Karma Cola: Marketing the Mystic East - Study Guide Part 11, Cowboys and Indians Summary & Analysis

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1 - A police officer commented, during the investigation of the murder of a white man, that "If the deceased was Hindu-minded ... it is the probable cause of death."

2 - The author comments on how more and more of the "Hindu-minded", both practitioners and seekers, are ending up dead.

3 - As an example of how extreme the influence and desire of such people can be, the author discusses (at some length) the history and activities of a Hindu cult called the Anand Marg.

4 - The author recounts anecdotes recounted to her about the sexual attractiveness of a particular serial killer, and of how two nuns apparently disappeared while studying with a charismatic, Tantric guru who, rumor has it, practiced ritual murder.

5 - Here the author recounts conflicting anecdotes about a man who, on the one hand, is reputed to be...

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