How To Prevent Your Cell Phone From Ruining Your Relationship

by Soren Dreier It goes without saying that most of us are overly attached to our cell phones. And, while many of us recognize that we have bad cell phone habits, many don’t make an active effort to change, even when their usage is affecting their relationship. Here are some simple strategies you can use to make sure your cell phone doesn’t destroy your relationship. Prioritize Your Partner Over Your Phone This is an obvious point, but it’s still one that most people tend to disregard. Most of us are reasonable people; we understand that cell phone use is necessary … Continue reading How To Prevent Your Cell Phone From Ruining Your Relationship

Hellstorm – Exposing The Real Genocide of Nazi Germany (Full Documentary)

This documentary tells the tale that the victors still do not want you to know. Learn the terrible truth about the rape, torture, slavery, and mass murder inflicted upon the German people by the Allied victors of World Word II. This is the biggest cover-up in world history. Continue reading Hellstorm – Exposing The Real Genocide of Nazi Germany (Full Documentary)

Still seeking omega

The centre panel Education from the Chittenden Memorial Window at Yale University depicting Science (left) and Religion (right). Courtesy Wikimedia The Vatican still refuses to endorse evolutionary theory – setting a billion believers at odds with modern science by John Farrell (John Farrell writes about science and technology for publications includingForbes, New Scientist andThe Wall Street Journal. He is the author of The Day Without Yesterday(2005), and lives in Boston.) Edited by Pam Weintraub There was a moment in the recent history of the Roman Catholic Church when an influential Jesuit tried to forge a deep synthesis between religion and … Continue reading Still seeking omega

The Damaging Effects Of Jewish Intellectualism And Activism On Western Culture

By Roosh Valizadeh | In the past couple of years I began to wonder about the fact that Jews are firmly in the middle of leftist movements centered around socialism, communism, and feminism. The Culture Of Critique by Kevin MacDonald answered why they are so heavily invested in leftist causes and how they have damaged traditional Christian ideals by treating America as a cultural laboratory to further their own group interests above those of gentiles (non-Jews). Up to recently, Jews did not have a homeland, meaning they had—and still have—to live in countries where they’re minorities. Therefore they would … Continue reading The Damaging Effects Of Jewish Intellectualism And Activism On Western Culture

Music As Medicine

By majestic “Biometric trackers are helping scientists tap into the body’s response to songs and sound,” suggesting there is a way to measure whether or not music can function as medicine, reports the Atlantic: “Because you listened to Drake, how about Future next?” Photo: Tekke (CC) Pandora, Spotify, and other music-streaming services try to predict what users might like to listen to, based on their tastes and what’s popular with people near them. People make playlists for certain moods and activities—going to the gym, going to bed. But imagine if those apps could predict exactly which song would be best … Continue reading Music As Medicine

How You Can Manually Change the World: Turn Off Your TV

by Bernie Suarez, Guest, Waking Times It’s been called the greatest mind control device known to humanity, and amazingly it’s the one addiction that when truly broken can most change your life forever. Yes, that’s how bad this problem of mind control has become. You can cut the degree of mind control deception with a knife, it’s so thick. Freeing oneself from such a deep level of deception is a mental freedom you can only truly understand if you have experienced it yourself. Consider the prospects of going from a full state of being mesmerized in a controlled environment to one … Continue reading How You Can Manually Change the World: Turn Off Your TV

A Philosophy for Life Outside of the System

By Vinny Eastwood Zen Gardner is kind of like a truther philosopher: he’s fun, intelligent, and insightful, just the kind of personality you need in this field to prevent burnout and most importantly, to not take oneself too seriously. The “system” (meaning the way things are run) isn’t for everyone – some choose to get out of it, giving up their jobs, comfort and safety nets to find a better life. Moving outside of this system comes down to a choice, and that choice may take a lot of courage, but once made, many things we’re afraid of seem to … Continue reading A Philosophy for Life Outside of the System

The Secret History of Astrology

by Richard Smoley, New Dawn, Waking Times The history of astrology is in many ways the history of a polemic. The question of whether astrology works, as crucial as it is, is soon buried under other issues, such as what this might have to say about human free will and whether the stars and planets that govern our fates are benign, malevolent, or neither. These issues have been debated for thousands of years. Before we get into them, however, we should probably begin with why astrology is the way it is. To do this, we have to imagine what ancient people … Continue reading The Secret History of Astrology