Prometheus Books, 1988/11/01 - 377 ページ
The recent growth of eccentric cults, the pursuit of mystic practices, and a spate of books and television broadcasts on the occult all testify to a resurgence of irrational beliefs. Using a multidisciplinary approach that combines psychology, biology, and astronomy with a masterly appreciation of historical background, Felix E. Planer provides an encyclopaedic view of superstition - its definition and origins, its mechanisms and practices.
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