Month: April

How To Find Out Who’s Tracking You Through Your Smartphone?

As technology advances, criminals are right there with it, keeping up. Unfortunately, it’s pretty simple for someone to hack into your computer or smart phone, if you aren’t careful. Safety should always be a top priority. There are several codes you can use to find out more about the settings on your phone, to find

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False Flag Attack in Syria as Globalists Engineer World War III

Americans are sleepwalking into World War III, and as events in Syria are shaping up it could come any moment as the biggest October surprise ever. At this stage in the conflict, we are one minor event away from all out war between the world’s major super powers, an event which would most certainly result in nuclear

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Find Out What Your Body Shape Reveals About Your Health

The shape of our body can be an indicator of the status of our health. While there are general health guidelines that apply to everyone, some illnesses and diseases occur with more frequency in some body types than others. Whether you have a triangular, apple or pear shaped body, there are certain health indicators that

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New Vaccines Invented Will Permanently Alter Human DNA

The New York Times reported in March 2015,“Protection Without a Vaccine.”that references the new lengths of research on the usage of synthetic gene to prevent disease, while altering the human DNA.  Michael Farzan, an immunologist at Scripps and lead author of the new study said:  By delivering synthetic genes into the muscles of the [experimental]

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Are You Ready For The April Pink Full Moon?

If you’re interested in freaky skies, have we ever got a treat for you: April 11th this year means a pink full moon. Let’s answer a few questions about this upcoming lunar treat. 1. Why’s it called the pink full moon? Is this some sort of blood reference? Nope! Each full moon has various names

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This Man Posed Proudly With the Bear he Shot While it Was Hibernating

The Senate has voted (52-47) to eliminate enforced laws that prohibit the hunting of hibernating animals. The Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) enacted these regulations to ensure the prevention of excessive hunting. It also protected animals during the hibernation period, and outlawed the killing of mothers and their offspring This new law will legalize inhumane

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