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Darklore Volume 7: Order from Amazon


Writers and topics in Volume 7 of Darklore:

Ian 'Cat' Vincent concludes his two-part series on the modern-day monster mythos of 'The Slenderman; Blair MacKenzie Blake recounts stories of what he's seen (and how he and Tool drummer Danny Carery have been arrested, and possibly drugged) at Area 51; Mark Pesce explores language as magic, and magicians as the programmers of reality; Robert Schoch examines the history of the famous Elizabethan mage, Doctor John Dee; Mike Jay goes in search of psychedelic mushrooms in Alice in Wonderland; Richard Andrews examines the the ancient mythic theme of the hunting of the White Hart; J.M.R. Higgs tells of the influence of Discordianism on the British band The KLF; Jason Colavito throws a skeptical eye over the origin of the 'space gods'/'ancient aliens' mythology; Theo Paijmans offers a little esoteric Nazi history for your enjoyment; Paolo Sammut reviews the lifelong work of the noted occultist, Kenneth Grant; Ray Grasse reveals the significance of the interplay between science and the imagination; Greg Taylor tells the strange (and somewhat chilling) tale of the great Icelandic medium Indridi Indridason.



Darklore Volume 6: Order from Amazon


Writers and topics in Volume 6 of Darklore:

Ian 'Cat' Vincent explores the modern-day monster mythos of 'The Slenderman; Mark Foster puts forward his hypothesis explaining the mystery of the 'Trial Passages' beside the Great Pyramid of Giza; Robert Schoch evaluates the chances of our Sun wiping out civilisation as we know it; Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince lift the veil on the esoteric foundations of The Royal Society; Neil Arnold goes in search of sewer monsters; Mitch Horowitz uncovers the true mystical history of the United States of America; Nigel Watson investigates an alleged case of alien contact; John Reppion sheds some light on Liverpool's forgotten megalithic history; Martin Shough looks into strange cases of 'double suns'; Blair MacKenzie Blake discusses the mystery man of 20th century alchemy, Fulcanelli; Greg Taylor points out the astronomical archetype behind depictions of gods and kings in ancient cultures; Jack Hunter heads to the dark side of anthropology and finds the weirdness that doesn't often get talked about in academic circles.



Darklore Volume 5: Order from Amazon


Writers and topics in Volume 5 of Darklore:

Dr David Luke explores the strange territory of the DMT trip and the beings that one encounters there; Mike Jay looks back at the forward thinking of science fiction giant H.G. Wells; Richard J. Andrews decodes a crop circle and ponders what it all means; Philip Coppens attempts to unearth the secrets of the Angelic Society; Martin Shough reclaims 'flying saucers' from the debunkers in his investigation into the true history behind Kenneth Arnold's famous 'UFO case that started it all; Nick Redfern goes in search of mammoths in the modern world; Blair MacKenzie Blake digs into the occult influences of The Sirius Mystery; Sphinx researcher Robert Schoch wonders whether the moai of Easter Island were moved with the mind; Neil Arnold uncovers the lost history of the 'Mill Race Monster'; Erik Davis investigates the magickal realism of H.P. Lovecraft and the Cthulhu mythos; Greg Taylor tells how Martin Gardner bamboozled the skeptics in the case of history's greatest spirit medium; Theo Paijmans takes you through the fairies' portal; Nigel Watson brings the cloudships of Magonia back to earth.



Darklore Volume 4: Order from Amazon


Writers and topics in Volume 4 of Darklore:

Filip Coppens takes us on a tour of the jaw-dropping Gobekli Tepe, a megalithic site in Turkey which is more than 10,000 years old; Robert Bauval puts forward a ground-breaking theory about the sacred landscape upon which the monuments of Ancient Egypt were constructed; Nigel Watson compares the 'scareship' sightings of World War I with the modern UFO and Men in Black phenomena; Robert Schoch and Oana Ghiocel ponder whether psychic warfare was used to spark an East European revolution; Theo Paijmans looks back on the first instances of the legendary 'Spring-Heeled Jack' in America and investigates the 'Newhallville Terror'; Greg Taylor surveys the myths and legends which may have inspired the construction of the 'American Stonehenge', the enigmatic Georgia Guidestones; The Emperor looks at the confluence of occultists and sci-fi writers which may have given birth to the modern UFO phenomenon; Greg McQueen brushes the hype away from the 'Abydos Glyphs' which allegedly show helicopters and jets in Ancient Egypt; John Higgs offers a new, speculative theory on the rock art found at megalithic sites; Richard Freeman goes in search of Japanese monsters, the Yokai; Blair MacKenzie Blake puts forward a new, dark interpretation of the Rennes-le-Chateau mystery; Michael Tymn tells the strange afterlife tale of the 'Watseka Wonder' ; Neil Arnold traces the lineage of the blood-sucking monsters from around the world; Nick Redfern uncovers some formerly classifed documents which show the U.S. government's interest in the psi abilities of animals; John Reppion tells the strange underground tale of the 'Mole of Edge Hill'.



Darklore Volume 3: Order from Amazon


Writers and topics in Volume 3 of Darklore:

Nick Redfern has some groundbreaking revelations about the Roswell mystery, which suggest that what happened in New Mexico was completely human, and rather nasty to boot; Robert Bauval investigates the missing sarcophagus of the Egyptian pharaoh Menkaure; Mike Jay takes a look at how the world's most famous fictional detective, Sherlock Holmes, had quite a raging cocaine habit; Robert Schoch finds a sacred Egyptian locale which may have provided the setting for the Biblical tale of Moses upon the mountain; Theo Paijmans examines the occult roots of Nazi technology; Greg Taylor goes in search of near-death experiences, before they were known to the general public; The Emperor looks at what may be the greatest sci-fi tale ever told: The Philadelphia Experiment; Adam Gorightly digs deep into sordid tales of sex, drugs and UFOs; Greg Bishop profiles the 'Magus of Delaware', Mario Pazzaglini; Geoff Falla finds interesting connections between earthquakes and meteor reports; Blair MacKenzie Blake opens his rare-book collection to give us all a glimpse into the strange circumstances surrounding the legendary 'Varo Edition' of UFO investigator M.K. Jessup's book The Case for the UFO; Philip Coppens traces the forgotten (or is that hidden?!) traditions surrounding the star Canopus; Michael Tymn tells a tale of archaeology from beyond the grave; Neil Arnold goes in search of Dutch monsters in his article "Neverland in the Netherlands".



Darklore Volume 2: Order from Amazon


Writers and topics in Volume 2 of Darklore:

Professor Stephen Braude on the fear of psi; Nick Redfern writes about the 'other' mysteries of Loch Ness; Greg Taylor looks at the influence of the occult on modern rock music; Mac Tonnies asks whether UFOs are vanguards of a post-biological intelligence; Blair Blake considers how DMT may play an intrinsic role in magick; Michael Prescott discusses the mysterious afterlife case of the R-101 airship crash; Mike Jay looks into the origins of the Illuminati lore; Jon Downes recounts the strange history of Japanese soldiers who fought on for decades after World War II ended; Paul Devereux explains how psychedelics played an important role in European witchcraft; Regan Lee writes about Mothman and other sychronicities; Filip Coppens tells the true story of the discovery of the Mitchell-Hedges crystal skull; Michael Tymn presents a doctor's near-death experience from more than a century ago; Emperor reports on the strange fogs and mists which are commonly found in reports of paranormal experiences; Neil Arnold surveys the chilling case of the Bennington Triangle; Theo Paijmans hunts down UFO reports in newspapers of the 19th century.



Darklore Volume 1: Order from Amazon


Writers and topics in Volume 1 of Darklore:

Robert Schoch on his Sphinx research; Nick Redfern writes about the Flying Triangle phenomenon; Greg Taylor presents some original research on the 'sounds of altered states of consciousness'; Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince with some new Templar revelations; Daniel Pinchbeck writes about the McKenna brothers and the 'psychedelic apocalypse'; Blair Blake reports on Roswell and its links with an obscure fiction title, The Flying Saucer; Michael Prescott discusses the dangers of the paranormal; Mike Jay looks into the link between ancient Peruvian culture and the use of psychedelics; Loren Coleman dispels one of the major Bigfoot myths; Michael Grosso investigates strange things happening at the time of death; Adam Gorightly asks if the UFO contactees were ritual magicians; Paul Devereux explains 'eye spirits'; Mitch Horowitz writes about Ouija; Filip Coppens on the occult aspects of the Hellfire Society; Michael Tymn presents the case of the multilingual medium; Emperor reports on the unbelievable strangeness of Bigfoot; John Higgs surveys the parallel lives of Timothy Leary and Aleister Crowley; Susan Martinez asks if great authors were inspired from beyond.

 
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DARKLORE VOLUME 7 NOW AVAILABLE

Darklore Volume 7 is now on sale, and once again a limited edition of 333 hardcover copies are available for collectors. Grab your copy from Amazon US or UK. For those looking for a cheaper option, the paperback is available for just $US13.95 from Amazon US and UK. Check this website for free sample content from Volume 7.

DARKLORE VOLUME 6 NOW AVAILABLE

Darklore Volume 6 is now on sale, with once again a limited edition of 333 hardcover copies being made available for the collectors out there. Copies are available from Amazon US or UK. For those looking for a cheaper option, the paperback is available for just $US13.95 from Amazon US and UK. Check this website for free sample content from Volume 6.

DARKLORE VOLUME 5 NOW AVAILABLE

Darklore Volume 5 is now on sale, with once again a limited edition of 333 hardcover copies being made available for the collectors out there. Copies are available from Amazon US or UK. For those looking for a cheaper option, the paperback is available for just $US13.99 from Amazon US and UK. Check this website for free sample content from Volume 5.

DARKLORE VOLUME 4 NOW AVAILABLE

Darklore Volume 4 is now on sale, with once again a limited edition of 333 hardcover copies being made available for the collectors out there. Copies are available from Amazon US or UK. For those looking for a cheaper option, the paperback is available for just $US13.99 from Amazon US and UK. Check this website for free sample content from Volume 4.

DARKLORE VOLUME 3 NOW AVAILABLE

Darklore Volume 3 has gone on sale - the paperback is available for just $US13.95 from Amazon US and UK. Check this website for free sample content from Volume 3.

DARKLORE VOLUME 2 NOW AVAILABLE

Darklore Volume 2 has gone on sale, with once again a limited edition of 333 hardcover copies being made available for the collectors out there. Be quick to snap up your copy from Amazon US or UK - they won't last long. Remember also that Darklore Volume 2 is available in paperback format at a retail price of $US13.95 from Amazon US and UK.

The Darklore website has also been updated with sample articles from the latest issue.

DARKLORE WEBSITE LIVE

The Darklore website has gone live, offering free sample articles from the anthology in their original PDF layouts. The site will keep readers up to date with the latest Darklore happenings, as well as providing contact details for both readers and possible future contributors.

COLLECTOR'S EDITION SNAPPED UP

The Collector's Edition of the new Daily Grail anthology, Darklore Volume 1, was a huge success - hope you got your copy. If not, there's always the paperback, which is now available for purchasing from Amazon US and Amazon UK.

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