By The American Conservatives editorial staffIn the 1980s, the publishing giant of the New Age movement was buying religious and spiritual magazines.
It was the birth of the “triangle” journal, which would eventually grow to become the largest religious publication in the world.
But the “Triangle” business journal, with more than 150 publications, is in dire straits.
It has been losing money for several years, with the publisher saying it is “in a tailspin.”
The magazine is in the middle of a $10 million buyout.
It is a tale of two journalsIn the early 1980s the New Agers, who came from the worlds of science fiction and science fiction-style writing, began to publish the works of the great American writers, including H.P. Lovecraft, Ursula K. Le Guin, William Gibson and Isaac Asimov.
The New Age, with its “new age” beliefs about a new, more enlightened era, was considered to be the spiritual successor of the mainstream religious beliefs of the 1960s.
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, they began to lose subscribers to the journals, which were known for their political leanings.
In the late 1990s and 2000s, a wave of religious publishers began to emerge.
They were able to sell their titles in the “big three” of the major publishing houses: HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, and Simon & Fisher.
At the same time, a new “triangles” journal was emerging, with several of the authors in the New-Age scene, such as John Green, Michael Pollan and Bill Clinton, signing on to the publication.
The New Age publishers have also seen a drop in sales.
As a result, their print business is in trouble.
The “Triangles” business magazine has been one of the biggest names in the business.
It published the works and insights of H. P. Lovecraft and the writings of H, P. Harlequin and others.
But the publishing house has had to cut down its staff, and the publication has been in a tailspins.
“The Triangle” business has lost money since 2010.
In addition to the buyout of the publisher, the New York Times reported last week that the publisher has been forced to reduce the number of staff members at the magazine.
The Times said the publisher was forced to cut “several hundred jobs, including about two dozen people, over the past few years.”
The Times also said that a new editor, who has been named, will take over the publishing operation in 2018.
The editor, whose title is “Gone,” was not immediately available for comment.