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Hellbent for Enlightenment:
A fascinating account of Rosemary Lansdowne's spiritual odyssey with Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and her confrontation with religious fascism. The author describes how she went from being the director of Canada's Mortgage and Housing Corporation to a cook at the infamous Oregon ashram.
This is an insider's look at one of the most interesting chapters in twentieth-century American religious life. For two years in the late 1980s, Rajneesh was a media mainstay, attracting thousands to his teachings and scandalizing thousands more.
Lansdowne looks directly into the evil that emerged from within the Rajneesh commune and the fanaticism that ultimately brought down the ashram and ended in the deportation of its spiritual leader. For the first time, light is shed on how such negative behavior evolved within the tight-knit group of devotees. [via]