Many people are starting to catch on to the dangers inherent in vaccination, but too few realise at present that there is no shortage of instances where far more harm is done than presumed “good.” Here’s an easy-to-read breakdown of 5 historical vaccine scandals that are relatively unknown and yet vitally important as context for the vaccine debate.
The new-age coverall of ‘giving it love’ can turn out to be the worst idea of them all. This case is a perfect example of the over-simplifying of a very technical art. Many new-agers think of energy as an amorphous blob that covers everything and we are swimming through a giant bowl of energetic custard. It is actually much more structured and systematic than most people believe. Read to the end to understand the whole story.
“Dr. Zimmerman was a successful University employee until she accused [her supervisor], among others, of research misconduct and ethical misconduct. Defendants retaliated against Dr. Zimmerman for raising legal and ethical questions of employees’ impropriety, and took multiple adverse actions against Dr. Zimmerman because of her protected speech; her age; her disability; and her religion. Defendants also breached its contract with Dr. Zimmerman and denied her due process and liberty rights.”
19 kids all suddenly “contract” whooping cough in Summit County.
What do they all have in common?
They are all up to date on their vaccinations.
One would think that after two hundred or more years of modern chemistry, something as fundamental and seemingly simple as water would be thoroughly understood by now. Before reading “The Fourth Phase of Water”, I took for granted the explanations my high school and college textbooks offered for evaporation, capillary action, freezing, bubble formation, Brownian motion, and surface tension. Everyone else assumes the same thing, which may be why the conventional explanations are seldom scrutinized. However, as The Fourth Phase of Water demonstrates, a little creative scrutiny reveals severe deficiencies in conventional explanations. The crucial concept in Gerald Pollack’s book is that of “exclusion zone water,” or EZ water for short…
“The message is”, in the pioneering Harold Aspden’s words, “[a]ccept the aether is real and has structure and you can understand how matter is created—but ignore the aether and you live in ignorance!”
You can find part one, “Cancer is a Gift” here. This is part two. By Steven Strong, author Shunned, Forgotten Origin Apart from the inevitability of dying, if there is one word that can strike fear into the heart and soul of most human beings, irrespective of colour, nationality or income, it has to be cancer. The […]
Of course, the cover story is that “religious extremists [are or might be] using an inappropriate curriculum” and “that there may be someone filling their child’s mind with poison,” (oh, the irony) but the real issue is that most of our home-schooled population is off the books; there are anywhere from 20,000 to 50,000 kids – the government simply can’t know because parents do not have to inform their local council whether they are home schooling or not. This is called exercising freedom of choice and the right to privacy. I applaud the parents who do so.
This is crucial for conscious and heart-centred entrepreneurs, small business owners, and corporate refugees who want to get in touch with their inner certainty and awareness of their highest purpose, vision, and inspiration. If you are looking at being of service, getting more switched on and activated, adding massive value, and experiencing a sovereign life of integrity and authenticity, then this podcast will illuminate who you really are and support you on the path to self-authority.
You are love and light AND immeasurable darkness.
Honour your shadow or that wild bitch will fuck you so hard no amount of cold pressed organic coconut oil will make it better.
WATCH THE REPLAY OF THIS EPISODE HERE This week on Global Freedom Movement Media (Episode 41) we are joined by a badass of the mystical path: Neil Kramer. Neil is a British philosopher and esotericist whose work focuses principally on spirituality, mysticism, and metaphysics. Neil explores the relationship between inner development and the many social […]
WATCH THE REPLAY OF THIS EPISODE HERE ENCORE EVENT WITH MAX IGAN From New South Wales, Australia, popular independent researcher and writer Max Igan is the founder of thecrowhouse.com, which covers a vast array of different topics close to his heart, from consciousness to government corruption, and the mysteries of our ancient past. In this episode of […]
Google agreed to strengthen the bilateral relations with Israel’s Foreign Ministry, and build a mechanism of “collaborative work” that would make both parties partners in monitoring the published materials and censoring them.
Doesn’t science state that paranormal occurrences are impossible? Philosophically, the world of science can no longer maintain that position—not if it wants to appeal to today’s evidence. Evidentially speaking, many so-called paranormal phenomena have been irrefutably scientifically proved (see TGI 1). The body of mainstream science has a history of becoming quite hysterical in the face of information seemingly competing for its “target demographic,” or even just information that doesn’t conform to the dominant paradigm in operation at the time. As such, it is organized science that has often proved and continues to prove to be the biggest adversary to impartial discussion and consideration of novel data—an alien concept to many people due to the way science, particularly in the mainstream, has been mythologized as a totally dispassionate and objective enterprise that only cares for so-called truth (though the anthropogenic “global warming” scandal no doubt helped undermine that myth!).