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Periodical: Spiritual Frontiers Fellowship

Summary:  From Pat Deveney's database:

Spiritual Frontiers.
Other titles: Gate Way / Spiritual Frontiers: Quarterly Journal of Spiritual Frontiers
Monthly (10 issues a year, except for July and August), bimonthly, then quarterly
Evanston, IL, Independence, MO.
Publisher: Spiritual Frontiers Fellowship.
Editor: Edmond G. Dyett; Martin Ebon.
1/1, September 1956-1985(?). 6-16 pp.

The cost of the subscription was included in the Fellowship dues.) From 1962-1968 the journal was published as Gate Way, and then the title reverted to Spiritual Frontiers. In 1970 it became Spiritual Frontiers: Quarterly Journal of Spiritual Frontiers Fellowship. The Fellowship is a non-denominational organization begun by Arthur Ford and devoted to the study of the common thread of eastern and western sacred traditions. The Fellowship organized retreats and lectures (by the likes of Marcus Bach) on topics like auras, the paranormal in the Bible, Edgar Cayce, NSAC Lily Dale has scattered issues 1960-1970; BL; Northwestern University; Claremont School of Theology; GTU, Berkeley; Emory University; and other locations.

Issues:Spiritual Frontiers Fellowship V4 N5 May 1970

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