Best Psychic Readings for First Timers

Psychic readings can either be a great way to spend time with friends or a way to get an insight into your future. It is hard though to find a psychic reader that is legit or is as legit as they come. There are several types of psychic readings that a first-timer can try. The types include mediums, palm reading, numerology, tarot reading, astrology, aura reading, and psychometry. Below you will find the mentioned list and what each of them mean, in order of the best psychic readings to the hardest for first-timers.

1. Numerology

For the skeptics, numerology involves more logic than the others. The psychic will create a ‘chart’ based on your name and birthday and will display ways on how to grow and mature according to your Life Path Number. This is largely dependent on the Pythagorean theorem’s creator, Pythagoras, and how he believed the world was controlled by numerology. This is one of the best for first-timers as it is more believable for those who are skeptical. Continue reading “Best Psychic Readings for First Timers”

Ways to Pay Less for Insurance

insuranceFor most people, certain types of insurance are a non-negotiable monthly payment. From avoiding costly car repairs and medical expenses to obtaining a mortgage, insurance has major benefits. Having peace of mind knowing that your assets or loved ones are covered against potential losses is key to a comfortable lifestyle in this day and age.

But with all the different types of insurance that you can obtain today, the cost of having that peace of mind can quickly become difficult to afford. This is especially apparent when you’re faced with a dizzying array of options for each policy.

To help you get the most out of your premiums, here are 6 ways to pay less for insurance. Continue reading “Ways to Pay Less for Insurance”

The Environmental Impacts of Pesticides: Understanding and Countering the Threat

pesticidesThe definition of pesticides will vary quite a bit in accordance with what a product consists of and what it’s supposed to do, but in general, pesticides as a whole can be defined as chemicals to eradicate pests and weed. Although they are often considered necessary in gardening and agriculture in particular, there can be severe environmental impacts of pesticide use.

Effect of Agricultural Pesticides on the Soil

If pesticides are being used on the plants, it’s going to get into the soil as well, which is really bad news for multiple reasons. Continue reading “The Environmental Impacts of Pesticides: Understanding and Countering the Threat”


focusSteve Rother – Greetings dear ones, I am eM.

I join you this day with the warmest of hearts to tell you a little bit about yourselves. You see, you have been wandering around bumping into things on planet Earth, bumping into each other quite often, trying to find your way Home. And it’s so beautiful for us to watch because we know you, we know your heart.

We were with you before you came to Earth more than once. So, you’ve asked us to give you some overviews from time to time, not necessarily to teach you anything but to remind you of the things that you clearly already know.

That’s what we’re here this day to speak about your vision. Well, we’re not going to talk specifically about your eyes or the optic nerve. However, let us tell you that as you evolve and are moving so incredibly rapid through these different stages of evolution, your physical body changes as well. Continue reading “Focus”

Psychopaths and Sociopaths Rule the World

Michael KriegerRyan Murphy, an economist at Southern Methodist University, recently published a working paper in which he ranked each of the states by the predominance of — there’s no nice way to put it — psychopaths. The winner? Washington in a walk. In fact, the capital scored higher on Murphy’s scale than the next two runners-up combined.

“I had previously written on politicians and psychopathy, but I had no expectation D.C. would stand out as much as it does,” Murphy wrote in an email…

On a national level, it raises the troubling question as to what it means to live in a country whose institutions are set up to reward some very dubious human traits. Like it or not, we’re more likely than not to wind up with some alarming personalities in positions of power. Continue reading “Psychopaths and Sociopaths Rule the World”