Colette O’Neill’s Beltaine Cottage…..
Ben Emlyn-Jones: Sherlock- The Hounds of Baskerville…..
Brian Allan interview on HPANWO Radio…..
The Origins of the Faeries…..
Drug-Induced Dementia IS NOT Alzheimer’s Disease…..
Mitochondria: Understanding its Structure and Functions
UK orphans sold to paedophiles as sex slaves by traffickers snatching children in care
My 9 Tips To Cut Down On Exposure To Computer Radiation
Reducing The Effects Of Electromagnetic Pollution Naturally
Effects of Microwaves
New paranormal TV show with real hauntings (The Supernatural Files)
Chris Turner and Daniel Rogerson, the producers of the top-notch revelatory documentary, Don’t Mention the Reptilians, have announced their conference, Repcon, and they’ve kindly asked me to speak at it.
If you believe that psychiatrists are kind people who help you solve personal problems by talking to you, prepare to be surprised. At one time some psychiatrists actually did this. It was called “psychoanalysis” and was quite time consuming and also quite expensive. However, Dr. Peter Breggin  notes that all this changed around the time frame of the late 1960’s when the biological model — which is the current model — was introduced. This model asserted that it was useless to talk to patients, because their problems were due to some “chemical imbalance” in their brains, which could only be corrected with drugs. Continue reading →
Quite possibly the biggest question posed by eusocial primates. The need to know encouraged our forebears to climb down from the treetops. To brave the savannahs in hopes of sighting distant forests, or making meaningful contact with other clever apes. Over the millennia humans crossed oceans to new lands in hopes of deepening their gene pool, or their pockets. Unlike Alexander the Great, we do not weep when we see the breadth of our domain, knowing there are no more worlds to conquer. Instead we turn our gaze to the stars in hopes of expanding our real estate portfolio, and perk our ears heavenward to eavesdrop on aliens. Evidence Mounts For A Real-Life Multiverse
Please note: Phenomena Magazine are regularly looking for contributors. If by chance you may have an article that our readers would enjoy, we would love to hear from you. Now distributed in 11 countries with over 1.8 million subscribers per year.
A tribute to Dave Oester (and a caution) from Brian Allan, editor of Phenomena Magazine: