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THIS UPDATE: 1. May 2012
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"Last Year's Man"
Our Beloved Founder
Sweet Jane's Corner
Recent Research on Medical Marijuana
Emerging Clinical Applications For Cannabis
A Review of the Recent Scientific Literature, 2000 — 2010
American as Apple Pie
How to smoke medical pot\
Marijuana Round-up: Best Pot Stories
How to grow pot indoors & outdoors
The New Dealers:
Is the recession driving Americans into
the economy's last growth sector?
Places of the Heart
۞ Sharon George ۞
WSPA is working with animal welfare organizations from around the world
to build the greatest ever animal welfare petition to persuade governments
to agree to international principles on the welfare of animals.
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Intriguing, prophetic, or just plain nutty?
Saved sinister files
Saved illuminating files
GNOSIS = Unified Awareness
of the Mind & Heart
Feed Your Head!
Symbolism of the Serpent
Quetzalcoatl Chrysopoeia of Cleopatra.
Full page from the alchemical Chrysopoeia of Cleopatra
Ouroboros & the Cosmos Gnostic/Alchemical Serpent Oroborous
Photo by Russell Lee.
Are Psychics for Real?
Psychic of the Month:
Nina Kulagina, the Soviet
They Live’ is a science-fiction movie from the Eighties that features aliens, a WWF wrestler and a whole lot of sunglasses. What’s not to like? While, at first glance, the movie appears to be a bunch of nonsense, ‘They Live’ actually communicates a powerful message about the elite and its use of mass media to control the masses. Is the movie describing what we call the Illuminati? This article looks at the deeper meaning of John Carpenter’s strange but fascinating movie ‘They Live’.
Teotihuacan: "the place where men become gods, or city of the gods"
Investigations at the Pumapunku Temple
The Los Angeles bunker from which Hitler planned to run the Nazi empire after the war. It sounds like the bizarre script of a Hollywood B-movie.
from a luxurious ranch deep in the LA hills.
In a parallel universe the Nazis have won the war, Adolf Hitler moves to LA where he mingles with the stars of the silver screen while running his evil empire from a luxurious ranch deep in the LA hills.
Scavenging for survival Nanotechnology offers Drug abuse soars among Bolivia takes over foreign-
in oil-rich Venezuela hope cerebal palsy pregnant US women owned business
Julian Assange's The
World Tomorrow: Moncef Marzouki
Laura Flanders and
Noam Chomsky: Corporate Power and Cooperative Potential
Bahrain's 'days of rage'
Celebs who started out as strippers
How Chinese battle Artists who should return Fiona Apple's bad, bad Egypt employs army to Harvesting Filipino
the housing crisis as holograms RS girl moments RS quell deadly clashes stories in Salinas
Women's Rights in the Middle East Peru: Undermining justice
Why Arab women still 'have no Occupy farms in Albany Are 4 big quakes in 2 days connected?
US troops encircle Iran 'Iceman' Mummy holds world's oldest blood cells
Chinese whispers:Murder, In search of Putins' Taliban claim deadly Anyone see the canary?
mystery money attack in Kabul
Thank you god: 23 arrested in Oakland Why are men & women so
Gignrich drops out different?
The Bigger the Cuts, The Worse
Who is more to be pitied, a writer bound and gagged by policemen,
or one living in perfect freedom who has nothing more to say? - Kurt Vonnegut
Life's Little Mysteries/LLM
Tree of Life/TOL
International Clearing House/ICH
Edge of Sports/EOS
Le Monde Diplomatique/LM
Moral Low Ground/MLG
Phantoms & Monsters/P&M
Skeptic Reading Room/SRR
National Priorities Project/NPP
The People's Forum/TPF
Le Monde Diplomatique/LMD
The Vigilant Citizen/TVC
In These Times/ITT
ART: Georgia O'Keeffe
Georgia O'Keeffe was born on 1887 and she died on 1986. She grew up in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. She spent a few years working as a commercial artist in Chicago. Then she went to Texas to teach art. She married Alfred Stieglitg a famous photographer. He saw how talented she was and gave Georgia her first exhibition. O'Keeffe paintings are realistic and abstract at the same time. She painted images of flowers, mountains, and skyscrapers. By the time she died in 1986 at the age of 99, she was recognized as the greatest American woman artist of the century. Then she moved to Mexico to paint her paintings.
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