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I love these conspiracy theories.

Didn’t think of it that way…

Perspective is everything

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The donkeys that work the brick kilns are way over worked.. There are many organizations such as the Donkey Sanctuary that are there to educate & help these people & their donkeys with medical care. We are trying to do what we can to educate the public everywhere.I see posts everyday ripping into foreign countries regarding the care of their donks. It happens here in the USA everyday also. Not a day goes by where TMR does not receive some kind of call out for a rescue. Have a great day.

On Google News you can search and read old print newspapers, going as far back as 1752.

Mecury injections #ThingsThatReallyDoCauseAutism

Geoffrey Gould on Twitter


See the difference?

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When I look into the eyes of an animal I do not see an animal. I see a living being. I see a friend. I feel a soul. - Anthony Douglas Williams

Happiness and Music. Music one of the few activities that activates, stimulates and USES the ENTIRE brain.

According to legend, when someone finds a black feather, it means that the guardian of their soul is near them. The feathers are supposed to remind the individual that he or she is not fighting the battles of life alone.

Google+ Where the Wall of China Ends

How to fold a dollar bill into a tiny t-shirt

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Some Jewish tombstones display 2 hands arranged for the priestly blessing. Priests (Kohanim) are assumed to be descendants of Aaron, brother of Moses and the first Kohen. And, yes, this symbol is like the Vulcan hand greeting (“live long & prosper”), suggested by Leonard Nimoy (Mr. Spock), who saw the blessing in synagogue as a child. He modified it, as Vulcans use only 1 hand.

The Meaning of Memorial Headstone Symbols

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Why is Sage used in Cleansing Rituals? Native Americans are known for their history of using Sage as a cleansing tool. Click on Native American Anomoly Research Society to See Their Cleansing Ritual. Ancient Celtic druids who used sage as a sacred herb alongside Oak Moss for burning as well as medicinal purposes. See The Ancient Art of Smudging. Indigenous Peoples of the Amazon whose ‘Palo Santo’ (sacred wood) sage burning ceremonies are still practiced to this day.

Sage and Cleansing Negative Energy Away | My Paranormal

Good to know!

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Wow that explains a lot

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These two men had the same name, were sentenced to the same prison and look like twins. However, they were not related but are the reason that fingerprints are now used when fighting crime. (quote from CDAN)

How to clean water and snow marks on your ugg boots... or suede. pin now read when needed

Thanks all!

Thats crazy!

How to learn 100 basic words in sign language. This is actually an amazing site, very simple to learn.