Benjamin Zeller: Heaven's Gate: America's UFO Religion.
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Heaven's gate : America's UFO religion Benjamin E. Zeller, Robert W ... and the narcissistic pessimism of the 1990s. To outsiders, it was a mass suicide. Thus, Heaven’s Gate not only reflects the context of its environment, but also reveals how those forces interacted in the form of a single religious body. Get this from a library! Despite the extensive media coverage of the Heavens Gate suicides in 1997, no single-authored academic book has yet been written about this group. ... , and you may need to create a new Wiley Online Library account. BOOK REVIEW. To insiders, it was a graduation. Review: Heaven’s Gate: America’s UFO Religion by Benjamin E. Zeller. The captivating story of the people of Heaven’s Gate, a religious group focused on transcending humanity and the Earth, and seeking salvation in the literal heavens on board a UFO. If you do not receive an email within 10 minutes, your email address may not be registered, and you may need to create a new Wiley Online Library account. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Heaven's Gate: America's UFO Religion at Amazon.com. Heaven's Gate: America's UFO Religion Kindle Edition ... Review.
Dawn L. Hutchinson. The subject of this book—the UFO religion Heaven’s Gate—has fascinated me since my first encounter with it in 1975. New York and London: New York University Press, 2014; pp. Heaven's Gate: America's UFO Religion The captivating story of the people of Heaven’s Gate, a religious group focused on transcending humanity and the Earth, …