Big Pharma: Is Corporate America Killing Us? – Sonia Barrett

Sonia Barret

Big Pharma:  The Business Of Disease In America
Sonia Barrett


Is our society programmed for sickness and death? Are we subconsciously instructed to get sick for the sheer purpose of corporate America making a profit and increasing the bottom line?  But what about us?

Delve into the secret world of Big Pharma, corporate America and the media as we talk to Sonia Barrett about her new film “The Business of Disease”.  Known for her mind bending concepts she will help to stretch your mind even further.  Find out how corporations are controlling illness and marketing them to the minds of the unsuspecting masses. You may never watch television or read a magazine again!


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About Sonia Barrett

Film maker, Sonia Barrett is the Author of The Holographic Canvas; The Fusing of Mind and Matter.  Her work bridges the gap between science and spirituality in a simplified format.  She addresses the programming, beliefs and concepts by which we have lived our lives both individually and collectively. These insights provide clarity in understanding the paradox of both the real and the unreal; the visible and the invisible components of reality; the holographic experience.

Sonia Barrett has appeared on panels with such noted speakers/scientists as Dr. Amit Goswami, Dr. Bruce Lipton and a number of others. She has been a Key Note speaker at a number of conferences to name a few; the ISSSEEM Conference, Conscious Life Expo , UFO Conference and the Alchemy Conference. Sonia Barrett is a popular radio guest appearing on such shows as Coast 2 Coast AM with host George Noory, Red Ice Radio, Conscious Media Network and a host of others including television. She appeared in the 2010 film Ghetto Physics, produce d by Will Arntz (producer of What the Bleep do We Know) and E Raymond Brown.

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