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Best Answer Debra Allen says
Thanks for the article; it was very interesting! The cult I was in fit 6 of those 10 descriptions. Another disturbing thought; it was in the "good old days", when people were more religious, when the US committed atrocities against the Natives...
There is a pattern with them when u dont agree with them, 1 they tell U they R afraid 4 UR Soul. 2 that U R 2 far gone and will pray 4 UR soul. 3. They will start calling you names. 4. Twist UR words. Some will stalk U,
wow great article, very informative. I understand all this, its almost like they become robots, and brainwashed and satan worshipers without knowing so.
You are exactly right Rayne.
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Paul Swendson says
It's true that social isolation is a common tactic cults use. They also get them to not trust their judgment. The ultimate definition though is threatening members with eternal hell and damnation if they ask too many questions or try to leave.
"A congregation that craves a leadership" - these are definitely prototypes of those that join cults! That's why cults proliferate during hard economic times and social upheaval. Both were happening to me at the time.
Please post the link to the video. Also be aware that people don't deliberately CHOOSE to join cults.They do because it meets their needs. We all know to avoid the outrageous, like child molestation, so cults don't show that until it's too late.
sorry I meant to post the link, here it is, it looks heaven on earth, dont be fooled any1. If u say it meets their needs are they not "choosing" to go their, in a way they are
That looks beautiful and fascinating! It's easy to see how seductive joining such a group can be.
I posted my story on my HubPage. It's titled, "My Experience in a Cult".
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