Death of Twelve Tribes founder leaves future uncertain for international Christian movement founded in Chattanooga

Source: Chattanooga Times Free Press 3rd February 2021 February 3rd, 2021 | by Wyatt Massey Staff photo by Wyatt Massey / The Yellow Deli on McCallie Avenue is pictured on Jan. 28, 2021. The restaurant is run by the Twelve Tribes, a religious community whose founder died this month, raising questions about the future of the…

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Kate Wiseman interview on Phish female fans radio

PART 1 OF INTERVIEW aired on October 13, 2019 Content Warning: This episode contains true stories of severe abuse Part one- 12 Tribes Cult- Interview with Kate Wiseman (ex-member), daughter of Ed Wiseman, the co-founder of the 12 Tribes Cult. Hear Kate’s experience of being born, bred and raised within this cult for 30 years….

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FBI Documents Show Alleged Child Sex Abuse

WARNING: This article sensationalizes and exagerates even lies about what is actually in the FBI’s vault. But it also reflects the testimonies true, or not of those witnesses who spoke to the FBI. It will stay on this website until a better article summing up the FBI’s records is made public. So the reader is…

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How A Dangerous Cult Endangered Our Family: My Untold Story

Source: Pulpit and Pen by News Division · Published April 13, 2019 · Updated April 14, 2019 Before I told this story, I wanted enough time to pass to de-escalate a highly volatile situation. But, it’s a story that needs to be told. A little more than a year ago, I made contact with a…

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The Yellow Deli Twelve Tribes Communists

Source:  Nehemiah’s Wall Posted on June 27, 2018    In this episode of Hebrew Voices, The Yellow Deli ‘Twelve Tribes’ Communists, I sat down with two members of a Tennessee commune who keep the Sabbath, feasts, and eat “Biblically clean”. As I enjoyed a delicious cup of their coffee, we discuss replacement theology, the verses…

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Yellow Deli’s Twelve Tribes back in the spotlight as subject of new podcast, documentary

Source:Times Freepress May 19th, 2018 by Rosana Hughes   A decade after its return to Chattanooga, the controversial religious group behind the Yellow Deli restaurant on McCallie Avenue and many other businesses around the world is finding itself back in the spotlight. A new investigative podcast, “The Twelve,” will detail the history and beliefs of…

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Ex-member interviewed about his new book

April 2018: Interviewed by Sea to Sea (a youtube program of mystery and paranormal) Sinasta Colucci has a  candid but serious long look at his experiences as a “disciple of Yahshua”. He shares his insights with lightheartedness and invites us to read his newly published book: “Better than a Turkish prison, what I have learned…

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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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OSHA Complaint Filed Against Plymouth, MA Construction Company

Source: UnitedAllianceServices The BOJ Construction (Plymouth, Mass.) website is simple and replete with pictures of gorgeous woodwork and impressive commercial projects. Those who’ve used BOJ say that they are highly skilled and keep their commitments. However, BOJ was reportedly under federal investigation by OSHA for potentially violating child labor laws. In a report by Fox…

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