The first issue of New Dawn magazine appeared in May 1991 in Melbourne, Australia. From humble beginnings, New Dawn has grown into a unique 80 page bi-monthly publication distributed nationwide throughout Australia and New Zealand, with a growing international readership.
New Dawn magazine explores ancient wisdom and new thinking while encouraging greater awareness and open-mindedness. Each thought-provoking issue examines the hidden dimensions of society, culture, history, religion and current events in a non-dogmatic manner.
From lost civilisations and ancient knowledge, to secret societies and higher states of consciousness, New Dawn is a fascinating blend of cutting-edge articles on unexplained and behind-the-scenes events.
New Dawn also presents alternative news and views on global trends and world affairs, tackling issues and subjects the mainstream media often refuses to touch.
New Dawn is not about telling you what to believe, but is a forum where diverse ideas and creative thought is presented for our reader’s consideration, inspiration and empowerment.
Today all mainstream media outlets propagate the consensus reality. Every child is born into a crowd that is already conditioned, the teachers are conditioned, the neighbours are conditioned, and the whole community is conditioned. Born into such a conditioned environment the child cannot envisage any other alternative. Awareness is sacrificed to conformity. Existence becomes a trap, a cog in the wheel of the great machine of modern society. William Blake described that machine as a ‘Dark Satanic Mill’. Philip K. Dick identified it as the Empire’s ‘Black Iron Prison’. “It is possible to get out of a trap,” wrote Dr. Wilhelm Reich. “However, in order to break out of prison, one must first confess to living in a prison.”
It has been observed that there are two ways of looking at the world. You can take the morning newspaper or nightly news at face value and believe everything you’re told by the establishment media and those in ‘positions-of-authority’. Or you can begin to question this mass hypnosis and awake to new perspectives and possibilities. New Dawn is a doorway to this new way of thinking and seeing the world.
Since 2004 New Dawn has also published Special Issues devoted to ancient mysteries and the unexplained. These Special Issues, now published every two months, are a thought-provoking and highly readable examination of the greatest mysteries of the past, the present, and the future.
Thank you for reading New Dawn. We’re sure you will find this magazine insightful, enlightening and absolutely unique.
Enjoy the journey of discovery.
“What a tragic realm this is… Those down here are prisoners, and the ultimate tragedy is that they don’t know it; they think they are free because they have never been free, and do not understand what it means. This is a prison, and few men have guessed. But I know, he said to himself. Because that is why I am here, to burst the walls, to tear down the metal gates, to break each chain.”
– Philip K. Dick
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Here’s what people are saying about New Dawn:
“I read many magazines, from all over the political and religious spectrum, but New Dawn is the one periodical I most look forward to each issue. It never fails to deliver provoking political analysis, hard-to-find esoteric insights, and valuable pointers to health alternatives. Do I agree with everything it prints? Certainly not. But there is nothing quite so stimulating as well-written articles challenging one’s unexamined assumptions about the world we live in. New Dawn is hard to put down – or pin down. In short, it’s a great magazine.”
– Jay Kinney, Publisher of GNOSIS magazine (1985-1999)
“Fresh, vibrant, and always surprising, New Dawn is a constant reminder that reality is rarely what it appears to be. One of very few magazines I enjoy reading today.”
– Richard Smoley, author of Inner Christianity: A Guide to the Esoteric Tradition and former editor of GNOSIS
“In this world there are very few high-quality publications that will publish truly controversial articles on subjects that are generally regarded as taboo. For example, I have been privileged to write serious and well-documented articles for New Dawn on the bacterial cause of cancer, the man-made epidemic of AIDS, the human radiation experiments, and the dangers of vaccine programs. What ‘mainstream’ publication can you think of that would dare publish such material? I am delighted that New Dawn exists — and I am honoured to contribute to it.”
– Alan Cantwell, M.D., author of AIDS and the Doctors of Death
“There are few magazines as unique as New Dawn, combining a genuine understanding of the occult basis of the New Age, a healthy respect for all traditions, and hard-hittting unflinching political analysis – always with a positive eye on the future.”
– Jose Argüelles (aka Valum Votan), author of Time and the Technosphere
“I have the impression that the New Dawn content is becoming deeper and broader, keeping up with the present awakening of people generally. A perceptible shift from the lower psychic to something higher – a conceptual merging of science and the occult which is immensely interesting and in my view gives greater genuine nourishment to the mind.”
– Victoria LePage, Australian spiritual writer and author of Shambhala: The Fascinating Truth behind the Myth of Shangri-La
“New Dawn magazine is one of the best sources of realistic information on the state of things in our world as it nears its inevitable and predicted end. For some people it could seem to be a little bit strange and weird, phantasmagoric… But the reality in which we live is itself something strange and weird… New Dawn magazine helps us to persist. And gives us hope for the better world that is coming…”
– Alexandre Dugin, leader of International Eurasian Movement