Book publishers and book stores are finally getting rid of the archaic "occult" category of books. They will no longer segregate religions into different categories based on how mainstream they are. All religious books will go under the "religion" section. Books related to spirituality or practices that aren't actually a religion (tarot cards, etc) will go under a Mind/Body/Spirit category.
For most non-Abrahamics this simply means books about our faiths will go where they've always belonged. But for some, this means they're going to find their bible study books mixed in with Books of Shadows, Druidic Rites, the Heathen Eddas, and texts of assorted other religions they used to happily avoid by segregating them.
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