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Fenggang Yang and J. E. E. Pettit

’s side and descend to earth, forgetting their divine origin. The evangelistic urgency in Yiguandao is the need to awaken the Eternal Mother’s Buddha children before the coming apocalypse. 1 Lee, The Subjective Truths in the Holy Scriptures , 58. 2 Chinese Christian Research Centre, China Prayer Letter

Gansten, Martin

While the high degree of selection necessary in an overview of notable modern Hindu astrologers can never entirely escape the charge of subjectivity, the writers and practitioners discussed below have been selected on the combined grounds of the quantity and quality of their output