(Collective-Evolution) There are so many theories floating around about the coronavirus right now and what’s going to happen. The truth is, nobody knows. It’s quite clear that a large majority of the population have lost their trust in government, which is why people continue to search for alternative sources of information with regards to the origin of this virus, potential treatments and what could be in the cards for humanity next. At this point, it seems that nobody really knows what happens, and at the deepest levels, collective consciousness determines our path, nothing else. How we perceive, act, and react to what is happening right now determines our future. →
Unlike our own Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which only advocates for pharmaceuticals and vaccines, Korea’s CDC effectively cured, dare we use that word, a patient by delivering oxygen through a face mask, according to the local news service Newsis. →
Read more & podcast: “The Coronavirus PANDEMIC achieves top GOALS for GLOBALISTS” (14:00) via — NaturalNews.com
(Collective-Evolution) It’s unfathomable that billions of people around the globe don’t have access to clean water, and the problems are getting worse, even in developed countries like the United States, where tap water is becoming more and more contaminated with harmful chemicals, heavy metals, prescription and drugs and much more. It can feel frustrating because long has humanity had the potential to provide good clean drinking water to people all over the world. This shouldn’t be a problem, but it is. →
Read more & video: “Bringing Clean Water to Kiunga, Kenya” (4:11) via — Collective Evolution
(Collective-Evolution) A new study from the University of Washington’s School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences has revealed that the humpback whale population (also known as Megaptera novaeangliae) is growing, and has rebounded from near extinction numbers to approximately 25,000. The researchers believe that these numbers are close to pre-whaling numbers. The study was co-authored by Grant Adams, John Best and André Punt. →
By Mayukh Saha
(Activist Post) Grannies love to care for all, don’t they? Well, one granny from Massachusetts has gone well beyond her family and has provided hand-knitted caps to the homeless! This kind soul has decided to remain anonymous and not draw attention to herself. Her first effort was to help the homeless and needy face the winter in 2018. She has similar plans for the coming winter this year. →
(Collective-Evolution) If our Western medical authority was told that a teenager was physically and mentally injured after taking vaccines, and then was able to heal from her symptoms after going on a strict organic diet and taking a herbal formula that allegedly removed aluminum from her body, what would they be more likely to do? →
For the first time ever, a crowdfunding campaign has raised enough money to buy out a new swath of Canadian wilderness as a protected park.
More than $3 million was raised through individual donations to protect 2,000 acres (800 hectares) of the Princess Louisa Inlet on British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast.
The crowdfunding campaign was launched by the BC Parks Foundation, a nonprofit that works in collaboration with BC Parks to protect the province’s pristine landscapes. After several months of fundraising, the last chunk of donations needed to purchase the land from a private seller came in just before the campaign’s deadline last week. ➤➤