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Andrew Keegan, '90s Heartthrob, Founds New Religion Called Full Circle

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Photo of a Facebook web page, Full Circle Venice.

By    |   Thursday, 04 Dec 2014 06:53 PM

Andrew Keegan, the '90s film star best-known for his role in “10 Things I Hate About You,” has started a new religion called Full Circle.

Located in Venice Beach, California, Full Circle is a New Age style of church that’s already gathering a following and, like any good start-up congregation, they have a Vimeo video that explains what they’re about.

Set to snappy music, the video says, “We are leaders, artivists, music, spirit and love,” among other things.

A Vice writer said the people he talked to at the church described it as “advanced spiritualism" or "the highest spiritualism founded on universal knowledge."

Keegan, along with his girlfriend, identified only as Leah, told Vice that Full Circle wants to promote the individual “becoming truly themselves outside of defined boundaries.”

“Synchronicity. Time. That's what it's all about. Whatever, the past, some other time. It's a circle; in the center is now. That's what it's about," Keegan explained the church's name to Vice.

After a ceremony involving water crystals and a meditative energy focused on ending Israel and Palestine conflict, Keegan told Vice, “We're very, very aware of the shift that's happening in the mind and the heart, and everybody is on that love agenda. We're very much scientifically, spiritually, and emotionally aware of how it works, meaning that there's power in the crystals, there's power in our hearts, there's an alignment, there's a resonance ... and it transfers through water."

On its website, Full Circle says it’s a “non-denominational non-profit community-based center located in the heart of Venice, CA, known for its diversity, open-mindedness, and creativity. We offer an experiential environment where people can creatively expand their social relations and connect with other members of their community. We do this through live performances, art exhibits, film screenings, yoga and dance classes, workshops, forums and other special events. Full Circle promotes the general welfare through collective efforts that enhance the health, safety, peace, morals and comfort of the community.”



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