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Archive by author: Max IganReturn

Max is an activist, humanitarian, philosopher, artist, musician and all round good guy.

Max has spent the last 8 years spreading his message of unity, peace and awareness on a global scale through his website thecrowhouse,com and through his weekly radio show which is uploaded to YouTube and SoundCloud respectively.

Max's message is simple - we are one and we should treat each other with love and respect.

Remember, We are all Human Here

Remember, We are all Human Here

One of the things most responsible for the current human predicament is a loss of self. People have simply forgotten who, or perhaps more correctly what, they truly are. People simply don't seem to realise that all those who presume to control them via the machinations of Government are all simply people, exactly as they themselves are people.
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10.00 ( 13 reviews)
The Biggest Conspiracy Of All

The Biggest Conspiracy Of All

When people look at the world today, it can sometimes just be downright depressing. There's just no other word for it. And isn't it interesting how rapidly the world has changed and become this way over the last few years? It really has happened quite quickly. One minute we were free and most were looking forward to a bright future, then, somehow we found ourselves in the world of today where our governments are completely out of control, our police have been militarized, Europe is falling apart...
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8.75 ( 800 reviews)
A call to action against modern slavery

A call to action against modern slavery

The biggest problem facing the human species today is a loss of self, and truly the biggest hurdle we have to overcome, lies in regaining a knowledge of that self. This may seem like a strange statement to make and a somewhat esoteric approach to dealing with social issues, however it remains a fact. A loss of self, and essentially a knowledge of who and what we are as individuals is the root cause of all of mankind's woes.
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10.00 ( 732 reviews)

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