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Orlando Shooting: Another Weapon of Mass Distraction

My first Saturday Night ThoughtFest experience was quickly overshadowed by the next act of insanity in Florida, when a gunman (or gunmen) engaged in the latest WMD, or “weapon of mast distraction”. The media calls this a terrorist event, and it was. However, the assertion that the perpetrator(s) was or were “inspired by ISIS” doesn’t ring true. What rings true to me…

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Politics and Common Sense: “Oil and Water?”

One of the two political conventions to nominate the next president of UNITED STATES CORPORATION is done, with one to go. Before the cameras, the entire world could see behind the façade of unanimity within the Republican party. Control? Yes. Force? Yes. Unanimity? No. Determined not to risk allowing even a dose of common sense to be broadcast into the…

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Reflections on Health, Healing, and Freedom

Austin, capital of Texas, is a city of charm, diverse culture, warm hospitality, pleasant surprises. That is, it was for me after a visit that spanned a short but intensive five days. Traveling between cold weather fronts, and not the least inconvenienced thereby, I had a chance to meet and interview a small sampling of the amazing people who are…

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Wikipedia on MMS: Neutrality Be Damned!

Wikipedia change log

For several months now there has been a quiet “war” on Wikipedia with respect to its portrayal of the product known as MMS. Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia written and editable by anyone, made itself a popular and in some cases, invaluable reference tool by taking the science of search engine optimization to a high art. If you search for…

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A Visual MMS Response and New Beginning

A Happy New Year to ALL! 2012 – 1 is here, and so are we. Here’s to 2011 being a year of discovery and recovery; discovering our innate gift of healing that is within us all, and recovering not only health that has been hijacked by years of chemicalization and medication, but the sublime joys of living in health once…

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Is Informing the Public Jim Humble’s ‘Sin?’

The term “MMS” has taken on a life of its own, thanks to Jim Humble, a once itinerant contract gold prospector. On an expedition in the middle of nowhere he recognized that he had stumbled upon something of great importance when he helped two men, stricken with malaria, avert possible death after taking a hastily prepared concoction of “stabilized oxygen.”…

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Saying ‘No’ to War on MMS or FDA

It is common practice to refer to the unfolding situation with the FDA and the Miracle Mineral Supplement (“MMS”) as a battle; a war that must be fought, and “won.” To MMS proponents, it is a “right” that must carried forward to overcome a “wrong.” Of course, the FDA is thinking the same way, albeit with the roles reversed and…

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FDA: MMS is Harmful, and Gulf Oysters are 'Good to Go'

It’s great to be back home, even while the drama surrounding MMS continues to unfold. The FDA is, albeit unintentionally, calling more attention to MMS and itself by embarking on this latest smear campaign. It’s a smear campaign because due diligence has not been followed on the FDA’s part. This is becoming the rule, not the isolated exception. MMS is…

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All the News that's fit to DELETE!

It took me three days to produce and publish this video, but the delay helped me see what may be a more disturbing trend. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGlnOkU6KPA] Amid the rancor and ruckus of shock, turmoil, and indignation about the Gulf oil spill and (lack of) cleanup operations, we now have a case of disappearing news. A story that appeared on CNN.com on…

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Cleaning Up the Gulf: More Thoughts on Bioremediation

Bioremediation is a term that should be search and researched by every human who is looking for workable solutions to our environmental problems, the Gulf oil spill being the latest. Problems have a habit of getting larger the more we ignore, excuse, or rationalize them. They don’t go away. Sometimes when faced with a problem, we truly don’t know we…

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Gulf Oil Cleanup: Where's Bioremediation When We NEED It? And Why Isn't It Here?

The situation in the Gulf of Mexico has become personal. How well we respond to this very RESOLVABLE situation is a litmus test for EVERYTHING, not just how we do business, but our education system as well. I have driven over 1,000 miles in the past week, first to meet and interview three prominent microbiologists at the ASM Conference in…

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Oil Remediation: A NON-TOXIC Approach

The Gulf oil spill of 2010 can become the latest biggest disaster in recent history, or our greatest blessing. We get to choose. Most writers, pundits, and commentators will tell you about the disaster and how bad it’s going to be. Here you’ll hear about the blessing. I’ll tell you now; if we follow the line of remediation that is…

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Spirit of Film: "Filming Innovators, Inventors and Visionaries" with Adam Abraham

This is an interview I did recently with Randall Libero who hosts and produces Spirit of Film Conversations for the 7th Wave Network (www.spiritoffilm.net). [vimeo http://vimeo.com/11291333 w=520&h=400] Taking my camera afforded the opportunity to prepare the material for a visual, as well as a listening audience. While its run time is 53 minutes, I didn’t want to chop it up…

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First Video from Sheldan Nidle Montgomery, AL Workshop

Agarthans, Humanity’s Mentors [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1AIKJuHkYQ] I have had Sheldan Nidle as a guest on Talk For Food on several occasions. The first time was in April 2008, as one of the stops on my first seven-day “road trip” to Northern California. At the time hadn’t realized that I had actually read one of his early books, You Are Becoming a Galactic…

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Random Thoughts: Gratitude, Angel Valley, Structured Water

With this thing called life being many faceted, it’s quite possible to experience the full gamut of feelings, from profound joy and gratitude, to equally profound anguish and pain, in the course of a single day. Such are the signs of a life being lived, fully. If it is being loved fully too, then we’ve got the makings of something…

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On 'Death' and MMS

It’s been over two years since I was first introduced to MMS. While that represents childhood and adolescence in dog years, it seems even longer in “MMS years,” given the tremendous rise in acceptance of the protocol. The possibility of a death being tied the ingestion of MMS has been long speculated, especially before there were many experienced users of…

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History in the Making: Bio-Photon Presence in Structured Water Confirmed

I sat down recently to write about developments that are unfolding relative to the growing public consciousness and understanding of structured water, and instead wrote about the passing of Senator Edward M. Kennedy (1932-2009) and how it reinforced our perception of likely outcomes when dealing with brain cancer (and cancer in general) under current conventions of medical care. Whether drinking…

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On Being Beings of Conscious, Powerful Change

In the same way that, on surface appearances, it’s hard to tell the difference between a sunrise and sunset, we are at the threshold of a great awakening, or a greater sleep. What is your view? There is increasing evidence that homo sapiens, also known as humans, are very powerful beings, able to cure themselves of diseases and other life…

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Sheldan Nidle Workshop in Montgomery Alabama

On July 18-19, 2009, author and Planetary Activation Organization founder Sheldan Nidle (www.paoweb.com), will be in Montgomery, Alabama to conduct a workshop titled, Making Galactic Sense Out of Chaos. Some of the topics covered in this workshop include: Saturday, July 18 | 10a-5p From Collapse to Contact Rising from Global Collapse The Agarthan Connection Becoming Galactic Humans The Power of…

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An Amplifier of Subtle Energy Understanding

To anyone who has become familiar with my point of view, it is no news flash when I declar that all is energy. This is neither “me” nor “my” opinion, it’s a simple fact. Some opinions are true because they are true. Some opinions are “true” because the persons expousing them think they’re true. That is, until greater truths become demonstrable. It…

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