Browsing the blog archives for August, 2010.

JZ KNIGHT INTERVIEWED ON MSNBC’S COSMIC LOG

Yelm and Thurston County Issues

In a broad-ranging interview with JZ Knight, MSNBC’s Cosmic Log reporter Alan Boyle writes:

“It’s been six years since “What the Bleep Do We Know!?” blended the woo-woo world of spiritual self-actualization with the woo-woo world of quantum physics — with a channeled 35,000-year-old spirit named Ramtha playing a prominent role in the documentary.

Today, JZ Knight, the 64-year-old woman who channels that 35,000-year-old spirit, is looking back at the “Bleep” and giving a lot of thought to what lies ahead.”

CLICK HERE for the MSNBC interview.

Also from Mr. Boyle’s report,
JZ Knight discusses spirit channeling, quantum physics and life after “What the Bleep Do We Know!?” Click to watch video clips:

* The linkage between physics and personal reality
* Mind over matter? JZ Knight argues that mind is matter
* Looking beyond the ‘What the Bleep’ movie
* Making a quantum leap from the laboratory

Press Contacts for JZ Knight:

Liam Collopy
Vice President
LCO – Levine Communications Office
1180 S. Beverly Dr. Third Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90035
E: lcollopy@LCOonline.com
T: 310.300.0950 x 232
F: 310.300.0951
www.LCOonline.com

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Statement Regarding Tragic Death of RSE Student Vanda Boone

Yelm and Thurston County Issues

Ms. Knight has released the following statement expressing her sorrow and that of her students.

Statement from JZ Knight

“We are deeply pained to learn of the tragic death of Vanda Boone and saddened that a murder occurred in our tranquil rural community–a rarity in the Yelm-Rainier-Tenino areas. We support Thurston County detectives to use the best in modern forensic science to convict her killer.

In the absence of next of kin or relatives, Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment will take care of funeral arrangements. Vanda recently moved to the area to be close to the School she loved and the friends she met here. We are disheartened at the loss of any one of our students, but to lose them to homicide is shocking.

We share grief with Vanda’s fellow students, her friends, clients and neighbors. This unfortunate and horrific crime affects us all and many lives will be affected because of Vanda’s passing. We hope this crime will be solved and justice will prevail quickly.”

JZ Knight

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