Paranoia Magazine Issue 59 - Fall 2014

Paranoia Magazine Issue 59 - Fall 2014

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In this AMAZING ISSUE: Slenderman Becomes Too Real Sometimes chaos is faceless. Sometimes it has a face. By Loren & Jenny Coleman The Men in Black-UFOlogy's Bogeymen Nothing had inspired the paranoia wrought by those mysterious figures... By Brad & Sjerry Steiger The Tendrils of the Slenderman Imagine a tall figure in a black suit. His face, if there is one, hidden in the shadows, a glimpse of pale, unnatural skin... By David Weatherly The Secrets of Bitfrost All an interesting and fanciful tale, some might say. How charming, how droll... Those primitive viking barbarians...What could they really know, after all? By Wm. Michael Mott Slenderman: Proof of a Modern Tulpa Slenderman is a legend that is only five years old, but his image has been buried deep within us and the manifestation seems to be in our world of the real. By Clyde Lewis Mysteries of the Left Handed Path and the Symbolic Domination of Government It is a little odd that five of the last six presidents were left handed, and in most cases seen as populists as well as fair successful in there presidencies. But why does that matter? By Olav Phillips Reality Is An Inside Job: Physiology, Perception and The Grid How much of our reality is based upon the brain's neurochemical activity and how much is based upon perception of external events? How much of our reality is really real at all? By Marie D. Jones & Larry Flexman Paranoia, Conspiracy and the Lone Nut At dusk on October 4, 1960, a Lockheed Electra aircraft flew into a flock of starlings on take off and crashed into Boston Harbor. Of the seventy-two passengers onboard, sixty-two were killed. By Robert Preston Is the Weather Being Used as the Ultimate Weapon In 1957, President Dwight D. Eisenhower's advisory committee on weather control explicitly recognized the military potential of weather-modification, warning in a report titled: "Socio-economic Implications of Weather Modification" that weather could become a more important weapon than the atom bomb. By Tim Swartz
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  • Paperback | 66 pages
  • 216 x 279 x 4mm | 236g
  • English
  • Illustrations, color
  • 1502474158
  • 9781502474155