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How Fear is Used to Turn You Against Spirituality

Posted by on Apr 17, 2015 in Blog, Daily Talk | 0 comments

David G, Guest / Waking Times   How Fear is Used to Turn You Against Spirituality David G, Guest Waking Times Fear is a weapon of social control used to manipulate thoughts and actions without people even knowing it. Today it’s used to control and alienate would-be practitioners of alternative spirituality. How has this happened and who stands to gain from it? By understanding how fear is used we can be free of manipulation in our choice of spirituality. If you were an early Christian (back when it was still an alternative religion) you had to be careful not to become food for a lion. Once Christianity was established, if you were ‘pagan’ or a ‘witch’ you had to be careful not to be burnt at the stake. Nowadays, unless you live in China where Falun Gong practitioners – who...

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Proof Of Reincarnation? This Boy Remembers His Previous Life As A Woman, Named Pam

Posted by on Feb 10, 2015 in Blog, Daily Talk, Inspiring Stories, Video | 0 comments

Collective Evolution   Proof Of Reincarnation? This Boy Remembers His Previous Life As A Woman, Named Pam Collective Evolution Do you believe in reincarnation? Is it something that happens to our soul when we die? Do we move onto another life in a different physicality and continue our evolution as souls? There are many different perspectives and opinions on this. There are also many religions based entirely around this concept, and amazingly enough, a lot of evidence that can directly support this theory. Take Luke for example, a little boy who vividly remembers what appears to be a past life as a woman who died in the 70’s named, Pam. “We shouldn’t define the soul by race or gender.” Watch the video below to heard about Luke’s story.     Further Evidence About Reincarnation Interestingly enough, this is not...

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Internet Trolls, Psychopaths, and General Haters – Here’s what they have taught me

Posted by on Jan 27, 2015 in Blog, Daily Talk | 0 comments

Visuals by Stanka / written by Alen Mischael Vukelić  Photo: Pixabay Internet Trolls, Psychopaths, and General Haters – Here’s what they have taught me by Alen Mischael Vukelić Social networks on the Intenet give a perfect possibility to see all kinds of human behavior simultaneously at one glance without the need for immediate interaction. You always have the time to read a comment, reflect on it, and give an answer – or not – appropriate to the discussion. You don’t have to answer right away, and exactly this gives you the opportunity to learn and to grow as a person. I think that when meeting people in person, we usually get overwhelmed just by someone’s appearance or facial expressions, which sometimes suffice to provoke an inappropriate reaction. I don’t want to say: Exchange your life for an online reality,...

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8 Ways Magic Mushrooms Explain Santa Story

Posted by on Dec 24, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk | 0 comments

 Douglas Main, Live Science / Waking Times   8 Ways Magic Mushrooms Explain Santa Story Douglas Main, Live Science Waking Times Santa and his bag of… magic mushrooms? The story of Santa and his flying reindeer can be traced to an unlikely source: hallucinogenic or “magic” mushrooms, according to one theory. “Santa is a modern counterpart of a shaman, who consumed mind-altering plants and fungi to commune with the spirit world,” said John Rush, an anthropologist and instructor at Sierra College in Rocklin, Calif. Here are eight ways that hallucinogenic mushrooms explain the story of Santa and his reindeer. 1. Arctic shamans gave out mushrooms on the winter solstice. According to the theory, the legend of Santa derives from shamans in the Siberian and Arctic regions who dropped into locals’ teepeelike homes with a bag full of hallucinogenic mushrooms...

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OSHO: Jealousy- Society’s Device to Divide and Rule

Posted by on Dec 16, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk, Video | 0 comments

Video   OSHO: Jealousy- Society’s Device to Divide and Rule What is jealousy? Society has exploited the individual in so many ways that it is almost impossible to believe. Osho goes to the roots of the phenomenon of jealousy.     Please leave a comment, and don’t forget to follow us for more articles and videos on Google+, Twitter, via RSS feed, or by simply subscribing to our newsletter at the end of this page!  ...

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China and the New World Order

Posted by on Nov 11, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk, Video | 0 comments

corbettreport.com  Photo: Pixabay China and the New World Order corbettreport.com Military tensions, cyber espionage accusations, a brewing currency war; with every passing day, the headlines paint a convincing portrait of an emerging cold war between China and the West. But is this surface level reality the whole picture, or is there a deeper level to this conflict? Is China an opponent to the New World Order global governmental system or a witting collaborator with it? Join us in this in-depth edition of The Corbett Report podcast as we explore China’s position in the New World Order.     Please leave a comment, and don’t forget to follow us for more articles and videos on Google+, Twitter, via RSS feed, or by simply subscribing to our newsletter at the end of this page!  ...

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Why We Stay Busy When We’re Not & The Benefits of Doing Nothing

Posted by on Nov 5, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk | 0 comments

Collective Evolution  Photo: Pixabay Why We Stay Busy When We’re Not & The Benefits of Doing Nothing Collective Evolution Have you ever sat down to relax only to notice yourself pick up your phone or laptop a couple minutes later to play some random time killing game or simply scroll aimlessly through your Facebook news feed? This is basically something we do to distract ourselves and we don’t even know it. We keep ourselves from truly just doing nothing. But why? Why do we stay so busy even when we are doing nothing? Earlier this year I finally completed a 2 year long project I had been working on (new documentary you can watch here!) I thought that once I was done I would finally have time to just chill out and do nothing! But it didn’t happen that...

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10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Woman

Posted by on Oct 29, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk, Video | 0 comments

Video / Introduction by Alen Mischael Vukelić   10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Woman I must say that I enjoy walking, be it in big cities, small towns, or ‘off’ road. I get totally absorbed by everything around me, and very rarely do I have to deal with other people – if I don’t want to. Well, I’m a man and I never really knew that for women this isn’t the case. I was quite shocked when my wife told me that this what you are going to see in the following video is totally ‘normal’ for a woman who’s doing something very insignificant like walking down a street in New York City. Of course I knew that women have to go through much more harassment than men (obviously), but the magnitude is just astonishing. When...

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When the Shale Runs Dry: A Look at the Future of Fracking

Posted by on Oct 29, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk | 0 comments

Sharon Kelly, DeSmogBlog / Waking Times   When the Shale Runs Dry: A Look at the Future of Fracking haron Kelly, DeSmogBlog Waking Times If you want to see the future of the shale industry — what today’s drilling rush will leave behind — come to Bradford, Pennsylvania. A small city, it was home to one of America’s first energy booms, producing over three quarters of the world’s oil in 1877. A wooden oil rig towering over a local museum commemorates those heady days, marking the first “billion dollar oil field” in the world. But times have changed dramatically in Bradford. Most of the oil has been pumped out, leaving residents atop an aging oil field that requires complicated upkeep and mounting costs. Since its heightin the 1940’s, Bradford’s population has steadily declined, leaving the city now home to only 8,600people, down...

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Over 2200 Architects & Engineers Crush The ‘Official’ 9/11 Commission Report

Posted by on Oct 27, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk | 0 comments

Collective Evolution   Over 2200 Architects & Engineers Crush The ‘Official’ 9/11 Commission Report Collective Evolution 9/11 Truth – A set of words that have become one of the most popular subjects of the past decade both on and off the internet. A subject that has become so popular and that has educated so many people that polls suggest more than 50% of the world doesn’t believe the official story put out by the American Government in the “9/11 Commission Report.” For a long time, people have been ridiculed for questioning the official story -being called conspiracy theorists, anti-American, crazy and many more derogatory names. But does it make sense to put these people into this category given all of the evidence that exists to suggest the official story isn’t true? We aren’t talking about far reaching theories that...

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The Grand Illusion of Time

Posted by on Oct 26, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk, Video | 0 comments

Video / Waking Times  Photo: Pixabay The Grand Illusion of Time Waking Times Documentary Film: The illusion of time – past, present and future – all exist together. Time is in essence a grand illusion that has taken a hold of our consciousness and conditioned our reality to believe in it, thus we then become enslaved by the illusion and suffer the karmas associated with it. ~Free Spirit   Please leave a comment, and don’t forget to follow us for more articles and videos on Google+, Twitter, via RSS feed, or by simply subscribing to our newsletter at the end of this page!  ...

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Salt-Water Powered Car Gets Approval In Europe – Yes It’s Real

Posted by on Oct 24, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk | 0 comments

Collective Evolution   Salt-Water Powered Car Gets Approval In Europe – Yes It’s Real Collective Evolution It works just like a hydrogen fuel cell except that the liquid used for storing energy is saltwater. This isn’t far from the water powered car, an idea labelled as a conspiracy by many despite the massive amount of evidence behind it. You can read more about that here. In this case (saltwater) the liquid passes through a membrane in between the two tanks, creating an electric charge. This electricity is then stored and distributed by super capacitors. The car carries the water in two 200-litre tanks, which in one sitting will allow drivers to travel up to 373 miles (600km). Overall, the four-seater is 5.25 metres (0.4ft) long, 2.2 metres wide (7.2ft), the 1.35 metre (4.4ft). “After making its debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor...

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Creating False Reality with the Green Screen

Posted by on Oct 21, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk | 0 comments

Heather Callaghan, Contributor / Waking Times   Creating False Reality with the Green Screen Heather Callaghan, Contributor Waking Times Who was it (Thomas Jefferson?) that said something along the lines of “Believe nothing that you read, and only half of what you see”? Manufactured reality hadn’t reached the feats it can now with camera majick. That is to say the speed of reaching a global spectrum and the technological advancements weren’t deployed at the time. Now, more than ever, it’s time to seriously question anything that comes acrossthe telescreen. This recent YouTube upload highlights both the clever deception and marvels of green screen advancement. Green screens are a staple and must-have tool for anyone in film production and similar fields. But if you think most TV episodes and movies are filmed on site…think again. In posting this video, showing clearly...

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The Practice of Gentleness

Posted by on Oct 20, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk | 0 comments

By Paul Kowalewski Photo: Pixabay The Practice of Gentleness by Paul Kowalewski We seem to live in such a compulsively “driven” culture – everyone so driven to succeed, driven by ambition, driven to perfection. As I sit in my desert garden on this refreshingly clear and quiet Sunday morning, I think about people going off to churches everywhere, and I wonder if perhaps they are somehow striving for perfection – are they being “driven” by a desire to win the big prize that comes at the end of the journey? As I look at my own life of faith, from my earliest days of childhood I was taught that Christians are supposed to “fight the good fight.” We were taught to look at life as a war between the forces of good and the forces of evil. We were...

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Is Ebola The New AIDS?

Posted by on Oct 14, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk, Video | 0 comments

By Russell Brand   Is Ebola The New AIDS? Russell Brand The Trews (E161) As flights are cancelled, communities stigmatised & mildly sick people fear for their lives, is it worth questioning what the biggest threat to our collective wellbeing is: rare tropical diseases, or the media coverage of them?     Please leave a comment, and don’t forget to follow us for more articles and videos on Google+, Twitter, via RSS feed, or by simply subscribing to our newsletter at the end of this page!  ...

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Shut The Fck Up! ‘Conspiracy Theorist’

Posted by on Oct 9, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk, Video | 0 comments

Video by James Corbett / Introduction by Alen Mischael Vukelić   Shut The Fck Up! ‘Conspiracy Theorist’ “There has never been a conspiracy in this country (U.S.)! This is how you respond to a conspiracy theorist.” (Just to let you know) This is a short quote from James Corbetts’ Eyeopener Report in which he speaks about the insanity of believing that the government would never engage in any kind of cover up operations. Just the idea of seeing politicians as saint-like beings who have no other aim but to serve the common good is far crazier than any conspiracy theory will ever be. Humans are corrupt and make huge mistakes – many times. Why on earth should these people be excluded from our holy club of incompetence? Where’s the evidence that this is possible? Scientific? Anything? The idea of...

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Love’s Illusions

Posted by on Oct 6, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk | 0 comments

By Paul Kowalewski  Photo: Pixabay Love’s Illusions by Paul Kowalewski I recently had a heartfelt conversation with someone who told me that he thought he had put too much undo pressure on his kids as they were growing up. He expected them to be honor students at school, to be heroes on the sports field, and always perfectly well-mannered. The Dad lamented: “I thought I pushed them so hard because I loved them and wanted the best for them, but now that I am older and they are all grown up, I look back and I wonder if I didn’t do this for myself?” The man went on to say, “I wanted people to praise me because I had such smart kids who were such great athletes and so well behaved–good job!” I told the Dad that I thought...

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Butterfly Effect

Posted by on Sep 29, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk | 0 comments

By Paul Kowalewski   Butterfly Effect by Paul Kowalewski The other day a disgruntled employee threw gasoline on a computer that controls air traffic at O’hare International Airport in Chicago – that one destructive act literally affected the entire world. In Chicago alone, 1000 flights were almost instantly canceled; and since this airport is such a central hub, millions of other people were affected not just in this country but all over the world – flights delayed, rerouted, often canceled. I’ve been thinking about that incident at the Chicago airport – thousands of angry and anxious passengers waiting in terminals around the globe, travel plans totally frustrated, ill at ease and unsure of what to do. I also think about how all those millions of people might have spent the remainder of their day – perhaps expressing their pent-up...

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At What Point Did We Start Accepting Our Insane World As The Norm?

Posted by on Sep 27, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk | 2 comments

Marco Torres, Prevent Disease / Waking Times  Photo: Pixabay At What Point Did We Start Accepting Our Insane World As The Norm? Marco Torres, Prevent Disease Waking Times Ever wonder when it was that we all started submitting to the terms of life as we are subjected to on a daily basis? When did we start accepting the poisoning of our water supply with fluoride and other toxins? When did we start saying it’s ok to pollute our food, the planet and ourselves? When did we start giving away our freedom of choice and giving it to the government? When and why did this happen to humanity and how could we let it happen? There are many theories, but definitive answers are difficult to find. If you look back at history, such instances of absolute illogical behavior are rampant....

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