Let There Be Light

Laser light—photobiomodulation—is a bright new tool for muscle and joint pain, wound healing, inflammation, mood disorders and more. Celeste McGovern investigates Science fiction medicine doesn’t get much better than what’s offered onboard Star Trek’s USS Enterprise. Beamed up to the ship with a gaping phaser wound, the patient is sent to sickbay, where “Bones” McCoy directs […]

Continue reading


Statin use is linked to shingles infection and herpes re-activation, study says

By Celeste McGovern A major study — strangely ignored by the mainstream media — found that statin drugs, widely prescribed for lowering cholesterol levels, are linked to an elevated risk of shingles activation. Multiple studies have found a link between statin use and shingles in the past but the current study published in the journal, BMJ Open, […]

Continue reading


Measles, measles, everywhere!

  While government and media are turning Nazi on “anti-vaxxers” for the latest outbreak, Ghost Ship Media looks at the thousands of documented ER visits of children with fevers, seizures and rashes from measles vaccine virus. Public health erases cases of “vaccine-associated measles” from outbreak data. And did you know that vaccine measles virus is […]

Continue reading


Anatomy of a science study censorship

  Elsevier’s “withdrawal” of a small veterinary study breaks all the rules of scientific publishing. The biggest name in scientific literature has produced fake medical journals for Merck’s advertisers before, so yanking a study that doesn’t pass the vaccine industry’s sniff test would be nothing. Celeste McGovern looks at a case study of how Pharma […]

Continue reading


Vaccines Induce Bizarre Anti-Social Behaviour in Sheep

New study finds wool-biting, restlessness and anxious behavior in lambs given aluminum vaccines Ghost Ship Media   Just seven injections of vaccines or the aluminum salt added to vaccines caused alarming behavioral changes linked to a fatal nervous system disorder in sheep, a new study from Spanish veterinary researchers shows. Vaccinated lambs and lambs that […]

Continue reading