Celebrating the women of ufology


(The Magazine Plus Editorial): – London, UK, December 17, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – CELEBRATING THE PIONEERS OF FEMALE UFO RESEARCH

As the subject of UFOs (or UAPs) seeps into public consciousness with the announcement of the creation of an official department within the Pentagon to investigate the enigmatic phenomena following the presidential approval of the NDAA 2022, the online magazine, Shadows of your mind, has taken unprecedented step by dedicating an in-depth article dedicated to some of the incredible women who pioneered some of the best UFO research in modern history. The article can be found in the last issue of the alternative magazine published on Tuesday, December 14, 2021.

A popular publication within the ufology community, Shadows of your mind was launched online from the UK in 2017 and is dedicated to bringing the best articles and interviews with some of the biggest names in UFO research and investigation.

Creator and publisher dave partridge, a graphic designer with over 20 years of experience in the magazine publishing industry, commented, “The UFO research community has long been viewed as an ‘old boys club’. We wanted to demonstrate that the estate would be a much poorer place if it hadn’t been for some of these great pioneers. People like Coral Lorenzen, who formed the largest civilian UFO research group, APRO, in the 1950s. “

The issue is “Guest Edited” by the former MUFON Star Team Leader Chase kloetzke, herself a published author and field researcher. Dave explained the decision to involve him.

“When I prepared the article earlier this year, I knew Chase would be the perfect person to help. With the exception of legendary UFO researcher Linda Moulton Howe, Chase is arguably one of the strongest and most stubborn women in the UFO community. His knowledge, guidance and encouragement have been invaluable throughout the production of this issue.

In addition to some of the top researchers of the past, the report includes interviews with many names currently active in UFO research, from writers and podcasters to documentary makers.

“I don’t know of any other magazine, podcast, or radio show that tried something like this to promote these pioneers, so I think that’s important, especially today. There are some fantastic researchers and commentators out there and hopefully this will show up in the article and encourage people who are not necessarily interested in the topic as a whole to seek them out. Dave said.

The exceptional Christmas and New Year issue is 120 pages long and contains many other interesting articles relating not only to ufology but also to the paranormal and cryptozoology.

The publication can be viewed free of charge at Issuu platform or downloaded in full PDF format from the magazine’s website, shadowsmagazine.co.uk, where all back issues are also available for free download.

You can keep up to date with other issues and news by following @shadowsmagazine on Twitter.

If you would like further information or comments, please email the editor at [email protected]



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