1. Lady of Light

    [Channeled] A Random Assortment of Important Messages (25 Messages) – Lady of Light – July 31, 2012

    Lady of Light July 31, 2012 I have been gathering random channeled bits of information for the past 6 months. These pieces of information, at this time, cannot be elaborated on as no further information is coming in on any of these subjects. So this leads me to present the...
  2. Denise

    Caffeine is good for your brain

    They are saying coffeine is good for us now..... Isn't it funny how often "bad" habits turn out to be good ones? Just look at caffeine in general and coffee in particular -- for years we've been told they're to be avoided. I've even heard of people calling on caffeine to be regulated like a...
  3. T

    Very healthy

    Today, scientists confirm that periodic fasting and following healthy nutrition system can prevent 90% of physical and psychological diseases, let us read ... What is dementia? Dementia (meaning "deprived of mind") is a serious cognitive disorder. It may be static, the result of a unique global...
  4. Unhypnotized

    Mind Reader device

    I stumbled onto this short intriguing article after listening to certain whistleblowers speak about secret government sections which have a technology to take your brainwaves and set your thoughts on a computer screen with out you realizing. It appears this version has to be strapped for the...
  5. Truth Vibrations

    Toronto woman dies after calls for help ignored

    A 66-year-old woman with dementia who wandered outside in bone-chilling temperatures has died hours after her calls on an east-end Toronto street were ignored, police say. The woman was rushed to Scarborough Grace Hospital after she was found without vital signs in the Brimley Road and McNicoll...

    Newer antipsychotics overused, U.S. study suggests

    Although first approved to treat schizophrenia, new antipsychotic medications are increasingly being prescribed for a host of other uses, even when there is little evidence they work, U.S. researchers said on Friday. The drugs, known as "atypical antipsychotics," have quickly eclipsed...

    Test for Dementia

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Below are four ( 4 ) questions and a bonus question. You have to answer them instantly. You can't take your time, answer all Of them immediately . OK? Let's find out just how clever you really are.... Ready...
  8. Unhypnotized

    Autism Research: Breakthrough Discovery on the Causes of Autism

    Imagine being the parent of a young child who is not acting normally and being told by your doctor that your child has autism, that there is no known cause, and there is no known treatment except, perhaps, some behavioral therapy. That is exactly what Jackson's parents were told as their...
  9. Unhypnotized

    Evidence mounts on links between cell phones and brain tumors

    David Gutierrez Natural News June 21, 2010 A growing body of evidence, dating back to the 1960s, suggests that brain tumors may be only one of the many health problems produced by our new wireless society will produce. Cell-phone technology “could lead to a health crisis similar to those...
  10. Unhypnotized

    Alan Greenspan Discusses The Fed’s Inability To See Bubbles, Is Confident There Is A

    Tyler Durden Zero Hedge March 28, 2010 The maestro managed to run away from the old folks’ bent on monetary destruction home just long enough to carry this amusing interview with Bloomberg TV’s Al Hunt. Tomes (will) have been written about Greenspan’s dementia, just as books will be available...
  11. Unhypnotized

    Gluten: What you don't know might kill you

    An estimated 99 percent of people who have a problem with eating gluten don't even know it. They ascribe their ill health or symptoms to something else--not gluten sensitivity, which is 100 percent curable. Quote: But eating a nice dark, crunchy slice of whole wheat bread--how...
  12. Unhypnotized

    Care homes forcing elderly to have feeding tubes fitted

    Sarah Boseley, London Guardian Thursday, January 7th, 2010 Thousands of elderly people are being forced to have tubes fitted so they can be artificially fed if they want to be admitted to a care home, a major report warns today. There is no evidence that tube feeding prolongs life, and it...
  13. Lady of Light

    Thanksgiving Shocker/ Prophecies

    Seems to fit right in with whats going on:
  14. Unhypnotized

    Chemical restraints killing dementia patients

    Owen Bowcott London Guardian Thursday, Nov 12th, 2009 As many as many as 144,000 people suffering from dementia are being given anti-psychotic drugs unnecessarily, according to a review ordered by the Department of Health. Excessive use of the medication causes an estimated 1,800 deaths and...
  15. CASPER

    Cincinnati Observatory Center's 40 Galileos Starry Messenger Project

    In honor of the International Year of Astronomy, The Cincinnati Observatory Center (COC) sponsored a contest to give away forty 8-inch Dobsonian telescopes to individuals and groups who will further astronomy education in the region. The 40 winners — selected from 145 applicants — were teachers...