New Dawn 129 (November-December 2011)

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Awakening Our True Potential The untapped potential of every man and woman is immense. Richard Smoley explains the key aspects of self-transformation.. Beyond the Five Senses The traditional five senses – are these the only way to perceive the world? Robert Schoch examines the powers latent in humankind. War for Total Control Adrian Salbuchi uncovers the Big Brother surveillance society that is fast emerging in Australia and around the world. 10 Years After 9/11 Former Australian diplomat … [Read more...]

The Real Men in Black: Government Agents or Visitors from Beyond?

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Who are the “Men in Black”? In the blockbuster Hollywood movie of the same name, they were fictional characters. In real life, they are fearsome individuals who attempt to silence the witnesses of UFO and other paranormal phenomena.     In his latest book, The Real Men in Black: Evidence, Famous Cases, and True Stories of These Mysterious Men and Their Connection to the UFO Phenomena, the popular, bestselling author Nick Redfern (pictured left) delves deep into the strange world of these … [Read more...]

The Elite Plan for a New World Social Order

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By RICHARD K MOORE — When the Industrial Revolution began in Britain, in the late 1700s, there was lots of money to be made by investing in factories and mills, by opening up new markets, and by gaining control of sources of raw materials. The folks who had the most money to invest, however, were not so much in Britain but more in Holland. Holland had been the leading Western power in the 1600s, and its bankers were the leading capitalists. In pursuit of profit, Dutch capital flowed to the … [Read more...]

The Great Carbon Credit Deception

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By RICHARD K MOORE— In an era of economic growth, the dynamics of competition, innovation, and entrepreneurial investment were important elements of the game. In a non-growth era, the game will be based on entirely different dynamics. The mechanisms of production will become relatively static. Instead of corporations competing to innovate, we’ll have production bureaucracies. They’ll be semi-state, semi-private cartels, concerned about budgets and quotas rather than growth, somewhat along the … [Read more...]