New Years Resolutions and Predictions

As we enter the new Gregorian calendar year of 2016, many of us tend to embed ourselves within the matrix system of entrapments known as “New Years resolutions”. These often shallow decrees soothe the anxiety that’s created by not living as we should, sometimes with full awareness, and we set the cyclical trap once again. All this is not to say that there is no sincerity behind these goals but that truly it is sparked by psychological programming implemented by corporate entities as a means to generate profit in the post-holiday season. We understand that a major New Years resolution for many people is to lose weight and go on a diet. One needs only to peruse the local store advertisements to view the sudden focus upon things like digital scales, exercise equipment, the new “fit” smart watches, and in the grocery stores – food. During these first several weeks, we are inundated with diet information, sales on low fat items, gluten free items, sugar free items, and what I have noticed this year is the abundance of so called “organic” products. It seems every food company out there is jumping on the bandwagon as folks become more aware of what goes into their food.


Don’t fall for this labeling fad. Sure, most of these new “organic” things are a step up from the regular over-processed food but that still doesn’t mean that you should be buying it up. Be cautious and read the labels. More and more I’m seeing these organic soft drinks like organic sparkling flavored water and even the recent announcement that there’s going to be an organic Gatorade. (Article here These things will contain just as much sugar and mystery flavorings as their aspartame filled neon counterparts. Remember, almost anything can be labeled organic including the anal glands of beavers used in flavoring ice cream. (Check out the article here

All I’m asking my kind readers is to educate yourselves, read labels, and to remember that just because it says organic, it doesn’t mean anything without truth in labeling laws and the integrity of the company behind the product. Instead of trying to stick to a diet scam, commit to a new lifestyle this year. That way when 2017 rolls around you won’t have to apologize to your body and your New Years resolution can be to visit Altrusian Grace and Grimerica much more often.



I don’t claim to be a psychic. But sometimes I feel certain things on a level I can’t explain. Those things aren’t always correct yet in some way there is a manifestation whether it be in a synchronatic personal event or an obscure affirmation from abroad. That being said, here are some recent insights that have knocked on the door to my brain:

1. There will be a singular aggressive nuclear incident by a country in the first half of the year. I see there being contained mass casualties yet this will not spark an all out nuclear battle. Instead, I see the majority of the worlds countries unified in condemning this action and effectively quarantining the aggressor, followed by a highly publicized trial and sentencing.

2. There will be a major medical treatment or breakthrough announced that will cure or stifle a leading cancer or disease. This will happen in the last third of the year.

3. An important incident revolving around the existence of Sasquatch will occur close to mid-year. This will involve more than the average sighting, will make mainstream news, and I see some amount of physical evidence being had. This will not, however, go towards proving once and for all the question of the existence of this creature. On the other hand, it will lead to more serious investigation and consideration by scientists and academics around the world.

Anyone else have some predictions of their own they’d like to share? What are your thoughts on my insights?

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  1. Napoléon Doom says:

    Great insights! Sometimes, I feel like people are being forcibly programmed to damage their bodies, and the mislabeling of organics is one huge part of that. Watch out though! According to The Guardian, individuals “solely concerned with the quality of the food they put in their bodies, refining and restricting their diets according to their personal understanding of which foods are truly ‘pure’ are now considered to have Orthorexia nervosa, (as opposed to anorexia nervosa.) Not to belittle anyone who has struggled with an eating disorder, but the emergence of this diagnosis seems to be a slippery slope if ever there was one for people looking to eat mindfully.

    Sadly, the diet industry is such a cash crop that the release of any product, which might actually impact weight loss, will likely never be seen. At the risk of sounding conspiratorial, when ephedra (má huáng) was released in the early 2000’s as a diet aide, people saw real results- and that’s bad for the weight loss biz! Má huáng had been used medicinally for centuries but suddenly, it was to blame for deaths and adverse health effects, prompting the Canada to list it as a controlled substance and FDA to ban it altogether. While my sympathies are with the families of those who were affected, the hammer seemed to have been dropped a bit too hastily. Simple misuse could have been to blame, or more likely over-refinement of natural botanicals, leading to extreme dosages in pill form. Regardless, you’d be hard pressed to get your hands on some má huáng now.

    I have to say that I’m eager to see if your predictions will hold true, especially the ones about cancer and sasquatch. I am slightly less enthused about the nuclear business, but honestly, I don’t doubt it for a second. Great post (and my apologies for waxing on a rant!)

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