Last updated on October 21st, 2020 at 04:38 pm
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- Overall, we rate Higher Perspective a strong pseudoscience website based on the promotion of astrology and alternative health claims.
Factual Reporting: MIXED
Founded in 2012, Higher Perspective is a news and opinion website covering relationships, health, and lifestyle. According to their about page, they disclaim “Please be aware, we are not a news website! We are an opinion-based blog about spirituality, health, astrology, and relationships.”
Higher Perspective completely lacks transparency as they do not name authors, editors, location, or owners.
Funded by / Ownership
Higher Perspective does not disclose ownership, however, at the bottom of each page, the website is copyrighted to Higher Perspective, LLC. Revenue is derived through advertising.
Analysis / Bias
In review, Higher Perspective publishes news and information about health, lifestyle, spirituality, and relationships. They rarely publish political content and when they do it typically is not biased such as this: 7 Brilliant And Hilarious Responses To Donald Trump Winning The Election. Essentially, this is a clickbait website that features listicles such as this: 10 Shocking Facts You Never Knew About North Korea. This story does not contain a single hyperlinked source. Higher Perspective also promotes pseudoscience such as astrology and miracle foods The Exceptional Benefits of Beetroot That Make It An Almost Miracle Food. This latter story is sourced to the Healthy Food House, which we have rated a quackery level pseudoscience website that is low in factual reporting.
When it comes to sourcing they will occasionally use credible sources such as WebMD and legitimate scientific studies, however many times they utilize poor pseudoscience sources such as Healthy Holistic Living. Of note, the website does offer a disclaimer that reads “We here at Higher Perspective do not hold backgrounds in medicine or science, and anything read on this website should be read with an open mind and taken with a grain of salt.”
Overall, we rate Higher Perspective a strong pseudoscience website based on the promotion of astrology and alternative health claims. (D. Van Zandt 01/09/2020)