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pleiadian-starseed:

veganmovement2012:





As Gary Francione writes, “If you love animals but think that veganism is extreme, then you are confused about the meaning of love.”

This image shows the firing of a captive bolt gun into the skull of a cow. If done “properly,” a long retractable steel rod will penetrate the brain and render the animal unconscious without killing him. Then he will be hung upside down and have his throat slit, dying from massive blood loss. This practice is a part of all commercial cow slaughter, including slaughter under every so-called humane welfare label in the U.S. At the time of being forced into the restraining device to be shot, even the most “humanely” raised animals are confused, terrified, or, in the rare best case scenarios, have been led to their violent and needless execution by someone they trust or even love.Don’t buy the humane myth.Learn more about so-called humane farming at our website: http://freefromharm.org/animal-products-and-ethics/a-comprehensive-analysis-of-the-humane-farming-myth/







 It hurts my heart…….

The problem with most people in our society is they have chosen to turn a blind eye to things that can make them uncomfortable. This is true for politics, religion, and yes, animal cruelty. 
I’m not here advocating everyone going vegan (though it certainly would be awesome if it happened). All I’m trying to do is make sure everyone out there who loves a burger, or bacon, or chicken sandwich knows the reality about how that animal lived and was then murdered. If you do and are comfortable with it…by all means, please continue with your regularly scheduled programming. However, if after learning the truth you have a problem with the process of how that meat made it to your table hopefully you will make the choice to alter your personal dietary decisions and hope it inspires others to follow suit. Consider watching this documentary for more info.
Knowledge is power, my friends.

pleiadian-starseed:

veganmovement2012:

As Gary Francione writes, “If you love animals but think that veganism is extreme, then you are confused about the meaning of love.”
This image shows the firing of a captive bolt gun into the skull of a cow. If done “properly,” a long retractable steel rod will penetrate the brain and render the animal unconscious without killing him. Then he will be hung upside down and have his throat slit, dying from massive blood loss. This practice is a part of all commercial cow slaughter, including slaughter under every so-called humane welfare label in the U.S. 

At the time of being forced into the restraining device to be shot, even the most “humanely” raised animals are confused, terrified, or, in the rare best case scenarios, have been led to their violent and needless execution by someone they trust or even love.


Don’t buy the humane myth.

Learn more about so-called humane farming at our website: http://freefromharm.org/
animal-products-and-ethics/a-comprehensive-analysis-of-the-humane-farming-myth/

 It hurts my heart…….

The problem with most people in our society is they have chosen to turn a blind eye to things that can make them uncomfortable. This is true for politics, religion, and yes, animal cruelty. 

I’m not here advocating everyone going vegan (though it certainly would be awesome if it happened). All I’m trying to do is make sure everyone out there who loves a burger, or bacon, or chicken sandwich knows the reality about how that animal lived and was then murdered. If you do and are comfortable with it…by all means, please continue with your regularly scheduled programming. However, if after learning the truth you have a problem with the process of how that meat made it to your table hopefully you will make the choice to alter your personal dietary decisions and hope it inspires others to follow suit. Consider watching this documentary for more info.

Knowledge is power, my friends.

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Read. It makes you more intelligent. It’s that simple. We all see the universe through the tiny keyhole of our own eyes, and every book is another keyhole from which you can gaze.

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"Fear is the foundation of sickness, producing inflammation, some image in the mind bringing confusion which quickens the blood and causes the heart to beat out of harmony. Here arises the cause of sickness. Always reason from cause, not from effect.”
With this quote in mind, think of the TV “programming" and what you see on a regular basis in the newspapers, magazines, on the internet… If you eliminate these things from your life, you will start having a completely new experience… one that you are really in charge of. Otherwise, you are subject to the thoughts that these mediums are putting in your head.

embodyilluminati:

"Fear is the foundation of sickness, producing inflammation, some image in the mind bringing confusion which quickens the blood and causes the heart to beat out of harmony. Here arises the cause of sickness. Always reason from cause, not from effect.”

With this quote in mind, think of the TV “programming" and what you see on a regular basis in the newspapers, magazines, on the internet… If you eliminate these things from your life, you will start having a completely new experience… one that you are really in charge of. Otherwise, you are subject to the thoughts that these mediums are putting in your head.

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Life is so damn short, for fucks sake, just do what makes you happy.

Compliment people. Magnify their strengths, not their weaknesses.

Not everyone is going to want, accept, or know how to receive your energy. Make peace with it and move on.

Kindness. It doesn’t cost a damn thing. Sprinkle that shit everywhere.

Slow down, calm down, don’t worry, don’t hurry. Trust the process.

Spend more time making yourself a better person and less time worrying about what everyone else is doing.

Find a way, not an excuse.

Religious freedom doesn’t mean you can force others to live by your own beliefs, and you do not have to endure this from others either.

We are not our failures.

You can’t live a positive life with a negative mind.

The more you close yourself the unhappier you’ll be. You’re not alone, open up to people.

People come and people go. That’s the way the world goes. Live and learn, don’t live and regret. The best is yet to come. Look forward.

When you lose yourself in what you love, you find yourself in what you are.

Forget everything you’ve been told and open your mind.

Forgiveness is the greatest indicator of strength. Admit when you’re wrong, but if someone makes you feel like shit for the mistake, move on. Similarly, when someone makes a mistake, be good enough to understand why they did. You don’t attack people because of a mistake. People learn.

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queenanunnaki:

12 Facts about Puma Punku

45 miles west of La Paz high in the Andes mountains, lie the mysterious ancient ruins of Puma Punku. The megalithic stones found here are among the largest on the planet, measuring up to 26 feet long and weighing more than 100 tons each. Puma Punku is a large temple complex or monument group that is part of the Tiwanaku Site near Tiwanaku, Bolivia.

  1. Puma Punku is so unique in the way that it was constructed and shaped and positioned, that it is the most intriguing ancient site on the planet.
  2. If you look at the stones carefully, you can see some intricate stonework, as though they used machine tools or even lasers. Evidence of ancient civilizations using modern technology? Sure.
  3. At Puma Punku you will find incredible stones with these perfect right angles, smooth as glass, this makes Puma Punku unique and over of the few places on earth to find this type of stone work.
  4. The massive stones were hewn at quarries over 60 miles away.
  5. Puma Punku is located  at an altitude of 12,800 feet, which means it is located above the natural tree line, this means that NO trees grew in that area which means that no trees were cut down in order to use wooden rollers, the question is how did they transport the stones?
  6. Tiahuanaco is located near Puma Punku, less than a quarter mile northeast of Puma Punku. Scientists believe Tiahuanaco was once the center of a civilization with more than 40,000 inhabitants.
  7. Tiahuanaco is probably the greatest Native American civilization that many people haven’t heard of.
  8. It’s said that in Tiahuanaco are all the races of mankind represented, even elongated skulls, people wearing turbans, people with broad noses, people with thin noses, people with thick lips, people with thin lips, and some of the statues are particularly unusual and are unlike the ones found in the nearby area.
  9. One of the most important archaeological artifacts ever discovered in Tiahuanaco or Puma Punku is the famous Fuente Magna Bowl discovered near Tiahuanaco.
  10. The Ceramic bowl, has  Sumerian cuneiform and Proto-Sumerian hieroglyphic written on it.
  11. The megalithic stones found at Puma Punku are among the largest on the planet.
  12. There are stones at Puma Punku that weigh over 100 tons.

by Ivan Petricevic ancient-code.com

Images: google

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spaceadmiraldee:

Ten More Ancient Sites I Want to Visit:

1. Giza Necropolis in Egypt - Ancient Egypt

2. Roman Forum in Italy - Roman Empire

3. Bayon in Cambodia - Khmer Empire

4. Monte Alban in Mexico - Zapotec

5. Stonehenge in England - Neolithic

6. Leptis Magna in Libya - Roman Empire

7. Ollantaytambo in Peru - Incan

8. Delphi in Greece - Ancient Greek

9. Borobudur in Indonesia - Sailendra Dynasty

10. Tikal in Guatemala - Mayan

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Always considered this one of the most understated facts that no one seems to want to recognize.

divineirony:

Truly underwhelming

Always considered this one of the most understated facts that no one seems to want to recognize.

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Become self sufficient! It scares our government more than anything!

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