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DrTodd
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Here is a great new book from Johns Hopkins University Press on the effects of Harry Potter on the 'millennials'...

Serious food for thought:

http://harrypotterandthemillennials.net

Cheers

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Thanks! It reminds me that years ago, when the first movie was out, I published a book in French about the influence of Harry Potter on the perception of magic within the audience.
And how magic separates from mundane illusionnism from that point.
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I wonder if there are any studies on the effect of Dungeons and Dragons on values. I suspect Potter is a much larger phenomenon.
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Used to play dungeons and dragons in the 70s, wonder if anyone still plays it ?
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I use to play D&D and used some of the game locations as places to guide "Creative visualisations". Along with my Carlos Castaneda and Michael Harner's Way of the Shaman
Book, I was only about 14, started young Smile
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D&D is celebrating its 40 anniversary this year with some redesign.
The new players handbook is a major best seller for Amazon.
Just saying...
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[quote]On Aug 22, 2014, Louis Cypher wrote:
I use to play D&D and used some of the game locations as places to guide "Creative visualisations". Along with my Carlos Castaneda and Michael Harner's Way of the Shaman

Wow, Carlos Castaneda ,reminds me of my hippy day's,lol, use to really dig reading his stuff ,any one remember LOBSANG RUMPA?.
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LOBSANG RUMPA ! Sounds like a medical problem Smile
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I would recommend this book too if you are interested in this kind if thing .. and I am...
http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Guide-Har......15714919
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On Aug 22, 2014, Eddie Garland wrote:
D&D is celebrating its 40 anniversary this year with some redesign.
The new players handbook is a major best seller for Amazon.
Just saying...


Checked it out. Really nice!
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A bit over the top...nah...way over the top but I will share this here anyway...
http://darkdungeonsthemovie.com
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