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    Report: Sessions, Congress Discuss Using DNA Tests to Verify Immigrant Families

    Family Research Council President Tony Perkins said Tuesday Attorney General Jeff Sessions is discussing with Congress the use of DNA tests at the border to confirm biological relationships between immigrant children and their parents. “Sessions is talking to congressional members and is hoping for a legislative fix,” said Perkins, adding the Justice Department’s aim is to execute “just, fair and enforceable” immigration policies. “They are looking at how to use DNA tests in the field to verify they are parents and not traffickers, he added. “The reality is if American parents put their kids through what these immigrant parents have done to their ... Read More

    Who Lucifer Actually Is & Why They Are Here (Part 2: Bloodline Families)

    (Note: If you have not read part 1 of this article, my strong recommendation is to follow the link and read it first, because it provides an essential context for the discussion here.) As we described in Part 1, Lucifer is considered to be a highly evolved ‘group soul’, having reached 6th density, while our world is currently in 3rd density transitioning to 4th density. The concept of ‘group soul’ is important here, as it suggests that, as individual souls evolve towards reunion with the One Creator, they gather into ever larger sub-groups of consciousness from which they came. In this context, the ‘Fall of ... Read More

    Second FBI Informant Tried To Entrap Trump Campaign With $2 Million Offer For Hillary Dirt: Roger Stone

    We had been reporting a great deal during the 2016 campaign that if Hillary made her way into office it would have been the Deep State plan going to perfect tune once again. We talked about a great deal of corruption associated with her as a person, her foundation and her administration. When Trump ended up in office we talked about this as a divide or fork in the Deep State that Trump was essentially disrupting the longtime running plan that had been going on for decades, as well as playing a key role in pushing for deeper reflections for ... Read More

    Rover test: What’s it like to ride a rocket to Mars?

    Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionShake test on a robot destined for Mars: A rocket launch is very violentSo, if you spend a billion euros on a space mission, you better be sure it can survive the rocket ride off Earth. This video shows a model of Europe's upcoming Mars rover being shaken to simulate the violent first few minutes of flight on leaving the launch pad. ExoMars, as it is known, is a joint project with Russia to put a mobile laboratory on the surface of the Red Planet in 2021. The hi-tech rover will look ... Read More

    Will Norway’s electric plane take off?

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    Should Government Be ‘Protecting’ Gender Identity/Expression?

    With any new legislation that increases the power of government over people–and what new legislation can you think of in recent history that does otherwise?—there is reason for concern and vigilance. For example, a year ago the Ontario government passed Bill 89 into law. It was called the ‘Supporting Children, Youth and Families Act’ and was an update to the province’s child welfare laws, including child protective services, foster care, and adoption. New ‘Protections’ For Gender Identity And Gender Expression Of note was an update to the criteria for analyzing the wellbeing of a child to match the human rights ... Read More

    It’s Not New: Pictures Show The Fight Against Vaccines Is Well Over 100 Years Old

    In the foreword to the book by Doctor Suzanne Humphries and Roman Bistrianyk entitled ‘Dissolving Illusions: Disease, Vaccines, and the Forgotten History,’ Dr. Jayne L. M. Donegan sums up the vaccine ‘landscape’ that she and all MDs enter into as they become doctors: Despite questioning the safety and efficacity of vaccination by reputable medical men since its introduction, debate has been, and is, increasingly discouraged. Information published in scientific journals is used to support this position, other views being regarded as “unscientific.” It was a received “article of faith” for me and my contemporaries, that vaccination was the single most useful health intervention ... Read More

    How hats were placed atop the Easter Island statues

    Image copyright Terry Hunt Image caption One of the world's archaeological wonders on Rapa Nui in the southeast Pacific The famous statues of Rapa Nui, or Easter Island, are best known for their deep-set eyes and long ears.They also sport impressive multi-tonne hats made from a different rock type.Quite how these pukao, as they are known, were transported and placed atop the statues has long been a puzzle.But now American archaeologists believe they have a clearer understanding. The giant hats were moved with minimal effort and resources using a ramp and rope technique, they say. "The fact that they successfully ... Read More

    How hats were placed atop the Easter Island statues

    Image copyright Terry Hunt Image caption One of the world's archaeological wonders on Rapa Nui in the southeast Pacific The famous statues of Rapa Nui, or Easter Island, are best known for their deep-set eyes and long ears.They also sport impressive multi-tonne hats made from a different rock type.Quite how these pukao, as they are known, were transported and placed atop the statues has long been a puzzle.But now American archaeologists believe they have a clearer understanding. The giant hats were moved with minimal effort and resources using a ramp and rope technique, they say. "The fact that they successfully ... Read More

    ‘Dumpling-shaped’ space rock comes into view

    A Japanese spacecraft is sending back images as it approaches an irregularly shaped asteroid that some on the mission have compared to a dumpling.The Hayabusa 2 spacecraft was launched in 2014 on a quest to study the asteroid Ryugu and deliver rocks and soil from its surface to Earth.The craft is now about 215km away from Ryugu and should arrive on 27 June.Hayabusa's camera is starting to resolve its shape, which has been likened to a Japanese dango dumpling.But closer inspection shows that the object is pitted with dents or craters.In addition, the asteroid's orbit is retrograde, meaning that it ... Read More

    ‘Dumpling-shaped’ space rock comes into view

    A Japanese spacecraft is sending back images as it approaches an irregularly shaped asteroid that some on the mission have compared to a dumpling.The Hayabusa 2 spacecraft was launched in 2014 on a quest to study the asteroid Ryugu and deliver rocks and soil from its surface to Earth.The craft is now about 215km away from Ryugu and should arrive on 27 June.Hayabusa's camera is starting to resolve its shape, which has been likened to a Japanese dango dumpling.But closer inspection shows that the object is pitted with dents or craters.In addition, the asteroid's orbit is retrograde, meaning that it ... Read More

    Why ‘Conspiracy Theories’ & Spirituality Are Intimately Connected

    Is it considered ‘not spiritual’ to talk about an elite or cabal running our world? This has become a commonplace today, and there is a great deal of ridicule that comes when people feel looking at the truth of what is playing out in our world is ‘crazy’ or a ‘negative’ thing to do. In fact, the ‘negative’ label on conspiracy theories we place is one of the biggest spiritual bypasses we can do. Let’s dive into this. The truth is, understanding the way our world truly functions and consciousness evolution (spirituality) go hand in hand. Why? Because it is ... Read More

    This Super Simple Breathing Technique Can Help Alleviate Anxiety & Depression

    The breath is one of the most underrated and under-utilized methods of healing. Breathing comes naturally to us, we do it without thinking, which is why it is not something we generally think of as a way to connect deeply with ourselves, calm our anxieties or even reach higher levels of consciousness. Something as simple as breathing can help those who suffer from severe mental conditions and those who have survived global disasters. There are many forms of breathwork, there is the well-known Holotropic Breathing, made popular by the Iceman himself, Wim Hof. There is another technique known as transformational ... Read More

    Chilling “Before And After” Photos Of Libya Go Viral

    In the year 2000, a Libyan man took several photos of himself situated at various spots across the city of Benghazi, Libya. 18 years later, he recently revisited the exact same locations to take photos of the spectacular, beautiful human trafficking laden, NATO liberated mess of modern day Libya under the rule of the United Nation’s backed regime. When we think about how western nations have gone into countries and destructed what they had, took over and ‘rebuilt’ as it’s often called, we have this image of something being done that is ‘right.’ What we don’t consider is all of ... Read More

    This Map Shows Which US Cities You Have The Best Chance Of Seeing A UFO In

    A team of researchers at Casino.org examined data records pertaining to reported UFO sightings and mapped out where the highest concentrations of sightings are across the US. Although many other countries are hotspots for UFO activity, the US is one of the biggest hotspots, and there are several reasons for that. Editor David Sheldon stated, “While many of us are quick to dismiss UFOs as being the stuff of science fiction, there have actually been over 250,000 recorded sightings of UFOs in the USA alone. In addition, over 40,000 Americans are concerned enough about extra-terrestrial life forms to have taken out ... Read More

    Horsefly season: How to avoid being bitten

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    10 Ways To Boost Serotonin Levels Without Medication

    As defined by psychologists, a person has a major depressive episode when he or she has symptoms of major depressive disorder, including depressed mood or feelings of emptiness, hopelessness or irritability, that last for two weeks or more.  And, according to the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NAMCS), the number of people diagnosed with depression has increased by 450% since 1987. It is often recommended that we start taking a medication to reduce symptoms. However, medication often comes with sometimes dangerous side-effects. Here are some simple ways to feel happier without needing to take a pill. 1. Get Enough Vitamin B6 Foods ... Read More

    10 Quick & Nourishing Smoothie Recipes That Taste Great

    Have you ever compromised on a nourishing and filling breakfast because you are running late for work? Well, it has happened to all of us, especially women with kids. And the good news is, smoothies! That’s right! Smoothies are nutrient-rich, delicious and can be made within minutes. You can replace it with your coffee on-the-go as it is much more healthy, filling, and tasty. Here are 10 such smoothies prepared using a variety of fruits, veggies, and other ingredients. Some of the ingredients are rich in antioxidants, some are protein packed, and a few others are the best anti-inflammatory foods ... Read More

    What a load of crocs!

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    Work starts to upgrade Large Hadron Collider

    Image copyright Cern Work has begun on a major upgrade to the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) particle smasher.The High-Luminosity LHC will make it possible to study the fundamental building blocks of matter in more detail than ever before.Cern, the organisation that operates the LHC, held a ground-breaking ceremony on Friday to mark the beginning of civil engineering works.The vast LHC is housed beneath the French-Swiss border, near Geneva.The upgrade will boost the accelerator's potential for new discoveries in physics, starting in 2026."The HiLumi project will allow us to get a lot more out of the LHC than we have been ... Read More

    Ten ways to cut down on plastics at home

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    Important Details To Consider As North Korea Commits To Denuclearization

    The first thing we should all consider, and something that should be downright obvious by now, is the fact that our perceptions of events and people are purely programmed into us by the machine that is mainstream media. When it comes to Donald Trump, historian Richard Dolan put it quite well, saying that: “It is important to understand why Trump was demonized. Sure, his character can make it easy. There is no shortage of narcissistic, sexist, or otherwise intense statements in his repertoire. But I have never, and will never believe, this is why he was demonized. Ultimately, Trump is a ... Read More
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