The Falkirk Wheel

Falkirk Wheel on the Scottish Canals

Windows Ten has a the feed of images that act as screen savers and provide new photographs that have been chosen for how engaging they are, a little pop-up asks if you like what you see? If you’re a Windows user you probably know it. This is how I first saw the Falkirk Wheel and […]

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Notre Dame - Rebuild The Hope

Notre Dame Cathedral and Conspiracy Theory

Notre Dame – Rebuild The Hope There’s so much to learn about the Notre Dame Cathedral, the history holds secrets that the recent fire, which many believe was arson by professionals, has only served to draw attention to the rich and illustrious past to understand some of the story of it’s construction and why it […]

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ZenDAO a Liquid Democracy Treasury Model

ZenDAO Liquid Democracy Treasury Model

The ZenDAO voting platform can replace the old corporate model of business organization with an inclusive, provably fair, and transparent economic system with incentives to participate. Horizen is building a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) as a voting mechanism to allocate treasury funds to continue the development of the Horizen platform. The ZenDAO will be one […]

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Eye of Sahara, the Richat Structure

Eye of Sahara, the Richat Structure

Perhaps the greatest unsolved natural mystery is what is the “eye of Sahara” and how did it get there? Such a gorgeous structure too, that it has it’s own Pinterest Boards and been blogged, researched, debunked, reported on and talked about for decades. To this day, there’s no explanation for who’s eye it is. The […]

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Vancouver sunset - Vancouver Island Ormus

Vancouver Island Ormus

I’ve been using Ormus for 90 days and could tell the difference in my hair, skin and especially nails. This intelligent super-food seems to provide something my body wasn’t getting in my diet. Supplementing a shot of Ormus each day has made a difference I can testify to. Also, topical application of Ormus directly on […]

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Portrait of Michelangelo by Daniele da Volterra

Michelangelo and Architecture

Creation of the Sun and Moon by Michelangelo, face detail of God. Michelangelo is the GOAT of art, sculpture and Architecture. His life and career spanned almost 100 years of creative genius on the next level. He was 74 years old when he began the Saint Peter Basilica, to claim his place as an unsurpassed […]

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Mordecai and Esther

Dead Sea Scrolls

The Dead Sea Scrolls (also Qumran Caves Scrolls) are ancient Jewish religious manuscripts found in the Qumran Caves in the Judaean Desert, near Ein Feshkha on the northern shore of the Dead Sea. Scholarly consensus dates these scrolls from the last three centuries BCE and the first century CE. The texts have great historical, religious, and linguistic […]

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Cosmic Consciousness

Cosmic Consciousness and the Internet

Cosmic Consciousness is the best term to define something that can’t be defined in language but it sure sounds fun and like something we all want to experience. Perhaps you’ve noticed my obsession with ascendance? Ever since I solved the ringing in the ears and connected the Schumann resonances, I’ve not been able to stop […]

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Turmeric (Curcuma longa): fresh rhizome and powder.

What is it about Turmeric?

A variety of Turmeric Flower found in Maharashtra, India. Turmeric or “Indian Saffron” is one of the most commonly used spice in India – a key flavouring ingredient in any Indian cuisine. Recently I saw a documentary on web workers who travel the world, called something like Cyber Nomads and there was one young man […]

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