Japa: A grooming programme

Ex Japa Member

In response to the last post. I found the bravery of that lady very inspiring. I hope that others will write knowing they don’t have anything to fear. 

I was in the japa at  the very beginning. It was a small group, no teachers or masters and the shop in Kildare wasn’t opened yet. We just had the one master Dennis. There was no pressure of courses or trips to India as Shashi came to Ireland at that time. It was just a simple meditation practice. 

What’s such a big shame, the teachings of spirituality and the prayers, are so beautiful. If you used the teachings wisely they could bring you through difficult times and living these teachings everyday could bring you great peace. Unfortunately by the time you are finished with this group you’re allergic to all that spiritual talk and teachings so they don’t help you through the pain and the sickening feeling that is left within you. Like in so many situations it’s the human ego and behavior that ruins it all and corrupts it. 

I watched as this group got bigger and bigger and the students become teachers in different areas of Ireland. 

Then Dennis took on disciples. It was all about feeding people’s ego, making people feel important. People became more important than others. It became a business and the energy of the group changed. Making it a business and completing leaving the spirituality behind This cause competition, jealousy and bitterness throughout the groups. The mind  games and control could then start. 

 If anyone complained or questioned, you were the world’s worst person with negative entities around you corrupting your energy or mind. You were talked about and shunned from the group. 

Then the shop was opened in Kildare and this only became worse. I had left at this stage but I tried to keep in touch with a few women however it was advised not to hang out with people who were not in the group anymore due to them carrying negative energy. 

I was an older lady, very content in my life. I was simply there for prayer, spirituality and friendship. I had been a person that went to church but over the years had pulled away for obvious reasons. 

There were younger women who had careers, money and good looks but there was an emptiness there. A loneliness, a need for a companion. 

Mother Tresa once said on the late late show, something along this line,you can give a person water when they’re thirsty, give them food when they’re hungry but the loneliness you can’t help. 

Unfortunately this made them vulnerable. Other women had come through broken marriages,trauma and hardship and this caused them loneliness. 

All these women we’re looking for a partner, a relationship, a soulmate to build a family with. 

They were promised the perfect marriage, the children and the fairytale however only if they are willing to change their energy. Now after all these years I know what that meant. Some of these women were told to return to India numerous times. Maybe even twice a year. Stay by themselves for a couple of week without the groups

The Sunday World understands Criminality – so therefore understands Cultism: Nicola Tallant on Sunday World at 50

Nicola Tallant, three-time awardee of Irish Crime Journalist of the Year, writes on the 50th anniversary of the Sunday World.

Tallant notably exposed the Mucky Messiah Tony Quinn, only to be sought to appear in depositions in Colorado to expose her sources along with Dialogue Ireland Director Mike Garde. Judge Hogan thankfully saw sense and prevented that from happening. Justice Hogan saw that the work of journalism and the work of Dialogue Ireland in assisting the victims of cultism are protected by the Irish constitution.

Sunday World, 7th May 2023

When we read the article we were happy to see Nicola talk about Tony Quinn in the same paragraph as organised crime. Her predecessor Paul Williams spoke at the 2007 Dialogue Ireland “Cracking Cults” conference and gave a lecture in the area of Dublin where Gerry “The Monk” Hutch used to own properties connected to his criminal activity. It was entitled “Criminal Cults”. Initially Paul Williams was not convinced about the link between criminality and cultism but it soon became clear as his talk progressed that he was outlining all the characteristics of Cults in his presentation. So it is no surprise that DI has had a natural connection with the Sunday World. There is no substitute for the photos over text. One thinks of Nicola Tallant stalking poor Tony Quinn in Monte Carlo, or the photographers given intelligence that Christina Gallagher was arriving back at Dublin Airport from an Italian pilgrimage as a woman of deep spirituality and simplicity. Suddenly she looks well groomed and has her expensive Gucci bag attached. The photograph tells us the real story. The earliest example was the writer and journalist Jim Gallagher and his amazing book, The Immaculate Deception which is a damming indictment of the fake visionary and money making racket. The book shows cheques made out to Fr McGinnity and we get a clear look at the contradictory life of this woman of prey. He also has a massive series of articles with detailed stories on people affected by the House of Prayer.


More recently Alan Sherry is adding to the work Jim has done with more articles raising serious issues about how Gallagher is able to create a portfolio of properties in Ireland and the USA.

The dark deeds of those who inhabit the world of crime often come about by the same mechanics that coerce and manipulate those who fall prey to religious, commercial and political cults. Tallant writes in the article of “the fabric of society and community and the inequalities that exist for many who are marginalised and who are poor [..] we are actually all to blame.

Whether we are talking about organised crime or cult-leaders like Christina Gallagher and Tony Quinn, we are talking about organised criminality; groups of people who are not always acting in their best interests, but whoever is at the top. And it is most likely the case that those at the top benefit, whilst those at the bottom suffer and are punished.

Here Tallant shares her memories and why the Sunday World is an important publication in Ireland.

Darker side: How the Sunday World’s relentless investigations are a thorn in the side of gangsters

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Jehovah’s Witnesses: The Business Post reports on “Galway man on a mission to expose the Jehovahs’ deepest secrets”


Journalist Barry J Whyte reported on Sunday the 7th of May 2023 on the work of a campaigner in Ireland who is exposing details of abuse within the Jehovah’s Witnesses.

Barry J Whyte has worked with Dialogue Ireland for previous stories. Dialogue Ireland was not involved in this recent story, but we share it as it is of interest to those in Ireland. Whyte has covered the JW’s many times before, as well as Scientology and he has also dabbled in Tony Quinn.

Big Read: The Galway man on a mission to expose the Jehovahs’ deepest secrets“, Business Post, 7th May 2023

Facing the threat of eternal damnation and hellfire as well as lawsuits, two ordinary men took up a crusade to expose the deepest secrets of this powerful organisation.

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Christina Gallagher: The House Of PREY keeps Preying On The Vulnerable.

Ireland’s Eye is distinct from Irelands Own which is completely different.

April 2023 edition of Ireland’s Eye featuring Pierce Brosnan

This magazine is produced by Dick Hogan who in this video appears a very balanced and civic citizen. But he is a fanatic supporter of Christina and gives her voice Fr McGinnity free access to push his narrative about gays and the end of the world with after the event prophecies.

In the video below Dick Hogan the owner of the magazine appears to be a very nice Catholic and citizen.

He is a fanatical supporter of Christina Gallagher and as you can see he uses every opportunity to support her. Not just giving her space nearly every edition but even providing free advertising to get people there by bus.

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Japa Ireland: Toxic spirituality involving sexual-assault, “my breasts were massaged”.

Here is the testimony of an ex-Japa Ireland member:

Japa Ireland promise a happier life through “meditation, spirituality, personal-growth [and] philosophy”.

You are in a small meditation group somewhere in Ireland. It’s a two hour window for yourself a week, prayer & singing and you get a sense of peace and wellness afterwards. The people are friendly, kind and you build friendships over a cup of tea afterwards. However, this is where you get sucked in.

Then you’re told you must advance yourself. That means attending every Sunday night. All the therapists and meditation leaders push you to visit the big group in Kildare. Then you are pushed to do multiple courses and they encourage a trip to India that can change your life.

It’s an investment in your spiritual growth.

What does a man who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing mean?

The phrase comes from Oscar Wilde.

To be so materialistic that one is unable to gauge or recognize something’s true value.

This quote was used by Dennis Curran to give the impression that he was very spiritual and the followers materialistic. In fact, he was grooming people to hand over the loot.

The Japa Ireland itinerary for the recent tour which departed Friday 14th April 2023

You have to meditate and recite a mantra for many hours a day and read and study. Your life becomes consumed with this. You are asked in the group session how many hours you have done and shamed if you’re not putting in the hours. They claim they have magical powers, can see your aura and that they can see that you are having a negative effect on the group.

They then manipulate you to believe the master is suffering by taking all the negative energy on himself. He is a Christ figure who takes the sins on himself… He takes all the negative energy from others is what you are told. In reality you are being brainwashed.

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EDUCO: Who the hell is Susan Morrice?

Susan Morrice is an intriguing “character”, but who is she?

Morrice was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in 1952 to Eric and Irene Morrice who ran T Morrice & Sons (an Opticians opened in 1925) in Arthurs Square, Belfast (Northern Ireland). The business remained in the family until 1999 when it was sold. (source: 1, 2)

T Morrice & Sons, Ophthalmic Opticians, to the left of Littlewoods. (Source)
Note: an interesting film about the opening of the Belfast Littlewoods store in 1964.
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