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  1. In Cults and Extreme Belief, Elizabeth Vargas, alongside former members of controversial organizations, goes on a search to uncover how these sects use their influence to prey upon people's desperation to create powerful and often destructive belief systems. Each episode will take an immersive look at one currently active group through the eyes of past devotees and get perspective from.
  2. What is a cult? As a Christian-based organisation, at Cultwatch we have two main definitions of what a cult is. First, a group that uses manipulative psychological “mind control” techniques to recruit and control their members. These techniques might be “love bombing”, instant friends or emotional blackmail.
  3. The idea of the cult is relatively modern. English lexicographers record the earliest use of “cult” in the early s. It was adapted or borrowed from the French word fornahollharspirendvavantdetestmostthe.coinfo word was derived from the Latin word cultus, which is the root for other words like cultivate and fornahollharspirendvavantdetestmostthe.coinfo idea of a specific type of worship was only applied during the great religious upheavals in early.
  4. Cults is the debut album by American indie pop band fornahollharspirendvavantdetestmostthe.coinfo album was released in the US on June 7, on In the Name Of, an imprint of Columbia fornahollharspirendvavantdetestmostthe.coinfo album was recorded over the course of and early In early , the band released an EP, which featured two of the songs to appear on the album; "Go Outside" and "Most Wanted".
  5. The Cult – TV Drama Blog. The Cult is an ambitious TV Show. But how does it compare to the real thing? Cultwatch’s founder and director compares the fiction with the reality of cult existence. An irreverent look at the show featuring insights about how cults operate in the real world.
  6. "People develop protective and tribal feelings about the technology they use," says Michael Jolkovski, a clinical psychologist. "And the metaphor of religious wars or cults is pretty accurate.
  7. Mar 08,  · “Technology industries are rife with corporate cults because technology, by its nature, dehumanizes people,” he says. “There’s a danger to running code and staring at a monitor from.
  8. The cult leader managed to convince more than people to move to a compound outside of Waco, Texas, and follow his teachings (which included his belief that men could have multiple wives, including girls as young as 10). On February 28, , the FBI arrived on the scene to arrest Koresh and ended up in a day standoff.

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