Ursula Caberta called law for religious consumer protection Mrs Ursula Caberta, the sects Bruchsal-09.12.2009 – and Scientology representative of the Hamburg Senate, has a law for religious consumer \”. At the presentation of the book Isoterik\”the author has also said that there must be more information by providers of seminars of the esoteric and occult practices over method and target of the workers and of the own qualification. It is also a good idea to request a four-week withdrawal from purchase contracts. Also, the burden of proof should be reversed, so that mental or physical damage of the providers in the future must establish, that his esoteric practices have caused no damage. NY Museums helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. According to words of the book author Hartmut Zinser (religious studies at the free University of Berlin), about every fourth adult in Germany practiced mysticism such as Tarot cards, pendulums, or survey of dead (channelling).
More cautious estimates, the esoteric market has a turnover of nationwide about 17 billion Euro. It is very problematic in any case, when gems would be used as a remedy against malaria, toothache or replace medical treatment. Also prevented esoteric practices\”that individuals take responsibility for their actions, said Zinser. Esoteric know no morality. Zinser also says: he knew of young people who decided whether they are candidates for an apprenticeship or not also using a pendulum. Who supposedly know the glasses back he’s going to die soon could get psychological problems after the meeting.
The luck stone\”the mother does not help with a math work and bring the child in trouble, if work is still bad. Should also be about the breakup of a marriage not the Archangel Michael with channeling \”decide advices from beyond the grave. \”Sects – and Scientology representative Caberta\” reminds that the Senate of Hamburg a mid-1990s life management assistance Act \”had brought to the religious consumer protection on the way.