The Miracle of Water: The Yin & the Yang

Feb 24, 2012 by

We all have the experience of rejuvenation and joy on a vibrant spring day when the sap is rising in the plants and the tree buds are bursting with new life. Water is at the very heart of life creation. Sitting by a waterfall or on the rocks at the edge of the ocean on [...]

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What’s really in the food? The A to Z of the food industry’s most evil ingredients

Jan 28, 2012 by

Ever wonder what’s reallyin the food sold at grocery stores around the world? People keep asking me, “What ingredients should I avoid?” So I put together a short list that covers all the most toxic and disease-promoting ingredients in the food supply. These are the substances causing cancer, diabetes, heart disease and leading to tens [...]

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Madness in the Fast Lane

Jan 08, 2012 by

A shocking film showing the bizarre events surrounding two women on a stretch of British motorway. This is not for the faint of heart and will leave you with more questions than answers. Deluded? Mind control ? How could they be hit by a car then get up and start fighting with police officers? See [...]

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Choir of the Crickets

Jan 07, 2012

Who knew that the Crickets sing like humans? Watch! That will open your heart … It seems that this sound comes from a CD released in 1992 by Jim Wilson & David Carson “God’s Chorus”. See it on, via Mindscape

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Secret gates of Great Pyramid to be opened in 2012

Dec 16, 2011

The secret gates at the heart of the Great Pyramid may be opened for the first time in 2012, a British robot company believes – solving a mystery that has puzzled archaeologists since 1872. Scoutek UK had already begun exploring behind the gates earlier this year – and produced the first-ever images from behind the [...]

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Jacques Vallee « TEDxBrussels 2011

Nov 25, 2011

Jacques has had a long-term private interest in astronomy, in writing and in the frontiers of research, notably unidentified aerial phenomena. His most recent book, The Heart of the Internet, is available free of charge on Google Books. He was awarded the Jules Verne Prize for a science fiction novel in French. See it on [...]

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Silbury Hill, the Pyramid in the Heart of Old England

Mar 24, 2011

Silbury Hill, Britain’s only official pyramid, dating from around 2,500 BC, is probably the largest man-made mound in the world. Lying at the heart of an ancient ritual landscape in Wiltshire, close to the world-famous stone circle at Avebury, it is a source of intense fascination to millions of people the world over. There have [...]

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