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Cults and Consequences

Rachel Andres

Cults and Consequences

The Definitive Handbook

by Rachel Andres

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Published by Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Ange .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cults,
  • Psychology, Religious,
  • Religious Cults,
  • Religion - Spiritual Warfare,
  • Religion

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8518391M
    ISBN 100962147877
    ISBN 109780962147876

    However, panelists stressed that mind control is being used by cults to recruit and maintain followers and can have dangerous and lasting psychological consequences. Cults that use mind-control techniques "have been able to do so with impunity, and the people who are victims of these techniques get no treatment," Scheflin said. This is a very well-researched book that explores the biological, psychological, and social reasons that people join cults. In addition to examining groups that are commonly thought of as cults (such as the Moonies), the author also looks at groups that have cult-like behaviors, such as Alcoholics Anonymous/5(7).

    Fifty years later, I am still here to tell you the story about growing up in a 45, member, religious cult called the Exclusive Brethren. You will get to know about my experiences of being brainwashed and my life being controlled by one man, ‘The Universal Leader,’ also called, ‘The Man of God.’. Steve Hassan, "Combatting Cult Mind Control," Park Street Press, Rochester, VT, ()Rachel Andres and James R. Lane, "Cults and Consequences: The Definitive Handbook," Jewish Federation Council of Los Angeles, () Robert B. Cialdini, William Morrow, "Influence," New York, ()Ronald M. Enroth, "Churches That Abuse," Zondervan Publishing House.

      Introduction. The Urantia Book, Urantia Foundation, Urantia Fellowship, and the Urantia three concentric circle symbol above (Banner of Michael) represent a modern-day Arian/Gnostic a followers reject the tenets of orthodox Christianity (particularly canonicity) and thus cannot be considered "Christian" by any traditional definition. Post-Cult After Effects. Margaret Thaler Singer, Ph.D. After exiting a cult, an individual may experience a period of intense and often conflicting or he may feel relief to be out of the group, but also may feel grief over the loss of positive elements in the cult, such as friendships, a sense of belonging or the feeling of personal worth generated by the group's stated ideals or.


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Along the arrival of a new generation, there was an increase of cultic movements and activities within them (Walsh, ). Common characteristics of harmful and destructive cults include a charismatic leader, an excluded group that opposes mainstream and traditional ideas, isolation from non-cult members, and ritual abuse (MacHovec, ).

Cults make unqualified claims about their leader’s. Cults: Faith, Healing and Coercion is a non-fiction book on cults and coercive persuasion, written by Marc Galanter (MD).The book was published in hardcover format in by Oxford University Cults and Consequences book, and again in hardcover in in a second edition second edition was reprinted by Oxford University Press, in March Cited by: --Part 7: Looking back --Former cult members speak out --Part 8: Legal issues --A report of the National Legal Seminar II --A report of the National Legal Seminar III --Litigating the cult related child custody case --The legal ramifications of deprogramming or exit counseling --Part 9: Closing comments.

Other Titles: Cults and consequences. Cults are a threat to individual freedom and family integrity, especially on college campuses. CULTS & CONSEQUENCES provides invaluable information which could prevent someone from joining a cult.

It will also help those who are dealing with a cult problem. An essential book to own. Cults and Consequences book Impact of Cults on Health Anne Tapper, RN, MA, MSN From: Nursing Spectrum, September, ; updated Reprinted with permission. This material can be used to earn contact hour of continuing education by calling / Nursing Spectrum is accredited as a provider of continuingFile Size: 51KB.

Enter the Kingdom of the Cults with Cultish; A program that explores the impact of the cults from a theological, sociological, and psychological perspective. Immerse yourself in the thinking, teaching, strategies, and consequences born out of the nefarious leaders of these movements.

The Book Brigade talks to cult survivor and expert Alexandra Stein. Cults and brainwashing are more common than you might think. The best defense is. This is the first integrated study of Greek religion and cults of the Black Sea region, centred upon the Bosporan Kingdom of its northern shores, but with connections and consequences for Greece and much of the Mediterranean world.

David Braund explains the cohesive function of key goddesses (Aphrodite Ourania, Artemis Ephesia, Taurian Parthenos, Isis) as it develops from archaic. 1. Consequences on the society: These are the consequences of cult activities which are suffered by the society at large they include the following; i.

Loss of innocent lives: Cult activities bring about the loss of innocent lives which may come about during violent cult clashes with other cult members or the police. Nearly half a century after the defeat of the Third Reich, Nazism remains a subject of extensive historical inquiry, general interest, and, alarmingly, a source of inspiration for resurgent fascism in Europe.

Goodrick-Clarke's powerful and timely book traces the intellectual roots of Nazism back to a number of influential occult and millenarian sects in the Habsburg Empire during its waning years/5(3).

Book Reviews - The Knowledge Illusion: Why We Never Think Alone. Pink Slip. We Disagree—Let’s Talk. Why Diversity and Dialogue Are Necessary, and How W The Evolution of a Cult and a Support Group for the Families of Its Members The Jim Roberts Group and The Roberts Group Parents Network.

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Lane. The fantasies thus fueled were played out with terrifying consequences in the realities structured into the Third Reich: Auschwitz, Sobibor, and Treblinka, the hellish museums of Nazi apocalypse, had psychic roots reaching back to millenial visions of occult sects.

Beyond what the TImes Literary Supplement calls an intriguing study of Reviews:   InLifton published his book “Thought Reform and the Psychology of Totalism: A Study of ‘Brainwashing’ in China” where he broke down the entire process of how a person or an entity can use 8 defined techniques to actually reform the way a person thinks and reasons.

The book, Cults and Consequences defines “cult” this way: “It is a group of people who follow a living leader, usually a dominant paternal male figure as its leader. The leader claims he is divine, God’s incarnate, the messiah, etc. It is a group in which membership is contingent on a complete and literal acceptance of his teachings.

People who have read books on various UFO topics have likely run across Jacques Vallee. He’s a well-respected scientist, and he approaches the research into the field without bias, leading to the interesting conclusions in Messengers of Deception.

Messengers of Deception: UFO Contacts and Cults. As cults clash, the likelihood of conflict and violence within and between countries will rise. We are all vulnerable, with political consequences. There is an urgency to prepare for this coming risk.

Becoming immersed in cult thinking is a slippery slope, and many can be susceptible to it without realizing it. But if dogma gets out of hand, the consequences can be catastrophic. Nazism, Stalinism and Maoism were all cults that turned ordinary people into mass murderers. And there have been thousands of others on a smaller scale.

In some cults members are taught intensive chanting and meditating procedures which in case of any attack on their beliefs can cover up all possible thoughts and doubts. Others can apparently reenter a trance state with a narrowed consciousness of reality the first moment that somebody questions or challenges their beliefs.

Cults: Questions and Answers. Michael D. Langone, Ph.D. What is a Cult. The term cult is applied to a wide range of groups. There are historical cults, such as the cult of Isis, non-western cults studied by anthropologists, such as the Melanesian cargo cults, and a host of contemporary cults that have caught the publics attention during the past fifteen years.

Watchman Fellowship maintains o files and a research library of o books and periodicals on religions, cults, new religious movements and related teachings.

The absence of a religious movement from this index does not mean that Watchman Fellowship endorses the organization.Dr. Janja Lalich Janja Lalich, Ph.D. is a researcher, author, and educator specializing in cults and extremist groups, with a particular focus on charismatic relationships, political and other social movements, ideology and social control, and issues of gender and sexuality.

She has been a consultant to educational, mental health, business, media, and legal professionals, [ ].Different cult experts have offered different opinions. Gordon Lewis, in his book Confronting the Cults, suggests that the term cult “designates a religious group which claims authorization by Christ and the Bible, but neglects or distorts the gospel— the central message of the Savior and the Scripture.”.