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how many strikes before GMO is out?

I won’t buy it.  Ever. Anywhere. For me, fasting beats eating poison.  “But shopping for non-GMO and organic is more expensive. “ Nice trick, globalists. Promote someone-else-pays health care, then rig the market to make everybody sick. Great takedown of civilized society.  Of course “they” don’t eat this junk themselves. That’s just for the peasant class … which is everybody else. Today’s news from ActivistPost.com is about what is in your “less expensive” potatoes.  One Potato, Two Potato, Three Potato, Four How About GMO Potatoes No More TOPICS:Catherine FrompovichGMOGMO Free DietGMO Toxins NOVEMBER 13, 2018 By Catherine J. Frompovich What’s the main selling point of the GMO potato? Its flesh stays white and doesn’t oxidize when cut. It doesn’t turn green, brown or […]

Hobo Stew

A couple generations ago jobless, homeless individuals roamed around, mostly hitching rides on railroad trains to seek better opportunities somewhere else. World-wide, nation-wide it was lean times, but that didn’t stop their optimism that it might be better somewhere else. The men who hitchhiked around the nation scrounged for survival and in their hobo jungle encampments often shared their own edible tidbits into a communal pot to create hobo stew. It is that sort of eclectic, varied collection of news stories I share with you today. While coming down home stretch, I am still mentally and physically focused on getting the last few pre-frost, pre-winter outdoor projects completed. I can’t take the time to turn these clips into full-blown, linked […]

get shot for free

It has been so long since I believed their mythologies that I am somewhat startled to find people still worshiping at their alter. For me distrust is earned. I choose to live in a world where trust and goodwill towards all are assumed. Sure I get burned from time to time, but not painfully so. Mainstream medicine has earned my skepticism. I continue to respect their expertise with broken bones and major wounds, but their ignorance about nutrition, natural systems and healing knowledge outside their pharma prescription training continue to show more holes than cheese. Worse, their financial rewards are based on actions unrelated to healing and disease prevention. The vaccine conversation looms large among their worst malpractices, demonstrating […]

senior sex for good health

The article from NewsMaxHealth itemizes these six benefits for older people who continue sexual intimacy. I can come up with more, but these are from an official doctor and study, not anyone’s personal experiences or theories. Click on the headline link to read the entire article. Sex After 60 Has Many Health Benefits You sleep better. Sex is related to more and better quality of sleep, say experts, especially when you may be struggling with insomnia – something that affects many seniors. Sexual intercourse releases oxycontin, the hormone that helps us relax, while decreasing the levels of cortisol, the stress hormone. Its an anti-aging tool. According to psychologist David Weeks of Scotland’s Royal Edinburgh Hospital, couples who have sex three […]

Cannabis: A Lost History

The DEA, Drug Enforcement Agency, is a construct that was conjured-up to squash political opposition and enrich friends of the rulers. I want you to read the following article and watch the video with the DEA’s proclamation regarding cannabis in mind. Schedule I Schedule I drugs, substances, or chemicals are defined as drugs with no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse. Some examples of Schedule I drugs are: heroin, lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), marijuana (cannabis), 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (ecstasy), methaqualone, and peyote The movie, by the way, is GREAT! It is an hour long. Set aside that time as if it were a Hollywood entertainment flick. You will be rewarded with something much, much better. While I knew […]

Conventional Medical Care Kills More People Than Heart Disease or Cancer

      Story at-a-glance The top 10 leading causes of death cost the U.S. economy $1.1 trillion, including not only direct medical care but also the indirect loss of productivity Conventional medical care was not listed as a top cause of death, even though research points to adverse drug reactions, medical errors, hospital-acquired infections, unnecessary procedures and other consequences of modern medicine as a leading cause of death Many of the leading causes of death, including cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and even infectious diseases like the flu can be warded off by a healthy lifestyle; imagine the lowered death toll, not to mention costs to the economy, if more people decided to take control of their health By […]

ALERT: It is worse than hot out there

Many of us have noticed that the sun seems intense this summer. A friend who works outdoors says he actually feels the sun abnormally burning, boring-into his skin. Another friend called yesterday reporting that their sophisticated photographic hobby drone refused to fly. It reported that: the electromagnetic field was too intense for the drone’s controls to operate. That took him to the Internet for investigation. Which, in turn, set him contacting friends to warn them about this intensity spike in solar energy reaching us. The Environmental Protection Agency publishes maps quantifying the intensity of sun rays striking our Earth. Reportedly, some places in Arizona and New Mexico are currently in a streak of unprecedented ratings of 14! The two maps […]

independence

I came across the article below in Waking Times. It describes recognizing and escaping The Matrix that nearly all of us live in. I am somewhere on the trail from here to there; quite happy to be looking at the machinations and mayhem from outside the tumult. Not that I can be fully removed from, nor that it won’t take me along when it goes down, but I will at least understand where I am and why along the way. It is far more peaceful to know when to drift, when to swim, and in what direction rather that futilely thrashing and flailing. I have been pondering what I might post on our “Independence Day”. Of course I was […]