Kabalarian Society

KABALARIAN SOCIETY was founded in VANCOUVER in 1930 by Alfred J. Parker (1897–1964) to promote a philosophy of personal fulfilment based on a belief in mathematical cycles. Practices include vegetarianism, physical exercises and a belief in the mystical influence of numbers and number combinations. On his death, Parker was succeeded as leader by Ivon Shearing, under whose leadership the society grew to about 1,500 Canadian members. In 1995 Shearing was accused of sexually assaulting female...

If you are already registered on KnowBC, login now to get access to the full article.

You may already have access to KnowBC through your school, university or library.

If you do not already have access to KnowBC, you can subscribe.