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It chronicles the development of alternative spirituality from embryonic beginnings to a universal trend: from its inception within the underground enclaves of Rosicrucians.
Historian Ian Mortimer contends as much in his new book Millennium: From Religion to Revolution: How Civilization Has Changed Over a Thousand Years. In an excerpt for Lapham’s Quarterly, Mortimer tells the story this way: Before glass mirrors, the best you could do was copper or bronze, but those mirrors reflected only 20 percent of light and were super expensive.The Utter Individualists An individualist mindset is, "I have received, sir, your new book against the human race, and I thank you for it.
No one has ever been so witty as you are in trying to turn us into brutes: to read your book makes one long to go about all fours." ~ Voltaire in a letter to Rousseau.Individualists believe that an individual’s life belongs to the person, and that the person has an inalienable right to act according to his own judgment; the individual is sovereign, and is the.