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BRITISH UFO RESEARCH ASSOCIATION

REVIEW OF UFO MATRIX MAGAZINE

During 2010 two independent subscription magazines were closed down and
this left a huge gap in the market for a magazine, which was dedicated
to the UFO phenomenon.

There are other magazines out there in the U.K. which cover the UFO
enigma but as part of a wider paranormal spectrum of subjects, whether
it may be cryptozoology, ghosts or spirituality and many other subjects
with unexplained elements to their study.

What is different about the launch of UFO Matrix is evident in the high
street. This is the first magazine for a long time which can be
purchased from the news stand and having done this myself, it has been a
refreshing experience to be able to see a (specific) UFO dedicated
magazine sitting proudly amongst established titles such Nexus and
Fortean Times. There is now a paranormal cousin in the same publishing
group in the form of ‘Paranormal magazine: journey into the unknown’.

In many respects, UFO Matrix has continued to produce an abundance of
articles similar to its closest predecessor in the UFO Data magazine.
Many of the contributors to this magazine have carried the torch forward
into this new publication, with Philip Mantle and Malcolm Robinson at
the fore of the new team, joined by Steve Johnson (Mercury Rapids author
and forum management).

Many of the contributors have their own websites or have books published
on the subject and this magazine also features many publications on
offer from the Healings of Atlantis publishing group.

What do you get for your money? The editorial team have ensured that the
views of all are represented by inviting articles from writers who can
be both sceptic or highly supportive of the Extra Terrestrial Hypothesis
theory. Whatever their own beliefs may be, UFO Matrix has ensured that
the magazine can have two vastly differing opinions in articles about
UFO philosophy. Sceptical opinions are as welcome as those who support
the existence of an alien presence visiting this planet.

At the time of writing, UFO Matrix has published their fifth bi-monthly
magazine and editions have special running themes, profiling some
prominent cases from the around the world. Readers are also informed of
various forthcoming events, documentaries and cases due for release.
For example, Issue 4 has a running feature and this month has an
interesting interview on the recent History channels ‘Ancient Aliens’
series, in addition to a conference review and two diverse and differing
opinions on the Berwyn Mountain case. There are incidents and reports
cases that have not been heard outside of their own countries appearing
for the first time for readers in the U.K. and further afield.

Past issues have already taken a ‘cold case’ review at some of the
classic UFO encounters. Taking a second look is important in this
subject, as there are a new generation of readers who may never have
heard of the Rendlesham case or other famous incidents and for many
people, this will be their first information on these incidents. This
becomes more important as many of the earlier books on cases such as the
‘Welsh Triangle’ or Warminster Thing’ can be out of print, with no
chance of a new run on some very popular titles. Too often publishers do
not reissue some of the most classic UFO literature and many of the
earlier case studies are becoming increasingly difficult to find for the
new enthusiast or researchers. Revisiting some of these classic UFO
cases by UFO Matrix is most welcome, whether in case review or summary.

Articles in some issues addressing the use of hypnosis and witness
support groups are in great conflict with BUFORA’s moratorium on the use
of hypnosis to elicit the truth of a high strangeness event due to the
many problems involved with this method of investigation. In addition to
this BUFORA’s Code of Practice hold witness confidentiality in the
highest priority. However, we certainly would not want to see any
magazine that took the UFO enigma from one viewpoint and UFO Matrix
produces articles where readers may disagree or wholly support the
writer’s specific hypothesis, views or theories. This approach is vital
to this subject, as it creates an important balance of views and ensures
that no one theory or opinion is allowed to take precedence over all the
articles. The editorial team ensure there is something for everyone’s
view on the subject.

Offering well-balanced debate and differing viewpoints are crucial, to
achieve balanced viewpoints within a magazine, by allowing writers to
submit articles with the most diverse ranging theories and opinions
within this subject. In my opinion, it is vital that a magazine offers a
broad spectrum of cases from many perspectives, philosophical,
scientific and with differing ideas and thoughts on the subject rather
than using a narrow set of hypotheses within its articles.

UFO Matrix ticks all the right boxes and the contributors and editors
are highly experienced in their fields and specialisms. The magazine
also promotes and profiles activity in the conference and courses in the
U.K. and further afield, promoting conferences and event listings, so
readers can get out there to meet the speakers and authors at various
venues around the regions. There are links to books, radio shows and all
manner of UFO related items.
The production quality of the magazine is extremely high and for £5.99,
this magazine is worth every penny. It’s run by a group of researchers
and investigators who have already achieved a long and experienced track
record in books, special case studies, lectures and past magazine
production.
The British UFO Research Association recommends you purchase the
magazine at your local newsagent or buy on line. If you are interested
in the subject, no matter what your views or perceptions of the UFO
phenomenon, this magazine is the one for you.

Matt Lyons
Chairman
BUFORA
April 2011


 
 
UFO Matrix Magazine, 11th Dimension Publishing, U.K.

Editor: Philip Mantle

Assistant Editor: Malcolm Robinson

Publishing Director: Amanda Owen

http://www.healingsofatlantis.com/

Magazine Review By: David P Kuhlman, FFSc

uforna.net

There are simply a very small number of UFO related publications out there to the general public, sadly most of which are riddled from cover to cover with misinformation, new age ads and utter trash talk, leaving the subject at hand, the UFO, something to be looked on as a subject only for an ignorant laugh. They make light the seriousness and importance, which the UFO phenomenon holds to many believers and researchers all over the world. I want to be one of the ones to tell you, times have changed! Enter,"UFO Matrix" Magazinec.

Now, I am really not sure how long "Matrix" was an unexpressed idea, or am I aware of the trial and error periods after the idea went to ink and paper, but no matter what obstacles faced its pioneers during its infancy, it all was obviously well and meticulously planned, rehearsed, thought-out, corrected, and sent into motion. The proof of such hard and intellectual work can be seen for yourself in each and every copy of "Matrix" that hits the newsstand. You see, not only does a publication of such a caliber have to have the right people in place, with each of them experts in their individual fields to relay this knowledge into printed form, but the document as a whole must play a vital part as well. It must eflowf with information, legit information so that it becomes a respected tool for all who choose to thumb its pages. The completed work is far from done even after all the field work has been gathered, it has to be read, edited, and structured in the order it will fit to each topic covered. Having spent ten years in the commercial printing business in the past, I am well aware of the huge tasks that are involved in a superior publication such as we have with "UFO Matrix" Magazine. The organization of each and every part of this undertaking is of the highest standard and it shows.

The magazine itself is a site to behold. Colorful and eye catching art with well-margined and bold text on a heavy matte stock paper cover accompany each issue. The magazine is trimmed out in a very readable and large format, making it a pleasure to explore. Not a flimsy or dainty piece, I assure you. It is evident that the magazines appearance itself was crafted with much thought and quality as the information within its pages, a prelude to the reader without a single doubt.

The organization of such a quality and informative publication regarding the UFO phenomenon has been long overdue. The team behind "UFO Matrix" simply couldnft be improved upon. A strong foundation with years of fieldwork has been constructed, the kind of foundation that is not simply chosen by drawing random straws. It has been meticulously built from the ground up, with no stone unturned. Why? To securely keep this publication strong and trusted in content through the years to come. Yes, "UFO Matrix" Magazine will stand the test of time and will also gain a reputation of something other publications have a hard time in providing, unbiased research and news regarding the UFO.

I commend the work done by 11th Dimension Publishing from the United Kingdom. You have brought together not one of, but the best printed publications available regarding a phenomenon that has dumbfounded humans for centuries. We the people needed this for years. Leaving out all the trash that continues to liter other publications is a breath of fresh air in itself. I canft imagine anyone trusting any other publication regarding informative and up to date information on the UFO genre except "UFO Matrix" Magazine. This is surely a monumental advancement in itself, where precise and informative journalism is concerned. I look forward to future research accompanied by this superior publication. No other can hold a candle to its creation. A job well done!

UFO MATRIX is also available on the newsstand in the UK via WH Smith and the USA via Barnes & Noble and Borders.


 

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