Category Archives: Mankind

Socrates most famous quotes

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Sometimes when we analyze the past history of humanity we understand more about the present. Socrates was one of the most famous philosophers in history. Here is a small collection of his most famous quotes. The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing. 2. “The unexamined life is not worth living.” 3. “There is only one gracious, knowledge, […]

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We fail to see there is so much good in the world

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Everyday we are constantly bombarded with news meant to get a rise out of us. In this field we fail to see that the good in the world does outweigh the bad. The way everything on TV is bad news gets us all in the mindset that the world is a bad place. This in turn creates more negative energy. […]

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We need to have a serious discussion on Chemtrails

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Chemtrails, most often depicted as a conspiracy theory are more true than we all believe. They are right in front of our eyes. As I look up in the sky on a clear morning they are scattered and stretch across the entire sky. Here is a picture I took a few days ago. The truth is they are spraying something. These […]

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The Theory of Light

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As humans we are made up of the same elements that make up the sun, the stars and the moon. We are made up of about six elements, oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, and phosphorus, and traces of the others. Our sun is made up of those same very elements. The radiation it gives off is traces of those elements. […]

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5 Legends About the Secret of Immortality

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Chasing down the ancient world’s alchemical obsession with obtaining the Philospher’s Stone: the secret of immortality Mortality has tormented our consciousness since the first human witnessed death and realized his or her own eventual demise. The inevitability of death and speculation upon the nature of afterlife has always been an object of obsession for mystics and philosophers. For many cultures, mortality is […]

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