Factory Farming & Animal Abuse (Updated)

Factory Farming & Animal Abuse (Updated)

Nov 10

Pulse Factory Farming & Animal Abuse Resource Page…

The Power of Intermittent Fasting (Updated)

The Power of Intermittent Fasting (Updated)

Nov 09

Scientists are uncovering evidence that short periods of fasting, if properly controlled, could achieve a number of health benefits, as well as potentially helping the overweight…

The Tiny House Movement (Updated)

The Tiny House Movement (Updated)

Oct 13

All about “The Tiny House Movement” — websites, blogs, news stories, newsletters, books, interviews, videos…

Rebooting Our Relationship With Technology (Updated)

Rebooting Our Relationship With Technology (Updated)

Oct 06

The importance of rebooting our relationship with technology — and practical suggestions how to do it…

Scientology (Updated)

Scientology (Updated)

Aug 15

Pulse Resource Page on Scientology…

Demonic Possession & Exorcism (Updated)

Demonic Possession & Exorcism (Updated)

Aug 04

Pulse resource page on demonic possession and exorcism…

No GMOs (Updated)

No GMOs (Updated)

Aug 03

Pulse Resource Page on the harmful effects of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)…

UFOs & Extraterrestrials (Updated)

UFOs & Extraterrestrials (Updated)

May 31

Pulse resource page on UFOs and extraterrestrials…

Midwifery Resource Page

Midwifery Resource Page

May 22

Midwifery may well be the oldest healing profession known to humans. The word “midwife,” derived from old English, means “with woman.” In French the word for midwife, sage femme, means “wise woman.” The Danish word for midwife, jordmoder, means “earth mother” and the Icelandic word, ljosmodir, means “mother of light.” In most cultures midwives have enjoyed a place of honor, respected for their remarkable skills, wisdom and prowess as healers. Yet in the United States midwives are as endangered as the spotted owl or the gray wolf. And like these animals, midwives face significant threats to their way of life. The United States is one of the few countries in the modern world to have ever outlawed midwives. In 1923 there were about 60,000 midwives practicing in the United States. By the 1960s traditional midwives were all but extinct. Slowly midwives have been making a comeback, but it has not been easy. Today there are roughly 8000-10,000 practicing midwives…

Amazing Animals (Updated)

Amazing Animals (Updated)

May 03

Animals are amazing — and they have more in common with human beings than most of us suspect. Here’s a collection of some of the best animal videos on planet Earth…

The Boy Who Believes He Was Lou Gehrig In A Past Life

The Boy Who Believes He Was Lou Gehrig In A Past Life

Mar 27

Cathy Byrd’s 2-year-old son, Christian Haupt, was a baseball prodigy who spent countless hours pitching and hitting balls, and insisted on wearing a baseball uniform every day. In 2011 his outstanding abilities even landed the boy a small part in the Adam Sandler movie That’s My Boy. But in her new memoir, The Boy Who Knew Too Much, Byrd shares an even more improbable story that even she had trouble believing at first: She claims that Christian was the reincarnation of baseball legend Lou Gehrig, who played for the Yankees nearly a century ago…

Past Life Research (Updated)

Past Life Research (Updated)

Mar 27

Past Life Research Resource Page…

Vitamin C Resource Page

Vitamin C Resource Page

Mar 24

Vitamin C: Effective at preventing and treating cancer and viral infections, including the flu…

Reconsider Columbus Day

Reconsider Columbus Day

Oct 10

For many in the United States, Columbus Day is just another holiday. It is a time to spend with family and friends, an opportunity to take a short vacation, an extra day of rest from a long work week, or it is the last chance for a barbecue before winter. But for others, it is a sharp and painful reminder that history has betrayed and forgotten the contributions of their people, the lives lost, and a rich culture that pre-dated colonization.

From the moment a sailor aboard the Pinta sighted land from the sea, on October 12, 1492, the course of indigenous history was forever changed. Upon landing on what is now the Bahamas, once known as Guanahani, Columbus encountered indigenous peoples of the Lucayan, Taíno or Arawak, nations. Peaceful and friendly, Columbus and his Spanish explorers manipulated their hospitality and mercilessly slaughtered, enslaved, and stole lands in the name of the Spanish crown. He wrote of them in his journal, “They ought to make good and skilled servants, for they repeat very quickly whatever we say to them”…

Akiane Kramarik (Updated)

Akiane Kramarik (Updated)

Aug 31

Akiane Kramarik is a child prodigy who paints and writes poetry. Featured on television programs such as “Oprah”, Kramarik (born July 9, 1994) has gained worldwide attention. According to Kramarik, her art is inspired by her visions of heaven, and her personal connection with the God. Kramarik’s art depicts life, landscape, and people…

American Woman Gets Biologically Younger After Gene Therapies

American Woman Gets Biologically Younger After Gene Therapies

Apr 27

The CEO of Bioviva USA Inc, Elizabeth Parrish, claims to be the first human in world history to have successfully reversed the effects of natural aging — thanks to experimental gene therapy provided by her company…

An Interview With Raymond Moody

An Interview With Raymond Moody

Mar 26

The Liberty Web interviews near-death experience researcher/author/speaker Raymond Moody…

Paramount, CBS Sue Crowdfunded ‘Star Trek’ Movie

Paramount, CBS Sue Crowdfunded ‘Star Trek’ Movie

Dec 30

For decades, Paramount and CBS have tolerated and even encouraged fans of the Star Trek franchise to use their imagination at will, but on Tuesday the entertainment companies went to their battle stations and launched a legal missile at a production company touting the first independent Star Trek film…

Must Watch Documentary: ‘Cowspiracy’

Must Watch Documentary: ‘Cowspiracy’

Sep 15

Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret is a groundbreaking feature-length environmental documentary following intrepid filmmaker Kip Andersen as he uncovers the most destructive industry facing the planet today — and investigates why the world’s leading environmental organizations are too afraid to talk about it. Animal agriculture is the leading cause of deforestation, water consumption and pollution, is responsible for more greenhouse gases than the transportation industry, and is a primary driver of rainforest destruction, species extinction, habitat loss, topsoil erosion, ocean “dead zones,” and virtually every other environmental ill. Yet it goes on, almost entirely unchallenged…

The Stella Family: Brad, Marylynne, Lennon, Maisy (Updated)

The Stella Family: Brad, Marylynne, Lennon, Maisy (Updated)

Sep 11

The Stellas, Brad and Marylynne, are a Canadian country music duo from Whitby, Ontario. Their two daughters, Lennon and Maisy, are following in the footsteps of their musical parents…

The Life, Near-Deaths & Death Of Ben Breedlove (Updated)

The Life, Near-Deaths & Death Of Ben Breedlove (Updated)

May 19

After cheating death three times, Ben Breedlove, 18, finally lost his life on Christmas night after suffering from a heart attack. But not before he recorded videos of his life and near-death experiences and how at peace he felt when he believed he was leaving the world…

The Angeli Symphony of Stuart Sharp

The Angeli Symphony of Stuart Sharp

May 09

Stuart Sharp saw a vision of the musical masterpiece in his mind after his baby son Ben died 35 years ago. A self-trained musician who slept on the streets for a decade, he is now hailed a genius after writing The Angeli Symphony…

The Shroud of Turin

The Shroud of Turin

May 06

All about The Shroud of Turin — the burial cloth that many informed people believe was the burial cloth of Jesus.

Jesus (Updated)

Jesus (Updated)

Apr 06

This page includes Jesus-related links to news articles, special reports, books, movies, videos, modern Jesus scholarship, The Sayings Gospel Q, and more…