WHAT IS NEXUS MAGAZINE?
A Conspiracy Business?
by Duncan Roads
Several years ago I took over a dying magazine.
It was a magazine that addressed itself to the alternative fringe of society and thus it carried many 'alternative' points of view on the subjects of health, human rights, the environment, human potential and suppressed information.
I revived this magazine by deleting all articles on the new age, the occult, environment and similar subjects, and by concentrating on what I call "suppressed information".
Since that day in 1990, NEXUS Magazine has shown phenomenal growth, and today is the largest selling alternative news magazine in Australasia. We have offices in the UK, New Zealand, The Netherlands, Germany, Italy, France, Greece, Japan, Russia, Croatia, Romania, Poland, and the USA.
So what drives people to buy NEXUS? Are these people all latent "conspiracy theorists", and, indeed is being a conspiracy theorist so bad? After all, nearly every best-selling action book or movie is based on a conspiracy of some form. In fact, as you well know, there are conspiracies everywhere, of all sizes, happening all the time – they are part of our social structure.
NEXUS Magazine is not a conspiracy magazine. We do however cover subjects and stories that often cause the reader to assume there has been a conspiracy. For example, we have found evidence of at least two dozen very successful treatments for cancer that have been suppressed! This suppression has always stemmed from joint action between medical bureaucracies and pharmaceutical drug companies. Cancer can, has and is being successfully cured by a wide variety of treatments-all studiously ignored and denigrated by the majority of doctors.
An example of how hypocritical the situation has become: there is a clinic in Germany which has a reputation for curing cancer using a wide range of accepted and unaccepted therapies. Ex-US President Ronald Reagan, and heads of the cancer bureaucracy number amongst the successfully treated visitors to this clinic, yet they never pass on this valuable information to the rest of the medical world.
Several years ago NEXUS Magazine organised the visit to Australia of a man named Ed McCabe. Ed McCabe is a research journalist who spends all his time researching and speaking about what is known as oxygen therapy. Oxygen therapy has been used to successfully treat people with AIDS as well as cancer, and is non-toxic.
Ed brought documentation in the form of medical records, of people who had gone from HIV-positive to HIV-negative. I invited the media and AIDS groups to view these records, but the silence was deafening. As the tour grew closer though, various current affairs programs expressed interest, but certainly not favourable. The media had decided to deliberately run negative stories on oxygen therapies, and anyone using or promoting it became victims of a media frenzy.
Thus we had the unique situation where people using oxygen therapies were reporting amazing results, but the media, the AIDS groups, and the medical bureaucracy closed ranks and insisted it was all nonsense. At the end of the day the public were told it was all a dangerous con, but AIDS and cancer sufferers using oxygen therapies began to lobby to be able to continue the treatment of their choice – purely because it was working for them. To this day, no hospital or doctor in Australia is willing to trial a treatment which has already 'cured' many AIDS and cancer victims.
The subject of suppressed health news is but one of many subjects covered in NEXUS magazine. Other topics have included: cars which run on water; suppressed archaeological discoveries; the history of banks; free-energy cover-ups; how the CIA runs heroin and cocaine; mind-control technology and how it is being used; and UFOs, and the unexplained.
We gain our information from researchers, doctors, magazines, newsletters, computer networks and books.
You will read things in NEXUS that will stimulate and challenge your view of reality, and we welcome you to our pages.
Duncan Roads, Editor