As of today, the Integrative Studies Historical Archive and Repository, ISHAR, is launching its crowdfunding campaign on Indigogo. (Here’s the link) The goal of this on line library is to … Continue reading
I had the opportunity recently to attend the Friday program of the Parapsychology Conference which is held once a year, usually on the East Coast. I ran into one of the … Continue reading
What does the growing vaccine whistleblower controversy have in common with JREF moving their headquarters?
Both are the result of a massive social change that is slowly creeping into our lives.
Celia Farber, who is covering the CDC whistleblower story over on her blog, (here) challenged my statement from my previous blog post that I don’t really care about this story … Continue reading
I’m not part of the vaccine debate about whether they cause autism. I don’t have kids and frankly, I really don’t care. But it is one of those controversies that … Continue reading
I was interested in war from a very young age. I read many books on the subject and became acquainted with war as we knew it in the 20th century … Continue reading
I’ve just read a book by Cynthia Sue Larson that should certainly appeal to my readers who are psychically inclined. Larson has an excellent grasp of quantum physics and uses … Continue reading