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Humanity is comprised of various cultures, heritage, and genetic diversity. These components are part of what the physical experience brings into our awareness. Beyond these components, all life on earth contains an essence that makes them animated. In this, we all have an experience as a physical human with a soul which is animated. This soul will no longer experience reality inside our given physical expressions, but we will still experience life in our spirit form. Our physical experience as humans is in an environment which is a dichotomy of positive and negative. Most of us have lived many lives as humans, reincarnating with a forgetfulness as we begin each life as a baby. Each time, we come with goals of learning and growing. This concept was well accepted and taught by many of the world's religions including Christianity until it was taken out of the Bible in the 6th century. This cycle will not last forever and is moving to a culmination. As we approach this awareness, it is time for humanity to embrace consciousness, critical thinking, and independent thought.

Creating Consciousness

  • The change needed must start with thought. We must discuss and learn about the real issues that effect humanity and our place in the galaxy.
  • The path of this change must come from an altruistic desire to see peace and prosperity for all.

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Characteristics Of A Sociopath Shown By Cult Leaders


Here we will examine the characteristics of a sociopath as they show up in cult leaders.

Warning Signs

By Rick Ross

You can protect yourself from unsafe groups and leaders by developing a good BS detector. Check things out, know the facts and examine the evidence. A safe group will be patient with your decision making process. If a group or leader grows angry and anxious just because you want to make an informed and careful decision before joining; beware.


How Cults Work


To spot a cult you need to know how they work and you need to understand the techniques they use. Teaching you these things is what this article is all about.This article exposes the secret techniques cults will use to try and trick and control you. Cult leaders will not want you to read this, but read it anyway. Once you understandHow Cults Work you will be better able to spot and avoid cult recruiters, and protect your family and friends.First let’s eliminate some misconceptions about cults. 

How cults recruit & indoctrinate their members

 by Michael Bluejay

Ever wonder how someone becomes a cult member?  How exactly do they get sucked in?  The process is actually remarkably similar from cult to cult, and here I'm going to explain the basic recipe.  But before detailing the specific mind-control tricks, one thing to realize is that the indoctrination is typically a series of small steps.  No one goes from rational person to brainwashed devotee overnight; instead, they're gently led through the process, one step at a time, each step being not very far from the old step, so it doesn't seem like a big change.  Of course, once you take enough steps you're a mile from where you started.  It reminds me of that old idea that a frog in a pot of water that's slowly heated from room temperature to boiling never realizes it.  While I doubt that's actually true, it illustrates the concept.  Anyway, with that in mind, let's follow the path of a new recruit into a mind-control group.

How to Identify a Dangerous Cult

Stephen Johnson

When people think of cults, they tend to picture bizarre religious sects and apocalyptic scenarios—the Branch Davidians burning up in their compound in Texas, or the corpses on the ground at Jonestown—but cults needn’t be religious, and are anything but exotic. If you want to get literal about it, any group of like-minded people could be considered a cult.

“The Democratic and Republican parties are cults,” explained cult expert Paul Morantz.

Dangerous Cult Leaders

Clues to what makes for a pathological cult leader

Joe Navarro

One of the questions that I am often asked by students of criminology and psychology is, how do you know when a cult leader is “evil” or “bad”? These of course are vague descriptors to some extent, but I also get the question, “When is a cult leader pathological or a danger to others?” This is a valid question in view of the historical record of suffering and hurt caused by various cult leaders around the world.

From my studies of cults and cult leaders during my time in the FBI, I learned early on that there are some things to look for that, at a minimum, say "caution, this individual is dangerous, and in all likelihood will cause harm to others."



  • This dichotomy of positive and negative gets out of control with imbalances of spirit like complacency, greed, desire to dominate and control, obsession with physical experiences, and fear.
  • Human desire to belong and feel part of a group is both an asset and a weakness. Following a programmed mentality to fit in causes a shift to complacency and a move away from critical and independent thought.
  • Fear should only be at play in the physical for situations of immediate danger and should not be part of our everyday lives.
  • Empathy is an essential part of soul and the lack of empathy causes a devolution of spirit and a strengthening of predatory behaviors.
  • There are dark forces that must continually be kept in check otherwise they grow like a virus in every aspect of humanity. This is the danger of complacency.
  • Humanity must take personal responsibility for soul development and understand that religion is man made and that critical thinking and wisdom comes from consciousness.
  • God/Source/Prime Creator is beyond religion, new age mentality, politics, and a punishing and controlling mentality. Our prime goal is to become love and grow in consciousness. There is a difference between guilt and remorse. This love includes personal responsibility, kindness, empathy, and service to others.
  • There are many kinds of intelligence and most education focuses on processing intelligence and not on spiritual, creative, and other types of intelligence.
  • Worshipping ideals, celebrities, politicians, and images of god allows humanity to be dominated and controlled. It distracts humanity from critical thinking and personal responsibility.
  • Understanding the difference between reverence and worship is important for growth and expression of free will and freedom of thought, desire, and personal growth.
  • Humanity should be living in a society free of slavery, manipulation, objectification, control, suppression, and greed.
  • Balance in thought, feelings, emotion, actions and reactions are necessary for soul development.
  • All human life is sacred and precious. Manipulating the human population in a nefarious manner suppresses the spiritual importance of the soul expression contained in each human. Those born with disability, become injured, or are at a disadvantage still contain a soul that has the same value as those without these issues. This spans from our children coming into human bodies to our elderly. Every soul deserves to be treated with dignity and respect and free from physical, mental, and emotional violence.
  • The human body was designed to live in an environment of balance free of toxins, genetic manipulation, and malnutrition.
  • Living in balance with nature allows humans to be free from a parasitic lifestyle that is a burden to the earth. Most of this comes from the lack of independent use of balanced resources, positive and benign technology, freedom from a slave mentality, and the idea of homeostasis. Consuming food based on violence is degrading to the human spirit at the quantum level.
  • Joy is obtained from peace from the inside out and happiness is obtained from desire from the outside in.


  • Respect for life in turn ensures our development in a positive manner.



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