Oldie but a goodie.
Wim Hof is able to run a marathon in 0 degree weather, with no prior endurance training, in a pair of boxer shorts and sandals. He previously summited Everest and Kilimanjaro wearing only a pair of shorts. This documentary provides a small glimpse of the raw unlimited power that meditative practices can bring to the human experience. Watch a TEDTalk by Wim here.
But this gets even better.
Read the story here.
I bet you thought I forgot what today is. As of this posting, 2,254 certified architects and engineers have signed a petition calling for a new investigation of 9/11.
A C-SPAN analyst discussion on Israeli intelligence from 1990 discusses how other intelligence services refer to the Mossad.
Is it just an odd coincidence that a “terrorist” group recently appeared out of nowhere using the same acronym?
L. Reichard White notes that:
A guy who calls himself Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi, declares himself chief potentate of what has now been inflated into the dread ISIS “Caliphate” — but via NSA leaks, we discover he’s been trained by Israel’s secret service, the Mossad. And apparently wears expensive western watches.
The Anatomy of a Great Deception premieres tomorrow.
This “docu-thriller” from father-turned-filmmaker, David Hooper takes us on a journey of awakening that begins with an innocent question. Soon, his life is turned upside down as he grapples with the life-changing conclusions of his findings. The film was made to wake up his friends and family. Now, it’s poised to wake everyone else.
Over two thousand licensed engineers have signed a petition indicating their belief that explosives were used to bring down the three towers on 9/11.
Buy the DVD here.
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