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Author: Albert Kudsi-Zadeh
Publication: Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol 92, No. 1 (Jan-Mar, 1972) pp. 22-35
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Author: Hamid Algar
Publication: Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 6, No. 3 (Oct., 1970), pp. 276-296
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Author: Ted Winslow
Publication: Social Research, Vol. 57, No. 4, Reception of Psychoanalysis (WINTER 1990), pp. 785-819
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Freud was brought to the world's attention through the effortts of the Bloomsbury Group, who regarded him as having ushered a new scientific revolution, equal to the Copernican and Newtonian in significance, for having offered a way to explain away the concept of "sin"

Author: Richard Lansdown
Publication: History Today (Volume: 41 Issue: 5)
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The Politics of Evolution in the 1860s
Author: James Moore
Publication: Journal of the History of Biology,Vol. 24, No. 3 (Autumn, 1991)
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Author: Donald Little
Publication: Studia Islamica, No. 41 (1975) pp. 93-111
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Strategies of Secrecy and Power in South Indian Tantra and French Freemasonry
Author: Hugh B. Urban
Publication: Numen, Vol. 44, No. 1 (Jan., 1997)
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A Study in Cultural and Political Encounters
Author: Karin Wissa
Publication: Bulletin (British Society for Middle Eastern Studies
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The Role of Political Occultism and Social Messianism in the Activities of Nicholas Roerich
Author: Markus Osterrieder
Publication: Paper presented at the conference on The Occult in 20th Century Russia, Berlin, March 2007
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Professionals and Gentlemen in the Formation ofthe X Club, 1851-1864
Author: Ruth Barton
Publication: Isis,Vol. 89, No. 3 (Sep., 1998)
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Author: Rudolph Peters
Publication: Die Welt des Islams XX, 3-4
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The Juristic Discourse on Muslim Minorities From the Second/Eighth to the Eleventh/Seventeenth Centuries
Author: Khaled Abou el Fadl
Publication: Islamic Law and Society, Vol. 1, No. 2 (1994)
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Explains the history of legal opinion on the permissibility and legal implications of Muslims living in non-Muslim lands. All modern opinions on the subject are typically offered by Wahhabi or Salafi influenced scholars who offer merely their own interpretation of Quran and Hadith. Whereas, this article relate the traditional opinions, as held by the four Madhhabs.

Southern Blacks and American Alternative Spirituality in 1920s Chicago
Author: Susan Nance
Publication: Religion and American Culture, Vol. 12, No.2. (Summer, 2002),
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Tthe Moorish Science Temple of the source of the Nation of Islam, and was said to have been inspired by the teachings of Jamal ud Din al Afghani, who also founded the Salafi tradition, which gave birth to the Muslim Brotherhood.

Chapter Two: Paul's Ecstasy
Author: Alan F. Segal
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Excellent article about the connections between the thought of the Apostle Paul and the Kabbalah.

Christian Millenarianism and Jewish Messianism in Seventeenth-Century Amsterdam
Author: Ernestine G.E. van der Wall
Publication: Chapter from Brill's Studies in Intellectual History. A.J. Vanderjagt, ed. (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1989)
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Petrus Serrarius is the go-between that links the emergent Sabbatean movement with the Rosicrucians of the Hartlib Cirlcle.