October 09, 2016

Soft Disclosure Movie - 'The Space Between Us' - First Human Born on Mars Comes To Earth

'The Space Between Us' - First Human Born on Mars Comes To Earth


Gardner Elliot lives on a settlement on Mars and comes to Earth to experience the world, and meet his earth based pen pal friend from online. This disclosure movie appears in theaters on December 16, 2016.

https://youtu.be/x73-573aWfs

Forbrugerrådet advarer mod farlig kemi: Her er 5 tandpastaer, du skal undgå (Blogger: Har du nogensinde spurgt din krop hvad den ønsker at spise og drikke? Hvorfor har vi flere bakterier i munden, end i anus? Hvordan opstår sygdomme fra tænder, tandkødet og munden? Vidste du, de fleste sygdomme, infektioner med mikroorganismer som virus, svampe og bakterier overføres via din mund til din krop? Detox af munden, er livsvigtigt og burde indgår som et naturligt ritual, ligesom, at vaske hænder... Måske er du ikke klar over det, men alle tandpastaer, med få undtagelser, indeholder problematiske stoffer i form af kemikalier og toksiner så som; Triclosan (Kemikaliet er blevet forbundet med antibiotikaresistens og hormonforstyrrelser). Natriumlaurylsulfat (bl.a. forøger risikoen for at få smertefulde blister i munden). Kunstige Sødemidler (Aspartame fra Monsanto. Vidste du, at før i tiden stod aspartam på Pentagons liste over kemiske våben? En Integreret del af vores moderne kost i flere end 6000 fødevarer. Går også under dæknavne, Nutrasweet og Canderel. Består af tre kemikalier aminosyrerne: aspartamsyre, phenylanalin og methanol. Kan medføre en lang række foruroligende sygdomstilstande). Fluorid (Mest giftige stof på planeten. Fluor er et giftigt, gasformigt grundstof. Fluor anvendes i en række industriprocesser, og er bl.a. et affaldsstof i aluminiumsproduktionen. Eks.vis. bruges det til at gøre pizzabakker vand- og fedtafvisende. Vi ved, at grundvandet er forurenet med fluorstoffer flere steder i Danmark og Sverige). Hvis du absolut skal bruge tandpasta, vil jeg forestår 'BioRepair Tandpasta'. Den indeholder ikke kemikalier og toksiner, til gengæld benytter man teknisk biomineralisering (nanopartikler). Igen, selvom det lyder ulækkert og højst mærkværdigt så er det ultimative: Tandpasta baseret på uraffineret økologisk koldpresset kokosolie (6 spsk kokosolie, 6 spsk natriumbikarbonat - Matas Tvekulsurt Natron, 25 dråber æterisk olie (uanset hvad du foretrækker. Med høj frekvens så som Timianolie - inflammationshæmmende og antiseptisk. Kan også bruge de almindelige eukalyptus og grapefrugt. Hvis, og kun hvis det skal være sødt benyt, Stevia ). Kommer som regl op og slås med tandlægen, men gør dig selv den tjeneste, fakta-tjek. PS: vær ekstra påpasselig hvad du læser på videnskab.dk - dette blad er direkte forbundet til den danske industri. Dvs., de misinformere)

Hvilke stoffer er der i den tandpasta, du bruger?
4. maj 2016 Sundhed rha@sondagsavisen.dk

En ny undersøgelse af tandpastaer på det danske marked foretaget af Forbrugerrådet Tænk, viser at flere tandpastaer indeholder problematiske stoffer. I alt har Forbrugerrådet tjekket deklarationen på 32 tandpastaer for indhold af problematiske kemikalier.

Stofferne, der er fundet i fem af de testede tandpastaer mistænkes for at være hormonforstyrrende. Blandt andet indeholder Colgate Total stoffet tricoslan, som Søndagsavisen også skrev om tilbage i 2014:

– Triclosan er mistænkt for at kunne udvikle resistens hos bakterier. Det er ikke påvist, men man bør lade tvivlen råde og gå uden om tandpastaer med Triclosan, fortalte Jan A. Frederiksen, næstformand i Tandlægeforeningen, til Søndagsavisen tilbage i 2014.

Tandpastaerne i testen er inddelt i tre kategorier: rød, gul og grøn. Fem af tandpastaerne markeres med rødt, da de indeholder stoffer, der er mistænkt for at være hormonforstyrrende eller skadelige for kroppens organer. Det drejer sig om de hormonforstyrrende stoffer triclosan, parabenerne methylparaben og propylparaben. Den sidste tandpasta på listen, Vademecum Anti-cavety, indeholder manganese sulfate, der er skadeligt for kroppens organer.

Her er de røde tandpastaer:

  • Colgate Total
  • Denivit Anti-stain expert antistain intense
  • Fluocalcin Classic
  • Sensodyne Rapid
  • Vademecum Anti-cavety

Cannabis Prohibition Insults Thousands of Years of Use of This Sacred Plant ("...A 2,500-year-old cannabis burial shroud was recently unearthed along the Silk Road in Turpan, China. Archeologists found a grave thought to belong to a 35-year-old male who was wrapped in cannabis leaves. Some of the plants were up to a meter long, and researchers believe they were used ritually. Radiocarbon dating was used to verify the age of the mummy.Ancient Chinese people utilized cannabis for a multitude of purposes...Hemp was also utilized for clothing, paper, and most importantly, medicine. It was considered ‘ma,’ which is a unique designation for a plant in traditional Chinese medicine.. Today, the federal government sees no medicinal, nor ritualistic benefit for legalizing cannabis. Perhaps the plant can reveal future events, or cure us from cancer, but as long as the prohibition of this sacred plant, used for thousands of years, continues, the trillion-dollar industry will continue to fill its craw with tax-payer money..")


Nathaniel Mauka, Staff Writer
Waking Times

Continuing cannabis prohibition becomes even more preposterous in light of a recent archeological discovery. Many pot promoters are already well aware that the forefathers of the United States utilized cannabis and hemp to become fruitful. Many more are cognizant that the false war on drugs was a way to squelch would-be activists who were fighting against war in Nixon’s time. Looking outside of the trillion-dollar prohibition industry into the archives of history, we can confirm that cannabis was not just accepted, but revered.

A 2,500-year-old cannabis burial shroud was recently unearthed along the Silk Road in Turpan, China. Archeologists found a grave thought to belong to a 35-year-old male who was wrapped in cannabis leaves. Some of the plants were up to a meter long, and researchers believe they were used ritually. Radiocarbon dating was used to verify the age of the mummy.

Archaeologist, Dr. Hongen Jiang, of the Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, and his colleagues described the discovery as “extraordinary” in the journal Economic Botany.
As National Geographic explains,
The burial is one of 240 graves excavated at the Jiayi cemetery in Turpan, and is associated with the Subeixi culture (also known as the Gushi Kingdom) that occupied the area between roughly 3,000 to 2,000 years ago. At the time, Turpan’s desert oasis was an important stop on the Silk Road.
Cannabis plant parts have been found in a few other Turpan burials, most notably in a contemporaneous burial in nearby Yanghai cemetery discovered nearly a decade ago, which contained close to two pounds of cannabis seeds and powdered leaves.”
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