What Tibetan Medicine Can Offer Cancer Patients

Dr. Dorjee Rapten Neshar, a world-renowned Tibetan medicine practitioner, explains the benefits of this millennia-old holistic practice for those who have lost hope in Western interventions. By Elika Ansari Dr. Dorjee Rapten Neshar is the chief medical officer and senior consulting physician at the Bangalore branch of the Tibetan Medical and Astro-science Institute, which operates more than 50 medical clinics throughout India. Born in Central Tibet in 1964, he fled to India five years later to escape the Chinese occupation. Though he comes from a long line of traditional medicine practitioners, Dorjee was initially more interested in studying Western medicine than traditional … Continue reading What Tibetan Medicine Can Offer Cancer Patients


By Jon Rappoport, Guest Waking Times “The mind has no obligation to be a container.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport) ONE: The elite men who manipulate the masses do stand outside The Collective, but they’re not free. Their only power comes from diminishing the power of others. They don’t know any other kind of power. The idea that, within themselves, as individuals, they have creative fire is completely and utterly foreign to them. TWO: Every major covert op has the same objective: “defeat the enemy and thereby gain more control.” But control over what? Beyond the usual answers, the root answer is: … Continue reading THE INDIVIDUAL BEYOND THE COLLECTIVE CULTURE

End-times for humanity

Photo by Pete Ryan/National Geographic Humanity is more technologically powerful than ever before, and yet we feel ourselves to be increasingly fragile. Why? by Claire Colebrook is Edwin Erle Sparks professor of English, philosophy, and women’s, gender and sexuality studies at Pennsylvania State University. Her latest book is Death of the Posthuman: Essays on Extinction (2015). The end of the world is a growth industry. You can almost feel Armageddon in the air: from survivalist and ‘prepper’ websites (survivopedia.com, doomandbloom.net, prepforshtf.com) to new academic disciplines (‘disaster studies’, ‘Anthropocene studies’, ‘extinction studies’), human vulnerability is in vogue. The panic isn’t merely … Continue reading End-times for humanity