The News You Need the Most

ALWAYS an interesting compilation of news items he gleans and  presents once a week.

archive of previous newsletters: ( you can read for days going through this archive)


fear of truth

In this day of instaneous access to  information and connection, why has this documentary only raised $25,000? Incredibly, there are still millionaires and billionaires out there who could easily donate the money to fund this film of ‘education’.  The fear of truth apparently drives the weathly to close their minds and checkbooks and walk away. 

BOUGHT  (video link)

AND,  if the above documentary trailer doesn’t rattle you, this next chunk of information should, 

…”If you haven’t yet heard this interview [with transcript] with Merck vaccine scientist Dr. Maurice Hilleman, prepare to be blown away.

In this rare recording, he readily admits that vaccines contain dozens of hidden cancer viruses derived from diseased monkeys.

In fact, tens of millions of Americans have been injected with contaminated polio vaccines — an “inconvenient fact” about history the CDC is currently trying to sweep under the rug.”…

Here’s the real story you’ve never been told:

as the Fall Equinox is upon us


Those of us traveling to be in the sunshine for the Winter or those who’s Summer is upon them,

Nadine Artemis has VERY interesting information in this 6 min. video about excess or lack of sun exposure.

Also, this:

We have known since the early 80’s that ultraviolet light activates the production of beta endorphin by the skin. We also know that ultraviolet stimulates the skin to produce nitric oxide, the most critical chemical for immune strength, cardiovascular health and energy! This endorphin production is so good that it provides significant pain relief for patients with fibromyalgia. All this is in addition to production of vitamin D 3, another overall health essential. Actually, the skin produces all the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis homeostatic hormones—corticotrophin releasing hormone, proopiomelanocortin, ACTH, & beta-endorphin, (Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab, 2011, 301: E484-493)