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Fortean Times #212 (July 2006)

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  • US Edition is dated August 2006 with a cover price of $10.50 USA (CAN $12.25)
  • Cover: Alex Tomlinson


  • 32 Beyond the Da Vinci Code - An alternative history of the notorious Priory of Sion and a Turin Shroud revelation
  • 18-19 Ghostwatch - Beckham haunting, toilet ghosts and more
  • 57 Rudolf's Rosslyn Run - Was Hitler's henchman on a Grail quest?
  • 40 Cracking the Chapel Code - A musical mystery uncovered in Rosslyn
  • 53 A Curse Upon Both Your Houses - Unlucky for some - jinxes and hexes


32 The Real Priory of Sion (Cover Story)
For many "da Vinci" decoders, this shadowy group is the key to the mystery, while others dismiss it as a hoax by a right-wing fantasist. Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince argue that the truth is far more surprising than anything in Dan Brown's novel.

40 The Rosslyn Cipher
Theories abound concerning hidden treasure in Rosslyn Chapel, particularly since the appearance of The Da Vinci Code. Forget the Holy Grail, says Brian Allan - Rosslyn's real secret could be a musical one.

44 The Mask of Harlequin
Could some of the greatest artistic revolutionaries of 20th-century Europe have formed an occult group with the intention of transforming Western society? Steve Ash strays from conventional paths of art history in search of modernism's magical agenda.


57 Raider of the lost grail by Kevin McClure

58 Beware the Sqrat! by Joe Nolan

59 The curse of The Muppet Show by Matthew Roberts


46 Dictionary of the Damned - No 13. Jinxes and curses

Strange Days

Sex-slaves of Gor in Darlington; sleepwalking cookery, snoozing divorce and somnambulant crime; the healing touch of a terrapin; worshipping Olympian gods; prayer-power problems; giant waves; newly discovered pyramids in China and Mexico plus Europe's first pyramid; fake memorials planted - and much more.

  • 14 Science
  • 17 Mythconceptions
  • 18 Ghostwatch
  • 20 Archaeology
  • 21 Classical Corner
  • 23 The Heirophant
  • 24 Konspiracy Korner
  • 27 Strange Deaths
  • 28 The UFO Files



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Back Issues

  • 56

Back Issues CD-Rom

  • 60


  • 61


  • 69


  • 73

It Happened to Me

  • 77


Tales from the Vault

  • 80

Reader Info

  • 78


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