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7 years ago
The Anticult
There are some new critical reviews of OneTaste Urban Retreat Center at Yelp. A recent one is archived below, as they seem to be getting some negative reviews censored and removed from Yelp. Its interesting that the "homeless people" work is identical with Vic Baranco and Lafayette Morehouse years ago, as mentioned previously in the thread. There are many people who appear quite i
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
Rogue
This from the OneTaste Wikipedia entry: Quote..."orgasmic meditation" — involving partially-clothed, i.e. pantsless, mutual masturbation in a large group — and naked yoga. Many of OneTaste's longer-term members appear to be in open relationships with their boyfriends or girlfriends to leave room for opportunities of fully-involved and guilt-free sex with other people. How d
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
The Anticult
From the above VC list linked allegedly with Wikipedia, Reid Hoffman and Mitch Kapor have a few links with Reese Jones, who seems to be involved in all sorts of VS groups. "Reese is a strategic partner in several venture capital groups, including Telesoftvc, Accel, and August." This link also appears to state that Reese Jones was a "brain researcher". ____________________
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
The Anticult
Just as an aside, Jimmy Wales, and the other owners of Bomis.com were behind Wikipedia until 2003. "Bomis.com produced a free soft-porn site titled Bomis Babe Report[2] and a membership soft porn site at . They are no longer online" Clearly, wikipedia has serious cultish group Admin problems, and some secret venture capital investor questions. Who knows which people are behind th
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
The Anticult
One also must notice that Reese Jones does NOT have a Wikipedia entry. Why not? He owns and runs many companies and has been very active in the internet for decades in dozens of areas. Netopia, his former company he founded, has a Wikipedia entry. But they don't mention Reese Jones. Its the same Wikipedia entry as Farralon Computing, which was Reese Jones company, but they don't mention
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
The Anticult
ALL OF THESE LINKS ARE NOW DEAD, and the cache has been wiped. Since posted in the last couple weeks, they have gone dead, and the Nicole Daedone entry appears to have been deleted. QuoteGuruphobiacQuoteThe AnticultThere are also some links at this site, Mobissimo. It looks like Reese Jones is Nicole's one and only MobiFriend. Press PEOPLE. Nicole Daedone and Reese Jones Same wit
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
The Anticult
regarding Wikipedia being rigged by OneTaste, and also Lafayette Morehouse. Wikipedia seems to be moving toward being controlled by members of these types of cultish groups, so they can control related entries. As mentioned already, Jimmy Wales and Reese Jones seem to have a connection too. ___________________________________________________ 'Lord of the Universe' disciple exits
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
shakti
Just wanted to say "great work!", AC. You are really digging into some core stuff here. It is a bottomless pit. Keep it up. Several tips: the Norcal fusion of the military/industrial complex, the psychedelic counterculture, and "sex cults" of the One Taste variety is a long and sordid history. You are not finding something "new", but simply the way things work i
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
The Anticult
That message from the PSI member above, is a very standard technique. Verbal shaming. This is the reason the leaders of LGAT groups like PSI, Landmark, Vic Baranco (OneTaste, Nicole Daedone), Scientology, Byron Katie, and many others, all do so-called "charity" work for children, or food for homeless people. It has many pay-offs for them. Its good PR, it keeps people busy, good
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
7 years ago
The Anticult
The People Farm reference is important in this story. On the People Farm homepage, there is the quote that the Ranch is a "human relations laboratory." That is the exact same language as Nicole Daedone, and Vic Baranco. There is so much going on its hard to sort it out. But they claim they are doing "sexual research" for many reasons. One is to try and give everything a
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
corboy
Red Flag List from Heartless Bitches International Website The devil is in the details. This list gives 156 Red Flags. Scroll down and read #156. Then, go to the top and read your way down.
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
corboy
A tip to researchers: Anyone who wants to educate themselves as to the kinds of questions to ask when researching any sort of in-group that claims it is cutting edge, and re-arranges sexual boundaries as a way to create a new society, should get and read People Farm by Steve Susoyev. The events described happened thirty years ago and the group no longer exists. Half the battle is learn
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
corboy
Regarding the article from CG quoted above by Anticult: QuoteNicole: Yeah, it’s holistic. And I think a sex therapist — and this is just my assumption — would begin with an idea that there was something wrong, and I don’t necessarily think that anything’s wrong with anybody . "and this is just my assumption." here ND is, presuming to speak of what sex therapists do, a
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
The Anticult
These people truly are unbelievable, but believe it. They certainly have no shame, or even the most basic level of ethics or disclosure. One wonders what the price for an article in Common Ground is? Chandanni Miglino, one of the "writers" of the above Common Ground advertising article pretending to be a real article, is a follower of the Golden Guru OSHO-Rajneesh, who ran another
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
The Anticult
probably some former members of the San Francisco area underground sex-party, swinger, orgy scene might be able to shed some light on this. There is an article where Daedone talks about being in Hawaii in a sex-community, one assumes that is Vic Baranco's sex cult in Hawaii. Notice also the tuition is $12,000. With special arrangements for "work trade". (take a wild guess on that o
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
The Anticult
there are pages of big names in the world of the internets gazillionaires, of which Reese Jones is a member. His company Netopia was aquired by Motorola recently. "Netopia NTPA was acquired by Motorola in 2007 for $218m" Even Kevin Kelly is on the Mobi-list, and Robert Kandell had some reference to a guy KK, that attended a Seminar with him and N, which is Nicole Daedone, on
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
Guruphobiac
QuoteThe AnticultThere are also some links at this site, Mobissimo. It looks like Reese Jones is Nicole's one and only MobiFriend. Press PEOPLE. Nicole Daedone and Reese Jones Same with Kandell and Reese Reese Jones and Robert Kandell Reese Jones Nicole Daedone There are some notable names from the Internet/tech world in Reese Jones's Mobissimo network. Jimmy Wales, found
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
The Anticult
There are also some links at this site, Mobissimo. It looks like Reese Jones is Nicole's one and only MobiFriend. Press PEOPLE. Nicole Daedone and Reese Jones Same with Kandell and Reese Reese Jones and Robert Kandell Reese Jones Nicole Daedone
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
The Anticult
In an older blog posting, Robert Kandell said a... "generous friend rented the Stinson house again"... That post has now been removed from Google, and may have even been removed from his private blog, if anyone of his subscribers wants to check on that. These OneTaste folks are doing some serious internet scrubbing of inconvenient facts that must be suppressed. Can anyone co
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
The Anticult
OneTaste is doing ads on Craigslist for courses in Jan 2009. Notice how someone from OneTaste NYC wrote in Wikipedia that OneTaste is based on nominal fees for "members"? An utter deliberate bald-faced lie. Why don't the "honest" OneTaste people correct that? They are running ads for the 5 day program, that cost $1200 for members, and that does NOT appear to include accomod
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
corboy
It is impossible to stay high all the time. Why? Because feeling high happens when a nice burst of the right neurotransmitters saturate your body. Eventually those neurotransmitters get depleted. What comes up, must go down. A feeling of confidence (often equated with enlightenment) cannot last, either. You feel confident only in relation to whatever situation you are in.
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
The Anticult
yes, its the same old salespitch, that someone can teach you to stay high all the time, and end all your suffering, this time with the eternal orgasmatron. Nicole Daedone in that video, says that she was disappointed that each time the enlightenment "high" didn't last, and she can teach you how to make it last...for a price. One hopes people realize this is utter nonsense. Its a com
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
Rogue
I know a young woman who said she lives part time at OneTaste. Sex or OM's or anything similar was never mentioned. She mentioned group discussion seminars only. She has no idea that I did some background reading on the group. I really do not understand all this and don't know if she is actually allowing random men to "stroke" her as if its no big deal. Not something I really wan
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
corboy
Another article from the Heartless Bitches International site. It reviews an article by a self proclaimed 'Seduction King' that was published in 1997 in Studio. According to the HBI review, this upstanding citizen went so far as to mention his techniques. Thus, it is a warning to all, especially young persons, that feelings of love, and even ecstacy, can be produced by someone who do
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
Guruphobiac
It's the same old utopian enlightenment promise, in a sexualized form. Get and stay high all the time, transcend the pain and boredom of everyday non-enlightened human life, glorify the ego by focusing on one's "experience."
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
The Anticult
There is a previous link in which Robert Kandell stated that Nicole Daedone had studied under Victor Baranco for 7 years. Since that info was linked to, that has also been removed from the internet! CENSORED!! (by Robert Kandell, he deleted everything at Tribe since it was linked to, what else has been censored?) according to Robert Kandell... "She has spent the last seven years devot
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
The Anticult
It would be interesting for some folks in SF to do some research on whether or not, or to what extent Reese Jones may or may not be involved in financing OneTaste. Anyone out there have any info either way? for example, a journalist could look into the leases related to OneTaste, the Folsom Street SF site, warehouse and adjacent spaces where massages are offered, spaces around the Blue Chalk C
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
The Anticult
Someone from OneTaste NYC has just gone and rigged the Wikipedia entry for OneTaste on 21 December 2008. It was done by someone in New York City, their ISP, location, and other information is available through checking the IP address on Wikipedia. Notice how the Wikipedia entry was changed on Dec 21, the same day the information came out that a certain person named REESE JONES was alleged
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
corboy
Written by a person who has been in polyamorous relationships: An article that may give assistance in discerning when a relationship or group is worthwhile or not. Poly People I Can Do Without
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
The Anticult
and more YELP reviews are coming in, and other than the reviews obviously planted by OneTaste members, they are not flattering. Some recent reviews point out some of the techniques being used by OneTaste. In review #2, a person comments how they were able to see through the typical recruiting technique of looking for people with LOW-SELF-WORTH by criticizing them to make them feel bad, and the
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
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