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New Water Potentisation Device in Action

Posted in Uncategorized on July 10, 2017 by Michael Theroux


1999 Interview with Art Bell

Posted in Uncategorized on January 8, 2017 by Michael Theroux

Art Bell – Somewhere in Time returns to 1/6/1999 when Michael Theroux from Borderland Sciences Research Foundation addressed the idea that plants have real consciousness and we need to rethink our relationships with them. Full 5 hour show.

Michael Theroux on Art Bell – Y2k and More.


Posted in Uncategorized on November 28, 2016 by Michael Theroux

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Excerpt from my forthcoming book, “Meetings with Remarkable Kooks”

Posted in Uncategorized on December 26, 2015 by Michael Theroux

If I had to choose a personal guru, or spiritual leader, it would have been Gurdjieff. He sold cheap rugs from the Far East to the bourgeoisie, and his penchant for forcing his vices on his loyal pupils is well documented. Initiation at its finest. Gurdjieff inspired a deep support and allegiance in his pupils – so much so that at several of his disciples’ gatherings he would have them smoking cigars, slamming vodka, and chowing on beef sticks. Gurdjieff presents this as his brand of awakening – the spiritual worth of clouding up the threshold between pure allegory and unexaggerated facts. Gurdjieff very simply took his worshipful neophytes on a journey straight into the abyss from whence they came. How they emerged on the other end of the beef stick was theirs alone to craft.”


Michael Theroux on Sightings – Plant Consciousness

Posted in Uncategorized on October 29, 2015 by Michael Theroux

Interview with the hosts of Pentamental

Posted in Uncategorized on August 14, 2015 by Michael Theroux

This is a recent interview I did with the hosts of the show “Pentamental.” Excellent interviewers! I had a great time.

An Interview on Music with M. Illness (M. Theroux)

Posted in Uncategorized on January 27, 2015 by Michael Theroux

Here’s an interview I did 10 years ago on the latest “M. Illness Project” in San Francisco, after the release of the album, Drumstick Jacket Outcry.

The Music of M. Illness


An Interview with M. Illness (Michael Theroux)
by Scott Doty and Cornelius Mellet
Copyright ©2005 All Rights Reserved

MI = M. Illness
SD = Scott Doty
CM = Cornelius Mellet


CM: Are the lyrical word games on In The Belly of a Whale indicative of a feeling that music matters more than words?

MI: The “word games”, or any lyric for that matter, should be an integral part of the music…I sure as hell don’t expect anyone to understand what my word arrangements mean, so for my purposes, they better sound like just another instrument.


CM: Why form words at all, then?

MI: Ask Joyce.


CM: So it’s the relationship of the sound the words make in the context of whatever you’re going for at the time? I believe it was the same with Joyce, too.

MI: That’s how it turned out – it wasn’t conceived that way – but there’s also a subject to each story, and meaning in every line – although, it may be difficult for just anyone to extract. So, yes, the contrapuntal jiu-jitsu the words impart when spoken seems more important than whether or not they’re understood by anyone.


SD: When did you first start playing the guitar and the keyboard?

MI: I really first started “playing” them last year. Well, I’ve been hammering on boxes with strings for over 20 years, but it really wasn’t until last year that I finally figured it all out.

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