Ancient Mysteries

America Before: The Key to Earth’s Lost Civilisation

From New Dawn 175 (Jul-Aug 2019) Humans were in America long before we’ve been told, and the Australian Aborigines have a genetic connection to the Amazon which once had great cities. FRANK JOSEPH looks at the fresh discoveries in Graham […]

Technology/Mind Control

I Refuse to be Microchipped

From New Dawn 175 (Jul-Aug 2019) If current trends continue, within the next 20 years, almost everyone will be microchipped and dependent on electronics for their survival. Unless we start counter-acting on it now.  I am going to quote from […]

Free Your Mind from Mainstream Media Brainwashing

From New Dawn 162 (May-June 2017) Starting with Gutenberg’s printing press, then Thomas Edison’s motion picture camera and the introduction of celluloid and the silver screen, and later the cathode ray tube – a select few media institutions, and the men […]

Secret Wisdom

Magic for Grown-ups: The Work of the UR Group

From New Dawn 172 (Jan-Feb 2019) In the consensus view, magic belongs (if at all) in Disney films and Harry Potter books, and adults who actually believe in it are stuck in infantile or medieval superstition. It does not help […]

Rudolf Steiner: Dweller on the Threshold

From New Dawn 171 (Nov-Dec 2018) The most enigmatic figure to emerge from the “occult revival” of the early twentieth century was also the most successful, the Austrian “spiritual scientist” Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925). Although many of his contemporaries were outwardly […]

New Science/Consciousness

The Science of Plant Intelligence Takes Root

From New Dawn 176 (Sept-Oct 2019) For centuries, Western philosophy has viewed animals and plants as unthinking automatons. The famous 17th scientist and philosopher, Rene Descartes, maintained that non-human organisms cannot reason or feel pain; they are robotic machines that […]


Remarkable Recoveries

From New Dawn Special Issue Vol 12 No 4 (Aug 2018) Some people with serious, medically incurable illnesses recover unexpectedly. People with cancers, multiple sclerosis, scleroderma, Crohn’s Disease, fibromyalgia, and many other diseases have returned to health – with no […]

5G: The Final Assault

The following article, published in New Dawn 173 (May-June 2019), presents important information on the 5G networks currently being erected across urban landscapes in Australia, Britain, Europe, the USA, Asia, and eventually everywhere. In November last year (2018), the United […]

Secret History

The Fantastic Reality of Pauwels and Bergier

From New Dawn 165 (Nov-Dec 2017) In 1960 a book appeared in France that triggered a kind of revolution. Not a political one, although one of the book’s authors had political ideas that slanted distinctly toward the right. It was […]


Will I Survive? A Look at the Afterlife

From New Dawn Special Issue Vol 11 No 6 (Dec 2017) What happens when we die? Human beings have asked this question probably more than any other, with “Does God exist?” and “What is the meaning of life?” coming in […]

Camille Flammarion & the Mystery of Death

From New Dawn 123 (Nov-Dec 2010) In late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century France, a famous, and favourite, personality was the astronomer, science populariser, and science fiction writer Camille Flammarion (1842-1925).1 It is difficult today to gauge the celebrity status that […]


Psychic Self Defence

From New Dawn Special Issue Vol 11 No 4 (Aug 2017) They’re out there, moving stealthily in the darkness. The black magicians, the occult terrorists, Satanists, Mansonoids, Mindwarpers, Cattle Mutilators. “Nights black agents” as the Bard called them. They’re calling down curses on their […]

Cleverman: The Paranormal Powers of the First Australians

From New Dawn 159 (Nov-Dec 2016) The Aboriginal people of Australia are the longest surviving culture on earth with over 60,000 years of stories known as The Dreaming. The Dreaming is the spiritual realm that binds the past, present and […]

Behind the News

Secrecy & Surveillance: The Australian National Security State

From New Dawn 177 (Nov-Dec 2019) Australian society, as has been its wont for some time, relishes secrecy and surveillance. Forget the laid-back, relaxed demeanour that remains the great fiction of a confected identity; like all such forced assumptions, the […]