The Aquarian Conspiracy

The Aquarian Conspiracy By Marilyn Ferguson David Westwood John Naisbitt, The Aquarian Conspiracy 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
  • Title: The Aquarian Conspiracy
  • Author: Marilyn Ferguson David Westwood John Naisbitt
  • ISBN: 9780874774580
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Aquarian Conspiracy By Marilyn Ferguson David Westwood John Naisbitt, 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 1980s.
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    1. This book was published in the early 1980s It claimed that there was a grass roots movement that was going to change society in what I would call a very new agey liberal type way but on the other hand a few times in this book it hails captains of industry and finance, foundation officials and university programmers, tv producers and scions of old American wealth as being a driving force behind this grass roots movement Sounds like social engineering from the highest levels of society to me.These [...]


    2. An interesting and fascinating read I think it was quite controversial in its time Marilyn Ferguson, the author who died in 2008 was an American and is best known for this book and its affiliation with the New Age Movement in popular culture However, she had a scientific and enquiring mind and the evidence that she cites can be convincing even if it is only to make you hopeful for a kinder better world.Bearing in mind it was concerned with the 1980s, it is quite astonishing that relevance can be [...]


    3. This became my personal and social Bible in a sense in my early 20 s I loved the Aquarian Conspiracy because it helped me understand why in almost every relationship in my life, I always felt torn, except in being a mother and with close friends Like I had to split off from myself to please everyone else It help me free myself from living that waay The book had been given to me by a dear friend, who was much older than me He was also a big part of my personal awakening It has been too long since [...]


    4. I don t at all consider myself a new age person I read this back in the day and loved it I m still influenced by some of the ideas planted back then One of the first hardbacks I ever bought Perhaps I ll read it again.





    5. This was a completely formative book for me I was actively on the periphery of this social consciousness movement on the west coast at precisely the time that Fergsuon wrote about it Indeed they were heady times, and she captures it well 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 the norm in the generations since the book first [...]


    6. another prophet who knows the gospels well and, best of all, speaks directly with the creator hence the true intentions of the american founding fathers are channeled through this pages.


    7. Following the 60s and 70s with the, anti war demonstrations, sexual revolution, drug culture, drop out culture and rock music explosion, many of the various strands of what had been the counterculture evolved to become the various strands of what was broadly termed the age of Aquarius The book finds common ground in the many threads of these sub movements including the environment, health awareness, scientific research and, above, all, an alternative spiritual awareness to conventional religious [...]


    8. The Aquarian Conspiracy is a great book for a social and spiritual paradigm shift Author Marilyn Ferguson says, According to very old wisdom, self discovery inevitably involves the awakening of the traits usually associated with the opposite sex There it is The journey of the self leads us to understand the other sex We live in a Patriarchal society meaning the masculine side of our mind dominates our environment That means both men and women are identified with their masculine rational logical [...]


    9. Has been among those things which formed the basis of my political self all along The idea that direct action is often too risky and often ineffective and that simply breathing with one s kindred spirits can be as effective while being by definition less risky has enormous appeal to me Actually only read the first chapter all the way through, and then skimmed the others but the amazing content is laid out pretty completely in that one chapter I also use to read her brain journal back then, als [...]


    10. Comecei este livro cheio de vontade de perceber esta conspira o, mas o livro desgastante pois vai a um n vel t o metaf sico que se torna dif cil perceber onde podemos n s conseguir fazer a diferen a num modo t o manipulado e marcado pela gan ncia, corrup o, consumismo e interesses.


    11. Defining the counterculture as the conscious embracing of irrationality from rock and drugs to biofeedback, meditation, consciousness raising, yoga, mountain climbing, group therapy, and psychodrama.




    12. I m not finished reading this book There are so many things I disagree with, it s hard to glean the gems But there are a few.



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