Tuesday, August 30, 2011


Large Hadron Collider ( LHC ) proton-proton collision in which two energetic electrons and two energetic muons
, elementary particles similar to electrons, are observed—the type of event that the decay of a Higgs boson might produce, although there are other explanations as well. © 2011 CERN

Scientists have concluded that the Higgs “God Particle” does not exist confirming the prediction of both Stephen Hawking and myself in 2008. It’s time now to realize that the ultimate spark of life is a Unified Field of love and soul consciousness, whose principle property is the urge to unite, which permeates the universe and also exists deepest within ourselves: Allen L Roland

Martin Luther King Jr is not the only Extremist For Love for I have been not only advocating it for decades but proving that it lies deepest within us ~ if we would but only stop looking outside for it and surrender to its innate power and urge to unite.

A few years ago, the celebrated British physicist Stephen Hawking was widely reported in the press to have placed a provocative public bet that the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) ~ along with all particle accelerators that preceded it ~ would never find the Higgs boson ~ the so-called “God particle” believed responsible for having imbued massive particles with their mass when the universe was very young.

At the same time in January 23rd of 2008, I wrote THE ELUSIVE HIGGS FIELD IS ROLAND UNIFIED FIELD OF LOVE ~ http://www.opednews.com/articles/life_a_allen_l__080123_elusive_higgs_field_.htm

In that article, I explain that The basic underlying and uniting force of the Universe is a psychic energy field of love and soul consciousness ( the Unified Field ) which lies not only beyond time and space but ALSO beneath our deepest fears and whose principle property is the universal urge to unite.

( By ‘psychic’ I mean inexplicable by natural laws ).

So what about all that unaccounted for space in the universe?

Scientists have predicted that space is filled with an invisible field that gives particles their mass. They've dubbed it the Higgs field. In 1966 Peter Higgs (University of Edinburgh) proposed that the universe was full of a field called a HIGGS FIELD. Supposedly disturbances in this field, as particles move through it, cause objects to have mass.

They postulated that the Higgs Field consists of countless Higgs particles (called Bosons) that act like a kind of cosmic molasses that fills all of space. As objects move through space they have to 'wade' through these Higgs particles that 'cling' to them, causing a drag that shows up as mass.

A Cosmic quantum field of molasses ~ give me a break!

And scientists, of course, have all been hot on the trail to find this elusive particle and are spending millions, if not billions of dollars in the process.

The July 2005 issue of Scientific America highlights this search in a lead article entitled The Mysteries of Mass ~ where they announce "Scientists are hunting for an elusive particle that would reveal the presence of a new kind of field that permeates all of reality."

Even in 2008, scientists were considering the Higgs particle to be the last remaining undiscovered piece of our current theory of matter ~ See report http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?id=the-coming-revolutions-in-particle-physics&sc=WR_20080122

But the Higgs boson was rightfully never found! Recently CERN scientists declared that over the entire range of energy the Collider had explored ~ from 145 to 466 billion electron volts ~ the Higgs boson is excluded as a possibility with a 95% probability.

Once again, scientists are obviously still looking without, through one eye, for an external physical particle and will never discover this elusive field unless they look through their other subjective eye and acknowledge the within of things and the universal urge to unite.

In other words, we are not all floating around in a static and disconnected Higgs quantum field of molasses but, instead, are all swimming in a Roland Unified field of love, connection and soul consciousness ~ that permeates the universe.

Sound too far out?

Dr. John Hagelin, one of the world's leading pioneers of theoretical physics also believes that the long sought for Unified field is a state of consciousness ~ as he stated in the Summer 1993 issue of Mind-Body connection:

“If you scratch below the surface and get to the molecular atomic and sub-atomic worlds, you find that these worlds are not material worlds. They are worlds of intelligence and ultimately worlds of consciousness."

What if infinite love ~ and not the speed of light ~ was the absolute constant of the Universe?

What if all things were contained within this field which exists beyond time and space and reveals itself in its universal urge to unite?

That would mean that love and joy reside deepest within us ~ even beneath our deepest fear and despair.

My own personal experience and work as a psychotherapist, particularly in my work with veterans with PTSD, has demonstrated this great truth ~ a truth that all human beings sense and respond to at their deepest level of consciousness.

As such, love not only has mass but permeates and unites the universe.

Teilhard de Chardin knew this truth well.

Whereas Einstein was concerned with the without of things, Teilhard was concerned with the within of things. Teilhard used the term ' within ' to denote the psychic face or consciousness of matter, since the beginning of time, which reveals itself in its innate urge to unite.

Teilhard defined this inner urge to unite as an energy force in his famous law of complexity-consciousness .

The law states two principles:

1. Throughout all time there has been an evolutionary tendency for all matter to unite and become increasingly complex in nature.

2. With each increase in material complexity there is a related rise in the consciousness of matter as well as the urge to unite.

Teilhard divided this fundamental energy into two distinct components: a TANGENTIAL energy which linked the element with all others in the same order and a RADIAL energy which represented the innate urge toward union and greater complexity as well as a leap in consciousness.

It is this radial energy in matter, this deep urge towards union and completion, which eventually manifests itself as LOVE.

That is why love is the threshold to another universe of consciousness ~ and all who fully love know this great truth as I most certainly do.

As such, Teilhard's RADIAL energy is one in the same with the Unified Field~ which saturates the universe in its all pervading glory.

“What name should we give, always in relation to our system, to this physico-moral energy of personalization to which all activities displayed by the stuff of the universe are finally reduced?

Only one name is possible, if we are to credit it with the generality and power that it should assume on rising to the cosmic order: LOVE. The physical structure of the universe is LOVE.”

~ Teilhard de Chardin Human Energy

Now all we need is a recognized physicist to question the limitations of the quantum Higgs Field of static molasses.

Dr. Wulf von Bonin does just that in his brilliant paper The Picture of Current Cosmology and Questions to it .

In his section Problems with the "Higgs Field" Bonin writes;

"If the "Higgs field" is rich in energy, enables expansion, materializes itself in particles of heavy masses, and is able to mediate masses for other particles, it has to be already "dimensional". It already possesses the characteristics of cosmic dimensions. It has to develop historically from a universal and non-dimensional basic status and this status has to differ significantly from the "Higgs field".

As Amir Aczel writes in Scientific America on August 23, 2011 ~ “But if the Higgs doesn’t exist, where does mass in the universe come from? Theories that go beyond the “standard model” of particle physics may be necessary” http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blog/2011/08/23/a-higgs-setback-did-stephen-hawking-just-win-the-most-outrageous-bet-in-physics-history/?WT_mc_id=SA_WR_20110825

And there you have it ~ the Roland Unified Field of love and soul consciousness differs significantly from the Higgs Field because its driving cosmic dimension is the universal urge to unite which permeates the universe and also exists deepest within ourselves ~ and it most certainly goes beyond the standard model of particle physics.

The Higgs field of static molasses now becomes a Roland Unified Field of dynamic cosmic interconnections fueled by the universal urge to unite ~ and we all participate in this evolutionary process or loving plan as co-creators.

Hawking wrote in BLACK HOLES AND BABY UNIVERSES about his concerns about a grand Unified Field: “And even if there is only one unique set of possible laws ~ it is only a set of equations. What is it that breathes fire into the equations and makes a universe for them to govern? Is the ultimate Unified Field so compelling that it brings about its own existence?”

In response to Hawking’s query ~ This Unified Field of love is that compelling and it does bring about its own existence because it is deepest within us all and is the virtual plasma of the universe.

Hawking also posed that there ought to be something special and simple about a theory of everything ~ and what could be more special and simple than LOVE.

Allen L Roland


Freelance Alternative Press Online columnist and psychotherapist Allen L Roland is available for comments, interviews, speaking engagements and private consultations ( allen@allenroland.com )

Allen L Roland is a practicing psychotherapist, author and lecturer who also shares a daily political and social commentary on his weblog and website allenroland.com He also guest hosts a monthly national radio show TRUTHTALK on www.conscioustalk.net

Friday, August 26, 2011


Here are some Pollyanna quotes and lies from the hoodwinked mainstream media as well as Dick (Darth Vader) Cheney, regarding the Iraq war, which deserve to be reviewed and remembered in light of the release next week of Cheney’s memoir ~ In My Time : Allen L Roland

In light of the release next week of Dick Cheney’s memoir, In My Time, we must never forget that Cheney tried to justify illegally attacking Iraq on March 20, 2003 by using intelligence that the Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee later labeled "unsubstantiated, contradicted, or even non-existent."

Here’s a great example of this unindicted scoundrel at work ~ “Simply stated, there is no doubt that Saddam Hussein now has weapons of mass destruction. There is no doubt he is amassing them to use against our friends, against our allies, and against us." (August 26, 2002, Cheney speech in Nashville, Tenn)

And my all time Cheney favorites ~

"My belief is we will, in fact, be greeted as liberators." (Dick Cheney, March 16, 2003)

"I think they're in the last throes, if you will, of the insurgency." ~ (Dick Cheney on the growing Iraq insurgency, June 20

And do not ever forget the Iraq War's Pollyanna pundits who were totally sucked into Bush and Cheney’s illegal war and occupation of Iraq ~ here are two of my favorite quotes from an enclosed list of Iraq war punditry ;

"We're all neo-cons now."
(MSNBC's Chris Matthews, 4/9/03)

"He looked like an alternatively commander in chief, rock star, movie star, and one of the guys."
(CNN's Lou Dobbs, on Bush's 'Mission Accomplished' speech from the Deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln anchored off of San Diego 5/1/03)

Great moments in punditry

Compiled by FAIR

"Iraq Is All but Won; Now What?"
(Los Angeles Times headline, 4/10/03)

"Congress returns to Washington this week to a world very different from the one members left two weeks ago. The war in Iraq is essentially over and domestic issues are regaining attention."
(NPR's Bob Edwards, 4/28/03)

"Tommy Franks and the coalition forces have demonstrated the old axiom that boldness on the battlefield produces swift and relatively bloodless victory. The three-week swing through Iraq has utterly shattered skeptics' complaints."
(Fox News Channel's Tony Snow, 4/13/03)

"The only people who think this wasn't a victory are Upper Westside liberals, and a few people here in Washington."
(Charles Krauthammer, Inside Washington, WUSA-TV, 4/19/03)

"We had controversial wars that divided the country. This war united the country and brought the military back."
(Newsweek's Howard Fineman--MSNBC, 5/7/03)

"We're all neo-cons now."
(MSNBC's Chris Matthews, 4/9/03)

"Oh, it was breathtaking. I mean I was almost starting to think that we had become inured to everything that we'd seen of this war over the past three weeks; all this sort of saturation. And finally, when we saw that it was such a just true, genuine expression. It was reminiscent, I think, of the fall of the Berlin Wall. And just sort of that pure emotional expression, not choreographed, not stage-managed, the way so many things these days seem to be. Really breathtaking."
Washington Post reporter Ceci Connolly, appearing on Fox News Channel on 4/9/03, discussing the pulling down of a Saddam Hussein statue in Baghdad, an event later revealed to have been a stage-managed U.S. military PSYOPS operation--Los Angeles Times, 7/3/04)

"The war winds down, politics heats up.... Picture perfect. Part Spider-Man, part Tom Cruise, part Ronald Reagan. The president seizes the moment on an aircraft carrier in the Pacific."
(PBS's Gwen Ifill, 5/2/03, on George W. Bush's "Mission Accomplished" speech ~ on carrier anchored off the coast of San Diego)

"We're proud of our president. Americans love having a guy as president, a guy who has a little swagger, who's physical, who's not a complicated guy like Clinton or even like Dukakis or Mondale, all those guys, McGovern. They want a guy who's president. Women like a guy who's president. Check it out. The women like this war. I think we like having a hero as our president. It's simple. We're not like the Brits."
(MSNBC's Chris Matthews, 5/1/03)

"He looked like an alternatively commander in chief, rock star, movie star, and one of the guys."
(CNN's Lou Dobbs, on Bush's 'Mission Accomplished' speech, 5/1/03)

"Why don't the damn Democrats give the president his day? He won today. He did well today."
(MSNBC's Chris Matthews, 4/9/03)

"What's he going to talk about a year from now, the fact that the war went too well and it's over? I mean, don't these things sort of lose their--Isn't there a fresh date on some of these debate points?"
(MSNBC's Chris Matthews, speaking about Howard Dean--4/9/03)

"If image is everything, how can the Democratic presidential hopefuls compete with a president fresh from a war victory?"
(CNN's Judy Woodruff, 5/5/03)

"Now that the war in Iraq is all but over, should the people in Hollywood who opposed the president admit they were wrong?"
(Fox News Channel's Alan Colmes, 4/25/03)

"I doubt that the journalists at the New York Times and NPR or at ABC or at CNN are going to ever admit just how wrong their negative pronouncements were over the past four weeks."
(MSNBC's Joe Scarborough, 4/9/03)

"This has been a tough war for commentators on the American left. To hope for defeat meant cheering for Saddam Hussein. To hope for victory meant cheering for President Bush. The toppling of Mr. Hussein, or at least a statue of him, has made their arguments even harder to defend. Liberal writers for ideologically driven magazines like The Nation and for less overtly political ones like The New Yorker did not predict a defeat, but the terrible consequences many warned of have not happened. Now liberal commentators must address the victory at hand and confront an ascendant conservative juggernaut that asserts United States might can set the world right."
(New York Times reporter David Carr, 4/16/03)

"Some journalists, in my judgment, just can't stand success, especially a few liberal columnists and newspapers and a few Arab reporters."
(CNN's Lou Dobbs, 4/14/03)

"This will be no war -- there will be a fairly brief and ruthless military intervention.... The president will give an order. [The attack] will be rapid, accurate and dazzling.... It will be greeted by the majority of the Iraqi people as an emancipation. And I say, bring it on."
(Christopher Hitchens, in a 1/28/03 debate-- cited in the Observer, 3/30/03)

"I will bet you the best dinner in the gaslight district of San Diego that military action will not last more than a week. Are you willing to take that wager?"
(Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly, 1/29/03)

"It won't take weeks. You know that, professor. Our military machine will crush Iraq in a matter of days and there's no question that it will."
(Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly, 2/10/03)

"He [Saddam Hussein] actually thought that he could stop us and win the debate worldwide. But he didn't--he didn't bargain on a two- or three week war. I actually thought it would be less than two weeks."
(NBC reporter Fred Francis, Chris Matthews Show, 4/13/03)

NPR's Mara Liasson: Where there was a debate about whether or not Iraq had these weapons of mass destruction and whether we can find it...

Brit Hume: “No, there wasn't. Nobody seriously argued that he didn't have them beforehand. Nobody.”
(Fox News Channel, April 6, 2003)

"Speaking to the U.N. Security Council last week, Secretary of State Colin Powell made so strong a case that Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein is in material breach of U.N. resolutions that only the duped, the dumb and the desperate could ignore it."
(Cal Thomas, syndicated column, 2/12/03)

This video was recorded very early in the Iraq War with Howard Zinn ~

Hard truths and how Americans have been shielded from them.

4 minute Video:


So there you have it ~ Dick Cheney was and continues to be the great deceiver but as Machiavelli wrote,” One who deceives will always find those who allow themselves to be deceived" and the mainstream press has been more than willing to perpetuate these deceptions and delay, if not bury, the truth.

Cheney also defiantly promised on NBC news that “there are gonna be heads exploding all over Washington,’’ after people read his book ~ but I predict that eyes will be rolling ~ for Cheney’s self serving book, co-authored by his daughter, is still masking an obvious truth. Cheney purposely lied and is still lying about Iraq in order to obscure his role in the Mossad/CIA 9/11 neo-con false flag operation as well as his on going efforts to still shift that blame to Bin Laden, Al-Qaeda and eventually Iraq in order to protect himself and key members of the Bush administration who would most certainly be implicated and indicted if properly investigated.

Take the time to watch this brief 4 minute interview on NBC News ~ Cheney’s denial and rigid arrogance is almost breathtaking ~ particularly when justifying water boarding and torture to his interviewer. He is obviously convinced he is a patriot and his book, according to NY Times reviewer, Michiko Kakutani ismostly a predictable mix of spin, stonewalling, score settling and highly selective reminiscences.”


And why was Cheney the earliest and strongest advocate of torture and water boarding? Cheney was determined to use any means possible to obtain forced confessions for the so called 9/11 terrorist Attack ~ which will eventually be seen, hopefully in Cheney’s time, as a neo-con inspired CIA/Mossad assisted and treasonous controlled demolition false flag operation.

It is not necessary to bury the truth.
It is sufficient merely to delay it until nobody cares
: Napoleon Bonaparte

Allen L Roland


Freelance Alternative Press Online columnist and psychotherapist Allen L Roland is available for comments, interviews, speaking engagements and private consultations ( allen@allenroland.com )

Allen L Roland is a practicing psychotherapist, author and lecturer who also shares a daily political and social commentary on his weblog and website allenroland.com He also guest hosts a monthly national radio show TRUTHTALK on www.conscioustalk.net

Monday, August 22, 2011


With a long list of corporate and Wall Street lackeys, including President Obama, running for President in 2012, Ron Paul continues to represent Main Street and a tattered constitution in his quest for the presidency ~ while the corporate controlled media either ignores him or wishes he would go away: Allen L Roland

Last week was a good birthday week for Ron Paul: a statistical tie at the Ames Straw Poll in Iowa last Saturday, a thousand New Hampshire voters at the Concord, New Hampshire office opening Wednesday night, and on Saturday, a resounding victory in the New Hampshire Young Republicans Straw Poll in New Castle and a money bomb of well over 1.5 million dollars raised for his campaign on his birthday, August 20th.
Read more: http://www.sunherald.com/2011/08/20/3364033/ron-paul-takes-new-hampshire-young.html

The defining traits of our next president should be integrity, character and principle, not whether he is a Democrat or Republican. As such, I believe our next president should be 12 term Texas congressman Ron Paul. As a progressive and former 2008 Obama supporter ~ I would vote for Ron Paul in a heartbeat over Obama in 2012 for those very reasons.

I am one of millions of Americans who want to vote for a man of integrity and clear principles in 2012 versus a shill for Wall Street and the corporate elite. However, the corporate controlled main stream media is well aware of the Ron Paul populist threat ~ which is why they either ignore or belittle his candidacy.

Watch this Jon Stewart Today Show video which tells the truth about Paul’s impressive success in Iowa and skewers the main stream media for ignoring this truth ~ in essence, pretending Ron Paul doesn’t exist. 4 minute must see video ~


Now watch All Of Ron Paul's Questions & Answers at the Iowa GOP Debate of 8/11/11 ~ where Paul talks about our failed monetary system, the need to bring the troops home, the Federal Reserve, Iran, the rules of law, constitutional principles and in the process, he makes the other candidates, particularly Santorum and Bachmann, look silly or presidential pretenders. 15 minute video ~

When Paul was recently asked If he felt the media was treating him unfairly ~ Paul correctly responded: ''Sure. Yeah, they are and we need to ask them why,' he replied. 'I mean, what are they afraid of? We're doing well, we're certainly in the top tier, we did well in Iowa and we have a good organization, we can raise money. But they don't want to discuss my views because I think they're frightened by us challenging the status quo ... because my views are quite different than the other candidates', so they would just as soon us not get the coverage the others are getting and they will concentrate on establishment-type politicians."

Please watch this 30 minute video of Ron Paul’s The Revolution & The Anti-War Movement. Click to view http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article28904.htm

Allen L Roland


Freelance Alternative Press Online columnist and psychotherapist Allen L Roland is available for comments, interviews, speaking engagements and private consultations ( allen@allenroland.com )

Allen L Roland is a practicing psychotherapist, author and lecturer who also shares a daily political and social commentary on his weblog and website allenroland.com He also guest hosts a monthly national radio show TRUTHTALK on www.conscioustalk.net