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The haunting of twenty-first century America

Author: William J Birnes; Joel Martin
Publisher: New York : Forge, A Tom Doherty Associates Book, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"In this sequel to The Haunting of America and The Haunting of Twentieth-Century America, national bestselling authors Joel Martin and William J. Birnes set the stage for one of the great intellectual and spiritual awakenings that is currently challenging traditional belief systems. Reaching back into events that rocked the twentieth century, the authors show that, though denying the importance of a spiritual  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Anecdotes
History
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William J Birnes; Joel Martin
ISBN: 9780765328373 0765328372 9780765328854 0765328852
OCLC Number: 851285528
Notes: "A Tom Doherty Associates Book."
Sequel to: The haunting of twentieth-century America / Joel Martin.
Description: 415 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: the paranormal and the attack of the debunkers --
Uri Geller, the paranormal, and psychokinesis --
Candy Jones, Long John Nebel, and MK-ULTRA --
The weaponization of mind control and LSD --
Harry Houdini --
Hitler, the paranormal, and the CIA --
Remote influencing and paranormal warfare --
The light beckons: near-death experiences --
The New Age becomes big business --
Hillary Clinton's New Age odyssey --
The New Age at the end of the millennium: fads and fancies --
New Age and music: the power of tonality --
Toward a new frontier of awareness.
Responsibility: William J. Birnes and Joel Martin.

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"In this sequel to The Haunting of America and The Haunting of Twentieth-Century America, national bestselling authors Joel Martin and William J. Birnes set the stage for one of the great intellectual and spiritual awakenings that is currently challenging traditional belief systems. Reaching back into events that rocked the twentieth century, the authors show that, though denying the importance of a spiritual component in national policy, even the most conservative of governments have based social and financial policy decisions on a profound belief in the existence of the paranormal. The Haunting of Twenty-First-Century America is unlike any American history you will ever read--it posits that not only is the paranormal more normal than most people think, but that it is driving current events to a new "Fourth Culture" of the twenty-first century"--

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