First physical evidence of tobacco in Mayan container

Jan 31, 2012 by

Anthropologists and other scientists have used ultra-modern chemical analysis technology to analyze ancient Mayan pottery for proof of tobacco use in the ancient culture. They discovered the first physical evidence of tobacco in a Mayan container. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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The Allies and the Occult

Jan 17, 2012 by

The epoch battle between good and evil known as the Second World War was fought on many fronts. Most historians of this global conflict have noted that occultism played a huge part in the politics and war ideology of the Third Reich. Fascist Italy’s use of esotericists and clairvoyants has been covered by a variety [...]

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Air Force Academy Defends Pagan Circle

Jan 08, 2012 by

Ever since the Air Force Academy in Colorado unveiled the Cadet Chapel Falcon Circle, an outdoor space dedicated primarily for use by cadets and staff who follow Pagan, Native American, and Earth-based religious traditions, its been dogged by controversy.   The circle, which was created in response to a genuine need among Pagan cadets, was [...]

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Down to a Quantum Sea | Brian Allan’s Voodoo Visions

Dec 28, 2011

It has frequently been suggested that in common with the bone-chilling tales of H.P. Lovecraft and what may have inspired them, the haunting and evocative poem Kubla Khan by Samuel Taylor Coleridge describes an alien but genuine world glimpsed by its author.   It is known that Coleridge, in common with many of the intelligentsia [...]

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Time to end the war on drugs

Dec 28, 2011

Ten years ago the Portuguese Government responded to widespread public concern over drugs by rejecting a “war on drugs” approach and instead decriminalized drug possession and use. It further rebuffed convention by placing the responsibility for decreasing drug demand as well as managing dependency under the Ministry of Health rather than the Ministry of Justice. [...]

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Swiss Government Study: Online Piracy Benefits Artists

Dec 17, 2011

The Swiss government has been conducting a study into the impact downloading has on society. This week their response was published and it was crystal clear. Not only will downloading for personal use stay completely legal, but the copyright holders won’t suffer because of it, since people eventually spend the money saved on entertainment products. [...]

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Added to our drinking water: a chemical ‘more toxic than lead?’

Nov 25, 2011

The ADA’s stance on fluoridated water hasn’t changed. But what has changed in the last 9 years is the growth of research which says ingesting fluoride may be harming, rather than helping. “It accumulates in your bones and other places as well,” said Dr. Griffin Cole, an Austin dentist and opponent of fluoridated water. Cole [...]

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