New Dawn 125 (March-April 2011)

Atlantis Then & Now

Richard Smoley revisits the history and fate of the legendary ancient civilisation of Atlantis, and looks at the important lessons for our own time.

When Disaster Strikes

How can we cope with loss and acute grief, asks Richard Smoley, from the perspective of the ancient wisdom tradition?

Stan Gooch & the Neanderthal Legacy

Neanderthals are extinct but their genes survive in many of us. Oana Ghiocel & Dr. Robert Schoch journey into the amazing world of an unrecognised genius.

The First Race: Out-of-Australia, Not Africa!

Steve Strong examines startling new archaeological finds suggesting the Americas were settled more than 11,000 years ago by the first Australians.

The Seven Gates of Paradise

Can a temple transform ordinary humans into extraordinary beings? Freddy Silva shows us the true power of these sacred sites – small windows into paradise.

4 Scenarios for the Coming Collapse of the US Empire

The demise of the United States as the global superpower, writes Prof. Alfred McCoy, might come far more quickly than anyone imagines.

The Trinity: Secret Code of Creation

Marie Jones & Larry Flaxman reveal a secret so simple yet so powerful, it could change the way we look at our relationship with the world.

The Return of the Elders – Part 2

In the final part of her article, Victoria LePage discusses the mission of the Elders and how they are guiding humanity toward the rebirth of a truly sacred science.

Thoughts are Magic – Part 2

Change Your Mind, Change Your World. Ursula Seiler continues her look at how our thoughts have the power to manifest themselves for good and bad.


Increasing Your Life Expectancy
By Dr. Peter Dingle

The Tao of Happiness & Joy
By Dr. & Master Zhi Gang Sha

How I Cured Diabetes in Five Steps
By Mike Adams

The True Benefits of Raw Milk
By Pat Shannan

Living in Inwardness
By Dennis Lewis




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