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Hello, and welcome to Sub Rosa magazine, a new concept in alternative media. Sub Rosa is a full magazine, in PDF form, which is available online for free. This 'new paradigm' magazine also includes video and audio content, as well as live linking to topical websites. Anywhere in the magazine that you see a clapperboard icon, you can click and access related video content. Likewise, if you see a headphone icon, you can click to hear the audio. URL buttons indicate live links.
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Issue 6 is the latest release of Sub Rosa, and it's once again packed full of fascinating content. We have an exclusive interview with 'alternative Egyptologist' Robert Bauval on his new book The Egypt Code and related topics. We also have a fascinating article from Blair Blake on his addiction to collecting rare books by Aleister Crowley - a vice which he passed on to his good friend Danny Carey, the drummer for TOOL. Mitch Horowitz profiles the mysterious Manly P. Hall for us, and don't miss the article on how psychics seem to have predicted the 'Miracle of Fatima' of 1917. We review Bauval's The Egypt Code, a new book on Timothy Leary titled I Have America Surrounded, the Fatima trilogy of books related to the article in this issue, and Gary A. David's The Orion Zone.Lastly, we're privileged to publish a special news report on Robert Schoch and Colette Dowell's investigation of the alleged Bosnian Pyramid. As usual, we also have columns from Ian Lawton, Michael Grosso and Greg Taylor, the latest news in the alternative scene, and a look ahead in our 'Crystal Ball' section.
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