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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Dialogue Ireland talks about “Cults” with Niall Boylan on Classic Hits.

The Director of Dialogue Ireland, Mike Garde, appeared on Ireland’s Classic Hits Radio’s Niall Boylan programme last night to talk about Cultism.

Dialogue Ireland prefers to talk about cultism, and the behaviours within nefarious groups. Readers interested in the use of the word “Cult” and how it refers to cultism should refer to Garde’s 2006 Dissertation Study which goes into detail in Chapter 2.

The Niall Boylan Show – Ireland’s Classic Hits Radio

Boylan is the winner of multiple IMRO Irish Radio awards for his “Interactive Speech” programming.

Topics discussed include “What is a Cult?”, “is it ”weak-minded” people who join cults?” (which Garde vehemently disputes citing examples) and cultism within modern-day life.

Listen to the 25-minute segment here:

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Where Sinn Féin, Jonathan Dowdall, Gerry Hutch & Cultism meet?

Sunday World’s Crimeworld have published a wonderful analysis of the trial and the judgement in the case of Gerry Hutch. Not guilty and free to go. There is also a very important article by Fionnán Sheahan in the Irish Independent.

Gerry “The Monk” Hutch leaving the Criminal Courts of Justice after a Not-Guilty verdict on 17 April 2023.

This brought me back to the series of lectures in 2007 organised by Dialogue Ireland called the “Cult Busters” held near Foley St where Gerry Hutch started his acquisition of property.

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A Very British Cult

The BBC launch on Wednesday 5th April 2023 the result of 18 months research into Lighthouse International Group, a personal-development mentoring group.

At 11:30am on Radio 4 the first of an 8-part Radio/Podcast series airs. Later in the evening, at 9pm, an hour-long documentary airs on BBC Three, later repeated on BBC One NI on Thursday 6th at 11:25pm.

The Television documentary promises some interesting footage of the leader of Lighthouse being confronted by the BBC crew after he left the UK High Court last Tuesday where it was decided by a Judge to Wind-Up his business operations.

The documentary illustrates how nefarious-groups are able to flourish under the guise of personal-development and mentoring groups.

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EDUCO: Tony Quinn, Susan Morrice. Why is she not mentioning the Educo Seminar in Zambia?

We were contacted by a researcher who wanted to share what they found about a very old friend of Dialogue Ireland Susan Morrice and her engagement with Zambia.

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