Dr Lester Grinspoon, interviewed by jana Ray. The US Marijuana Tax Act of 1931 forced doctors to stop prescribing cannabis despite its medicinal benefits and minimal toxic side-effects. There is a strong case for reinstating it to the Pharmacopoeia.
By Sherrill Sellman. Oestrogen treatments are linked with increased incidence of osteoporosis, heart disease and cancers in women, yet doctors still prescribe them. What’s more, chemicals which mimic oestrogens threaten our very survival.
By David Wood and Ian Campbell. Renne-Ie-Chateau’s sacred landscape geometry bears the mark of an earlier advanced culture in France with links to ancient Egypt. The evidence is at odds with the ‘authorised’ version of history.
By David G. Guyatt. A little-known transatlantic clique drawn from the intelligence community, the military, politics and banking, Le Cercle is implicated in destabilising and overthrowing freely elected governments since the 1910s.
By Callum Coats. Soon after his US backers ‘stole’ his patents, Viktor Schauberger died, a broken man. Yet his legacy lives on, for his ideas are as relevant today as ever and their adoption is long overdue.