LINK: http://eiris.it/ojs/index.php/scienceandphilosophy/article/view/453 THE TESTOSTERONE PARADOX: HOW SEX HORMONES SHAPE THE ACADEMIC MIND Roy Barzilai ABSTRACT In my work I argue that sexual differences in the brain seem to shape the ideological gulf between the respective social groups each side represents. And most significantly, it is the male sex hormone testosterone that is the primary hormone… Read More


Sex wars have been the driving force causing the western cultural divide as a wedge between the yin-yang, feminine-masculine power dynamics is causing a breakup of the traditional family, fall in gender identification, and collapse of normative heterosexuality, opposite-sex in sexual attraction. These dynamic changes in the sexual organization of culture, also leads to phase… Read More


  Are low testosterone and sex differences in immune responses causing mass hysteria during the coronavirus pandemic? Link to article in Science & Philosophy journal Roy Barzilai   Abstract By integrating the entire body of research in human sexual dynamics, immune responses, and sociocultural behavior, we can conclude that the mass hysteria our society is… Read More


This new edition of The Glazov Gang features Roy Barzilai, author of Sex Wars and The Testosterone Hypothesis. Roy focuses on: Lockdowns: Low Testosterone’s Reign of Terror, revealing How sex wars enable the plandemic. https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/2020/09/video-lockdowns-low-testosterones-reign-terror-frontpagemagcom/  … Read More


A new article, based on The Testosterone Hypothesis, published in World Cycles Institute website:   Mr. Barzilai sums up the effect of lower testosterone levels on the way we think: “Hormones are the causes and motives of the thoughts running through our mind and the choice of actions the brain orders the body to take.”… Read More


My article published on pages 12-13: Bear Markets and Winter Flu Season: Chronobiology of Financial Market Distress Link to PDF: https://ifta.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/IFTA_Update_Vol27-iss1.pdf     Abstract In this article, I wish to explain the interrelated nature of seasonal patterns of climate and weather, chronobiological cycles (how solar activity effects human behavior) in respect to economic activity, and… Read More