Jamie Lee, Contributor
“There are no safe levels of radiation.” -Barrie Trower, Physicist and former Military expert on Microwave Radiation
The mass rollout of Wifi over the past decade has been phenomenal as to how integrated it has become in all facets of our society and our … More
Luminita Saviuc, Purpose Fairy
What are the differences between happy people and unhappy people? Of course, it should be very obvious:happy people are happy while unhappy people are unhappy, right? Well, that is correct. But, we want to know what happy people do differently, so I have put … More
Ever consider that your grandparents didn’t have food allergies…or at least it wasn’t common as it is in our children. Was there a reason why they did not have food allergies?
Food allergies are becoming a household concern and are on the rise. In addition to making life … More
Dana Larsen, Cannabis Culture
Although most people see Christmas as a Christian holiday, many of the symbols and icons we associate with Christmas celebrations are actually derived from the shamanistic traditions of the tribal peoples of pre-Christian Northern Europe.
The sacred mushroom of these people was the red … More
Julian Websdale, Contributor
The best known example of the triad is the Father (Godhead), Son and Holy Ghost of Christianity. But there was also the ancient Egyptian divine triad of Osiris, Isis and Horus, and the ancient Druid holy triad of Beli, Taran and Esus, not … More
Anna Hunt, Staff
The Cannabis plant contains over 60 cannabinoids, which are carbon-containing terpenophenolic compounds concentrated in the viscous resin of the glandular trichomes on the cannabis plant bud. There are psychoactive cannabinoids, such as Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), while others, such as cannabidiol (CBD), have no psychoactive effects while … More
Eleni Roumeliotou, GreenMedInfo
Acute otitis media (ear infection) is very common in children and usually accompanied by ear pain, fever and irritability. Although it is believed that 80% of the otitis cases resolve spontaneously without any treatment, the standard medical approach relies on the prescription of antibiotics and … More
Richard Smoley, New Dawn
While most people in the Western world are aware of astrology, comparatively few know that other cultures have other systems of astrology. There are Chinese and Tibetan horoscopes, with their cycles of twelve signs going through years rather than months, so that the key … More
Dr. Stewart Bitkoff, Contributor
“Say ye: ‘we believe in God and the revelation given to us and to Abraham, Ismail, Isaac, Jacob, and the Tribes, and that given to Moses and Jesus, and that given to (all) Prophets from their Lord. We make no difference between one … More
Robert Bonomo, Contributor
“Those who believe that the world of being is governed by luck or chance and that it depends upon material causes are far removed from the divine and from the notion of the One.” — Plotinus
On May 27, 2010 the planet Uranus entered Aries … More
Zen Gardner, Guest
It’s amazing how starved for truth such an informationally soaked world can be.
But here we are.
Sleep apnea, or discontinued, interrupted breathing during sleep, is a terrible condition for anyone, often requiring the assistance of breathing machines. It’s a relatively new affliction to … More
Zuzka Burdanova, Contributor
While travelling in Central America in early 2012, I passed through regions inhabited by Mayas. Since the notorious end of the world proclaimed for the 21st of December 2012 was coming up, I was curious to find out what the Mayans still living today … More
Rachel, This Original Organic Life
1.) Composting turns trash into treasure
Compost turns what would ordinarily be considered “garbage” into viable nutrients.
2.) Composting builds soil
Composting plays a critical role in building healthy soil. This is extremely important given that the US loses about 3 tons … More
James C. Wilhelm, Contributor
The message for which I am primarily known has remained consistent for 52 years: unity, freedom, peace, love, justice, gratitude, giving. These words represent a powerful, stunning, and absolutely possible reality available to all humanity.
In 1976 I asked, “What do I do with … More
Julian Websdale, Contributor
The Republic (Greek: Πολιτεία, Politeia) is a Socratic dialogue, written by Plato around 380 BC, concerning the definition of justice and the order and character of the just city-state and the just man. It is Plato’s best-known work and has proven to be one … More
Stephen C. Webster, The Raw Story
A study in the August edition of The Journal of School Health finds that the generations old theory of a “gateway drug” effect is in fact accurate for some drug users, but shifts the blame for those addicts’ escalating substance abuse away … More
Anna Hunt, Staff Writer
The human energetic body, also referred to as the pranic sheath or astral body, is an intricate network of 72,000 nadis that facilitate the movement of prana, the vital energy of the human body. The nadis, also referred to as astral tubes, astral nerves … More
Ida Lawrence, Contributor
We have very imaginative and creative minds, we humans. Driving a great deal of our imagination is the desire to pick up on what’s coming, especially with regard to the biggie: survival. We believe that if we know, we can fall in line with the … More
Julian Rose, Contributor
The wrong people are in charge… that’s pretty obvious. But what is not so obvious is how they got there? And once having found an open gate, why have we left them to graze the best pastures while we grovel around in the barren fallow?… More