Gaslighting: State Mind Control and Abusive Narcissism

Vanessa Beeley 21st Century Wire Exceptionalism: the condition of being different from the norm; also:  a theory expounding the exceptionalism especially of a nation or region. There are many theories surrounding the origin of American exceptionalism. The most popular in US folklore, being that it describes America’s unique character as a “free” nation founded on democratic…

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My accidental sleep over with a cult

Source: Cynthia Stewart August 3, 2015 I docked my canoe at Watermelon Campground at last. I had just paddled about 150 miles on the Shenandoah River, which flows parallel to the Appalachian Trail in the Shenandoah Mountains of Virginia. Hikers call this aqua-blazing, as opposed to following the white blazes that mark the Appalachian…

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Waiting for a family — A happy ending to a sad story

Source: Cult Help and Information Original article from Syracuse Herald American, Sunday, April 13, 1997. After eight years on the run, her sons are home again.  Reclaiming kids from cult took Scriba woman across America. By Janet Gramza and Todd Lighty When the phone call finally came, Laurie Johnson’s heart soared.  After an eight-year search…

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Exposing the false gospel of Twelve Tribes (video-2015)

From Christian group in Louisville, Kentucky: Published on Jul 22, 2015 We encountered several deceived young men during our ForeCastle Festival Outreach. They tried desperately to convince us that the gospel was sharing one bank account and living in a community. The Twelve Tribes cult – like all other false religions- hold to a…

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Is the Twelve Tribes a Cult?

Source: Goodmanson blog There are many ‘anti-cult’ sites (Rick Ross Twelve Tribes resources, Twelve Tribes-EX) that attack the Twelve Tribes for being a cult. Their claims often attack positions the Twelve Tribes takes on discipline, lifestyle and Biblical authority. I’ve had a couple people request feedback from my stay at the Twelve Tribes commune in…

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Religious sect elder convicted in Germany of causing bodily harm for hitting child with switch

Source: Metro Toronto By: Staff The Associated Press Published on Mon Nov 23 2015 BERLIN — A 54-year-old elder from a Christian sect in southern Germany has been convicted of causing bodily harm by hitting a child in his care with a 1.2-meter (four-foot) switch. He was sentenced to six months probation. The “Twelve Tribes”…

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