NET-Journal

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NET-Journal ("New Energy Technologies") is an esoterically influenced German journal, published by Jupiter-Verlag (Adolf and Inge Schneider) and delivered to the members of Deutschen Vereinigung für Raumenergie (German Association for Vacuum Energy, formerly DVS). It is released bi-monthly.

NET-Journal was first published in December 1996, based on the magazine "Jupiter-Info" which had been included with a Swiss magazine called "Öko-Journal".

Typical content

  • Issue 01/2 2007 : Erich von Däniken Encounters of the third kind, page 34-35
  • Issue 03/4 2007 : Cancer medication for the common man, page 40
  • Issue 05/6 2007 : Mike Brady: Perendev-magnet motor to be launched shortly, pages 4-9
  • Issue 05/6 2007 : Secret-TV on air, pages 42-43
  • Issue 07/8 2007 : Prof. Dr.-Ing. Konstantin Meyl: Project to achieve the "best converter of all times": "Schienenkonverter" (Railgun), pages 47-52
  • Issue 09/10 2007 : Did a German Nazi UFO land on Mars, page 40 (Reichsflugscheiben are a typical idea of extremeist right esoterics)
  • Issue 01/2 2006 : Georg Ritschl: Operation "Regen in der Wüste (Desert Rain)" - Orgone-work in Afrika, pages 36-39
  • Issue 03/4 2006 : Inge Schneider: Bruno Gröning - one for everybody!, pages 50-51
  • Issue 03/4 2006 : Dr. med. Hamer partly rehabilitated, page 40
  • Issue 03/4 2004 : New G-Com data transfer principle: Dr. Müller's Global Scaling - Fact or Fiction?, pages 16-20
  • Issue 05/6 2004 : Popular Wörgl experiment Silvio Gesell, pages 38-39
  • Issue 07/8 2004 : The Perpetual Motion device of the Nazis, pages 10-12
  • Issue 07/8 2004 : Stripes in the sky - Chemtrails and Lotus effect, pages 37-39
  • Issue 07/8 2002 : Aquapol on track, pages 39
  • Issue 09/10 2002 : Jacques Benveniste at Lucerne water symposium: Scientifically proved homeopathy, page 49
  • Issue 07/08 2001 : Effective microorganisms - a true panacea, page 40
  • Issue 06/07 1997 : A current interview with Felix Würth, inventor of a fluid energy machine

Criminal activities

Several articles in NET-Journal propagate fraudulent activities:

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