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Golden Age is one of several prominent periodicals serving the metaphysical and post-New Age spiritual community in Australia. A full-color periodical that covers a wide range of current topics across the spectrum of personal psychic and spiritual development and holistic health, it has begun to find an international audience. Though retaining an Australian focus, it is distributed in North America.

Each issue of the Golden Age is built around a set of feature articles of interest to the post-New Age spiritual community. Regular topics include astrology, psychic and spiritual realities, the wisdom of ancient cultures, UFOs, and various health alternatives. Descriptions of various development centers inform readers of the range of options in the world of alternative spiritualities in Australia. The Golden Age views itself as providing a full range of perspectives on Truth. It sees its readership as those who have chosen to take responsibility for their own spirituality and progress. To those it attempts to offer inspiration and upliftment.

While not designed as a networking magazine, the Golden Age carries a wide range of advertisements from different organizations and movements, from Spiritualist and theosophical centers to the headquarters of various Eastern teachers. Numerous psychic counselors, spiritual healers, and divinatory readers offer their services through the magazine.

Golden Age is published by Merlin Publications, P.O. Box 146, Highbury, South Australia 5089.

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gold·en age • n. an idyllic, often imaginary past time of peace, prosperity, and happiness. ∎  the period when a specified art, skill, or activity is at its peak: the golden age of cinema.

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Golden Age, in classical mythology: see mythology.

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