed. However, most quantum physicists, in resolving Schrödinger’s seeming paradox, now understand that the acts of ‘observation’ and ‘measurement’ must also be defined in quantum terms before the question makes sense.
That is that the reason science must come up with a third possibility namely that the cat is neither alive or dead is because they cant mathematically detailed. And they like to be able to explain things mathematically..

Gregg Braden Debunked (8 of 15) Fraudulent Footnotes

Gregg Braden Debunked (9 of 15) The Great Red Spot…1…87X

Gregg Braden Debunked (10 of 15) The Maharishi Effect

Gregg Braden Debunked (11 of 15) The God Code

Gregg Braden Debunked (12 of 15) Messages from Water

Gregg Braden Debunked (13 of 15) The Global Consciousness Project

Gregg Braden Debunked (14 of 15) The Council of Nicaea

Gregg Braden Debunked (15 of 15) Jesus and Conclusion

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15 Responses to Gregg Braden Debunked

  1. Pingback: Gregg Braden Debunked | Illuminati Conspiracy Archive Blog

  2. Robert says:

    Hey, just wanted to say thanks for taking the time to put this video together.

  3. Robert says:

    Also, your video download link is broken.

  4. skeptic says:

    it’s good research to debunk people on facts and analysis. but people with a perspective that says the bible is infallible or that interpreting Jesus a certain way is an insult are just as skewed and of worthless opinion as the people they are, in this case, opposite. both sides are equally diluted. you can’t prove any of it. it’s all surely interesting, but hogwash in the end. i get the idea from your videos that you’re close to what i would call a fundamentalist. maybe you wouldn’t exactly label yourself that way but you are a follower of that religion/book, right? (Christian/Bible respectively). i think we need debunking everywhere. why not start with some of the stuff that the Church did and juxtapose that with some of the basic tenets of so called Christianity. you can’t just debunk those with differing or radically opposed opinions/beliefs and not apply the same method to yourself. you know? anyway, thanks for the research. i enjoyed watching.

  5. Manu says:

    regarding the photonbelt: he refers to the 26.000 year cycle of the solarsystem around alcyone, centre of the pleiades of which we are supposedly part of. Not around the galactic centre, which would take around 250 million years, as you also know. In the tsarion debunkumentary, you clearly know that the photonbelt (if it indeed exists) only regards our revolving around alcyone. I don’t understand why you now all of the sudden use the argument that Braden claims a 26.000 year revolution around the galaxy (which he doesn’t) to proove the impossibility of this entering. In my view, these are two different things. I don’t agree with everything you say, but in overall your work certainly is food for thought and even eyeopening for a 2012er like me (for over a decade now). Even wrote and published a book about the ‘upcomming world ascension’ some years ago. I still don’t know what to make of all this and it’s all very disoriëntating, but thanks. I guess.

  6. admin says:

    Thanks for the reply, I think I understand where the confusion is.
    Its that because he mentions the solars system’s motion and the only known cycle that he can be referring to is the solar systems motion around the galactic center. There is no other “traveling” the solar system is doing. I suppose you could say the up and down motion as a sub-part of the same cycle, but even then that cycle is 30 million years and has nothing to do with it. So Braden is either talking about the 250 million year cycle or another cycle that no one else knows about and he fails to define.

  7. Ken says:

    Your conjecture of orbital resonance between the earth and Mars is not based on any scientific evidence. It is an attempt to make the biblical year of 360 days, and the changing of several calendars, fit into a presupposed (christian) worldview. Gulliver’s travels does NOT give an accurate representation of the moons of Mars (good explanation here: There is no evidence for your conjecture whatsoever and in fact no physical hypothesis that could explain overlapping orbits of the Earth and Mars, that would result in present day orbits. Pretty good work up to this point – but your predisposed world view gets in your way occasionally. (Sleep paralysis from demons… WTF??)

  8. Preston Loma says:

    Hi, I apologize for inquiring this query here, but I couldn’t find a contact form or something so I felt like I leave my question here. I run a blogengine blog but I am getting increased amounts of spam. I see u use wordpress, is it undemanding to regulate spam with wordpress or doesn’t it make any difference? I hope you will respond to my comment or maybe send me an email with your answer if you don’t want to approve the comment. Best regards, Annie

  9. admin says:

    Each comment has to be approved or rejected…it shows up in my inbox. If you are getting a ton of comments it would be time consuming but still possibly worth it.

  10. Dawn says:

    Hi there,
    I watched all of this series on debunking the teachings of Gregg Braden. I am very grateful for the notations, the science, and the care you have taken to explain some notions that are not well understood to most of us.

    I wanted to note but one small thing. The mention of DMT during the series (when talking about Terence McKenna). DMT, or N-Dimethyltryptamine is actually a naturally occurring neurotransmitter within is present within people. Perhaps this is something you knew already – I just felt it was quite important to mention it.

    Thank you for your presentation.


  11. mmm says:

    Good debunking. One error you made was that Jesus was killed for blasphemy. The act that he was convicted for by Rome was sedetion and even this was considered to be over the top by the Romans since the people they ruled over came up with new “messiahs” all the time. In simplest terms, the reality was an act of appeasement to quell the possibility of rioting.

  12. Nilah says:

    Thank you very much for the information on Braden. I too am open minded and an EFT Matrix Reimprinting practitioner. I saw Braden’s name in some literature and on a hunch decided to investigate Braden’s claims further. So much for having ‘good intentions’. He knows very well that his claims are not based on science and feeds of mass ignorance to propagate fear and (drum roll) how HE can help humanity avoid the catastrophe. This is nothing short of having a Messianic complex! Happy to share and debunk any hoax prophets. Thanks again.

  13. Trev says:

    I well thought out response to many rather imaginative claims from Braden. I don’t think the author is fundamentalist in any way.
    The science is the killer here- though I haven’t pursued the links expanding this. GB does seem flaky in his original article, that’s clear.
    The word ‘conflation’ sticks mainly in my mind!
    The ending of this appraisal does seem abrupt and rather opinionated- in claiming tho know what JC intended, or not, in his mission.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Idiotic info.Research more on it.Another thing Romans changed the Bible and took most of what Jesus said out.The Romans killed Jesus not the Jews.Romans loved to torture people.Catholics worship statues.

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