A Collection of Strange Beliefs, Amusing Deceptions, and Dangerous Delusions


From Abracadabra to Zombies

topical index: New Age

A
Abraham-Hicks
alpha waves
altered states of consciousness
alphabiotics
angel therapy
animal quacker
aromatherapy
astral body
astral projection
astrology
astrotherapy
Atlantis
aura
aura therapy
automatic writing
B
Bach's flower therapy
Backster effect
bio-ching
bioharmonics
C
Castaneda, Carlos
coning
chakra
channeling
Consegrity
cosmobiology
craniosacral therapy
crystal power
D
druid
E
energy
enneagram
est
F
feng shui
Fritz,  Dr.
firewalking
H
Hicks (Abraham, Esther, and Jerry)
holistic medicine
Jean Houston and the Mystery School
I
Indigo children
intuitive
J
joy touch
K
Kabalarian Philosophy
Knight, J.Z.
L
Landmark Forum
Large Group Awareness Training
law of attraction
ley lines
lucid dreaming
M
magnet therapy
manifesting
massage therapy
morphic resonance
N
naturopathy
numerology
New Age psychotherapies
New Thought
O
orgone energy
Ouija board
P
pagan
plant perception
pyramidiocy
R
reflexology
reiki
Rolfing
T
tachyons and takionics
tarot
tensegrity
therapeutic touch
Transcendental Meditation
trepanation
W
Wicca
Last updated 17-Jul-2012

Recommended Reading

Ankerberg, John and John Weldon. Encyclopedia of New Age Beliefs (Harvest House Publishers, Inc., 1996).

Gardner, Martin. The New Age: Notes of a Fringe Watcher (Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books, 1988).

Salerno, Steve. (2006). Sham: How the Self-Help Movement Made America Helpless. Three Rivers Press.

Schick, Jr.,Theodore and Lewis Vaughn. How to Think About Weird Things: Critical Thinking for a New Age, (Mountain View, California: Mayfield Publishing Company, 1995).

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