top of page

After a revelation from God, Frank B. Robinson founded Psychiana in Moscow, in 1928. He rejected traditional religion and urged his students to tap the universal God Law for health and happiness. Psychiana had no churches, no ministers, no services. But through advertising and mail order, it became one of the largest employers in northern Idaho and one of the largest mail-order operations in the U.S. with millions of mailings and hundreds of thousands of subscribers.

Written by historian Keith C. Petersen and published by the Latah County Historical Society in 1991, this book explores the history of Psychiana.

(38 pages)

Psychiana: The Psychological Religion

    bottom of page