Aug Tellez, himself a victim of ritual abuse, explains the real nature and intent of A.I. -- "a vampiric consciousness bound into the super-computer system."Technology is being used to map human consciousness and study our psychological/psychic/energetic response, measuring resilience v. weakness. (The start of the talk is a bit rambling; don't be put off -- stick with it.)
In this interview (also found on the Podcasts page), I explain how the bacterial diversity of our soil has been destroyed by modern farming methods, leading to "monogut" or a very limited microbiome in our bodies today.A product called Restore, developed by Dr. Zachary Bush, manages to re-introduce something very important into our gut -- not the missing bacteria, per se, but their metabolites (carbon molecules) that signal to the mitochondria in our cells, and thus help in crucial ways to regulate our health. The concept behind Restore is pretty remarkable, and here are some reports by individuals who have tried it with great results.
Dr. Joseph Mercola interviews Kristin Comella. Interesting facts:We would only live an hour if it weren't for our stem cells. The best source of stem cells is our own body fat. You can have a small amount of fat extracted and receive a large number of stem-cell treatments from this source -- at regular intervals, as you become injured or develop health issues. Stem cells know exactly how to help regenerate tissues, without any manipulation by "medicine." People who eat healthy have the best body fat for stem-cell growth; smokers have the worst. This is a fascinating interview, and most of the therapies discussed in it do not involve the use of embryonic stem cells (from babies), but adult stem cells that are extracted, stored and administered for personal use.
Proof from Warren Woodward that smart meters disrupt the heart.We are electrical beings. It makes sense that the microwaves, pulses and voltage spikes continually delivered by "smart" meters are detrimental to us. See EKG proof in this video, explained by a doctor. Read more here.
A lawsuit filed against Baylor University describes Coach Art Briles' creating not only a winning team (for the first time in years), but a new kind of male bonding in the form of gang rape.
Excerpts from the Complaint:
Defendant Baylor University is a private educational institution with its campus located in Waco, McLennan County, Texas. ... Plaintiff was a student athlete at Baylor from the fall of 2011 to the spring of 2013. Upon her arrival at Baylor, Plaintiff joined the women's volleyball team. ... In February 2012, Plaintiff was brutally gang-raped by at least four, and according to some reports, as many as eight, Baylor football players. ... Prior to Plaintiff's arrival at Baylor, Baylor officials permitted a campus condition rife with sexual assault... In November 2007, Baylor announced that Art Briles had been hired as its new football coach. Prior to Briles' arrival at Baylor in 2008, Baylor football was comparatively one of the worst, if not the worst, team in the Big Twelve southern conference. It finished in last place in 13 of 14 consecutive seasons. Briles was brought to Baylor specifically to fix this problem. ... [From] 2011-2014 Briles' recruits would win an unprecedented 42 football games. After 15 years of finishing at or near the bottom of their football conference standings, Baylor was quickly on top of the Big Twelve conference. ... In order to ensure that a last-place team could recruit the players needed to win football games, Baylor's recruiting efforts used sex to sell the program.