Celestine profits

Mole, Phil
September 1999
Skeptic;1999, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p76
Presents a critical analysis of author James Redfield's New Age philosophy and the spiritual premise of his book `The Celestine Prophecy.' Redfield's belief in the synchronicity of events through coincidences; Establishment of connections between human consciousness and the universe; Three common errors humans make when evaluating the probabilities of coincidences.


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