Scourge of psychics James Randi was no skeptic; our culture is poorer as a result
Far from fading away, thanks to digital interconnectedness and economic development, witch hunting has become a growing, global problem.
The preacher realized we were supposed to be happy.
The amazing story of the thinker behind his sunny optimism
For decades, social critics have viewed the author of the 1950s mega-seller “The Power of Positive Thinking” as a sloganeer of happy thoughts, simplistic theology and covert bigotry.
While too esoteric to gain mass appeal, these books are a treasure of serviceable advice
The needs of today’s New Agers echo those of our ancient ancestors
America has long been a safe harbor for experimental faiths. But the unorthodox can descend into something darker.
An unholy manifesto
Gone are the virgin birth, divine healings, exorcisms and the resurrection of the dead, all of which the chief executive dismissed as “superstitions, fanaticisms and fabrications.”
A catalogue of personal resources for making a serious exploration of Satanism
Ronald Reagan had an interest in lucky numbers and newspaper horoscopes. Less known is that a certain scholar of occult philosophy had a lifelong influence on the 40th president of the United States.