American Autumn: an Occudoc

Jul 06, 2012 by

Shot on the front lines and meeting spaces of the Occupy movement in NYC, Boston, and Washington, DC from the earliest days through the end of January 2012 American Autumn: an Occudoc is an inside looking out view of the occupy movement. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape Magazine

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American Kabuki: Are You Alone? Or Strategically Placed!

Mar 29, 2012 by

I hear from so many people who feel isolated and alone during this awakening and massive paradigm shift taking place around the globe. Spouses can’t wake up partners to the truth; family members and close friends think you’ve gone wonky, while the mainstream matrix mouthpieces keep up their barrage of derision against anyone who dares [...]

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10 Real Life Werewolves

Jan 26, 2012 by

There are many stories about werewolves or lycanthropy. Little red riding hood and the wolf that could mysteriously talk. An American Werewolf in London. Being Human. All STORIES of talking, walking, hungry wolf men.   But has any one really thought if this is actually a real case? I am here to tell you about [...]

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Why Are Medical Associations Against Alternative Medicine?

Jan 07, 2012

The medical profession has a long history of opposing alternative healing professions. he rules of engagement have changed; as the AMA is finding new “legal” ways to discredit and limit practitioners of natural medicine.   Alternative healthcare professionals such as chiropractors, naturopaths, and midwives have been targeted by the American Medical Association (AMA) for nearly [...]

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American Psychosis: What happens to a society that cannot distinguish between reality and illusion?

Dec 28, 2011

The United States, locked in the kind of twilight disconnect that grips dying empires, is a country entranced by illusions. It spends its emotional and intellectual energy on the trivial and the absurd. It is captivated by the hollow stagecraft of celebrity culture as the walls crumble.   This celebrity culture giddily licenses a dark [...]

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Mammoth Mummies Mysteries | History of Geology, Scientific American Blog Network

Dec 10, 2011

One of the most iconic movie-monsters is without doubt the “mummy“, mostly from ancient Egypt and with human shape (despite the fact that thousands of animal mummies are known). Still today we are fascinated by the effort put into the preservation of these bodies, the ultimate victory above decay and death himself. But there are [...]

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Ravens Use ‘Hand’ Gestures to Communicate: Scientific American

Dec 07, 2011

Ravens use their beaks and wings much like humans rely on our hands to make gestures, such as for pointing to an object, scientists now find. This is the first time researchers have seen gestures used in this way in the wild by animals other than primates.   From the age of 9 to 12 [...]

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The Great American Pill Party

Nov 24, 2011

A report released Wednesday says that in 2010, one in five Americans took medication to… See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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