Volume 3, Issue 2, page 4

ual:uiue a, eerie' power, "uncle en- says -- if ne
can only get started. But there's the rub.
There are no preachers "passing the plate" to
support any religious plan except their own.
In fact, to judge from one of the late "Bulletins" issued by "The City of Dawn Plan", some
of them are extremely hostile to the idea, not
being willing for any of their followers to
look at any other of the 1,6p0 heavens and
1,600 hells which are their stock in trade.
It's downright discouraging, and quite maddening, "Uncle Edward" declares. All he wants to
give the world is peace, a guarantee against
war, schools where children can learn to contact their Creator and forget the many Gods,
sub-Gods, and street corner gangs -- and he runs
into 1,600 interpretations of the Bible.

Milligan admits heYs selling a plan -- and
not selling any religion. He doesn't care if
you're black or white, nun or none, Catholic
or hyphenated-protestant. A "taboo" posted
prominently on the walls of his office warns
that there will be no discussion of creeds or
beliefs -- and if the visitor has any idea of
converting "Uncle Ed" to his way of thinking,
he might as well take his own particular heavens and hells and nurse them where he will be
more appreciated. Milligan is planning a city
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"" the "
- -- aholy city -- forUnited and Combined
Religions of the Earth". No part is to be set
aside or dedicated to any particular sect or

The Wichitas as a site for this earthly
"heaven" was well chosen. Tradition says that
this area was sacred to the Plains Indians;
that warring tribes sheathed their arrows when
they came to camp and bathe in the healing
"medicine waters" of Medicine Creek. And, not
too far away, is another "holy city", in which
the annual Easter pageant draws from 125,000
to 225,000 visitors annually, who spend the
night upon the crass-covered hillside waiting
for the sunrise passion play".
"Uncle Ed", as he clumps over the sheer
iranite hillsides and points to "usable" and
unusable" rock near the unrevealed site for
his "City of Dawn", is very insistent that
soon the right persons will be contacted,
needed money will be found, and construction
actually can begin. In the meantiae, of course,
is the need of money for food, rent for the
"office", postage, and an over-due license for
his car.

We promised "Uncle Fd' that this story
would be continued when the first shovelful of
dirt on his "City of Darn' is turned.