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Prof. Gene C. Sager

Professor of Philosophy and Environmental Ethics

Palomar College

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Palomar College

1140 W Mission Rd

San Marcos, California 92069

United States

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The Palomar/Pacific Coast Concert Band welcomes you in this our 32nd year. As a non-profit organization and steadfast partner of North County cultural life, our community band of 60 to 70 wind, brass and percussion players has performed a wide spectrum of ... more

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Gene Sager, a professor of philosophy and religious studies at Palomar College in California, wrote in an unpublished review of my book Forbidden Archaeology ( Cremo and Thompson, 1993): 'As a scholar in the field of comparative religion, I have sometimes challenged scientists by offering a cyclical or spiral model for studying human history, based on the Vedic concept of the kalpa.


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This essay was written by Prof. Gene Sager of Palomar College and revised for the Society of Ethical and Religious Vegetarians by the SERV Writing Committee.

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