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- Overall, we rate The Mind Unleashed a very strong Conspiracy and Pseudoscience source. We also rate them Low for factual reporting due to the promotion of unproven claims and numerous failed fact checks.
Factual Reporting: LOW
World Press Freedom Rank: USA 48/180
Founded in 2013, The Mind Unleashed is a strong conspiracy and pseudoscience website. According to their about page “If ordinary people really knew that consciousness and not matter or material possessions is the link that connects us with each other and the world, then their views about war and peace, environmental pollution, social justice, religious values, and all other human endeavors would change radically.” The website discloses the owner with minimal information.
Funded by / Ownership
The website is owned by The Mind Unleashed, Inc., which is in turn owned by Joseph Brown. The website is funded through advertising.
Analysis / Bias
In review, The Mind Unleashed typically republishes articles from other sources, some credible and others not, such as Zerohedge. They also accept submitted article from readers. In general, the website publishes news that leans left, with some being factual and others totally false. For example, they promote the 9-11 conspiracy of a controlled demolition, Chemtrails, anti-Vaxx propaganda, Mind Control…Well, you get the idea. In general, this is a very strong promoter of conspiracy theories and pseudoscience.
According to a factual search they have failed numerous fact checks.
Overall, we rate The Mind Unleashed a very strong Conspiracy and Pseudoscience source. We also rate them Low for factual reporting due to the promotion of unproven claims and numerous failed fact checks. (D. Van Zandt 7/21/2016) Updated (8/2/2019)