Space age biology and medicine, the launchpad for a new paradigm Annotated and expanded notes on the basis of a personal visit by the author and an interview conducted by […]
Watch what you say around your houseplants — they can probably hear you, and they might even be talking about you.
In the early to mid-twentieth century, behaviourists defined what it is to be alive. It was that effort, primarily that led by B.F. Skinner, that devalued human life enough to allow the century to be stolen, to allow us to be seen as herds of barely functional cattle. It is therefore with some delight that I reproduce this article, from one of the most widely read magazines in the US, which revisits what it is to be alive. The men who wrote the book, The Secret Life of Plants, had strong ties to the CIA and one always has to ask why now? Sometimes it’s a matter of finding a place to park the Truth so the Lie can live. Principles of Magic, so to speak. Editor
This article caught my eye this morning as I am currently in the middle of both investigating and validating the global tyranny of the Psychopathy under which we are living. Interesting food for thought. We have got to start learning to recognize these people, primary and secondary psychopaths. They are destroying the world. Editor
World Food Shortage Is A British Policy Success by Marcia Merry Baker April 2010 Photo: USGS. American methods of advanced agriculture can feed the world, but the British policy is […]
It is exceptionally difficult to know which of the two most destructive centres of social and cultural engineering to introduce first. They began and were at work at roughly the same time. They both exist and are operating at full-bore capacity today. One was/is the operative arm of the war machine, the banks, the propagandists. The other operates on the never-surrendered goal of a Freudo-Marxist world. They are each global and they use each other’s systems to enhance their own despite the fact that they may seem to be at philosophical odds with each other. In the end, it is likely that each believes it will best the other. For the moment, they walk in lock-step. They are indeed the left and right arms of the Predator.
…Joska Ramelow Während ich hier in der Sonne des Hinkelsteinlandes am Golf von Morbihan ein paar schwerelose Tage mit Zelt und Fahrrad in der Bretagne verbringe, ist das Stumgeläute der […]
Sarah Goodley speaks about Epigenetics; Mirjam Janse on Healing, Even the Audience; Mary Rodwell talked about Awakening the New Human and Maria Wheatley, From Atlantis to Stonehenge. Part Two of Three.
Welcome to the 1st Annual International Bases Conference hosted by Miles Johnston. Guests included John Cowrie, Sarah Goodley, Kerry Cassidy, Mary Rodwell, Gary Haseltine, Simon Parkes, Mirjam Jones, Maria Wheatley, Cathi Morgan, Kieron Lee Perron, Matthew Williams, and David Griffon.
“A nation,” he heard himself say, “consists of its laws. A nation does not consist of its situation at a given time. If an individual’s morals are situational, that individual is without morals. If a nation’s laws are situational, that nation has no laws, and soon isn’t a nation.” –William Gibson, Spook Country
Antioxidant Power to the Organic Consumer… …by Joska Ramelow New international study on food quality of ‘organic versus conventional’ casts serious doubts on the recommendations. of the 2009 UK Food […]