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4 months ago
antifruit
For anyone who thinks that only 'stupid people' can get lured into cults...and for anyone who is baffled that highly educated folk (doctors, lawyers etc) fall for Serge Benhayon's guff... "At first cult life is fun and alluring. “Love bombing” is the process where a new member is enveloped by this welcoming, exciting, and in some cases glamorous community. Early on me
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 months ago
antifruit
Universal Medicine is FINALLY geting some proper news coverage in the Uk. The Times ran a short article on Sunday March 10th about The Lighthouse headquarters in Frome. What stands out is that schools in the area are starting to pull out of their swimming pool contracts and hopefully it's only a matter of time before Simon Williams is ejected from the Chamber of Commerce in Frome. The BB
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
10 months ago
antifruit
The silent infiltration of schools, social, health and youth services has been going on for a the while and has been a main focus of UM. For all those who aren't quite sure how UM apparatus works: members/students can "volunteer" to join so-called "spheres" where they are then tasked with actively promoting UM modalities such as esoteric yoga to the wider public. There is
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
12 months ago
antifruit
It's so interesting to see that people in the affected communities finally feel empowered to speak out and make their opinions heard. For years and years Universal Medicine managed to suppress most of the negative opinions online and within those communities by harassing, bullying and aggressively combating any "detractors". On the Frome facebook group there was indeed a lively deb
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
1 year ago
antifruit
Seems like most of the interesting articles are hidden behind paywalls. Here's one from The Sunday Telegraph about the harmful effect the restricted UM diet has on babies and children. The Sunday Telegraph on October 20, 2018 by Jane Hansen " FRESH warnings about a former tennis coach who preaches eating only foods with good “vibrational” values and recommends “treatments” su
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