Category: Paranormal Investigations (journalism behind the scenes)

The Next Truth’s December issue is online!

The December issue of The Next Truth is online!
I hope you enjoy this month’s issue 🙂

In the December issue of The Next Truth we spotlight the realm of neuroscience and anxiets in an interview with worlds leading neuroscientist and Harvard Medical’s most prescient innovator, Dr. Srini Pillay, learn more about WISIB with GYA alumni and cofounder and the founder of WISWB Prof. Dr. Amal Amin and leap into multiverse with Dr. Brian Keating.

Also in this issue; the scientific evidence of the phenomena of EVP’s, Thomas van Brunschot and Joseph B.H. McMillan discuss the existence of God, UK’s Dimensional researchers Nick and Andy drawing back the curtains on their research and author Lynn K. Russell speaks of a remarkable experience at a motel in Minnesota.

The Next Truth’s issue of November 2018 is online!

The November issue of The Next Truth is online!
I hope you enjoy this month’s issue 🙂

In the November issue of The Next Truth; together with SETI’s senior astronomer Dr. Shostak we take a look at how intergalactic light-beams can communicate with extraterrestrial life forms, we walk through the kitchen of CERN’s project ALICE and step through the door of an unexplained realm in an interview with The Kentucky Ghost Hunter.
Also in this issue; GYA alumni and cofounder and the founder of WISWB Prof. Dr. Amal Amin explains about the position of female scientists, a quick dive into the philosophy of PRI-UK, Joseph B.H. McMillan who reveals a scientific explanation about ‘good and Evil’ and Lynn Russell shares with us her life’s-story and how she became the author of the book ‘The Wonder of You’.

With kind regards,
The Next Truth (Maria Anna)


The Next Truth; Where Science and Myth Meet (Magazine)

YES! … The first issue of The Next Truth is online! 😃
Thank you all for your efforts and interesting contributions.
In the October issue of The Next Truth we take a look at why science fears the paranormal, if black holes can convert entropic time, if particle physics can explain some theological questions and if the sterile neutrino can point out to dark matter. Also in this issue, a quick insight in the book “Losing the Nobel Prize and a science-fiction story both written by well known scientists.
I hope you enjoy it! 


03/06/18… Kalkbergwerk Miltitz, Germany

After 7 months wandering the terrains of many scientific facilities, institutes and universities, ‘The Next Truth’ is traveling through time and space while breaking the boundaries with the speed of Lambda*nu.
This year we will start with the publication of the magazine ‘The Next Truth’ that highlights mind dazzling paradoxes and gnawing questions concerning the well-kept secrets of the paranormal and the universe combined with scientific facts.


The October issue of Paranormal Underground Magazine … a magazine which gives you the chills!

Yes, the October issue of Paranormal Underground Magazine available containing 8 creepy Ouija board movies, and “Haunted Marquette” author Tyler R. Tichelaar.
But also California’s haunted Preston Castle, werewolves and lycanthropy, and the exorcism of Clarita Villanueva.

And if you didn’t had enough moments of fear, let some chills slight down your spine by reading personal encounters with dark witches, shapeshifters, and skinwalkers; and tales from a first-time ghost hunter.

Have an eerie time reading the creepy and mind blowing articles of PU Magazine.
(page 50; my latest and personal experience in the world of unexplained events)

Good night and … don’t let those eerie bedbugs bite!


Happy Halloween!


Journalism behind the scenes: Fortress Königstein…Sachsen, Germany


Journalists are people too.

journalist1“A journalist/reporter is a person who is reporting the news. Regardless if they work on their own (“freelance”) or for a newspaper, magazine, a radio or television programme, researching, writing, and reporting news information is their main goal.”

There you are, nervously waiting for the journalist/reporter to step on your terrain, to invade your work-space and maybe even jump into the darkest corners of your private life. Than they arrive … looking like a pack of hungry wolves, armed with all kind of terrible creepy questions, looking you straight in the eye and impenetrable in what they really think. Microphones and camera’s are being unpacked and put into position, and not only the gazing lenses of the camera(s) are aimed at … YOU … also the strict looks of the Journalist/reporter, camera-man and maybe even those of the whole freaking world are aimed directly at you!

Okay, that scenario would scare the hell out of me too 🙂 But we know that you are feeling a bit uncomfortable and maybe thinking; “Oh my god, they are going to penetrate my soul and rip it apart before I am truly death!” As a journalist I have to say, Yes I am penetrating your soul because I need to understand who I am talking to but no, I am not going to rip you apart 😉

Unfortunately, there are journalists/reporters who use a form of aggression and can be immense irritating in their behavior but, speaking about myself, when I am walking in the back I am not able to hear what you have to say and that is the reason why I push myself to the front … it’s not journalistic aggression, it’s because my recording equipment can not bridge the sound of your voice over a hundred meters.

This is our (sometimes dangerous) job,


…we are just people who are asking questions about your claims, work, experiences … and yes, they are direct questions with a psychological touch. If we do not do this, we would never get an answer to work with meaning that the (your) story is not going to be published in a manner as it is supposed to be.

Therefore, the next time a journalist/reporter is standing in-front of you, know that he or she does not have the intention to rip you to pieces or to find that one particular comment in order to criticize you … they are just looking for the most interesting stories they can get their hands on.


Journalism behind the scenes…at the CERN.

Being in and around the CERN (and its projects) from 19th till the 22th of July was very…VERY interesting!



Journalism behind the scenes (Black Forest, Germany)