Gods, Demons & Spirits

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Jaico Publishing House, Mar 1, 2000 - Social Science - 259 pages
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Gods, Demons and Spirits is a worthy successor to the bestseller BEGONE GODMEN. In it, Dr. Abraham Kovoor, the famed rationalist, continues his relentless crusade against charlatans and miraclemen with greater vigour. It is a scathing exposure of the conning methods employed by pseudo-gods, bogus gurus and assorted fakes to entrap their gullible victims.
 

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Nonsense, misleading too.

Contents

On Looking Back 2 Underdevelopment and Superstitious Beliefs
Teaching Religion in Schools
PromoteMixed Marriages for Survival
Church and Family Planning
PSI PhenomenaA Myth
Bhagawans and Bhagawathies Galore 60
AmorousGodsand Goddesses 9 Karanjia andSai Baba 10 Sai Krishna and Kjell Eide 11 How HolyAsh Appears onSai Babas Picture
A Biography ofMiracles 13 Of Euthanasia 14 Is Astrology Scientific? 15 Buddhist Cosmology
BlavatskyOlcott Besant and Theosophy
The Matara ReBirth CaseFactor Fiction? 18 Was Thilakaratne Reborn asGnanatilake? 19 The Mystery ofthe Hanging Kavadi 20 The KudagamaHoax...
Poltergeistinthe North 26 Ghost That CouldNot BeChased ByHolyWater 27 Exorcist MarriesaGhost
Ghost on Richmond Hill
Ghost of the Dadalla Cemetery 30 SpiritPossession andExorcism 31 Wimala theDivineHealerand Soothsayer
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