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U.S. Politics: It’s a Sham Shame

It is a pleasure to be at a “normal” keyboard again. For any who have wondered, after being unable to raise sufficient funds to climb out of arrears in the place where I resided for 11 years, I accepted and cooperated with my landlord to vacate the premises via an eviction process. Of our belongings that weren’t given away or…

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Inertia and the Forces of Change

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Although change is the only acknowledged constant in the universe, inertia can be described as the tendency of whatever exists to continue or be repeated as it is. In other words, from moment-to-moment, that which exists will, for all practical purposes, appear to be unchanged. It is reassuring to know that the appearance does not represent the truth of the matter. All that exists is always different than…

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The Amazing Promise of Balance

The Amazing Promise of Balance

My most recent blog post presents as a theory or thesis, an idea that in time will be seen by all as a blatant fact. Some may even wonder how we could have been duped for so long. Until that time, We the People give tacit consent to our own unnatural and unnecessary downward spiral via widespread voluntary and involuntary chemical dosing. All the talk…

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The False 'Seed Thought' of 'The Protocols' of Zion

My most recent posts may appear to some as diatribes, especially when they include the suggestion to take a closer look at The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion which has been branded an anti-Semitic forgery. Anti-Semitism is to Jews what racism is to some black people. In the final analysis, they are both just words. However, if the heat of honesty and truth gets…

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Saying 'Good-bye' to Insane Social Doodoo

To go through life on Earth, each one of us steps into a reality that, from first breath to last, is designed to capture, influence, and thereby mold the psyche — which is another word for consciousness or life essence — for the benefit and advantage of someone other than you or me. As a consequence of many apparent, but false “truths,” we are in deep…

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Life v. the Unrequitable Lure of Materialism

THE LIFE PRINCIPLE For centuries man has been searching for the life principle in germs of matter. He might as well cast his nets into the sea to search for oxygen. There is no life in matter, nor is there death, for matter is but motion. Motion begins and ends, to begin again, but life is immortal. It has no…

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‘False Idols’ Among Us: The Gun

Another New Year is upon us. Let me add my voice to the chorus of well wishes for a more joyful, prosperous, harmonious, healthy, and enlightening era, from here on. There are many things that you and I can do to ensure it. For this entry I wanted to delve further into the subject of false idols, for there are…

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Money Obsession and the Appearance of Good Deeds

With what appears to be more frequency than an NPR pledge drive, picking up groceries at Safeway is eventually going to mean being asked to make a donation for cancer research, twice. If you’re using your ATM card to pay for your groceries, you’ll need to press a “Yes” or “No” button on the checkout terminal in order to get…

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Curing 'Reactionism' through Stabilized Imagination

Alex Jones hosts a nationally syndicated news/talk show based in Austin, Texas. You may already be familiar with him. From time-to-time I’ve listened to his highly-amped commentary. Needless to say, while we may agree on a range of issues, our styles are very different. The video linked below was produced July 26, 2012. By the title, RED ALERT: AMERICA UNDER…

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Apple's Brightest Light Dimmed

As I took photos of just my second Apple product ever, a tiny iPod Nano that has become part of my vision for a new concept in healing and well-being modalities (more on that soon), the announcement was broadcast on my car radio that Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple Computer Inc., had passed away at a brief 56 times around…

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Humanity to Its Own Rescue Through Information Science

Have you heard enough bad news lately? Have the experts thoroughly convinced you that we’re in over our heads and there are few places left to run? Even proponents of natural methods and modalities are convinced conditions are critical and “the fit is about to hit the shan.” Well, while the following thoughts may make you wonder what I’ve been…

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When ExtraOrdinary Technology Meets ExtraPerceptual Consciousness We ALL Win

Time flies when you’re having fun, or so the time-honored adage goes. But today, time seems to simply be flying. Your individual “fun mileage” may vary. The 2011 ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference was something that should be on everyone’s list who want to see “out-of-the-box” thinking in action. I had an intense weekend at the event in Albuquerque last week (some of…

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Remarkable MMS Insights, "Geeks Gone Wild," and Change Whose Time Has Come

In my Talk For Food video this week, I mentioned a remarkable information source that has emerged who articulates the underlying chemical behavior of MMS with amazing clarity. It evolved in the comment thread from a short clip that I posted three years ago on YouTube from my documentary, Understanding MMS: Conversations with Jim Humble. Naysayers have come and gone,…

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MMS Workshop: Back to Barahona and Haitian Memories

I’m heading back to the Dominican Republic, to do a Mulligan on the 5-day MMS Seminar and Workshop, in the coastal town of Barahona (pronounced, bah-RO-na). The timing of the FDA assault on MMS, where they mobilize their forces against a product that they have not given a fair, unbiased evaluation, in spite (or because of) the positive results people…

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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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Looking for ‘Spill Relief’ in All the Wrong Places

As large and far-reaching as it is, the April 20 oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico is but a microcosm of a larger tragedy that is playing out in front of our eyes, literally hiding in plain sight. And yet, if we wake up from our stupor and see the situation with fresh eyes and open minds, we…

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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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Photonic Water Video: Unintended Consequences of 'Processed' Water

Here is another segment of a conversation I had with Clayton Nolte about photonic water. I find that appreciation of the structured water difference is progressive; it doesn’t necessarily come all at once. Instead, it comes in inklings, which we might think of as faint “sparks” of truth. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUyPCu81QAg]

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EPC Technology Makes Energy Assessment Practical

Everything is energy, and therefore, is energetic. Problem is, we tend to consider only the energetics of what we see, feel, or taste, when energy encompasses far more than that. It’s hard to have intelligent conversations about things we cannot see with people who refuse to acknowledge their influence, such as the effects that a word spoken, or a particular…

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Sydney Morning Herald ‘Double Faults’ on MMS

Since tennis is my favorite sport, I’ve been watching the 2010 Australian Open with interest. But that’s not the only reason for my fascination with the world ‘down under’. It’s a world I look forward to visiting one day soon, a desire born of its many natural wonders, and friendships developed with remarkable people I’ve met who call this island…

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