The Heretic Magazine - Volume 4

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Publisher Description

The Heretic Magazine is pleased to present Volume 4 of it’s popular alternative history and ancient mystery themed magazine.


Our current edition contains more than 15 fascinating articles written by a variety of cross disciplinary experts and subject area enthusiasts in the fields of Alternative History, Lost Civilisations and Technologies, Mysteries and Conundrums, Rennes-le-Château, the Occult, Politics, Science and more. No magazine offers more specialized esoteric content than The Heretic


Edited and collated by Andrew Gough, Volume 4 features (alphabetically) Robert Bauval, Dawn Bramadat, Robert Eisenman, Ralph Ellis, Lorraine Evans, Robert Feather, Mark Foster, Andrew Gough, Bradbury Cort Lindahl, Tim Wallace-Murphy, Steven Myers, Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince, David Rohl, Ian Robertson, Freddy Silva and Lucy Wyatt. Once again we have compiled a stellar collection of thought-provoking articles and features.


What do you believe?


CONTENTS


Volume 4 Editorial

By Andrew Gough


The Canopus Way of Ancient Alexandria and the Birthday of Alexander the Great

by Robert Bauval


Art and (the R)Evolution 

By Dawn Bramadat


The Reason Why Islamic Regimes Cannot Fall

by Robert Eisenman


Astrology in the Bible

by Ralph Ellis


A Man for All Seasons

Martin Bernal: An Obituary (10 March 1937 – 9 June 2013) 

By Lorraine Evans


I Want to Live Forever

by Robert Feather 


The Rod of Asclepius

by Mark Foster


Curiosities of the Kalevala 

Shamanism, Bees, Resurrection Rituals and the Sampo

by Andrew Gough


The Frenchman’s Tower of Palo Alto and Beyond:

The Geographic Mysteries of the Elite


by Bradbury Cort Lindahl 


The Great Pyramid and Water Locks

by Steven Myers


Da Vinci Rocks!

by Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince


The Strange Case of Robert Louis Stevenson and his own Mr Hyde

by Ian Robertson


The Tower of Babel 

by David Rohl


First Templar Nation:

The Templars’ Greatest Accomplishment is the One Story Never Told

by Freddy Silva


Rex Deus

by Tim Wallace-Murphy


The Mystery of Ancient Cities and why we need to know the Truth about their Origins

by Lucy Wyatt


Reviews

In The Moment

By Andrew Gough

  • GENRE
    Reference
    RELEASED
    2013
    August 15
    LANGUAGE
    EN
    English
    LENGTH
    198
    Pages
    PUBLISHER
    The Heretic Publishing
    SELLER
    Andrew Gough
    SIZE
    131.8
    MB

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