Damanhur: The Community They Tried to Brand a Cult
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Damanhur: The Community They Tried to Brand a Cult

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The Temple of Mankind is the home of a fascinating spiritual and artistic community, and one of the most extraordinary buildings on earth. Equally extraordinary is the story of how it was built and became a utopian community of like-minded people.
Paperback, 286 pages
Published June 15th 1999 by Thorsons Publishers
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