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Occultism

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Occultism

United Ancient Order of Druids / Est. 1833
International Order of Naturosopholists
Theosophical Order of Service / Est. 1908
Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids
New Wiccan Church International / Est. 1973
Collège spiritualiste
International Bureau of Spiritualism / Est. 1910
Association mondiale d'études kabbalistiques et de sciences traditionalistes
Nordic Spiritualist Union / Est. 1949
Theosophical World University / Est. 1925
European Coalition on Homeopathic and Anthroposophic Medicinal Products / Est. 1999
Anthroposophical Society / Est. 1913
Ordre des Chevaliers du Temple, du Christ et de Notre-Dame
Aloha International / Est. 1973
European Federation for Research and Information on Sectarianism / Est. 1994
International Centre of the Roerichs
International Grand Lodge of Druidism / Est. 1908
International Cultic Studies Association / Est. 1979
European Cooperation in Anthroposophical Curative Education and Social Therapy / Est. 1992
Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry / Est. 1935
Theosophical Society / Est. 1875
General Anthroposophical Society / Est. 1923
International Spiritualist Federation / Est. 1923
Centre de documentation, d'éducation et d'action contre les manipulations mentales / Est. 1981
School of Spiritual Science / Est. 1923

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World Problems relating to Occultism

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Superstitious symbolic acts
Inhibited scientific investigation

Action Strategies relating to Occultism

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Faith healing

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