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*[http://www.pokrov.org/controversial/hoom.html HOOM - Controversial Groups]: a link repository for articles about the Order.
*[http://www.meta-religion.com/New_religious_groups/Groups/Christian/holy_order_of_mans.htm Holy Order of MANS] by Metareligion
*[http://www.roadtoemmaus.net/editor_interview.html Road to Emmaus]: A Journal of Orthodox Faith and Culture. A journal sponsored by Christ the Saviour Brotherhood
*[http://www.rickross.com/groups/hom.html Holy Order of MANS]. Information provided by the Rick A. Ross Institute
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The Holy Order of MANS (or HOOM) was a religious cult founded by ex-engineer Earl Blighton that started in the 1960s. It was based on another religious idea of Blighton and others called the Science of Man. MANS is an acronym for the greek words:
After denouncing the heresy involved with the religious movement, many of its members and hierarchy have joined the Orthodox Church under the name Christ the Saviour Brotherhood (or CSB). Raphael House, a property previously belonging to HOOM was originally an integrated charitable activity of CSB, but was incorporated as its own California nonprofit organization in 1991. It is under the OCA jurisdiction.
A thorough Orthodox explanation of the journey of the Holy Order of MANS and Christ the Saviour Brotherhood can be read in Again, Vol. 23, No. 1, January-March 2001, pp. 23-26
Some of the existing congregations that include former members/clergy of HOOM/CSB include:
- St. Herman of Alaska Orthodox Church (ROCOR) in Grand Rapids, MI. CSB.
- St. John (Maximovitch) the Wonderworker Orthodox Church (OCA) in Atlanta, GA
These links can be used to expand this article or for sources of information.
Holy Order or MANS
- Uniting All Faiths: A text of the HOOM.
- Holy Order of MANS from the Religious Movements Homepage
- Behind the Doors of Repentance: The Untold Details of the Journey of the Holy Order of MANS/Christ the Saviour Brotherhood and the St. Herman of Alaska Brotherhood into the Canonical Orthodox Church by Melanie Jula Sakoda, JD
- HOOM Summary by Melanie Jula Sakoda, JD
- HOOM - Controversial Groups: a link repository for articles about the Order.
- Holy Order of MANS by Metareligion
- I ask for your prayers. A post made on the orthodoxchristianity.net forums about life in a CSB parish.
- Road to Emmaus: A Journal of Orthodox Faith and Culture. A journal sponsored by Christ the Saviour Brotherhood
- Holy Order of MANS. Information provided by the Rick A. Ross Institute
- Holy Order of MANS in Google Directory.
- St. John Maximovitch Serbian Orthodox Church in Eugene Oregon