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12 months ago
S_truth
These aikido groups and other martial arts are feudal cults that only care about the top of the hierarchy. They only care to see you “liberated” to use your energy and then discard you if you don’t prostitute yourself for the men. A woman created a me too group which is just there to further cover up/gatekeep those who are violated while protecting the higher ranked men who are mostly are in
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
1 year ago
S_truth
Aikido is a cult. It’s selling “universal peace, harmony, love, and personal development” when it’s really about forced conformity, compliance and coercive control to promote fascism. Men can take 40 years to learn “the art” whilst women need to learn it in a few months whilst being subjected to horrible abuse and violation. The men are sexually assaulting women to force them to submit. It’s rea
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
1 year ago
S_truth
Same is happening in martial arts. Me too groups are actually ways to further abuse and shun those who have been exploited while those running the me too groups continue to support the abusers and predators. Martial arts is actually vampirism while they promote survival of the fittest most conformist. In actuality we are the survivent of the most nurtured. Survival of the species does not mean mo
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
1 year ago
S_truth
More should be written about martial arts that continue to exploit and violate students. Birankai is one of these cults that’s exploiting women students and violating elements that are our birth right. They are the center of perpetuating coercive control and controlling womens reproductive rights and personal lives. It was founded out of a schism of their master (a known psychopath) with the gra
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
1 year ago
S_truth
Martial art groups are toxic cuits that are pushing and propagating fascism and totalitarianism in the world. The system works on feudal systems and mafia like behaviors to cover up the abuses. Birankai is one of these cults. It was formed by a split within the existing hierarchy due to conflicts and cuits if personalities. After their master (known sadist and psychopath within the industry) pa
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
1 year ago
S_truth
Just curious what is the outcome of the survey? Martial arts are generally all cults with some cult of personality at top and followers as active participants in cult behaviors harming those who don’t comply, submit or cater to the cults narcissistic endeavors which includes sexually assaulting members, violating every/any boundary possible, using the children in the cult for their survival, s
Forum: Former Cult Members and Affected Families
1 year ago
S_truth
Since aikido was mentioned on this thread: aikido is a cult falsely preaching a means for self-defense and self-development when it’s really a means to oppress and promote fascism in the world. They claim they are creating “one universal family”. There’s another word for a “family” who harms those who don’t submit or allow the men to sexually assault, exploit and use them. They continue to silen
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
10 years ago
FCSLC
Quote Saw enough, August 13, 2013 05:52PM "And for sure, it can be helpful for those who have left to hear that perhaps they are not blowouts or destined for judgment." Quote Invisible, August 13, 2013 11:49PM "He lived His life in the religious community as a free man." I needed to hear the above. I think I've been held in bondage by (for lack of better
Forum: Former Cult Members and Affected Families
10 years ago
FCSLC
Quote: Invisible .... "If I said anything about the church other than what they believed to be the truth - to any one in the church, including my own relatives - they would run to the ministry reporting what I had said - and then the ministry would influence my family or people who once had related to me, to further estrange them selves from me." Makes me think of Galileo Galil
Forum: Former Cult Members and Affected Families
10 years ago
FCSLC
Quote: Invisible August 13, 2013 11:49PM Freedom & Submission. Excellent. Liberating. On the level of that which is termed, "self evident." Thank you!
Forum: Former Cult Members and Affected Families
10 years ago
FCSLC
Quote: Paleface August 12, 2013 11:04AM "Something smells funny here." Smells like ill gotten gain, power and control. Here is a non biblical quote which a good "dominant SLC area faith" friend and I worked out: "Well, 'bully' for the Christ's in the flesh ..... change your attitude or your not going to be in my heaven." emphasis on
Forum: Former Cult Members and Affected Families
10 years ago
FCSLC
Quote larry bobo August 11, 2013 11:29PM "God will honor your submission. Really" Been there heard that. All those requests and prayers for something that actually might benefit the little person never were honored, but its a guarantee that your submission to the leader will be. My stupidity is overwhelming me. Out in the world things are tested by time. If the theory turn
Forum: Former Cult Members and Affected Families
10 years ago
FCSLC
Lots of scripture on alot of these posts. I don't read the Bible much anymore but I might as well misapply one of my old favorites: Ecclesiastes 9:4b "Surely a live dog is better than a dead lion." After reading most of the posts on this forum about the present state of The Living Word Corporation here is now my heresy: Lots of us discarded dogs are possibly ok when cons
Forum: Former Cult Members and Affected Families
10 years ago
FCSLC
Thank you. I believe professional help is definetly helpful, but talking to former members also has an advantage in a kind of trust that goes hand in hand with a collective "being there" which we have in common. No doubt, I was a child of the 1960's in search of meaning especially in the face of the Vietnam War. I was snagged rather easily by the group here in SLC. I am not t
Forum: Former Cult Members and Affected Families
10 years ago
FCSLC
I remember when we first left "The Walk" in 1985 there was a sense of liberation. My wife and I had the thinking that it was better to live out our earthly lives in freedom and suffer the consequences of hell later on than to endure what we were experiencing in the church week by week. Speaking only for myself, as the years passed by, I still had a feeling of "missing out"
Forum: Former Cult Members and Affected Families
10 years ago
FCSLC
I was in the "Walk" from 1970 until 1985 in the SLC church in Utah. It's all gone now, but some familiar names I remember were Bowman Littleton, Bill Mabey, Howard Klein, Bill Arnold from Honolulu, R. D. Cronquist, John Miller, Harold & Mel & Leland Bailey to name a few. I loved these people. Those times were great. I remember being enchanted, enthralled and going about
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