Magazines and Periodicals
Alphabetical Listing of Serials
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Ancient American
A magazine dedicated to proving that the Americas were once a part of a global, highly-advanced civilization during ancient times.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Write to:
Ancient American
Post Office Box 370
Colfax, WI 54730
ancientamerican.com

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Ariadne’s Web
An occult magazine focusing largely on Freemasonry and Templarism. Stephen Dafoe of Templar Books is a contributor. Named after the magic yarn that allowed Theseus to escape from the Labyrinth.

Visit: www.ariadnes-web.com

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Atlantis Rising
The occult, secret societies, ancient civilizations, and the New Age. I think the name of this magazine says it all.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Write to:
Atlantis Rising
PO Box 441
Livingston, MT 59047

Atlantis Rising


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Bananafish
Named after the famous J.D. Salinger short story, this is absolutely the best magazine about experimental art and music ever published. Articles have headlines like: "The Cat-Flap is Broken, But My Heart is in Good Shape", "Chief Products and Authenticating Signs of Civilization", and "I Can Hear Your Teeth Grinding on My Skull." There are sub-headlines like "Easy-to-Understand Schematics for a Helmet of Filth", and "Our Crack Team of Window Cleaners and Professional Divorcees Crawl Up Your Asshole and Spit Nickels." There are interviews with "Polar Goldie Cats", "The Vacuum Cleaners", and an artist who drowns mice in a solution of resin and pleximent. You’ll find pictures of Gumby with lettuce wings, pigs urinating, and a kid in a hot dog costume. Their latest promotional compilation CD featured a song called "The Hiramic Artificers."
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Write to:
Tedium House Publications
P.O. Box 424762
San Francisco, CA 94142-4762
or www.midheaven.com

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The Black Flame
The "International Forum of the Church of Satan." Past issues have included a piece on the Knights Templar, articles by Boyd Rice and a review of Dagobert’s Revenge.

Write to:
The Black Flame
P.O. Box 499
Radio City Station
New York, NY 10101-0499
The Black Flame

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Chick Tracts and Comic Books
The innumerable $.13 tracts and $1.00 full-color comic books, with vivid, captivating stories and illustrations published by the late Jack Chick throughout the past few decades have covered just about every conceivable topic of importance to a freaky fundamentalist Christian: the dangers of the occult, Catholicism, Mormonism, Freemasonry, Islam, Nazism, New Age, homosexuality, murder, sex, drugs, theft, and rock n’ roll, the Satanic conspiracy, and the joy and peace that could be yours if you would only accept Jesus Christ into your heart as your personal savior. Some of my favorites include The Curse of Baphomet (about Freemasonry), The Visitors (what to say to humiliate the next group of Mormons who come to your door to convert you) and Spellbound, about how the Illuminati puts subliminal messages into rock music to make children worship the Devil. There are so many great comic books and tracts to choose from, visiting their website, www.chick.com is like getting lost in a labyrinth.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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click to read the entire tract, "The Curse Of Baphomet" on-line


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Compulsion
A British-based serial published in book form with the subtitle "Surveying the Heretical", the issue I have (#3) features interview with David Tibet (who talks about Tiny Tim), Jim Thirwell, R.N. Taylor, Blood Axis, and Timothy Patrick Butler, along with articles on James Mason’s Universal Order, Jim Rose’s Circus Sideshow, and the band Somewhere in Europe. Lots of great ‘zine and record reviews as well. They promise to review Dagobert’s Revenge some time in the future.

Write to:
Compulsion
P.O. Box 36
Enfield, EN34ZX
UK
www.compulsiononline.com

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Judas Kiss
Yet another half-sized English periodical dedicated to bands that are on World Serpent, or were once, or have a member in their band that was once in a band that was on World Serpent. The issue that I’ve got (#7) features a cover photo of the entrance to a college-like building with a wolf-s angle over the doorway - Boyd Rice University? - and the words on the front cover are printed on a separate, clear plastic covering. The bands interviewed inside include, predictably, Der Blutharsch, von Thronstahl, Remanence, Midnight Syndicate, B’nia Brith, Happiness in Slavery, and the Days of the Trumpet Call, as well as a special review section of the new Death in June and Boyd Rice albums, along with an "interview and label overview of Middle Pillar." So dedicated are they to their favorite record companies that they have an index of their advertisements right below the Table of Contents, for easy reference. Oh yeah, and they’ve also got a report on the Thailand Vegetarian festival, for those of you who think good tofu is worth traveling to some Third-World AIDS-ridden wasteland. I wonder if they’re serving any "Garden Dog" patties for locals trying to wean themselves off of tasty canine flesh.

Write to:
Judas Kiss
P.O. Box 44
Gloucester, GL4 4YB
England, UK

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The Kealey Paper
Published by "The Canadian Institute for Political Integrity", The Kealey Paper is written by high-strung freaks obsessed with the New World Order and Masonic conspiracy theory. Their motto being "There always are two sides to both sides of every issue", a political goal of the editors of this paper seems to be to confuse, with headlines and articles that are partially non-sensical due to their near-random insertion of words pertaining to Masonic mysteries into otherwise intelligible words and sentences - for instance, calling Al Capone "Al Capstone", or saying "To bee or no to bee", in reference to the Masonic symbol of the beehive. They say that the word "Fylfot", another term for the swastika means that "you will have a tough life" - get it, "tof lyf?" The word Jesuit can be broken down into the French words "Je Suis" for "I am." "Understand", they think, would be better expressed as "overstand." The word "spelling" contains the veiled meaning of "to cast a spell", and the "characters" in a word are like actors in a play, they say. The main purpose of this paper, which comes out sporadically, seems to be to reveal their own interpretations of the real meaning of Masonic symbolism (for instance the "Big Four G-Spots of Freemasonry" are "Geometry, God, Gold, Graft); to expose Masonic symbolism in popular culture and government (for instance, the "Y" symbol used on the shield of the Ottawa police, which is the Masonic symbol of the Hermaphrodite); and to campaign for public investigations into the "cancer" of Masonic influence on government. Occasional references to shape-shifting make it appear that these people believe in the David Icke Reptilian theory, and certain articles suggest that the Freemasons are planning to colonize other planets before life on this one ends by sending out a "Noah’s Ark" spaceship that will be manned by ... cloned Hermaphrodites. Part of the plan includes "the use of yeast in beer, which helps enlarge the stomach cavity in preparation for the day when space pioneering ‘pregnant’ male ‘Hermaphrodites’ will be implanted with human seed." A photograph of the publishers on a company camping trip reveals them to be somewhat normal-looking middle-aged, middles-class folk. The true motivation and intent of these people, however, remains a mystery deeper than any Masonic riddle ever brought to my attention. A subscription for 12 issues costs $90, and they also have a series of instructional videotapes available.

Write to:
CIPI Eastern Ontario Field Office
P.O. Box 774
Kempville, Ontario K0G 1JO
Canada

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The Long Island Mason
A newsprint publication covering issues important to any member of the Masonic fraternity residing in the New York area. Articles in my sample issue from April/May 1999 include: a short piece on the fact that in the US Presidential elections of 1940 and 1944, the candidates from both major parties, Roosevelt, Wallace, Truman and Dewey, were all Freemasons; an article about the Freemasons who assisted Paul Revere on his famous "ride"; George Washington trivia; how the word "Jug Mason" originated; the meaning of the terms "cable tow", and "Sons of Light"; a report on a Masonic summer camp for children called "Camp Turk"; a new holiday called "Flag and Freemasonry Day"; and the new recruits for Old Town Lodge #908; as well as a piece on the "Surface and Buried Stories of Freemasonry" that explains why it has sometimes been necessary to distort the public image of Freemasonry in order to make it socially acceptable, which is no longer necessary in the "New Age."

Write to:
Long Island Mason
P.O. Box 645
Sag Harbor, NY 11963
The Long Island Mason

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Morbid Curiosity
A semi-annual book-like publication that features people’s true-life stories about weird and scary things, including participation in occult, vampiric and cannibalistic ceremonies.

Write to:
Automatism Press
P.O. Box 12308
San Francisco, CA 94112-0308

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New Dawn
Although subtitled with the vague words "Alternative News and Information", New Dawn seems to focus mainly on the influence of the occult on modern politics and current events, as well as events in the past, and exploring the secret destinies that have been unfolding for millennia, the secret plans for world conquest harbored by occultists for thousands of years - the plan to bring about a Renaissance of the Golden Age - the New Dawn. The editors seem to have a strange obsession with Asia, believing it to be the home of the Secret Chiefs of Shamballa, the Great White Brotherhood of "Hidden Masters" that work to control the destiny of the world for the forces of Good, and Light. They see the Western world, in contrast, as a representation of Darkness, headed by the "Black Brothers’, occultists who attempt to control the world for the forces of evil. President Bush, and America in general are, to them, the primary representatives of this evil, out for profit, greed, power, and all of those other selfish motives, desiring to dominate the globe with their "New World Order of the Ages." They therefore look forward to a showdown between the West (specifically the European Union and the United States) against the East (specifically Russia and China.) Articles on the Knights Templar, Rennes-le-Chateau, and the pagan roots of Judeo-Christianity, Bible prophesy, magic, extraterrestrials, and government conspiracies of all kinds are what make this magazine so great. They’ve even had articles on Julius Evola!

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Write to:
New Dawn Magazine
GPO Box 3126FF
Melbourne, VIC 3001
Australia
www.newdawnmagazine.com

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Paranoia
Probably the world’s premiere "Conspiracy Reader", Paranoia often features articles on secret societies, occult politics, the Nephilim, the 12th Planet, mysticism, and the New World Order. They have even re-published a number of articles from Dagobert’s Revenge. It’s also recently acquired a nice glossy paper and a full-color cover.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

Write to:
Paranoia
P.O. Box 1041
Providence, RI 02901-1041
www.paranoiamagazine.com

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The Philadelphia Trumpet
Published by the Worldwide Church of God, heirs to the "British Israelite" theories of Herbert W. Armstrong. This absolutely free full-color glossy publication features regular updates on current events and how they relate to the unfolding of Biblical prophecy, especially the "Great Beast" known as the European Union, a reincarnation of the Holy Roman Empire. Anti-Catholic, Anti-German, Pro-American, Pro-God. The latest issue contains the cover headline, "September 11: Where Was God?", articles predicting the defeat of the U.S. in the War on Terror as a result of divine punishment for sin, and a report on the newly-forming blocks of the United Europe, Islamic Crescent, and East Asian Bloc. Absolutely great stuff.HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Write to:
The Philadelphia Trumpet
P.O. Box 3700
Edmond, OK 73093
www.thetrumpet.com

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Propaganda
From the sick, pederastic mind of Fred Berger comes this lush, colorful catalogue of whips, chains, chokers, leather pants, and studded belts, modeled by anorexic club urchins of questionable gender. While it started out as a cut & paste punk ’zine Xeroxed and folded in half during the late ‘70s, and then went on to become the world’s most defining periodical of Goth culture, replete with Fred Berger’s mysterious and prize-winning photography, it has become more commercial as it has become more successful, until the brilliantly composed fashion adverts disguised as "photo essays" all but overshadowed the coverage of music, arts and culture. Amazingly, though, Propaganda has managed not only to stay in business, but to stay great throughout the last 21+ years, and still maintains interviews with both Siouxsie and the Banshees and Bauhaus, or some manifestation thereof, in almost every issue. A review by Dagobert’s Revenge Editor, Tracy Twyman, of Loretta’s Doll, and coverage of DR staff writer Boyd Rice’s music, as well as extensive coverage of our favorite band, Death in June have been featured in past issues. There has also been coverage of subjects like the Salem Witch Trials, and Nazi occultism, illustrated with Fred’s famous "photo essays."
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

www.propagandamagazine.net

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Scottish Rite Journal
Probably the most popular Masonic magazine in existence, this one featured in a recent issue a piece on the Masonic career of Seinfeld’s Michael Richards, a.k.a. "Kramer." Pick up a subscription. It’s definitely worth it!

Write to:
The Supreme Council, 33°
1733 16th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20009-3103
Scottish Rite Journal

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Spectrum
A ‘zine out of Australia that covers "Ambient Industrial/Experimental Music & Culture", like Der Blutharsch, Death in June, Boyd Rice and Cold Spring. Often features some cool, fascist-looking covers. Good stuff.

Write to:
Spectrum Magazine
P.O. Box 86
Elsternwick 3185
Victoria
Australia

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World Explorer
The official publication of the "World Explorer Society", published by David Hatcher Childress and Adventures Unlimited Press. It covers all sorts of mysteries involving ancient civilizations, UFOs, sea monsters, Chupacabras, and other occult topics. Recent issues have delved into the lost continent of Atlantis, the Hollow Earth and the Kingdom of Agartha, the possibility of Nazi bases in Antarctica, the massive tunnels underneath the megalithic ancient cities of the Incas, the American mound builders, eight-foot red-haired giants, and much, much more. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Write to:
Adventures Unlimited Press
One Adventure Place
Kempton, Illinois 60946
Adventures Unlimited Press

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