Author - Soren Dreier


Giordano Bruno The Brave

Go to Campo dei Fiori in Rome on 17 February and you will find yourself surrounded by a motley crowd of atheists, pantheists, anarchists, Masons, mystics, Christian reformers and members of the Italian Association of Free Thinkers, all rubbing shoulders with an official delegation from...

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The Mainstreaming of Psychedelics

“What brings you to Canada?” the Border Patrol asked Dr. Michael Mithoefer in the spring of 2015. Mithoefer, a psychiatrist, and his wife Annie, a psychiatric nurse, are pioneers in MDMA-assisted psychotherapy. Mithoefer had been invited to Toronto to address the largest gathering of...

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Glowing Rocks One of Nature’s Most Beautiful Phenomena

Looks at first like somebody threw a bunch of glowing beads on some rocks, but what you see here is actually alive. In a series titled “The Weeping Stones,” Tdub Photo, a photo and video company based in Japan, were able to photograph a group of bioluminescent shrimp, which they poured...

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Baby Boomers Are Drinking to An Early Grave

The “baby boomers”, those born during the surge of births between 1946–1964, comprise around a quarter of the population in the UK. In sociological terms they are wedged between the “Silent Generation” and “Generation X”. Brought up in the 50s, 60s and early 70s, boomers are distinct from...

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Marijuana’s Mystifying Misclassification

On August 11, when the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) rejected two petitions asking it to reclassify marijuana, Fox News anchor Shepard Smith did not try to conceal his contempt. “LSD, MDMA, a plant that grows in the yard—all one thing,” he said sarcastically...

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Lawrence – Manipulating Souls

The more we enjoy personal relationships with those we have been told are ‘others’, the less likely we will be to judge. That path has been a way of life for me, and I imagine a lot of folks have a similar path, realizing that it is through relationships that we evolve and are able to...

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Aging Out of Drugs

‘I’m at the point in my life where I’ve been doing this 20 years or so. [It’s been] probably 22, 23 years, and I’m ready to quit,’ said Clyde, a long-time methamphetamine user now in his mid-40s. When we met in 2011, he was beginning to grow weary from decades of partying and staying up...

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The Surprising Benefits of Prune Juice

Prune juice: It’s not just for granny anymore! This thick fruit juice can treat digestive problems, protect your heart and liver, and even strengthen your bones. That’s because prunes are simply dried plums, which means prune juice contains amazing plum benefits and more. When you look at...

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Restless Leg Syndrome – Causes & Treatments

It’s estimated that restless leg syndrome (RLS) affects more than one in 10 American adults every year (around 12 million people). RLS is a condition characterized by uncomfortable feelings in your legs, giving you a strong urge to move them in order to find relief. Because symptoms tend...

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Mangoes Unlock Marijuana’s True Potential

Summary: The chemical compounds that have been found within mangos have been discovered by science to be able to increase, strengthen, and even lengthen the euphoric feelings felt after smoking marijuana. This is great news for the marijuana community for both recreational smokers and...

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Join For Saturday’s Group Distant Healing Event

The Earth Heal Geoharmonic Research Project will be hosting a group distant healing event for participants around the world during the Venus-Jupiter Conjunction of Saturday, 27 August 2016. Why is a merged conjunction of Venus and Jupiter, appearing as a single star, so important? The...

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Italy’s Fragile Beauty

If you put a pin right in the middle of a map of Italy, you’re likely to hit Amatrice. A small, historic city known as “the town of the hundred churches,” it lies two hours from Rome and 3,280 feet above sea level, in the scenic Gran Sasso National Park, on the watershed between the...

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‘It Has Nothing to do With a Witch-Hunt’

I want to thank you Steven and Soren in particular for the real disclosure, which I at first didn’t want to believe until I did more research myself and tried to contact and interact with ZG personally to not avail. You and others who have spoken out and asked the right questions gave the...

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Sarsaparilla: The Healing Herb with Many Uses

There’s an herbal remedy that’s been used by native populations in Central and South America for thousands for years, shown to help relieve a wide range of problems from skin dermatitis to coughs. Starting in around the 1950s, European physicians considered sarsaparilla root a “tonic...

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Psychedelic Drugs to Treat Alcoholics

Treating an addiction to a mind-altering substance with another mind-altering substance might seem counterintuitive, but more and more, researchers are finding ways that psychedelic drugs like psilocybin mushrooms and party drugs like ketamine could actually help people get over alcohol...

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There’s New Hope About Ending Blindness

From the day Christian Guardino was born, his mother, Elizabeth, knew that something was wrong with his eyes. They would jiggle and jerk and roll up into his head. One eye turned inward. When she fed him, instead of gazing up at her, Christian would stare at the brightest light around—a...

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Why You Feel So Damn Stiff in the Mornings

Biologists from the UK have found evidence that our circadian rhythms are causing us to feel stiffer in the morning than we do at any other time of day. This means that our stiffness isn’t simply from laying still for hours, but a biological response that’s dictated by how our...

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How The Media Abandoned Louisiana

In Louisiana, we’ve got chips on our shoulders against the rest of America. The recent flooding in Baton Rouge is just the latest reminder why it’s warranted. In the past week, at least 13 people have died and tens of thousands have been evacuated from around Baton Rouge, Louisiana...

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Benefits of Melatonin

For millions of people, melatonin might be the answer to avoiding another terrible slumber. We know that sleep is highly important to maintaining the health of the entire body and warding off acute and chronic health issues. But what is melatonin? It’s actually a hormone that is...

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You Are The Final Frontier – Something Ain’t Right

To stand down and do nothing? To stand down and say nothing? Let me tell you: Some people just don’t have that choice: The old souls that arrived prior to the spiritual awakening. Override the calling of the soul and thereby the collective suffering and deceit and slip into cold comfort...

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How Vikings Could Get Away With Murder

The Viking sense of justice was quite different from the one we have today – and it could be bloody. Although it’s easy to imagine the Vikings as a bunch of scruffy barbarians who murdered, raped and looted without any conscience, they actually had a complicated honour and justice system...

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Today’s Parents Are Scared Of Everything

Parents today have the highest conditioning of fear in the history of humankind. They are scared of everything and it reflects in their children. They jump at the opportunity to drug them, vaccinate them and intoxicate them with all types of pharmaceuticals for diseases they are told are...

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Marijuana For Pain Benefits Men More Than Women

Years of research have shown a direct connection between ingesting marijuana and feeling pain relief — but could this beneficial side effect vary by gender? A new study from researchers at Columbia University Medical Center found that men felt greater pain relief than women after smoking...

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Glyphosate Causing Cancer

Roundup weed-killer and others that contain glyphosate comprise the most widely used herbicides in the world. However, the World Health Organization has been referring to glyphosate as a “probable human carcinogen” since 2015. Recent testing has found that this toxic chemical was present...

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The ‘Zen’ Gardner Deception II

When I last posted about this, I wrote that it would be my final post. I have pondered on the new information about this, and have come to the conclusion that it would only be fair to let my readers know how it is unfolding. Don F (‘Zen’) has ‘answered’ three times...

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When Exercise Becomes Too Much

In a world where only 1 in 5 American adults meet the minimum daily exercise requirements, exercise addiction can seem like the opposite of a problem. Don’t let that fool you, says Marilyn Freimuth, a clinical psychologist at Fielding Graduate University, in Santa Barbara. “Exercise...

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How To Take Care Of Your Contact Lenses

You’re officially out of excuses, contact lens wearers: Clean them on a daily basis or risk serious damage, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warned on Thursday. According to the CDC’s latest report, 1,075 of the contact lens–related infections reported to the U.S...

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How to Repel Ticks

Many people are currently searching for ways to repel ticks without having to resort to harsh chemicals. Luckily, there is one sweet-smelling alternative that is proving to be quite powerful in the fight against this growing concern. Ticks operate mostly by using their sense of smell...

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King Ragnar & Concepts of Spiritual Warfare

Yesterday the temperature here in Andalusia went from very hot to unbearable in the shade. Since the house isn’t equipped with AC, the metal shutters went down to keep the heat out. It has been so for quite some time, so I thought: too hot to work, but not too hot to chill. I gave...

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The Creepy Things Facebook Knows About You

Facebook knows more about your personal life than you probably realize. As part of the company’s increasingly aggressive advertising operation, Facebook goes to great lengths to track you across the web. The company compiles a list of personal details about every user that includes major...

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Your Brain is Not a Computer

No matter how hard they try, brain scientists and cognitive psychologists will never find a copy of Beethoven’s 5th Symphony in the brain – or copies of words, pictures, grammatical rules or any other kinds of environmental stimuli. The human brain isn’t really empty, of course. But it...

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