The Power of Letting Go
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Monthly Archives: March 2011
Yesterday, on Democracy Now, I watched a dialogue between a left-wing British journalist, Goerge Monbiot and renowned anti-nuclear campaigner, Dr. Helen Caldicott. Monbiot stated that the scientific consensus was as follows: exactly 43 people had died so far as a … Continue reading
Today at noon, thousands, more likely millions of people around the globe will be sending prayers of love and gratitude to the waters around Fukushima Dai-ichi. This co-ordinated action has been proposed by Dr. Masuru Emoto, author of The Hidden … Continue reading
Calcium Should Stay in the Right Place This is the first of an important series of postings I am composing on how to maintain both your heart and bone health. Why am I putting heart and bones together, you may … Continue reading
A lot of men share some of the same fears, age old fears. Topping the list are: being perceived as weak, becoming impotent, and losing hair. All signify loss of power. These are deep seated fears, and men will do … Continue reading
Besides their dramatic flavor, Japanese pickled plums have remarkable medicinal qualities. Their powerful acidity has a paradoxical alkalinizing effect on the body, neutralizing fatigue, stimulating the digestion, and promoting the elimination of toxins. This is the Far Eastern equivalent to … Continue reading
The multiple tragedy in Fukushima province has shocked the world, but people have short memories. Our attention span nowadays is very short, and we are easily distracted. The media feeds on this weakness of modern people and carries our attention … Continue reading
Why men should think twice before taking finasteride for their prostate Standardly prescribed medications may actually be suppressing the body’s natural defenses against deadly prostate cancers. How is this possible? New studies have shed light on how drugs like … Continue reading
Monsanto is generating new disease complexes Teams of medical researchers in Parkville, Australia and in Albany, Ohio have identified specific proteins present in Monsanto GMO grains. These engineered proteins trigger gluten sensitivity and can instigate celiac disease. Internationally, we … Continue reading
I have just written a post on how to consider increasing iron intake as a buffer against exposure to plutonium emissions from a stricken reactor. Plutonium is a greyish metal that is actually warm at room temperature. Radioactivity itself is … Continue reading
We have recently learned that new power cables have been attached to the Fukushima Daiichi plant. Obviously, this is heartening news, although it remains to be seen whether the pumps are still functional once electricity has been restored. The IAEA … Continue reading