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The Nation

The international movement founded by Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh has shrunk dramatically in membership since the mystic and a group of disciples moved to Oregon in 1981, The Oregonian newspaper reported. “Arid central Oregon rangeland, the changing spiritual climate of the 1980s and an increasingly hostile environment have taken their toll on the group,” the Portland newspaper reported in the first of a 20-part copyright series on the controversial sect, entitled “For Love and Money.”


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