(Justin Deschamps) Why is the rule of law so important? Why is May 1st such a significant occult holiday? Why does Q and the patriots talk about the rule of law and God so much? What is the connection between God, Law, and the US Constitution and the Declaration of Independence? The answers to these questions are some of the most significant things we could discuss, especially during this time of transition between the old way of tyranny and the new way of freedom.
(Steve Taylor, Ph.D.) Recently I’ve been working on a book about transformational experiences that occur in unusual and difficult situations. I have chapters on transformational experiences in soldiers, prisoners, alcoholics, or drug addicts, for example.
Known benefits of wearing orgonite include:
Helps awaken innate psychic senses; protects against harmful EMF radiation and frequencies; may help people accelerate the processing of their Karma; frequently remedies insomnia; structures water (humans are mostly water so people are being structured internally;) and repels/banishes negative non-physical entities.
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(Nanice Ellis) Even though 2020 might go down in history as “the year the world stood still,” something much bigger is happening behind the scenes. You see, while all eyes are on the global pandemic, our planet is on the verge of evolution. However, make no mistake, the convergence of these two events is no coincidence.
(Exploring Your Mind) In an increasingly competitive and individualistic world, knowing collaborative thinking could help society a lot. In the face of the challenges that await human beings, it’s essential to learn to think together in order to shape a better future.
Scott Mandelker PhD: The Law of One, Session 3 (Video)
(Doug Esse) To live as a Christian is to become living ankhs. It is a lifestyle of one who desires to intentionally embody the Law of One in our present incarnation.
(Elva Thompson) The belief of conventional science is that it (as an over-arching organisation) already understands the nature of reality in principle, leaving only the details to be filled in. And, as we know, that is where the Devil resides.
(John M. Grohol, Psy.D.) People seem to stubbornly cling to their preexisting beliefs, even when provided evidence to the contrary. In psychology, researchers have a name for this stubbornness — confirmation bias. It’s one of the most common of biases humans hold in their mind, called cognitive biases.
(Michael Bianco-Splann) No one is free from the trials and tribulations of living on planet Earth. The unfortunate truth is that a large percentage of the planet’s more than 7 billion inhabitants are, at this moment, hungry and suffering.
(Mickey Megistus) This article can be seen as an extension to my previous work, The Holy Septenate. In this article, I will explore certain subjects I had only touched on briefly. First, I would like to set the stage with a video and some profound quotes.
Take Responsibility For what You Should and Transcend Suffering: Jordan B Peterson on Responsibility and Admiration (Video)
(Exploring Your Mind) The wise words of Tacitus still hold true in modern times. Amongst the greatest of Roman historians, he addressed themes of power, honor, education, envy, and criticism.
(Caitlin Johnstone) We all showed up naked, slimy and clueless in a world of inexplicable sensory input we couldn’t make head or tail out of. We were then taught what’s what by people who showed up under the exact same circumstances a blink of an eye earlier.
(Exploring Your Mind) Throughout history, spirituality and religion have played a fundamental role in human lives. Psychology continues to try to determine their relationship with personality traits and how they influence each other. Find out more in today’s article.
(Justin Deschamps) The will to love might be the thing that makes it so. Ever notice how the mere desire to find a way to love something often fans the flames of that very spark of love? And the inverse is also true; the desire to hate a thing makes it so within our being.