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Center for Borderline History

Center for Borderline History

Founded in 1984 by individuals interested in borderline history (defined by the center as "the study of occult forces upon the evolution of the world"). It examines the influences of occult forces in past as well as contemporary history, identifies these forces, and defines their objectives. The center disseminates findings in various publications. Address: 2336 Bloor W., Box 84662, Toronto, ON, M6S 1T0 Canada.

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