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The Light

A monthly, independently – distributed free UK truth paper. People funded paper that sheds the stories the mainstream media doesn’t.

 

Rise and Shine

Rise & Shine is a brand new digital download magazine with inspiration for navigating the earth journey through these transformational times.

The magazine will be packed full of useful insights, ideas and information on how to live a more kinder, natural life.

This landmark book tells the story of Joe Boyd, a working-class, recovering addict from Liverpool who joins the frontlines of environmental anti-fracking protests across Northern England.
With suspicions rising about police infiltration in the movement and gaslighting from those positioning themselves as leaders, Joe questions everything and researches endlessly in a bid to make sense of what he – and others – experience. What he starts to witness is a war on rights to protest.
Joe then turns to defending our human rights, which eventually leads him to taking on the fight and defeating the years; he goes from near death to the Court of Appeal, London.
However, Joe knows that’s not the end of the regressive road to protest denial. He continues to monitor the actions of a new group Extinction Rebellion and sees a similar pattern.

The Road to Kill the Bill will make you question everything you thought was true and face the rising fascism we now witness where our rights to protest are hanging by a thread.

This is a book about fear. Fear of a virus. Fear of death. Fear of losing our jobs, our democracy, our human connections, our health and our minds. It’s also about how the government weaponised our fear against us – supposedly in our best interests – until we were one of the most frightened countries in the world.But why did the government deliberately frighten us? How has this affected us as individuals and as a country? Who is involved in the decision-making that affects our lives? How are behavioural science and nudge theory being used to subliminally manipulate us? How does the media leverage fear? What are the real risks to our wellbeing?Ahead of any official inquiry into the handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, Laura Dodsworth explores all these questions and more, in a nuanced and thought-provoking discussion of an extraordinary year in British life and politics. With stories from members of the general public who were impacted by fear, anxiety and isolation, and revealing interviews with psychologists, politicians, scientists, lawyers, Whitehall advisers and journalists, A State of Fear calls for a more hopeful, transparent and effective democracy.


Is the modern day dentist the way of the future? OR is the common dental checkup just a stepping stone in the evolution of our understanding of tooth decay and what can be done about it? The truth is, relying on modern dentistry techniques is a very old, outdated strategy to tackle this universally felt problem.

Thankfully, our information age has enabled relatively hidden knowledge to be spread across the globe in an instant. The Natural Remedy For Tooth Decay acts as a vehicle for this precious knowledge.

Complicated surgical treatments and incredibly expensive procedures can now become a thing of the past. The NEW way is the natural way. By addressing what we eat and by using other holistic aids, we can now remineralize our teeth from the comfort of our own home.

Rich Dad Poor Dad is Robert’s story of growing up with two dads his real father and the father of his best friend, his rich dad and the ways in which both men shaped his thoughts about money and investing. The book explodes the myth that you need to earn a high income to be rich and explains the difference between working for money and having your money work for you.

Since early 2020, the world has experienced a series of catastrophic events-a global pandemic caused by a so-called novel coronavirus; international lockdowns and border closings causing widespread business closures, economic collapse, and massive unemployment; and an unprecedented curtailment of civil liberties and freedoms in the name of keeping people safe by locking them up in their homes.

We are now living in a world that is increasingly ruled, not by our democratic systems and institutions, but by public health fiat, carried out by politicians who rule by instilling fear and panic.

Drawing upon her thirty-plus years of experience, Ina May Gaskin, the nation’s leading midwife, shares the benefits and joys of natural childbirth by showing women how to trust in the ancient wisdom of their bodies for a healthy and fulfilling birthing experience. Based on the female-centered Midwifery Model of Care, Ina May’s Guide to Natural Childbirth gives expectant mothers comprehensive information on everything from the all-important mind-body connection to how to give birth without technological intervention.

This book is your insurance against becoming another medical statistic.A groundbreaking book based on the newsletter of the same name, “What Doctors Don’t Tell You” exposes the pervasiveness of unproved, sometimes harmful medical practices. The shocking truth is that a huge percentage of medical treatments we take for granted — cholesterol lowering, heart surgery, vaccines, even treatments for everyday conditions like arthritis or asthma — have never been scientifically proven to work, let alone to be safe. In many cases, modern medicine’s “cure” is far worse than the disease. Lynne McTaggart lets you in on the trade secrets of medicine, offering up-to-the-minute, proven scientific alternatives for diagnosing, preventing, or treating many illnesses. “What Doctors Don’t Tell You” will give readers the knowledge and power to take control of their health

Control the food and you control the people. It’s no ordinary book about the perils of GMO. Engdahl takes the reader into the corridors of power, into the back rooms of labs, behind closed doors of corporate boardrooms. He cogently reveals a diabolical world of profit-driven political intrigue, government corruption and coercion, where genetic manipulation and the patenting of life forms are used to gain control over food production worldwide. If it often reads as a crime story, that should be no surprise: that is what it is. Engdahl’s carefully argued critique goes far beyond the familiar controversies surrounding the practice of genetic modification as a scientific technique. An eye-opener and must-read for all those committed to social justice and World peace.