Posted on 10 January 2017 by dialogueireland
Sometimes you need a novel to break through the cultist mental manipulation?
Linda Smith wrote recently,
I just read an article on your webpage regarding Catholic Lay Movements with cultist attributes. Some former members of these movements questioned why some bishops are so slow to take seriously their concerns about these organizations.
Filed under: A Course in Miracles (ACIM), Books, Christian, Cultism, Direction for our Times, House of Prayer, Icross Charity, Legionaries of Christ, Magnificat Meal Movement, Maria Divine Mercy, The Congregation Of Our Lady of Refuge, The Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God | Leave a comment »
Posted on 2 July 2016 by dialogueireland
The classic signs of cultism and cultist tendencies. Using celebrities to give emotional cover, they then disguise their clear attempts to enrich themselves. The use of volunteers to get the public to give more money as they see the generosity of the counsellors. Paul Kelly has managed the tools of playing on the heart strings and the human decency of the public, and the families of the victims. Subtle cover for abuse and the total scam at the heart of this organisation dedicated to assist the suicidal. A contempt for the horrendous despair at the heart of those caught in the lights of this condition. The lack of empathy while pretending to be concerned about the issue of suicide. This is not a cult of personality, but rather a nepotistic family cult. It is mundane and material, the stuff of normal life misappropriated and channeled for personal use. Donations given in love and through sacrifice made into cheap gestures of material gain. David Hall put it well. It is like an octopus with many arms sucking the truth out of suicide – the cult of death.
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Posted on 7 October 2015 by dialogueireland
Here we will be addressing the vulnerability we all are subject to in our lives but mostly the issues around cultism. What do we mean by cultism? The phenomenon where people can have their heads turned and become subject to undue influence. Generally we do exercises to show how this vulnerability works. When preparing to come to Terenure College I began to see if I could find information about it. Continue reading
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Posted on 20 April 2015 by dialogueireland
Foreign sex offenders escaping justice in Kenya
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Posted on 22 April 2014 by dialogueireland
SUNDAY, APR 20, 2014
Blood vows: Joseph Smith,
Mormonism and the invention of
American polygamy by ALEX
How polygamy created a schism among
early Mormons — and ultimately led to the
murder of the religion’s founder
Filed under: Books, Icross Charity, Legionaries of Christ, Mormonism, Religion, Scientology, Tibetan Buddhism = Lamaism, Tony Quinn | Leave a comment »
Posted on 7 February 2014 by dialogueireland
Anyone thinking what I am thinking?
Monday 15 July 2013
The director of a gap-year charity appears in a UK court charged with sexual offences against children in Kenya, after police acted on information handed to them by Channel 4 News. Report by Cathy Newman Presenter Continue reading
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Posted on 3 February 2014 by dialogueireland
Icross cash to go to Kenyan aid charity by Colin Coyle, Sunday Times by By Colin Coyle is added to by DI evidence in the public domain: Continue reading
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