The Twelve Tribes (WWOOFers in France)

December 22, 2012 /  C  /  Make A Comment  /  Blog Post / Edit Source: popoetmax blog- or look at complete article posted here on our website text translated by Rosemary Cruzado Published December 22, 2012 We did some woofing in a “community” . After a warm welcome by the charismatic leader, we gradually realized that it was…

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WWOOFers Comments & experiences

WWOOFers in France (link here to translated article) We did some woofing in a “community” . After a warm welcome by the charismatic leader, we gradually realized that it was a real cult. All people have Hebrew names, beard (for men!) A scarf (for women) and a diadem on their heads. The first days were…

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Totally broke, need assistance, family just came out of the TT

Please go their Go Fund Me donation page: https://www.gofundme.com/totally-broke-need-assistance My four kids and I began our lives in February, ending a 20+ years long experience in the The Twelve Tribes. Friends and family have been extremely helpful, but starting out financially has been difficult.Recently, someone we trusted crashed our car, and will not own up….

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Gems, pearls and diamonds – Spriggs/Yoneq Quotes

 TT (Yoneq/Spriggs) teachings concerning being “perfect” for outsiders and withholding the truth or outright lying in order to “make a stand:” “The only thing we have to be perfect in now is confessing our sins and speaking to people on the outside.  Or your conscience will haunt you night and day.” “There is a difference…

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Predators on Campus : An Inside Look at Cults

Source: Cult education Jillian Risberg Cults are probably the last thing on your mind when considering a place of higher learning for your son or daughter, but these groups regularly use college campuses to enlist kids aching for a sense of community far from then glare of discipline. Many people erroneously believe people joint cults…

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Reviews of cult run Restaurants

Source:  Itinerant Daughter’s Blog September 21, 2016 We’re pleased to present our first episode in “Mouthwashed!,” a series of reviews of cult-run restaurants. This week, the Spiritually Adventurous Eater visits the Yellow Deli in Rutland, Vermont, run by a group known as the Twelve Tribes. This week, the Spiritually Adventurous Eater visits the Yellow Deli…

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Visiting the Cafe That’s So Good You Forget it’s Run By a Cult

Source: VIce-10th August 2016 By Maddison Connaughton and James Courtney August 10, 2016 Katoomba is a strange place. Probably the best description I’ve heard is that it has “a strong Twin Peaks vibe.” It’s a small town, surrounded by the beauty of the Blue Mountains, seemingly populated by busloads of camera-clutching tourists and backpackers with…

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Posts justifying slavery and child abuse appear on Blue Blinds Bakery Facebook page

Souce: MassLive By Alban Murtishi, MassLive.com Follow on Twitter on July 11, 2016 at 4:54 PM Recent posts advocating for the return of slavery and corporal punishment of children have appeared on the Facebook page of The Blue Blinds Bakery in Plymouth leaving some question as to their origins. The most recent post alleges that the page…

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