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I grew up two doors down from The Woods. I was about 5 years older than “the family dog”, who really grew to be my dog because I spent time with her, shared mutual respect, and I often took her exploring The Woods. How does a little kid find his way into new spaces of the natural world, AND back again? I dunno, but I did it all the time. Into the woods, to the lake, across the valley, to my 2nd grade schoolhouse, to the toy & model store … and unerringly back home again. Heck, one day in my early teens I rode my Schwinn Varsity to visit my little sister at summer camp a half-day out and […]

bad news for sitters

I have seen mentioned by numerous researchers that sitting a lot is bad for us. On the other hand, too much time with weight on my left knee with its long-abused thin meniscus makes it increasingly tender. I try to make sure I spend some time getting physical standing or moving on my own two feet, but also avoid excessive time loading that knee. I just read this latest study posted below. It is not really new information to me, but definitely reinforces the message with solid study results. Sigh. I suppose I will review my sitting bouts, and try every 30 minutes to get 5 minutes of walking, dancing (definitely NOT me), or some regular interesting activity that […]

cutting hair … or not

from The Spirit Science The Supernatural Reason Native Americans Kept Their Hair Long     We’ve all heard the story of Sampson and Delilah. In it, one of God’s great servants, Sampson was a man possessed of superhuman strength. He was eventually betrayed by the love of his life, Delilah, who figured out that he could be defeated by cutting off all of his hair.     In relation, the Native American tradition has long held that hair is an outward projection of the nervous system, acting much in the way of ‘human antennae.’ Our hair is responsible for transmitting pertinent information to the rest of the nervous system. According to this line of thinking, our hair also transmits […]

stupid smart phones

I was going along with cell phone evolution for a while. I wised-up about the time they started with the “smart phone” moniker. Privacy and health concerns are enough to put me off that feed. I share a couple of recent articles below touching on some of those concerns with current knowledge. First off, I will resist the constant monitoring by Big Brother as well as I conveniently can. I phrase it that way as I recognize The Deep State is a pervasive, cancerous growth in our world. Escape is possible, but requires focus, dedication and abandonment of too many modern conveniences. My attempt at balance dictates resistance, avoidance and fershur I will not facilitate Big Brother’s snooping. That […]

vaccinated vs unvaccinated comparisons

Studies Prove Vaccinated Children Are at Greater Risk of Serious Illness and Neurological Disorders   Written By: Christina England, BA Hons Four studies spanning 25 years prove vaccinated children are at greater risk of serious illness and neurological disorders than their non-vaccinated peers. For many years, parents and professionals have been questioning whether or not any studies have been conducted comparing vaccinated children to unvaccinated children. In fact, Congressman Posey put this very question to Ms. Coleen Doyle from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 2012. As expected, Ms. Doyle made several attempts to avoid Mr. Posey’s question before finally being forced to admit that the CDC had not carried out such a study.       […]

Aluminum Toxicity: 4 Ways to Detox Your Brain & Body

from the website: The Truth About Cancer .com According to the Alzheimer’s Association of America, “…few experts believe that everyday sources of aluminum pose any threat.” Really? Not according to Chris Exley, PhD, of Keele University in England who is an expert on aluminum toxicity. Professor Exley has been studying the impact of aluminum on the human body since 1984 and states that: There has been a strong link between human exposure to aluminum and the incidence of Alzheimer’s disease for half a century or more. Dr. Exley is not alone in his thinking. He is part of a growing number of experts making the link between aluminum toxicity and conditions like autism, diabetes, neuropathy, and cancer, as well as Alzheimer’s. You […]

fasting

We shrunk my plates, shrunk my portions, mostly eliminated lovely bread and beer from my diet, and so on. Yet old man metabolism methodically added, one gram at a time, more body fat than I could comfortably fit into my wardrobe. Even if I wasn’t too frugal to replace closet and drawers full of over-snug shirts and pants, I very definitely did not want to see a naked Santa Claus facing me in the mirror. If I didn’t draw the line at making me fit my clothes rather than my clothes fit a bigger, softer me, where would I draw that line? … XL, XXL?? Jaba-The-Hut??? This year I have not eaten lunch. There have been a few exceptions, but […]

vaccine comparison study revisited

Starting from the assumption that vaccines were good, valuable, and important, a Jackson State University study finds disconcerting patterns of injury to children by the simple expedient of collecting real data from vaccinated and unvaccinated children. This SHOULD be a wakeup call. People SHOULD be inspired to learn about the natural immune system, which is an amazing, intricate, successful masterpiece of nature. Take care of it; it takes care of us. Reinforcing that is the $142 million that has been awarded to 337 vaccine injured families so far this year who had the tenacity, support and appropriate documentation to claim damages in the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VCIP). By what logic are the vaccine companies immune to damages done by […]