By David Hatcher Childress. Radioactive salt pillars in the Dead Sea and the ruins of vitrified cities in the Indus Valley give credence to descriptions in the Vedic texts of high-tech wars in ancient times.
A letter by scientists protesting the FDA’s soy protein ruling; a dissenting view on AIDS policy; a class action lawsuit on Ritalin fraud; and a report on a healing journey with Brazil’s Jo£o de Deus.
By Sharry Edwards. Analysis of the voice print can reveal the presence of disease-causing pathogens. By receiving inputs of complementary frequencies and harmonics, the body is assisted in fighting these pathogens and restoring health and balance.
By Stephen Dorril. Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service, MI6, is obsessive about high-tech surveillance equipment, intelligence-gathering and security, and its operations are hidden from public scrutiny behind a veil of official secrecy.
By Maureen Hickman. Adverse reactions to vaccines are often mislabelled as Shaken Baby Syndrome; and with SBS court cases becoming more common, medical experts and legal advisers have an ethical responsibility to be well informed.
We feature John Hogue’s report on the Vatican’s alleged cover-up of the real Third Secret of Ftima; and highlight recent controversial archaeological finds beneath Lake Titicaca and in Syria and Israel.