Oxford Fermi Paradox Drake Equation Study is Nonsense

Establishment still saying there’s nothing to see as far as life in our universe. Here’s a video I did over the summer about one particular study that came out of Oxford University in England.

Keep your eyes to the skies, my friends.


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Affirmation for Overcoming The Conditioning

Whew! That felt good! This is the first new affirmation I’ve recorded in more than three years. I’ve mentioned a couple of places that I’m in the process of revitalizing and expanding The Affirmation Spot platform. You’re going to be seeing new content in new venues. One of my areas of focus will be video affirmations.

The video that accompanies the affirmation has a powerful message in its own right. I’d love to hear your comments below.

I hope you will find this affirmation recording useful and empowering when you’re facing the voices and forces of negativity in your life. The affirmation is set to a spacey track that gains power as it progresses. That’s offset by relaxing theta waves. The affirmation is read in the first and second-person for maximum effect.

The Affirmation reads:

  • I am immune to the negative voices and forces in my environment. I stay focused on my dreams.
  • You are immune to the negative forces in your environment. You stay focused on your dreams.


If you’d like to download a copy of the MP3, you can do so here.

Stay inspired, my friends!


Ray Davis is the Founder of The Affirmation Spot and co-founder of 6 Sense Media. He’s been writing, recording, and using affirmations for 30 years. He’s also the author of Anunnaki Awakening. He advocates for the potential of the human race. He’s life-long history buff and holds a B.S. in History Education.

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What If…Two Words That Open Worlds

what_if_man_starsRudyard Kipling (1865 – 1936) was a British author and poet born in colonial Bombay, India – modern-day Mumbai. He was best known for his childrens’ books The Jungle Book  and Rikki-Tikki-Tavi. However, he was quite an accomplished poet. Some criticized him later in life as a proponent of British Imperialism. That said, his writing was accomplished and has been read by generations of children and adults alike.

 “If…” was written in 1910 and is every bit as motivational and true today as the day it was penned. It’s simply timeless. It is one of my absolute favorite poems. Parts of this poem have proliferated greeting cards for many years.

If is a most powerful word. It demands no belief. It defies every dogma and every attempt limit its scope. In two letters, the word If disengages the critical mind and engages the imagination. No less than Albert Einstein stated firmly, “Imagination is more important than knowledge.”

Once that happens, a million impossibilities become real, they become present, and they become possible.

Absorb Kipling’s message and you will be empowered.

By Rudyard Kipling

If you can keep your head when all about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,
If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
But make allowance for their doubting too;

If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,
Or being lied about, don’t deal in lies,
Or being hated, don’t give way to hating,
And yet don’t look too good, nor talk too wise:

If you can dream – and not make dreams your master;
If you can think – and not make thoughts your aim;
If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster
And treat those two impostors just the same;

If you can bear to hear the truth you’ve spoken
Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,
Or watch the things you gave your life to broken,
And stoop and build ’em up with wornout tools:

If you can make one heap of all your winnings
And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss,
And lose, and start again at your beginnings
And never breathe a word about your loss;

If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew
To serve your turn long after they are gone,
And so hold on when there is nothing in you
Except the Will which says to them: ‘Hold on!’

If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,
Or walk with kings – nor lose the common touch,
If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,
If all men count with you, but none too much;

If you can fill the unforgiving minute
With sixty seconds’ worth of distance run –
Yours is the Earth and everything that’s in it,
And – which is more – you’ll be a Man my son!

Stay inspired!

Ray Davis
for 6 Sense Media

Ray Davis is the Founder of The Affirmation Spot and co-founder of 6 Sense Media. He’s been writing, recording, and using affirmations for 30 years. He’s also the author of Anunnaki Awakening. He advocates for the potential of the human race. He’s life-long history buff and holds a B.S. in History Education.

This article first appeared on the TAS blog September 14, 2008.what_if_man_stars

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Stephen Hawking Passes at 76

Today’s Thought

Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.
~Stephen Hawking

hawking_brief_historyI first became aware of Stephen Hawking in a bookstore back in 1988. While searching for the latest Star Trek: The Next Generation novel, I came across an interesting looking book titled A Brief History of Time. I was reading everything I could get my hands on about popular physics at the time and Hawking’s book was among the best I’d read. He was among the first to try to describe what being inside a black hole would be like and, of course, he believed he’d found a mathematical equation for the beginning of the universe that required no care-taker God.

A couple years later he appeared on my favorite TV show – Star Trek: The Next Generation – in a holodeck scene with Data, an actor playing Albert Einstein and an actor playing Isaac Newton. The scene was a humorous one with Data playing poker with his idols. Hawking made the scene by dissing on Einstein, something he did in the real world quite a bit as well.

His intellect was known the world over, as was his famous electronic voice made necessary by his Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS). It certainly is a triumph of the human spirit to achieve all he achieved while battling such a devastating disease.

In recent years, he used his platform to warn about the perils of our modern society, including climate change, artificial intelligence, and the dangers posed to humanity by contact with advanced extraterrestrial civilizations. While I may not have always agreed with his conclusions, the fact that he was saying it always required one to stop and think.

The world has lost a one-of-a-kind. I hope he finds peace back in the place that precedes his quantum singularity.

Ray Davis
for 6 Sense Media

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Hey, my friends, good morning. We have an amazingly beautiful aftermath from yesterday’s blizzard here in Massachusetts. I hope Spring is inching a little closer where you are.

I wanted to share this quick video on this past weekend’s UFO release and media coverage of it. Here is my 6 Sense Media partner, Dennis Nappi II, providing some outstanding analysis. He’ll be doing more of the same on this weekend’s episode of The Seiker Podcast.

We have some momentum happening here. It’s up to those of us in the UFO community or just seekers of truth to keep pushing both the disclosers and the media to kick the door down.

Have a great Wednesday!


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Dammit, Jim, It’s Not Disclosure


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We are coming up on six weeks since the now-famous New York Times UFO article. The debate as to whether this is Disclosure or not rages on in the UFO community and beyond. Like many others, I’ve been back and forth over these weeks. Today I’m coming down firmly in the camp that what we’ve seen to date is not Disclosure.

I want it to be Disclosure. I’d be happy if it was Disclosure. It’s just not. I heard respected UFO researcher, Grant Cameron, call it confirmation in an interview on Portal to Ascension. He said these revelations are meant to grease the skids for bigger revelations. They’re designed to make the topic more acceptable to discuss in polite company. Those are all positive steps, but they’re not Disclosure.

In an interview with Linda Moulton Howe, Stephen Basset of Paradigm Research described what’s happening as the intelligence agencies, realizing that this is about to break, working to position themselves as the good guy in the cover up. He points out that Tom DeLonge and many of those around him have taken an apologist tone for why government agencies have had to hide this from the public for so many years. He suggests we’re witnessing a kind of PR campaign to immunize them from blame.

So why the video from the 1995 film The American President? There’s a wonderful scene between Michael J. Fox and Michael Douglas in which Fox’s character talks about how people are so thirsty for leadership they’ll drink sand. Douglas retorts that they don’t drink sand because they’re desperate. They drink the sand because they don’t know the difference.

Many of us who are passionate and knowledgeable about the UFO/extraterrestrial topic have lived in a kind of proverbial desert much our lives. We’ve dealt with family and friends chiding us for our ideas and we’ve dealt with government and mainstream culture that ridicules, dismisses, and lies about the topic. Many have even taken a kind of stoic view, myself included, that we don’t need Disclosure. We know what we know and who cares if the government acknowledges or not. That’s a form of drinking sand because we’ve gone without water for so long.

When this New York Times article was published and newly minted former intelligence officials came out, shared this video, and did interviews, it was natural to feel we’d finally reached a legitimate oasis. There’s no doubt this was a massive step forward and a very good thing. But, it was not Disclosure.

I’ll admit it. I’ve waffled. I tried to make this Disclosure. I’ve played the “who needs Disclosure” game. The fact is we ALL need true Disclosure and dammit we deserve it.

Let’s define Disclosure. Disclosure is not a cool video and some testimony from a few people that momentarily captures public attention. Disclosure is the end of SITTING government officials being deceptive on this topic. Disclosure is the government acknowledging they’ve been studying this phenomenon, spending massive amounts of our tax dollars on it, and keeping information secret for decades.

Disclosure means turning a corner in human perception and mindset about these things because the facts are so readily apparent they can’t be denied. It means the governments of the world making mainstream science and the people partners in understanding these phenomena and determining the way forward for our species in the face of them.

Anything less than this and we remain in a world of duplicitous deception with a very few people holding the knowledge and deciding our course. That is UNACCEPTABLE.

I’m happy we’re heading down this road, but we need to hold out for what we really want and what we really deserve on this topic. We all have a stake in the outcome and it’s time we start treating the topic with that level of seriousness. Sand? Thanks,, but no thanks.

Ray Davis
for 6 Sense Media

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Book 2 Excerpt: Anunnaki Awakening: Revolution

ethereal_formIn Anunnaki Awakening: Revolution (Book 2), there are a number of new characters and new races involved in Maria’s and Inanna’s quest to free humanity. One of the new characters is an Arcturian named Ullrion (she was named in a contest by a reader Timothy Holm).

The Arcturians are a fifth dimensional race on the verge of crossing into the 6th. Their primary focus is attaining unity with THE ONE and they generally do not materialize in physical form. However, they are pulled into physical form by a comatose passenger aboard Inanna’s ship. We learn they have a deep past with humanity and once served as guardian angels for our species.

Early in the book, Ullrion meets Jack Love and shares more about her species.

“We prefer a matterless state. It removes barriers to THE ONE. Matter is a vehicle for consciousness NOT the other way around. We are energetic, deathless consciousness”

“Deathless? Jack queried. “Everything dies.”

“All forms die. Energy does not die. Energy is reconfigured by consciousness into new forms. If all is energy, then death is fiction. It’s an arbitrary delineation where consciousness changes form. We ARE consciousness.”

Never stop seeking YOUR truth!


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Disclosure and the Appeal to Authority Logical Fallacy

elizondoWhat a wild ride recent days have been! December 16, 2017 is a day many of us will remember forever and with good reason. Along with the jubilation, must come some caution.

No!  I’m not trying to play the role of kill-joy or make myself the story by being contrarian. I’m being what I always try to be on these topics; unbiased, truth-seeking, and wanting the best outcome for everyone.

So, what I’m about to say may frustrate some. We’ve been played, we’re being played, and we’ve done it to ourselves.

We’ve all bought into the myth that this thing we call Disclosure involves some authority figure from the government sitting on a mainstream media outlet and articulating certain words. To some extent, we got what we sought in recent days and it was an emotional release. I’m sure we were all ready to do battle with that certain relative at the holiday gathering who has given us crap mercilessly for years over our belief that extraterrestrials have visited Earth and UFOs are real.

“Did you see? Did you see? The New York Times, Fox News, and CNN covered it. A recently retired top Pentagon official confirmed it. A navy pilot with unquestioned credibility has said it. They witnessed something not of this world.” Boy, did that feel good! No, it felt really good!

Why do we need that? I get that it’s a good thing for that certain relative and the vast majority of Americans and humans that still believe the LOGICAL FALLACY that if, and only if, it comes from authority; it’s a fact.

Why do we in the UFO community need it? We know what we’ve experienced, what we’ve seen, what we’ve researched. Why do we need some official to go on CNN to confirm it for us?  It struck me today that this whole Disclosure game we’ve been playing for years is about a LOGICAL FALLACY. We wanted, we needed, to hear it from that official too. We wanted some official confirmation that we weren’t crazy or wrong.

We’ve had a long-running assumption that the government knows more about this than we do. As individuals, that’s probably true. But as a whole? All they know are the collective experiences we’ve all had. Yes, they’ve documented them over time. Yes, they’ve spent probably trillions ($22 million LOL) over the past seven decades trying to figure out what these things are.

We all have more power and more capability than we even know. It’s going to be very important going forward that we don’t put our reliance on what the establishment does or doesn’t do or say on this topic. We need to OWN our sightings, OWN our experiences, OWN our ability to define truth and share it with more people without a stamp of approval. Let the Pentagon and CNN do their thing. We’ll partner where we can, but we need not wait.


It’s time for our species to take the next step and become part of the galactic community around us. For us to be useful contributors to that community, we do not only need to change some things about our planet. We also need to change some things about ourselves. Technology is one measure of advancement and we have made amazing strides, but it’s wisdom, compassion, and empowered mindsets are the currency of an advanced race. We don’t need orders from headquarters. We only need courage, conviction, and our Sixth Sense to move forward. Let the Pentagon and CNN do their thing

I follow my bliss. I experience my bliss. I become my bliss.


ray_author_headshot_full_size_editedRay Davis is a social commentator, author of Anunnaki Awakening, and the co-founder of 6 Sense Media. He founded The Affirmation Spot in 2007 and shares information, motivation, and ideas with hundreds of thousands on social media each week.


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Disclosure Saturday – What Now?

UFOscreenshotYesterday was an amazing day in many ways. I was stuck out in the shopping throngs when the news broke and was not able to start dissecting the release until hours later. I do have to credit Tom DeLonge and To The Stars. He promised something big and I think they can check that box.

To see the New York Times, followed by most other major mainstream news outlets, running with this sliver of Disclosure is awesome! For much of my adult life, I’ve wanted to feel that vindication when something broke that cannot be easily dismissed. It felt good! Hopefully, this has opened some eyes in the media, the uninformed masses, and the scientific community on the reality and the importance of this topic. That’s immensely positive and to applauded.

That said, as with any other topic, emotional responses are not the ones that lead to wisdom and discernment. It’s not jealousy or sour grapes to question the quality of the information, the “Why Now” aspect, and what next?

OK, we had this amazing moment. Now what? Does that mean Matt Drudge and Wolf Blitzer are suddenly going to be running stories about the 70 years of UFO cover up? Does that mean that Neil De Grasse Tyson and Richard Dawkins are going cease being skeptics on the topic and put their reputations on the line to support deeper research? Does this mean US intelligence agencies have bought off on taking this public or that this small group has declared themselves in open rebellion against the secrecy? Can we expect that the most highly manipulated and secretive topic in the intelligence world is suddenly going to be shot straight because a video and some little side program are acknowledged?

Here are my notes from the release. The video is jaw-dropping, no doubt.
Watch it, if you haven’t seen it.


However, it’s still obviously edited. As always, the program that was reported is claimed to have been ended. They spent $22 million over five years, the cost of one fighter jet, and determined there were other priorities. Nothing about what was discovered in the five years of the program was revealed, save the video.

Finally, the Harry Reid story is interesting. Even as majority leader of the senate, you don’t decide what’s black budget. Black budget, by definition, is money spent without congressional oversight. I appreciate Senator Reid’s interest in the topic and using his position to the extent he could to push the research. That said, this project is peanuts compared to what intelligence agencies must be spending, and still spending, on this issue. The media tied this up in a nice bow. There’s disclosure. Three former senators funded some research and it’s now over so go back about your business.

I’m not going to criticize DeLonge or his team. They may have more to deliver and that will be WELCOMED! That said, we have a media with a track record of misleading us reporting on activities of agencies with a track record of misleading us. The wise approach is to deal with that dynamic with discernment.

We haven’t seen the backlash against this and there will be one. We haven’t seen how this information will be used. Is it to be used to militarize us in preparation to fight the evil aliens? There have been aspects of that message coming from DeLonge and his team. Let’s not kid ourselves. Many of the people involved have spent their lives with a mindset of identifying and disabling enemies. Is that to be the approach we follow because they gave us the candy we wanted?

Let’s do our happy dance. Then it’s the time to double down on demanding transparency and truth and using our collective wisdom, not the Pentagon’s, to decide how to deal with a reality that got a lot harder to deny yesterday.

Keep on seeking YOUR truth!


ray_author_headshot_full_size_editedRay Davis is a social commentator, author of Anunnaki Awakening, and the co-founder of 6 Sense Media. He founded The Affirmation Spot in 2007 and shares information, motivation, and ideas with hundreds of thousands on social media each week. 

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How Google, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are Privatizing Free Speech

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Ray Davis, for 6 Sense Media

Freedom of speech is that pressure valve that allows a free society to remain free and peaceful. It’s destruction makes chaos inevitable.
More and more we are seeing the large social media platforms censoring, demonetizing, and using algorithms to obscure, weed out, and silence the free exercise of speech on their platforms. This is particularly true when content creators and commentators are questioning establishment narratives on critical issues; the Las Vegas shooting being one example.

While we can all acknowledge that there are people who play fast and loose with the facts or sensationalize information, the blocking of all alternative discussion on important issues also incriminates those honest truth seekers not content to accept the “official” stories on events that are then used to fundamentally change our society, our policies, or our mindsets.

Frankly, legacy media and government institutions have time and again in recent decades demonstrated they are not always honest brokers of the truth or the public interest. Wars are sold, freedoms abridged, and our culture irreparably damaged by changes made using events that later prove to be utterly untrue or questionable. The emotion of the moment is capitalized upon to institute directions people would never agree to otherwise. In this environment and with the advent of new technologies, citizen journalists have taken it upon themselves to challenge legacy institutions and demand that money and power answer to the people the way this country is supposed to operate. The press was given its freedom to use to protect the people from power not to protect power from the people, as Justice Black beautifully articulates below. That has been turned upside down.

In the First Amendment, the Founding Fathers gave the free press the protection it must have to fulfill its essential role in our democracy. The press was to serve the governed, not the governors. The Government’s power to censor the press was abolished so that the press would remain forever free to censure the Government. The press was protected so that it could bare the secrets of government and inform the people.

Justice Hugo Black (New York Times Company vs. The United States, 1971)

Social media companies and others have defended their crackdown on alternative voices under the guise protecting us from “fake news” or the influence of nefarious players. “Besides,”they argue, “We’re privately-owned entities and not subject to the free speech protections guaranteed in the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.”


The Constitution does specifically call out that “Congress shall make no law” denying free speech. State constitutions, because they must align with the federal constitution, have similar prohibitions. However, the claim is made that private entities, such as companies, aren’t covered under these clauses and can limit speech they don’t like within the confines of their privately-owned business. The constitutionality of that claim is for another time.

However, this same premise is being used by social media companies to parse and limit free speech. Their assertion is being parroted in the legacy media, eager to crush their alternative competitors, who have watched as their viewerships erode. The question becomes in an era where everything is privatized, where can a free citizen exercise his free speech?

Here’s why social media is WRONG in claiming they are just another private business and why legislatures and courts need to get with the times and compel these platforms to permit free speech. The Constitution was written at a time when government was the biggest threat to freedom of speech and for a time when that freedom basically allowed you to go into the town square and state your views publicly without censorship from the government. A similar freedom was granted to the press.

In 2017, the virtual world is where people “peacefully assemble” to exercise their freedom of speech. These massive social media platforms ARE the new town square. They’ve worked vigorously to position themselves to be “the place to go” for discussion, dialogue, and debate. They profit MASSIVELY from people using their platforms to do just that.

Users on these platforms are NOT employees and subject to the rules an employer might set for his or her workplace.  In fact, users freely contribute the content that the social media companies profit MASSIVELY from. The recipe is generally build a platform, get users to contribute content for free, place ads, take piles of money to the bank, rinse, and repeat.

Now, after establishing themselves as the new “town square” and profiting MASSIVELY from their users’ content, they want to claim they have a right to sanction free speech? Ridiculous!

And why are they doing this? Because they’re being shamed into doing by politicians interested in limiting speech they don’t agree with since they lack the constitutional power to do it themselves. They’re being shamed into by a tired legacy media establishment profiting from their monopoly on information that has demonstrated no fidelity in their responsibility to the truth.

The prohibition against Congress limiting free speech was not meant to be just a prohibition on Congress. It was meant to give the people a positive right to free speech in the public domain. Nothing qualifies so obviously as the public domain as social media.

In the 18th Century, that was a literal town square. Today Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and other social media platforms have established themselves as that defacto town square. Limiting free speech there in that environment is the absolute equivalent to denying our 18th Century counterparts access to the town square to freely share views. This is an undeniable fact and the censorship by government through social media shaming must cease and be declared unconstitutional!

There’s no one in the literal town square any more. People congregate on social media and denying people their freedom of speech there is the equivalent of the state pulling someone off a podium back in the day. Denying someone freedom of speech on social media platforms is the equivalent of denying them freedom of speech in the public domain. It is censorship of the first order and it needs to stop!

Freedom of Speech has long been recognized in enlightened circles a pressure release against violence and revolution. President John F. Kennedy once said, “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.” What kind of speech is being very particularly limited on social media? Political speech that does not comport with mainstream views. Again, these are core foundational reasons we even have a First Amendment.

The only free speech that should be abridged on social media is free speech that would be abridged in a real town square under well-established guidelines and centuries of case law.

Beyond that, it is a complete violation of an American’s freedom of speech in the 21st century to have their content removed from search results or placed so far down it can never be found. It is a violation to demonetize content on these platforms because the speech is controversial or political (again, within long-established guidelines). It is a violation of free speech to block or cancel accounts for expressing unpopular views.

Free speech cannot be privatized to deny its exercise. That’s essentially what is happening. If these companies and their media and political backers don’t see the light and stop the censorship, I think the time has come to determine whether these social media and search engine platforms are in violation of anti-trust laws. They must either respect the First Amendment or they must not be allowed to maintain their marketshare as part of the new town square.
ray_author_headshot_full_size_editedRay Davis is a social commentator, author of Anunnaki Awakening, and the co-founder of 6 Sense Media. He founded The Affirmation Spot in 2007 and shares information, motivation, and ideas with hundreds of thousands on social media each week.

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