“Enthralled,” a book by Christine A Chandler on “The Guru Cult of Tibetan Buddhism”

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The Guru Cult of Tibetan Buddhism

Authored by Christine A. Chandler, M.A., C.A.G.S.
Edition: 1

Here we in Dialogue Ireland have for many years now been aware of the inside track of Lamaism through the writings of Christine A. Chandler. We were made aware of how extremely dangerous this Lamaism project is for the rational western mind. Chris has here put together the total package, not one Lama who like Sogyal is abusing women but rather we have been shown how this about a whole system. This is a systematic unpacking of the future plans of the Lama Religion with it is consort sex and unreformed Hinduism of a Tantric nature. Continue reading

Sociopaths can be found everywhere. Here we look at the US Presidency

This article was published by Tomas West under the title:

The Trump administration’s Moral Compass

It is estimated that sociopaths occupy about 1% of the general population.  A small number, but they have a significant effect on their prey. Victims often experience a profound emotional response and may demonstrate symptoms akin to post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Continue reading

Terrifying Freedom, a novel by Linda Smith

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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.

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Dr John Butler on cultism and mind control

With thanks to Matthew McKenna for recording and editing this.

https://dialogueireland.wordpress.com/2013/11/26/prime-time-on-the-implications-of-the-events-surrounding-the-women-in-capativity-for-30-years/

Dr. JOHN BUTLER

PhD (Lond.), MBSH, CHT

 MA, BA (Hons.), BSc (Hons.), DHP, Dip. A.T., FNRHP Continue reading

Getting behind the lobby word New Religious Movement to the meat in the Cult sandwich

What is a Cult ?

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08/26/2016

Joseph  H. McKenna, Ph.D. Senior Lecturer, History of Religious Ideas, University of CA Irvine

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The word ‘cult’ is never benign in religious terminology as it is in the world of art, where Johnny Stonenoggin filmster extraordinaire may cult-ivate a cult following for his eccentricity in artistry. Eccentricity in religion, if recent enough, is rarely welcomed with approving nods. And when eccentricity is welcomed by followers of a novel religion, those followers never designate the new religion as a cult. Such is the denigrating power of the word cult for religion. Continue reading

Con-Sole: Another Cult of Greed.

Paul Kelly

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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Triratna/FWBO and grooming by Sangharakshita was the Order of the day.

Sangharakshita: ‘Greek Love’, ‘Fierce Friendship’ and the perversion of Buddhism

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By: Alan J. W.

Dialogue Ireland………

The author has reflected long and hard and through a process of reflection has come to the realisation that under the guise of Buddhism a horrendous sexual injustice has been perpetrated on young men to undermine and leave them incapable of reacting. This revised edition is easier to read and has been broken down into chapters.

The purpose of this article, is to explain how several forms of unethical behaviour were promoted and practised by senior members of Sangharakshita’s Order.  I have employed a psychological perspective, because I feel that this approach gives the most revealing insight into these damaging developments.

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