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How Sunshine Changes Us

It doesn't just bring us Vitamin D, it can affect all brain activity--including the central nervous system--leading to changes in human behavior. And the recent solar flares coming from the sun may lead to an even GREATER response than usual.

The Prevent Disease website quotes researcher Mitch Battros as saying, "One of the best known prophecies/predictions of our Mayan elders is the message of a changing paradigm of our era. In the words of the Maya, it is said that we are now in a time of 'change and conflict.' The change is coming from the 'outside' in the way of weather, natural phenomena, celestial disturbance (sun flares) and manmade self-inflicted trauma."

Solar flares may cause us to feel anxious and irritable or lead to the opposite feelings of exhaustion and lethargy. Since these are emotions that ALL of us experience at one time or another, we have a new source to blame: the sun.

If you wait until too late to subscribe to this website and wake up the next morning to find we're gone, don't blame the sun--blame yourself!

And if you wait too long to get a ticket to our upcoming Dreamland Festival, don't blame the sun for that either--we have only 10 seats left! And remember, subscribers get 10% off ticket prices PLUS a coupon for a great novel to read on the plane to Nashville for less than $2.



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