Parents are suing a school in British Columbia after it forced their children to take part in a religious “cleansing ritual” that was based on the beliefs of the tribes of the Pacific Northwest known as Nuu-chah-nulth.
Although many people in support of yoga as “exercise” like to point to all the priests and even bishops who say it’s harmless, you won’t find too many exorcists who agree.
Effective immediately, the Federal Trade Commission will now hold over-the-counter (OTC) homeopathic “drugs” to the same standard as other products, forcing the industry to start providing credible scientific evidence for health related claims.
CK write: “I went to a physical therapist who uses visceral manipulation. . . . Do you know anything about this technique? Is it connected to the New Age?”
Get prepared for another round of Ouija madness after the October 21 release of Ouija: Origin of Evil, a prequel to the not-so-blockbuster 2014 Ouija. Read the rest…