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By Tony Bushby. In the fourth century, the Roman Emperor Constantine united all religious factions under one composite deity, and ordered the compilation of new and old writings into a uniform collection that became the New Testament.
By Jon Rappoport. A retired vaccine researcher goes public on what the pharmaceutical industry and the health authorities don't want us to know: that vaccines are unsafe, untested and one of the greatest frauds of our time.
Interview with Benjamin Fulford, by Kerry Cassidy and Bill Ryan of Project Camelot. This finance expert exposes the murder, mayhem and money scams behind the alleged Eastern secret socieites' final warning to Western powerbrokers.
Editing and Commentary by Neo. Nineteenth-century Serbian peasant Mitar Tarabich made some uncannily accurate predictions for the 19th and 20th centuries, so only time will judge how his prophecies play out for the 21st century.
By "Acolyte". From 1994 to 1999, researchers at a secret collider facility in Africa recorded their computer-interfaced question-and-answer sessions with an entity from a parallel universe, gleaning information and predictions about an anticipated "Fuse Year".
By Gennady Belimov. A Russian boy who claims to have had previous lives on Mars and who speaks of future Earth cataclysms and ET visits has grabbed worldwide attention in recent years.
In the 10 years since the massacre at Port Arthur, Tasmania, the authorities continue to ignore concerns that there is no hard evidence to implicate Martin Bryant as the gunman.
By "Opening Poster" via Godlike Productions. As the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster unfolds, bizarre things have been happening since late June with intense submarine, ship and aircraft activity and the capture of a weird organism.
By Walter Last. Borax, a naturally occurring mineral and a source of the essential element boron, is an inexpensive and effective antiseptic, antifungal and insecticidal treatment, but it's now being outlawed by Big Pharma and health authorities worldwide.
By Philip Coppens. A system of tunnels and caves beneath Ecuador and Peru is reputed to hold an ancient treasure-house of artefacts including two libraries, one containing inscribed metal books and the other storing tablets of crystal.
By Project Censored. This selection of the 25 stories most underreported by the mainstream media in the last 18 months is headed by plans to replace the US dollar. If the plans were to proceed, there would be huge ramifications for America's global economic and military domination.
By Alec Newald. In late February 1989, Alec Newald arrived in Auckland after what should have been a three-hour drive from Rotorua in New Zealand. Soon he realised he had lost ten days but had no idea how that could have happened. Through a series of revelatory dreams and later, hypnotherapy sessions, Alec was able to piece together the puzzle.
By Alex Ansary. Solar Cycle 24 combined with a weakening of the Earth's magnetic field may have severe consequences for our planet's climate and electricity grid systems as well as human behaviour.
By Dr Tullio Simoncini. According to this hypothesis based on years of scientific and clinical research, the cause of cancer is infection by a common fungus, Candida albicans. The good news is that it can be treated with a powerful antifungal agent that can't be patented.
By Jim V. Humble. A formula has been developed that can overcome malaria symptoms in just hours and has healing properties that can help against AIDS and various immunosuppressive diseases.
By Phillip Coppens. The free online encyclopaedia Wikipedia is a democratically decided database that has been open to abuse, but the advent of WikiScanner has uncovered a web of deceit and disinformation.
By Carl Wernerhoff. Australians were told that Martin Bryant had been responsible for the massacre at Port Arthur two days after it happened. Bryant himself didn't find out for another nine weeks.
By Richard Alan Miller. Modern scientific studies have confirmed and expanded upon the findings of traditional Chinese medicine, that the Cordyceps sinensis fungus has myriad health benefits.
By Dianne Jacobs Thompson. Diluted seawater contains almost the same concentration of minerals and trace elements as blood plasma, and its sodium content matches that of blood. It has been used successfully in animal tests as a blood transfusion substitute, but human trials are long overdue.
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.