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NEXUS vol. 13, no. 5
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Comments from readers on NEXUS-related topics.
We report on mind-reading computers, speculation that the London
bombers had British intelligence links, and the mysterious Morgellons
WAS MARTIN BRYANT FRAMED?—Part 2/3
By Carl Wernerhoff. More than two months after the massacre at Port
Arthur, Tasmania, Martin Bryant still knew nothing of the incident, and
the transcript of his police interview suggests he was incapable of
comprehending that he'd been set up.
THE FAR WEST DRUG META-GROUP—Part 2/2
By Peter Dale Scott. The group accused of staging the Russian 9/11 has
links with organised criminals, foreign private military companies,
Islamist jihadists, Central Asian narcobarons and the CIA.
OBESITY: THE NEW WORLD EPIDEMIC
By David Zeoli. Obesity is a growing problem in the industrialised
world, but controlling it means eating the right kinds of foods that
have not been denatured by modern agricultural methods and factory
ARACHNOIDITIS: TOXIC CHEMICAL TRAGEDY
By Gil May. The sufferers of a devastating disease caused by the
corrosive action of certain spinal X-ray imaging dyes are crying out
for treatment and compensation, their plight long ignored by drug
companies and successive governments.
INDUCED AFTER-DEATH COMMUNICATION
By Michael E. Tymn. An information-processing technique
developed by US clinical psychologist Dr Allan Botkin allows people to
overcome grief while communicating with a deceased loved one.
Radio and electronics specialist Frank Simonsen discusses the
long-delay echo phenomenon, which has been theorised as being caused by
ionospheric action or even interference by alien space probes.
TIBETAN BUDDHISM AND THE GREAT GAME
By Shé D'Montford. Tibet has long been a locus in The Great Game for
control of the Indo-Himalayan and Central Asian regions, but have the
Tibetan Buddhist leaders been players more than pawns?
BURROWS CAVE: AFRICAN GOLD IN ILLINOIS?
By Philip Coppens. A cave that Russell Burrows says he discovered in
1982 allegedly contained inscribed gold artefacts including a golden
sarcophagus that may have been transported to Illinois from Africa in
the first century AD.
THE TWILIGHT ZONE
Our samplings from "out there" include reports of strange encounters
with winged humanoids, land rights for fairies and elves, and the
brothers from Brittany who were said to have lived for centuries.
"Spying on the Bomb" by Jeffrey T. Richelson
"The Weapons Detective" by Rod Barton
"Abominable Snowmen" by Ivan T. Sanderson
"Supernatural California" by Preston Dennett
"The Language of Crop Circles" by J. K. Moore & J. Keijser
"Who Built the Moon?" by Christopher Knight & Alan Butler
"Good Health in the 21st Century" by Dr Carole Hungerford
"When the Impossible Happens" by Stanislav Grof
"A Question of Torture" by Alfred W. McCoy
"Remote Control: The Battle For Your Mind" by Steve Lynch
"The Light of Civilization" by Nicholas Hagger
"The Torch of Freedom" by D. H. D'Arcy-Evans
"Freedom Next Time" by John Pilger
"Armed Madhouse" by Greg Palast
"Dan Aykroyd, Unplugged on UFOs" presented by D. Sereda
"Unsigned Circles" directed by Poppy Paulos
"HAARP – The Update" presented by Dr Nick Begich
"Under the Bodhi Tree" by Jonathan Still
"Elixir" by Kaya Project
"Metamorphosis" by Sangeet, Tarshito & Jimmy
"Stream Flowing" by Weng Zhenfa and Fu Renchang
"¡Baila!: A Latin Dance Party" by various artists
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