MODERN RELIGIONS: AN EXPERIENTIAL ANALYSIS AND EXPOSÉ
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This book is an experiential analysis of over twenty modern religious/spiritual groups. The book is divided into two generic segments, inclusive of a tri-perspective experiential analysis using a... More > variety of cult danger rating scales, and a more personal experiential description of the author's involvement in these groups, written in stream of consciousness essay form. The groups explored include controversial religious organizations such as Scientology and The Unification Church, as well as lesser known religious groups such as Conversations with God and Avatar, and also new age retreat centers such as Omega Institute for Holistic Studies and Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. The author describes both the dangers and benefits of various groups, and based upon his own experiences is able to rate these groups on a cult danger vs. spiritual benefits scale on a gradient from "high cult danger" to "favorable spiritual group."< Less
Jane Wolfe: The Cefalu Diaries 1920 - 1923
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A fascinating look into the training undertaken by Jane Wolfe, a student of Aleister Crowley, at the Abbey of Thelema in Cefalu, Sicily. This book collects the bulk of Wolfe's surviving diary... More > entries from Cefalu, most of which were typed, complete with handwritten commentary from Crowley on many pages. The diary is presented in grayscale facsimile format. Compiled and Introduced by Dr. David Shoemaker.< Less
The Writings of Maria Russell
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The Writings of Maria Russell e-document contains Mrs. Russell’s last work, a hand-written 600-page unpublished manuscript and hand-drawn end-times chart, meant for a book titled, The Eternal... More > Purpose, which outlines her later theological beliefs. To help understand the development of a schism between Maria and her husband, Pastor Charles Taze Russell, and her separation from the religious organization they founded, an enlightening INTRODUCTION is included as well as a scan of her 1890 ninety-six page poem, The Wonderful Story; two books, This Gospel of the Kingdom and The Twain One, both published in 1906; eleven of her Zion’s Watch Tower articles—all meant for excellent comparative study. This e-document contains nearly 1150 pages for serious C. T. and Maria Russell researchers to review.< Less
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