Interspiritual Movement? (and notes on forthcoming Ezine)

Hello all:

With the interest in THE COMING INTERSPIRITUAL AGE— widely reviewed and getting a lot of buzz, we hear talk now about how this paradigm might move toward making its way toward “movement” status.  Of course much of this is enigmatic but, bottom line, the message does continue to grow!  Jan. 8 will see Amazon releasing the book AND the book coming out in Kindle, and other e-version, formats.  Prices will fluctuate dramatically as competition comes into the matter, commercially.

The website www.thecominginterspiritualage.com should be up sometime soon and will also be quite a complete presentation of the emerging paradigm.

Similarly, Namaste will build a “one time only” EZINE around the book and the people and groups stepping up to participate are great.  Here is what that looks like as of now:

The line up right now for the EZINE looks something like this— these people are confirmed etc.  Sorry for the spacing probems!
Short Articles:

David Korten (YES magazine, and author of several bestsellers on spirit and economic change)

Ashok Gangadean (World Commission on Global Spirituality, CParliamentWR)

Nancy Roof (Editor of Kosmos)
Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee (Sufi Leader and Jungian Psychologist)
Mirabai Starr (author of God of Love, interspirituality for the Abrahamic faiths)
Phillip Hellmich (Shift Network/ Conflict Resolution expert)
Rupert Spira and Ellen Emmet (Teachers of Awakened Awareness)
Paul Chaffee (Editor, Interfaith Observer)
Rabbi Rami Shapiro (co-founder Spiritual Paths Institute)
Aster Patel (Aurobindo Ashram/Auroville)
Yasuhiko Kimura (Vision in Action)
Adam Bucko and Rory McEntee (New Monasticism movement)
Robert Toth (Thomas Merton Institute for Contemplative Living)
Ralph Singh (Sikh leader and convener of Wisdom Thinkers)
Will Keepin and Cynthia Brix (Satyana Institute)
Probable:  Ken Wilber [still in correspondence about it]
Feature on Interspiritual Education:
Rev. Diane Berke and Dr. Ed Bastian
Personal Comments on Bro. Wayne Teasdale:
Gorakh Hayashi (personal friend of Bro. Wayne)
Russill and Asha Paul (personal friends of Bro. Wayne)
Comments on Fr. Bede Griffiths:

Matthew Cobb (Director, Bede Griffiths Trust)

Tribute to Huston Smith:
Dr. Darrol Bryant

Tribute to Fr. Thomas Keating:
Dr. Janet Quinn

About the Temple of Understanding:
Alyson van Dyk (T of U CEO)

About the Parliament of the World’s Religions:
[being worked out with Director of Development Lisa Perry]

SO  ON WE GO!