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Darklore Sampler

December 1st, 2008 by Sirius Lee

Darklore

Darklore is a journal of exceptional observations, hidden history, the paranormal and esoteric science which will challenge your preconceptions by revealing the strange dimensions veiled by consensus reality. This excellent offering from the Daily Grail brings together some of the top researchers and writers on topics from outside of mainstream science and history, including Daniel Pinchbeck, Loren Coleman, Nick Redfern, Robert Schoch, Blair Blake, Michael Grosso, Paul Devereux, Stephen Braude, Mike Jay, Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince and many others.

A Darklore sampler is now available as a completely free download. The six articles from Volumes 1 and 2 selected for this sampler are:

Darkness Over All by Mike Jay
Enter the Jaguar by Mike Jay
Her Sweet Murmur by Greg Taylor
Hungry Ghosts by Michael Prescott
The Fear of Psi by Professor Stephen Braude
The Fog by The Emperor

You can download the Darklore sampler from the Miscellaneous section.

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Sub Rosa Magazine

November 30th, 2008 by Sirius Lee

Sub Rosa Magazine

Sub Rosa is a full magazine, in PDF form, which is available online for free from the folks behind the Daily Grail. This new concept in alternative media, where science and magic, myth and history meet, also includes video and audio content, as well as live linking to topical websites. Six issues have been produced so far, which are available for download in both single-page or two-page spread versions. Grab your copies of this new paradigm magazine from the Sub Rosa Magazine download page.

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An Unholy Alliance

November 20th, 2008 by Sirius Lee

The following videos reveal the hidden Masonic influence on the U.S. space program, NASA and the Apollo lunar missions.

Clips courtesy of mintwithahole.

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Jordan Maxwell – Hidden Symbols

November 20th, 2008 by Sirius Lee

In this Google Video clip, Jordan Maxwell reveals the wealth of information all around us hidden in plain sight, as well as glimpses into the occult aspects of Freemasonry.

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