The Kingdom of the Cults Setting & Symbolism

Walter Martin
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Brooklyn, New Yorkappears in non-fiction

Headquarters for Jehovah's Witnesses.

Boston, Massachussettsappears in non-fiction

Headquarters for Christian Science.

Salt Lake City, Utahappears in non-fiction

Headquarters for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons).

Wheaton, Illinoisappears in non-fiction

American headquarters for Theosophical Society.

Wilmette, Illinoisappears in non-fiction

Baha'i temple with nine sides, nine pillars, nine avenues, nine gates, and nine fountains emphasizing the unity of all the great religions of the world.

Boston, Massachussettsappears in non-fiction

The location of the Unitarian Universalist 2,000-member Church of the Large Fellowship.

Clearwater, Floridaappears in non-fiction

World headquarters for Scientology.

Big Muddy Ranch in New Jerseyappears in non-fiction

Place of worship for Rajneeshism.

Meccaappears in non-fiction

Birthplace of Muhammed, the prophet of Allah.

Silver Spring, Marylandappears in non-fiction

Headquarters for Seventh-Day Adventists.

Baltimore, Marylandappears in non-fiction

Swedenborgian Church organized here.

San Jose, Californiaappears in non-fiction

Headquarters for Rosicrucianism.

Bibleappears in non-fiction

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