Heather Callaghan's passion is for natural health and wellness.
Her website, NaturalBlaze.com is warehouse of health and wellness news and information, not found in the mainstream media. Every day her newsletter delivers a fascinating assortment of information that you can use to feel better and have more vitality of life.
Heather Callaghan is back with us this program. Heather Callaghan is a health and food activist and posts regularly on her website, http://www.NaturalBlaze.com.
We talked through a few of her recent posts covering the following:
There is a new documentary that addresses the dangers of vaccines and it's titled, "Bought." We talked briefly on the issue of fluoride in the water and ways you can protect yourself. Heather wrote a piece on the new GM soybean oil and how it's supposed to be better than regular soybean oil, which is already pretty bad stuff. Neither compares to the king of good oils, coconut oil.
Now on YouTube. Heather Callaghan, Food Freedom Activist & Writer, is back with us this program. She is part of a growing community of young thinkers, writers, and activists that have broken out of The Matrix and are using the blogosphere and social media as their bully pulpit for sharing information and ideas.
Now on YouTube. This program Scott Teeters chats with Bo Long, the creator of a fascinating enterprise called Orgonia.
So what in the world is this natural energy called orgonite and why would you be interested?
Bo Long tells us about Orgone Energy. Bo is in the "Orgone Devices" business. The term “Orgone” was coined by Wilhelm Reich in the 1930s and basically means, “Life Force.” It was conceived as the anti-entropic principle of the universe, a creative substratum in all of nature comparable to Franz Mesmer’s “animal magnetism.” Mesmer’s work went on to be called, “Hypnosis” by Scottish Dr. James Braid, it also lead to the expression “to be Mesmerized” or “to be in a trance.”
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