Bridges Being Built For Wildlife Are Saving Thousands Of Lives

By Jessica Murray, True Activist

The wildlife bridges allow animals to safely pass over or under main roads.

An increasing number of animal bridges are being put up across the globe by conservationists to ensure the safety of the world’s animals. These relatively new wildlife crossings are a huge and innovative upgrade from the simple road signs on highways which show a brief warning that animals may be in the area. These bridge methods are being employed with the sole purpose of protecting wildlife and preventing human-animal conflict and in turn preserving the world’s ecosystems, by helping to stop habitat fragmentation. In the United States alone, estimations have shown that the current road systems affect the ecology of a huge one-fifth of the country’s land, whilst vehicle-animal collisions are costing the US around $8 billion a year, according to a recent report. Continue reading Bridges Being Built For Wildlife Are Saving Thousands Of Lives

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TSA Busted In Massive $100 Million, 40,000 lb Cocaine Smuggling Conspiracy

By Jay Syrmopoulos, Activist Post

San Juan, Puerto Rico – In a case highlighting the infiltration of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) by transnational criminal organizations, twelve current and former TSA officers and airport staff were indicted for allegedly trafficking over 20 tons of cocaine — worth over $100 million — into the U.S. over an 18-years timeframe.

Last Wednesday, a federal grand jury returned an indictment against the twelve defendants, who are charged with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine.

From 1988 to 2016 the conspirators allegedly smuggled about 40,000 pounds, or twenty tons, of cocaine through Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and into the United States, according to the DOJ. Continue reading TSA Busted In Massive $100 Million, 40,000 lb Cocaine Smuggling Conspiracy

How Your Chakras Are Related To & Affected By The Foods You Eat

By Kalee Brown, Collective Evolution

There are seven chakras within the body, running from the base of the spine to the crown of the head. Chakra is the sanskrit word for “wheel” or “circle,” because when they are balanced they spin and allow energy to flow. Chakras can become overactive, under-active, or even blocked, which can affect us both physically and emotionally.

You control the state of your chakras, whether it’s consciously done or not; therefore, you also have the power to balance your chakras yourself. This can be done through meditation, yoga, self-reflection, nutrition, energetic healing, crystals, or even just by being in a high vibration setting. Continue reading How Your Chakras Are Related To & Affected By The Foods You Eat

The Standard of Nobility

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Natural nobility. Credit: IB Times

By Steve Beckow, Golden Age of Gaia

Yesterday, I was discussing the Mother’s apparent gift of the image of the Jack of Hearts in my meditative conversation with her recently.

But there was more to the image. The Jack of Hearts appeared on top but a Ten of Spades appeared below it.

The Ten of any suit is the highest numerical card. I took that to be a metaphor for the Mother’s abundance, in which case the Jack of Hearts became the steward of the Mother’s bounty. Continue reading The Standard of Nobility

Great Political and Social Leaders Always Call Out the Bankers

By Dylan Charles, Waking Times

A common thread between many of the world’s great political and social leaders is their willingness to call out the major banks and bankers for their complicity in establishing and maintaining economic tension and international conflict in our world.

Jesus whipped the money changers when he drove them from the Temple for turning his Father’s house into a den of thieves, and since the days of Christ, history is the story of a never-ending struggle between houses of finance and public interests. Continue reading Great Political and Social Leaders Always Call Out the Bankers

325 Food and Farm Groups Urge Jeff Sessions to Oppose Big Ag Mega-Mergers, Incentives

By Deirdre Fulton, Natural Blaze

Big Ag could score some big wins under newly confirmed Attorney General Jeff Sessions, roughly 325 food and farm groups warned on Monday, urging Sessions to reject agricultural mega-mergers that would put corporate interests above public health, small farmers, and the environment.

In a letter sent to Sessions and copied to members of Congress and state attorneys general, the massive coalition of organizations pointed to the “adverse and wide-ranging consequences” of three pending mergers between agrichemical and seed companies: Dow Chemical with DuPont, Monsanto with Bayer AG, and Syngenta with ChemChina. Continue reading 325 Food and Farm Groups Urge Jeff Sessions to Oppose Big Ag Mega-Mergers, Incentives