We’re afraid of poisonous snakes, but most snakes have no venom and therefore are not dangerous. What can a non-poisonous snake do to ward off predators? One type of snake has developed its own version of the “poison ring” that certain Medieval ladies wore in case they wanted to pour a lethal substance into someone’s drink.

Herpetologists Deborah Hutchinson and Alan Savitzky discovered an Asian snake that eats poisonous toads, so it can use the toad toxin as a defensive weapon. It stores the toad poison in its neck glands, where it can be released during an attack. Art credit: freeimages.co.uk
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We’ve posted many news stories over the years about trying to discover the identity of the builders of Stonehenge. Now archeologists have found a entire workers’ village of about 25 houses buried about 2 miles away from the prehistoric observatory. It may also have been a kind of hotel where festival-goers could stay, where there was once a wooden version of the Stonehenge circle.

The village has been carbon dated to about 2600 BC, which is the same time that Stonehenge was built. LiveScience.com quotes UK archeologist Parker Pearson as saying that the Great Pyramid in Egypt was built around the same time.
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Gregg Braden is back from 39 days in the highlands of Central China where he has entered a monastery not reachable by road where he saw a painting that is normally concealed from view, that revealed secrets about the very latest scientific understanding of the human mind. Listen as William Henry interviews Gregg about his astonishing findings about the conscious matrix that it is at the core of all reality, and how we can use its power to actually change history and life on earth. Then Linda talks to a lawyer–who has had astonishing interactions with aliens. To go to Gregg?­s website, click here.

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On February 8, William Henry will be in Santa Monica, California, and on February 10 he will be in Laguna Hills, California, giving talks on Starwalkers and the Dimension of the Blessed. From April 20-22, he will be leading a conference in Nashville, Tennessee. Keep reading for details!

In Santa Monica, William will be at the Zero Point Research Center, which is located at 2834 Colorado Ave, Unit #56, Santa Monica, CA 90404, at 7:30 p.m. Admission is $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Reserve tickets by calling (323) 350-4383. For more information, click here.

In Laguna Hills, he will be at the Awakenings Bookstore & Growth Center at 7:30 p.m., which is located at 25260 La Paz Rd Suite D, Laguna Hills, CA 92653 (949) 457-0797. For more information, click here.read more