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Is Long Hair Making Us More Intuitive?

 Back in the old days and the ancient times, many cultures embraced people with long hair, because they believed that long hair was a sign of strength and spiritual maturity. The Native Americans and the Chinese are just a few examples of the many cultures that value long hair, which was why the men and women of these cultures back then rarely cut their hair. Even though back then many cultures believed that having long hair was beneficial to the body, is there evidence today that supports the belief that long hair can make a person more intuitive? How long hair can make you more intuitive If you study Nature deeply enough, you should know that Nature would never create […]

PTSD for you and me

In reading the Neighborhood Emergency Response Handbook I found a lot of valuable information. I encourage you to purchase and read the book yourself. I share with you an insight the book gave me about PTSD – post traumatic stress disorder. Modern media would have you believe it is limited to young [foolish] people the military industrial complex sent to kill or be killed for fun and profit. It is more widespread than that. In the Neighborhood Emergency Response Handbook I found a discussion of PTSD for people who have experienced disaster of any source, in any role. Holey smokes! I have been-there-done-that… and been around other victims. I will send you to page 136 of the above linked book […]

Iatrogenic death = #1 cause in USofA

I am pointing you to an article so powerful and well assembled that I have difficulty finding excerpts that do it justice. Yet I respect the work that went into it too much to republish here. I will give you a few tidbits, but click on the links to read it from the original publisher. PHARMAGEDDON …Over 70% of Americans are on some form of pharmaceutical drug that often brings negative side-effects, including death. Iatrogenic death, or “death by doctor”, is considered the third leading cause of death in America, conservatively speaking. Some experts interpret the data to read iatrogenic death as the number one cause of death, and they have a great deal of evidence to back up […]

wild painkiller

In slang terms, this really is WILD! A weed right under our noses that is so useful it ought to be outlawed. I hate to say that for a couple of reasons, but I do suggest that you get some seed to work with before your protectors take it away. I post it here to help insure its availability, but all the links are from the source article at Before It’s News.com. You might want to go there to see the article in its natural habitat and original form. Click the link above to do that. -Ted   The Best Natural Painkiller That Grows in Your Backyard By Claude Nelson Contributor profile | More stories (Before It’s News)   […]

know what you are up against

The embedded article below is powerful, assuming you also watch the enclosed videos. The evidence of malfeasance against US is nearly overwhelming … and I mean that literally. It is easy to simply give up. I don’t think that is the proper response, and is certainly not the one I try to elicit by sharing information about The Rothschild/Bilderberg Group assaults on humanity and rational cultures of this planet. Knowing what is attacking our natural surroundings, and our own bodies carries hints of what we can do to survive, and thrive in the modified environment. Of course I hope we can spread the knowledge until eventually shutting them down. Meanwhile, take care, fix and repair what you can. There are […]

big rocks

I have posted this many years ago at IdahoLiberty.com. It deserves regular consideration. In case you haven’t seen it, or thought about it recently, Here it is. One day a time management expert was speaking to a group of business students and, to drive home a point, used an illustration I’m sure those students will never forget. After we share it with you, we hope you’ll never forget it either. As this man stood in front of the group of high-powered over achievers, he said, “Okay, time for a quiz.” Then he pulled out a one-gallon, wide-mouthed mason jar and set it on a table in front of him. He produced about a dozen fist-sized rocks and carefully placed […]

empty stroller walk

There are opinions, and there are facts. While “I THINK …” often precedes an honest expression of sincere opinion, it should not be confused with real world experiences. Robert De Niro was shocked when half of the independent film makers at a festival he co-organized threatened to boycott over the showing of an independent film. He pulled the controversial film rather than have the festival crash. TODAY had him on their show during that festival hoping for good footage of him attacking VAXXED. What he delivered instead had them fidgeting in their chairs. Oops. This boycott is unprecedented. It is organized, orchestrated. I will find out who and what is behind it. He is now co-sponsoring a $100,000 prize for […]

sneezing etiquette

Though nearly a decade old, this video on minimizing the spread of diseases should be shared again. The easiest reflex is to put your hand up to keep from blasting everyone nearby. But it is wrong. Mythbusters took on the sleeve VS hand and hankie in the lower video. While the upper one uses logic and expects you to trust them, as is their mission, Mythbusters finds a way to test the theory.