The Next Truth is advising you to fasten your seatbelts as you are about to take several astonishing journeys through space and time with well known scientists from all over the world who are challenging you to blaze away the curtains of what is known about this fear containing feast of Halloween, creepy gothic buildings, the taboo of speaking about dead and the mysterious African Nomoli figurines. So lock the doors, dim the lights and do not be scared as this month’s contributor’s dig up some of the real stories behind Halloween. https://www.magcloud.com/browse/magazine/1512517
In the October issue of The Next truth we take an astonishing journey to an ancient time with expert Bennett J. Vonderheide who shines a bright light on the mysterious African Nomoli figurines, Germany’s time researcher Dr. Marc Wittmann challenges you to blaze away the curtains holding this taboo of speaking about dead, Dr. Neil Dagnall and Dr. Kennett Drinkwater present with you surprising but eye-opening scientific research results about what poltergeist really are, Prof. Linda Saab and Prof. Arash Javanbakht are dismantling the blood curdling science of why we love to be scared and Prof. Bill Murray is finally revealing who this hooded figure is in his chilling science-fiction story.
Also in this issue: Author Benjamin Radford is targeting the possibility of the paranormal, Ass. Prof. Tok Thompson is debating the question if believing in ghosts can make you a better person, Dr. Peter Lindfield entrance the realm of Britain’s enviable Gothic architecture what seems to have dark reputation, Prof. Ashby Kinch explores the cultural and historical traditions of a medieval era in where the dead gained a more active role in our daily lives, Dr. Evelien Bracke is fades the boundary between our world and the spirit world by teaching us about the spellbinding magic practiced by the ancient Romans and Greeks to ward off or appease evil spirits roaming the earth around All Hallow’s Eve and Dr. Maria Avxentevskaya let us discover a much earlier era in where the desire of traveling into space did had a grip on people’s minds as well as the inventions of shiny metal shapes gliding in the vastness of the universe were not to be considered an opaque option.