The Aquarian Conspiracy has ratings and 21 reviews. Cwn_annwn_13 said: This book was published in the early s. It claimed that there was a grass. Praise. “A bible of the New Age movement.” —William Grimes, The New York Times “Marilyn Ferguson helped pull together various emerging. Marilyn Ferguson Los Angeles, California January CHAPTER The Conspiracy After the final no there comes a yes And on that yes the future of the world.
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The Aquarian Conspiracy – Marilyn Ferguson (1981)
May 19, Kim Cloutman rated it liked it. They may look into philosophy, quantum physics, music, semantics, brain research, psychology. Freguson sometimes I wished to hell I could have disengaged! Basically the conspiracy suggests that our consciousness interacts and affects our physical world. For others the commitment is recognized only in retrospect.
Laurie rated it liked it Jul 25, Subscribers get full access to the current issue and more than 40 years of archives. Brief meetings amrilyn enough for recognition.
This revised and updated edition offers an indepth analysis of the true nature of the controversial New Age movement and of social and personal transformation in the s.
Warily or enthusiastically, having sensed that there is something worth finding, the individual sets out to look for it. The book lacks artistry but has a raw power that surfaces often in the hundreds of excerpts from books, speeches, personal interviews and correspondence, crammed into pages.
The second stage, for those who go on, is exploration — the Yes after the final No. The Aquarian Conspiracy is a great book for a social and spiritual paradigm shift. A belated discovery, one that causes considerable anguish, is that no one can persuade another to change. The logo on the book is a mobis strip which is a math paradox that I used to understand.
The Aquarian Conspiracy
ferguxon Enjoy your new world order! The New York Times called The Aquarian Conspiracy “the Bible of the New Age,” and mused that the once-radical ideas of her “benign conspiracy” may now seem commonplace.
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The immense fulfillment of the friendships between those engaged in furthering the evolution of consciousness has a quality impossible to describe, Teilhard once said. Interesting to see it regarded by some as “New Age drivel” today; perhaps because that benevolent conspiracy she charted didn’t manifest in any widespread or cohesive way, or perhaps because cynicism has become much more the norm in the generations since th This was a completely formative book for me.
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Jul 01, Andrew rated it it was ok Recommended to Andrew by: The Frontiers of Mind Research Taplinger,a successful and broadly hailed popular summary of these discoveries.
For whatever glories the mushrooms and saturated sugar cubes contained, they were only a glimpse — coming attractions, but not the main feature.
At derguson peak in the s the publication had a worldwide base of some 10, subscribers, ranging from academics and intellectuals to schoolteachers and storekeepers, and helped to popularize the ideas of such notables as Prigogine, neuroscientists Karl Pribram and Candace Pertphysicists Fritjof Capra and David Bohmpsychologist Jean Houston and many others.
Some conspirators said they sometimes relate an anecdote among co-workers or strangers and watch for a reaction, for understanding.
The Aquarian Conspiracy by Marilyn Ferguson
Ferguson soon developed an enduring interest in what came to be known as the ” human potential ” movement, and particularly the latest research on the potential of the human brainwith its implications for learning, creativity and wellness. The knowledge from these experiences is often elusive, hard to reconstruct. Or fegguson intense alternative reality generated by a psychedelic drug. Little by little, those who undertake the transformative process discern the existence of a vast support network.
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