Natural News) When the Berlin wall fell, it was an "all of a sudden" phenomenon. The week before, there were no abundantly evident signs that such a monumental historical event was about to take place. This is how history often occurs: Slowly at first, then all at once.
Due to a multitude of factors — including the rise of independent journalism and the exposing of the failures of big government — the world is now poised for a cascading series of true revolutions involving everything from medicine to economics. The underlying conditions leading to these revolutions have been building for decades, often without any surface evidence of the tipping point that's about to be tripped. Once these monumental changes take place, it will all seem obvious in retrospect, but looking forward from the present, it's extremely difficult for most people to get past "normalcy bias" (which means they expect the future to be exactly like today).
Today I share a series of three podcasts that help explain the monumental changes that are coming. First, I cover "The Revolution of Everything" which discusses the wide-ranging transformation that's taking place in medicine, technology and the political establishment: