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  1. New Age Religion and Western Culture: Esotericism in the Mirror of Secular Thought (S U N Y Seris in Western Esoteric Traditions) by Wouter J. Hanegraaff, 1998-02
  2. New Age Cults & Religions by Texe Marrs, 1990-01-01
  3. New Age and Neopagan Religions in America (Columbia Contemporary American Religion Series) by Sarah M. Pike, 2006-09-11
  4. The New Age Movement: Religion, Culture and Society in the Age of Postmodernity by Paul Heelas, 1996-10-28
  5. Understanding Cults and New Age Religions by Irving Hexham, Karla Poewe, 1998-05-01
  6. The Encyclopedic Sourcebook of New Age Religions
  7. Loving God with your mind by E. B. (Ben) Self, 2002
  8. New Age Religion Culture and Society in the Age of Postmodernity by Paul Heelas, 1996-10
  9. Belief Beyond Boundaries: Wicca, Celtic Spirituality and the New Age (Religion Today-Tradition, Modernity & Change) (Religion Today-Tradition, Modernity & Change)
  10. Religion in the New Age: And Other Essays for the Spiritual Seeker by Swami Kriyananda, 2009-01
  11. New Age Religion and Globalization (RENNER Studies on New Religions) by Mikael Rothstein, 2002-01-01
  12. If You Plant Roses, You Don't Get Carnations: An Introduction to Spiritualism by Cynthia A. Christman, 2008-01-21
  13. Christianity and the New Age Religion: A Bridge Toward Mutual Understanding by L. David Moore, 1993-01
  14. Return of the Gods.(dangers of paganism and New Age religions): An article from: First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion and Public Life by Hannes Stein, 1999-11-01

1. Eckankar - New Age Religion
new age religion In 1964, a "new" religion made its appearance Eckankar, The Ancient Science of Soul Travel (Eck). Eck was founded by Paul Twitchell, a journalist, eccentric occult dabbler, and selfproclaimed soldier of fortune.
Eckankar (ECK)
New Age Religion
In 1964, a "new" religion made its appearance Eckankar, The Ancient Science of Soul Travel (Eck). Eck was founded by Paul Twitchell, a journalist, eccentric occult dabbler, and self-proclaimed soldier of fortune. In 1964 and l965, he wrote articles and gave lectures on his peculiar philosophy of "Biolocation," or supposed out-of-body travels. He evolved the philosophy and practice of Eck out of this experience and from studying the teachings of Ruhani Satsung, Scientology , and several other religious and occult groups. Twitchell, who was born in Paducah, Kentucky sometime between 1908 and 1912, and died in 1971, asserted that Eck did not actually begin in 1964, but rather was a timeless and universal Truth which had been "revived" for public dissemination at that time.
Eck's membership is estimated at approximately 50,000, but there are supposedly about 3 million "followers" throughout the world. It was originally centered in Las Vegas, Nevada, but after Twitchell's death and the coming to power of Darwin Gross, the group moved to Menlo Park, California. Its main headquarters are currently in Minneapolis, Minnesota, but Eck also has active works in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, and Africa. Eck's authoritative books are An Introduction to Eckankar and Eckankar: The Key to Secret Worlds , both written by Twitchell. Eck also publishes a monthly publication

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  • 3. New Age And Religion, Vision, Writings
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    The New Age: Change in Focus The "New Age" really began in the "Age of Aquarius" in the mid-1960s. It was a wonderful opening up of America. Worthwhile social movements gained momentum in many areas: seeking peace instead of war; the women's movement for personal freedom; civil rights for minorities; environmental protection; opening up government process to all the people; psychological self-analysis; and spiritual awakening. All of these movements have benefited America and its citizens. And many people have sincerely searched for and found a spiritual awakening. This aspect of true spiritual growth is continuing, and has great potential. However, over the past 30 years in the general culture, there has been a major shift in the focus of the movement, as a new generation has come along. The shift among some is away from the movement's initial fundamental principles founded in moral and spiritual enlightenment , and toward a "drive-through" mentality more interested in self-gratification, also called self-fulfillment. This modern trend has come to be known as the "New Age". We have all seen the statements of people who claim to be seeking spiritual awakening, and who state boldly that they believe God's purpose is for them to prosper and be happy. In other words

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    6. Contemporary And New Age Religion Conference
    Religious Studies @ The Open University. 11th ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON CONTEMPORARYAND new age religion. Alternative Spirituality and New Age Studies.
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    Alternative Spirituality and New Age Studies
    CALL FOR PAPERS A major international conference on Alternative Spirituality and New Age Studies is to take place from Friday May 30 to Sunday 1 June 2003, in association with the 11th Annual Contemporary and New Age Religions conference at the Open University, Milton Keynes, England. The joint conference will review the emergence of New Age Studies as a specialised field, and act as a catalyst for further development as a discipline. Confirmed speakers include: Christoph Bochinger, Wouter Hanegraaff, Paul Heelas and Michael York. It is anticipated that one result of the conference will be the development of an Association for Alternative Spirituality and New Age Studies (ASANAS). Offers of papers, and of co-ordinating multi-paper sessions, for the conference are requested on the following themes:
    • definition, theory and method in New Age studies New Age and mainstream Western culture, globalisation, September 11th

    7. Contemporary And New Age Religion Conference
    Religious Studies @ The Open University. 10th ANNUAL CONFERENCE ONCONTEMPORARY AND new age religion. CONTEMPORARY CIVIL RELIGION.
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    SATURDAY, 25 MAY 2002
    THE OPEN UNIVERSITY MILTON KEYNES Offers of papers and brief 'Research in Progress' reports will be accepted until February 15, 2002. To offer a paper, or to receive finalised programme when available, please contact : Marion Bowman,
    CNAR Conference, Department of Religious Studies,
    The Open University, Walton Hall, Milton Keynes MK7 6AA
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    8. Ascension, Consciousness, Love, Messiah, Spirit, Angels, New Age, Religion, Love
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    9. Passing Thoughts - New Age Religion
    new age religion. Is the New Age a religion? Like the more classicalreligions there would seem to be a number of beliefs associated
    New Age Religion
    Is the New Age a religion? Like the more classical religions there would seem to be a number of beliefs associated with 'new age thinking' reincarnation, homeopathy, astrology, tarot, palmistry, crystals, angelic beings, chakras, dowsing, ley lines, radionics, precognition, channeling, reflexology, spiritual healing, Atlantis, levitation, rebirthing. The list could go on and on. This is the creed of the New Age. You do not have to believe in all of them; but you should, if you are to be an accepted member of this growing band, not profess disbelief in too many of them. Holding on to a belief is, however, the antithesis of spiritual development. Through our beliefs we fix onto a particular perspective of reality. We filter out those facets of reality that disagree with our views of how things are, and in doing so we miss the whole. Yet has not spiritual growth always been about an awareness of the whole an expansion of consciousness? Inner awakening involves stepping back from beliefs and assumptions. It is about seeing reality as it is; not through the lens of preconceived ideas. Yet too often our need for security leads us to turn our paths of liberation into yet another belief. We turn our spiritual discoveries into doctrines and dogmas. We create another church. Time and again spiritual teachers have sought to help us break free from our prejudices and assumptions break free our belief that it is through material salvation that we will find the inner peace we seek break free from the boundaries of our ego.

    10. Index Of Articles, Essays And Other Writings On Peter Russell's "The Spirit Of N
    Passing Thoughts Passing Thoughts How to be a Wizard Love Blind Love If Peace ofMind is your Goal new age religion Now My age in Days Why I? or does God
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    The Evolving Global Brain
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    Shifting Perspectives Looking Out into the Heart of Our Galaxy The Dance of the Planets - The Story So Far Responses to the Attacks How Astronomy Begat Astrology ... Consciousness - The Bridge Between Science and Spirit Letting Go of Nothing Letting Go Letting Go of Doing God The Essence of Consciousness God as a State of Consciousness Being in the Now Mind Maps Introduction Advantages How to Uses ... Mind Map Software
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    Science and Consciousness A New SuperParadigm? The Evolution of Consciousness Alice in Quantum Land Science, Consciousness, and God
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    11. Cults And Religion - Cults, Churches, Denominations, Sects And New Religions, Or
    Includes complete texts of selected academic works, an exploration of African religions, and a mailing Category Society Religion and Spirituality New Religious Movements...... and new age religions, by Irving Hexham and Karla Poewe. Regent College Press, 1998;USD $21.95. ISBN 1573831212, Learn about books on African religion edited
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    The photo shows Irving and his wife Professor Karla Poewe in Bannf. University of Calgary Recommended Readings on Religion Department of Religious Studies Jeff Hadden's Religious Movements Site ... As a Global Culture edited by Karla Poewe. University of South Carolina Press, 1994; USD $34.95. ISBN: 087249996 Understanding Cults and New Age Religions, by Irving Hexham and Karla Poewe. Regent College Press, 1998; USD $21.95. ISBN: 1573831212 Learn about books on African religion
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    Pocket Dictionary of New Religious Movements .Irving Hexham . Inter-varsity Press Publication Date: 2002 ISBN: 0830814663 .Price: $6.99 Concise Dictionary of Religion Irving Hexham, Regent Publishing (1993) Format: Softcover (252 pgs) ISBN: 1573831204 Price:CDN$27.95 (USD$18.45)

    12. Aznewage - Home Page
    A vast array of new age religion and philosophy with links to other Arizona sites. It will take you hours to go through this site. Religion, healing, philosophy, theology, politics and even sex.
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    14. SKEPTIC Bibliography / NEWAGE
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    An annotated listing of books and other resources relevant to paranormal and fringe science topics, mainly from a skeptical point of view. Helpful for exploring weirdness without necessarily accepting paranormal beliefs. Text Search: Search for: Exact Keyword Search: Keyword anti-science anti-science:defense anti-science:philosophy astrology astrology:defense astrology:history biorhythms cattle-mutilation cattle-mutilation:defense conjuring conjuring:history conjuring:methodology conspiracy conspiracy:defense conspiracy:history conspiracy:sociology crankery crankery:defense crankery:history creationism creationism:defense creationism:history creationism:philosophy creationism:sociology critical-thinking crop-circle crop-circle:defense cryptozoology cryptozoology:defense cryptozoology:history cult-archaeology cult-archaeology:defense cult-archaeology:sociology dowsing dowsing:defense dowsing:history dowsing:sociology education education:philosophy faith-healing faith-healing:defense folklore fraud free-energy free-energy:defense geographical geographical:history graphology graphology:defense hypnosis hypnosis:history newage newage:anthropology newage:defense newage:history newage:sociology numerology numerology:defense occult occult:anthropology occult:defense occult:history occult:sociology paraphysics paraphysics:defense phrenology prophecy prophecy:defense

    15. Gimme That New Age Religion
    Gimme that new age religion. Sir Jim R Wallaby (published in the Skeptic14/2, 1994) (Sir Jim R Wallaby is President of Pseudonyms Anonymous).
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    Sir Jim R Wallaby
    (published in the Skeptic 14/2, 1994)
    (Sir Jim R Wallaby is President of Pseudonyms Anonymous) Sometimes world changing concepts crop up in the most unexpected places. It was a letter to the editor of that fine publication New Scientist (April 22, 1994) that caused me to question all my long held prejudices about how the world actually operates. Unusually (even perhaps uniquely) for that publication, the letter was anonymous and contained this explanation "My apologies for remaining anonymous. I am a ‘professional researcher’ with a string of letters after my name. My employers would not like this letter and jobs are hard to find these days. Anon" The letter itself addressed a previously published review of a book about the theories of Rupert Sheldrake. (Sheldrake is the British scientist, whose proposed theory of Formative Causation [or Causative Formation - I’m never sure which is correct], suggests that a ‘morphic field’ exists in conjunction with all living things, which allows, among other effects, that once a task has been successfully conducted once by one individual from a given population, it thereafter becomes easier for other members of that population to do the same task, even though they have never had contact with the original experimenter.) At least that is what I take it to mean, although the Wallaby’s have never been scientific in any way.

    16. Footprints Of The Serpent
    new age religion The Cult Of SelfLove November 15, 1998. by AllanTurner. The New Age movement is committed to the inward journey.
    The Footprints of the Serpent:
    A critical analysis of the New Age movement and its reflection of Humanism, ancient sorcery, occultism, Eastern religion, Gnosticism, the Human Potential movement, and modern physics.

    Chapter One: Ingredients Of The New Age

    Chapter Two: Altered States

    Chapter Three: New Age Psychology
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    New Age Religion:
    The Cult Of Self-Love

    November 15, 1998 by: Allan Turner The New Age movement is committed to the inward journey. It is a movement that asserts the deification of the "Self." The so-called enlightened goals of the New Age movement are grounded in Satan's Edenic lie to Eve, "then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil" (Genesis 3:5). Although the self-love, self-confidence, self-potential, self-awareness, self-acceptance, self-image, self-esteem, self-fulfillment, self-development, self-assertion, self- actualization, and other present-day manifestations of prideful arrogance would have been severely condemned in most pulpits thirty years ago, today these words now readily roll off the tongues of modern-day preachers. Robert Schuller, pastor of the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California, is one of the leading proponents of the self-love gospel. His Sunday morning T.V. service, "Hour of Power," has become the nation's most widely watched religious program. In his new book

    17. The LTSN Philosophical And Religious Studies Subject Centre (PRS-LTSN)
    11 th Annual Conference on Contemporary and new age religion Alternative Spiritualityand New Age Studies, 30 th May - 1 st June 2003, Open University
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    Welcome to the Philosophical and Religious Studies Subject Centre of the Learning and Teaching Support Network (PRS-LTSN), which is one of 24 Subject Centres covering all disciplines taught in UK higher education. The Centre is based at the University of Leeds , in partnership with the University of Wales, Lampeter
    • Vol. 2 No. 2 of the PRS-LTSN Journal has now been published together with a reader survey.

    18. The Shroud Of Turin, Comet Hale-Bopp, The New Age And Astrology - Prophecies Of
    The Shroud of Turin and its connection to comets. Predictions of future world events, using Astrology, religion and new age ideas.
    The Shroud of Turin, Comet Hale-Bopp, The New Age and Astrology - prophecies of the future, world events and the economy
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    I will discuss in this web site the Shroud of Turin and its connection to comets, my new theories on astrology and New Age subjects, my prophecies of future events, the horoscope of Princess Diana, Prince Charles, and Countess Sophie. I also discuss the mythology of the Antichrist, the Bible's Book of Revelation, and other subjects. The Antichrist is described in Revelation as a Satanic imitation of Christ, who will seem to be the saviour of mankind, who appears during the period of time called the End Times, a period of disasters, wars, and diseases.
    The Shroud of Turin is believed to be the burial cloth of Christ, by many people. It is a a 14 foot long cloth religious relic that is stored in Turin, Italy, in a cathedral. There appears to be on the cloth an image of a man who has been crucified.
    On April 11, 1997, there was a fire in the Cathedral holding the Shroud of Turin, the Shroud was miraculously saved because of the bravery of a Turin fireman who rescued it from the building.

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    What does Christianity have in common with ancient Pagan religions? Much more than you might think. Discussion: Pagan Christs? - Questions or comments? Dictionary of symbols Man has used symbols to represent spiritual ideas for thousands of years, often expressing the same concept in many different ways. In this glossary can be found dozens of symbols relating to religion, magick, and mythology. New symbols added! Special: The Pentagram - History and myths Did You Know?

    Indepth article defines the new age movement and some of the core beliefs, explains the traditions Category Society religion and Spirituality new age...... The Canadian Census (1991) recorded only 1,200 people (0.005% of the totalCanadian population) who identify their religion as being new age.
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    The New Age Movement is in a class by itself. Unlike most formal religions, it has no holy text, central organization, membership, formal clergy, geographic center, dogma, creed, etc. They often use mutually exclusive definitions for some of their terms. The New Age is in fact a free-flowing spiritual movement; a network of believers and practitioners who share somewhat similar beliefs and practices, which they add on to whichever formal religion that they follow. Their book publishers take the place of a central organization; seminars, conventions, books and informal groups replace of sermons and religious services. Quoting John Naisbitt: "In turbulent times, in times of great change, people head for the two extremes: fundamentalism and personal, spiritual experience...With no membership lists or even a coherent philosophy or dogma, it is difficult to define or measure the unorganized New Age movement. But in every major U.S. and European city, thousands who seek insight and personal growth cluster around a metaphysical bookstore, a spiritual teacher, or an education center." The New Age is definitely a heterogeneous movement of individuals; most graft some new age beliefs onto their regular religious affiliation. Recent surveys of US adults indicate that many Americans hold at least some new age beliefs:

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