LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
ALONG CAME THE TRANSNATIONALS
By Daniel Brandt. In their relentless pursuit of power and profit, the
transnational corporations of today are debasing the social and
economic fabric of cultures worldwide.
SOYBEAN PRODUCTS: A RECIPE FOR DISASTER?
By Joseph G. Hattersley. According to medical research, soybean-based
products can have harmful effects on health. Their place in our diets
should be seriously reconsidered.
By David G. Guyatt. At great risk to self and family, ex-CIA deep-cover
agent Chip Tatum has gone public with his disturbing revelations about
the “Boss Hogs” who control the global drug trade.
THE LIVING WATER OF JOHANN GRANDER
By Jill Fraser. Our water should be full of life-force, but so often it
contains health-depleting energies . Thanks to Austrian naturalist
Johann Grander, there is now a way to restore water’s essential
SOUND TECHNIQUES TO TUNE YOUR HEALTH
By Sharry Edwards. Like a musical instrument, the body needs tuning for
optimum operation. Sound therapies such as BioAcoustics and the Tomatis
Method can help harmonise our energy patterns.
A selection of interesting news and views from the underground science
network. This issue, we feature Martin Gottschall’s speculations on the
recent Finnish breakthrough in artificial gravity.
BRIGHT SKIES—Part 1/5
By Harry Mason. Explosive fireball events over the Australian outback
are more likely the result of foreign military EM weapons tests than of
meteors. Stranger still, they may even involve cults or UFOs.
TREASURE TROVE OF THE KNIGHTS TEMPLARS
By André Douzet. The mysterious Order of the Knights Templars may have
resurrected itself in recent times, but will its legacy of documents
and sacred artefacts ever be made public?
THE TWILIGHT ZONE
Strange tales from around/within/off the world, including a new letter
from an ex-Vatican priest concerning Comet Hale-Bopp; and Kris
Sherwood’s story of marine lightwheels, crop circles of the sea.
STRANGE TALES ABOUT SEA SERPENTS
By C. D. Pollard. So many eyewitness accounts of ‘sea serpents’ through
the centuries can’t all be figments of the imagination. Perhaps the
plesiosaur has indeed survived the age of the dinosaurs.
“Paradigm Wars” by Mark B. Woodhouse
“CoEvolution” by Alec Newald
“The Octopus” by Kenn Thomas and Jim Keith
“On the Track of Water’s Secret” by H. Kronberger & S. Lattacher
“When the Comet Runs” by Tom Kay
“Wizard: The Life and Times of Nikola Tesla” by Marc J. Siefer
“Mystery Cities of the Maya” by Thomas Gann
“Healing Sounds: The Power of Harmonics” by Jonathan Goldman
“Beloved Visitors” by Cherie Sutherland, Ph.D.
“Design Ecology” by Michael Riversong
“Tooth Truth” by Frank J. Jerome, D.D.S.
“Pyramid Power: The Millennium Science” by Dr G. Pat Flanagan
“UFOs and Anti-gravity: Piece for a Jig-Saw” by Leonard G. Cramp
“Skywatchers, Shamans & Kings” by E. C. Krupp
“The Poltergeist Machine: The Hutchison Effect” by Albert Budden
“Witnessed” by Budd Hopkins
“Jurassic Art” from The Mysterious Origins of Man Series
“The Quest for Knowledge Series”
“Windjana” by Tony O’Connor
“My People” by Joe Zawinul
“Preludes, Airs & Yodels” by Penguin Cafe Orchestra
“Flamenco Falsetas” by Dickson & Martinez
“Wandjina: Dancing the Dreamtime” by 93-D