What It’s Like To Capture Chemsex, The World’s Craziest Sex Party

by C. Brian Smith I had to take a timeout from reporting this story and catch my breath at a Narcotics Anonymous meeting, so consider this your trigger warning. I was interviewing UK photographer Matt Spike about his recently exhibited series on “chemsex” (i.e., hedonistic, multi-day gay orgies at which participants inject a trio of disinhibiting party drugs — crystal meth, mephedrone and GHB), when I stumbled on a photo that shook my 5-year sobriety to its core: “Here’s someone in a sling being administered an injection of crystal meth moments before getting fisted up to the elbow,” Spike explained. Granted, I’d never been fisted, but I … Continue reading What It’s Like To Capture Chemsex, The World’s Craziest Sex Party

A FORMER CANADIAN DEFENSE MINISTER SPEAKS OUT ABOUT THE SECRET CABAL THAT RULES THE WORLD

by Buck Rogers, Staff Writer Waking Times The occult influence on today’s society is pretty much mainstream now. Even the most obvious of symbols, such as the one-eyed celebrity, permeate pop culture. It’s a meme that has gone from fringe to full-on famous, and it’s either real, or it’s one of the most persistent and coincidental collective fantasies of all time. A former Canadian Defense Minister, Paul Hellyer, says the conspiracy is real. He is well-known for sharing his professional insight into some our most enduring myths, including the presence of aliens on planet earth. Paul Hellyer, who was the Canadian Minister of … Continue reading A FORMER CANADIAN DEFENSE MINISTER SPEAKS OUT ABOUT THE SECRET CABAL THAT RULES THE WORLD

What a Lifetime of Adderall Does to Your Brain

by Ian Lecklitner Millennials were the first generation of Americans to be habitually prescribed stimulants like Adderall to treat ADHD. They were also the first generation of Americans to habitually abuse these prescribed stimulants as “study drugs” well into high school and college (a 2012 review found that the nonmedical use of these pills represent the second most prevalent form of illicit drug use in college, after weed). Many of these millennials have since become addicted to Adderall — prescribed or not — and their drug habits are accompanying them into the workplace: The number of American workers who tested positive for amphetamines increased by 44 percent between 2011 and … Continue reading What a Lifetime of Adderall Does to Your Brain

REPORT REVEALS HARMFUL CHEMICALS IN FEMININE HYGIENE PRODUCTS AND WHICH COMPANIES STILL USE THEM

by Anna Hunt, Staff Writer Waking Times A report published by the Women’s Voices for the Earth (WVE) group identifies potentially harmful ingredients suppliers still use in feminine hygiene products. The organization aims to eliminate the use of these toxic chemicals to lessen the threat to women’s health. Chemicals in Feminine Hygiene Products The feminine care market in the U.S. is a $3 billion dollar industry. About 80 percent of women use feminine care products, with pads and tampons being the most popular. Producers market these products as a necessity of personal hygiene. They advertise them using terms like “freshness,” “cleanliness” and … Continue reading REPORT REVEALS HARMFUL CHEMICALS IN FEMININE HYGIENE PRODUCTS AND WHICH COMPANIES STILL USE THEM

Here’s How Drinking Hot Tea Could Increase Your Risk of Cancer

Getty Images/EyeEm By JAMIE DUCHARME Smoking cigarettes and drinking too much alcohol both raise your risk for developing esophageal cancer, which affects the tube connecting the throat to the stomach. Now, a new study published Monday in the Annals of Internal Medicine finds another lifestyle linked to the cancer, this one more surprising: drinking hot tea, if people also smoke and drink alcohol. Among people who regularly smoked cigarettes and drank at least one drink per day, drinking hot tea was linked to a five-times higher risk of developing esophageal cancer, compared to those who didn’t do any of those three habits. In people who … Continue reading Here’s How Drinking Hot Tea Could Increase Your Risk of Cancer

More Proof Of Mass Mind Control Through TV, Monitors

Nervous system manipulation by electromagnetic fields from monitors  Patente  US 6506148 B2 Physiological effects have been observed in a human subject in response to stimulation of the skin with weak electromagnetic fields that are pulsed with certain frequencies near ½ Hz or 2.4 Hz, such as to excite a sensory resonance. Many computer monitors and TV tubes, when displaying pulsed images, emit pulsed electromagnetic fields of sufficient amplitudes to cause such excitation. It is therefore possible to manipulate the nervous system of a subject by pulsing images displayed on a nearby computer monitor or TV set. For the latter, the image … Continue reading More Proof Of Mass Mind Control Through TV, Monitors

The Fragile Generation

by Tyler Durden Authored by Lenore Skenazy & Jonathan Haidt via Jim Quinn’s Burning Platform blog, Bad policy and paranoid parenting are making kids too safe to succeed One day last year, a citizen on a prairie path in the Chicago suburb of Elmhurst came upon a teen boy chopping wood. Not a body. Just some already-fallen branches. Nonetheless, the onlooker called the cops. Officers interrogated the boy, who said he was trying to build a fort for himself and his friends. A local news site reports the police then “took the tools for safekeeping to be returned to the boy’s parents.” Elsewhere in America, preschoolers at … Continue reading The Fragile Generation