New Dawn
The first issue of New Dawn magazine appeared in May 1991 in Melbourne, Australia. From humble beginnings New Dawn has expanded into a unique bi-monthly publication distributed nationally throughout Australia and New Zealand, with a growing international readership. From lost civilisations and ancient wisdom, to secret societies and higher states of consciousness, New Dawn is a fascinating blend of mysteries, esotericism, spirituality and healing. Each thought-provoking issue examines the hidden dimensions of politics, history and religion in a non-dogmatic manner. New Dawn also offers cutting edge perspectives on world affairs and global trends, tackling issues and subjects the corporate controlled press often refuses to touch.
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