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Occupy Homes, One Year On And Growing Daily

Occupy Homes, One Year On And Growing Daily

Laura Gottesdiener, Waging Nonviolence Contributor Waking Times  Occupy Homes MN supporters march down Portland Avenue to reclaim a vacant foreclosed house in Minneapolis. Photo credit: MrBrownPhoto.com via Occupy Homes MN. “We are about to take this house over, okay?” shouted Reneka Wheeler, speaking slowly and emphasizing each word as she stood in front of a […]

By December 28, 2012 6 Comments Read More →
Grassroots Community Disaster Relief in the Wake of Hurricane Sandy

Grassroots Community Disaster Relief in the Wake of Hurricane Sandy

Laura Gottesdiener, Waging Nonviolence Contributor Waking Times I’m not sure when I realized that we were in the middle of a full-blown disaster. Maybe it was when I saw the outline of a National Guard soldier hanging off the side of a hummer on a blackened strip of Rockaway Boulevard. Perhaps it was when I […]

By November 3, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
The Tao & Social Action

The Tao & Social Action

Editor’s Note: Waking Times is excited to feature this article by the editor of IMOS Journal, The International Journal of Qigong and Taiji Culture.  Anthony Guilbert’, Contributing Writer Waking Times Whether you believe movements like ‘Occupy Wall Street,’ or ‘We are the 99%,’ represent valid social concerns, what is clear is that they are representative […]

By August 9, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Occupy the Bomb: People Power Challenges Nuclear Power with Nationwide Demonstrations

Occupy the Bomb: People Power Challenges Nuclear Power with Nationwide Demonstrations

Peter Rugh, Waging Nonviolence Contributor Waking Times  Occupy Nukes demonstrations were held in towns and cities across the United States on Monday, marking the anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. Approximately 140,000 civilians were killed by the bomb, code-named Little Boy, while hundreds of thousands died later of cancer, and thousands more […]

By August 8, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Creation of Care: Occupy Bohemian Grove 2012 Heats Up This Weekend

Creation of Care: Occupy Bohemian Grove 2012 Heats Up This Weekend

Waking Times If the Bilderberg Group is the geopolitical tentacle of the New World Order, Bohemian Grove is slippery underbelly of occultism that is the ultimate expression of the misanthropy inherent at the highest levels of global elitist thought. Similar to Bilderberg, Bohemian Grove was flatly denounced as tin-foil hat conspiracy nonsense until the alternative […]

By July 14, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Must We Change Our Hearts Before Throwing Off Our Chains?

Must We Change Our Hearts Before Throwing Off Our Chains?

Cynthia Boaz, Waging Nonviolence Contributor Waking Times  One of the consequences of the Occupy movement’s emergence onto the scene over the last nine months is the escalating disagreement about the role of various strands of nonviolence and nonviolent action in the struggle. In the process, misconceptions about nonviolent strategy are being unfortunately perpetuated by earnest […]

By July 11, 2012 Read More →
A Naval Commander for the 99% Stands Trial

A Naval Commander for the 99% Stands Trial

“We have to reclaim our voices, we have to demand to be heard,” she says. “The energy and the outrage and the righteousness of the Occupy movement [needs] to latch on to the war problem — for us to understand the connection and talk about it.” Bolger urges people to find “the motivation to step outside their comfort zone a little bit.”

By April 30, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Reclaiming Ag in Oakland

Reclaiming Ag in Oakland

“For ten years people in Albany have tried to turn the Gill Tract into an urban farm and more open space for the community,” explains Jackie Hermes-Fletcher, an Albany resident and public school teacher for 38 years. “The people in the Bay Area deserve to use this treasure of land for an urban farm to help secure the future of our children.”

By April 24, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Why Are We Here? One Occupier’s Answer

Why Are We Here? One Occupier’s Answer

What options are available for redress? Inevitably, the answer given is politics: run a candidate, vote in elections, pass legislation and win incremental reforms that shift the system in favor of the common person. Yet we have seen scores of politicians come and go with no satisfactory change in how this system operates. Almost invariably, these candidates turn into our enemies and, in the rare instance where a potential ally takes the field, they are dismissed as unserious and silly.

By April 9, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
West Virginia Retirees Occupy – And Win!

West Virginia Retirees Occupy – And Win!

The Century Aluminum factory in Ravenswood, W.Va., had seen struggles before. In 1990, 1,700 union workers at what was then called Ravenswood Aluminum Corporation were locked out in an effort to drastically cut wages. When the plant closed in 2009, laying off 651 workers, Century Aluminum promised workers that their health benefits would continue.

By April 4, 2012 0 Comments Read More →

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A Car That’s Powered by Saltwater

A Car That’s Powered by Saltwater

Video – The QUANT is a fully electric car powered by nanoFLOWCELL® energy storage technology that uses saltwater.

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Treating the Pineal Gland with Essential Oils

Treating the Pineal Gland with Essential Oils

Meme – These essential oils can be used to help decalcify and stimulate the pineal gland.

By October 22, 2014 1 Comments Read More →
14 Ways To Re-use Plastic Bottles

14 Ways To Re-use Plastic Bottles

Video – Fourteen ways that a small farm in Uganda re-uses plastic drinks bottles.

By October 21, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
DMT – The Inner Path to Other Worlds

DMT – The Inner Path to Other Worlds

Video – DMT is a psychoactive chemical produced by the human body and by many plants that causes intense visions and can induce its users to quickly enter a completely different “world.”

By October 21, 2014 1 Comments Read More →
The Impact of Voting Within the Confines of Society

The Impact of Voting Within the Confines of Society

Video - Russell Brand and Lawrence O’Donnell discuss the impact that voting lacks within the current structure of the political system and society.

By October 21, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

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Dodging the Tuition Debt Bullet

Dodging the Tuition Debt Bullet

Anna Hunt – Student tuition debt is astronomical in the US, and Germany announces free higher ed for all…

By October 11, 2014 1 Comments Read More →
Where the Warrior Comes In: Authenticity vs. Manipulation

Where the Warrior Comes In: Authenticity vs. Manipulation

Ida Lawrence, Contributor Waking Times At this moment in time, as we stand on the precipice of devolution or evolution, what does ‘pay attention’ mean to us? Our hearts seek wisdom and courage, and the justified faith that attention can bring. We came into this, so is attention the price of being born… an obligation? […]

A Call To Hearts Lifting to the Higher Self

A Call To Hearts Lifting to the Higher Self

Dr. Stewart Bitkoff, Contributor Waking Times When are we going to stop thinking in terms of religion, country, tribe, town, neighborhood, planet, business and I. When will we begin to think in terms of humanity and helping all people reach higher? Yes. It is natural to think about self, but when are we going to […]

By October 7, 2014 7 Comments Read More →
Inducing Higher Intelligence and Heightened Senses with Gamma Brain Waves

Inducing Higher Intelligence and Heightened Senses with Gamma Brain Waves

Anna Hunt, Staff Writer Waking Times Brainwave entrainment is a way to train the brain to synchronize to a certain frequency, such as gamma, beta, delta, theta and alpha. Each frequency matches a certain state of consciousness. For example, delta is the brainwave dominant while in an unconscious state such as sleeping; while theta and […]

Dangers of Smart Meters Extend Beyond Radiation Exposure

Dangers of Smart Meters Extend Beyond Radiation Exposure

Waking Times The electro-magnetic radiation given off by smart meters has become a health concern for many, but, millions of people worldwide whose homes have been outfitted with these devices must also be aware of the dangers of overheating and malfunction. Recently, there have been an extraordinary number of smart meter-related fires reported all over […]