Cannabinoids Kill Cancer and Our Government Has Known for 36 Years




'The article describes how cannabinoids, the active components of marijuana, inhibit tumor growth in laboratory animals and also kill cancer cells. Then it finishes off by saying that the US government has known for more than 35 years and that the media which would normally go crazy about a cancer cure story like this, doesn’t at all and in fact seem to be burying the story rather than promote it in any way. I for one am amazed at the government’s stance on marijuana and their failed war on drugs, which is more like a war on it’s own country. I guess too many people get rich off of the war on drugs.'


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The Tears of the Melting Heart

Doorway to the Heart Space



By Dr. Mark Sircus


'The most obvious confirmation that we are in fact moving in and through the doorway to our deeper beings are our vulnerable tears. Not the tears of self-pity, but the simple welling up feeling that almost always accompanies the crossing and crisscrossing of the barriers between the heart and the head. These tears are more like a divine fluid. The tears of the heart are precious and the pure in heart always cherish the liquid river of tears.'


My Tears Flow My Being Opens Totally
As your heart fills with feelings expand yourself,
prepare to meet the enormity of your own divine being.
The tears of the melting heart can melt all barriers
between you and your own deeper and higher self.'

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David Wolfe's Earthing Experiment - Part One






How Felton, Calif., Achieved Water Independence

Why controlling your water supply is so important.

“Providing clean, accessible, affordable water is not only the most basic of all government services, but throughout history, control of water has defined the power structure of societies,” Alan Snitow and Deborah Kaufman, filmmakers who documented the effort of Stockton, Calif., to fight privatization, wrote in the book Water Consciousness. “If we lose control of our water, what do we as citizens really control through our votes, and what does democracy mean?”

'In 2008, weeks after communities all over the United States celebrated the Fourth of July, the tiny town of Felton, Calif., marked its own holiday: Water Independence Day. With barbecue, music, and dancing, residents marked the end of Felton’s six-year battle to gain control of its water system. The fight, like the festivities, was a grassroots effort. For when a large, private corporation bought Felton’s water utility and immediately raised rates, residents organized, leading what was ultimately a successful campaign for public ownership and inspiring other communities nationwide.

Like many other communities with a privately controlled water system, Felton quickly experienced some of the drawbacks: skyrocketing rates, and little public recourse.'


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Canola Oil... Will Kill You






Where Do You Store Produce In Your Fridge For Maximum Shelf Life?



By Dr. Mercola

'A lot of people have become so far removed from natural foods that they will eye every minor imperfection with suspicion. But these surface imperfections, like small "bruises" on fruits for example, or a minute speck of mold on a piece of cheese, or a bit of wilting, is not what will make you sick. They can be cut off and the food will still be fine to eat.

The danger of spoiled food comes from bacteria you can't see, smell or taste. The vast majority of the food recalls in recent years have actually been processed foods and pre-packaged produce. Due to preservatives and packaging methods used, these foods may have looked pristine, but were still contaminated with disease-causing bacteria.

That said, if you know how to store your produce, you can make your food stay crisp and fresh longer, without adding unsavory chemicals to your diet.'


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Drinking alcohol can 'reduce severity' of arthritis


'Drinking alcohol can not only ease the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis it appears to reduce disease severity too, research suggests.

Scientists at the University of Sheffield asked two groups of patients with and without the disease to provide details of their drinking habits.

They found that patients who had drunk alcohol most frequently experienced less joint pain and swelling.'


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'HIV test a crime, AIDS 'cure' killed a whole generation'






Heavy Metals in Chemtrails How to Protect Yourself


Yikes! '15 mm of rain had 28.9 ppm heavy metals.'

'Heavy metals poison the human body. They cause a huge range of symptoms which includes most of the diseases and health problems you can think of, including death.

The rainwater was sent to a government laboratory and analyzed. The results of what was in the rainwater follow. (The "safe guidelines" are those that are set by the World Health Organization).

  • Aluminum. 780 times the safe level.
  • Arsenic. 593 times the safe level.
  • Manganese. 4,000 times the safe level.
  • Barium. 300 times the safe level.
  • Zinc. 8,000 times the safe level.
  • Iron. 2,000 times the safe level.
  • Boron. 4,000 times the safe level. (Boron is not meant to be present in the atmosphere at significant levels. Sprague, 1972).

What is the best way to get rid of Heavy Metals in the body?'



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What Improves Your Odds of Survival by 50 Percent?



'A new Brigham Young University study adds our social relationships to the "short list" of factors that predict a person's odds of living or dying.

In the journal PLoS Medicine, BYU professors Julianne Holt-Lunstad and Timothy Smith report that social connections -- friends, family, neighbors or colleagues -- improve our odds of survival by 50 percent.'


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Gel that can help decayed teeth grow back could end fillings


'A gel that can help decayed teeth grow back in just weeks may mean an end to fillings. The gel, which is being developed by scientists in France, works by prompting cells in teeth to start multiplying. They then form healthy new tooth tissue that gradually replaces what has been lost to decay.

Researchers say in lab studies it took just four weeks to restore teeth back to their original healthy state. The gel contains melanocyte-stimulating hormone, or MSH.

'We produce this in the pituitary gland, a pea-sized gland just behind the bridge of the nose.

MSH is already known to play an important part in determining skin colour - the more you have, the darker your flesh tone.

But recent studies suggest MSH may also play a crucial role in stimulating bone regeneration.

As bone and teeth are very similar in their structure, a team of scientists at the National Institute for Health and Medical Research in Paris tested if the hormone could stimulate tooth growth.'




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Vitamin D and Prevention of Chronic Diseases






7 year old on 3 psych drugs hangs himself



'Apparently the U.S. Food and Drug Administration had at least heard about the suicide of Gabriel Myers.
Myers' death by hanging happened in a Florida foster home last year, but that wasn't the main reason it triggered a major reaction at Florida's Department of Children and Families.

The real reason: He was 7 years old.

Whatever else might have helped lead such a young child toward ending his life, one detail was impossible to ignore: The boy was being treated with three different psychotropic medications.'


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Will Winter Rebuts Minneapolis Star Tribune Editorial Calling for Raw Milk Ban



'In the wake of raids and search warrants executed against raw milk producers and consumers in Minnesota (read “Food Freedom Under Attack in Minnesota”), the Minneapolis Star Tribune published an editorial entitled, “Recklessly Ignoring Raw Milk’s Danger- Ban on raw milk sales is needed to protect families”. Here is Dr. Will Winter’s response to the June 27 editorial

I am a person who has been a healthy and happy customer of Minnesota’s farm-fresh, organic and clean raw milk products for at least a decade, and, in addition, I grew up with it. As such, I’ve been mystified and stunned by the knee-jerk reactions and hostility expressed by the media.

Especially since the writers of inflammatory articles such as this one, show no sign of being scientists themselves nor do they seem familiar with the production, distribution and actual safety record of raw milk. Allegations are suddenly “facts”, incomplete and inconclusive investigations are now “indictments”.'


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People Begin Living Without Electricity and Water in California






Hot Air

Georgia Guidestones


By Mark Sircus



'Warmers and Democrats are once again getting overheated by their own propaganda, claiming 2010 is the hottest year on record. It is getting so pathetically obvious that the mainstream media and those corporations and people behind them are lying to the public about global warming. The Climategate conspirators have all gone back to work as if nothing happened now that summer is here and it’s hot. They conveniently forget that there is a southern hemisphere where it is very cold right now, thinking to fool everyone with their lies.

Do they really expect us to believe them with this or anything ever again? The whole world will pay a price for the continued lies of the corporate-controlled media for we are not preparing for what is coming. Paul Krugman was crying on Sunday bemoaning the failure to pass global warming and CO2 taxation in the United States. Yes it has been hot in the north but its winter in the southern hemisphere where it is abnormally cold.'


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We Become Silent: The Last Days of Health Freedom






Yeast Overgrowth: Will This Ever Go Away?


'Yeast overgrowth is a condition that we see in my office daily. Most people think of this as just a female related issue or a problem that's caused by taking antibiotics. But I see yeast overgrowth in both women and men; it’s not gender specific.

It's actually an organism that lives in our body and is there to digest carbohydrates to make it past the digestive system. So if you are a carbohydrate addict or at least an over consumer you may have a yeast overgrowth condition. Here are just some of the symptoms associated with yeast problems:'

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Why Do Doctors Prescribe Drugs that Kill the Nurses Administering Them?


'Powerful chemotherapy drugs may have taken a deadly toll on the hospital and clinic workers who handled them. Thousands of health care workers were chronically exposed to chemotherapy agents on the job for years before there were any safety guidelines. Now, some of those workers are being diagnosed with cancers that could be linked to that exposure.'

MSNBC reports:

"Multiple studies going back decades have found evidence of contamination in areas where workers prepare and deliver chemotherapy. Still more studies ... have found these agents in the blood and urine of nurses and others who handle them ...

Last year, [a] Danish study of more than 92,000 nurses found an elevated risk for breast, thyroid, nervous system and brain cancers in the nursing population."


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EPA Whistleblower Says Federal Government Covering Up Lethality Of Corexit And Lying About BP Gulf Oil Spill Water Samples To Save BP Billions


'Democracy Now has published a shocking interview with a top EPA official, Hugh Kaufman, who tells us that NOAA and the EPA are covering up the lethal effects of the neurotoxin pesticide dispersants and lying about Gulf Oil Spill water samples to save BP billions of dollars in fines.

In the interview with Democracy Now! Hugh Kaufman, a senior policy analyst at the EPA’s Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, reveals some appalling details to the public.'

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'Meat' the enemy: New food for thought from noted biochemist


Pat Brown hates animals. On your plate, that is. And he's going to do something about it. Why?

'The environmental cost of meat is just too high.The School of Medicine biochemist is taking a yearlong sabbatical — starting now — to figure out how to get you, me and, yes, even the rest of the world to stop bolting down hamburgers, chicken and ribs, and turn instead to beans, carrots and avocados.'

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What Your Local Hospital is Hoping You Won't Discover



By Dr. Mercola


'Americans Pay TWICE as Much for Health Care, but Receive the WORST Quality of Care'

'This was true in 2008, and over the past two years absolutely nothing has changed.

American medical care is still the most expensive in the world. We spend twice as much for health care, per person, than other industrialized countries. And we're still in last place among seven countries surveyed, when it comes to preventing avoidable deaths and providing quality care.

The US also has a drastically different range of life expectancy between people living in richer or poorer states. A 30- year gap now exists in the average life expectancy between Mississippi, in the Deep South, and Connecticut, in prosperous New England.

Sadly, the decline in life expectancy in these worst-off areas are primarily caused by a rise in a number of preventable diseases, such as lung cancer, chronic lung disease, and diabetes, highlighting the dire need for proper health education and preventive measures.'


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Swimming pool disinfectants linked to cancer

Swimming pools can give you cancer, because disinfectants in the water react with sunscreen, sweat, and skin to form a toxic cocktail of chemicals, a study has suggested.

'The disinfectant used to keep pool water free from disease can also react with swimmers' urine and hair to cause conditions including asthma and bladder cancer.

Products like sunscreen and oil are packed with nitrogen, which reacts with the disinfectant to create toxic chemicals capable of mutating genes.'


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Health Insurance Companies Stockpiled Billions in Profits While Hiking Premiums on Customers


'Non-profit Blue Cross and Blue Shield health plans stockpiled billions of dollars during the past decade, yet continued to hit consumers with double-digit premium increases, Consumers Union found in an analysis of 10 of the plans' finances.

Insurers must keep surplus money to ensure they can pay policyholders' medical bills if unexpected market conditions develop. Yet seven of the plans examined held more than three times the amount regulators consider the minimum needed to do that, according to a report being released today by the non-profit consumer group. "Consumers are struggling to afford health coverage," said report author Sondra Roberto. "Those funds could be used in some cases to mitigate these rate increases".'


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