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Stewart A. Swerdlow
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Stewart A. Swerdlow has the ability to see energy fields and personal archetypes as well as read DNA sequences and mind-patterns. A powerful intuitive, he uses and teaches Universal Law to help others resolve life issues, even reaching into simultaneous existences and beyond. His great uncle, Yakov Sverdlov, was the first president of the Soviet Union, leading to Stewart’s involvement in the infamous “Montauk Project." Globally sought-after author and lecturer.

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The Man Without A Country

(4) Comments | Posted October 25, 2013 | 5:40 PM

For many years I have heard the stories about Ibrahim Parlak, the Kurdish man who came to the US over 20 years ago to start a new life in the land of freedom. I live in a small community in Southwestern Michigan where ethnicity is never an issue. Most people...

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Iceland, the Devil and the EU

(0) Comments | Posted October 8, 2013 | 7:48 PM

I recently had the pleasure of meeting with Hallur Hallsson, historian, journalist, well-known TV personality and author of Vulture's Lair, a political thriller set in the future, at a supposed time when fiercely independent Iceland is forced into a dictatorial European Superstate, where freedoms are restricted and all citizens must...

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Arctic Adventure: Looking for Summer Snow

(1) Comments | Posted September 9, 2013 | 4:24 PM

We live in Western Michigan, where the summers are delightful and fruits and veggies are in abundance. However, it can sometimes get warm and humid -- the two things in summer that I just don't like! We thought, what a great idea it would be to go way north where...

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Balkans Road Trip (Part 2)

(5) Comments | Posted August 8, 2013 | 8:01 PM

We arrived in Sarajevo and stayed at the Hollywood Hotel. Well, it may have had the name, but it sure did not have the service or design. But, for Bosnia, it was OK. The air conditioning was not so great, the food was a bit off and it was extremely...

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Balkans Road Trip (Part 1)

(8) Comments | Posted July 16, 2013 | 4:18 PM

After a one hour delay at O'Hare Airport in Chicago due to an air-conditioning issues on the plane, we took off for Dusseldorf and what we expected to be an amazing adventure. The American Airlines crew was very snappy and inattentive. Guess they really do not like their jobs very...

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Surprises Along Italy's Slovenian Border

(4) Comments | Posted March 21, 2013 | 8:00 AM

I recently went on a business trip to Europe. While there, I stopped in to see my webmaster, who is based in Trieste, Italy. This city was once the only water port of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. After WWII, it became a protectorate of Britain and the US. Eventually, Italy annexed...

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Well-Preserved Beauty Along South America's Caribbean Coast (PHOTOS)

(1) Comments | Posted January 14, 2013 | 7:00 AM

We hired a tour guide to takes on a guided drive through Port of Spain, Trinidad's capital, during our seven hour layover. The city was in the midst of holiday celebrations and there were passed out celebrants lying in the streets. Whatever the most recent party had been, it had...

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Journey Across Russia, From Moscow To Novosibirsk: A Personal Search For Family History & Good Vodka

(5) Comments | Posted November 1, 2012 | 8:00 AM

I can hardly believe that I am back already from this amazing adventure through Russia, my family's homeland. To say that it was incredible would be an understatement, which is not a typical Russian trait!

The wonderful journey began with an Imperial Class flight on Transaero Airlines, a not-too-well-known Russian...

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On The Road To Marrakech

(6) Comments | Posted September 13, 2012 | 1:00 PM

I am finally back home in the U.S.A. I travel every month of the year, mostly internationally, due to my work as an author, lecturer and historical researcher. After over 30 years of traveling the globe, I have seen it all!

It is nice to sleep in my bed again,...

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Are You a Martian? The Intrigue, Mystery and Allure of the Red Planet

(9) Comments | Posted August 15, 2012 | 8:03 PM

Ever since I was a child -- seems like centuries ago -- I have been fascinated by the planet Mars. I would watch sci-fi movies that had Earthling explorers flying to our next neighbor in space and meeting all sorts of alien creatures who were either deceptively friendly, or outright...

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Paranormal on the Road: Searching for Weirdness Around the World -- My Five Top Personal Experiences

(49) Comments | Posted July 31, 2012 | 11:09 AM

I have spent the last 30 years or so traipsing around this globe looking for paranormal stories and investigating weirdness that I have witnessed and experienced for myself. The planet does not disappoint!

I have traveled to all seven continents and explored places that most would not dare to...

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Creating Your Reality: All You Need Is Your Mind

(6) Comments | Posted July 10, 2012 | 10:39 AM

In my consulting practice, I constantly hear people complain about how they rarely get what they want in life. They claim that when they do receive an answer to a wish or prayer, it falls short of the expected goal. Very frustrating, indeed!

Many researchers state that most human...

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Dreams Are Real, Interpretation Is the Key

(1) Comments | Posted June 26, 2012 | 2:53 PM

The average human being sleeps seven to eight hours per night. That is about one-third of your day. If you extrapolate this into the average human life span of 75 years, then the average person is asleep for about 25 years of life! This is a long time to not...

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