Author Archives: Lala Rukh

The Wilde Weekly – Ayahuasca, DMT, Spiritual Healing

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Author: Stuart Wilde,

Author and Healer Stuart Wilde joins us to talk about pain, illness, and healing. However, we delve deeper into not just the psychospiritual causes of these maladies, but also their cures. We discuss ayahuasca's healing properties and how this magical brew can change not just the consciousness of a person,...

Tyranny Around the Corner

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Author: Andrew P. Napolitano

A few weeks ago, President Obama advised graduates at Ohio State University that they need not listen to voices warning about tyranny around the corner, because we have self-government in America. He argued that self-government is in and of itself an adequate safeguard against tyranny, because voters can be counted...

Baseworld Profiteering

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Author: David Vine

Every now and then, news about U.S. military bases abroad actually gets a little attention.  The most recent example: Afghan President Hamid Karzai’s announcement that the U.S. will be able to keep nine bases after the 2014 withdrawal of its combat troops.  (“‘They want nine bases... across the country, in Kabul, Bagram,...

The Split Man

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Author: Stuart Wilde

In the etheric, I watch people in the street say, I often see people that are split down the middle. It is like you can see right through them up the middle as in this picture. At first I did not know what it meant. But later, watching some of...

Tornado in Oklahoma – Worst Tornado in the History of The world?

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Author: Zachary Stieber / Video

A tornado tore through Moore, Oklahoma, a suburb of Oklahoma City, on May 20, reaching wind speeds of up to 200 miles per hour, flattening entire neighborhoods, and destroying Briarwood Elementary School. The death toll has reached 51, according to local broadcaster News 9, and officials expect the toll to...

Fever Reducers Do Not Affect Children’s Recovery Time From Infection

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Author: Trevor Stokes

A review of past research finds that fever-reducing drugs have no effect on the speed of children's recovery from an infection, contrary to the fears of some doctors and parents. Researchers have debated for decades whether lowering a sick child's fever helps the recovery process or interferes with the body's...

U.S. Bipolar Rates Soar Despite Heavy Use of Psychiatric Drugs

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Author: Carolanne Wright

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America has one of the highest rates of bipolar disease in the world with a staggering 5.7 million adults diagnosed. Characterized by periods of bone crushing depression swinging to cycles of mania, the disorder can destroy families and finances while shortening lifespan due to high suicide rates. Yet the disease...

Cannabis Linked to Prevention of Diabetes

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Author: Jeremy Laurance

Smoking cannabis may prevent the development of diabetes, one of the most rapidly rising chronic disorders in the world. If the link is proved, it could lead to the development of treatments based on the active ingredient of cannabis, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), without its intoxicating effects. Researchers have found that regular...

Why Rituals Work

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Author: Francesca Gino

Think about the last time you were about to interview for a job, speak in front of an audience, or go on a first date. To quell your nerves, chances are you spent time preparing – reading up on the company, reviewing your slides, practicing your charming patter. People facing...

Top Northern Ireland Policeman Gives Warning on Paramilitaries

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Author: David McKittrick

Support for Northern Ireland’s paramilitaries will persist until politicians tackle endemic poverty and youth unemployment, the country’s most senior policeman has warned, ahead of a huge security operation to protect next month’s meeting of G8 world leaders. Northern Ireland’s Chief Constable, Matt Baggott, pleads for greater efforts in countering the...