Cult Rapture by Adam Parfrey
Revelations of the Apocalyptic Mind

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A sobering, occasionally amusing, and altogether compelling look at the impulses that have fueled the rising pitch of Armageddon, this startling book explores the arcane but significant phenomena of contemporary American cults--from survivalists and white supremacists to UFO cultists, satanists, and the most far-flung New Agers. 40 photos.

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Published November 1, 1995 by Feral House. 371 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Parfrey reveals a certain sympathy for his subjects' conspiracy-mindedness in his final article, an ""expose"" of the Oklahoma City bombing in which he raises some valid questions about the still-mysterious event while showing that the Clinton administration needed the bombing to justify its crac...

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