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It’s happening again! If you missed my last post about this back in October, check it out here. Take a look at the devastation in the photos below. Does that look like a forest fire to you?  The trees are untouched.  A firefighter battles a wildfire as it burns along a hillside near homes in Santa

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A report from the world’s oldest and most prestigious medical journal, The Lancet, has officially classified fluoride as a neurotoxin — in the same category as arsenic, lead and mercury. The news was broken by author Stefan Smyle, who cited a report published in The Lancet Neurology, Volume 13, Issue 3, in the March 2014

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Photo Evidence and video evidence has been relied on in academia, science, courts of law and elsewhere to prove or refute facts and theories – but those days are coming to an end. We live in a historic era.  Technological advances in the realm of computers and AI are taking place so rapidly that our world

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Many still do not realize that they’re chronically exposed to something that can deteriorate their health, and, unless it’s identified and remediated, can lead to premature death—an exposure that is completely invisible, tasteless, and odorless. The exposure I’m referring to is electromagnetic fields, or EMF. Electromagnetic fields are areas of energy that surround electronic devices.

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In today’s day and age of processed and “fast” food, much of what we eat is actually a detriment to our health.  I sometimes wonder why our society will go to great lengths to make sure our kids are safe and healthy in terms of things like car seats and vaccines, yet overlooks the profound

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The Pyramids of Giza are considered one the greatest wonders of the world. Each stone within the Great Pyramid is harmonically tuned to a specific frequency or musical tone. The sarcophagus in the center of the Great Pyramid is tuned to the frequency of the human heart beat. Astonishing experiments, conducted by Dr. Hurtak and colleagues

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