NEXUS - February-March 2019
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Readers comment on Alzheimer’s not being contagious, gratitude for NEXUS, Big Bang feedback and the Min Min light phenomenon.
We report on China’s population decline, the north magnetic pole’s unexpected movement, the South Pole’s cosmic rays, mystery seismic waves, irreversible effects of screen time on pre-teens, early puberty link to chemicals, US withdrawal from Syria and more.
By Dr David Jernigan. A cold core temperature leaves the body susceptible to depression, viruses and chronic infection. It is a sign of degeneration and gradual cellular death—but treatment is available.
By Dr Joseph Mercola. A history of how America and the world was sold sugar through public relations, fat bashing, the “uncertainty” of the sweetener’s bad health implications, “Bliss Point” marketing, and industry-funded studies on the benefits of sugar.
By Charles Lester Walker. This 1946 article reveals that after World War II, thousands of Nazi patents were found, having been hidden in various locations. These were microfiched, stored in US libraries, and sold locally and internationally to interested parties.
By Dameon Michael Keller. A holistic analysis of the flood of information available on the theories, intuitions and opinions relating to the use of sound, vibration, colour and light and an inclusive explanation of the 432Hz versus 440Hz debate.
By Patrick Chouinard. An argument that megalithic similarities and other evidence points to the building of Göbekli Tepe by an ancient Eurasian civilisation possessing sophisticated astronomical knowledge.
By Dr Kathy J. Forti. Exploration of the watery tunnels found underneath the Great Pyramid at Giza has unearthed surprising findings regarding the water composition and its potential origins. The prevalence of water-filled tunnels found beneath pyramids worldwide also raises questions of their purpose.
We present a compilation of news articles from the early 1900s covering an expedition to Egypt by Harvard University professor, George Reisner and the discovery of tunnels, temples and small pyramids under the Great Sphinx of Giza.