How a UFO Cult Reacted After Doomsday Passed - 2011-05-21

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F197.png How a UFO Cult Reacted After Doomsday Passed May 21, 2011, Gena Marshall, International Business Times

It begins with a housewife from Chicago by the name of "Marian Keech", who had mysteriously been given messages in her house in the form of "automatic writing" from alien beings on the planet Clarion.

Festinger and his associates become fascinated with the UFO cult after reading an interesting item in their local newspaper headlined "Prophecy from planet Clarion call to city: flee that flood."

'When Prophecy Fails', a classic book published in 1956 by Leon Festinger describes their study of a UFO cult that believes the end of the world is at hand.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | first = Gena | last = Marshall | title = How a UFO Cult Reacted After Doomsday Passed | url = https://web.archive.org/web/20110714040823/http://losangeles.ibtimes.com/articles/149642/20110521/harold-camping-may-21-doomsday-earthquake-ufo-cult.htm | work = International Business Times | date = May 21, 2011 | accessdate = December 13, 2019 }}