Astrology and Popular Religion in the Modern West: Prophecy, Cosmology and the New Age Movement
Routledge, 15/04/2016 - 264 من الصفحات
This book explores an area of contemporary religion, spirituality and popular culture which has not so far been investigated in depth, the phenomenon of astrology in the modern west. Locating modern astrology historically and sociologically in its religious, New Age and millenarian contexts, Nicholas Campion considers astrology's relation to modernity and draws on extensive fieldwork and interviews with leading modern astrologers to present an invaluable contribution to our understanding of the origins and nature of New Age ideology. This book challenges the notion that astrology is either 'marginal' or a feature of postmodernism. Concluding that astrology is more popular than the usual figures suggest, Campion argues that modern astrology is largely shaped by New Age thought, influenced by the European Millenarian tradition, that it can be seen as an heir to classical Gnosticism and is part of the vernacular religion of the modern west.
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The Survival of Belief in Astrology
Astrology Religion and Belief
The Extent of Belief in Astrology
A Public Survey
The Astrologers Universe
Interviews with Astrologers
Modernity and Normality
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Age astrology Age culture Age discipline Age Movement Age of Aquarius Alan Leo Alice Alice Bailey amongst astrologers answers apocalyptic Aquarian Age asked Astrological Association Astrological Journal Astrology London astrology’s attitudes to astrology Bailey behaviour belief in astrology Blavatsky Blavatsky’s British Astrological Cambridge cent century church claimed concerned Consciousness contemporary context cosmic cosmology Dane Rudhyar David Spangler definition of astrology divine Editor’s Observatory Esoteric Astrology evidence example figures future History Howard Sasportas human individual Leo’s literature Magic MAJMA Michael Michael York millenarian Modern Astrology Naylor Nicholas Campion notion Occult one’s Oxford Paranormal Patrick Curry Paul Heelas planets popular culture postmodern prediction Prophecy psychological astrology question questionnaire readership of horoscope religious affiliation response Robert sample sceptical Science Scientific Study sense Skeptical Inquirer Society sociological spiritual stars Study of Religion suggests sun-sign theory theosophical tradition University Press Western Astrology York