I don't know how I got through vacation without checking in on the Montana News Association, the astounding media organ that produces stories none of us brain-washed drones in the antique media dare to write. The latest expose: "Author wants to enlighten Christians about yoga's demonic influence." Read on, if you dare:
While conducting research for the book, Hunt says he studied the roots of yoga and interviewed many people who have practiced it. As a result of his investigation, he says he has concluded that the techniques employed in yoga are not designed primarily to promote health but to put participants in a mental state similar to that of hypnosis.
This won't convince Don Cyphers, the mastermind behind MNA, since he already believes I take my marching orders from Satan, but I'm here to testify that the only mental state yoga induces in normal persons is rapid eye movement, which may or may not be similar to being hypnotized. If your religious beliefs are so fragile that they would be threatened by a session of yoga, the demons are probably going to get you anyhow.