WITCHCRAFT: SPELLBINDING A CULTURE
Volume 23:4-24:1, SPRING/SUMMER 2000
A r t i c l e s
With compelling insight,
Tal Brooke shows that witches of the postmodern era have reinvented themselves,
altering old beliefs and terms into the latest fashionable neopagan beliefs.
Harry Potter, meanwhile, is unmasked with uncommon insight by Alison Lentini.
As many just generate smoke, Lentini penetrates this super phenomenon grabbing
the minds of youth and adults. Carnes takes us to the exalted halls of Harvard,
MIT, and Cambridge to show us their love of dark powers, of ever breaking
the mold. And in his third installment, Lee Penn shows this monolithic global
movement known as the URI and further aspects of its agenda.
SCP Journals are unsurpassed in the field of analyzing and discerning the inside workings of new spiritual trends. SCP has six thousand groups on file, which the New York City Library assesses as the most complete collection of such materials in the United States.
|President & Editor||Tal Brooke|
|Contributing Editors||Ron Rhodes & Peter Jones|
|Production||Brooke & Godawa|
|Art Director||Frank Ordaz|
|Design Director||Brian Godawa|
|Business Manager||Chris Evans|
|Office Staff||Chris Evans, Gleen Fornasier, & Emily Duran|
|U.C. Berkeley Interns||Emily Duran|
S p i r i t u a l
C o u n t e r f e i t s P r o j e c t, I n c.