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VOLUME 4 OUT NOW
19th August 2013

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

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Our current edition contains over 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. See a full list of the content inside Volume 4.

Our latest edition is available NOW in two digital formats: firstly as a multi-touch iBook for iPad and secondly as a Kindle edition. The two versions are very different and the richest experience will be gained from the iPad version. We have designed the magazine primarily for the iPad, but are also offering the Kindle edition for those readers who are interested in our content, yet do not own an iPad.

What do you believe?

Watch Andrew Gough's introduction to Volume 4...

 

Volume 4 Buy It Now

 

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RUSSIAN MYSTICISM AND THE SECRET OF STALIN'S SKYSCRAPERS
11th June 2013

In Volume 3 of The Heretic Magazine our editor, Andrew Gough, explored the fascinating subject of Stalin and his mysterious building programmes. We publish the full article here for your enjoyment.

Kings, Queens, rulers and mystics have long sought the secret of immortality. So did Joseph Stalin, according to new research by Andrew Gough, who explores the secret of Stalin’s skyscrapers and reveals how the curious buildings may be linked to Stalin’s esoteric master plan.

 

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Russian Mysticism and the Secret of Stalin’s Skyscrapers

 

By Andrew Gough

Joseph Stalin’s legacy is one of a dictator, not an initiate with a deep understanding of Russian mysticism. Closer inspection reveals that the self-proclaimed ‘Premier of the Soviet Union’ was familiar with esoteric principles and maintained an occult-based master plan for his rule and afterlife.

On 12 September 1947, at 1pm, Stalin presided over the laying of the corner stones for eight of the most austere skyscrapers the world has ever known. It is believed that the buildings were planned to commemorate the 800th anniversary of Moscow, yet their location appeared haphazard. However, Stalin took drastic measures to ensure that they were anything but arbitrarily positioned. In one instance Stalin diverted the flow of the Moscow River to create a marginally different vantage point for the skyscraper. In another, he razed a cherished heritage district to the ground. In still another, he even demolished the most sacred cathedral in Moscow, in order to build the skyscraper he intended to be buried in. His behaviour was peculiar, especially given that there were many vacant building plots in the vicinity of the sites he had chosen. Those who questioned him would have been subjected to surveillance, purged of their position, or even sentenced to death. The message was clear: Stalin’s positioning of the Moscow skyscrapers was top secret. Read more...

 

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SECRETS OF DAN BROWN'S INFERNO
5th June 2013

The Heretic's own Mark Foster (Creative Director and co-owner) has released a side project, a book he has co-authored with Heretic regular Mark Oxbrow.

Inferno

Murder, secret societies, the real Gates of Hell, Vatican intrigue, a notorious billionaire and a shocking sex scandal.

It sounds like the plot of a Robert Langdon thriller but it's the incredible secret story of Dan Brown's Inferno...

The authors reveal all the hidden mysteries concealed within the pages of Dan Brown’s book, as well as detailing the many characters, locations and artworks featured in the best-selling thriller.

Mark Foster and E. Varelli are seasoned writers, having previously unravelled many of the mysteries encoded in Dan Brown’s books - both in their own right and as ghostwriters. Now they turn their attention to Dan Brown’s latest blockbuster, Inferno.

More information at: infernosecrets.com

 

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VOLUME 1 PROMOTION
18th April 2013

Now that we have Volume 3 out, we have decided to go back and run a promotion on Volume 1. We are offering the iPad version FREE and at the present time Amazon have matched that offer on the Kindle edition in most territories.

So, if you haven't had a chance to check out The Heretic Magazine yet, now is the time to go and grab it. There is now nothing stopping you enjoying Volume 1 absolutely free of charge.

We will be running this promotion for the foreseeable future, in order to allow everyone to see what amazing content we have to offer. However, we will not be extending this deal to any further issues, it will only apply to Volume 1. Essentially, we just want as many people as possible to see Volume 1 as we think we're doing something rather special here at The Heretic.

So, spread the word to anyone that you think might enjoy the content of Volume 1.

The links to grab the issue are here.

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VOLUME 3 OUT NOW
2nd April 2013

The Heretic Magazine is pleased to present Volume 3 of its popular alternative history and ancient mystery themed magazine.

 

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Our current edition contains 16 lushly designed 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 3 features (alphabetically) Sol Aris, Dawn Bramadat, Miguel Conner, Peter Cresswell, Robert Eisenman, Ralph Ellis, Robert Feather, Brien Foerster, Mark Foster, Andrew Gough, Mark Oxbrow, Jack Minier, Tim Wallace-Murphy, Madlen Namro, Margaret Robertson, Robert Schoch and Richard Webster. Once again we have compiled a bumper crop of thought-provoking articles and features.

Our latest edition is available NOW in two digital formats: firstly as a multi-touch iBook for iPad and secondly as a Kindle edition. The two versions are very different and the richest experience will be gained from the iPad version. We have designed the magazine primarily for the iPad, but are also offering the Kindle edition for those readers who are interested in our content, yet do not own an iPad.

Watch Andrew Gough's introduction to Volume 3...

 

 

Volume 3 Buy It Now

 

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MARS MYSTERY
8th February 2013

Our good friends at The Daily Grail posted a very fascinating image a couple of days ago taken on the surface of Mars, that seems to reveal a metallic-like object or material protruding from the Martian surface.

 

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Having studied it for a few minutes we were instantly reminded of something...

 

 

Uncanny isn't it?

 

Mars Wall-e

 

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HISTORY OF A HOAX
4th December 2012

In Volume 1 of The Heretic Magazine, Editor Andrew Gough exposed the biggest fraud to rock the world of Rennes-le-Château in recent years. It involved the tomb and mummified body of Mary Magdalene, the Ark of the Covenant and even the Loch Ness monster. All feature in this wanton tale of treasure, lies and misdirection that, one way or another, has managed to tick off everyone in the genre. Andrew Gough has been closely connected to the story for many years and he was instrumental in finally unveiling the fraud. Here is Andrew's article printed in full:

 

History Of A Hoax

 

History of a Hoax

The Mole, The Hole And The Man With No Soul

 

By Andrew Gough

There have been many archaeological hoaxes over the years and most academic disciplines have endured their share. This shameful list includes the likes of the Book of Mormon (1830), the Feejee Mermaid (1842), The Cardiff Giant (1869), Piltdown Man (1912), The Cottingley Fairies (1917), The Loch Ness Monster (1934), Alien Autopsy (1995) and the James Ossuary (2002), amongst others. However, few, if any, genres have experienced the onslaught of fraud and deceit as the mystery of Rennes-le-Château. Not surprisingly, the latest Rennes-le-Château hoax is arguably the most ridiculous of them all. Bizarrely, it includes the Loch Ness Monster, the tomb and mummified body of Mary Magdalene, the artefacts from her wedding to Jesus Christ, and, as if that were not enough, the Ark of the Covenant. Somehow, I found myself embroiled in the decade-long controversy over the alleged discoveries and, ultimately, I became the catalyst that led to the perpetrator’s full confession. Read the full story...

 

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VOLUME 2 OUT NOW
26th November 2012

The Heretic Magazine is proud to present Volume 2 of its provocative and lushly designed ‘Histories and Mysteries’-themed magazine.

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Volume 2 is a collection of essays written by world-famous experts in their field, as well as contributions from fresh, new voices, from the worlds of Alternative History, Lost Civilisations and Technologies, Mysteries and Conundrums, Rennes-le-Château, the Occult, Politics, Science and much more.

Edited and collated by Andrew Gough, Volume 2 features Graham Hancock, Robert Bauval, Robert Eisenman, Robert Feather, Tim Wallace-Murphy, Ralph Ellis, Dawn Bramadat, Madlen Namro, Lucy Wyatt, Hugh Newman, David Ritchie, Miguel Conner and many more. In all we have crammed 22 compelling and thought-provoking articles and features into our latest edition.

And don’t forget that Volume 1 remains available for purchase and provides the perfect accompaniment to our new edition.

Our latest edition is available NOW in two digital formats: firstly as a multi-touch iBook for iPad and secondly as a Kindle edition. The two versions are very different and the richest experience will be gained from the iPad version. We have designed the magazine primarily for the iPad, but are also offering the Kindle edition for those readers who are interested in our content, yet do not own an iPad.

We feel it only fair to inform you that some of the content in the Heretic magazine may be deemed controversial. Others may find it too brazen. That’s because we believe that information + confrontation = illumination, and illumination is the goal of all heretics. Is it yours? Are you a heretic? What do you believe?

Watch Andrew Gough's introduction to Volume 2...

 

 

Volume 2 Buy It Now

 

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GRAHAM HANCOCK INTERVIEW
1st October 2012

As the Mayan Calendar comes to an end (most interpretations of the Mayan Long Count place this epic event on or near 21 December 2012), and over 17 years after he first published his seminal book on the subject, Fingerprints of the Gods: The Evidence of Earth's Lost Civilization, The Heretic Magazine Editor Andrew Gough sits down with the amazing Graham Hancock, who speaks about the state of our planet, consciousness, time travel, and what he has learned on his remarkable journey through life.

In this provocative and often poignant interview, Graham speaks passionately and at length on these, and many other emotionally charged subjects, such as Atlantis, the significance of Göbekli Tepe, and his own experience with marijuana, ayahuasca, and DMT.

(Please note that the interview was originally recorded for purposes of converting Graham's audio commentary into text. We apologise any loss of sound quality and hope that you nevertheless enjoy the interview.)

 

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VOLUME 1 INTRODUCTION
5th August 2012

 

 

 

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VOLUME 1 NOW AVAILABLE
3rd August 2012

Volume 1

Our first Volume is available NOW in two formats; firstly as a multi-touch iBook for iPad, and secondly as a Kindle edition. The two versions are very different, and the richest experience will be gained from the iPad version. We have designed the magazine primarily for the iPad, but are also offering the Kindle edition for those readers who are interested in our content, yet don't own an iPad.

Volume 1 is a collection of essays written by world-famous experts in their field - as well as contributions from fresh, new voices - from the worlds of Alternative History, Lost Civilisations and Technologies, Mysteries and Conundrums, Rennes-le-Château, the Occult, Politics, Science and much more.

Edited and collated by Andrew Gough, Volume 1 features Robert Bauval, Robert Eisenman, Daniel Pinchbeck, John Major Jenkins, Tim Wallace-Murphy and many more. We have crammed 24 compelling and thought-provoking articles and features into our first edition.

We feel it only fair to inform you that some of the content in The Heretic Magazine may be deemed controversial. Others may find it too brazen. That’s because we believe that information + confrontation = illumination, and illumination is the goal of all heretics. Is it yours? Are you a heretic?

 

Volume 1 Buy It Now

 

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