Old Movies Warning US About Communism

In the nineteen forties and fifties a constant surge of movies came out warning the public of the communistic infiltration of America. The following are some of these films, most of which are available to watch for free on youtube, which warned us of this upcoming invasion. “1950s science-fiction films have been notoriously interpreted as allegories about the fear of Communism that was rampant throughout the politics of the decade. There are a number of fascinating examples where the Reds Under the Bed scare was made overt and Red Planet Mars is the most notorious of these. Other examples include The Whip Hand (1951) about a small town housing a Communist fifth column planning to unleash a deadly virus; Invasion USA (1952) about a Russian nuclear attack on the USA; The 27th Day (1957), which had an alien race giving five people each a…

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The Cosmic Creations Collection

Cosmic Creations are illustrations I’ve made over the past few years on the quadrivium; digital drawings dealing with mathematics, geometry, music, cosmology and other related phenomena. Cosmic Creations have been featured on David Wilcock’s show Wisdom Teachings and have been presented at conferences such as the Electric Universe.  Nassim Haramein of The Resonance Project has shared my illustrations. Frank Chester has even borrowed concepts from certain Cosmic Creations and included one of my drawings in his newsletter. From sacred geometry to synchronistic mathematics, the universe is shown to be an intelligent design far from cosmic coincidence. This omnipresent matrix is bound to a sacred canon of number and geometry, an ancient and esoteric system of divine proportion. Unbeknownst to most, and canonized as sacred by the select few, this knowledge is being rediscovered once again. Cosmic Creations coalesce consciousness through the exploration of the…

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You Smell Bad: Removing Toxic Crap From Your Life

Yousmellbad.org is a side project I’ve been working on.  The point is to teach people to remove toxic crap from their lives.  People don’t smell bad because of natural body odor (ok well sometimes that’s true too), but from unnatural fragrances that are added to hygienic products we use daily, the same fragrances and chemicals that unknowingly make us sick. I’m talking about laundry detergent, dryer sheets, cleaning products, air freshener, deodorant, cologne and perfume, shampoo, body wash, and the list goes on and on.  If you live your life like most people you’ve grown accustomed to poisoning yourselves because heck, everybody else uses Tide and Speedstick™, why shouldn’t I?  I’m sure millions of people wouldn’t use it unless it was safe? … right? Wrong. These products are not safe and they are slowly making us all sick.  We not only have to worry…

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An Exposé on Reported Mortality Rates: Admissions of a Death Certificate Clerk

Originally titled: A Humbling Exposé into the Creation of Mortality Rates and its Impact on Our Public Health Beliefs and Choices by Joy Fritz Posted on: MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2018 My dear Facebook friends and family, I work with doctors, coroners and the local county registrars everyday to create death records. It’s what I do for a living and wanted to share my thoughts on the mortality rates being thrown around on main stream and social media regarding the influenza epidemic.  Please note: This information I am sharing is not limited to influenza reporting, but rather, serves as a case study of how the mortality rate recording system (mal)functions at large. I am sorry to say that death rates are NOT as simple nor as valid as every news broadcaster with perfectly-trained vocal delivery makes them sound, and they are absolutely not the infallible…

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Statins Starve The Brain: Cholesterol Correlated Cognition

Statins stealthily strain and starve the brain leaving us stuck in a stupendous stupor; statins make us stupid. Alliteration aside, cholesterol is clearly correlated with cognition, since our brains are composed of about one fourth of this waxy substance we call cholesterol. Statins are drugs that lower cholesterol. High cholesterol is ostensibly the cause of heart disease, and since heart disease is the number one cause of death -save for iatrogenesis or deaths caused by allopathic intervention– cholesterol lowering drugs are arguably the most prescribed and profitable drugs in the universe.   The statin drug called Lipitor was the singular most prescribed drug between 1996-2012 with sales of over 140 million. The second most popular prescription drug Plavix, another heart medication, didn’t even come close with about 74 million dollars in sales. Statins are big business; there are literally billions of dollars at stake when it comes…

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CBD Hemp Oil (Full Spectrum-Whole Plant Cannabis Extract)

Joedubs.com is now offering a full spectrum-whole plant CBD hemp oil. This extract has all the cannabinoids in the plant, not just CBD like a lot of the competitors out there. I have worked at this hemp pharm in Boulder Colorado and can attest to its quality. It’s free of chemicals and grown organically. They even use fresh snow melt to water their crops. Studied Benefits Of CBD For Your Health – A Boulder Pharm I use the oil myself for arthritic pain, although there is evidence it is beneficial for nearly every medical condition.  In a previous article I’ve examined the medical literature and linked to peer reviewed studies to show its efficacy. If you prefer to buy directly from A Boulder Pharm make sure to use the coupon code JW1017 so you will receive 10% off.  Shop below for a larger discount and free…

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12 Tips To Trick People Into Thinking Your Smart

I’m not that smart, but I’ve come across a few ways to trick people into thinking that I am. This is especially useful on social media when you want to impress your friends.  The following is a list of tips on how to appear intellectually superior even though your not the brightest tool in the shed, or sharpest tool in the drawer.. 1. Use big words when small ones will do just fine.  Put another way; Employ a grandiloquent vernacular when banal rhetoric will suffice. A superlative verbiage is likely to impress those friends from high school whom scored higher than you on your verbal SAT. 2. Use a lot of semicolons.  It doesn’t even mater if you use them correctly; most people don’t know exactly how they work; so you can get away with it; quite easily. People are stupid; but you;ll super…

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