R.I.P. Writer Marilyn Ferguson
Marilyn Ferguson wrote many influential books about the human brain and psychiatric practices. Her best-selling The Aquarian Conspiracy (1980) did much much to establish the “New Age” movement in popular culture. Ferguson emerged in Los Angeles in the late 1960s where she studied pschiatry and became interested in the workings of the human brain. Her ideas were formalised her book the Brain Revolution (1973). Her Brain/Mind Bulletin from 1975 would gain 10,000 subscribers and establish her reputation.
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