by Jon Rappaport When professionals broadcast one absurdity after another, they begin to see the effects are actually strengthening their own position of authority. It’s a revelation. It’s also a continuation of the tradition of the Trickster archetype. For example, with just a few minor adjustments, Brian Williams can be seen as the sly […]Read more "The News: mind control through “cognitive dissonance”"
Troubling Research Revealed at 12th Keele Conference on Aluminum Every other year, for more than two decades, a small group of 70 or so scientists have been meeting at different locales across the globe to discuss their speciality: aluminum and its effects on living things. The science of a metal used in industries from airplane […]Read more "The Health Impact of Today’s Most Prevalent Environmental Toxin"
The find of Neanderthal bone flute by dr. Turk definitely changes the aspect of both music and culture as attributes of what is now known to define us as human species. These finds have moved the beginning of cultural history back to the period of Neanderthal culture, that is to about 45.000 years ago. Although there […]Read more "Neanderthal Flute from Slovenia"
Would any sane person think dumpster diving would have stopped Hitler, or that composting would have ended slavery or brought about the eight-hour workday; or that chopping wood and carrying water would have gotten people out of Tsarist prisons; or that dancing around a fire would have helped put in place the Voting Rights Act […]Read more "Forget Shorter Showers"
Based on CDC and FDA documents, this animation reveals the actual ingredients and manufacturing methods used to create modern vaccines. It is only 4 minutes and 12 seconds long, I promise time well spent, especially for all of you, who have never researched this subject.Read more "How Vaccines are really made"
The following post is mostly based on two books, »Béchamp or Pasteur? A Lost Chapter in the History of Biology«, by Ethel Douglas Hume, first published in 1923 and »Pasteur: Plagiarist, Impostor – The Germ Theory Exploded«, by R.B. Pearson, first published in 1942. You can find links to some referenced books at the bottom […]Read more "What is wrong with the Germ Theory?"
Comic Strip Art by Arto Heino “Random Choices”, this is one of those ideas that allows you to understand the multitude of possibilities that each person makes in any given situation, can be very funny at times or tragic if your choices are ill conceived.Read more "Some of the more unusual aspects in life"