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"Cannabis: Mesopotamia & Egypt", essay by Conner North

Published by the online magazine INITY, this essay explains how ancient hieroglyphics record the medicinal use of cannabis by ancient civilizations. The well written article presents some very informative and important evidence. 311 more words

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She says
She has visions
Sees things
That no one else
Can see

She knows
All the names
Of all the angels

Depakote… 29 more words


"Can Jamaica still claim reggae music as its own? ", opinion article by Shereita Grizzle from the Jamaica Gleaner

Midnite and I-Grade Records have built upon the foundation of roots reggae a truly authentic and more evolved sound that is all their own. They are an absolute original and their music is on a much higher level intellectually than reggae. 189 more words


The American War With Korea (No, Not THAT One)

Everyone knows that US troops, under the umbrella of the United Nations, entered Korea in June 1950 to counter the North Korean invasion. But most people don’t know that this was not the first time US troops fought in Korea. 760 more words


Defeated Enemy!

“For the mountains may move and the hills disappear, but even then my faithful love for you will remain. My covenant of blessing will never be broken,” says the LORD, who has mercy on you. 380 more words


[Re]Discovering: Carolina and Kure Beach

This post was originally published on 13 August 2014 on my former blog dedicated to my journey to Scotland. I have chosen to repost old stories from the Discovering series on Scuppernong Song so that I may continue them here in the future. 570 more words


Black Death Research Project

Below are some website which you may use to help you research the Black Death in medieval times. You might need these for your homework! 9 more words