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Month: November 2017

Bathurst back in business

Bathurst Street became a through street again from Lake Ontario to Holland Landing at the end of 2016. I didn’t get out there till October to follow up on that. I’ve been bad for that kind of thing lately. Apologies later; details later. For now, if you’re still out there, here’s a video that compares driving north up Bathurst and south down Bathurst in July and September of 2013 respectively, compared to doing the same now (October, 2017). Source...

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The Biggest Danger for Earth – The Hercolubus (Planet X) Inbound

Insiders from NASA, DoD national military intelligence, SETI, and the CIA speculate 2/3 of the population of the planet could perish during the coming pole-shift caused by the passage of Hercolubus (Planet X). Another 2/3 of those that survive initially could pass away to starvation and exposure to the elements within 6 months. Most every secretive government agency in the USA is fully aware of what is expected and are readying themselves. The Vatican is fully abreast of what is expected. The public is not being warned and given their chance to prepare. The volume of leaks from insiders, observatories, and the Vatican is bursting the dam of this disclosure wide open. The most important story on earth in over 3000 years is fast breaking loose from being held back by the controllers of the financial markets and major media for fear of panic and financial collapse. These controllers put money in higher regard than people. The public can be given a chance to prepare by being informed. Our planet could very well be about to go through massive regular earth changes once again as a result of the passage of Hercolubus through our immediate solar system. Many areas are now getting a minor preview of these events now because of the plasmatic electromagnetic connection between the planets. They are experiencing unusual weather, storms, volcanism, and seismic activity. Hercolubus...

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Income From Home: How to Survive a Career Change in the Economy Today

Ahh, working from home. You wake up when you are done sleeping, then enjoy a lovely breakfast at your kitchen table while you sip on coffee and read the paper. While everyone else is stuck in a sea of cars on their way to a fluorescent-lit office building, you embark upon your 30-second (depending on the size of your house) commute down the hall to your office. Before you give your boss the pink slip and take the big plunge though, take a brief inventory of your tendencies and preferences to see if earning income from home truly is your style. 1) Do you want a job or a business? There is no right or wrong answer here. If you are prefer to be an employee and not the boss, there are plenty of legitimate work-from-home opportunities. If, however, you are ready to break through the glass ceiling that comes with the game of working for somebody else, it may be your time to have your own business. 2) Are you disciplined? When you work from home, the good news is you are your own boss. The bad news is, you are your own boss. This brings a whole new type of accountability. Nobody is looking over your shoulder to make sure you are doing your job. Discipline, though, is not a natural born talent. You can develop the...

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Yoga for Kids

We do not generally consider children as having stressful lives, but when you think about how busy they are and we are as well, always rushing around to school, sports, lessons and so on, we can begin to appreciate that they are under significant pressure. This can definitely have a negative effect on their lives in many areas. Yoga can help children deal with these pressures and learn techniques to help them to face life's challenges more easily. Yoga is a noncompetitive activity that can foster self-esteem and awareness of one's body for youngsters. Kids can learn methods for relaxation, inner peace and self-health. This can help them develop reconciliation and cooperation as opposed to opposition. Physically, the benefits of practicing yoga for children range from improving flexibility to enhancing strength and coordination. Their sense of calmness, relaxation and concentration also improve. Many yoga poses derive their inspiration from animals and plants. When children are given the opportunity to imitate the movements and sounds of nature, it is not only very enjoyable, but it also gives them the chance to experience, for example, the power of the lion, the grace of a swan, or the grounding of a tree. This introduces kids to the true essence of yoga: union, expression and honor for oneself and others. In teaching yoga to children, instructors have found that an interactive, multi-disciplinary approach...

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