By Alexa Erickson, Collective Evolution
Big Pharma is known for putting profit before people’s health. Anonymous, for instance, pointed out that Big Pharma doesn’t want the general population to be aware of alternative treatments to curing cancer outside of chemotherapy. Continue reading Big Pharma Corp That Spent Big Bucks Keeping Marijuana Illegal Gets DEA Approval For Synthetic Marijuana
By Steve Beckow, Golden Age of Gaia
A cast of thousands behind the scenes is staging our Ascension. They’re responsible for the production side, more or less.
What we’ve been tasked with is building Nova Earth, a world that works for everyone.
You probably had no trouble with “building Nova Earth” but perhaps an involuntary laugh at the thought of “a world that works for everyone.”
Tee hee. How can a world be made to work for everyone???? Continue reading A World so Loving
By Makia Freeman, Waking Times
Anarchy vs. minarchy is the contrast between the idea of a society with no government (anarchy) or a small, limited government (minarchy). For many awake and aware people, the current state of the world is so dysfunctional that they have gone beyond the point of trying to justify our current governmental structures.
For this growing number of people of all nations and cultures, it’s no longer about left vs right, Democrat vs Republican, socialism vs conservatism or all the other false dichotomies that abound on the political spectrum. For many of us, there’s simply no point in investing time and energy into an illusion – the political illusion – while pretending it actually makes a difference. Why argue who is going to be the better slavemaster or the lesser of 2 evils? We are really only left with 2 choices: between having a small government or having no government. So which would be better for humanity, minarchy or anarchy? Continue reading Anarchy vs. Minarchy: Do You Want a Little Government or None at All?
By Alex Pietrowski , Natural Blaze
Experts cannot agree on a single, simple definition of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), but do agree that it causes unfavorable behavior in educational, professional and correctional institutions. Even the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), the bible of psychiatric diagnosis, defines it using a multiple choice test for an array of behavioral symptoms, demonstrating its clinical ambiguity.
Is a mental illness, or a learning disability? Is it environmental, or hereditary? Is ADHD curable, or not? Continue reading Experiments With Meditation Expose the Fallacy of Medicating Kids for ADHD
By Tamara Rant, Conscious Life News
In all my years of truth-seeking and soul-searching, I’ve learned that ultimately what we find depends heavily on what we are looking for.
I know many if not all of you have heard that saying before or at least something like it, which basically reflects upon the notion that what has our attention and focus the most and what we are putting our energy and drive into, will always affect the outcome of the situation(s) we find ourselves experiencing. Continue reading Pruning the Tree of Expectation: How What We See Has Roots in What We’re Looking For
By Andriana Eloha, In5d.com
It started with a now globally marketed idea of mass production of fake news. Which triggered all sorts of things, including a massive suspicion that it may not be the only thing people of this planet have been exposed to, that is fake.
The matter has already crossed the border line of the ridiculous and without a good sense of humor can not be listened to or observed any more. The agony of the forces of anti-consciousness has accidentally (?) highlighted an important area within the collective which the evolving parts of consciousness here should have taken a good look at, long time ago. But anyway, better now than never. Continue reading If Everyone Cared, Got Real, and Loved, We Would See the Day When Nobody Lied
The technique has utilized thousands of littered plastic bottles.
By Jessica Murray, True Activist
An Amsterdam-based company called Plastic Whale is embarking on a positive initiative to combat plastic pollution by reusing plastic bottles in an innovative and simple way. The company work to retrieve numerous plastic bottles, along with other debris from various canals around the city. Continue reading World’s First Plastic Fishing Company Wants To Rid The Oceans Of Pollution
By Anthony Tyler, Wake Up World
There are many different reasons for critiquing and criticizing the official reports of President Assad’s alleged sarin gas attacks on his citizens. The greater majority of these critiques do not have to involve the support of Assad, Putin, or an “Illuminati” conspiracy theory. By simply digging through some source material with a proper sense of critical analysis (see the Trivium Education for more details), the entire story begins to cave in on itself. Continue reading 10 Reasons to Doubt the Official Report on the “Chemical Weapons Attack” in Syria
By Paul A. Philips, The Mind Unleashed
The great seal on the back of the US dollar bill (above) is full of occult symbolism. Even the most hardened sceptic would have a difficult time dismissing the following features on the bill as mere ‘coincidence.’ Continue reading Money and U.S. Dollar Occult Symbolism