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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Readers comment on Monsanto’s new stake in Western Australia’s grain, sunscreens’ risk to coral, UK chemtrails, Great Pyramid construction, asthma cured by iron, a shadow biosphere theory, and Wi-Fi dangers in schools.
We report on GM contamination of the global rice supply, the NSA’s PRISM spying program and code embedded in smartphones, the effects of wireless technologies on animals, the orchestration of the Syria crisis by the West together with Arab allies, and more.
ASPIRIN AND THE 1918–19 INFLUENZA PANDEMIC
By J. Holcombe, D. Jacobson and T. Ruhl. Millions of deaths in the so-called influenza pandemic of 1918–19 were not caused by a virus but by a massive bacterial infection exacerbated by the widespread high-dose use of a toxic and immune-suppressing drug, aspirin.
CURATIVE POWERS OF OIL-PULLING THERAPY
By Dr Bruce Fife and contributors. A practice derived from Ayurvedic medicine, oil pulling is a therapy which can improve oral hygiene as well as alleviate numerous health complaints including asthma, diabetes, migraine headaches, insomnia, sinusitis and skin conditions.
CYPRUS TEMPLATE: BANK DEPOSITS AT RISK
By Karen Mutton. The “bail-in” regulations which can be enacted in the event of bank insolvencies will have dire consequences for many depositors, as has already happened in Cyprus. Deposit insurance schemes are so underfunded that they could never compensate all unsecured creditors in the event of a bank crash.
THE PROMISE OF ENERGY PSYCHOLOGY
By Brendan D. Murphy. Energy psychology modalities offer a way of stimulating the subtle energy fields and overcoming problems including post-traumatic stress, allergies, phobias, self-limiting beliefs and anxieties with more success and in less time than allopathic methods.
We feature an extract from a paper by a team of scientists who tested the E-Cat HT devices developed by Italian inventor and entrepreneur Andrea Rossi. Their experiments showed energy production in higher quantities than can be gained from conventional sources.
AIRSHIP HYSTERIA IN MID-1890s AMERICA
By Steven A. Arts. In 1896–97, mysterious airships were reported by countless eyewitnesses in cities and towns from California to the Midwest and on to the East Coast of the USA. There were even stories of airship crashes, alien beings and a kidnapped calf.
ENIGMAS OF SOUTH AMERICA’S DESERTS
By Frank Joseph. Huge geoglyphs in the high deserts of Chile and Peru continue to baffle archaeologists, but some of these glyphs seem to have ironic associations with tiny creatures as well as links with sacred numerals.
THE TWILIGHT ZONE
This issue we cover archival stories on sea-serpents and a pterodactyl, news of giant bones and ancient artefacts unearthed in Iraq, and a report on preserved blood and DNA obtained from a 10,000-year-old woolly mammoth.
“Amputated Souls” by Anthony James
“The Honeymoon Effect” by Bruce H. Lipton, PhD
“The Power of Luck” by Vladimir Dolokhov and Vadim Gurangov
“Antibiotic Resistance” by Peter de Ruyter
“Optimal Detox” by Christopher Vasey, ND
“Growing Vegetables with a Smile” by Nikolay Kurdyumov
“Your Thoughts Are Not Your Own – Volume 2” by Neil Sanders
“Intervention” by Alan Butler
“The UFO Singularity” by Micah Hanks
“States of Denial” by Carl Nally & Dermot Butler
“Conspiracies: The Facts, The Theories…” by Andy Thomas
“Genocide in Iraq” by Abdul Haq al-Ani and Tarik al-Ani
“Power Tools for the 21st Century” by Dr Richard Alan Miller
“The Secret History of the United States” by Peter Kross
“NEXUS Conference 2013” produced by E&E Productions
“Dragonfly” by Terra Guitarra
“Love & Kindness” by Golaná
“Grace” by Michael Hoppé
“As Deep As We Can Go…” by Jamie Catto & The Happening
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