Monday, 29 October 2007

Quote from Dr. Joseph Mengele

"The more we do to you, the less you seem to believe we are doing it."

Saturday, 27 October 2007

FACEBOOK: Federal Human Data Mining Program

Friday, 26 October 2007

Alex Jones - ENDGAME

Tuesday, 23 October 2007

Monday, 22 October 2007

Searching for God in the Brain

Researchers are unearthing the roots of religious feeling in the neural commotion that accompanies the spiritual epiphanies of nuns, Buddhists and other people of faith

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Sunday, 21 October 2007

Michael Persinger - Psychotropic drugs and nature of reality

Whitley Strieber 2012: Pt.1

Saturday, 20 October 2007

The REAL Reasons You Want to Avoid Genetically Modified Foods:Pt1

2012 Jay Weidner Pt.1

Iraq whistleblower Dr Kelly WAS murdered to silence him, says MP

Weapons expert Dr David Kelly was assassinated, an MP claims today.

Campaigning politician Norman Baker believes Dr Kelly, who exposed the Government's "sexed-up" Iraq dossier, was killed to stop him making further revelations about the lies that took Britain to war.

He says the murderers may have been anti-Saddam Iraqis, and suggests the crime was covered up by elements within the British establishment to prevent a diplomatic crisis.

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Why Portugal is a haven for paedophiles - the disturbing backcloth to the Madeleine case

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How Television Affects Your Brain Chemistry -- And That's Not All!

Saturday, 6 October 2007

THE EMPIRE OF "THE CITY" (World Superstate) part 1.avi

Monday, 1 October 2007

Mind Control Microchip Verichip Welcome to the Machines

Nobel Prize genius Crick was high on LSD when he discovered the secret of life

Francis Crick, the Nobel Prize-winning father of modern genetics, was under the influence of LSD when he first deduced the double-helix structure of DNA nearly 50 years ago.

The abrasive and unorthodox Crick and his brilliant American co-researcher James Watson famously celebrated their eureka moment in March 1953 by running from the now legendary Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge to the nearby Eagle pub, where they announced over pints of bitter that they had discovered the secret of life.

Crick, who died ten days ago [2004-07-28], aged 88, later told a fellow scientist that he often used small doses of LSD, then an experimental drug used in psychotherapy, to boost his powers of thought. He said it was LSD, not the Eagle's warm beer, that helped him to unravel the structure of DNA, the discovery that won him the Nobel Prize.

Millions were in germ war tests