Guide to Health — $20
We are all brought up to believe
in doctors. We eat and breathe what we want, including a bunch of
poisons such as caffeine, nicotine, alcohol, and aspartame, and when we
get sick as a result, we turn the responsibility for our health over to
our doctor. What the AMA, the FDA, and other groups don’t want you to
know is how totally the pharmaceutical industry is in control of the
health industry. Well, sickness industry, actually. There are several
well researched books which blow the whistle on this whole mess. The
American health care system is (a) the most expensive in the developed
world and (b) one of the worst in terms of longevity and infant
The Secret Guide to Health will help you avoid the poisons which are
making you sick and help you add 30 to 60 healthy years to your life.
You need to learn about what foods to eat and which to avoid. You need
to know about the importance of drinking enough pure water. You’ll
learn the truth about vaccinations, dental amalgam, root canals, and
other health threats. Or you can do like most people and die of cancer,
a stroke, a heart attack, or hobble around a nursing home as an
Alzheimer’s veggie like my mother did.
How much is it worth to you to completely recover from any chronic
illness you have? What’s it worth to not have to worry about having a
heart attack, stroke, or cancer? Or arthritis, diabetes, back aches,
migraine, or even tooth decay? What’s it worth not to be among the 50%
of the old people forced to live in a nursing home? Or to have to worry
about osteoporosis or breaking a hip? All of these illnesses are on the
increase and, unless you make some major changes in your life, one or
more of these are inevitably in your future.
How about a diet where you can eat all you want and never again have to
worry about being overweight?
My solution to avoiding the miseries which are hitting people at
younger and younger ages is so simple that you’re going to be madder
than hell that you’ve been suckered all of your life.
Why hasn’t somebody else blown the whistle on the "system?" It’s money,
of course. Our $1.5 trillion so-called health care industry only makes
money when you get sick, so they have no vested interest in your being
healthy. Besides, most people won’t pay a nickel for health, but when
they get sick they’ll pay whatever the traffic will bear, including
$2,000 a day hospital care and $50,000 operations.
My book is only $10, but I think you’ll agree that at $10,000 it would
still be a bargain. There’s no other book like this available at any
My guarantee: if my book doesn’t make good solid sense and isn’t well
researched, send it back and I’ll refund your ten bucks.
Guide to Wealth — $5
There are no known benefits to
being poor, yet most people settle for careers which will never net
them much money—such as working for a big company, the government, or
teaching. The basic secret to making money is to own your own company.
My book explains how you can get others to happliy pay you to learn
what you need to know to be an entrepreneur, and do it even though you
have no college degree résumé, or even any experience!
And do it from 17 to 70.
An Inc. Magazine survey of America’s most successful entrepreneurs
showed that virtually none of them ever completed college. They either
never bothered to waste the time and money or, like Bill Gates, they
I spill the beans on the whole job scam. If you work for someone else
for more than a couple of years, you’re a sucker. When I finally
figured out what was really going on I started my own company and
within a couple of years I was buying the toys of the rich—like a
yacht, an Arab horse, a plane, and a couple Porsches.
But the best part of making money is the freedom it provides. The
freedom to travel and have adventures. Well, read my been-there,
done-that list and eat your heart out. Or, better yet, follow my
instructions and build your own list. It sure beats the heck out of
spending years in morning and evening commutes.
My guarantee: If you follow my instructions and aren’t a millionaire
within seven years you get your $5 back. Now, I realize that gratitude
is the least felt of all human emotions, but maybe you could send me a
check for the $5,000 I should charge for this book when you make your
first million? I’ll send you the $5 change.
Guide to Wisdom — $5
This is a review of about a
hundred books which our school system should have encouraged you to
read. No, I don’t sell these books—that would be a conflict of
interest. I’m recommending them because they are critically important
to helping you understand what a sham most of the things we’ve been
brought up to believe in are. I’ve had to read thousands of books to
find these few gems. You don’t.
Yes, I’m an iconoclast—that’s someone who challenges conventional or
cherished beliefs and institutions as being false or harmful. Hey,
that’s me, and I want to enlist you in my crusade. But to do that I
need you to understand more about the world—the stuff they don’t teach
you in school. This guide will, I predict, turn out to be one of the
most treasured reference books you’ll ever get.
After reading these books you’ll be death to any party because you’ll
know more about almost anything than anyone else. You’ll be a social
pariah unless you learn to keep your mouth shut—a skill I have not yet
mastered. But it is fun to be able to go on talk radio shows like Art
Bell, Sightings, and Laura Lee and talk knowledgeably about a wide
range of subjects.
Editorial Essay Reprints —$10 each
Thousands of my 73 Amateur
Radio Today readers subscribe mainly to read my lengthy editorial
essays. They cover any subject I think people should be interested in.
Indeed, much of the information in my books first appeared in my
essays. A reprint of my 1996 non-ham radio oriented essays (124 pages)
is available as item #72. The 1997 essays (#74) run 148 pages. The 1998
essays ran 164 pages (#75), and 1999 ran 132 pages (#76). When I get
some time I'll have the 2000 essays available. Now you can read 100%
pure Wayne Green, without having to subscribe to a ham radio magazine
to give yourself a liberal education. No, make that a conservative
education. Friends, you've been brainwashed about doctors, the value of
college, the Moon landings, Social Security, vaccinations,
fluoridation, sugar, and almost everything else we're taught to believe
in. I've written over a thousand editorials over the last 50 years and
I haven't yet had to retract anything. I do my homework carefully
before I write.
Fusion Journal — Back Issue Specials
If you'd like to catch up with
what's been going on in the cold fusion field, I can put together a
collection of ten back issues of the journal, which includes the
prize-winning first issue, for only $40 (#23). Or, a more
complete 20 back issue collection, which is packed with reprints of the
key cold fusion patents and theory papers by the world's top
researchers and solid-state physicists is $75 (#25). The ground
floor of this new industry is still wide open. We'll soon be seeing
more new billionaires. Will you be reading about them and kicking
yourself for missing the boat? Steve Jobs started on his road to
billions as a youngster in his family's garage. That's where I
first met him.
WWII Submarine Adventures — $5
What’s it like to be depth
charged? What’s it like to hear a ship being torpedoed and sinking?
Well, it’s nothing like in the movies.
As a result of my interest in amateur radio, I served in the Navy as an
electronic technician 1942-1946, dur-ing WWII, including five exciting
war patrols on the USS Drum (SS-228) in and around Japan (1943-1945).
We were one of the ten most successful submarines of the war. The Drum
is now on display in Battleship Park in Mobile, Alabama. Please pay it
This is the story of the day-to-day life on a submarine, with battle
attacks, what it’s like being depth charged (which happened a lot),
playing pinochle, and many humorous events. It also includes the
incredible coincidences which have made me one of the few people still
alive who know the real story of what happened to Amelia Earhart, which
our government is still covering up after over 60 years!
These stories were originally in a Drum Newsletter I published to help
get my old shipmates to attend our yearly reunions and many are framed
and on display in the Drum. There’s lots of submarine fiction, but not
many fact books.
I think you’ll enjoy reading about the two times I saved the boat from
being sunk. Well, I was in the right place at the right time, and I
knew what to do.
Then there was the time Skinny Ginny ground up onions for hash while we
were submerged and we were forced to surface with Japanese patrol
planes all around to clean the air so we could see to run the boat.
Luckily we didn’t get spotted or I probably wouldn’t be around today.
Extinction Predictions— $5
After listening to one Art Bell
guest after another predicting a mass extinction in the near future,
and then reading their books on the subject, I decided it was time to
collect these disaster prophecies into one master doom book. I’ve
reviewed a bunch of these catastrophe books for you in a 28-page
booklet. The worst part is that several of the prophets making the
predictions have an impressive history of having accurately predicted
past events such as earthquakes, volcano erruptions, and major weather
Will most of mankind be wiped out in the near future by a sudden pole
shift, a comet, asteroid or meteor, WWIII, a massive solar flare, that
cursed ozone hole, a new ice age, global warming, or perhaps a new
biological weapon? Or will it just be terrorist attacks with nukes or
biologicals on our cities? You can even read what Nostradamus has
predicted, and he says that 97% of the Earth’s population will be wiped
out in the next few years. Get my Human Extinction Prophecies book and
start preparing your family for the worst.
My wife Sherry recently signed up
for a video production class at nearby Keene State College. The course
naturally entailed her having to produce a short video. Instead of
doing one on how to wash your sox or something like that, she decided
to tackle the NASA Moon landing controversy.
She got every photo, video, and book she could find about the Apollo
Moon missions. She read René’s book, NASA Mooned America, Bill
Kaysing’s book, We Never Went To The Moon, and Bill Brian’s Moongate.
She read the autobiographies of the astronauts. I helped her by going
through the three Moon books and making a list of the reasons why it
looks to me as if the missions had to have been faked.
Sherry did a nice job of exposing some of the more obvious fakery in
her "Moongate" short — which got her an A for the course. But this got
me busy writing about each of the 45 key reasons that convinced me that
NASA had to have faked the whole show. The result is a 56-page booklet
which I have seriously underpriced at $5. It’s called Moondoggle. If
you want to be outrageous and really upset the believers in the feat of
the century, arm yourself with the booklet.
Yes, I know, the whole idea that something as important to our country
as the Moon landings could have been faked is so ridiculous that almost
anyone’s first reaction is that you are crazy to even suggest such a
thing. Unfortunately, I don’t believe this will turn out to be the
biggest government hoax of the century, but it sure will at least be
the second biggest. You’ll get many times your five dollars worth of
fun when you arm yourself with the information in this booklet. You may
even want to get some extra copies to upset your true believer friends.
Once you read this you’ll want to be a big spender and invest $30 in
Renés book (#90). It’s listed further on. René has done
an excellent job of research. You'll also want to get the $35 568-page
Dark Moon, which I'm importing from London (#92). This book is the
result of years of meticulous research into every aspect of the Moon
landing hoax. For instance, they measured the LEM hatch and found it
several inches too small for the astronaut's on their space suits to
possibly pass through.
Your State Government — $5
Once you’re healthy, wealthy and
wise you owe me big time and that measily $15 you spent learning the
secrets that have turned your whole life around isn’t going to get you
into heaven. The next step, besides your teaching others what I’ve
taught you, will be for you to help me fix some of the more serious
problems our local, state, and federal governments are causing. In this
booklet I propose a couple dozen ways that any state can be improved.
And remember, it only takes one determined person to bring about big
changes. You’re going to like my proposals—like how to get any
government department to cut its staff in half within three years and
do it enthusiastically and cooperatively. And how to get state
employees to start providing service and stop making life miserable for
us. And even a way for a really progressive state to not have to
collect any taxes at all! Read my book and then run for your state
legislature and start changing things. Raise some hell.
Music Guide — $5
Stress is a killer. Closing your
eyes, leaning back, breathing deeply and letting out a series of loud
sighs will help. But even more important is to spend some time each day
listening to classical music. It’ll calm your mind like nothing else!
When you read Secrets of the Soil you’ll find that plants respond
amazingly to classical music. They grow faster and stronger, and even
have sweeter fruit. Rock’n’roll stunts their growth and makes their
fruit bitter. Similar tests with animals had to be stopped because the
animals exposed to rock’n’roll were killing each other—like our school
If you need some help in finding the best classical music you’re in
luck. Professor Green to the rescue. Yes, I have a 20-page booklet
which will guide you towards building a superb 100 CD classical music
All of the most famous classics are listed, of course, but you’ll also
discover some lesser known gems that are incredibly beautiful. Have you
listened to Nazareth, Gottschalk, Glière, or Delius? Benefit
from my 70+ years of listening to classical music—and from publishing
America’s #1 music magazine for ten years.
Travel Diaries — $5 each
The first book (item #11) will
take you to Russia, Ukraine, London, Aspen, St. Pierre, Munich, Krakow,
Prague and Vienna, all without it costing nearly what you’d think. For
instance, how about a round trip tour for two to Munich, Vienna, Krakow
and Prague, including first class flights, nice ho-tels, good meals,
and a rental Audi, all for under $1,000? Yep. And that included the
amazing salt mines of Krakow and Linzer torte in Vienna.
This book includes our trip to Hawaii for the fourth International
Conference on Cold Fusion on Maui. We used the occasion to sightsee all
six of the major islands. I went scuba diving on all of them too. It
was one heck of a trip. You’ll also enjoy our visit to Moscow, Yalta,
Leningrad, the Ukraine, and some small Russian towns.
The second book (item # 12) covers our visits to the Caribbean islands,
which is one of the closest and least expensive foreign places to
visit. But wouldn’t you like to get some travel hints from a true
skinflint before you go?
Well, I’ve visited almost every country in the Caribbean—to scuba dive
the reefs with my underwater video camera, visit ham radio friends, and
sightsee. This is the travel diary of a skinflint’s adventures to these
islands. For instance, how about a 21-day visit to 11 islands, diving
and visit-ing ham operators? You won’t believe how little it can cost
when you know the ropes.
The Caribbean area is nearby for inexpensive, short vacations, and this
is not your usual travel guide. Or maybe you don’t want to know ahead
of time which islands are plagued with incredibly tiny ants, which with
mosquitoes, and how to avoid the proliferation of tourist traps and
high priced taxis.
With Monterserrat’s volcano blowing up you may have seen pictures of
the place Sherry and I stayed. It was a bed and breakfast estate with a
pool and run by a ham, so I got to use his ham station while there.
Paul McCartney also stayed there a couple years back. The Caribbean can
be a bargain paradise in the off season, both above and below the water.
Silver Colloid — $20
You don’t have to pay big bucks
for silver colloid, you can make it yourself. All it takes is three 9V
transistor radio batteries and a couple pieces of pure silver. You can
get the batteries anywhere, but pure silver wire is much more difficult
to find, particularly since you don’t need a big roll of it. Two 5"
lengths is all you need to make silver colloid for years. Yes, I’ve
invested in a roll of #10 (very heavy) fine (99.999 pure) silver wire
and I’ll cut off a couple of 5" lengths for you for $15. Stick ’em in a
glass of distilled water, add a tiny touch of salt to make the water
conductive, connect the battery to the two wires and in about ten
minutes you’ll have about a 5 ppm solution of silver colloid. Or you
can make a more sophisticated unit from an article in the April 1997
issue of 73 (a reprint of the article is $5 (item #98). To make this
even easier, I have a kit of the three battery clips and two alligator
clips to hold the silver wire available for $5 (item #99).
$40, I'll send you the complete kit with a power supply, silver
rods, instructions and a reprint of an article on the whole subject
Or you can buy the stuff
from a mail order company or a health food store for around $20 per
Colloidal silver seems like the answer to the overuse of antibiotics
and the increasing resistance of germs to them. People are using it to
wash food to get rid of E. Coli and salmonella, and even drinking it to
fight infections. It’ll get rid of athlete’s foot for you too, as well
as any other fungus — like stinky feet.
The stuff is expensive to buy and dirt cheap to make yourself, so read
up on it and join the converts. The main book I recommend on the
subject (yes, it’s in my Guide) is The Magic Silver Bullet by Dr.
Farber. He’s got a new edition out and he told me he’s working on still
Million Sales Video — $40 (worth $4,000)
I used to give lectures to
business executives on how to get free ad-vertising. While this was
very unpopular with my fellow publishers, my goal has always been to do
my best to help my advertisers get as much bang for their ad bucks as
possible. I figured if I helped make them rich, I’d probably do okay
too. I have.
But I couldn’t get enough advertisers together at any one place or
time, so I made a video which explains how almost any company can
generate at least an extra million dollars in sales just by the clever
use of PR. I ex-plain how to do new products releases, and how to get
them published. I explain how to get magazines to publish product
review articles. On the average a new product mention will result in
about the same sales as two full page ads, since an endorsement of your
product by the magazine is implied. And a good product review ar-ticle,
a super endorsement, will normally sell as much product as ten full
The secret is in how you go about doing your releases and how to get
editors to publish product reviews for you. Having been a publisher for
almost 50 years, I know how to manipulate editors and publishers. And I
spill the beans.
Having dealt with many of the largest ad agencies and PR firms in the
country, I can tell you that I’ve found very, very few (like none) that
have a clue as to how to prepare new products releases or get them
The video is only $40. But perhaps that’s too much for you to spend to
gain an extra million in sales. If so, fire yourself immediately and
get someone with at least a grain of marketing common sense to replace
you. Get my video and start building sales. Heck, armed with this video
you could go into the PR business and get rich that way. One of my 73
editors did just that, becoming the top PR gun in the computer industry.
Remarkable Books — $30 each
This book reviewed in my Secret
Guide to Wisdom which is not available from book stores, so I’ve
arranged to handle it. It's entitled NASA Mooned America (item #90).
This book will get you in deep trouble with liberals who believe and
trust in our beloved government, and with scientists, most of whom
still firmly believe what they were taught in college.
René claims that NASA faked the whole Apollo moon landing deal.
When I got a copy of his book I figured he must be just another nut
case. By the end of the first chapter René had presented very
convincing evidence. He’s done his scientific homework well on this,
citing 30 reasons why he believes that NASA, with the CIA’s help, faked
the whole $40 billion deal. I haven’t heard from any of the over 1,000
people who have bought the book who hasn’t been convinced.
Gatto Talks — $5
Our schools are even worse than
you imagine. Much worse, and getting worser.
John was the New York State Teacher-of-the-Year and quit teaching
because "he couldn’t stand doing that to children any more." He was
nice enough to send me copies of his talks, which I’ve reproduced for
you in a 40-page booklet.
We have the most expensive public school system in the world and,
according to international surveys, the poorest in the developed world.
Students in Albania are outperforming ours. I said Albania, not Alabama.
It’s your inaction which has allowed our public school system to get so
bad. You’ll also want to read John’s wonderful book, Dumbing Us Down.
My Wisdom Guide explains where to send for a copy of this $10 book.
Coverup — $3
The leading researcher into the
effects electrical fields have on living things (things like you) is W.
Ross Adey (K6UI), a good friend of mine. Yes, these magnetic fields are
dangerous to your health. The danger comes from nearby power lines and
those big transformers on the power poles near houses.
Read Adey’s testimony before a Congressional committee on the subject
of the danger of police radar units. This also applies to those
cellular telephones people put next to their heads, thus slowly frying
their brain cells.
Are you still using an electric blanket? Not if you’ve done any reading
on the subject you aren’t.
The power companies are spending whatever it takes to get scientists to
not be convinced of the danger—just like the cigarette companies did.
Maybe you remember the tobacco company presidents all swearing to a
Congressional committee that their cigarettes are not harmful to health.
Jullian Schwinger on Cold Fusion — $2
Despite the negatives from
scientists with good economic reasons for opposing cold fusion
research, Schwinger gave this lecture in Japan, pointing out that it is
unrealistic to judge cold fusion physics on the basis of what’s been
learned from hot fusion research. I think you’ll find the lecture most
interesting and prescient. Not all physicists have their heads buried
Playing Scott Joplin
When I heard Scott Joplin’s music
in The Sting I wondered how I’d managed to miss such fantastic music,
so I bought every LP I could find of Joplin’s music and played them
endlessly. But, the more I played his music, the more I felt that none
of the performers really understood it. They were just playing the
notes without feeling the what Joplin was trying to convey. It was
frustrating. I felt that Joplin was by far the greatest musical genius
America had ever produced.
I was such a big Joplin fan that I drove 250 miles to New York to see
his opera, Treemonisha, performed.
Anyway, late one night, when Sherry and I were returning to our New
Orleans hotel after a riverboat concert by Beaujolais, we passed a
small, grungy bar. The door was open and I could hear someone playing
Joplin’s music. I listened for a moment and told Sherry we had to go
in. Us, going into a bar? Lordy! We sat down and nursed a couple of
Cokes for an hour or so listening to Scott Kirby play Joplin’s music.
He was playing it the way I’d heard it in my head.
Scott, a recent graduate of Ohio State, and was playing Scott Joplin’s
piano music on the New Orleans streets for a living. He’d started
playing the piano at 6 and when The Sting came along in 1975, when he
was 10, he too was excited by ragtime music.
I brought him to New Hampshire and we recorded his first CD in the
Peterborough Unitarian Church. I released it on my Greener Pastures
label. It was such an instant hit that I built a state-of-the-art
digital recording studio, where we recorded the complete works of Scott
At that time there was just one ragtime festival in the country, in
Sedalia, Missouri. Today there are over a dozen ragtime festivals
around the country, and Kirby is the star performer in most of them.
He’s too busy these days to play on the New Orleans streets. Also, I’ve
noticed that several of the other top ragtime pianists have adopted
Kirby’s interpretation of Joplin’s music.
I have some CDs still available of Kirby’s first recording. They’re $10
and have 13 of Joplin’s rags. Order B1. I also have Volume I of the
Complete Scott Joplin. The CD version is B2 and is $15. Scott Joplin
Volume II is available on CD as B3 ($15). I have a few cassettes of
Volumes III and IV available for $10 each (B6 and B7). These are
collector’s items cassettes and CDs, so I should charge a lot more. As
far as I know, I have the only copies of these that are left, and I
don’t have many.
and The Mid-Nite Plowboys
My other love, besides ragtime and
classical music, is bluegrass. So when I heard Banjo Dan and his
Mid-Nite Plowboys playing at coffee house in Peterborough I arranged to
record them on my Greener Pastures label. A cassette of 19 pieces of
their wonderful music is $10—ask for B10. On CD it’s $15 for B9.
— Russian Bluegrass — $10
The Banjo Dan group had been
performing in Russia in the summers and Dan brought back a tape of a
Russian bluegrass group called Kukuruza. They were playing Russian folk
music in the bluegrass style and it was fantastic. I encouraged them to
come and tour America, which they did. They stayed at my place for a
few days while we recorded them in my studio, then they went on around
the country, including an appearance on the Grand Ol’ Opry. Wait’ll you
hear this amazing music! I have a few cassettes left—$10. Order B13.
– Better Generation
The Jefferson Airplane and
Jefferson Starship are still flying. Their latest recording, Better
Generation, has 16 great songs and was recorded in my studio and
released on my Green With Envy lable (GWE), and it was a winner. Marty
and his group found out the hard way how crooked the major labels are.
An article in Forbes reported that less than 2% of the artists on the
major labels ever make any royalties. Marty said that he made more
royalties on this release than Jefferson ever had for all of their past
releases, many of which sold in the millions. The cassette is B12 –
$10. The CD is B11 and also is $10. That’s a special, while they last.
Kathy Blake’s Dance Videos — Free Catalog!
My wife, Sherry, went to a large
video store and asked to see their how-to-dance videos. They had none.
So she decided to fill this vacuum. She found a nearby dance teacher,
rented a TV station studio, and started Butterfly Video, producing
dance lesson videos. They were an instant success.
Her star, Kathy Blake, is superb. Having taught thousands of students
to dance, she knows just where people have trouble. Today Butterfly
Video has almost a hundred different one-hour videos of American and
International style ballroom dancing. Plus country, tap and children’s
At $43, including s/h, they’re sure a whole lot cheaper than going out
and taking commercial dancing lessons, and when you find you’ve
forgotten a step you can refresh your memory any time.
Send for a free catalog and start getting some romance back into your
life. It’s excellent exercise, which you badly need, and it’s wonderful
for getting rid of stress, which you also badly need to do. The catalog
is free, so what’s your problem? I wish you could hear some of the
wonderful compliments I hear from customers who call ordering more