Old Age in the New Age: Irreverent Reflections on Millennial Madness
This fast-paced and delightfully witty book takes on every sacred cow that ever titillated New Age fancy. Early-20th-century seer Edgar Cayce is scrutinized, along with such present-day prophets as Marianne Williamson and Dr. Deepak Chopra. Old Age, Stone writes, might be catalyzed by the biological terrorists known as hormones -- but even those can be brought to their knees by diligent New Age practices and strong doses of chutzpa.
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