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3 days ago
corboy
Here is a list of QAnon jargon and catchprases. 5D Consciousness Ascension Brainwashed Doctors COVID-1984 Deep State “Do your research” “Do your research” Disclosure “Don’t let yourself be ruled by fear” Down the rabbit hole “Enjoy the show” Forced penetration The Great Awakening Looking at all viewpoints “Mainstream media” (MSM) Mockingbird Media Microchipped “My body my
Forum: Hate Groups
4 days ago
corboy
Please forgive me for asking: Do Butler devotees have pictures of him in their houses? I had a friend in a strange little non Butlerite sect. She and her husband had a large framed picture of their guru in their bedroom on the wall facing the foot of their bed. (Corboy pauses to vomit)
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
4 days ago
corboy
(Corboy aside)In sophisticated groups you learn how to impersonate being smilingly serene and above it all, when challenged by an outsider or by outside information. After years of behaving this way, you risk becoming a performance instead of being a person.)
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
4 days ago
corboy
"...skip forward and you are mopping their floors and cooking and building websites and doing photography and helping at retreats all because apparently you are serving a pure devotee or a disciple of a pure devotee. "None of them have any contact with him by the way" (Quoted from article given below) The author of this post lives in another country and recently left a br
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
5 days ago
corboy
Soggydog wrote: QuoteSince about a year after the Columbine shootings, I've been practicing what I've come to call 'random acts of deep listening as a spiritual practice'. It assures that I 'get my fix' most days, often with people I've never encountered before that moment. When I can remember to, I will listen to what people say and also to the silence bet
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
5 days ago
corboy
I dont know if this will help. For me the deepest healing came when I found out what it was like to be connected and attuned with people in an ordinary, human way. Rarely had this growing up. When I feel connected enlightenment seems unnecessary. When I spend long periods examining my own aware ness I get isolated, unconnected w people, depression returns. When I rejoin with people thing
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
12 days ago
corboy
Miracle stories are common currency in Vajrayana (aka 'Tibetan Buddhist) groups. Ditto for Gurdjieff groups. This readiness/will to believe would make it quite easy to pass from Vajrayana, to a Theosophical or Sufistic group, or any group which bonds through making and telling miracle stores. Here's an example of how personal hopes plus social context affect one's beliefs.
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
12 days ago
corboy
This was written by a disciple a sect whose leader broke away from the Hare Krishna group. Change a few names and terms and it applies to theosophical and sufistic groups as well. In non Muslim sufistic (and even Muslim Sufi groups), social bonding comes when members and aspiring members hear and tell miracle stories about the masters, Babas, sheikhs, pirs, murshids. QuoteYou see, one has
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
13 days ago
corboy
Almost My Entire Church Has Fallen For It
Forum: Destructive Churches
13 days ago
corboy
Urban Dictionary definition of "Catfishing" QuoteTop definition Catfishing The phenomenon of internet predators that fabricate online identities and entire social circles to trick people into emotional/romantic relationships (over a long period of time). Possible motivations: revenge, loneliness, curiosity, boredom by 2Sweet&Naive February 01, 2013 What are the t
Forum: Hate Groups
13 days ago
corboy
Search Engine: Google dot com Search Terms: cult kauai love has won ‘My Sister Is Running A Cult With A Bunch Of Followers,’ Woman Claims; Sister Denies Accusation Dr. Phil CBS•September 14, 2020
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
14 days ago
corboy
Corboy: For many years, I have seen photos of Adyashanti. Calling it as I see it, Adyashanti's eyes have always looked flat and dead, like fish on ice that is no longer fresh. Its the kind of first impression that cults, Buddhism Lite and yoga society teach us to ignore. In the comments following this article by Matthew Remski, one reader wrote: QuoteIlona says: July 21, 2017 at 12:1
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
14 days ago
corboy
Matthew Remski examines Adyashanti's 2016 Post Election Letter. Original source of A's letter is on Facebook First Remski gives us the screenshot text of Adyashanti's letter. Matthew Remski gives this overview after which he examines A's text point by point. (Remski) QuoteI don’t know how representative this is of the rest of Adyashanti’s work or writing.
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
15 days ago
corboy
Quotehated_in_the_nation 4 points · 1 year ago (specifically the New Apostolic Reformation, a coercive movement within Pentecostal/"Charismatic" Christianity that was the origin of pretty much both "Satanic Panics"). Damn, I wasn't familiar with this. Reading about it now. As someone who was raised in the Evangelical Church, I'm surprised (and also
Forum: Hate Groups
15 days ago
corboy
Quotelevel 5 kusuriurikun 9 points · 1 year ago I should clarify "Walkaway from a coercive religious group where a lot of QAnon's base beliefs were borrowed from extensively that has since wholeheartedly embraced QAnon" (specifically the New Apostolic Reformation, a coercive movement within Pentecostal/"Charismatic" Christianity that was the origin of pretty muc
Forum: Hate Groups
15 days ago
corboy
Very helpful post from someone who has recovered. QuoteI'm ex-pizzagate / right-wing follower, I want to help others understand how people in conspiracies feel There are a few posts on this subreddit from people who are ex-qanon. Even though I never followed this conspiracy, I used to be into pizzagate during Trump's first term around the time he was elected in 2016. I wanted
Forum: Hate Groups
15 days ago
corboy
Billion-dollar Lululemon under fire for promoting 'resist capitalism' event Clothing company went public in 2007 and is valued at $45bn Commenters mocked Canadian firm for hypocrisy Edward Helmore in New York Fri 11 Sep 2020 14.58 EDT
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
15 days ago
corboy
Many Theosophical/Sufistic groups pull in persons who are affluent and socially sophisticated. It takes a lot of leisure time to pursue the demanding course work along with gardening, theatrical, musical and travel activities often required by such groups -- as well as dressing and decorating one's house to the luxurious standards demanded by fussy gurus. Not to mention making frequent dona
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
15 days ago
corboy
QAnon Website Shuts Down After N.J. Man Identified as Operator -Bloomberg By William Turton September 11, 2020, 11:55 AM PDT Popular aggregator site received millions of monthly visitors Qmap.pub’s creator is known online only as ‘QAppAnon’ (Excerpt) QuoteQAppAnon, the online name of qmap’s creator, also runs a Patreon account, which receives more than $3,000 a month in
Forum: Hate Groups
15 days ago
corboy
Subreddit Icon r/QAnonCasualties •Posted byu/francaismeme 4 days ago HugzTake My Energy2 Running away EDIT: UPDATES AT BOTTOM! QuoteHi everyone, this is my 2nd post here. Since I made the 1st one, my Qanon mother has made racist comments more and more frequently and begun saying extremely alarming things like "Hitler was a good guy" and was "draining the swamp,"
Forum: Hate Groups
15 days ago
corboy
Where 8channers Went After 8chan The notorious troll board is back online with a new name—but its racist users didn’t just find new homes. They found new ways to gather. By April Glaser Nov 11, 20195:33 PM 8chan is back online, this time as 8kun The anonymous message board was known for promoting online hate and extremism By Rachel Siegel November 4, 2019
Forum: Hate Groups
15 days ago
corboy
"I am afraid that the sanitized version of Q's message that is being filtered out through other sites is tricking people that wouldn't be tricked if they saw the truth of the QAnon home boards." From the Reddit QAnon Casualties site: QuotePosted byu/TiredofQue 1 day ago GoldCoin GiftPlus OneFaith In Humanity Restored A subject I want the media and reporters to emp
Forum: Hate Groups
17 days ago
corboy
Corboy opinion: Tiru is full of neo advaita gurus competing for customers. If one of them falters, the others want to grab his (or her) bereft disciples. It is a game of chess. The only way to win is for a disciple to recognize he or she is part of a larger game that has nothing to do with spirituality and step off of the guru chessboard entirely. Here is a discussion of Renz made some
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
18 days ago
corboy
Read the Renz stuff with caution. Renz is yet another neo advisors guru. Will I found some stuff written about Renz and *his* satsangs...written on Timothy Conway's website.
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
18 days ago
corboy
An Alarming Story of QAnon Believers Aggressively Red Pilling A Family Member On the Reddit QAnon Casualties discussion community, a woman described what appears to have been a very aggressive indoctrinationtion attempt by QAnonist family members. This was perpetrated in the guise of a family get together at a cabin 4 hours away from the nearest airport. What saved this person was posses
Forum: Hate Groups
19 days ago
corboy
The indoctrination utilized in the group Jupiter describes - that indoctrination is clever and sneaky. If we avoid and fear harmless, innocent sources of comfort (the favorite chair, enjoying a walk in the woods), what sources of comfort are left to us? Answer: The only source of comfort left is the group itself --the very same group that tells us that unseen lower forces attract us to the
Forum: Recovery from Destructive Cults and Groups
21 days ago
corboy
Hamlet's last words were "The rest is silence". Perhaps the epitaph for Moo will be "It was all just dopamine"? And the theme music could be "Whats Love Got to Do With It?" by Tina Turner The backstory to this song is a message of hope for all of us. It was not easy for Miss Turner to create it. Truth is painful as hell. I cannot agree that this
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
21 days ago
corboy
Constantin, I am so glad you are out of there and now safe at home with your real friends. What you wrote above: Quote the fact that he is very uncomfortable in his own skin is apparent he is fidgety and restless on his own, he can never sit still and just be quiet. Thats why he always has to talk. The covid 19 has been tough on him since the ego needs people to look up to him, so then he
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
21 days ago
corboy
Why I Left QAnon Forum QAnon cult recovery How to Chart a Path out of QAnon and Other Cult-like Communities QAnon functions "like a video game" to "hook" converts — and some include former Navy SEALs: reports QAnon shows no signs of slowing down as it reportedly attracts some well-trained military veterans Reddit QAnonCasualties discussion
Forum: Destructive Churches
21 days ago
corboy
QuoteAlternate Reality Game -- ARG An alternate reality game is an interactive networked narrative that uses the real world as a platform and employs transmedia storytelling to deliver a story that may be altered by players' ideas or actions. Wikipedia Corboy: People discussing QAnon on Twitter suggest that a big part of QAnon's appeal is that it gives all the satisfaction a good A
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