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Fortean Times #218 (January 2007)

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  • Release date: 14 Dec 2006
  • US Edition is dated February 2007 with a cover price of $10.50 USA (CAN $12.25)
  • Cover Image: Alex Tomlinson

Contents

  • 32 How the Nazis Stole Christmas - Traditional Christian celebrations turned into ultra nationalist rites in the Third Reich
  • 42 Seeing the Light - From Foo Fighters and flying saucers to unexplained atmospheric phenomena
  • 51 Moving Stories - Psychokinetic powers
  • 56 Art of the Occult - Mummies and mysteries
  • 58 Perpetual Motion - Bessler and his wheel

Features

32 How the Nazis Stole Christmas (Cover Story)
If the Nazis were sworn enemies of Christianity, why were they so obsessed with Christmas? And how did they square celebrating the season of goodwill with their racialist policies? In a seasonal story of politics, propaganda and paganism, David Sutton finds that the truth about the struggle for Christmas in the Third Reich is both complex and disturbing.

42 Seeing the Light
Following the recently revealed Condign Report - with its talk of unidentified atmospheric phenomena - Paul Devereux celebrates the 'Cinderella' of UFO research, and traces the evolution in our understanding of 'earth lights' and other luminous mysteries.

Forum

55 Was it Spring-heeled Jill? by Alan Murdie

56 The Society of Eight by Claudia Andrei

58 Weighting for perpetuity by Jerry Glover

Reports

40 Fortean Bureau of Investigation - No 84. New Frontiers Symposium by Nick Redfern

51 Dictionary of the Damned - No 15. Psychokinesis, part 1

Strange Days

The spy who came into the heat in the poisons ward; startling simulacra; California crazies; suicidal dogs; Christmas monsters; out-of-place artists; lightning visions; eating dirt; Stonehenge seen as an ancient spa; aromatic oddities; exuding glass; school ghost panic; ghost-hunting squaddie - and much more.

  • 13 Medical Bag
  • 15 Mythconceptions
  • 16 Konspiracy Korner
  • 18 The Heirophant
  • 20 Archaeology
  • 21 Classical Corner
  • 26 Ghostwatch
  • 28 Necrolog
  • 29 Strange Deaths
  • 30 The UFO Files

Regulars

Editorial

  • 02

Back Issues CD-Rom

  • 50

Subscriptions

  • 54

Reviews

  • 61

Letters

  • 73

It Happened to Me

  • 77

Comix

Tales from the Vault

  • 80

Reader Info

  • 78

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