Strawman - Full Documentary - The Legal Fiction and Modern Day Policing Strawman is a cutting edge documentary like no other. It highlights the truth around debt, the Legal Fiction, Lawful and Legal, Debt Collectors, Bailiffs, and modern day Policing. The film gives a detailed overview as to how you can address these issues in your personal life, offering knowledge on how to Lawfully deal with any kind of authority, if you haven’t broken any Laws. Related: Why The Law Forbids The Medicinal Use of Natural Substances Drawing on the expertise of Trailblazers who have risked everything to deliver this usually unavailable information, Strawman will outline information that you would otherwise be completely unaware of. John K Webster, who has spent 18 months researching and making this film, has one goal… having noticed the increase of suicides in the UK that relate directly to monetary worries, he says “If this film saves one life, my work is done.”
Correlates of Markers of Oxidative Status in the General Population + Author Affiliations Received July 11, 2000. Accepted January 17, 2001. Abstract Oxidative stress has been implicated in the etiology of many chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease. The Science Behind How Our Auras Affect The Matter Around Us An aura is an energy field that envelops all living things. It is a fact that living beings emit energy in the forms of heat, light and radiation. Although not visible to everyone, there is evidence that auras are visible to some, particularly those involved in the holistic healing arts, which are backed by generations of ancestral tradition. If you are skeptical, and have never seen an aura, then you are not alone. Gary Hamel: Reinventing the Technology of Human Accomplishment Watch Gary Hamel, celebrated management thinker and author and co-founder of the Management Innovation eXchange (MIX), make the case for reinventing management for the 21st century. In this fast-paced, idea-packed, 15-minute video essay, Hamel paints a vivid picture of what it means to build organizations that are fundamentally fit for the future—resilient, inventive, inspiring and accountable. "Modern” management is one of humanity’s most important inventions, Hamel argues. But it was developed more than a century ago to maximize standardization, specialization, hierarchy, control, and shareholder interests. This video is an excerpt from the University of Phoenix Distinguished Guest Video Lecture Series.
Our Generation In the name of “protecting children,” the Australian Government’s so-called “emergency intervention” into Aboriginal communities in the remote Northern Territory, has taken away all existing Aboriginal land rights, suspended racial discrimination laws and placed over 70 communities under compulsory government control with subsequent measures of course having very little to do with “protecting children.” Instead, the outcome has been the disempowerment of traditional land owners, the further theft of Aboriginal land, the theft of resources, with the intent being to forcibly assimilate Aboriginal culture. Even as the then-prime minister Kevin Rudd made a well-publicised national apology for previous injustices brought upon Australia’s first indigenous peoples, the government continued to further remove and undermine the human and cultural rights of indigenous people.
Unveiled & Lifted (2013) Unveiled and Lifted, a new documentary experience from Lifting the Veil, fuses music, art and insight to create an engaging assessment of the current problems facing humanity along with potential solutions for pro-active alleviation. Focusing on self empowerment, self rule, individualism and 'being the change', Unveiled and Lifted offers thoughts from an eclectic array of authors, filmmakers, artists and freethinkers on government, schooling, parenting and the non aggression principle, religion and spirituality, agorism, voluntaryism, and other relevant topics and concepts that need to be addressed and expressed during these changing times. Featuring special guests: Kathy Fontecchio Jason Gregory Derrick J Freeman
The Nature of the Self: Experimental Philosopher Joshua Knobe on How We Know Who We Are by Maria Popova A mind-bending new understanding of our basic existential anchor. “The fate of the world depends on the Selves of human beings,” pioneering educator Annemarie Roeper wrote in her meditation on how poorly we understand the self. Indeed, while philosophers may argue that the self is a toxic illusion and psychologists may insist that it’s forever changing, we tend to float through life anchored by a firm conviction that the self is our sole constant companion. But when psychologist David DeSteno asks “Can the present you trust the future you?” in his fantastic exploration of the psychology of trust, the question leaves us — at least, leaves me — suddenly paralyzed with the realization that the future self is in many ways fundamentally different from the present self.
The Love Bite – Paranormal Interference in Human Love Relationships By Michaella Scott Guest Writer for Wake Up World “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.” ~ William Shakespeare, Hamlet Act 1 The Dark Side of Cupid When a love relationship ends in a volatile way and we get hurt, we generally either blame ourselves (for being inadequate and not good enough to satisfy our partners needs) or blame our ex (for being inadequate and not good enough to satisfy our own needs). Espionage History Archive In his analysis of the modern world, French Traditionalist thinker René Guénon noted that the true masters of revolutions, materialism and secularism were not actually ends in themselves, but only the initial phases in the occult processing of society. The ultimate end of the cryptocratic elites, Guénon believed, was the destruction of sacred tradition and the enthronement of infernal forces in a new counter-religion. With the experience of the Bolshevik Revolution and early-period Soviet intelligence’s forays into the realms of the esoteric, we have a powerful example of Guénon’s thesis in action, as recounted by contemporary Russian journalist Georgy Filin.
2012: Time For Change (2010) "2012: Time for Change" presents an optimistic alternative to apocalyptic doom and gloom. Directed by Emmy Award nominee João Amorim, the film follows journalist Daniel Pinchbeck, author of the bestselling 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl, on a quest for a new paradigm that integrates the archaic wisdom of tribal cultures with the scientific method. As conscious agents of evolution, we can redesign post-industrial society on ecological principles to make a world that works for all. Rather than breakdown and barbarism, 2012 heralds the birth of a regenerative planetary culture where collaboration replaces competition, where exploration of psyche and spirit becomes the new cutting edge, replacing the sterile materialism that has pushed our world to the brink.
Experimental evidence of massive-scale emotional contagion through social networks Author Affiliations Edited by Susan T. Fiske, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, and approved March 25, 2014 (received for review October 23, 2013) How to Take Care of Yourself When You Feel Like Shutting Down C Katt Krespach C Katt Krespach, NTPis a nutritional therapy practitioner and long time activist with a passion for the healing arts and social entrepreneurship. She is an author, public speaker, and entrepreneur. Follow Katt on Facebook, WordPress, Twitter, and Instagram. Latest posts by C Katt Krespach (see all) Why stay stuck any longer than needed? The Great Mutable Cross of 2016 Prediction - Naomi Bennett Blog Astrology Prediction of September Eclipse 2016 There has been a noticeable shift in social thinking and group action since September 2015 when the Lunar Nodes moved into Virgo/Pisces where Neptune has been for several years. Then Saturn moved into Sagittarius and a bit later, Jupiter moved into Virgo. These movements from Cardinal signs into Mutable signs have created a real shift in group and social thinking. After years of civil conflict in Syria, suddenly the public started to care about the death of refugees crossing the Mediterranean with the picture of one small boy lying dead on the beach.
HUMAN (2015) What is it that makes us human? Is it that we love, that we fight? That we laugh? Cry? Our curiosity?