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14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
blackhat, thanks for bringing up the topic of the Shadow. The archetype known as the Shadow represents the energy of the dark side, the unexpressed, unrealised, or rejected aspects of something. Often it's the home of the suppressed monsters of our own inner world. Shadows can be all the things we don't like about ourselves, all the dark secrets we can't admit, even to ourselves
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
I think you'll find there are rules at this forum for preaching. Besides that, the post was supposed to be humour.
Forum: Destructive Churches
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
And then this from someone called Casey: "Jack Oskar Larm" certainly does not sound like a common name. I did a random calculation in my head and arbitrarily concluded that the odds of there being 2 "Jack Oskar Larm's", both who have some reason to post about the JC's, is probably something like 5,299,488,374,859,938 to 1. You can probably google the name they giv
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
More of Dave's twisting of my intentions: At the same time Jack Oskar Larm (not to be confused with the Jack Oskar Larm who is Jessica Larm/Danko's brother, he tells us) is briefing them all on how they can get away with slander in the book they are preparing. It's true that I want to support and encourage ex-members to publish their testimonies. At the time I made the sugges
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
Quotefreedom fighterSeriously now: My dad's Mother was from Sweden. His Father was from Norway. My mom's mom was from Finland. Her father was from Germany. That would make me a quarter of each. Welcome to the melting pot of America. My Gramma Anne as we called her was pure Finnish. She was 9 when they came to America. She almost died, on the boat over, from a flu. Do you ever vi
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
FF, what Scandinavian parts exactly? Although I'm as Aussie as the next white fella, I was born in Finland... With regard to 'mate', we'd never call our 'better half' a mate - it's strictly reserved as a term between blokes, usually. John, yeah it's always been kind of embarrassing when Americans use that 'rooting for ya' term. And there suppos
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
Aussie, pronounced Ozzie (cos' we Aussies have a bit of laugh when Yanks say it with the s's). I'm speaking for myself, of course, cos' I dunno how John feels about it. And how do American's react to Yank? Because when we see one of your huge cars on our roads we call that a Yank Tank. Dag is universally a term of affection (well, sort of). It's not usual for fell
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
Also this: Article in The Age newspaper
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
Presently, I'm doing research on the Australian laws governing defamation and free speech. An interesting article here: Defamation law and free speech Quotes from this article: Writers can learn simple steps to avoid triggering defamation threats and actions. The most important rule is to state the facts, not the conclusion. Let readers draw their own conclusions. If you have to ce
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
Regarding the Wellspring group, it's nice that they have a link to this site on their links page.
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
But seriously, I would be cautious about a company like 'Crazyfox' because it sounds like the typical get-rich-quick-pyramid-scheme rubbish. I think you'll find that the only ones making money from this are those in control of the propaganda. I could be wrong...but I suspect that those who eventually get their fingers and wallets burnt will be posting here, soon!
Forum: Multi Level Marketing and Commercial Schemes
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
Quotefreedom fighter I need an Australian dictionary. Have a look here: Australian Slang Dictionary
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
Using more than one exclamation mark is generally considered hysterical (not the funny kind, either). And, greg, we already have one crazy fox!!!
Forum: Multi Level Marketing and Commercial Schemes
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
QuoteyasminBy the way Jack, you've received a Jesus Christian relative identity too: apparently you are "Jessica's brother". Welcome to the "new identity" subset...Of course we may end up being someone else instead soon... I know. I have been many things to many people. Dave enjoys the game of identity disclosure. It doesn't bother me. It's not like I�
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
QuoteDogmotherJack, I tried to PM you, but your box is full. You can PM or e-mail me. Several people have my e-mail address. Dogmother, you may be gone by the time you read this, but my PM is empty except for three messages. Strange that you can't reach me. I do have a hotmail account and a Facebook account... I've just made my email address (hotmail) available.
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
Oh, you can be so cunning, John! Like a... Sorry about sounding so new agey. I read too much, analyze even more...but I did say I have an artistic bent! Three oddballs sounds about right...just keep me out of it! Evil twin? Okay, so you're quite intuitive, too. And the best way to prevent fatigue is to drink less beer at midnight! Or is that more? Jack ;o}
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
QuoteDogmotherI have experience with publishing my memoir which has been on the market--doing well--for over two years. (Nothing to do with Dave and cults.) In a memoir you have to stick to the truth and try not to sensationalize and embellish which is a temptation. If you guys go that route, remember what happened to James Fry and his "A Million little Pieces." Where Dave i
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
Yeah, and when that doesn't work, they'll invite the drug companies to distribute Prozac and Vallium. It enrages me to think that a group like this is being so irresponsible. Good on you, Hope!
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
Great snake! The snake is a potent, positive symbol, especially concerning death and rebirth - the way it sheds its skin and is reborn. It is a powerful reminder to us of the Earth, having to spend its life literally embracing the ground with its whole body. Many cultures from Native Americans to Scandinavian Vikings saw the snake (or serpent) as a sacred animal. What a wonderful gift from
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
QuoteBlackhatIf someone thinks you have defamed them, you'll need a QC (Silk). But the purpose of the book would be biographical in nature. It wouldn't be an outright attack on McKay. There have been many precedents where people have written about their experiences within other groups or relationships. It would be a first hand account from the author/s' perspective. For instance,
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
Obviously, in keeping with the topic of this thread (i.e. US-Australian relations and why it's a good idea to visit this land downunder to do the Wellspring seminar), you're just gonna have to learn the language. Cobber is similar to the word mate = friend. BTW, It has just turned beer o'clock and the Coopers is tasting fine. Now, throw another roo on the barbie and get me another.
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
Oz is probably not proper slang, cos' we got Aussie and Straya. But with our weather at the moment, the whole country is one big 'Yellow Brick Road'. Yeah, you can call me mate, cobber! I'm holding off my beer until 'Beer O'Clock', which, for me, is 5pm. Cheers!
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
QuoteBlackhatThis is potent stuff. What a book! Legals will be a cost, of course, unless one of our posters is/knows a silk? I agree that if it happens, it should be balanced, giving due recognition to all the good things faithful people have done. A kind of "4 Corners" approach.....with due emphasis on the sombre and painful results?? "Faith, Folly and Fallacy - Life inside
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
Quotefreedom fighterBeing a cop fits for me...I felt a real joy that I've never felt. It seems right to me. Well, do it! As I've already said, I think you'd make a fine officer. I'm assuming you're from the US. Here in Oz, perhaps the best cop show ever made has just finished (and I mean EVER). If you ever get a chance to see it, I urge you to. It's called, EAST
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
Dogmother, from the sounds of it, there's a film script in it, too. LOL.
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
And, Rick Ross, I think if this book becomes a reality, a percentage of its sales would have to go to the RRI (Rick Ross Institute).
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
From everything I've heard and read, I think there would plenty of material for a good-sized book (not a tract or comic book-style thing). The hard work, which is slowly occurring here, is getting the stories down on paper. Initially, there doesn't have to be the obstacle of chronology - just get your memories down. Putting things in chronological order can always come later, and it&
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
Yeah, from what I can gather, the lady has plenty of dollars but lacks a great deal of common cents (sense). She really doesn't ever come across as someone with a sharp mind. In fact, I think she's an expert 'YES' woman: gullible and enthusiastic. Easy to ignore...
Forum: Celebrities associated with "cult-like" groups
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
John, as a beer drinker I'd love to try their brews. I particularly like the sound of 'Evolution' beer!
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
14 years ago
Jack Oskar Larm
Quotefreedom fighterI have a natural gift for drawing/painting/sculpting... You start to realise it's a blessing in disguise. So many people worry about the wrong things in life. A facade becomes so important. That's how so many never get out of bad situations-whether it's a bad marriage or whatever... Anyway, since then I've done a few murals and recently did a portrait
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
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