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America- Lowering IQ, One Glass Of Water At A Time

10 Aug
Česky: Pitná voda - kohoutek Español: Agua potable

Česky: Pitná voda – kohoutek Español: Agua potable (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I’d like to ask those of you reading this to suspend your disbelief and skepticism for the few minutes it will take to get through.  I encourage you all to watch the video I’ve referenced, to share your thoughts on what’s entailed here, and to research the content on your own.  I don’t claim to be a scientist, nor an expert, but when I saw this, I was utterly flabbergasted that it could even be possible.  It’s a scary thought, if it’s true, that we are voluntarily poisoning ourselves and our children.

Those of you who have followed my blog know that I am exploring an interest in the metaphysical; things like psychic ability, reincarnation, etc.  In this topic, much mention is made about the ‘third eye’, it’s function, and the belief that the pineal gland in the human brain is actually its location.  I started looking into this because I read something that mentioned fluoride actually calcifies the pineal gland, which alarmed me because of its significance to psychic abilities, and calcifying/stopping up/killing this gland, if indeed it is the source of these abilities, is definitely NOT a good thing.  What I found was way worse than that.

Today, as I was perusing some of the sites I was considering using for my ‘Related Posts’ section of a post, I ran across a post (can’t remember how I got there) entitled ‘Do Electromagnetic Fields Affect The Pineal Gland, Limiting Human Consciousness?‘.  This naturally piqued my curiosity, because of the possible relation of the pineal gland to certain metaphysical functions in humanity including enlightenment and ESP, so I read it, and clicked on a link it contained about fluoride because I’ve heard many people mention in passing that it was bad for us, and more recently, someone whose opinion I respect very much has mentioned more than once that fluoride is poisoning us.  This link brought me to a page that had many links regarding fluoride, and I was overwhelmed by the sheer number of articles, so I just scanned through and clicked one randomly.  I was very happy with my choice, because it ended up containing documentaries/public addresses on several subjects, some of which I may post about at a later date, but today, I’ll just focus on fluoride.   Continue reading

A Perfect World – It Starts With You

30 Jul
utopia-after-boom

utopia-after-boom (Photo credit: burningmax)

A perfect world.

I think most people have, at certain times in their lives, be that after indulging in some mind altering substances, or during upsetting events in our lives, consider either deeply or briefly, what a perfect world would be like.  Common thoughts on the subject are ‘In a perfect world, there would be no death’ or ‘In a perfect world, there would be no hunger’.  I’m feeling in a particularly philosophical mood today and would like to share my thoughts on the subject. Continue reading

America – Til Underverse Come

30 Jul

Warning: This post is possibly inflammatory, and if it upsets you, please read the ‘posting rules’ on the About page before commenting.  Thanks!

My new but already dear-to-my-heart friend over at Spirits and The Paranormal made a post yesterday about the her Maori heritage, and she and I got into a discussion in the comments about history and heritage, and I commented that I was envious about the fact that she (along with so many other cultures) had such a rich background to be rooted in and a part of. I bemoan the fact that as a 10+ generation American with nothing more exotic in my background than English and German ancestry that is so distant as not to even count, I have no ‘culture’ to claim as my own.

She replied the following:

But America has a lot to be proud of. You stood up to the English to get your Independence. That was a huge thing to be proud of and you ended slavery in the US. Okay it was 30 years after the Brits but you did it. Some countries still haven’t done that. You invented the mass production of the cars and lets not forget Motor City, Detroit produced so much at one point. You gave us Elvis and Motown. You don’t back down. You Americans do patriotism better than any other country on the planet. You perfected Space Travel. You should be proud. I can’t wait to come to AMerica. You have a rich culture, it’s just made up of every flag in the world but sometimes you need a big melting pot to make the best product. Continue reading

Memorial Day: What You May Not Know

27 May
English: Members of the 3rd Infantry Regiment ...

English: Members of the 3rd Infantry Regiment (Old Guard) carry the casket of Frank Buckles to be buried at Arlington National Cemetery. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Memorial Day is the day that the federal government set aside to officially recognize the men and women who have given their lives in service to their country.  Now, I know not everyone supports the military, and I suppose I have to be okay with it, since thousands of men and women died to give you that right.  I, however, DO support our troops, past and present.  I may not always support their actions, or the intent of those giving the orders, but I do support the men and women who sacrifice their time, health, and all too often their lives for my right to think, act and talk any damn way I see fit.

So, in honor of this federally appointed holiday, and countless hours of paid time off of work for millions of Americans, I have compiled a list of things you may not have known about Memorial Day:

  • Memorial Day is to acknowledge those in the military who lost their lives during an American war, not veterans who died during peacetime.
  • Memorial Day was originally called “Decoration Day” because of the decoration of graves that occurred.
  • The red poppy is a traditional symbol of this day, and in 1924, an artificial poppy factory was created in Pittsburgh, PA, and employed veterans who needed work. Continue reading
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