Tag: AntiCult movement
Adopting the beliefs of the anti-cult movement dramatically changes the views and attitudes of those who experience a loss of faith. Those changes have a profound effect on how Exes make sense of their own past. So we must ask: How helpful is the ideology of the anti cult movement in making sense of your life?Read More
Chris Shelton, the hysterical and abusive anticultist who runs a youtube channel devoted blind anti cultism, was finally suspended from Twitter yesterday.Read More
Is Fair Game better when it’s applied to Scientology? Can there be an immoral equivalence when what Scientology does is then done back at them? Either you are against hypocrisy, cruelty and abuse, or you are not – no matter who does it.Read More
This documentary contains a very good discussion of the limits of power that people have over those who make religious and spiritual choices that others don’t like.Read More
If there’s one reason that I’m doing these videos, it’s because these ideas from the anti cult movement are destructive to an Ex-Scientologist, or an Ex-member of any minority religion that they call “cult”. And they’re just beliefs – they’re not facts.Read More
A review of the major problems with the brainwashing theory of recruitment and maintaining membership in a minority religion. By James T Richardson – 2006Read More
People who leave " #Cults" feel like they're setting themselves free.
Too often, it's more like jumping from the frying pan into the fire.
After they get out, most Exes are offered, and they adopt, #AntiCultism.
Best just to stay Ex.
Never Go Full Anti.
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