What would make a doctor at the pinnacle of his career as head of the emergency department at University College Hospital in London walk away from his job? Furthermore, why would this same doctor open a laboratory, private practice, and offer free treatments to the poor of London from 1920-1928? What was he studying? What did he find?
Like many seekers of that time period, he was hot on the trail of the same discoveries Nikola Tesla, Royal Rife, and many others had come to realize.…
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It's rare that meaningful discoveries are lauded during the time period that they are discovered in. Especially now in the time of rapid information turnover and short attention spans. The work of Dr. Gerald Pollack is a continuation of humanities age-old fascination with water. However, given modern techniques, methods, and equipment available for use, it appears a new page has been added to the discussion.
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With a glance she's able to melt the coldest hearts of men. Her smile illuminates forests of still trees and activates ocean tides on a moonless night. Those that are in her presence are given gifts that make anxious children wait up all night on Christmas Eve. Her beautiful curves fire minds and immediately start thoughts racing towards endless summer nights. Those who attempt to tame her are left broken and withered like autumn leafs. Their emotions all the colors of the season. As she…Continue
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I must share with you the most important lessons to see you through any situation you will encounter. I know these words will find you when the time is right. I'm also sure that before you have read them, you will have experienced heartbreak, sorrow, loss, and other bumps life inevitably throws at us all. It is said that the difference between belief and knowing is that a knowing is deep rooted in every cell we've given you. Your…Continue
Many of the plants we pass in the background of our day are hard at work. They are employed by the planet as construction workers, teachers, security guards, and doctors. Arguably the top performers in each profession and certainly the hardest workers, never wanting or taking a day off in their life. Yet it is humanity that fails to understand much of their vital importance in each area. It is said that you don't miss a good thing till it is gone. This seems to be the case with our plant…Continue
As more light is shed on the areas of energy, frequency, genetics, and DNA, the old story from conventional science and physics that DNA is 97% junk is, well just that, junk. Dr. Masaru Emoto was closer to the truth when he stated that, “since we only aware of and activating 3% of our DNA, we are therefore 97% ignorant beings.”
From Russia comes more great work in the field of Linguistic Wave Genetics, a modern spin on an old theory that has had its methods and research in the dust…Continue
Does the intention behind your partner's thoughts and words matter? It appears as if science has delivered yet another blow to those that find themselves in a relationship with a less than ideal partner. By “less than ideal” I simply mean one who leans toward the negative, in addition to discouraging their significant other through…
Added by Jefferey Jaxen on April 22, 2014 at 12:10pm — No Comments
The most basic of the twenty-four principles or elements of the Universe found in the Indian holistic healing practice of Ayurveda is called “Prakruti” or creativity. As human beings, we are first and foremost creators. Our individual creativity is the essence of life on this planet. What we create is the only tangible thing that we leave behind when we die. Our life is the…Continue