Vodka For Spiritual Healing ? Crystal Skull Vodka by Errr…Dan Aykroyd


“All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must seem inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near. Hold out baits to entice the enemy. […]

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King understood that you can’t stop violence with violence. His approach to non-violence was not out of weakness but rather out of necessity.


Since the release of Apple’s iPad, Amazon has been running full screen advertisements touting the virtues of the Kindle. Is this effective marketing or a desperate attempt to hold on to their “first to market” advantage and rapidly declining market share in the ebook world.


What if you asked the spiritual leaders, gurus, scientists, artists, and everyday people of the world why we exist?


Who controls the press? Who gives them their directions? Here is one of many features that was done on me and my company in the New York Times. Notice how everything I said including my name and age is an “allegation” and everything anyone else says is a hard fact. I guess if you phrase […]


In Brazil, a showdown is intensifying over plans for a major hydroelectric dam in the Amazon rainforest. The $11 billion Belo Monte project was approved for construction earlier this year. If completed, it will be the world’s third largest hydroelectric dam. The Brazilian government says the dam will be a clean source for meeting Brazil’s energy needs. But opponents say it will devastate tens of thousands of indigenous Amazonian residents and threaten wildlife. At a protest in front of the Brazilian environment ministry Monday, indigenous activist Antonia Melo called for the project’s cancellation.

Antonia Melo: “This project is economically, socially and environmentally unfeasible. Therefore, we are asking for it to be canceled.”


As a retired clinical psychologist, Clark Martin was well acquainted with traditional treatments for depression, but his own case seemed untreatable as he struggled through chemotherapy and other grueling regimens for kidney cancer. Counseling seemed futile to him. So did the antidepressant pills he tried.


Hitler ‘wanted to steal’ Turin Shroud

The Turin Shroud, said to be the burial cloth of Christ, was secretly hidden in a Benedictine abbey during the Second World War because the Vatican feared that Adolf Hitler wanted to steal it.