New Dawn 107 (March-April 2008)

The Financial Tsunami (Part 1)
Author and economist F. William Engdahl takes a behind the scenes look at the economic collapse now underway and the origins of the global financial system.

The British Occult Secret Service: The Untold Story
Since the days of Queen Elizabeth I the British secret service has had a strange relationship with the world of magic and the occult.

Global Crises & the Need for a Paradigm Shift (Part 2)
Nafeez Ahmed shows how the current global system, driven on by the imperatives of profit, is responsible for multiple crises across the world.

AIDS Genocide Exposed (Part 2)
In the second part of this interview, Dr. Alan Cantwell continues his discussion of the AIDS cover-up, the role of vaccines, and who benefits from genocide.

G.I. Gurdjieff & the Hidden History of the Sufis
Victoria LePage sheds light on the little known influence of the Sufi mystical tradition and its connection to the remarkable spiritual teacher George Ivanovitch Gurdjieff.

The Masters of Gary Renard
Around Christmas of 1992, Gary Renard had an extraordinary life-changing meeting with a man and a woman who claimed to be ascended masters. Richard Smoley investigates his incredible story.

In Search of Invisible Masters
The arcane lore of the East tells of an ancient community of wise men who possess divine knowledge and mystic powers. Mehmet Sabeheddin examines the role played by Hidden Masters in the Western esoteric tradition.

Anthropocosm: The Path of Osiris
Edward Malkowski explains the ancient Egyptian concept of reincarnation, based on the myth of Osiris, and their sophisticated understanding of our place in the cosmos.


Water Fluoridation: Facts & Fallacies
By Huw Griffiths

Spiritual Arrogance
By Morning Clouds

A New Reality: The Imminent Transformation of Science and Humanity
By Jonathan Robert Banks

David Daniel Kennedy’s Feng Shui Home Study Course
By Reg Little

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