The Beacon Light
The Beacon Light: A Magazine Devoted to the Problems of Humanity was a magazine covering diverse topics such as health, spirituality, prophecy, and patriotic nationalism. The Beacon Light was published in Atascadero, California from January 1933 to 1942 by William Kullgren. The publication actually had its beginning as an opinion column in the Atascadero News in 1927 lasting to July 1932. For six months it was issued as a weekly bulletin before it became a magazine.
At one point in time, the publication was considered seditious by the government. In 1942 the monthly magazine was suspended from the US mail.
In 1943 Kullgren continued in the tradition of The Beacon Light by issuing The Beacon Light Herald as a crude newsletter representing the hard times of that period.
- Major General George Van Horn Moseley, "Statement to House of Representatives Committee on Un-American Activities", June 1, 1939, August 1939, Vol. 7, No. 8
- George E. Deatherage, "Has Martin Dies Sold Out To The Jewish Banker?" August 1939, Vol. 7, No. 8
- Charles W. Phillips, "World Government". June 1942, Vol. 10, No. 6 (originally from The Individualist)
- The Beacon Light. January 1942, page 4
- Antisemitism in America, By Leonard Dinnerstein, page 134