NEXUS vol. 15, no. 3

NEXUS vol. 15, no. 3

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April-May 2008

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HARDCOPY ISSUE

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Readers’ comments on the tsunami that’s overdue for Australia’s east coast, revelations about the Olmecs, the cause of disappearing bees and more.

GLOBAL NEWS
We report on the rising deaths from Gardasil HPV vaccine, a new test that may do away with mammograms, theft from RFID smart cards, and solar changes sparking fears of global cooling.

US–NATO’s NUCLEAR FIRST-STRIKE POLICY
By Michel Chossudovsky. The Pentagon and NATO have been plotting for years to have nuclear weaponry accepted for first-strike usage and as a means to preserve “the Western way of life”.

SOWING THE SEEDS OF DESTRUCTION—Part 2/2
By Stephen Lendman. This review of Bill Engdahl’s book shows how the Gene Revolution, with Rockefeller funding, has created a world where feeding the starving is akin to an act of genocide.

HEALING TOOTH DECAY WITH NUTRITION
By Ramiel Nagel. The root cause of dental cavities and gum disease is lack of proper nutrition, but healing can be promoted and teeth remineralised by eating traditional and indigenous foods.

A TREATISE ON ELECTROSMOG RESEARCH

By Walter Laufs. This physicist and alternative healer turned to scalar wave technology in finding a way to protect his patients from the stress caused by all-pervasive electromagnetic pollution.

THE NAADI PALM LEAF ORACLE OF INDIA
By Angela and Andrew Donovan. Collections of Sanskrit and Tamil writings on palm leaves contain messages for individual seekers that are said to have been dictated by Shiva about 5,000 years ago.

SCIENCE NEWS 

This issue we feature Canadian inventor Thane Heins’s Perepiteia Generator which has been shown to accelerate, not slow down, under load.

ORIGIN & SYMBOLISM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULLS
By Philip Coppens. The mysterious crystal skulls were most likely created in Central America and may have played an important role in the Mayan priests’ re-enactment of their creation myth.

BORISKA: INDIGO BOY FROM MARS 

By Gennady Belimov. A Russian boy who claims to have had previous lives on Mars and who speaks of future Earth cataclysms and ET visits has grabbed worldwide attention in recent years.

THE TWILIGHT ZONE
This edition we run Ted Twietmeyer’s thoughts on giants and Bronze Age artefacts, and Michael Salla’s wrap on recent secret UN meetings on UFOs.

REVIEWS —Books
“Cure Tooth Decay” by Ramiel Nagel
“Let Food Be Your Medicine” by Marguerite Henshaw
“Life from Light” by Michael Werner & Thomas Stöckli
“Choosing Not to Immunise Our Children” by Dale Frazer, DO
“Think of an Elephant” by Paul Bailey
“The Hidden Oracle of India” by Andrew and Angela Donovan
“The Golem: A World Held Hostage” by Michael Collins Piper
“Turning the Templar Key” by Robert Lomas
“Spiritual Technology of Ancient Egypt” by Edward Malkowski
“Raising Stone 1” by Paul Hai
“Oil Apocalypse” by Vernon Coleman
“Scared to Death” by Christopher Booker & Richard North
“The Big Book of Near-Death Experiences” by P.M.H. Atwater
“Mysteries and Secrets of Time” by Lionel & Patricia Fanthorpe

REVIEWS—DVDs
“NEXUS Conference 2007” produced by E&E Productions
“NEXUS: The First 20 Years” produced by NEXUS Magazine

REVIEWS—Music
“Lost Canyons” by Scott August
“Afriki” by Habib Koité & Bamada
“The Way Home” by Sacred Earth
“Dial M for Mantra” by Jai Uttal
“The Rough Guide to Bollywood Gold” by various artists

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Weight 230 g
Dimensions 29.7 x 21 x 0.5 cm