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Echoes of the 9th Century in Our Time

Posted by on Oct 24, 2016 in east west issues, miscellaneous, most recent, nwo | 0 comments

Echoes of the 9th Century in Our Time

This article was first published in New View magazine Issue 81 Autumn 2016 “Matthew was an angel as a young child – sensitive, well-behaved, affectionate, often joyful, and often dreaming away on another plane. After turning nine, however, he soon changed into quite a different person.  He was sometimes rude and critical, and often moody if not downright wretched…. Prior to age seven or eight, most children are sunny, smiling, exuberant, joyful beings – little angels, for the most part. Around the ninth birthday, however, a tinge of...

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2016: Britain’s Year of Decision

Posted by on Mar 28, 2016 in miscellaneous, most recent | 0 comments

2016: Britain’s Year of Decision

This article was first published in New View magazine ‘No. 79 Apr – June 2016 2016 looks to be a momentous year in British history, when the nation makes its choice in the referendum on 23rd June on whether to remain in the European Union  or leave it. This could affect Britain’s direction for decades, if not centuries. In the world of science Professor Stephen Hawking (74), who seems to be regarded by the media as something of a British scientific ‘cardinal’ in the contemporary western world’s modern ‘religion’ of...

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Historical Conscience – From Uriel to Michael

Posted by on Dec 14, 2015 in miscellaneous, most recent | 0 comments

Historical Conscience  – From Uriel  to Michael

This article was first published in New View Magazine Issue 77 Autumn 2015 The light from the widths of the world Lives on within me powerfully, Becoming light of soul And shining into spirit depths, To bring forth all the fruits Which in course of time shall ripen The Self of Man from the Self of the World                             - Rudolf Steiner, The Calendar of the Soul  (Week 22)                                            translated by Terry Boardman In October...

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The best book yet on the causes of the First World War

Posted by on Aug 25, 2014 in First World War, most recent | 0 comments

The best book yet on the causes of the First World War

As the anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War approached,  a number of new books appeared to explain what happened in 1914. I have read most of the new books published in English, including those by historians Christopher Clark, Margaret Macmillan, Max Hastings, and Sean McMeekin, but in my opinion, the best book on the subject appeared in April this year. It was the product of 14 years’ work  and was written by the German historian Dr.  Markus Osterrieder PhD of Munich. It presents a  more comprehensive and far-reaching...

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Kaspar Hauser; Erste Weltkrieg; Beziehung England und Deutschland

Posted by on Aug 21, 2014 in auf deutsch, First World War, most recent | 0 comments

Kaspar Hauser; Erste Weltkrieg; Beziehung England und Deutschland

Terry Boardman, Vortrag: Kaspar Hauser, der Erste Weltkrieg und die Beziehung zwischen England und Deutschland Kaspar-Hauser-Festspiele 2014,   Ansbach, Deutschland  2. August 2014 Guten morgen.  Ich möchte Eckart Böhmer danken, mir die Gelegenheit zu geben nochmal hier bei den Kaspar Hauser Festspielen zu sprechen, zu diesem Thema das nicht nur für unser Verständnis der Vergangenheit so wichtig ist sondern auch für die Zukunft Europas. Ich muß aber mit zwei Bitten um Ihre Entschuldigung beginnen. Erstens, daß ich mein Vortag im...

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The First World War & the Ukraine Crisis: 1914 – 2014

Posted by on May 10, 2014 in First World War, most recent | 0 comments

The First World War & the Ukraine Crisis: 1914 – 2014

This article was first published in New View magazine Issue 71  April-June 2014 What is the connection between the world catastrophe that broke out in 1914  and the current crisis in Ukraine, a hundred years later? To attempt to answer this question we can start by considering the relationship between three large cultural groups of people, those in southern, northern and eastern Europe: the Latins or Romance peoples, the Germanic peoples and the Slavic peoples. In the 8th cent. BC the Germanic peoples of northern Europe were what the already...

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“37 Days” BBC World War 1 drama – A Critique

Posted by on Mar 10, 2014 in First World War, most recent | 0 comments

“37 Days” BBC World War 1 drama – A Critique

It’s as General Helmuth von Moltke once wote to his wife, nearly 10 years before 1914, that (non verbatim) a whole stream of lies is being put out from England about Germany and its aims. Yesterday I watched the last of the 3 episodes of the BBC drama “37 Days”. It’s essentially set in the Foreign Offices of Britain and Germany between the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie in Sarajevo on 28 June 1914 and Britain’s declaration of war on Germany 4 August 1914. For those who haven’t...

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Syriana? Part 2

Posted by on Jan 2, 2014 in east west issues, most recent | 0 comments

Syriana? Part 2

This article was first published in New View magazine #70 Jan. – Mar. 2014 The first part of this article (in New View #69 Oct-Dec2013) outlined some of the economic and geopolitical aspects to the current war in Syria. Since it was written and published, there have been major developments in the region. Following a vote rejecting military action against Syria by the UK Parliament on 29 August, US President Barack Obama  called off what had seemed in late August to be an imminent western attack on Syria after unproven Anglo-American...

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Syriana? Part 1

Posted by on Oct 10, 2013 in east west issues, most recent | 0 comments

Syriana?    Part 1

                                                                         This article was first published in New View magazine No.69 Oct – Dec 2013 The movie “Syriana” (director Stephen Gaghan; producer and lead actor George Clooney) came out in Dec. 2005. The complex, realistic, tense and dramatic multi-layered account of oil politics, terrorism and the CIA in the Middle East made for a fascinating story which also had at its heart personal...

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MAPPING THE MILLENNIUM Reissue May 2013

Posted by on May 8, 2013 in events, most recent, Uncategorized | 0 comments

MAPPING THE MILLENNIUM Reissue May 2013

My first book Mapping the Millennium – Behind the Plans of the New World Order (original cover shown on this page) , first published in 1998 by Temple Lodge Publishing of London, out of print for the last few years and hard to come by, has been re-issued by the same publishers since May 2013. It is available via the usual outlets price £13.99. See http://www.templelodge.com/pages/viewbook.php?isbn_in=9781906999483  or click on the link to a .pdf below to see the new cover: Mapping the Millennium – Behind the Plans of the New...

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