Rockefeller Foundation’s Futurist Paper Details ‘Ebola Plot’

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Author: 21Century Wire

It’s the stuff of Sci-Fi horror, and it’s no longer confined to Hollywood… While elite US and European families like the Rockefellers, along with their dynastic underlings like Bill Gates (image, above) continue their obsession with over-population, while investing heavily in vaccines and dispensaries in the Third World, terms continue...

Two Ebola Strains?

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Author: ZeroHedge

As mentioned in Tales from the Morph VI, this highly suggest two strains and not one. "At this point there is zero risk of transmission on flights," said CDC Director Dr. Thomas Frieden, supporting other public health officials who have voiced similar assurances, saying Ebola is spread only through physical...

Bad Moon Rising?

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Author: Extintion Protocol

Bad Moon Rising: “It’s not Halloween just yet, but that doesn’t mean the moon can’t get a little freaky. The second blood moon of the year will light up the sky early Wednesday morning in North America, where it will be most visible from the Pacific coast, according to NASA....

Internet Trolls Have A Lot In Common With Sadists

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Author: Business Insider

Internet "trolls" — people who intentionally incite discord in online communities — may have a lot in common with real-life sadists, new research suggests. In two studies conducted online, researchers examined personality traits and the online commenting styles of 1,215 people. The investigators found that Internet trolls tended to have...

The ‘Strongest Storm On Earth’ This Year Is Barreling Toward Japan

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Author: NewsCom

The sixth super typhoon to form in 2014 has strengthened overnight to become the most intense storm on the planet since the deadly Typhoon Haiyan. Super Typhoon Vongfong has intensified over the past 24 hours — and it’s headed straight for one of the world’s most populous countries. The tropical...

Mercury Retrograde October – ‘Becoming Brilliant’

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Author: Daniel Dowd - Dark Star

Mercury goes retrograde October 4 2014 and the traditional advice is “Don’t travel, Don’t sign contracts. Don’t marry. Don’t touch electrics!” But the whole Mercury retrograde cycle actually lasts eight weeks and happens three times, sometimes even four times in a year! That’s a long time to hide under the duvet and a...

Largest Ever ‘Near-Death Experience’ Study Shows Awareness After Brain Shutdown

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Author: Business Insider

Researchers conducting the largest ever study into near-death experiences have discovered that awareness may continue even after the brain has shut down, revealing more about what happens when we die. Scientists at the University of Southampton studied more than 2,000 people who suffered cardiac arrests at 15 hospitals across Britain,...

How To Stage A Fake CIA ‘Uprising’

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Author: Mike King

Ingredients: A ton of American cash from the CIA and/or George Soros Small army of undercover CIA agents Controlled "Human Rights /Pro Democracy" groups Idealistic "Western wannabee" college brats Easily manipulated do-gooders Professional signs & banners written in English Bribable / blackmailable journalists Bribable / blackmailable politicians Bribable / blackmailable academics...

Time To Rethink Psychedelic Drugs and Depression

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Author: The Guardian

Next year, if all goes to plan, a dozen patients with clinical depression will be invited to a UK laboratory and given psilocybin – the psychedelic ingredient found in magic mushrooms. Over the next four or five hours, many of these volunteers will experience dream-like euphoria as colours, smells and...

Income Inequality Has Regressed to 1820 Levels

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Author: Motherboard

From the American Occupy movement to the surprise best-seller by the economist Thomas Piketty, income inequality is all the rage—perhaps because it's raging. According to a newly released study, the last few decades have seen a rise of the biggest income gaps within nations since the Industrial Revolution. The OECD...

Ancient Egypt Illuminated by Electricity?

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Author: Epoch Times

Today, we take for granted nightly city skylines, streetlights, and the overall power that drives our modern convenience. But, could the wise-men of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia have had knowledge of electricity, even electric illumination, or even electric-based technology? Within the framework of some archaeological evidence, the answer seems affirmative....

Is Everything We Know About Nicotine Wrong?

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Author: The Mind Unleashed

Nicotiana tabacum
The tobacco plant, nicotiana tabacum, has been cultivated, chewed and smoked by the Native Americans since about 6000 B.C., possibly longer. For millennia, tobacco has been an important part of society, and used frequently for ceremonial and medicinal purposes. And yet today, we all know that cigarettes are responsible for...

10 Mind-Boggling Paradoxes

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Author: Mental Floss

A paradox is a statement or problem that either appears to produce two entirely contradictory (yet possible) outcomes, or provides proof for something that goes against what we intuitively expect. Paradoxes have been a central part of philosophical thinking for centuries, and are always ready to challenge our interpretation of...