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Xref: ncsuvx sci.skeptic:2707 talk.religion.misc:25137 Path: ncsuvm!ncsuvx!mephisto!tut.cis.ohio-state.edu!zaphod.mps.ohio-state.edu! samsung!cs.utexas.edu!jarvis.csri.toronto.edu!helios.physics.utoronto.ca!ists!yunexus!gall From: gall@yunexus.UUCP (Norm Gall) Newsgroups: sci.skeptic,talk.religion.misc Subject: Satanism Research Keywords: for someone else Message-ID: <7386@yunexus.UUCP> Date: 8 Feb 90 02:40:43 GMT Reply-To: Lippard@RVAX.CCIT.ARIZONA.EDU Organization: York University Department of Philosophy Lines: 37 I am posting this for someonw else. ------------------------ I am presently doing research on the subject of Satanism for a possible book on the subject. I would appreciate it if anyone who has any pointers on materials, newspaper and magazine clippings, videotape, and so forth would let me know/send them to me at: Jim Lippard, P.O. Box 37052, Phoenix, AZ 85069. Or send me email. I am specifically interested in the claims of such persons as Jerry Johnston, Bob Larson, Johanna Michaelson, Mike Warnke, Lauren Stratford, and others who allege that there is widespread devil worshipping activity in the United States involving ritual murder and child abuse. I am already familiar with the recent report of the Committee for the Scientific Examination of Religion (CSER), "Satanism in America" (by Shawn Carlson and Gerald LaRue, available from Carlson at P.O. Box 466, El Cerrito, CA 94530-0466 for$12.95 + $1.50 shipping). One source I would like to obtain is an article exposing falsehoods in Lauren Stratford's book _Satan's Underground_ which was apparently published in the January 1990 issue of _Cornerstone_ magazine. Any help would be most appreciated. Jim Lippard Lippard@RVAX.CCIT.ARIZONA.EDU Dept. of Philosophy Lippard@ARIZRVAX.BITNET University of Arizona Tucson, AZ 85721 -- "The mythology of the language machine is the mythology of a technologically advanced society which has not yet come to terms with its own linguistic self-awareness." -- R. Harris


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