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Saturday, February 12, 2011
The illustration is of issue 3, but I presume the review concerns issue 1. I did see UFO MATRIX in one newsagent in the UK, but cannot now recall which issue it was. Perhaps you can tell us whether it is monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly, etc. My own cursory glance did not convince me it was superior in content to all other UFO publications of the past, although its production certainly was impressive.However, let us wish it well. In these days of electronic communication, it takes courage to launch a new paper based magazine on an unconventional topic. The big question is: Is there sufficient interest for it to survive?
By cda, at Saturday, February 12, 2011
I'm still waiting for a really good UFO magazine. Maybe I was merely more tolerant back then, but it seems the one's floating about in the 90's were better. Then some of them started to get too New Age for my tastes with reports on psychics who uses crystals in Sedona or the morphology and color theories surrounding "orbs" and even outright ghost stories. All would be fine in a magazine devoted to the paranormal as a whole, but when it says UFO on the cover, I expect more. Smart, scientific, cutting edge at times--not crazy, just pushing the envelope, making us think.
By Cullan Hudson, at Saturday, February 12, 2011
UFO MATRIX magazine is bi-monthly. You can subscribe online at: www.healingsofatlantis.com, or it can be purchased in the UK high street via WH Smith and in the USA via Barnes & Noble and Borders.Regards,Philip Mantle.Editor.UFO MATRIX.
By Philip, at Saturday, February 12, 2011
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