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Falun Gong

AuthorHongzhi Li Entered2001-01-05 22:59:46 by bcrowell
Editedit data record FreedomCopyrighted, doesn't cost money to read, but otherwise not free (disclaimer)
SubjectB. - Philosophy, Psychology, Religion
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Fred Mbogo strikes
by bicoherent (bi@bicoherent.tk) on 2004-04-06 08:59:52, review #397
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"As for phenomena that are intangible and invisible, but objectively existing and reflected into our physical world as real manifestations, they are avoided and treated as inexplicable phenomena." If this doesn't break the bogometer, I don't know what does.


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Great Writing
by 0 (0) on 2005-06-04 21:04:15, review #457
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Falun Gong has been a mystery to many Westerners. This author goes into great detail to explain all of the intricacies of Falun Gong and the rationalities behind it. I highly recommend it.

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