by Annie Dieu-Le-Veut
As a shaman, I’m guided by various spirits in the other dimensions including what we call ‘power animals’ that are usually half-human and half-beast. And so with my predictions for 2018, it’s been a great help to have the etheric equivalent of Dorothy’s Toto pulling back the green curtain of the Wizard of Oz! Continue reading
Supergreen Sound Essences
Supergreen Sound Essences come from the development lab of sound healer Colin Kingshott, just like many other exciting new bioresonant health product ranges that we’re now selling on The Holistic Health Store.
Colin says that his Supergreen Sound Essences contain the subtle nutritional vibrations of Nature in her various edible forms, which nourish us on the mind-body-spirit level with her bioresonant songs. Continue reading
By Annie Dieu-Le-Veut
When I talk of the magic of magnesium, I don’t mean the sleight-of-hand tricks of the stage conjurer. I’m talking about real magic, the kind that the goddess of the sea performs every single second of every single day and night in her submarine laboratory.
As a shaman, I have journeyed into the heart of this great mother of life, and from that I’ve learnt that she brings the power of alchemical fire in the salt water that floods through our every cell, giving us the energy and strength to magnetise good health and fortune towards us and through that empowerment, the magnaminity of will to help others.
The key to this great magical power is buried in our language:
From Annie’s Kitchen
Sauerkraut is a popular fermented food these days, although it’s usually made with white cabbage. But for me, ruby red cabbage sauerkraut is the sassiest lady in town and especially when she’s spiced up with garlic, ginger, chillies and caraway seeds.
Apart from the taste being out of this world, there are much greater nutritional benefits to red cabbage sauerkraut. For instance, it has the highest levels of naturally available Vitamin C on the planet. One cup along gives you 700 mgs, which is more than a week’s worth of Vitamin C if you go by the amounts that health professionals recommend. Continue reading
by Dan Lyman
Judge Andrew Napolitano praised Donald Trump as the first president to challenge the mysterious, controlling ‘deep state’ in the modern American era.
“The deep state has a very wise and shrewd adversary – the man in the Oval Office,” he said. “[It is] the first time in the modern era that the man in the Oval Office has been an adversary of the deep state, rather than a tool of it.” Continue reading
By Jerome R Corsi
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Will this be the final nail in the coffin for the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as “Obamacare?”
Federal court litigation provides evidence the Obama administration illegally diverted taxpayer funds that had not been appropriated by Congress in an unconstitutional scheme to keep Obamacare from imploding. Continue reading
by Annie Dieu-Le-Veut
The sudden plummeting from grace of the journalist Milo Yiannopoulos reminds me of the story about Icarus. In the ancient Greek myth, the artisan Daedulus makes wings for his son so that he can fly to the sun. However, the wings were made of wax, and so once Icarus got near to the sun, the wax started melting – and it wasn’t long before his wings disintegrated and he fell to the Earth. Continue reading
by Annie Dieu-Le-Veut
On the day that Tony Blair announced that the British people should rise up against Brexit, a new ICM poll for Change Britain confirms his delusion. 68 per cent of voters want the government to “get on with implementing the result of the referendum”, compared to just 15 per cent who disagree. Even more Remain voters (42 per cent) agree with the statement than disagree (33 per cent). Continue reading
by ANNIE DIEU-LE-VEUT
In this new video, Sandi Adams and I pass on our expertise in creating and protecting sacred space, which we believe is more important than ever.
Now, with one in four US students being diagnosed with a mental disorder and on SSRI drugs, there can hardly be any surprise that so many of them are being manipulated into rioting over issues that they barely understand. Some call them the Snowflakes, because they are so easily triggered into total meltdown. But it’s not just the drugs – there are also attacks from the astral planes which act like unconscious subliminals in that they can influence the behaviours of weak minded and vulnerable people. Continue reading
by Lance D Johnson
Monsanto public relations are fighting an uphill battle as they try to convince the world that their genetically modified crops are beneficial and necessary. More than ever before, informed people are skeptical of the so-called safety of GMOs and agrochemicals. When the International Agency for Research on Cancer declared that glyphosate was a probable human carcinogen, public opinion on GMO safety quickly shifted.
Now Monsanto must employ a new strategy to promote GMOs, one that paints dissenters as “ideologically driven” and “anti-science.” In the United Kingdom, Monsanto headquarters appointed former World Bank communications strategists Vance Crowe to head up a new position called “Director of Millennial Engagement.” This position was created to convince skeptical young adults that their anti-GMO views are fueled by emotion, not logic. Crowe is scheduled to tour the UK in 2017 and convince millennials that the benefits of GMOs trump the fear surrounding public opinion. Continue reading
The mainstream media have been very quiet about the fact that President Trump spent some time recently on the phone to King Salman of Saudi Arabia, and the upshot of the conversation was that the Saudis would support the setting up of safe zones in Syria and Yemen, for the refugees to be housed on their own land and in a secure way. By ‘support’, and knowing a little of this president’s methods, I would hazard a guess that it means the Saudis are paying for it, and that Trump will have it up and ready-to-go soon, and under budget. Continue reading
By Dr Mercola
Only nine days away from his swearing-in as president, Donald Trump held his first press conference since the election and announced that the pharmaceutical industry was “getting away with murder” and that during his presidency he would do something about high drug prices with more competitive bidding for federal contracts. His remarks sent drug stocks into a sudden nosedive. Continue reading