Magonia (Journal)
Quarterly journal concerned with anomalies, such as visions,
portents, prodigies, and UFOs. The name ‘‘Magonia’’
was given in medieval France to a mysterious land beyond the
sky, the origin of all kinds of signs and wonders but inextricably
bound up with the destinies of human beings. Inhabitants of
Magonia traveled in aerial ships and were believed to destroy
crops and kidnap human beings. The emperor Charlemagne
issued edicts to prohibit the Magonians from troubling the air
and provoking storms.
Issues of Magonia have covered such subjects as glossolalia,
ouija boards, pagan occultism, coincidences, Spiricom, earth
lights, psychic research, Bigfoot, and other Fortean topics.
Address John Rimmer, John Dee Cottage, 5 James Terrace,
Mortlake Churchyard, London, SW14 8HB England. Website
httpwww.magonia.demon.co.uk.
Sources
Magonia. httpwww.magonia.demon.co.uk. March
8,2000.