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"Far Journeys": The Mystery of Loosh "Far Journeys": The Mystery of Loosh

Date added: 03/02/2012
Date modified: 03/02/2012
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FAR JOURNEYS: THE MYSTERY OF LOOSH
By Robert A. Monroe.  In an out-of-body journey, this cosmic explorer observed the cultivation of a substance called Loosh, and was shocked to realise that our emotional energies may support the cosmic food chain.

The Magic and Mystery of ORMUS Elements The Magic and Mystery of ORMUS Elements

Date added: 12/17/2007
Date modified: 05/02/2008
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By Dr Roger Taylor. A concentrate of special elements abundant in sea water has exciting potential in improving the soil, increasing crop yields, assisting human and animal health, and even in combatting climate change.

Sowing the Seeds of Destruction - Part 1 Sowing the Seeds of Destruction - Part 1

Date added: 04/29/2008
Date modified: 04/29/2008
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By Stephen Lendman. This review of Bill Engdahl's book shows how the Green Revolution laid the groundwork for the Gene Revolution and allowed a handful of agribusiness giants to control our food.

The Looming Shale Gas Fracking Disaster The Looming Shale Gas Fracking Disaster

Date added: 02/17/2014
Date modified: 02/17/2014
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The Looming Shale Gas Fracking Disaster
By F. William Engdahl. The short-lived US shale gas boom is about to go bust, a victim of a hyped confidence bubble and inflated estimates of recoverable reserves. Meanwhile, communities are being decimated by the environmental hazards of hydraulic fracturing.