The Aquarian conspiracy: personal and social transformation in the 1980s

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Tarcher, 1980 - History - 448 pages
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Deeply inspirational, highly informed and wonderfully articulate, The Aquarian Conspiracy tells of the integration of New Age values into business, medicine, religion and other public and private institutions.

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User Review  - Mary Karpel-Jergic - Goodreads

An interesting and fascinating read. I think it was quite controversial in its time. Marilyn Ferguson, the author who died in 2008 was an American and is best known for this book and its affiliation ... Read full review

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User Review  - J. - Goodreads

I don't at all consider myself a new age person. I read this back in the day and loved it. I'm still influenced by some of the ideas planted back then. One of the first hardbacks I ever bought. Perhaps I'll read it again. Read full review


Foreword by Max Lerner
Premonitions of Transformation
Brains Changing

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About the author (1980)

New Age author Marilyn Ferguson was born in Grand Junction, Colorado on April 5, 1938. In 1968, she moved to Los Angeles where she studied psychology and gathered information about hypnosis, meditation and extrasensory perception. Her books include The Brain Revolution (1973), The Aquarian Conspiracy (1980), and Aquarius Now (2005). She also founded the New Age journal Brain/Mind Bulletin, which she published for 21 years until 1996. She died of a heart attack on October 19, 2008 at the age of 70.

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