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Challenging the Consensus

BY J. DOUGLAS KENYON

In 2005 Inner Traditions/Bear published Forbidden History, a collection of Atlantis Rising articles dealing with pre­historic technologies, extraterrestrial intervention and the suppressed origins of civilization. The book did so well— becoming one of the publisher’s bestselling titles and already translated into several languages—that in 2006 we all decided to do it again. With the publication of Forbidden Religion that spring, Atlantis Rising offered another collection of penetrating articles by some of the best writers in the business dealing with the suppressed heresies of the west….

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FREE ENERGY BREAKTHROUGH CLAIMED BY IRISH COMPANY Free Energy is in the news again, but this time with a twist. Steorn, a Dublin, Ireland based hi-tech company has run an ad in Britain’s Economist magazine challenging the world’s top scientists to come and disprove its new free-energy technology. The ad seeks 12 top physicists to serve as a kind of jury to investigate their claim, which essential­ly disputes one of the stated basic laws of physics—that you can’t get more energy out of a system…

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Lost Ark of the Covenant Said Found in Zimbabwe Museum Could the lost Ark of the Covenant, or what’s left of it, be sitting on a dusty museum shelf in Harare Zimbabwe? That is the claim of University of London professor and Indiana Jones wannabe Tudor Parfitt. But unlike the cavernous warehouse scene at the end of the Steven Spielberg epic where the Ark is seemingly lost once again, the professor says he knows precisely where the real thing is located. It’s called the ngoma…

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New Study Sets Out to Unearth the Secrets of Stonehenge While the debate over the true age of Stonehenge—that massive circle of stone megaliths in southwest England—has raged for centuries, scientists now say they are determined to settle the argument once and for all. Thus a new effort has been undertaken to find out with certainty just how old the mysterious site truly is. Conventional wisdom cur­rently has it at about 5,000 years. Late in March archaeologists working for the English Heritage Society initiated the…

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U.S. UNVEILS PLAN TO CREATE COLONY NEAR LUNAR POLE NASA says it is planning to build a colony on the moon. The outpost is intended to be up and running by the year 2024 and would be, among other things, a way station for an eventual mission to Mars. The newly developed plan was announced late in 2006. The fledgling colony, it is said, will be established near the Lunar south pole in a region that is exposed to the sun 70% of the time….

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JAPANESE TO BUILD SPACE ELEVATOR In the legendary Indian rope trick, a fakir, would climb a rope seemingly anchored to a point in the sky. Jack in the Beanstalk had a similar idea. Now one spacefaring nation plans to carry out its own version of the mythical trick but on a much bigger scale. The Japanese have announced that they have set aside $10 billion to develop a space elevator. The notion originally conceived by the Russians involves putting a space station in geosynchronous orbit…

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COLD FUSION ENTERS THE MAINSTREAM If the late Dr. Eugene Mallove did not already feel vindicated, he certainly must by now. In whatever world, the for­mer cold fusion crusader and Atlantis Rising columnist now resides, he has doubtless gotten the word that his once reviled Cold Fusion—now called LENR (for Low Energy Nuclear Reactions)—about which he wrote a Pulitzer-nominated book, Fire from Ice, has now gone mainstream. No less an edifice of orthodox science than the American Chemical Society, meeting in San Francisco in March,…

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Extraordinary Technology at TeslaTech

By Steve Kaplan

I am honored to be asked to serve as the new energy columnist for Atlantis Rising. I am filling big shoes. Dr. Gene Mallove, the first to write this column, was, and continues to be, one of my heroes. His scientific and moral leadership and fearless advocacy of new energy R&D set the standard for all of us. Jeane Manning is a beloved colleague and an unmatched journalist for her comprehensive and clear coverage of the discoveries of new energy scientists and inventors. One of…

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Is the Energy a Cause or an Effect?

When this column appears it’ll be time to complete planning for the summer’s travels. How about taking in a couple of new-science meetings? If you want an excuse to fly to Munich, Germany, on July 7 the Perendev company is launching Mike Brady’s elec­tromagnetic motor. Check the web site www.perendev. com to see if it’s still happening. Closer to home, July 14 – 17 is the U.S. Psychotronics Association (USPA) meeting, in Laughlin, Nevada. About 15 years ago while reporting for Explore New Dimensions magazine,…

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Could the Wave of the Future Be in Water?

BY JEANE MANNING

In the 1967 film The Graduate, at a party an industrialist takes the college-grad character aside and indicates he has a secret to impart as his graduation gift. The audience knows the young man has not yet settled on a career direction. The middle-aged man whispers one word of advice. “Plastics.” That scene was enjoyed as a classic comic moment, heightened by the rebellious anti-establishment mood of many in the 1960s audiences. The youthful character played by Dustin Hoffman was confused, but not about to…

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