From Neurosis to Gnosis : Resolving the Virgo/Pisces Polarity

by Kit Walker Contributor, ZenGardner.com This month our exploration in non-dual astrology continues with a look at the Virgo/Pisces polarity. We are now having the full moon in Pisces (with the Sun in Virgo), conjunct Neptune in Pisces (the ruler of Pisces is Neptune), but we will be dealing with this polarity a lot in the coming months because Jupiter has also recently entered Virgo and will be there for around a year, opposing first Neptune and then Chiron, both in Pisces. Last month we looked at the Aquarius Leo polarity and saw how perhaps this polarity is about the … Continue reading From Neurosis to Gnosis : Resolving the Virgo/Pisces Polarity

It’s not just Windows 10, Windows 7 and 8 are also tracking you – here’s how to stop them

By Zach Epstein Windows 10’s warm reception has been sullied by concerns over data collection, usage tracking and spying, which is enabled in the new operating system by default. In fact, many people have avoided updating to Windows 10 solely due to concerns surrounding these issues. We told you how you can opt out of much of these data-collecting features, and we also pointed you to six free tools that will help stop other Windows 10 functions that may compromise your data. But as it turns out, Windows 10 isn’t the only Microsoft operating system collecting your data without your knowledge. Since the … Continue reading It’s not just Windows 10, Windows 7 and 8 are also tracking you – here’s how to stop them

A Perfect Example of Opportunistic Advertising

by Waking Times Video – Accused of selling food that makes the planet sick, McDonald’s continues to use all types of opportunistic advertising to attempt to make people believe that they care about the welfare of communities. Yet, next to Walmart, McDonald’s is the second worst paying corporations in the United States. RT’s Abby Martin discusses a new ad released by McDonald’s that uses tragic events to sell Big Macs, and why this is just the latest egregious act the fast food giant has committed. http://www.wakingtimes.com/2015/08/29/a-perfect-example-of-opportunistic-advertising/ Continue reading A Perfect Example of Opportunistic Advertising

Hangover Cure? There’s No Such Thing, Say Researchers

Since people first started drinking alcohol, the search has been on for a way to go heavy on the pour but light on the hangover. Unfortunately, two new drinking surveys suggest that search is probably futile. One poll, conducted in Canada, concluded that if you drink to excess, you’re going to have a hangover — no ifs, ands, or buts. A second poll, conducted in the Netherlands, suggested that chasing your liquid poison with food or water ultimately does little to improve the hangover experience. “There is a big difference between severity of hangovers and the symptoms people experience during … Continue reading Hangover Cure? There’s No Such Thing, Say Researchers

Alien Abductions: Skeptics, Debunkers, and the Facts at Hand

by David M. Jacobs One of the critical aspects of the abduction phenomenon is that abductees all say the same thing about what is happening to them, even though they do not share knowledge of each others’ experiences. For example, it would be interesting (albeit trivial) to know where aliens come from. If the abduction phenomenon is psychologically based—and therefore, not real—some abductees would simply invent a home base for the aliens, just as they are imagining every­thing else. We would then have a variety of origin theories. In fact, abductees seldom describe a “home base,” because the aliens they … Continue reading Alien Abductions: Skeptics, Debunkers, and the Facts at Hand