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 15 May 2015 by dialogueireland
Last week I met a very welcoming person and though I could see he was troubled was looking forward to a dialogue with him about his use of MMS. I told him when I had prepared a response to the Prime Time documentary I would submit my post to him before publishing. I had only watched the post in a most surface manner and also I needed to take advice on the scientific aspects of the therapy. Continue reading
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Posted on 24 April 2015 by dialogueireland
Posted on 15 April 2015 by dialogueireland
“What Might God Say to Me Today” had inconveniently become “What Might God Remember I Said Yesterday.”
We are gradually beginning a sense of what is happening in the MMM. It is clear that Debra is losing control but to what extent is not clear as no one has yet given us a clear narrative to explain what is happening.
Last week we published the horrific story his death and the issues surrounding his death. We were then alerted to the fact that Niall Haughey the nephew of former Taoiseach C.J. Haughey had opened a restaurant with his wife Maria a cousin of Dermot Forkin in Vanuatu. We are assuming for the moment that there presence there means they are Debra loyalists.
Filed under: Magnificat Meal Movement | Tagged: Debra, Vanuatu | 17 Comments »
Posted on 10 April 2015 by dialogueireland
One of our commenters raised the issue as to whether someone should be reported for the neglect of Dermot Forkin? Please contact us or make a report to a police force in your area.
We did hear that Dermot was brought to Twowoomba hospital but no news has surfaced since.
Filed under: Magnificat Meal Movement | Tagged: Australia, Charles J. Niall, Dermot Forkin, Hugh Forkin, Sean Haughey | Leave a comment »
Posted on 8 April 2015 by dialogueireland
Here is the latest on Dermot Forkin,
This picture captures the beautiful nature and love of the man.
Apparently Dermot collapsed at the airport was taken to hospital where they discovered the cancer. This would suggest that the truth of about his condition was kept from the MMM members. I had heard about 6 weeks ago from someone in Ireland who told me he had cancer and was totally isolated. Two priests who went to visit him on his death bed but were turned away by his minders. People inside the cult knew nothing about the seriousness of his condition. Why did Debra not call her whole community to pray for him? As for the funeral service there was very small attendance. No one apart from MMM people were able to attend the funeral and burial. Continue reading
Filed under: Magnificat Meal Movement | Tagged: beautiful nature, Dermot, Dermot Forkin, Fr Dermot | 5 Comments »
Posted on 6 April 2015 by dialogueireland
A few weeks ago I received a call from someone in Dublin who told me that Dermot Forkin was at this house and very isolated. They were not sure what had happened to him and whether he was still in good standing with the MMM. I was waiting to hear back when I got these series of texts on Saturday April 4th from an anonymous ex member of the MMM:
Burslem spent $800,000 converting a dilapidated stable in the Spanish village of San Sebastian de Garabandal into a villa. Continue reading
Filed under: Magnificat Meal Movement | Tagged: Australia, Debra Geileskey, Dermot Forkin, Fr Dermot Forkin, Ireland | Leave a comment »