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8 years ago
bingowings
Chesterk55. I'm not very interested in what you claim are the rules, but what they actually are. What insane rules did Mrs Gault hand down, when and how did she do it. Times, dates, people that can be verified. If that can't be done, where does that leave you?
Forum: Destructive Churches
8 years ago
bingowings
Cbarb, to be honest, I've never read such an inaccurate representation of life in this church. There is no rule book and loads of members go on holiday and play sports, even as far back as the 80s. In fact Hugh black was very encouraging of it. Do you believe this stuff you write?
Forum: Destructive Churches
8 years ago
bingowings
ThePetitor The question was directed at happy survivor and you have distorted it. There are no "rules" that I am aware of. If you are going to accuse people of being "insane" and "sheep like" you should have some evidence. It would be easy to get a recording of a specific sermon (it's not about going to "leaders"), and then go to the preacher and as
Forum: Destructive Churches
8 years ago
bingowings
Happy Survivor: what are these "insane rules and regulations"? I've presumably been at the same meetings as you and I don't recall them being handed down. Are you just making stuff up? Again, exact quotes please and I will go away and check who said what
Forum: Destructive Churches
10 years ago
bingowings
QuoteRadhaGovindaDasI am betting that Siddha has about as much connection with the Hawaii Dharma Farm as George Washington does with the Washington Redskins. They probably just chant, read books and farm. And I would be surprised if there is any charismatic leader on the farm, either. Agreed. They have kirtans that you are invited to- not obligated to attend. They have a library that you are w
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
10 years ago
bingowings
They appear faaaar from fanatics. I say appear, because I do not know what they do at home. Kirtans and working they seem harmless enough. Secular.
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
10 years ago
bingowings
It is a friendly, loving, compassionate environment. All profits are kept quiet. We asked where all the money goes, and it took a few inquiries to finally get a, "All profits are put towards educating others about Krishna."
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
10 years ago
bingowings
I have lived on Dharma Farms previously for several months. Attended the Krishna gatherings, been around the people, worked the noni farm, and read books written by Chris Butler on reincarnation. Any questions for me? I have an insider's perspective. Aloha Farms seems more dangerous than Dharma. Many, many young girls pressured into chanting to fit in. Working for Krishna.
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
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