New Dawn 90 (May-June 2005)
Programming Armageddon in the Middle East
Many Christian fundamentalists claim the Messiah cannot return until the Temple of Jerusalem is rebuilt on the site of the Dome of the Rock mosque. Robert Guffey uncovers how a dark alliance between US and Israeli religious fanatics is working to create the preconditions they believe will bring about Armageddon and the onset of the ‘End Times’.
Did Chinese Mariners Land on Australian Shores Before Europeans?
The book 1421: The Year China Discovered The World by Gavin Menzies ignited worldwide interest in Chinese voyages to all parts of the globe before the European Age of Discovery. If Menzies is right, history books will need to be rewritten. Dan Byrnes looks at the possibility China discovered Australia before Europeans.
The Bush Agenda: Who’s Next?
A second term for President George W. Bush raises the spectre of more US led invasions and bombings in the name of advancing ‘freedom’ and ‘democracy’. Stephen Kaposi shows that Washington’s interference in other countries’ internal affairs continues unabated. Does the Bush administration plan to overthrow more governments in the near future?
Ancient Civilisations: Six Great Enigmas
As we enter the 21st century, science has failed to give satisfactory answers to significant and pressing questions about human history. American writers and researchers Will Hart and Robert Berrenger introduce us to six of the great unsolved enigmas of humanity’s ancient past.
The Rosicrucian Vision
Among the secret traditions of the West, one of the most mysterious and elusive is that of the Rosicrucians. Author Christopher McIntosh explains how the Rosicrucian vision of a better world suddenly burst upon 17th century Europe, and its impact is still felt today.
Fulcanelli and the Secret of Rennes-le-Chateau – Part 2
The Cross of Hendaye in France is said to be the key to unlocking great occult secrets, including the mystery of the Apocalypse and a hidden tradition preserved down the ages by initiates. In the concluding part of this article, Vincent Bridges reveals this tradition survived in Europe encoded in various myths and inscriptions.