The Native American Code of Ethics

Wherever you come from and whatever your circumstances, I think that this code is something that we should all try and live by. It was originally published in the Inter-Tribal Times in October, 1994 but it transcends time. Have a look and let me know what you think of this. How many of you are already living this code of ethics? 1. Rise with the sun to pray. Pray alone. Pray often. The Great Spirit will listen, if you only speak. 2. Be tolerant of those who are lost on their path. Ignorance, conceit, anger, jealousy and greed stem from a lost soul. Pray that they will find guidance. 3. Search for yourself, by yourself. Do not allow others to make your path for you. It is your road, and yours alone. Others may walk it with you, but no one can walk it for you. 4. Treat the […] Read More

How Transmuting Dark Energies Will Heal the Universe

If you think about everything that is happening in the world, doesn’t it seem like you attract more of the dark as you raise your vibration? Perhaps that is because the archons negative energy yearns for healing just as much as we do. That doesn’t include ALL negative beings. As we know, we are dealing with a few psychopathic beings that are still running the negative harvest matrix program. Some people have said that the big bosses (the Archons) have actually left and all that is left is the middle men and they left them here to throw them under the bus. All ultimately comes from the same Source. Some of Source’s children have been very naughty and have not played by the rules of the game. These naughty beings are being forced into a corner and are being given a choice of changing polarity through healing or healing […] Read More

This Is What We Look Like When We Hold On To Our Illusions!

The below video represents the perfect analogy of what one looks like when they hold onto false belief systems; ones that were handed down to them from generation to generation. Many of us were never taught to question where our beliefs came from which can make us rigid and judgmental. Questioning our false reality serves a high purpose because figuring out what is true and what is a lie, should be a priority in life. Question everything, remain strong and always hold love in the heart. Watch this short clip and let us know what you think (recommended: turn the volume down). Related articles When Rod Serling and Jacques Vallee Made a UFO Film Editor In Chief Of World’s Best Known Medical Journal: Half Of All The Literature Is False The Traditional Cherokee Belief System The Habit Of Being Content Is Crystal Healing Scientifically Possible? Tapping: The Self-Help Technique That […] Read More

How Corporate America Invented Christian America

How one reverend’s big business-backed crusade altered the political landscape. The following is an adapted excerpt from Kevin Kruse’s new book,  One Nation Under God: How Corporate America Invented Christian America (Basic Books, 2015). In December 1940, as America was emerging from the Great Depression, more than 5,000 industrialists from across the nation made their yearly pilgrimage to the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City, convening for the annual meeting of the National Association of Manufacturers. The program promised an impressive slate of speakers: titans at General Motors, General Electric, Standard Oil, Mutual Life, and Sears, Roebuck; popular lecturers such as etiquette expert Emily Post and renowned philosopher-historian Will Durant; even FBI director J. Edgar Hoover. Tucked away near the end of the program was a name few knew initially, but one everyone would be talking about by the convention’s end: Reverend James W. Fifield Jr. Handsome, tall, and somewhat gangly, […] Read More

‘Pro Life’ GOPer Says It’s Fine For Kids to Die in the Name of God

Rep. Christy Perry says it violates parents’ rights if they’re required to treat their sick children. In a deeply religious section of Idaho, a Republican state representative says that the state has no right to protect children from their parents who refuse them needed medical treatment in favor of faith healing. “Children do die,” says Rep. Christy Perry. And it’s fine with her if Idaho children die in the name of God. Perry’s district includes many followers of a religious cult, Followers of Christ, that eschews medicine. She says that the sect’s members are more comfortable confronting death when it happens to their children. “I’m not trying to sound callous, but [people calling for reform] want to act as if death is an anomaly. But it’s not. It’s a way of life,” she says. Perry says that a proposed ban on faith-healing would violate the religious rights of her constituents. […] Read More

Evangelists Plan to Convert Atheist Computers to Christianity

Several pastors and theologians said that there was no reason that a computer could not be saved by Jesus. Christian evangelists said this week that artificially intelligent (AI) computer brains should be converted from atheism to Christianity. In an article published on Wednesday, Gizmodo’s Zoltan Istvan pointed out that the world was nearing a point where “autonomous, self-aware super intelligences” created by humans would be part of our culture. And several pastors and theologians told Istvan that there was no reason that a computer could not be saved by Jesus. “I don’t see Christ’s redemption limited to human beings,” Providence Presbyterian Church Associate Pastor Dr. Christopher Benek insisted. “If AI is autonomous, then we should encourage it to participate in Christ’s redemptive purposes in the world.” Benek was already thinking ahead to a future with what Istvan called “a nation filled with robot pastors and AI spiritual gurus.” “The […] Read More

Huckabee Claims God Blessed Him, and Mormons Back LGBT Rights

No one has had a busier week than former Fox News host Mike Huckabee, who got a direct blessing from God to run for president so that he could fight off the “secular theocracy” atheists with no political power are imposing upon the American people. As if that was not enough, Huckabee has figured out how to end all school shootings—not with sensible gun control, but in form of a Christian theocracy in which your children pray at school. Speaking at an evangelical conference, Huckabee reminisced about his public school days, which he says were full of religion: “The Gideons would give us Bibles. And nobody got arrested. Nobody got sued. And by the way, nobody got hurt either. Because we were bringing Bibles to school, people weren’t bringing guns to school, except for the deer hunters who left them in their trucks. We prayed at my school. We prayed the first […] Read More

Gov. Bobby Jindal Is One of the Top Republican Islamophobes — and Also a Religious Extremist

Jindal may be against Islamic extremism, but his moves as a fervent Catholic promotes a religious agenda. Today Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is in London, to give a speech about how to address Islamic extremism at the conservative Henry Jackson Society. While this topic has little to do with his current job, hysteria about Muslims is a rising topic among the crop of Republican presidential contenders, and the speech is a way for Jindal to court the Islamophobia among GOP primary voters. But Jindal is perhaps the most ironic figure to address religious extremism, given his own background. He has been a fervent convert to Catholicism, and has engaged in borderline abusive practices himself; as governor, he expanded the role of religion in public schools, blurring the divide between church and state. If anything, Jindal should take a look at his own messianic religiosity before criticizing others’. A Fervent […] Read More

My Horrible Right-Wing Past: Confessions of a One-Time Religious Right Icon

I was a religious fanatic appealing to political leaders. Today, the fanatics are the political leaders. I am a white, privileged, well-off, 61-year-old former Republican religious right-wing activist who changed his mind about religion and politics long ago. The New York Times profiled my change of heart, saying that to my former friends I’m considered a “traitorous prince” since my religious-right family was once thought of as “evangelical royalty.” Only in the Mafia, the British Royal family and big-time American religion is a nepotistic rise to power seen as normal. And I was good at it. And I hated it while hypocritically profiting from it; until, that is, in the mid-1980s, I quit. These days I describe myself as an atheist who believes in God. Ironically, I helped my father become famous in the religion sector. In the 1970s I directed and produced two film series featuring Dad with book companions that became evangelical bestsellers: How […] Read More