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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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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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Have you ever felt like we are living in a simulated version of reality and the real reality is being kept from us? Many of Silicon Valley’s tech elites feel the same way, so much so that two of these billionaires decided to reach out to scientists in order to help them break free from

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The seven chakras are the centers in our bodies in which energy flows through. A chakra (pronounced “cha”-“kra” with a resounding “ch”) is a center of energy. Originating from Sanskrit, it literally means “wheel” by association with its function as a vortex of spinning energy interacting with various physiological and neurological systems in the body.

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No number holds more esoteric significance than “33.” The number three is significant in all major religions. There is a Trinity for Christians, and a Triple Goddess for the ancients. The number 33 was important to secret societies and is often concealed within significant literary works. The Celts believed that everything happens in threes. The Triskele

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