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WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?
3 November 2012
Sharing insightful personal experiences and stunning photographs from near and far, Keith Harmon Snow explores a few pressing questions about consciousness, life purpose and the personal and societal changes that are required from all of us in service to building a better world. A former aerospace & defense professional who later worked as a genocide investigator for the United Nations, Keith is a local small farmer originally from Williamsburg, Massachusetts, USA, a war correspondent and photographer. He is the 2009 Regent’s Lecturer in Law and Society at the University of California Santa Barbara. He has worked or traveled in 50 countries, he is persona non grata in Rwanda, Uganda, Ethiopia and the DR Congo, and he is also banned (for life) from Hampshire, Smith and Mt. Holyoke Colleges in Western Massachusetts (for mildly challenging Smith College English teacher Eric Reeves—an establishment propagandist and intelligence cult insider—after the conclusion of Reeve’s imperialist talk about Sudan). A facilitator of consciousness workshops, he is also a Grof-certified facilitator of Holotropic Breathwork. He describes himself as “… a spiritual seeker learning to breathe and feel fine while preparing for the end of the world as we know it.”
NOTE 1: Add 3,107 views to the TED-X count as the video was swapped out after additional post-production.
NOTE 2: Following the above description about the speaker and his talk, there is a paragraph about TED-X that concludes: “All videos from the “A Taste of TEDx” conference on 3 November 2012 are at the following YouTube playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=… “
The above statement is false. On 3 November 2012 local western Massachusetts stone mason Jim Vieira presented a TED talk entitled: “Stone Builders, Mounds & the Giants of Ancient America” (17:02). This talk went viral very quickly, and was quickly banned by TED, which has also banned the important talks by Rupert Sheldrake and Graham Hancock.