Next Color Can Heal the Nervous System

Originally posted on Outside The Lines:

Can color heal the nervous system? Do different hues have the ability to bring health to the body through the gateway of the eyes?

The answer to these questions is, amazingly, yes. Optometric phototherapy, which heavily relies upon the use of color, has been proven to deliver results to patients. This means that color is not only beautiful, but is also medically useful.

What Is Optometric Phototherapy? How Does It Work?

Syntonics, also known as optometric phototherapy or colored light therapy, is a form of therapy that has been studied formally for over 70 years. According to the College of Syntonic Optometry, syntonics “is the branch of ocular science dealing with the application of selected light frequencies through the eyes.”

To understand syntonics, you must first understand color. Color is not just something lovely to look at; it actually emits physical frequencies, or vibrations. Different colors emit different frequencies…

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How thousands of Icelanders suddenly started worshiping the Norse gods again

Originally posted on My Journey Through Miðgarðr:

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High priest Hilmar Orn Hilmarsson with a procession of fellow members of the Asatru Association, a contemporary Icelandic pagan society, at the Pingvellir National Park near Reykjavik in 2012.(Silke Schurack/Reuters)

…the old Norse gods have once again emerged from the clouds to claim a people once theirs. For the first time in more than 10 centuries, thousands of Icelanders soon will be able to worship Thor, Odin, Frigg and others at a temple on which construction begins this month. Not since the collapse of the Viking age has anyone overtly worshiped at the altar of a Norse god in Iceland, which banned such displays of reverence at the rise of Christianity.

The degree of religiosity among the church’s denizens, however, is a matter of debate. “I don’t believe anyone believes in a one-eyed man who is riding about on a horse with eight feet,” Hilmar Orn Hilmarsson, a high priest of the Norse god religious church…

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Blood type personalities

puameliaclinic:

This is fascinating!

Originally posted on Heiress of the Ruler:

Whenever I checked for the traits of a certain anime character, they always include their blood type.
Japanese and Koreans, kind of like to believe that your blood gives an idea of your personality. This really amused me. Check out if your blood type fits to your personality.

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The Perfectionist

Positive qualities:
Reserved, Patient, Sensitive, Responsible and Punctual.

Negative qualities:
Obsessive, Stubborn, Conservative and Tense.

Compatibility:
A is most compatible with blood types A and AB.

While outwardly calm, they have such high standards (perfectionists) that they tend to be balls of nerves on the inside. Type A’s are the most artistic of the blood groups. They can be shy, are conscientious, trustworthy, and sensitive.

People with blood type A have a deep-rooted strength that helps them stay calm in a crisis when everyone else is panicking. However, they tend to avoid confrontation, and feel very uncomfortable around people…

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Who are your blood types’ ancestors?

Originally posted on The blog donation central:

The  8 main blood types belonging to the ABO and Rhesus systems, are seen everywhere around the world. Well, almost everywhere, since some countries beg for blood donors of certain types.

Contrary to what you may expect, the distribution differs in every corner of the globe according to many ethnic and racial analyses, done throughout the years by the blood banks around the world. If your blood type is rare in your country, you can look for your worldwide ancestors and see where you got that from. It’s nice to have American or Asian roots after all, isn’t it?

The following maps sum it up for you.

Blood type O: the Americas

As you may see, the O allele is very common around the world. More than 60% of humans share it.  Its frequency is particularly elevated among Central and South America, where it approaches 100% in some countries! It reaches…

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California Drought: The Pressure And Profits Of A Slow Motion Catastrophe

Originally posted on Social Work Unplugged:

No matter the reasons for the drought that is ravaging California, there is money to be made. In an age where humans are told every day that they should feel guilty for living, it’s difficult to see how this type of thinking is engineered, let alone to entertain the notion that governments and corporations – never letting a good crisis go to waste – have a role in the creation of the crisis, itself.

What might be learned from taking a look at some of the evidence that is hidden in plain sight, such as the United Nations Weather Warfare Treaty (1977)?

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In essence, per the treaty, governments are not allowed to experiment on other countries, but they are free to do so with their own. That means they can do it to me and you. It’s not that they might not do it anyway, but they went as…

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Mayer Eisenstein files for bankruptcy…again

puameliaclinic:

I have been hearing in the antivaxing community about this man’s death. I can’t help but feel this is linked in somewhere. I think although he has a good message, He is very shading somewhere.

Originally posted on Left Brain Right Brain:

Mayer Eisenstein is a go-to person in the vaccines-cause-autism community. He heads a large practice in the Chicago area and claims that his unvaccinated children do not have autism. He also was or is a part of the “Lupron Franchise”—a group of practitioners who took on the Geier idea that shutting down sex hormone production in autistics could be a treatment. It was a profoundly bad idea.

Mayer Eisenstein was the subject of an article in the Chicago Tribune: Autism doctor: Troubling record trails doctor treating autism. From that article:

Yet his suburban Chicago practice, currently known as Homefirst, garnered an alarming record: It was on the losing side of one of the largest U.S. jury verdicts — $30 million — ever awarded to the family of a newborn in a wrongful-death suit.

In court records dating back three decades, the families of dead and brain-damaged children repeatedly alleged…

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Pauline Got Promoted! DWP Management Psychobabble Is Turning Jobcentres Into Cults

Originally posted on the void:

pauline-pensIf you want an example of the glassy-eyed idiots currently handed senior positions at the DWP then the twitter feed of the regional manager responsible for 149 Jobcentres in Central England is a good place to start.

When not attending tax payer funded leadership and emotional intelligence workshops, Sandra Lambert seems to spend most of her day tweeting ‘inspirational’ claptrap from her feed @CEDirector_WSD
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The most disturbing thing is that she is not alone. This nonsense seems to extend across DWP management.

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