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12 years ago
Hopeful
Hello, I'm glad that post wasn't by you Nerveno. It did seem like you'd had a personality transplant! It seems like certain people are being very manipulative with their posts and deliberately trying to bring AMORC into disrepute, which is worrying because some people are bound to believe them. Wishing you all the best (whereabouts in the world are you?) and Merry Xmas.
Forum: Recovery from Destructive Cults and Groups
12 years ago
Hopeful
Quoteneverno1Dear All, I have read your previous posts with interest nerveno, and I must admit that I found them well balanced; indeed at times I felt you were unfairly picked on by other forum contribitors. However, your last post comes across as very fanatical and really does not do AMORC any favours. 'I must inform all of you AMORC is the only true Spiritual Organization that exists
Forum: Recovery from Destructive Cults and Groups
12 years ago
Hopeful
QuoteMichael JonesThis is exactly the genious of mind control organization. It always feel voluntary. The "Walking question mark" in AMORC is a public relation myth that H. Spencer Lewis has successfully promoted to the public and to the naive members of AMORC. Read this blog entry from Pierre Freeman "THOUGHT STOPPING AND A COUP D’ETAT" I copy only a p
Forum: Recovery from Destructive Cults and Groups
12 years ago
Hopeful
Quoteloger1yes ..I think these courses are very interesting altough I dont no why the rituals are kept secret.?? Even to me she will not reveal these secrets Hi Loger1, It's part of the general control that the movement starts to exercise over its members. You feel priveleged to be party to 'secret' or 'esoteric' information, and also are made to belie
Forum: Former Cult Members and Affected Families
12 years ago
Hopeful
Very early on in AMORC studies you are advised to be ' a walking question mark' and not take anything you are told on faith. In my almost 6 years as a member of AMORC I have never been forced (or even persuaded) to do anything I didn't want to. My values and opinions remain very much the same as before I joined. If anyone tried to tell me what to do or think I would leave!
Forum: Recovery from Destructive Cults and Groups
12 years ago
Hopeful
Hello loger1, I think the best way would be to contact members (past or present), but as there is a lot of secrecy surrounding rituals I don't know how forth coming people would be. An internet search might also come up with something.
Forum: Former Cult Members and Affected Families
12 years ago
Hopeful
Is the web site still current? I can't access it.
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
12 years ago
Hopeful
Hello, You were asking if anyone had any biographical information on Mark Pritchard; I do have some as I belonged to the same Gnostic movement as him in the UK and met him on a couple of occasions. The movement was 'The Universal Chistian Gnostic Movement (New Order) i.e. the movement founded and run by 'VM Rabolu'. The movement was still fairly young in the UK when I joined
Forum: Former Cult Members and Affected Families
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