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11 months ago
corboy
Google Search Terms vaccine refusal outbreaks waldorf schools (First page of citations) Quote Bastion of Anti-Vaccine Fervor: Progressive Waldorf Schools ... www.nytimes.com › measles-outbreak-new-york Jun 13, 2019 — A Waldorf school in North Carolina had an outbreak of chickenpox in ... that they had a right to a religious exemption to vaccine mandates. As anti-vaxx dispute rage
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11 months ago
corboy
Conspiracy theory doctor surrenders medical license Barbara Feder Ostrov February 5, 2021 QuoteA San Francisco doctor infamous for spreading misinformation linking COVID-19 to 5G communications networks can no longer practice medicine after surrendering his license to California’s medical board. edical license in December 2020. He has promulgated COVID-19 and 5G misinformation. Image vi
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11 months ago
corboy
Pay very close attention to the matter of who gets special treatment. Someone wrote this about a Hindu group. But - it applies to other traditions as well. QuoteWhen it comes to helping other devotees, the priority always goes to the ones that are very well established in the group. If anything happens to the so called “advanced” teachers, I am sure that money will flow as well as 100 se
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12 months ago
corboy
You don't get any closer to enlightenment in a 'satsang' of the type Tony P or Moo preside over. Instead you learn to behave according to the unspoken rules of the satsang leader and group. All you learn is how to fit in as a member of the clique and how to laugh on cue so you fit in. We've learned a bit about abuse of group laughter as a method of social control Peopl
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12 months ago
corboy
Note: Outsiders have every right to poke our noses into these Buddhist teachers and sects. Why? Because they are tax exempt. Those of us who are tax payers are the ones supporting them. Two, our world is now tougher and and financially more dangerous than 40 years ago. If anyone gets entangled in a cult that has hidden its true nature when recruiting them and they emerge disoriented and poor,
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
12 months ago
corboy
As soon as the pandemic permits us to socialize in groups, expect occult Lenzian recruitment to begin again. Classic method is well designed posters appearing on trees, phone poles, walls in affluent areas where students and young professionals congregate. Lenzianism is a mush mix (what sociologists and anthropologists call a bricolage) of Hinduism Lite Buddhism Lite martial arts, twaddle a
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12 months ago
corboy
At this point, am convinced any time someone offers a 'free meditation class' do an in depth internet search with a devil's advocate mentality because so often these classes are used to fish for potential recruits. As the dope addicts used to say, the first one is a always free. People who fish will throw some bait into the water just to attract fish - a practice called "
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1 year ago
corboy
Thank you for the update. This is especially helpful as you refer to the US branch of this group.
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
1 year ago
corboy
Check and see if this group has any ties to the One Taste group led by Nicole Daefone, a whose mentor was a disreputable individual named Victor Daefone. Their specialty is Orgasmic Meditation, since renamed as OM Orgasmic Meditation.
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1 year ago
corboy
"And they(QAnon) are also very invasive, even deceptive, about who and what they’re all about. They don’t want to divulge some of the more bizarre aspects of their conspiracy theories, but would rather say, “Oh we’re just here to save children,” when in reality that’s not all that they’re about." Rick Ross interviewed by Medium - quoted from article below. As Trump meets with
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
1 year ago
corboy
corboy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > They might become interested in QAnon material. > That stuff encompasses the T, Covid denialistm, > anti-mask protesting, anti vaxx misinformation, > has a huge online community that also has an > apocalyptic dimension. It will be interesting to see if any Bultlerites get involved with any of these tre
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1 year ago
corboy
They might become interested in QAnon material. That stuff encompasses the T, Covid denialistm, anti-mask protesting, anti vaxx misinformation, has a huge online community that also has an apocalyptic dimension. Thanks for the update. This is a tragedy. And a big worry for a state struggling to maintain an effective quarantine.
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1 year ago
corboy
A guru is judged by the behavior of his current students.
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1 year ago
corboy
The U.S. Exported QAnon to Australia and New Zealand. Now It’s Creeping Into COVID-19 Lockdown Protests Why QAnon is attracting so many followers in Australia — and how it can be countered Facebook's QAnon ban omits high-profile Australians linked to conspiracy theory This article is more than 2 months old Pages and groups deleted but individual accounts – like Pete Evans
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1 year ago
corboy
They estimate about 20 thousand have joined the QAnon Casualties Reddit community. It isn't just the USA, either. There are plenty of Canadians publishing anguished reports about their relationships being vandalized by this mania. (Somber) There's several dreadful precedents from the 14th Century bubonic plague Great Mortality pandemic---and continuing outbreaks of plague in Europ
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1 year ago
corboy
According to the QAnon Casualties Reddit, there are wellness influencers on social media disseminating Covid denialist material. Ditto for new age influencers. Companionship is a big draw for conspiracy beliefs as well--that feeling of belonging, of being in on something. This pandemic has isolated us, disrupted our lives, our routines, buggered up our jobs, with no end in sight. Social med
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
1 year ago
corboy
Am sorry to report that what you've observed at your friend's meditation circle isn't so strange. A lot of people interested in Wellness/New Age ideas are converting to Covid-denialist conspiracy beliefs. There's a Reddit group that is a refuge for persons whose loved ones have become fanatical, crazed believers in QAnon conspiracy themes. A number of recent discussions
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1 year ago
corboy
The Orgasm Workshop I Went To Rang Alarm Bells - Some Now Allege It Was Part of a Sex Cult
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1 year ago
corboy
Welcome to the Cult Education Institute message board. The message board has been up and running since 2002 -- and people have been contributing lots of first hand reports about Human Awareness Institute, aka HAI. Here's an earlier discussion. To find if other info about HAI is available on the CEI message board select "all dates" and after typing Human Awareness Institu
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1 year ago
corboy
The Emergence of Conspirituality Charlotte Ward & Prof. David Voas Pages 103-121 | Published online: 07 Jan 2011 QuoteAbstract The female-dominated New Age (with its positive focus on self) and the male-dominated realm of conspiracy theory (with its negative focus on global politics) may seem antithetical. There is a synthesis of the two, however, that we call ‘conspirituality’.
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1 year ago
corboy
The comments following this person's report are very informative. One person listened to a Podcast called Conspirituality and summed it up: QuoteI second the Conspirituality podcast. Here is some of what I learned from it: New age spirituality has some core tenets: everything is connected, and that everything happens for a reason. That's typically interpreted in a wa
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1 year ago
corboy
What IT is Like To Live In an Orgasm Cult Daily Mail UK
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1 year ago
corboy
Something to think.about: In this pandemic, many of us cannot easily get medical or counseling help if we have a bad reaction to a strenuous meditation technique - especially if socially isolating. One hour of any meditation in the morning *and* at bedtime is a very high dose. Add in the ego destabilizing script and that does carry a risk of undesirable side effects.
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1 year ago
corboy
One Taste: Wellness Group Or Sex Trafficking Cult? The FBI Investigates
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1 year ago
corboy
How QAnon Infiltrated the Yoga World Rachel E. Greenspan and Gabby Landsverk Nov 11, 2020, 6:39 AM Rachel Greenspan discusses QAnon influencers on social media
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1 year ago
corboy
An informative discussion from the article cited above. I Work at a Downtown DC Hotel QuoteSnooLemons1950 305 points · Take My Energy I don't believe it's seriously just 1 person. It makes sense it's some kind of psychological warfare meant to divide and conquer. The US isn't the only western democratic country dealing with this either. Something fishy is goin
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1 year ago
corboy
I work at a Downtown DC Hotel, and this weekend we had a Trump/QAnon “rally” in town, with a massive amount of the Q people staying in our property.
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1 year ago
corboy
This article is just the thing for our discussion. The author goes by the pseudonym Rabbit Rabbi8t A Game Designer's Analysis of QAnon Playing with reality Rabbit Rabbit Sep 30 · 26 min read
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1 year ago
corboy
How to combat fake news and disinformation Darrell M. West Monday, December 18, 2017 -- Brookings Institute
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