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Summer is here and, just like the Heretic Magazine Issue 10, it is hot, steamy and something you have no doubt eagerly awaited for weeks. As you delve into our latest assortment of heretical holiday companions, remember that we call our magazine the Heretic because heresy is how we keep our sanity in a world where media and puppet masters create the agenda and manipulate the masses. Heresy is how we fight back. Heresy is good.

Our latest issue contains nine sensational new articles and, in keeping with our commitment to bring you new voices from a variety of disciplines, four of these are by first-time contributors to the magazine, 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 specialised content of this sort than the Heretic.

CONTENTS:

Editorial

Katrina Sisowath – The Tale of Medusa

Jeanne D’Août – The Sacred Stones of the Sabarthès

Andrew Gough – Mesopotamia to Mesoamerica; Hunting for History in the Book of Mormon

Scarlett Amaris – On the Trail of the Tetramorph, Heretic Magazine regular

Jeff Nisbet – The Mystery of Calcot Park

Robin Melrose – The Prehistoric Druids Never Went Away – They Just Built Churches

Matthew Petti – The Significance of Atlantis

John Phillpott – The Land of Wycliffe

Madlen Namro – Top-Secret Alien Bases
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The Heretic Magazine

Issue 10 Summer is here and, just like the Heretic Magazine Issue 10, it is hot, steamy and something you have no doubt eagerly awaited for weeks. As you delve into our latest assortment of heretical holiday companions, remember that we call our magazine the Heretic because heresy is how we keep our sanity in a world where media and puppet masters create the agenda and manipulate the masses. Heresy is how we fight back. Heresy is good. Our latest issue contains nine sensational new articles and, in keeping with our commitment to bring you new voices from a variety of disciplines, four of these are by first-time contributors to the magazine, 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 specialised content of this sort than the Heretic. CONTENTS: Editorial Katrina Sisowath – The Tale of Medusa Jeanne D’Août – The Sacred Stones of the Sabarthès Andrew Gough – Mesopotamia to Mesoamerica; Hunting for History in the Book of Mormon Scarlett Amaris – On the Trail of the Tetramorph, Heretic Magazine regular Jeff Nisbet – The Mystery of Calcot Park Robin Melrose – The Prehistoric Druids Never Went Away – They Just Built Churches Matthew Petti – The Significance of Atlantis John Phillpott – The Land of Wycliffe Madlen Namro – Top-Secret Alien Bases


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Summer is here and, just like the Heretic Magazine Issue 10, it is hot, steamy and something you have no doubt eagerly awaited for weeks. As you delve into our latest assortment of heretical holiday companions, remember that we call our magazine the Heretic because heresy is how we keep our sanity in a world where media and puppet masters create the agenda and manipulate the masses. Heresy is how we fight back. Heresy is good.

Our latest issue contains nine sensational new articles and, in keeping with our commitment to bring you new voices from a variety of disciplines, four of these are by first-time contributors to the magazine, 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 specialised content of this sort than the Heretic.

CONTENTS:

Editorial

Katrina Sisowath – The Tale of Medusa

Jeanne D’Août – The Sacred Stones of the Sabarthès

Andrew Gough – Mesopotamia to Mesoamerica; Hunting for History in the Book of Mormon

Scarlett Amaris – On the Trail of the Tetramorph, Heretic Magazine regular

Jeff Nisbet – The Mystery of Calcot Park

Robin Melrose – The Prehistoric Druids Never Went Away – They Just Built Churches

Matthew Petti – The Significance of Atlantis

John Phillpott – The Land of Wycliffe

Madlen Namro – Top-Secret Alien Bases
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