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Sheri is the author of The Spell of Religion and the Battle Over Gay Marriage. She and her husband, Steve, have a keen interest in spirituality and metaphysics. As she longed for a deeper understanding of the pathway to God, one that taught more than the simple concept “Be good in this life and you will be rewarded in the next,” Sheri was drawn to the metaphysical world, a world untainted by the personal agendas of man through dogma.

Tsunami Warning Lifted After 7.7 Magnitude Earthquake Rocks Canada

Tsunami Warning Lifted After 7.7 Magnitude Earthquake Rocks Canada

A tsunami warning for parts of Hawaii, British Columbia and Alaska was lifted after a magnitude 7.7 earthquake struck off the west coast of Canada around 8:00 p.m. Saturday. There were no reports of major damage. Residents in parts of ...

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New York Prepares to Shut Down Subway, Bus and Rail Service as Monster Storm Sandy Nears East Coast

New York Prepares to Shut Down Subway, Bus and Rail Service as Monster Storm Sandy Nears East Coast

New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo, is taking the threat of Hurricane Sandy seriously as he announced plans to shutdown the subway, bus and commuter rail services as the storm approaches Sunday night. "This is nothing to play with, and this ...

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More Tibetans Self-Immolate to Protest China's Heavy Handed Rule

More Tibetans Self-Immolate to Protest China's Heavy Handed Rule

In Beijing, police are offering a reward of $7,700 for information about planned self- immolation in an attempt to stem protests after dozens of ethnic Tibetans have set themselves on fire in heavily Tibetan regions since March 2011. Activists say ...

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Eeny Meeny Miny Moe, Catch a…

Eeny Meeny Miny Moe, Catch a…

Growing up in a small, tightly knit Mormon community in Utah during the 1950s and 60’s didn’t provide much cultural diversity. In fact, to my knowledge we didn’t have a single Mexican in town, and there wasn’t an African American ...

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Are UFOs Common But Cloaked?

Are UFOs Common But Cloaked?

Recently my husband, Steve, and I were driving along Pacific Coast Highway between Laguna Beach and Dana Point, CA. I can't remember where we were coming back from (not that it matters) and I had my cell phone out snapping ...

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Intuition About Mitt Romney Supported by Those Who Know Him

Intuition About Mitt Romney Supported by Those Who Know Him

From the first time I saw Mitt Romney on television my radar went off and I knew that something just wasn’t right with the man. At times I wondered if perhaps it was because I’d left the Mormon Church after ...

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Spiritual Lessons From Two Men in a Pharmacy

Spiritual Lessons From Two Men in a Pharmacy

While waiting at the pharmacy for my pain medication (a way to deal with fibromyalgia) a Hispanic man hobbled up with his three young children in tow. His feet were turned out as he walked and it appeared that his ...

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Michele Bachmann (R-Minn) Indirectly Donates to Opponent's Campaign

Michele Bachmann (R-Minn) Indirectly Donates to Opponent's Campaign

Rep. Michelle Bachmann, (R-Minn) has often been at the center of controversy.  Whether  over her admission to Bob Schieffer on CBS News as reported by the Washington Post, that she believed God had called her to run for President, (read ...

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Does Believing the Soul Exists Improve Our Lives?

Does Believing the Soul Exists Improve Our Lives?

It is my belief that we are spiritual beings having a physical experience and the more we understand that, the more in touch we will become with our true authentic selves. Let me be clear that believing our soul lives ...

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New Report Offers Hope For Overcoming Misinformation Syndrome

New Report Offers Hope For Overcoming Misinformation Syndrome

During this election year people on both sides of the political spectrum are scratching their heads asking how their opponents can possibly believe what they do. Republicans have questioned whether President Barack Obama was actually born in the United states, ...

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The Growing Threat to American Security Brought On, In Part, by anti-Muslim Voices

The Growing Threat to American Security Brought On, In Part, by anti-Muslim Voices

When the producers of Meet the Press, placed Congressman Peter King, (R-NY), vocal opponent of anything Muslim, next to Keith Ellison (D-Minn) the first Muslim elected to Congress, it was a calculated move, especially in the wake of the protests ...

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Missouri Senate Hopeful, Todd Akin, Justifies Anti-Abortion Stance By Claiming Rape Victims Rarely Get Pregnant

Missouri Senate Hopeful, Todd Akin, Justifies Anti-Abortion Stance By Claiming Rape Victims Rarely Get Pregnant

Rep. Todd Akin (R-Mo.) who won his fight to battle Missouri Democratic incumbent Claire McCaskill, for her Senate seat in November, tried to justify his extreme opposition to abortion by claiming that victims of "legitimate rape" rarely get pregnant. On ...

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Enough Hate to Go Around

Enough Hate to Go Around

David Jackson, in an article from USA today states that “Presidential campaigns have never been for the faint of heart — but this one may be headed to the negative hall of fame by throwing around words such as "hate" ...

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