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Damanhur: The Community They Tried to Brand a Cult

by Jeff Merrifield

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 072253700X, Paperback)

This first edition of this book is great, but it is now out of print and out of date with the publication of a brand new edition of Jeff Merrifield's book, entitled: Damanhur: The Story of the Extraordinary Italian Artisitic and Spiritual Community (2006). Much has been updated and added to the new edition, including more than 150 black and white photos. The Federation of Damanhur is essentially about research and change, and the new book reflects many innovations in a number of areas of this remarkable community.

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Describes the spiritual commune of Damanhur in the foothills of the Italian alps, known for its mix of New Age and neopagan beliefs.

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