American by birth, I have lived in London for fifteen years and consider it my home. During that time I have explored many of the city’s esoteric sites and have concluded that this remarkable metropolis is only just beginning to reveal its true occult significance.
There are types of stories called “conspiracy theories” and the people who teach them are considered by “society” as crazy fanatics who often need medical treatment. What if I tell you that “society” should take some of that medical treatment, cause sometimes such incredible stories, nobody believed in, turn out to be 100% true.
by Rand Clifford Imagine a machine tunneling seven miles per day through solid rock, boulders and clay…virtually anything below the waterline. A machine whose heart is […]
by J. D. Heyes (NaturalNews) It sounds like some wild conspiracy theory or like something out of a science fiction movie, but it’s true: it’s […]
by Daniel Pinchbeck At last, we have reached the end of the classic Mayan Long Count calendar, the 5,125-year cycle that ends on December 21 of […]
by Peter A. Kirby Are miniaturized versions of the world’s largest ionospheric heater (HAARP) all around us modifying the weather? Have electromagnetic frequency generators been […]
by Brandon Turbeville Alongside the mysterious “booms” which were recently heard and felt all across the Pee Dee region of South Carolina, it appears that there were […]
by Mark Heley Although acceptance of psychic phenomena has become much wider during the last twenty years in western society, some aspects of psychic experience […]
by Bruce N. Gelerter, Lucid dreaming doesn’t work for everyone, but those that do find themselves able to induce lucid dreamslargely rely on a few popular […]
by Dr. Mercola, Special Contributor You may already be fully aware of the fight surrounding the latest California GMO labeling legislation known as Prop 37, […]
by Dieter Broers The following is excerpted from Solar Revolution: Why Mankind Is on the Cusp of an Evolutionary Leap, recently published by Evolver Editions/North Atlantic […]
David James Lees, Guest Writer The I Ching, pronounced “ee cheeng“, sometimes written as Yi Jing and also known as The Book of Changes, is an extraordinary classic text. […]
by Paul Fassa (NaturalNews) There has been some controversy over the activity of adding synthetic fluoride to municipal water supplies and elsewhere, but not enough. […]
by Noah Bonn You’ve been hearing it for a while: December 21st, 2012 is just around the corner. Better fasten your seat-belts, huh Dorothy? Sounds […]
by Philip Coppens There’s still time to join Philip Coppens for the live, interactive video course “Learning from Ancient Aliens and the Egyptian Wisdom Tradition.” […]