Amazing Image Shows Bright Light and Sparks That Occur at Conception

A colleague was nice enough to pass along one of those stories that will just light up your day.

 In your mind’s eye, have you ever thought/pictured the precise moment when human life begins, that instant when sperm meets ovum? We see representations, but that falls short.

Well, what if someone told you human life begins (as Sarah Knapton, science editor for the Daily Telegraph, put it) as “An explosion of tiny sparks [which] erupts from the egg at the exact moment of conception.” The romantic in you might say, “What I always suspected.”

You can see this remarkable display of bright flashes of light–this “fireworks” here.

What explains this phenomenon which scientists had previously seen in animals and now for first time in humans?

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BPA Hormone Disruptor Found In 86% Of Teenagers’ Digestive Tracts

A recent University of Exeter study has discovered that nearly all teenagers tested are holding bisphenol-A (BPA) in their intestinal lining. The chemical that makes plastics stronger and more flexible was found in higher amounts in teenagers than in the general public, causing major concern since the hormone disrupting toxicant can affect the reproductive system.

“Researchers studied 94 teenagers and found it was almost impossible for them to avoid BPA products,” says Sky News. Eighty-six percent of them had BPA in their digestive tracts, but can only guess why teenagers have more than adults.

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DISEASES WITH UNKNOWN ETIOLOGY TRACE BACK TO MASS VACCINATION AGAINST INFLUENZA IN 1976

Crohn’s. Lupus. Autism. ADHD. Food allergies. Celiac disease. Sjögren’s syndrome. Polymyalgia rheumatica. Multiple sclerosis. Anklyosing spondylitis. Type 1 diabetes. Vasculitis. Peripheral neuropathy. The list goes on, and on, and on. We are being increasingly diagnosed with these conditions and diseases of unknown origin, and science has very little to say – why would autoimmune diseases and mysterious diseases of inflammation be so prevalent? When did this increase start?

As an observer and participant in modern biomedical research, and a lover of deep history, I tend to focus not on the immediate or last few years, but look for trends of accumulating risk over longer periods of time. Seeking an answer to the question of “when”, I used Pubmed to estimate, per yer, the number of studies and papers discussing diseases and conditions of unknown origin. I search for the term “unknown causes”, and also for the term “journal” to get some idea of the percentage of studies, papers and editorials discussing disease of unknown causes. I had no idea what to expect.

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Cobra ~ Power of the Goddess ~ 19th February 2018

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Power of the Goddess

As we have now entered the termination phase of the planetary liberation process, it is of the utmost importance to connect with the feminine Goddess presence and nurture qualities of love, compassion and tenderness to stabilize the transition and counteract the cruelty so prevalent on the surface of the planet:

http://recreatingbalance1.blogspot.com/2018/01/isis-astara-goddess-call.html

http://recreatingbalance1.blogspot.com/2015/04/notes-from-cobra-and-isis-conference-in_23.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXMoCm7GzKI

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THESE 15 DRAWINGS ARE AN INCREDIBLE REFLECTION OF WHAT’S WRONG WITH SOCIETY

For centuries art has been used as a tool for telling the human story. What we look like, what we do, artistic expressions of our society – all are encompassed in centuries worth of art.

Now is no different. We see in film and music today, people calling out various aspects of our society that need to be observed. Whether it’s bands talking about the prison like nature of our world or films drawing upon the underlying consciousness that makes up all of life, the reflection triggers are there.

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The Autism Epidemic and How to Stop It

We are facing an autism epidemic in which one out of two American children born in 2025 will suffer the devastating health consequences of autism. MIT research scientist Stephanie Seneff makes this prediction based on the current rapid growth rate of autism in this country. [1]

This growth pattern cannot be explained away by changes in genetics. Autism has been causally linked to vaccinations, based on research, parental reports and court case rulings.  Scientist Seneff also links autism with the growth of the dangerous herbicide glyphosate, widely used on crops. [2] read more

After Working In An Abortion Clinic, “Jane Roe” of Roe V. Wade Had A Major Change Of Heart

The Roe v. Wade story will forever be known as the case that legalized abortion, and led to the mass-killing of innocent babies.

Norma McCorvey, otherwise known as “Jane Roe” was instrumental in passing Roe v. Wade, claiming she was gang-raped and therefore wanted an abortion, even though later on she admitted she lied about the entire thing.

And while she spent her life working in an abortion clinic helping sentence babies to death, this major event changed her view on life entirely, and you won’t believe how she ended up living the remainder of her days.

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How Vaccinated Kids Infect The Non-Vaccinated

With the thousands of mainstream media articles blaming the non-vaccinated for disease outbreaks, this article will provide a necessary counterbalance by showing the vaccinated can (and do) infect the non-vaccinated… 

A groundbreaking study published in 2013 in the journal Vaccine titled, “Comparison of virus shedding after lived attenuated and ​pentavalent reassortant rotavirus vaccine,” referenced the fact that rotavirus vaccines contain live viruses capable of causing infection, shedding and even transmission to non-vaccinated subjects:

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Is Morality Judgemental?

J.R.R Tolkien, author of ‘The Lord of the Rings’, was asked countless times in his life, by members of different religions, philosophers and fans, to comment on the many morals one can take from his books. However, Tolkien always refused to do this, despite his books being so apparently full of life lessons. Tolkien stated that his stories, and the world he created for them, were simply “full of life”, and that he intended no specific morals to be gained by the reader.

I absolutely love this perspective. You see, we all can learn from life experiences as well as from reading books, watching movies and listening to music. But are these really morals?

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The Day I Died – The Dark Night of The Soul

“Please God, take me. End this suffering. I am done. No more of this. No more of anything. I am done.”

Like it was yesterday, I remember the first day I wanted to die, and meant it.

The despair, the feeling of being so utterly lost and frustrated that the only way out was to let this moment be the ending. The definite end of my life. It was the first of many days like this, a string of minutes, hours and days where my whole being cried for relief.

I was too sick to miss much of my regular life. I was disconnected from the world. I didn’t miss any of it, it seemed too distant. The family barely came to see me, and when they did, they would sit downstairs in the living room. Friends stopped inviting us to events, and none of them came knocking at our door.

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