There’s a new book out, not very soon, but in 2012, namely Contemporary Esotericism, edited by Egil Asprem and Kennet Granholm. Asprem mentions it in his blog:
Contemporary Esotericism deals both with theoretical and methodological issues, and with specific case studies. Thematically the articles range from modern Satanism and Chaos Magic, to Indigo Children, alternative health centres, and entheogenic neoshamanism. There is work on popular culture, conspiracy theories, and the Church of Scientology. And quite a bit more.
There’s a table of contents as well. Chapter 10 seems highly interesting, as it deals with esotericism and conspiracy culture (could offer perspectives on conspiracy culture within anthroposophy, even if it’s not about anthroposophy). As does the chapter on ‘psychic enchantment and the educated classes’. Also, perhaps, chapter 12 about esotericism and the radical right. Some people who read this blog may be interested in this book, I figure (and the paperback edition will be affordable, thank dog; see publisher’s website).