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woensdag 20 maart 2019

The Ice Man explains - Under the skin - Wim Hof and Russel Brand

This Podcast from Russel Brand is worth listening and watching. His guest is no other than Ice Man Wim Hof. They talk about the imuun system, esoteric knowledge and plain old scientific terms. All about the brain controlling the body. All told with a healthy dosis of humor. Enjoy!

Source: Youtube

dinsdag 19 maart 2019

The World Needs Your Dire Attention!

Planetary Collapse Threatens Our Survival: A New Study Says that More than 1,200 Species “Will Almost Certainly Face Extinction”

We are witnessing a worldwide environmental collapse, and nobody seems to know how to stop it. As you will see below, a study that was just released that looked at more than 5,000 species of birds, mammals and amphibians discovered that nearly a quarter of them “will almost certainly face extinction”. Never before has our society faced such a massive collapse of life on a planetary scale, and yet the vast majority of the population doesn’t seem concerned about what is happening. Species after species is being permanently wiped out, and most of us couldn’t care less.

The time for action is now. According to this new study, over 1,200 species will soon be extinct unless dramatic action is taken. The following comes from the Guardian

More than 1,200 species globally face threats to their survival in more than 90% of their habitat and “will almost certainly face extinction” without conservation intervention, according to new research.

Scientists working with Australia’s University of Queensland and the Wildlife ConservationSociety have mapped threats faced by 5,457 species of birds, mammals and amphibians to determine which parts of a species’ habitat range are most affected by known drivers of biodiversity loss.

Once these species are gone, they will be gone forever.

And remember, this study from Australia only included larger creatures such as birds, mammals and amphibians. The situation is far more dire when we look at what is happening to the insect world. The following is an excerpt from my previous article entitled “Insect Apocalypse: The Global Food Chain Is Experiencing A Major Extinction Event And Scientists Don’t Know Why”

Scientists are telling us that we have entered “the sixth major extinction” in the history of our planet. A brand new survey of 73 scientific reports that was just released has come to the conclusion that the total number of insects on the globe is falling by 2.5 percent per year. If we stay on this current pace, the survey warns that there might not be “any insects at all” by the year 2119. And since insects are absolutely critical to the worldwide food chain, that has extremely ominous implications for all of us.

donderdag 7 september 2017

BRICS in Talks to Create Own Cryptocurrency in Another Blow to US Dollar

The Head of the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) Kirill Dmitrievhas stated that the BRICS may opt to create their own cryptocurrency for the purposes of global commerce.

A cryptocurrency is a digitally based means of exchange wherein the value of said currency is not determined by a central-bank. Most cryptocurrencies can be converted into state-issued currencies (Dollars, Euros, Yuan, etc.) through various foreign exchange services.

Currently, one of the biggest issues facing crypocurrency development is the fact that they are not backed up by any central bank. However, many also see this apparent disadvantage as a possible opportunity, particularly where unilateral Dollar based sanctions are concerned.

While the US Dollar remains the most popular global trading and reserve currency, this is rapidly changing. A BRICS backed cryptocurrency may be both the proverbial ‘Dollar buster’ as well as a ‘sanctions buster’.

In May of this year, China and Russia agreed to begin a process of trade in local currencies. Turkey and Iran have also begun steps to break away from the Dollar.

vrijdag 25 augustus 2017

Insider financiële wereld verteld levensverhaal: Ronald Bernard

Van 1982 tot eind 1994 werkte Ronald Bernard (1962) zich op tot in de binnenste kringen van de groep mensen die deze extreem gecorrumpeerde wereld in het geheim bestuurt. Maar toen hij moest deelnemen aan het ritualistisch offeren van kinderen kwam zijn geweten in opspraak, waardoor hij uiteindelijk zelf bijna fysiek stierf. Na een lange herstelperiode begon zijn tweede leven, waarin hij besloot om alles wat hij in zijn eerste leven deed te compenseren. In een interview met Irma Schiffers (1962) van Dutch Vision Movement (DVM) TV sprak hij openlijk over dit alles, en ook over wat er met hem als kind is gebeurd. Ook verwees Ronald daarbij naar de Protocollen van Zion.


woensdag 19 juli 2017

Leven is spelen. Spelen is leven

Kinderen krijgen steeds minder tijd en ruimte om vrij te spelen. Ouders werken harder dan ooit, politici maken zich druk over ranglijstjes, en scholen zijn gefocust op toetsen en resultaten. Ondertussen gaat er iets heel waardevols verloren.

Aan een oever van de Stille Oceaan, in het noorden van het Gazelle-schiereiland van Papoea-Nieuw-Guinea, leeft een volk van eenvoudige landbouwers. Door een naburige stam worden ze de ‘Baining’ genoemd, wat ‘wilde, onbeschaafde mensen in de rimboe’ betekent.

En onder wetenschappers? Daar staan ze bekend als ‘de saaiste cultuur op aarde.’ Je zou dan ook zeggen: waarom val je me lastig met een verhaal over een paar duizend boeren in the middle of nowhere?

Ik denk dat ik een goede reden heb. Het verhaal van de Baining is een metafoor voor deze tijd. Het is een waarschuwing voor de wereld waar we op afstevenen: een wereld zonder vrije tijd en zonder spel. Een wereld waarin alles draait om werk.

Laat ik beginnen met de nuchtere feiten: sinds de jaren tachtig zijn we veel harder gaan werken. Het aantal burn-outs Inmiddels kampt één op de acht Nederlanders met burn-out klachten, zo rapporteert het Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau (SCP).stijgt nog altijd. Zelfs kinderen hebben minder vrije tijd.

donderdag 19 januari 2017

Incredible plants that were used by Native Americans to cure illness

Wild ginger
Native American medicine is something that many people hold in high regard. Their traditional techniques and natural remedies are truly something to marvel at. Every Native American tribe has its own unique approach. The Cherokee, a tribe indigenous to the Southeastern United States, believed that the “Creator” gave them the gift of being able to understand and preserve medicinal herbs. A number of different herbs and plants can be used as medicine, as they once were.

Here are nine plants that the Cherokee tribe used to cure a variety of different symptoms:

1. Big Stretch (Wild Ginger)

Mild tea made from the wild ginger plant was believed to help stimulate the digestion process. The Cherokee believed it could also treat stomach problems, colic and even intestinal gas. Another Native American tribe, known as The Meskwaki, used pulverized wild ginger stems to treat ear infections.

2. Hummingbird Blossom (Buck Brush)

Hummingbird blossom was used to treat a wide variety of conditions. Traditionally, it was used as a diuretic to stimulate kidney function, but it was also used to treat inflamed tonsils or lymph nodes and other oral issues, as well as menstrual bleeding.

Modern day laboratory research has indicated that hummingbird blossom is great for treating lymphatic blockages and hypertension.

3. Wild Mint

Mint remains popular today as a tasty herbal tea that’s also packed with antioxidants. The Cherokee used mint to assist with digestion, and also ground the leaves up to create ointments or for use in cold compresses. Mint was also added to baths to help relieve itchy skin.