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Recognised as the leading online magazine of its kind, now distributed worldwide, 'Phenomena Magazine' is a FREE monthly publication produced by MAPIT (Manchester's Association of Paranormal Investigation & Training). Phenomena Magazine looks into the whole realm of the Strange, Profound, Unknown and Unexplained, delving into subjects of the Paranormal, Ufological, Cryptozoological, Parapsychological and Fortean Events. Guest writers along with reviews of books, movies and documentaries add to the content as does recent news from around the world. Phenomena Magazine can be downloaded every month for FREE in PDF Format. Phenomena Magazine does not receive any monies from production and distribution, therefore all authors are asked to submit their work for free, although full credit is given. Interested in writing an article for Phenomena Magazine? MAPIT encourage new writers and gives everybody chance to have their article appear in our magazine and distributed internationally. We are constantly looking for future material and welcome (Subject Related) articles. Please forward any illustrations or photographs you would like to see appear with your article. We accept the following: Text, Microsoft Word Doc or Docx, Microsoft Publisher Files, Adobe PDF Text and RTF Files. Photographs must be Jpeg, PDF or Bitmap Images. Advertising: Phenomena Magazine have advertised many Lectures, Conferences, DVDs, Equipment and Magazines and are the leading sponsors of UK Events. We offer severval services nationally and internationally. Disclaimer: Due to MAPIT protocols, personal or group promotion will not be accepted unless part of an advertising exchange. All submitted articles to Phenomena Magazine must be 'Original Work'. Phenomena Magazine are not responsible for articles that appear in the magazine which do not belong to the individuals submitting them. Phenomena Magazine do everything in their power to credit individuals work and images. If you are aware of any material featured in Phenomena Magazine that is not credited correctly, then please inform us as soon as possible. The MAPIT Copyright covers only articles wrote by MAPIT investigators / members and group logos found throughout the magazine. The views and opinions expressed in any of the articles are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of MAPIT or Phenomena Magazine. The new Phenomena Magazine was first constructed in May 2009. All issues of our magazine are available to download as a PDF file. Simply click on the issue to download from our 'Back Issues' page. Please note: You will require Adobe Acrobat / Reader or PDF viewer to view our PDF versions of Phenomena Magazine'. If you do not have this, please click on the Adobe link below and download the reader for free. Each month our team attempt to bring you the latest paranormal news from around the world, interesting articles by numerous investigators and researchers in the field as well as book and DVD reviews, astronomical data, details on events and conferences and much more. If you would like to join our team of dedicated individuals, please drop us a line...

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SEPTEMBER 2017 - ISSUE 101

Who’s Following Me Now? This incisive and slightly worrying piece from Dan Green should serve as a stark warning to anyone interested in the interconnected fields the paranormal and mysticism. Dan tells how his interest in the obscure mysteries of Rennes le Chateau led to inadvertent links with the Basque separatist movement and him being watched by the security services.

An interview with the daughter of Kenneth Arnold. Well known UFO investigator Paola Harris interviews the daughter of the man who probably, albeit inadvertently, started modern the UFO revolution and there are some fascinating insights into how it all began.

Visiting the Dark Side of The Moon –UFOs, Mediumship and The Paranormal: Magazine regular Sean Casteel takes a look at the background of modern spiritualism by considering the influence of such pioneers as the Davenport brothers and the Fox sisters. He also gives tribute to the efforts of Mr UFO, Timothy Green Beckley, and his ongoing quest to keep this frequently contentious subject in the pubic eye. Is there really a possible UFO connection? Find out here.

Aliens are Here to Save the World Another magazine regular, Mark Bennett of the Aetherius Society, presents his take on the presence of ET amongst us. Are they here, if so why and do they wish us any harm? This is the place to find out

Origins of the UFO Phenomenon. MUFON state director John Ventre looks at alternative reasons for the presence of ET’s here on the Earth and casts an experienced eye over various schools of thought. These include everything from the extraterrestrial hypothesis (ETH) and Ancient Astronauts (AA) to demons and the Hollow Earth. It’s all here and what’s more it’s worryingly plausible too.

The Serpent and the Savior: How the darkest man on Earth fell before Jesus Christ (part 2) Bret Leuder returns with part two of his terrifying expose of ritual satanic abuse and how it might threaten the very core of our existence. Find out about the practices of Anton leVey and his notorious Church of Satan, it’s all here…be afraid, be very afraid.

I Know What I’m Not. As trailed in poetic form in last weeks edition, Richard Ritchie presents some worrying and compelling evidence that reality is absolutely not what we think it is. Once natural hallucinogens start to open the inner eye, the truth comes tumbling out…and we may not like what we see.

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