Eat Right According To Your Blood Type

Can your blood type determine the way you should eat to have better health and a fuller life? Well some people believe it can. And one of them is Dr. Peter D’Adamo.

He is a very famous neuropathic medic and in his book Eat Right for Your Type: The Individualized Diet Solution for Living Longer, Staying Healthy & Getting Your Ideal Weight he describes the idea. Here is a summary of what he says on how you should eat according to your blood type.

He is believes that blood types are the most important thing when it comes to our health and well-being and that some food can be harmful for one blood type but helpful for other. Also, he claims that even the way you exercise can be closely connected with your blood type, or on the other side, your blood type can cause you some illness.

Some experts disagree with this method of nutrition, but since his book was published, the more than 7 million sold copies worldwide speak for themselves.

How Does the Blood Type Diets Works?

D’Adamo’s theory says that each person has its responses to food, which are closely connected with our blood type. He says that lectins (carbohydrate-binding proteins) can correspond to different blood type in a different way. It can be extremely dangerous on your health if certain lectins get in contact with certain blood type.

Dr. D’Adamo closely explains these side-effects and changes in his book, but, his main goal is to analyze which foods are appropriate for each blood type and the amount in which they should be consumed.The Four Basic Blood Types:

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Quotes From a Sioux Indian Chief That Will Make You Question Everything About Our Society

Luther Standing Bear was an Oglala Lakota Sioux Chief who, among a few rare others such as Charles EastmanBlack Elk and Gertrude Bonnin occupied the rift between the way of life of the Indigenous people of the Great Plains before, and during, the arrival and subsequent spread of the European pioneers. Raised in the traditions of his people until the age of eleven, he was then educated at the Carlisle Indian Industrial Boarding School of Pennsylvania, where he learned the english language and way of life. (Though a National Historical Landmark, Carlisle remains a place of controversy in Native circles.)

Like his above mentioned contemporaries, however, his native roots were deep, leaving him in the unique position of being a conduit between cultures. Though his movement through the white man’s world was not without “success” — he had numerous movie roles in Hollywood — his enduring legacy was the protection of the way of life of his people.

By the time of his death he had published 4 books and had become a leader at the forefront of the progressive movement aimed at preserving Native American heritage and sovereignty, coming to be known as a strong voice in the education of the white man as to the Native American way of life. Here, then, are 10 quotes from the great Sioux Indian Chief known as Standing Bear that will be sure to disturb much of what you think you know about “modern” culture.

1) Praise, flattery, exaggerated manners and fine, high-sounding words were no part of Lakota politeness. Excessive manners were put down as insincere, and the constant talker was considered rude and thoughtless. Conversation was never begun at once, or in a hurried manner.

2) Children were taught that true politeness was to be defined in actions rather than in words. They were never allowed to pass between the fire and the older person or a visitor, to speak while others were speaking, or to make fun of a crippled or disfigured person. If a child thoughtlessly tried to do so, a parent, in a quiet voice, immediately set him right.

3) Silence was meaningful with the Lakota, and his granting a space of silence before talking was done in the practice of true politeness and regardful of the rule that ‘thought comes before speech.’…and in the midst of sorrow, sickness, death or misfortune of any kind, and in the presence of the notable and great, silence was the mark of respect… strict observance of this tenet of good behavior was the reason, no doubt, for his being given the false characterization by the white man of being a stoic. He has been judged to be dumb, stupid, indifferent, and unfeeling.

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4) We did not think of the great open plains, the beautiful rolling hills, the winding streams with tangled growth, as ‘wild’. Only to the white man was nature a ‘wilderness’ and only to him was it ‘infested’ with ‘wild’ animals and ‘savage’ people. To us it was tame. Earth was bountiful and we were surrounded with the blessings of the Great Mystery.

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Woman Handcuffed and Raped In Police Cruiser

In a breaking news story out of norther Quebec, a young Indigenous woman from an Inuit village has filed suit against the police after she was left handcuffed in the back of a police cruiser where she was then raped.

The woman, who was 17-years-old when the incident took place, is suing for $400,000. The suit explains that she was knowingly left in the back of the vehicle with a repeat sexual offender, Joe Kritik, who then sexually assaulted her.

Unlike the woman who was assaulted, Kritik was not restrained or handcuffed in any way. The police knew this when they left him alone with the woman who was subsequently assaulted by Kritik.

“The plaintiff was unable to defend herself, being handcuffed in her back and unable to leave the vehicle, the doors being locked,” the suit alleges.

The suit says that the woman suffers from post-traumatic stress since the incident which took place back in September of 2011 in the lakeside community of Tasiujaq. The area is only accessible by airplane, snowmobile or boat, according to the lawsuit.

The suit specifically names the officer and the local police service chief as well as the regional government. It alleges “a serious lack of professionalism and gross negligence,” on behalf of the entire department, and additionally comments that the officers involved, “show[ed] an incredible lack of concern for the safety of the plaintiff.”

 

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http://countercurrentnews.com/2015/01/native-american-woman-handcuffed-in-police-cruiser/

Most Perfectly Timed Photos

To take professional photos takes a lot of practicing and very seldom do you get a “perfectly timed” photo.

But against all the odds in the universe, these 27 photos were taken just at the right moment in time and they turned out super awesome.

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Please SHARE these amazing pictures with your friends and family.

http://themindunleashed.org/2014/08/27-perfectly-timed-photos-ive-ever-seen.html

Time Travel to the Future

“A supermassive black hole is a time machine. But of course, it’s not exactly practical. It has advantages over wormholes in that it doesn’t provoke paradoxes. Plus it won’t destroy itself in a flash of feedback. But it’s pretty dangerous. It’s a long way away and it doesn’t even take us very far into the future. Fortunately there is another way to travel in time. And this represents our last and best hope of building a real time machine.”

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Stephen Hawking believes in time travel.  But, time travel to the future. To Hawking, time flows like a river and it seems as if each of us is  carried relentlessly along by time’s current. But time, says Hawking,  is like a river in another way: “It flows at different speeds in different places and that is the key to traveling into the future.” This is an idea first suggested by Albert Einstein over 100 years ago.”So a supermassive black hole is a time machine. But of course, it’s not exactly practical. It has advantages over wormholes in that it doesn’t provoke paradoxes. Plus it won’t destroy itself in a flash of feedback. But it’s pretty dangerous. It’s a long way away and it doesn’t even take us very far into the future. Fortunately there is another way to travel in time. And this represents our last and best hope of building a real time machine.Stephen Hawking thinks four of the world’s physicists are wrong believing that time travel is impossible: Hawking sides with Sir Arthur Clarke, author of Space Odyssey 2001 who famously stated that “when a distinguished scientist states that something is impossible, he is very probably wrong”.  And a lot of distinguished scientists believe that just “Time travel is absolutely impossible”.

Hawking says: “Although I cannot move and I have to speak through a computer, in my mind I am free. Free to explore the universe and ask the big questions, such as: is time travel possible? Can we open a portal to the past or find a shortcut to the future? Can we ultimately use the laws of nature to become masters of time itself?”

Several of the planet’s leading scientists, including Charles Liu (author of “One Universe: At Home In The Cosmos”), Brian Greene (of “The Elegant Universe”) and Michio Kaku (“Hyperspace”) float a raft of objections to the concept of time travel. True to Clarke’s statement, sometimes affectionately known as “Clarke’s Law”, each objection seems more like reason to expect time travel than rule it out.

Professor Greene states that all time-travel theories operate at the very boundaries of known physics, and are therefore unlikely to work.  As opposed to, say, the boundaries of our understanding being where new discoveries are made.  As Sir Clarke said years ago: “The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible”.

The other chief objection is the incomprehensible amounts of energy required to punch a hole in spacetime, or stabilize a wormhole, or engineer a double-cosmic-string-ring (yes, that’s a real astrophysical concept) capable of bending space hard enough to let us pop back to the past.  One point eighty-one jigawatts just isn’t going to cut it here, whatever “jigawatts” turn out to be, and most calculations show that powering a time machine with a lightning strike would be like powering a sixteen-wheeler with a bag of jelly babies.  (So it seems Marty won’t be getting back to the future after all).

Of course, the idea of lighting up New York would have had you committed to a mental home in the early eighteenth century.  Pre-electricity, schemes were being suggested to transport the increasing numbers of people to the scant available heat and light in times of need.

Understand: the amount of energy we now take for granted was so vast, so utterly unimaginable to people in the past that they were preparing to restructure their whole society rather than even attempt to generate it.  Of course, this doesn’t guarantee that we’ll be able to pop back and tell them.  The false argument of past scientific ignorance, the “didn’t scientists used to think the world was flat” gambit fails because we know so much more now.  The key to progress is our cumulative knowledge, developed and refined by generations of researchers into a vast, accurate body of knowledge.  We are far more likely to be able to find what’s possible than at any point in history.  What we know so far is probably right, and allows us to make predictions about what might be possible.

But until we can explain absolutely everything, we should still steer clear of saying something is impossible. Here’s what our beloved Professor Hawking says about time travel in a post on The Daily Mail:

“Time travel was once considered scientific heresy. I used to avoid talking about it for fear of being labeled a crank. But these days I’m not so cautious. In fact, I’m more like the people who built Stonehenge. I’m obsessed by time. If I had a time machine I’d visit Marilyn Monroe in her prime or drop in on Galileo as he turned his telescope to the heavens. Perhaps I’d even travel to the end of the universe to find out how our whole cosmic story ends.

“To see how this might be possible, we need to look at time as physicists do – at the fourth dimension. It’s not as hard as it sounds. Every attentive schoolchild knows that all physical objects, even me in my chair, exist in three dimensions. Everything has a width and a height and a length.

“But there is another kind of length, a length in time. While a human may survive for 80 years, the stones at Stonehenge, for instance, have stood around for thousands of years. And the solar system will last for billions of years. Everything has a length in time as well as space. Traveling in time means traveling through this fourth dimension.

 

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http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2012/02/i-do-believe-in-time-travel-time-travel-to-the-future-time-flows-like-a-river-and-it-seems-as-if-each-of-us-is-carried-rele.html

http://www.space.com/21675-time-travel.html

Attract the Life you Truly Deserve

Would you like to be able to put the Law of Attraction to work for your benefit? To activate the energy of the universe and turn your dreams into realities?

The Law of Attraction works. If you move through the world confident of your worth and expecting good things, they’ll be drawn to you. Tell the Universe what you want, by acting as if you already know with every cell in your body that it will come, and wait for it to arrive. Change the way you think about what you deserve, and you’ll get everything you’re entitled to. And you can do all of that in just a few hours – with help from hypnosis.

The four cosmic sessions in the Law of Attraction Hypnosis Bundle will help you recondition your thought patterns, letting you get a clear picture of what you want, appreciate what you already have, exude positive energy, and attract the success that’s rightfully yours!

Ignite the Law of Attraction in your life! Change your thinking to turn belief into reality and to enable the cosmos to bring you what you want. Connect your subconscious mind with real-world goals to manifest what you desire and change your life for the better, with the minimum of effort.

  • Activate the Law of Attraction right now!
  • Ask for what you need, and know you’ll get it
  • Replace hope with expectation and need with desire
  • Overflow with positive, enjoyable, wonderful anticipation

Be thankful for what you’ve got, knowing that you’ve already been fortunate in so many ways. Learn to count your blessings so the concept of “wanting” has no hold over you. Discover the power to focus on what you have, rather than on what’s missing from your life, and simply let the universe deliver the rest!

 

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http://www.hypnosislive.com/law-of-attraction-hypnosis-bundle

Gratitude Journal Ideas

One amazingly powerful way to become the kind of person who naturally attracts more happiness, better health, deeper relationships and more overall success into their lives, is to be the kind of person who is grateful for everything that is going on in your life RIGHT NOW.

Remember, life is about the JOURNEY not the DESTINATION.

Grateful people are happier, it’s so easy to always be looking for the next goal to achieve, or to say sweeping statements like “I’ll be happy when….”, but it takes a special kind of inspirational person to be grateful for where their life is right NOW… no matter what challenges are occurring.

One of the best ways to train your subconscious mind to vibrate gratefulness on an ongoing basis is to simply spend 3 minutes a day keeping a gratitude journal.

3 minutes a day to personal power and a lifetime of happiness. That’s it, it doesn’t take long, but you’ll be amazed after 60 days or more just how great your life will become, how strongly you’ll vibrate success and happiness, how others will naturally see you as an inspirational kind of person…

…And how you’ll just naturally notice all the good things going on as your subconscious will be looking for them all the time throughout the day.

So… With that in mind… What are you grateful for? Please enter your thoughts below, I’d like to turn this into a HUGE gratefulness thread full of 1000s of Gratitude Journal Ideas for future people to look at and read and be inspired.

I’m grateful for being able to keep a healthy diet, without worry about where the next meal will come from.

I’m grateful for my family, I’m grateful for having two legs that allow me to travel the world and have seen many great things.

I’m grateful that today as I’m writing this, it’s a nice sunny day outside.

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What are you grateful for? Please leave a comment!

Superstitions And Their Origins

From avoiding walking under ladders to carrying a rabbit’s foot for good luck; why do we do the things we do?  What is the origin of many of our most common superstitions?

25. It’s bad luck to open an umbrella indoors

Even though many people believe that this superstition started with the Pharaohs in ancient Egypt, most historians trace the belief back to Victorian times when the poorly designed umbrellas of the time would have been a very legitimate hazard indoors.

boutique tourism12324. Walking Under a Ladder is Bad Luck

Egyptians regarded triangles as sacred and since a ladder resting against a wall forms a triangle it was not ok for someone to walk through it.

23. Broken mirrors lead to seven years of bad luck

Looking into the mirror to predict the future was a practice used in ancient Greece and was called catoptromancy.  Having a distorted reflection was considered a really bad sign.  Later the Romans taught the idea that people have 7 year cycles of good health and then bad health.  Combine those two traditions and the modern superstition is born.

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22. When you spill salt, toss some over your left shoulder to avoid bad luck

Tossing spilled salt over your left shoulder started around 3,500 BC by the Sumerians.  After that the tradition spread to the Egyptians, Assyrians, and later the Greeks.

21. Knock on wood to prevent Disappointment

Even though this is a very common superstition, historians are unsure what the true origins are. They believe it is possible that the habit comes from touching a wooden crucifix while taking an oath.

20. Hang a horseshoe on your door with the open end up for good luck

During the middle ages many people thought that witches feared horses and would stay away from any sign of them.  Because of this the people would put horseshoes on their barns during the summer.

images19. A black cat crossing your path is unlucky

Originally because of ancient Egyptians cats were considered good luck.  But when King Charles the I mourned the loss of his cat he decided that his luck was gone.  Now people all over the world believe the sight of a black cat is bad.

18. The number 13 is Unlucky

Also known as triskaidekaphobia, the fear of the number 13 originates back to Norse mythology when 12 Gods were said to be having dinner when Loki, the God of strife and evil, crashed the party and ultimately caused the death of Balder, one of the Gods.

17. Finding a four leaf clover is lucky

In ancient times the Celts believed that four leaf clovers were powerful objects and that they could be used to ward off evil.

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16. Wishing upon a shooting star

In the first century Ptolemy theorized that shooting stars resulted from gods peering down on the Earth.  While the gods were looking people would send their wishes and hope that they would hear them.

15. Holding your breath while passing a cemetery

Normally this is attributed to the connection between breathing and living.  However in some Native American cultures breathing near the dead was risky because you might accidentally inhale someone’s soul.

14. Throwing coins in a fountain for luck

Originally this was practiced by the ancient Romans and then was also used by the Celts.  Many theorize that it was to appease the water gods.

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Blowing out the seeds of a dandelion originated in Celtic Mythology.  It was believed that dandelions could cure diseases and would bring about good fairies.

 

 

 

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http://thespiritscience.net/2014/11/15/25-common-superstitions-and-their-origins/

Child Reveals One Of The Best Kept Secrets

It’s a truly incredible time we live in. Think back to all the amazing revolutions we’ve learned about in history. There’s been some amazing changes that have taken place and the implications of people standing up and doing something different has been huge. After all it led us to where we are today. As destructive and close to extinction as we are, we’ve done some amazing things at the same time and the power of human creativity and love has shown itself.

To hear a young girl speak about facts of our world like Victoria does in the video below is amazing. It not only shows that younger generations simply won’t stand for the current world we live in, but that we can look to people other than the so-called “experts” for creative answers to our current challenges.

Victoria speaks about how our world financial system really works and how it was specifically designed to enslave the population.

Deep Secrets Kept From Us

Most people in the world, young or old, have little idea that our world is so incredibly corrupt and coldly calculated to create an enslaved population.[1] Luckily, this is changing with each passing day as a switch seems to be turning on in people that allows them to see and realize that something isn’t quite right here.

This triggers us to search for answers and with the bevy of information in books, films and on the internet about the true workings of our world, people have the ability to go beyond limited institutions, such as the educational system, to find out what’s really going on. This is likely how Victoria found this information as it’s doubtful she learned it in school.

Check out her powerful message in the video below. Regardless of the fact that the solution she presents may not be complete nor the most advanced, it would undoubtedly be a positive step in the right direction.

Please use this as a tool to pass on to others so they can understand what type of system they really live in.

 

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http://www.collective-evolution.com/2014/11/15/12-year-old-child-reveals-one-of-the-best-kept-secrets-in-the-world/

Get Rid Of Your Microwave

More than 95 percent of American homes own a microwave! This says a lot about our desires for a quick, convenient meal.

Looking at the bigger picture, this isn’t entirely our fault. Our world has evolved into a fast paced race against time, and it doesn’t help that half the food in the grocery stores are packaged in plastic for quick consumption.

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I’ve always been really sensitive to microwaves, I can feel the radiation emitting off of them and usually leave the room if one is on.

Here are 5 reasons why they are worth getting rid of:

 

Microwaves Zap Food Nutrition

 

Heating your food in the microwave strips away its original nutrients. The high frequencies emitted from a microwave force the water molecules to rapidly spin, creating friction which heats the food in a short amount of time.

This completely changes the molecular structure of the food itself.

Dr. Joseph M. Mercola, a licensed physician writes that the dielectric heat in the microwave bounces around and is absorbed in the food until it evolves into a sort of ‘dead food’.Microwave-nutrients-food

The nutritional value greatly diminishes the longer the food absorbs the radiation.

 

 

 

Microwaves Destroy Breast Milk And Vitamin B-12

 

In a study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, researchers examined the effects of microwave heating on the loss of vitamin B-12 in foods like raw beef, pork, and milk.

The results of the study show there was a 30 to 40 percent loss of the vitamin when the foods received microwave exposure.

What they found was the natural chemicals in vitamin B-12 became virtually inactive after the microwave heating process.

Researchers tested 22 freshly frozen human milk samples for lysozyme activity and antibodies by heating the samples for 30 seconds on either a low or high power setting.baby-breast-milk-bottle

Breast milk microwaved at high temperatures was found to have greater E coli growth — 18 more times than un-microwaved breast milk.

Microwaving at low temperatures also dramatically decreased lysozyme activity and also promoted the growth of harmful bacteria for babies.

 

 

 

Read more:

http://thespiritscience.net/2014/11/06/5-reasons-to-get-rid-of-your-microwave/