By Sameer Ali Sageer and Paul Benhaim. Research confirms that the hemp plant has a wide range of health benefits and practical uses. The traditional Ayurvedic medical system prescribed a variety of cannabis-based preparations to treat a multitude of ailments.
By Robert Lawlor. The Yuga system of cycles supports astrophysicist Kozyrev’s hypothesis about the spiralling geometry of time, but its concept of spin includes the sound emitted by that spin. These energetic processes interface with consciousness in the act of creation.
By Warren P. Aston. The first contactee of the modern era, George Adamski took a photo of an unidentified craft in the Mojave Desert in November 1952. He didn’t see the developed image until it was published in a newspaper, so there’s little chance he could have faked it.
We report on Edward Snowden’s view on Australia’s new metadata law, measles transmitted by the vaccinated, fiddled global warming figures and more, and include a selection of items that are contenders for Project Censored’s top 25 news stories of 201415.
Readers comment on a medevac mission in Antarctica in 1985, indigenous custodians’ rights, bovine TB and badger culling in England, Australia’s new immunisation policy, faked Moon landings, and the psychiatrypharma fraud.
This edition, we present a technology developed by Mexican engineers that can purify seawater and wastewater in minutes, experimental proof of physicist Efimov’s law of threes, and Tesla Energy’s Powerwall battery that will revolutionise domestic and commercial power systems and reduce electricity prices.
By Anthony Morris. Life is the result of an inherent numerical, geometric, musical and cosmological template that has pervaded the Universe since its inception. Ancient metrology systems, megaliths and even DNA have resonance with this template.
This issue we feature Steven and Evan Strong’s report on Australia’s Stonehenge, focusing on researcher Frederic Slater’s efforts to decode its Original language before it was destroyed in 1940, and eyewitness testimony about a “flying city” seen by Nigerian villagers in 2012.
By Karen Mutton. As the Super Shemitah year comes to a close, China is preparing to challenge the US dollar with a gold-backed yuan, currency wars are ruining economies while negative interest rates and bail-ins are threatening depositors and bond-holders.
By Dr Paul Lloyd; part 2 of 2. In harmony with an ancient science rediscovered during the Renaissance and practised until the mid-17th century, food was regarded as medicine and was prescribed by physicians according to its humoral properties and patients’ specific conditions.