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GRAHAM HANCOCK & HUMANITY’S TRUE ORIGINS

TOM BUNZEL | Graham Hancock is one of the most amazing modern explorers of both the planet’s material mysteries in terms of ruins and monoliths and the internal aspects of consciousness. I learned of his participation in the Contact in the Desert Conference at the Joshua Tree Retreat Center just prior to going to Illuminate, so I decided to drive through ...

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NOBEL PRIZE WINNING SCIENTIST TELEPORTS DNA FROM ONE LOCATION TO ANOTHER

ARJUN WALIA | The world of science is undoubtedly becoming more mysterious by the day. This is exemplified by multiple discoveries within the realms of quantum physics, parapsychology, and more — discoveries that have challenged (and continue to challenge) the current framework of accepted scientific knowledge. This kind of shift in ideology has happened many times over the course of our ...

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SCIENTIST PROVES DNA CAN BE REPROGRAMMED BY WORDS AND FREQUENCIES

COLLECTIVE EVOLUTION | We came across this article today and thought that it would be a great read for our viewers. It’s awesome information showing the true nature of our reality and how science is changing everyday, opening up to the possibilities of this reality. “Scientist Prove DNA Can Be Reprogrammed by Words and Frequencies By Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf ...

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HOW TO CONQUER DISTRACTION & BE SUPER PRODUCTIVE (5 TIPS)

DANIELLE FAGAN | Being pulled away from a task at hand is something we’ve all experienced. Some of us experience it more than others. The difference between those who achieve their goals and those who do not is that the achievers keep their eyes on the prize. There will always be Facebook, drama, hunger, phone calls, needy friends, pets, coworkers, a ...

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A 2,000 YEAR OLD ANCIENT GREEK ASTRONOMY “COMPUTER” WAS JUST DECODED

Today, when we think of a computer, we often imagine our laptops and iPhones as lightweight forms of improved technology from the bulky original versions with dial-up Internet. But what about a 2,000-year-old “computer”? Reminiscent of something out of an Indiana Jones film, the Antikythera Mechanism was used by the ancient Greeks to map astronomical movements and predict the transit of the ...

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THE ‘SHAZAM’ FOR PLANTS WILL IDENTIFY ANY PLANT FROM A PICTURE

ALANNA KETLER | An estimated 400,000 flowering plant species exist in the world, and, understandably, it can be difficult to keep track. The vast majority of us can only recognize and name a handful of plants, even if we would like it to be otherwise. If you would like to sharpen your knowledge in the wonderful realm of plant species, I have some good ...

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CHECK OUT THE LARGEST PLANET COLLECTION EVER DISCOVERED BY NASA

ALEXA ERICKSON | NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope mission just made history, announcing the discovery of 1,284 new exoplanets. This is the most new planets announced at one time, with 9 of them considered to be potentially habitable. “This announcement more than doubles the number of confirmed planets from Kepler,” said Ellen Stofan, chief scientist at NASA Headquarters. “This gives us hope that somewhere ...

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GENDER MYTH BUSTED: STUDY SHOWS NO SUCH THING AS MALE & FEMALE BRAINS

ARJUN WALIA | According to an article written for Psychology Today titled “ Brain Differences Between Genders,” written by Gregory L. Jantz, Ph.D., the differences between genders extend far beyond physical appearance and general character traits, comprising instead major distinguishers between male and female brains. Much research supports this view. Scientists know, for example, that sex hormones begin to exert their influence during fetal development, and a recent ...

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WHY I SAID GOODBYE TO AN OLD FRIEND & NEVER LOOKED BACK

RAJIE KABLI | What does it truly mean to miss someone? And why do we miss them? Was it their smile? The drama they brought into your life? Or some other, indefinable quality? I think what it really boils down to is the way they made us feel. Emotions are not only integral to the human experience, they also mirror it, ...

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CHARLIE CHAPLIN’S INCREDIBLE POEM ON SELF-LOVE

ALANNA KETLER | Charlie Chaplin is best known today as a comedian who starred in silent films from 1920 through 1950, recognizable even today by his iconic moustache and hat. While many people can still identify him as a silent film star, few people know just how insightful and intelligent he was. The scene from The Great Dictator in which Charlie speaks of our connectedness as ...

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