Monthly Archive: May 2015

May 31

The Counts of the Netherworld ~ Bill Hicks Manifesto

The time has come to air the Voice of Reason, In a world gone mad, adrift on banal seas, For all who feel that lies have had their season, And whose Hearts Cry Out instead for Honesty, For all the weary souls grown bored with dreaming, Whose thirst for Beauty and for Knowledge goes unslaked, …

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May 30

Now and then it’s good to pause…

 

May 30

Cosmic Orgasm: An Enlightening Story of the Great Mystery of Existence

by Jordan Bates “Astonishment is the proper response to reality.” — Terence McKenna There’s a certain feeling—a feeling that’s also kind of an experience and an idea and a way of seeing. This feeling is central to my perspective and my shifting identity, my perpetual becoming. And I always want to articulate it, but I …

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May 30

Money and the Survival Program ~ Sonia Barrett

Money and the survival program, Sonia talks about the concept of money and how these ideas are programmed in to us, how we become invested in these concepts which distract us from our ability to tap into the ocean of possibilities on a much grander level.  

May 30

The Small and Great Secrets of an Embrace

by Frank M Wanderer Intimacy is one of the most elementary human needs. Its shortage deteriorates, its wealth nourishes human soul. One of the most beautiful expression of intimacy is when two people embrace each other. This wonderful human gesture is a store of great secrets. What are the secrets of embrace? Embrace has a …

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May 30

Is this the world’s oldest secret code?

by Anna Liesowska Scientists close to precise dating of the Shigir Idol, twice as ancient as the Egyptian Pyramids. The Idol is the oldest wooden statue in the world, estimated as having been constructed approximately 9,500 years ago, and preserved as if in a time capsule in a peat bog on the western fringe of …

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May 30

The Saturation Point ~ Michael Tsarion

 

May 30

Multi-Dimensional Beings With Reflections in the Spirit World

by Julie Henderson, Contributor | Waking Times The spirit world, also known as the mirror world, is the authentic underlying truth of humanity’s collective evolution. It contains humanity’s truest feelings, ideas, beliefs, and sacred consciousness. The subconscious of humanity was placed inside of beings who are dreamers, people who are capable of holding space and …

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May 30

March Against Monsanto: Could We Finally See Mandatory Labelling?

by Joe Martino Last weekend the March Against Monsanto once again saw millions join in around the world to stand up for quality food supply. Monsanto, the world’s largest biotech company and producer of GMO foods, has been challenged by the public since GMOs first began hitting grocery stores. People are concerned about the safety of GMOs …

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May 30

Children Who Seem to Remember Past Lives as Monks: Details Verified

The universe is full of mysteries that challenge our current knowledge. In “Beyond Science” Epoch Times collects stories about these strange phenomena to stimulate the imagination and open up previously undreamed of possibilities. Are they true? You decide. Dr. Erlendur Haraldsson, professor emeritus at the University of Iceland in Reykjavik, has examined cases of children …

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May 29

Still waiting…

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May 29

Collective Conditioning and the Mechanics of Reality

by Sonia Barrett Coming up for air from the challenges of our life’s stories is a pursued reward. This seemingly simple desire can actually be a challenging accomplishment for many. The truth is that our life is built on our story whatever that may be regardless of the conditions that led to that story. We …

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May 29

Learning To Have Fatih On Control ~ Alan Watts

Pleasure is the structure of society. From childhood until death we are secretly, cunningly, or obviously pursuing pleasure. So, whatever our form of pleasure is, I think we should be very clear about it because it is going to guide and shape our lives. It is, therefore, important for each one of us to investigate …

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May 29

McDonald’s is Losing So Much Money it Stopped Telling Us How Much

Fast food giant loses 11 months straight by Anthony Gucciardi Over the past year, I’ve shared with you the continued decline of America’s most popular fast food giant. We’ve talked about the mass closing of McDonald’s locations, the attempts by the company to trick customers into thinking that it was ‘going natural,’ and we’ve even …

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May 29

Cancer Myths Busted

by Dr. Eldon Dahl Cancer statistics are on the rise, and the growing numbers have moved the disease to a priority issue for the global community. As The Lancet reports, cancer deaths have increased 46% between 1990 and 2013. On Jan 1, 2016, new international development priorities called Sustainable Development Goals, will focus on decreasing …

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May 29

Why Simple Living is the Forgotten Key to Self Actualization

by Gilbert Ross For the past ten years I have been pretty much into personal development. Well, as a teenager I was already a bit interested in not-so-mainstream topics such as the power of the human mind, psychic phenomena and plenty of other metaphysical topics. It comes to no surprise that my peers thought I …

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May 29

DMT and the Persistent Illusion

by Chautauqua | Augureye Express The exact nature and scope of human consciousness is something great thinkers, philosophers and scientists have puzzled over for centuries.  It certainly seems like the more we think we understand consciousness, the more there is to learn, and experience. It was once called the great mystery, but more contemporary thinkers …

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May 29

Joe Rogan Speaks The Truth About School

Bad schools are the symptoms of a sick society. We put such little emphasis on schools and teachers and this reflects on society as a whole in a very bad way. Our children are the future so why don’t we put all of our resources into them? Take America for example and look at how …

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May 29

Exam Stress – Don’t Worry Kids … It’s All Bollocks ~ The David Icke Videocast

 

May 29

How would the world look if we could see the magnetic fields around us?

Undetectable to the human eye except when accentuated by phenomena such as solar flares and aurora borealis, magnetic fields are nonetheless ubiquitous on the Sun and most of the planets in our solar system, including Earth. Using very low frequency (VLF) audio recordings of crackling electron activity, animated renderings of magnetic fields in motion at …

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May 29

How Higher Levels of Consciousness May Appear in Our Life

by Frank M. Wanderer When we are asked what we find the most important thing in our life, the most of us would be able to answer the question. We would, naturally, come up with different answers, but that is not the point; the point is that we are able to answer. But as long …

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May 29

Sri Lanka’s Newly Elected President Bans Glyphosate Effective Immediately

As glyphosate spikes deadly chronic kidney disease 5-fold by Christina Sarich As the US government comes up with ever more creative stall tactics, Sri Lanka’s newly elected president, Maithripala Sirisena, has announced that the import of Monsanto’s favorite killing-tool, glyphosate, will no longer be allowed in the country. Sirisena is a farmer and ex health …

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May 29

The Most Ludicrous (But Hilarious) Anti-Pot Propaganda Commercials You’ve Likely Forgotten About

by Jeff Roberts It is astonishing to think that at one time cannabis was considered a menace to our youth and society at large. Today, the myriad of health benefits and practical uses of cannabis and hemp are out of the bag, and this new knowledge has ignited a global referendum to abolish the ridiculous laws associated …

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May 27

Once you awaken…

 

May 27

The Secrets and Healing Properties of Water

by P L Chang Every human being on Earth is familiar with water, because each of us drink it almost everyday and it is found in nearly every place on Earth. According to certain experts, our bodies and planet Earth are made of roughly 70 percent water. Even though we are very familiar with water, …

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May 27

Victory: Taco Bell & Pizza Hut to Remove Artificial Ingredients from Food

Our voices are being heard by Mike Barrett In yet another set of victories for the healthy consumer, fast food giants Taco Bell and Pizza Hut have announced that they will be removing artificial ingredients from their food items – a change undoubtedly sparked by our collective desire for food that is free of questionable ingredients. …

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May 27

Matcha Tea: The Ultimate Green Power

By Gilbert Ross Green Matcha tea is taking the healthy living world by storm. Matcha Lattes for instance have made their way on the menu of trendy coffee shops and big franchises such as Starbucks. The green brew is making a big name outside its old traditional ritual setting and there’s a healthy good reason …

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May 27

Groundbreaking New Documentary Offers Real Solutions for Our Food Security and Environmental Troubles

By Carolanne Wright | Contributing Writer for Wake Up World “Though the problems of the world are increasingly complex, the solutions remain embarrassingly simple.” ~ Bill Mollison A revolution is quietly sweeping across the globe, one that works in harmony with nature to create abundance for all life — including us. The method has been around for …

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May 27

Guilt – The Shadow of Spiritual Growth

by Frank M. Wanderer, Ph.D, Contributor | Waking Times During your spiritual growth, you may discover what’s important to you, you can reach your inner tranquility, peace and happiness, that none can take away from you. You can find your inner strength, which you can experience as an effortless Presence. In this state, you are …

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May 27

The Philosophy of War ~ Alan Watts

Alan Watts talks about wars and the philosophy behind it.  

May 27

The Most Powerful Force In the Universe

 

May 27

Life-Swapping: The Amazing Story and Prophecies of Paul Dienach

A teacher of humanities goes into a year-long coma in 1921, assumes life in one of his incarnations—a famous physics professor living in the year 3906—and then returns to his body a year later, in 1922… waking up not only with a crash-course understanding of physics, but with working knowledge of what will transpire on …

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May 27

Cannabis: A Journey Through the Ages

In 1997, a hemp rope dating back to 26,900 BC was found in Czechoslovakia, making it the oldest known object to be associated with cannabis.  Since that time, hemp has played an important role in humanity’s development.  For thousands of years marijuana was not only legal, but an important crop among cultures throughout history, and …

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May 26

It is never too late…

 

May 26

Inside the Growing Homeschooling Movement

As dissatisfaction with education reform rises, more and more secular parents are exploring the homeschool option. by Jordan E. Rosenfeld / AlterNet Until recently, if you homeschooled your children, you were either part of a pioneering movement in alternative education or doing so for religious reasons. Now, more than 2.2 million children ages 5-17 are …

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