BY NICHOLAS CONLEY Since the dawn of humankind, our particular brand of hairless apes has stared up at the sky wondering how we got here. Is there a higher power? A purpose? Why does the star-nosed mole look so freaky, and why is that lake in Senegal such a bright pink color? Well, we can’t necessarily … Read more THE UNTOLD TRUTH OF SACRED GEOMETRY
By Christina Sarich Our beautiful Planet Earth is a conscious and vibrant living entity. As our body has 7 major Chakras, so does the Earth. Energy flows through each of Earth’s main Chakra and makes up the spiritual body that is our world. The Chakras of the Earth are connected by energy circuits called Ley lines. This … Read more The Chakras Of The Earth, 7 Amazing Places Filled With Powerful Energy
By ListVerse Many ancient cultures speak of portals to other worlds and stargates where their ‘creators’ reside. Conventional wisdom tells us these tales are merely myths and legends. However, recent declassified FBI files have stated that our Earth has been visited by beings from other dimensions and planets. NASA has announced that “portals” do indeed appear … Read more 10 Ancient Sites That Might Be Stargates, Wormholes And Portals To Other Worlds
Authored by Helen Flatley An aerial photograph of a forest in Japan caused a stir on social media last month, as it appeared to show a pair of epic crop circles made out of trees. A crop circle is an area of flattened crops, typically a cereal crop, which produces a regular, circular pattern that … Read more Incredible Forest ‘Crop Circles’ Appear in Japan
The inventor’s vision of a global wireless-transmission tower proved to be his undoing. Image Courtesy of Library of Congress Authored by Gilbert King By the end of his brilliant and tortured life, the Serbian physicist, engineer and inventor Nikola Tesla was penniless and living in a small … Read more The Rise and Fall of Nikola Tesla and his Tower
Authored by Melanie Radzicki McManus If you’ve been out on a hiking trail lately, you’ve probably noticed them suddenly popping up everywhere – small, intentionally stacked piles of rocks, called cairns. And environmentalists worldwide are increasingly alarmed. Because moving rocks can have numerous unintended consequences for insects, animals and even the land. People have been stacking rocks since … Read more Scientists Say: Hey, Hikers, Stop Stacking Rocks!
Authored by Caroline Kitchener A growing contingent of Americans—particularly young Americans—identify as “spiritual but not religious.” Masthead member Joy wanted to understand why. On our call with Emma Green, The Atlantic’s religion writer, Joy asked, “What are they looking for?” Because the term “spiritual” can be interpreted in so many different ways, it’s a tough question to answer. I … Read more What It Means To Be Spiritual But Not Religious
Authored by IWB Copper…plain old Copper kills viruses and bacteria on contact!!! Copper pipes and pennies too??? EPA registers copper-containing alloy products On February 29, 2008, EPA registered five copper-containing alloy products. The registration allows the registrant, the Copper Development Association (CDA) to market these products with a claim that copper, when used in accordance … Read more Copper kills 99.9% of bacteria within two hours!
Authored by Aaron Kesel The shocking comments were made on the Jeff Rogan Experience (JRE) podcast last year. Carroll says that the fact that tiny particles like electrons and photons don’t have one set location in the universe is evidence that there are many parallel universes. Recently, in a follow up interview with News.com.au, Carroll expanded … Read more Physicist Says Parallel Universes Definitely Exist and We May Soon Explore Them
Authored by Stillness In The Storm Finding a suitable (and respectful) way to correct a person who maintains a wrong idea is something everyone should learn to do. After all, fake news abounds, meaning it’s very easy to take them as facts. What’s truly complex and what you should fight against is that disease that afflicts … Read more Sharing Truth With Dignity and Respect: Psychology of Correcting a Person Who Maintains a Wrong Idea