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Strange sects and curious cults.

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Bach breaks down his book into three broad categories - the sex sects, conscience cults, and utopianists. The first group includes ancient Baalism of Mesopotamia, Osirism of Egypt, Shivism of India, and modern (well, more modern) Voodoo of Africa and imported partially into the New World/5(2).

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Cited by: 7. Strange Sects and Curious Cults, first published inis a well-written overview of a number of important religious sects and Marcus Bach divides these into three categories the sex sects, conscience cults, and the utopianists.

The first group includes ancient Baalism of Mesopotamia, Osirism of Egypt, Shivism of India, and more recently, Voodoo of Africa/5(14). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bach, Marcus, Strange sects and curious cults.

Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press,© Strange Sects and Curious Cults Author Marcus Strange sects and curious cults. book Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Very Good Quantity available 2 Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Dorset Press Place of Publication New York Date published Author: Marcus Bach.

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Strange Sects and Curious Cults (New York: Dodd, Mead, ), by Marcus Bach (page images at HathiTrust) Filed under: Cults -- Egypt Le Rituel du Culte Divin Journalier en Égypte; d'Après les Papyrus de Berlin et les Textes du Temple de Séti 1er, à Abydos (Annales du Musée Guimet Bibliothèque d'Études #14, in French; Paris: E.

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Whalen, a Roman Catholic author of numerous books and articles on comparative religions, focuses on a few contemporary sects and cults, which have been founded, or which have experienced their fastest growth, during the second half of this century.

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C32 - Charles Manson. S26 - Internet "Charles Manson." A&E Networks. “Don’t be stupid — you’re not in a cult. Get the travel book instead” my conditioned self told my curious self. I loitered by the shelf and flicked through the book with my heart thumping so hard it was difficult to even read.

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Frank Turek, collector of curiosities, recently pointed out to me a site about what is perhaps one of Maine's most historic religious sects, known familiarly as "The Kingdom."According to the website, The Kingdom was "founded in by Frank Weston Sandford of Bowdoinham, Maine," and grew steadily towards "the turn of the 20th century in the town of Durham in the State of Maine."Author: Michelle Souliere.Confronting the Cults by Gordon Lewis Cults, World Religions and You by Ken Boa The Cult Explosion Dave Hunt.

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