The New Age Movement, Volume 4
Reincarnation, auras, and energizing crystals -- surely these are the stuff of fairy tales, nothing more. People don't really speak to ancient Egyptian holy men, or listen seriously to Shirley MacLaine, for that matter -- do they? Drawing from a range of occult, pagan, and pseudo-scientific traditions, the New Age Movement is broad, diffuse, hard to nail down -- and insidiously dangerous. Its belief in the 'divinity of humanity, ' its emphasis on 'self-actualization, ' and its looking forward to a coming utopian 'new world' have tremendous appeal. But does it have the truth?
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