Saturday 31 July 2010

What Happens to Your Body After Drinking a Coke


Scientists have researched what takes place in your body within an hour of drinking a Cola.
Here is what they found, detailed in an article published in Nutrition Research Center on October 24, 2007

- Within the first 10 minutes, 10 teaspoons of sugar hit your system. This is 100 percent of your recommended daily intake, and the only reason you don’t vomit as a result of the overwhelming sweetness is because phosphoric acid cuts the flavor.

- Within 20 minutes, your blood sugar spikes, and your liver responds to the resulting insulin burst by turning massive amounts of sugar into fat.

- Within 40 minutes, caffeine absorption is complete; your pupils dilate, your blood pressure rises, and your liver dumps more sugar into your bloodstream.

- Around 45 minutes, your body increases dopamine production, which stimulates the pleasure centers of your brain – a physically identical response to that of heroin, by the way.

- After 60 minutes, you’ll start to have a sugar crash.


- Each Daily Soda Increases Obesity Risk 60%

- Potassium Depletion – The Latest Danger Facing Chronic Soda Drinkers
You also risk Caffeine Intoxication.

- Drinking Soda Can Paralyze You

- One Soda a Day Increases Diabetes Risk 85 Percent.
in USA Today June 8, 2004

This addiction can be treated with EFT "Emotional Freedom Technique".
Search the "addiction" database in the website

The consumption of soft drinks has increased 500% in the last 50 years, according to the US Department of Agriculture.
From The Lancet 2001;357:505-508




Thursday 29 July 2010

Etienne DECROUX's Body Expression

A pantomime created by Etienne Decroux

Le Matin
Cargado por supervielle. - Videos web independientes.


Tuesday 27 July 2010

Ten Unbelievable Artifacts That Defy Scientific and Religious Truths

As science and religion offer different views of our past, there's a great deal of physical evidence that the history of humankind may have evolved quite differently than what generally accepted anthropological and geological theories tell us.


Getting bored in your Summer resort? Discover the following anomalies that do not fit in with what they tell us about our evolution.

Here are various oddities collected in different places on our planet. Visit the website to see the pictures of those astonishing archeological finds.

The grooved spheres

Over the last few decades, miners in South Africa have been digging up mysterious metal spheres. Origin unknown, these spheres measure approximately an inch or so in diameter, and some are etched with three parallel grooves running around the equator. Two types of spheres have been found: one is composed of a solid bluish metal with flecks of white; the other is hollowed out and filled with a spongy white substance. The kicker is that the rock in which they where found is Precambrian - and dated to 2.8 billion years old! Who made them and for what purpose is unknown. (See picture in the web site).

The Dropa spheres

In 1938, an archeological expedition led by Dr. Chi Pu Tei into the Baian-Kara-Ula mountains of China made an astonishing discovery in some caves that had apparently been occupied by some ancient culture. Buried in the dust of ages on the cave floor were hundreds of stone disks. Measuring about nine inches in diameter, each had a circle cut into the center and was etched with a spiral groove, making it look for all the world like some ancient phonograph record some 10,000 to 12,000 years old. The spiral groove, it turns out, is actually composed of tiny hieroglyphics that tell the incredible story of spaceships from some distant world that crash-landed in the mountains. The ships were piloted by people who called themselves the Dropa, and the remains of whose descendents, possibly, were found in the cave. (See picture in the web site).

The Ica stones

In the 1930s, Dr. Javier Cabrera, a medical doctor, received a gift of a strange stone from a local farmer. Dr. Cabrera was so intrigued that he collected more than 1,100 of these andesite stones, which are estimated to be between 500 and 1,500 years old and have become known collectively as the Ica Stones. The stones bear etchings, many of which are sexually graphic (which was common to the culture); some picture idols and others depict such practices as open-heart surgery and brain transplants. The most astonishing etchings, however, clearly represent dinosaurs - brontosaurs, triceratops (see photo), stegosaurus and pterosaurs. While skeptics consider the Ica Stones a hoax, their authenticity has neither been proved or disproved. (See picture in the web site).

The Antikythera mechanism

A perplexing artifact was recovered by sponge-divers from a shipwreck in 1900 off the coast of Antikythera, a small island that lies northwest of Crete. The divers brought up from the wreck a great many marble and and bronze statues that had apparently been the ship's cargo. Among the findings was a hunk of corroded bronze that contained some kind of mechanism composed of many gears and wheels. Writing on the case indicated that it was made in 80 B.C. ... (See picture and read the full description in the web site).

The Baghdad battery

Today batteries can be found in any grocery, drug, convenience and department store you come across. Well, here's a battery that's 2,000 years old! Known as the Baghdad Battery, this curiosity was found in the ruins of a Parthian village believed to date back to between 248 B.C. and 226 A.D. ... (See picture and read the full description in the web site).

The Koso artifact

While mineral hunting in the mountains of California near Olancha during the winter of 1961, Wallace Lane, Virginia Maxey and Mike Mikesell found a rock, among many others, that they thought was a geode - a good addition for their gem shop. Upon cutting it open, however, Mikesell found an object inside that seemed to be made of white porcelain. In the center was a shaft of shiny metal ... Experts estimated that, if this was a geode, it should have taken about 500,000 years for this fossil-encrusted nodule to form, yet the object inside was obviously of sophisticated human manufacture... (See picture and read the full description in the web site).

Ancient model aircraft

The Egyptian artifact, found in a tomb at Saqquara, Egypt in 1898, is a six-inch wooden object that strongly resembles a model airplane, with fuselage, wings and tail... (See picture and read the full description in the web site).

Giant stone balls of Costa Rica

Workmen hacking and burning their way through the dense jungle of Costa Rica to clear an area for banana plantations in the 1930s stumbled upon some incredible objects: dozens of stone balls, many of which were perfectly spherical... (See picture and read the full description in the web site).

Impossible fossils

Fossils, as we learned in grade school, appear in rocks that were formed many thousands of years ago Yet there are a number of fossils that just don't make geological or historical sense. A fossil of a human handprint, for example, was found in limestone estimated to be 110 million years old... (See picture and read the full description in the web site).

Out-of-place metal objects

Humans were not even around 65 million years ago, never mind people who could work metal. So then how does science explain semi-ovoid metallic tubes dug out of 65-million-year-old Cretaceous chalk in France? (See picture and read the full description in the web site).

Visit this page:
for pictures and more information,
and give your opinion in the survey:

How can we explain these anomalies? (Pick an answer:)
- Mankind is much older than we think.
- Other beings and civilizations existed on earth.
- Our dating methods are incorrect.
- None of the above.
- Not sure.

Discuss it at the Paranormal Phenomena Forum :


Monday 26 July 2010

Find a Holiday/Vacation Place all Year Round: Think Outside the Box!

Less crowded places and bargain prices can be found in unlikely locations such as IBIZA

Choose CielAzul Apartamentos

Excerpts from an article written by John Downes, courtesy of:
and for hiring a car in Ibiza during your stay.

Beaches around Ibiza Town- Talamanca Beach – You can hire pedalo boats
- Las Salinas Beach - Pedaloes, electro boats, hire catamarans, and enrol in the local diving school - Playa d'en Bossa Beach, Ibiza – Hire pedaloes, join a windsurf school, rent catamarans, and enrol in diving school, enjoy parasailing.

Beaches around San Antonio and Western Ibiza- Cala Conta Beach – Rent pedaloes and snorkelling
- Cala Bassa Beach – Hire pedaloes and banana boats
- Cala Vadella Beach – Pedalo Rentals and a diving school
- Es Puet Beach San Antonio – Pedalo rental, waterskiing and banana boat hire
- Playa S'Estanyol San Antonio – Hire pedalo and banana boats
- Playa Pinet San Antonio - Pedalo rental, waterskiing and banana boat hire.

Beaches in Northern Ibiza- Portinatx Beach – You can rent a pedalo, and enrol at windsurf and diving schools
- Puerto de San Miguel Beach – Hire pedaloes, avail of windsurf rental, enrol at sailing school, enjoy waterskiing and rent banana boats
- Cala San Vicente Beach – Rent banana boats and Pedaloes, and enrol at windsurf school.

Beaches of East Ibiza- Es Canar Beach – Pedalo and banana boat rental
- Cala Leña Beach, Ibiza – Pedalo and wind surf hire
- Cala Martina Beach – Pedalo and Canoe Hire, and learn at schools about windsurfing, sailing and snorkelling/diving- S'Argamassa Beach – Enjoy windsurfing, sailing, pedalo boat hire, water and jet skiing, parasailing, canoe and boat rentals
- Santa Eulalia Beach – Hire pedaloes and banana boats, waterskiing, and enrol at diving school.

Cala Martina is the setting of CIELAZUR IBIZA APARTMENTS where studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom flats can be rented all year round for a very reasonable price.


Click on the map to enlarge and see the location of Cielazul Ibiza Apartamentos Rentals on the right side.
The map also shows the location of main night clubs (for those who don't know, Ibiza is the big European clubbing capital from June to October).


Saturday 24 July 2010

FRANCHEZZO: A Wanderer in Spirit Lands


Is there something after death? And in such a case, what is the after-life like?

Here is a fascinating book that is no longer in print. It was published in 1896, and is now free of rights.
Here is how the book begins:

Part I – Days of Darkness
Chapter 1 - My Death

I have been a Wanderer through a far country, in those lands that have no name—no place—for you of earth, and I would set down as briefly as I can my wanderings, that those whose feet are pointed to that bourn
may know what may in their turn await them.

On earth and in my life of earth I lived as those do who seek only how the highest point of self gratification can be reached. If I was not unkind to some—if I was indulgent to those I loved—yet it was ever with the feeling that they in return must minister to my gratification—that from them I might purchase by my gifts and my affection the love and homage which was as my life to me.

I was talented, highly gifted both in mind and person, and from my earliest years the praise of others was ever given to me, and was ever my sweetest incense. No thought ever came to me of that all self-sacrificing
love which can sink itself so completely in the love for others that there is no thought, no hope of happiness, but in securing the happiness of the beloved ones. In all my life, and amongst those women whom I loved (as
men of earth too often miscall that which is but a passion too low and base to be dignified by the name of love), amongst all those women who from time to time captivated my fancy, there was not one who ever
appealed to my higher nature sufficiently to make me feel this was true love, this the ideal for which in secret I sighed. In everyone I found something to disappoint me. They loved me as I loved them—no more, no less. The passion I gave won but its counterpart from them, and thus I passed on unsatisfied, longing for I knew not what.

Mistakes I made—ah! how many. Sins I committed—not a few; yet the world was often at my feet to praise me and call me good, and noble, and gifted. I was feted—caressed—the spoilt darling of the dames of
fashion. I had but to woo to win, and when I won all turned to bitter ashes in my teeth. And then there came a time upon which I shall not dwell, when I made the most fatal mistake of all and spoilt two lives where I had
wrecked but one before. It was not a golden flowery wreath of roses that I wore, but a bitter chain—fetters as of iron that galled and bruised me till at last I snapped them asunder and walked forth free. Free?—ah, me!
Never again should I be free, for never for one moment can our past errors and mistakes cease to dog our footsteps and clog our wings while we live—aye, and after the life of the body is ended—till one by one we
have atoned for them, and thus blotted them from our past.

And then it was—when I deemed myself secure from all love—when I thought I had learned all that love could teach—knew all that woman had to give—that I met one woman. Ah! what shall I call her? She was
more than mortal woman in my eyes, and I called her "The Good Angel of My Life," and from the first moment that I knew her I bowed down at her feet and gave her all the love of my soul—of my higher self—a love that was poor and selfish when compared to what it should have been, but it was all I had to give...
A. FARNESE (End of excerpt)

Read it or download the PDF at this address:

Also in Google-books:


Friday 23 July 2010

Increase your metabolism with EFT

Follow the indications in the following videos, a class by Helen Racz.



Have a great time!


Wednesday 21 July 2010


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