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Cults in Our Midst

Most people believe that cult members are mentally unbalanced or are misfits who live in remote places, like the doomed devotees of Jim Jones and David Koresh. We take comfort in the fact that the influences of cults are far removed from our everyday lives.Nothing could be further from the truth.Over the past two decades, in the United States alone, an estimated twenty million people have joined cults. Today, three to five thousand cults are working to recruit new members. At any point in…

Most people believe that cult members are mentally unbalanced or are misfits who live in remote places, like the doomed devotees of Jim Jones and David Koresh. We take comfort in the fact that the influences of cults are far removed from our everyday lives.Nothing could be further from the truth.Over the past two decades, in the United States alone, an estimated twenty million people have joined cults. Today, three to five thousand cults are working to recruit new members. At any point in…

The Truth Rundown - Leah Remini and Scientology Mind Control by Chris Shelton.

Sensibly Speaking #31   Opening Minds with Jon Atack

The Sensibly Speaking Podcast Rachel Bernstein on Scientology and Cult Recovery

Sensibly Speaking Podcast #75: Fair Game & Scientology with Steve Cannane

Sensibly Speaking Podcast Fair Game & Scientology with Steve Cannane

Scientology Infiltration into Society: Front Groups

The Church of Scientology does not just draw people in through its various churches and missions, but also has a worldwide network of front groups. The "soci.

A Peek Behind the Curtain of Scientology - KSW Explained by Chris Shelton, Part I.

Scientology is a destructive cult, but how do its members fall for it and why?

I've read pretty much EVERY John C. Maxwell book... totally great reads!

Failing forward: turning mistakes into stepping stones for success. Auteur: John C.

The book Scientology spent 27 years trying to ban. By Tony Ortega via the NY Post.

Bare-Faced Messiah: The True Story of L. Ron Hubbard by Russell Miller

One Year Ago Today: Did the Squirrel Busters Mark the Beginning of the End of Scientology? - Runnin' Scared

One Year Ago Today: Did the Squirrel Busters Mark the Beginning of the End of Scientology?

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Two down on this list of 52

Exposing the cult of Scientology Critical Q&A #15

Exposing the cult of Scientology Critical Q&A

The Church of Fear: Inside The Weird World of Scientology: Amazon.co.uk: John Sweeney: 9781909269033: Books

The Church of Fear: Inside The Weird World of Scientology

Cults, whether religious, political, psychotherapeutic or commercial, are unethically manipulative, seductive groups that exploit members and can control their lives. Drawing upon the clinical expertise of professionals and the personal experiences of those formerly involved in high-intensity mind-control groups, this book provides a guide to the cult experience. Practical guidelines are presented for helping former cult members manage the problems they encounter when leaving cults.

Cults, whether religious, political, psychotherapeutic or commercial, are unethically manipulative, seductive groups that exploit members and can control their lives. Drawing upon the clinical expertise of professionals and the personal experiences of those formerly involved in high-intensity mind-control groups, this book provides a guide to the cult experience. Practical guidelines are presented for helping former cult members manage the problems they encounter when leaving cults.

Captive Hearts Captive Minds « CultResearch.org

Captive Hearts Captive Minds « CultResearch.org

Scientology and PTSD via Chris Shelton on YouTube.

Scientology and PTSD via Chris Shelton on YouTube.

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