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> One needs the continuance of beings with minds in cultures.
I think this is not a sufficient explanation....the overall Northeastern US
culture of the time seems fairly receptive to
the birth & nurture of many of these types of cults/sub-religions/etc. Many
survive to this day quite happily. This lot did not, and the fundamental
difference is a lack of genetic transference.
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