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Environmentally Responsible Gold Mining in Ghana

A North American team are using Responsible Gold Mining and best practices for operating and producing Ghana Gold Export. The objective is to provide experience from Canada gold production in Ghana, also to develop trade with local miners and experts on the ground, to participate with the already well-established co-operative in the goldfields of Ghana. […]

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Woodcut in 1493 Nuremberg Chronicle depicting the fall of Babylon

Alignment of Planets to Mark the Fall of Babylon

Hillah, Iraq (May, 29th 2003) — A U.S. Marine Corps Humvee vehicle drives down a road at the foot of Saddam Hussein’s former Summer palace with ruins of ancient Babylon in the background. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 1st Class Arlo K. Abrahamson. (RELEASED) Future proves past. Fall of Babylon written in the sky […]

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by John James Audubon depicting White-headed Eagle.

Preservation of Peace and Freedom

Eagles in the wild are awe inspiring, they represent the Preservation of Peace and Freedom in nature. Superior capabilities and more power than anything on the ground because of timing and advantage of location (over head) but there’s something much more lethal about the Eagle and that’s it’s instinct to capture. They rule over nature. […]

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Lotus flower

Kundalini Awakening on the Path to Nirvana

The experience of Kundalini awakening can happen when one is either prepared or unprepared According to Hindu tradition, in order to be able to integrate this spiritual energy, a period of careful purification and strengthening of the body and nervous system is usually required beforehand. Yoga and Tantra propose that Kundalini can be awakened by […]

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First page from Justine (Justine ou les malheurs de la vertu, Paris) by Marquis de Sade

From The Marquis De Sade

The first page of Sade’s Justine, one of the works for which Marquis de Sade was imprisoned. The dark work of a madman but offers insight into the depths of depravity and how there’s no joy in pain. Sade proves there always were people who take pleasure in abuse. There’s nothing new under the sun […]

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Spice Island Cannabis Seed Bank

Stone Town Genetics, Spice Island Cannabis Seed Bank

Cannabis Industry experts from Canada are in a search of the next great strain by genetically breeding superior quality cannabis. A 12 acre organic farm was obtained and a collaboration began, between Zanzibar and Canada, to grow Cannabis on the Spice Island. This BUSINESS PLAN is to scientifically collect, cultivate, catalog and publish the genetic […]

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Scanian Design Homes

Ecological, Sustainable Scanian Design Homes

Typical Scanian coastline at the southern peak of Ven island in Øresund. Illustrating the human scale and natural organic materials of the ultimate of Scanian (south Sweden) vernacular architecture: Skånelängan. Traditional half-timbered farm house of the southern plains in Scania.Scanian design Scanian design Scanian design Scanian design You don’t need to read Swedish to understand […]

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Hawaiian Spirulina

Hawaiian Spirulina, MCT Oil and Ormus for Optimum Health

It has never been so important to obtain optimum health and fitness, recently I gave up meat and made key changes in my diet. Hawaiian Spirulina, MCT Oil and Ormus have now become my go-to daily regime, and always evangelizing super-foods, these are three of the best. Pure Hawaiian Spirulina powder is so fabulous that […]

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E8 Petrie projection

E8, Sacred Geometry and the Mind

Nautilus shell’s logarithmic growth spiral Sacred Geometry, as above, so below. When I was attempting to articulate an experience I went through, was entirely in my mind but the intensity or energy of the visitation of what at first I thought was a tiny particle, or fleck far distant, in a sea of otherwise normal […]

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Au is Gold

Doré bars from the Gold Coast

When Portuguese mariners first dropped anchor in the mouth of the river Pra in what is now Ghana, they heard of goldfields so rich that for the following five centuries the entire region became known as the Gold Coast. The promise of wealth sparked a rush to grab land, build forts, trade slaves and secure bullion, […]

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