THE MENACE OF CULTISM TO THE SOCIETY
Dynamic Monarchianism: A late second-century heresy denying the Trinity, put forth by Theodotue of Byzantium and later adoped in modified forms by Paul of Samosata, Noetus and Prazeas.
Eadie, Betty: author of best-sellers, and An active member of the , Eadie claims to have died, gone to heaven, and returned to her body (see ). Her books contain a combination of New Age and Mormon beliefs. Denver, CO: / periodical, includes Egyptian revival, , analysis. Eagle's Path, Grand Junction, CO: , moon festivals, , , .Earth Church of Amargi, St. Louis, MO: , ritual , witchcraft (see ), moon festivals, , worship. Earthmother Therapy Center: , reading, balancing, , , , , , , .Earthsong, Wendy Moss, Dallas, TX: Journey into Mother Earth. Syracuse, NY: periodical. Eastern School Press, Talent, OR: , , , astral light.Ebon, Martin: See . Ecclesia Athletic Association, Eldridge Broussard, Jr., Los Angeles, CA: Believed to practice controversial forms of and . Eckankar, Paul Twitchell: Mixture of and eastern , , .Ecstasy, Ojai, CA: , man is God, realized through sexual encounters, New Age/Hedonism. Eddy, Mary Baker: See . Edwards, Bishop Luke: See . Effective Learning Systems, Edina, MN: Subliminal tapes, , , deep relaxation techniques.Elmwood Institute, Fritjof Capra: Internationally recognized author and lecturer. Emmanuel, J. David Davis, Athens, TN: See for theological perspective. Publishes newsletter.Emerald Circle: , know the Divine within, be part of . ENERGIE et PARTAGE: See . Enneagram: symbol. A circle with its circumference divided by nine points; has connections with the "Tree of Life" in , , or .Epiphany Bible Students Association, Mount Dora, FL: Splinter group from , one of the groups that broke away from the . Erhard, Warner: See . Esalen Institute, Michael Murphy, Big Sur, CA: , one of the original institutions for developing and promoting eastern /New Age philosophy.Esoteric: Hidden or deeper knowledge held by an elite few. Belief that there are mystical core truths underlying /unifying religions that are unknown to the uninitiated. See , . Esoteric Order of Dagon, Soror Azenath 23rd, Abita Springs, LA: Channel the energy of the Nu Aeon, collective unconsciousness, worship the Old Ones or Old Gods. ESP: Acronym for .ESPress, Inc., Washington, D.C.: . See . Essene Gospel of Peace, Edmond Bordeaux Szekely: , allegedly channeled by "," enlightenment, illness is a mistake. Essene Light Center, Mary L. Myers, Charlotte, NC: Has similarities to movement, belief in , , Father-Mother god. est, Warner Erhard: Personal transformation seminar promising individual growth, business management skills, stress reduction, etc. Teaches the world has no objective meaning, enlightenment, and to live moment to moment with no regard for the future. New Age themes. In the midst of mounting troubles, Erhard decided to leave the United States. Est was discontinued and replaced by The Forum. Similar to other transformational/encounter seminars such as . Eupsychia, Austin, TX: , , , .Evangelical Christianity: Evangelical (from the Greek good news or ) generally means a focus on the essentials of . The term can be used to describe all Christians or churches that hold to or give heavy emphasis to specific conservative beliefs. (In Germany, "Evangelical" is basically synonymous with "Lutheran.") These include: the authority and infallibility of the Bible, the nature of God (sovereign, holy, compassionate, personal, etc.), the sinful and fallen state of humanity, and through faith in the death, burial, and resurrection of as the only means of salvation. More specifically the term has come to be closely identified with a widespread trans-denominational shift towards more conservative Christian doctrine that developed after World War II. See .Evolutionary Kingdom Level Above Human, Richardson, Texas: Earlier name of , Marshall Applewhite's . Exaltation: In the teaching of , the highest form of salvation. It means to become a God, exactly like God the Father and Jesus Christ, and to produce and rule over one's offspring throughout eternity. Exit Counseling: (Thought Reform Consulting) A non-coercive technique (in contrast to ) designed to help rescue members of religions or cults that are considered false, harmful, or dangerous. The program usually involves a two to three day voluntary counseling session emphasizing education and dialogue, often with a licensed mental health professional, a former member of the group, and/or a specialist on dynamics. The approach stresses true personal and religious freedom in the context of providing additional information and full disclosure, which facilitates more informed decision-making. Family counseling and intervention techniques may also be incorporated.Extrasensory Perception (ESP): Alleged knowledge of an experience or a response to an external event apart from the five senses. This experience can take place either in a wakeful or dream state. Faith Assembly Church, Raymond Jackson, Jeffersonville, IN: Similar to . Publishes newspaper.