By Kalee Brown, Collective Evolution
Every day, millions of people suffer from cancer and the harmful effects that stem from conventional treatment methods. Many of these people are told by their doctors that their disease is “incurable,” comparing their lives to an hourglass whereby their time on Earth is quickly running out.
Cancer patients are led to believe that they only have two treatment options: chemotherapy or radiation, which are often coupled with surgery. Continue reading Doctors Told Him He Was Definitely Going To Die & His Cancer Was “Incurable” – So He Decided To Try Cannabis Oil
By Claire Bernish, The Free Thought Project.com, September 2, 2016 (Thanks to Golden Age of Gaia)
We have become a nation obsessed by often-hollow symbology, and as this week’s frothy contention over San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s protest refusal to stand for the national anthem, that obsession by corporate media and the public comes at the expense of confronting real issues for the purposes of reform.
In fact, the decision to sit out the Star Spangled Banner has a pointed nuance even Kaepernick and his supporters might not realize — Francis Scott Key’s song, penned during the war of 1812, glorifies slavery and oppression. Its rarely-sung third verse, as noted by the Intercept, states: Continue reading Five Critical Stories Americans Missed While the Corporate Media Bashed Colin Kaepernick
By Steve Beckow, Golden Age of Gaia
That was only one set of vasanas that went off over the holidays, what with the rising energies, solar eclipses, etc.
I’m a monk and an introvert by inclination. But I’ve also made agreements that will pull me more toward the extrovert side of the spectrum.
Those agreements will mean, at a future date, a lot of meetings, conference calls, lunches and dinners, etc. As an introvert, I don’t excel at these. I wouldn’t seek them out voluntarily. Continue reading Breaking Through to a New Paradigm – Part 2/2
By Patrick Henningsen, Waking Times
Much has been written about the approaching Police State in alternative media. Commentary ranges from various warnings, to shock and outrage, and fear over an impending martial law takeover in North America and Western Europe. It’s hitting us from so many different angles, and yet the mainstream conversation continues to be woefully inadequate in both characterising the situation and offering a remedy. Continue reading Oceania Forever: Rise of the Global Police State
By Anna Scanlon, Natural Society
Scientists have taken note that some pesticides on seed coating and soybean seeds are actually deadly for bees, even harming or killing large populations. Because of this, the Governor of Minnesota, Mark Dayton, has issued an order to limit the use of these particular pesticides, known as neonicotinoids. 
As mentioned, it isn’t all pesticides that are the root of the problem; it’s neonicotinoids, or neonics for short, which are nicotine-based. Such pesticides are effective at keeping pests away, but they may also be causing irreversible damage to our world’s and nation’s pollinators. Continue reading Governor of Minnesota Orders Restrictions on Bee-Killing Pesticides