Thank You Mike Adams and Natural News for Getting “Official Stories”

by Liam Scheff It happens to be my birthday at the end of the month – Geminis – the communicator of the zodiac. And at a certain age, by your mid-forties, it’s hard to be surprised by a present. But I’m surprised, and gratified. Please enjoy Mike Adams’ clear and straightforward (as always) analysis of […]

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Review of Ty Bollinger’s “Cancer: Step Outside the Box.”

Review of Ty Bollinger’s “Cancer: Step Outside the Box.” by Liam Scheff 8/31/2013 It’s strange that a book on cancer should be a pleasure to read – but that’s precisely what Ty Bollinger has managed with “Cancer: Step Outside the Box.” He’s done it by being himself on every page – honest, straightforward, easy-to-understand, down-to-Earth, […]

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Official Stories Now On Kindle

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“Official Stories,” the ground-breaking book by ‘investigative comedian’ Liam Scheff, is now available on Amazon’s worldwide Kindle platform for $9.99 US. Please share this brain-stretching, mind-popping book which gracefully and wittily dismantles the great lies of our time – from U.S. history and Smedley Butler, to CIA, JFK and 9/11, to Vaccination and HIV, to […]

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Introducing the Geneticals

“The Geneticals” is an oversized 8×10, vivid, painstakingly and lovingly drawn and colored, beautifully printed book which pits the world’s first rag-tag group of vaccine-damaged heroes against the Union of Uninterested Scientists. The book plays lightly with the very real themes of vaccine-damage, but manages to point out a number of important details about what […]

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“Official Stories Posters, v.1″ by Liam Scheff Now Available

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Now Available! “Official Stories Posters, v.1 by Liam Scheff. The first companion piece to Official Stories, an essential teaching and learning tool for classrooms – or wherever you’re reading it – and a sure conversation starter. The striking images in “Official Stories Posters” are not only visually stimulating – they are compact lessons in the […]

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Official Stories Media Kit

Official Stories by Liam Scheff © 2012, 2013   Title: Official Stories – Counter-Arguments for a Culture in Need Tagline: “Official Stories Exist to Protect Officials”   “Official stories exist to protect officials.” With the opening line as our guide, we pry open the vault of “official-dom” and see what lies beneath. Drawing information from […]

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Official Stories (c) Out June 1, 2012

Official Stories Counter-Arguments for a Culture in Need by Liam Scheff “Official stories exist to protect officials.” With the opening line as our guide, we’re going to pry open the vault of “official-dom” and see what lies beneath. Drawing information from 10 years of investigative journalism, Liam invites you to join the hunt for the […]

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Are You a Polyphasic Liquid Crystal?

– Collagen Molecule I want to share with you excerpts from several items I’m reading, more or less unfiltered. It goes like this: We’re all connected, right? Everybody says so – somewhere beneath the surface, we’re ‘one,’ part of a single organism, being, entity. Everybody’s had an experience – touching, sensing, feeling, knowing – transmitting […]

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Giant Steps – Dr. Lynn Margulis on Science and Evolution

Acquiring Genomes by Dr. Lynn Margulis and Dorian Sagan

Are accidental genome shifts the engine of change in evolution? Is species evolution a process of tiny steps? “No,” says Dr. Lynn Margulis (Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Geosciences at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst), in her stellar book Acquiring Genomes (written with Dorian Sagan), from their catalog of excellent work, which includes […]

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Leonardo da Vinci

Excerpts from Will Durant’s Heroes of History, abbreviated from his Story of Civilization volume 5, The Renaissance. Read more WillDurant.com The most fascinating figure of the Renaissance was born on April 15, 1452, near the village of Vinci, some sixty miles from Florence. His mother was a peasant girl, Caterina, who had not bothered to […]

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Raphael and The School of Athens

There, on the wall directly facing the apotheosis of theology in the Disputa, is the glorification of philosophy: Plato of the Jovelike brow, deep eyes, flowing white hair and beard, with a finger pointing upward to his perfect state; Aristotle walking quietly beside him, thirty years younger, handsome and cheerful, holding out his hand with a downward palm, as if to bring his master’s soaring idealism back to earth and the possible;

Socrates counting off his arguments on his fingers, with armed Alcibiades listening to him lovingly; Pythagoras trying to imprison in harmonic tables the music of the spheres; a fair lady who might be Aspasia; Heracleitus writing Ephesian riddles; Diogenes lying carelessly disrobed on the marble steps;

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