... can believe in.” He begins invoking Wilfred Grenfell, the medical missionary. Other examples follow—Columbus, Franklin, ... with those who, out of this tradition, had worked to create American ideals. Outwardly, Masonry provided a group of “Brothers”— read more...

... and starkly unethical, an era when the very meaning of American values is under grievous assault from within and without, ... Fetzer represents an essential aspect of the endangered American soul, a quintessentially pragmatic man fully engaged in the read more...

... I I. DERIVATION OF THE WENGER NAME Swiss Archives Swiss-American Nomenclature Wenger Coat of Arms The Early Designs II. THE ... Tree V. JOHN HENRY WENGER, SR., OF LANCASTER COUNTY The American Revolution The Alarm Companies In New York More Hardships read more...

... the presidency and ownership of the Detroit Tigers in the American League of Professional Baseball Clubs. I first met John ... of these family allegations. However, in the view of many Americans, such consideration, while necessary, is only a part of read more...

... but it seems like it was Maimedes (Ed. Note: Maimonides ?) Medical Center. Then — this was a mind blower — he funded William ... second book than the first one. Carolyn Right, that’s where American’s Agony is. Larry So ye s, we’re going to see if we can read more...

... of materia l that I wrote out . It became AMPRA, the American Medical and Psychic Research Association, very quickly, ... helped to bury them ; that was around the time that the American Indian medicine wheel was being put on the property. read more...

... Trust, Inc. 2 Preface Brian C. Wilson Professor of American Religious History Department of Comparative Religion ... which Fetzer had recently been initiated into through its American variant, MSIA. From then on, even after Fetzer had made the read more...

... author of Radhasoami Reality]. One of Kirpal Singh’s American initiates was a man named Paul Twitchell, who was initiated ... “guest clairvoyant” at the annual Coptics Conventions (and American metaphysical group). In this period of time, from 1979-81, read more...

... held back. Larry There’s another theory. For example, the American Indians, they fast for many days and that brings them into ... search for legal status. Tom Oh. Bruce Because he had a medical doctor, a college rep, the program director. Think about read more...

... to the Fetzer Foundation,” as well as in his 1971 “American’s Agony.” In each of these writings, the Theosophical ... experience, John took LSD in a controlled (and legal) medical environment in Tucson. The experience was reportedly read more...

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