Re: Mooji a cult?
Date: June 29, 2019 06:57AM
and welcome to the discussion. Thank you for telling us about the armed body-guards, which I think a lot of people here will be curious about. I think Mooji has used body guards for some time, although I did not know they were armed.
We had also heard about the death threats from another contributor to this forum- I believe it was Constantin, if my memory serves me correctly. I think he reported that the death threats were not that uncommon- it seems very odd!
Although you do have to wonder if death threats were not being reported to the local police and being dealt with appropriately? Or do the Moo group not want the authorities to be involved for some reason? There are a lot of questions that we don't know the answers to.
It seems the Mooji-ites are tightening up security by eliminating silent retreats and having gatherings that are only for those who have proved how faithful they are. It's going to be very difficult for them to control who comes into their group, though, because they seem so reliant on constantly drawing in new recruits via the internet.
The process of assessing and indoctrinating these people is labor intensive and time consuming. These people are also 'unknown quantities' - how are they to know if an undercover reporter or journalist will not be among the new recruits?
I notice that they are currently trying to fill about five positions of employment at Monte Sahaja via recruitment over the internet. In order to apply for employment, you have to have been to a silent retreat or Moo intensive and have already visited Monte Sahaja. That rules out a lot of potential employees! Since there are already a few hundred people living at Monte Sahaja, give or take, then why aren't they able to fill positions from the pool of labor they already have? Why are these current
inmates residents so inept as to be unemployable?
Just viewing the Moo group from a business-model perspective ( as it is indeed a business) it doesn't seem to be run efficiently .