Lemuria in Australia & the Pacific

By FRANK JOSEPH The most important questions we can ask are about ourselves, not only as individuals, but as a species. Where did we come from? How did we get here? A question that has bedevilled us for as long as we can remember is: Where and when did we take the step from savagery to civilisation? Mainstream historians, who write our textbooks, insist they know: in Mesopotamia, about 5500 years ago. But they are contradicted by places like Chatal Hueyuek, a 13-hectare condominium village … [Read more...]

Alien Abductions and Star Kids: An Interview With Mary Rodwell

By TONY MIERZWICKI The following interview with Mary Rodwell appeared in New Dawn 97. Mary has contributed an article to New Dawn Special Issue Vol 11 No 2 in which she provides information on recent cases and breakthroughs in the area of alien abduction and the Star Kids. Mary Rodwell, is the Principal of ACERN (Australian Close Encounter Resource Network). She is a counselor, hypnotherapist, metaphysician, former nurse and midwife. Mary has lectured in the USA, UK and Australia. She is the … [Read more...]

New Dawn Special Issue Vol.11 No.2

New Dawn Special Issue Vol.11 No.2 . SINGLE ISSUE - PRINT . SINGLE ISSUE - DIGITAL . SUBSCRIBE - PRINT . SUBSCRIBE - DIGITAL . .    SINGLE ISSUE - PRINT  .  SINGLE ISSUE - DIGITAL  .  SUBSCRIBE - PRINT  .  SUBSCRIBE - DIGITAL  . … [Read more...]

Mind Control in Australia

By DAVID THRUSSELL Philosophers and pundits have long discussed the nature of ‘reality’ itself. For convenience and simplicity we might consider two parallel ‘realities’: one a ‘physical reality’ (the limitations of the body, the physical environment, the mechanical activities and necessities of day-to-day survival) and another ‘mental’ or ‘psychic reality’: the lens through which your mind organises, filters and constructs both an internal and external landscape – a worldview (or supposition … [Read more...]

From Witchcraft & Satanic Rites to Demon Possession

By RICHARD SMOLEY The supernatural: the images that come to mind when that word is uttered often are ones that arouse anxiety or dread. Why? To begin with, you can only be afraid of something that you believe is real. A child has a nightmare and wakes up; the parent consoles by saying “it was all just a dream” or “it was all imaginary.” What is imaginary cannot hurt you, and there is no reason to fear it. Only what is real can hurt you. But, then, what exactly is real? This is a long and … [Read more...]

Homage to Pan: Rosaleen Norton – The Witch of Kings Cross

By NEVILL DRURY Rosaleen Norton (1917-1979) has been described as Australia’s best known witch. She was a controversial and ‘colourful’ character in Sydney’s Kings Cross district during the 1950s and 1960s and was known to the public as an eccentric, bohemian witch-lady and artist. She wore flamboyant, brightly coloured blouses and vivid bandanas, puffed on an exotic engraved cigarette holder, and plucked her eyebrows so that they arched in a somewhat sinister curve. Norton also claimed certain … [Read more...]

Maria de Naglowska, A Herald of the New Era

By DONALD C. TRAXLER When Winston Churchill called Russia “a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma,” he could as well have been describing a daughter of Russia named Maria de Naglowska. She was a poet, a journalist, a translator, an author, an occultist, and a mystic (the latter perhaps most of all), but few know anything about her. Those who have ever heard of her probably know her as the translator of P.B. Randolph’s Magia Sexualis1 (which she did far more than translate).2 Others, who … [Read more...]

Assassination of the Humanitarian Princess: The Killing of Diana

By JOHN MORGAN (1957-2015) 1992 was the year that the relationship between Princess Diana and other senior British royals changed irreversibly. In June Diana collaborated with UK author Andrew Morton in a book which exposed Prince Charles’ relationship with his lover Camilla Parker-Bowles and Diana’s mistreatment by senior members of the royal family. The reaction was swift. Within 11 days of the book’s publication Diana received a bombshell letter from her father-in-law, Prince Philip. The … [Read more...]

Who Did Kill Rasputin?

By MICHAEL HOWARD (1948–2015) Before the First World War the Russian royal family, the Romanovs, were heavily involved in occult activities. In the years between 1900 and 1905, the French occultist Dr. Gerard Encausse (Papus) made several visits to Russia for undisclosed reasons. In fact, he had been personally invited to the country by Tsar Nicholas II and was holding magical séances at the royal palace in St Petersburg for the tsar and his German-born wife, the Tsarina Alexandra. Both were … [Read more...]

Microwave Towers & Faster Downloads: The Hidden Health Impact of Wireless Communications

By BENJAMIN NOWLAND Imagine you arrive home after work to discover a new microwave antenna tower stationed at the edge of your backyard fence? How would you respond? If you’d had non-existent mobile phone reception for years prior (or if you were a techie ‘hooked on faster downloads’) then you might find reason to celebrate! You might respond as an ambivalent disempowered citizen, “I really wonder about those things but there isn’t much I can do about this anyway.” You may be in the … [Read more...]