Ancient Beliefs and Modern Superstitions


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Author: Martin Lings
Publisher: Archetype
Year: 2001
Pages: 75
Printed: UK
ISBN: 1-901383-02-4
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: New
Weight: 117 gr.
Description from the publisher: Drawing upon his wide knowledge of world religions the author in this book strikes at the root of everything that makes it difficult for people today to believe wholeheartedly in religion and in doing so, it shows modern man to be, in his own peculiar twenty-first century way, the embodiment of superstition in its most dangerous form. We are faced in the modern world with a situation similar to that in the fable of the Emperor’s new clothes. This book aims to speak the truth about the modern outlook especially concerning science and metaphysics, in order to dispel the illusion that prevents the intellect from seeing things as they really are.

Weight .200 kg