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''Skip James - Devil Got My Woman''

I find it hard to ever think simply. I can never ask a question that has a short, minimal answer. I used to struggle with this in school when I was in English, if the task was to describe what you did over the holidays, I sure wouldn’t focus on actual events that happened in the holidays.  291 more words

Manchester

The elephant in the room is Jesus

I attended a panel discussion last week that was advertised with the title, “Good without God.” Knowing that one of the largest-growing groups in the country is the “nones,” those who answer surveys that ask for a religious affiliation that they have none, I wanted to hear what five from academia would say about their own spiritual journeys. 550 more words

Bible

Green Documentaries: Merchants of Doubt

A documentary that looks at pundits-for-hire who present themselves as scientific authorities as they speak about topics like toxic chemicals, pharmaceuticals and climate change.

The troubling story of how a cadre of influential scientists have clouded public understanding of scientific facts to advance a political and economic agenda. 231 more words

Health

Clairvoyance/Dangers

No psychical trouble arises in true initiation, but the premature and sudden flashing-up of the astral world may give rise to insanity. In clairvoyance, man is liberated from his physical body. 42 more words

Anthroposophy

The dangers of food

Our environment is in danger and you have probably already heard of it before. The atmosphere is warming up, polar caps are melting and the soil is facing heavy pollution and our population is growing on an increasing pace. 555 more words

The Effects of Outer Space on the Inner Body

Movies paint a grotesque, violent picture of what would happen to a human body when exposed to outer space. So what really happens if our bodies were to be exposed to outer space? 7 more words

Space Travel

Waking the Sheeple: My Words to You.

Audio version of this article

By ANDY HAYES
Columnist

I don’t know where to start.

How can I explain the dangers we face to the ones that would at best skim over the details I present? 1,441 more words

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