Why did Bishop Joseph Cassidy retire at 61 after being conned by Christina Gallagher?

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Watching the programme on the moving statues on RTE on Monday April 15, a few things are becoming clearer. Bishop Joseph Cassidy was a critical voice and was gentle in his questioning of the whole phenomenon. He was interviewed while he was Bishop of Clonfert. He was an energetic and relatively youthful bishop and soon became media spokesperson for the Irish Episcopal Conference. This role built on his talent for language and communication which was an attribute picked up at his Requiem Mass by his successor “he used language with care, with discrimination and with feeling. He loved to play on words and to pun. His homilies were not only education but entertainment. His language was fresh, his vision poetic.

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Later on 22 August 1987 he was appointed to the position of archbishop of the Archdiocese of Tuam. We heard about the Sligo situation back in 1983 and there it is not so much about moving statues but visions. It was here that Christina visited and likely conjured up her plan to create the House of Prayer. However, in her case there is no evidence of any deep spirituality just a vision of living in luxury and conning people. This is the link to Christina’s life of material wealth and spiritual delusion ably written about by Jim Gallagher, called Immaculate Deception.

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Did you know the racket at the House of Prayer is still making a lot of noise?

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The photographic record of the Dialog Centre Aarhus Denmark

Anders Blichfeldt was a co-worker at the Dialog Centret from the end of the seventies. He had an amazing gift to have a camera always available so we have an interesting record of a developing movement and network which involved people all over ther world and especially the emerging Dialog Center International, (DCI.)

 

 

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The photographer and documentarist Anders Blichfeldt

 

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From Comm2Post: thesurvivorsclub8 gets down and dirty.

Here is a someone who has come out of the School of Philosophy and Economic Science.

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Hi there,

I’ve been wondering when someone would get around to discussing the ‘Maiden City Moonies!’ I have had experience of this particular group, and it turned out to be one of those things you do and wish you’d made more enquiries first. I got away from it after the initiation ceremony, which was bizarre to say the least, but also very unsettling.

I’ve spoken to a number of people since who also managed to get away, and we’re all of the same mind. Glad to get away from it and embarrassed to ever have been involved. It’s funny, so little is known about this group, my alarm bells should have been ringing when I realised there was so much secrecy surrounding it. One lecturer was positively evangelical about the need to maintain secrecy, tell nothing and ask nothing. It was for me a frustrating exercise being here. They espouse an ethos of open dialogue, but it was almost impossible to get a question answered. It became clear that some of the ‘lecturers’ were only capable of reading from ready prepared notes which they referred to as the material. They often though could not deal with being questioned, usually just throwing it out to other members of the class. There was always someone who liked the sound of their own voice and they usually ended up diverting attention away from the original question. Continue reading

What is happening in the London/Derry City School of Philosophy and Economic Science set up?

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This is their mission statement:

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Our mission is to make available the timeless wisdom of practical philosophy
to all who wish to engage fully in this life, and yet be in peace, and freedom, and bliss, regardless of education, occupation, age, race, political or religious beliefs.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT THE MODERN MYSTERY SCHOOL

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1.     DEFINITION OF A CULT AND MIND CONTROL:

They say that they are not a cult….here is an extract from an article written by Gudni Gudnason:

“This article is written in the hopes that you may understand why people chose to learn from a Mystery School and why this is not a cult, which so many people fear. This article explains the simple truths about who are the people behind the Mystery School and its tradition and how they “only” serve and do not seek to control the students. To begin with it is important that you know that we are not a religion and we do not represent any religion on this planet. We are not political nor are we of any type of sect or group with a specific philosophy that has in the past controlled people. We are a school and people come to learn from us and then they can leave any time at the end of their seminar, if they so chose. There are no members here!” Continue reading

Modern Mystery School ~ Reflections on cultism by a former MMS cultist

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Regarding the Modern Mystery School: I was in deep with this ‘school’. It is absolutely a cult.

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Claims to the contrary come from people who are brainwashed and defensive. I feel for them because I know where they’re coming from. Continue reading

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