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  • Paracelsus Posted 3 years ago under Education, History, Medicine, Science

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    Contents [Hide]Paracelsus: Alchemic HealingSome of his accomplishmentsParacelsus on Causes of Sickness and DiseaseSelected Bibliography Paracelsus: Alchemic Healing Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim, 1493-1541. He was a Swiss-German philosopher with a great interest in many areas of study, such as botany, astrology, and all things occult.  He was a healer, alchemist, and acknowledged as the   Full article…

  • Language and Consciousness Posted 3 years ago under Education, History, Truth

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    Contents [Hide]LiteralSymbolicEssenceSelected Bibliography The amount of reality we can grasp is extended or limited by the level of language that we have developed. The meaning of language may be explored at three fundamental levels Literal The literal, exterior, or outer form level (the world of nouns, facts and the past). This is the level of   Full article…

  • Mystery Schools Posted 3 years ago under Conspiracies, Education, Government, History

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    Contents [Hide]Reflection on the Evolution of the Mystery SchoolsReferencesSuggested readingNote Reflection on the Evolution of the Mystery Schools “All that glitters is not gold”: Shakespeare: The Merchant of Venice The same is particularly true of the published histories of alchemy, esotericism and much of the related information regarding the mystery schools planted on the web   Full article…

  • Epigenetics Posted 3 years ago under Education, History, Research, Science

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    Contents [Hide]EpigeneticsWhat is Epigenetics?Evolution of working models of evolutionGenetics a casualty of the Cold WarThe epigenetic implication of a recent nicotine pathology inheritance studyPandora’s epigenetic box has been openedThe implication for homeopathyPostscriptEssential Bibliography Inheritance, Chronic Disease, and Epigenetics Epigenetics Currently, one of the biological sciences’ hottest topics now emerging into the public domain is Epigenetics.   Full article…

  • Operation Plumbbob Posted 3 years ago under Government, History, Military, Weapons

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    Contents [Hide]BackgroundRadiological effectsPropulsion of steel plate capReferences Operation Plumbbob was a series of nuclear tests conducted between May 28 and October 7, 1957, at the Nevada Test Site, following Project 57, and preceding Project 58/58A.[1] It was the biggest, longest, and most controversial test series in the continental United States. Background The operation consisted of   Full article…

  • Theobroma Cacao Posted 3 years ago under Food, History

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    Contents [Hide]DescriptionTaxonomy and nomenclatureDistribution and domesticationHistory of cultivationCurrency systemMythologyModern HistoryCultivationPestsInsectsFungiOomycetesVirusesMiscellaneousConservationCacao has an ancient historyNotesReferencesAdditional Sources Description Theobroma cacao, also known as the cacao tree and cocoa tree, is a small (4–8 m (13–26 ft) tall) evergreen tree in the family Malvaceae, native to the deep tropical regions of Central and South America. Its seeds, cocoa   Full article…

  • HomePage Posted 3 years ago under Health, History, Politics, Technology, Truth

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    Contents [Hide]Welcome to Truth Wiki Welcome to Truth Wiki Help build the world’s largest encyclopedia of truth, covering alternative health, government, lost technology, history, alternative science and more.

  • Pomegranate Posted 1817 years ago under Food, Health, History, Nutrition

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    Contents [Hide]DescriptionCultivationVarietiesCultivarsEtymology and terms for pomegranate in other languagesCultural historyCulinary useIn medicineResearchNutrients and phytochemicalsPhenolic contentIn juiceIn other parts of the fruitPotential health benefitsClinical trial rationale and activitySymbolismAncient EgyptAncient GreeceJudaismChristianityIslamArmeniaAzerbaijanIran and ancient PersiaPakistanHinduismChinaReferences The pomegranate /ˈpɒmɨɡrænɨt/, botanical name Punica granatum, is a fruit-bearing deciduous shrub or small tree growing between 5–8 meters (16–26 ft) tall. In   Full article…

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