Friday, January 22, 2010

Journal of Borderland Research

The Journal of Borderland Research (1960 - 2004), which continued on from Meade Layne's original Round Robin (1945 - 1959), is one of the preeminent sources of alternative sciences and solutions, and, while it has not been published for many years, it is far from lost and forgotten. Still serving higher intelligence, still bringing you out to the fringes of perception and awareness, we've begun prepping from the archives some of the classic articles, reviews, and interviews that you've been asking for, and we're putting them online, free of charge, at the new Journal of Borderland Research (

Our first forty articles cover a broad spectrum of the archive, moving from the effects of ELF on brain waves to borderlandsciences.orglunar influence on production of colloidal silver, from the sonic weapon of Vladimir Gavreau to Wilhelm Reich's contact with space. Tired of just reading about this stuff? DIY experiments with plants and radionic currents and subtle energy detection.

There is still a lot of work to be done, and we hope to get your feedback to make it all even better. Tell us what you want to see more of, request specific articles, submit your own work— we're ready to hear what you have to say.

See you out there on the Borderland.

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