Published 2018-04-16
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7 Most dangerous SECTS in the world...

As Arthur C. Clarke said, "One of the great tragedies of mankind is that morality has been hijacked by religion." And this quote is the stark reality in regard to religious cults. Belief in God can have its psychological and spiritual benefits, but following a religious cult blinded by superstition and misplaced faith can and has led to numerous massive, and not always moral, destructions! Next, we will talk about 7 sects whose practice contributed (some still do today) strongly to the superstitious attitude of the people, so that they proved to be dangerous for humanity.

1. Scientology

The infamous Church of Scientology was formed in 1953 by the writer L. Ron Hubbard. It could be said that one of the richest cults, with high-profile members like Tom Cruise, has certainly been controversial since its inception. This religious sect is based on the idea of ​cleaning the human psyche of emotions and "negative" memories and highlighting its potential with intense therapy sessions that are often based on the use of lie detectors. He claims that it is based on scientific research and facts, but Scientology is known for its official litigation and murky ways of locking up its critics and apostates alike, often murdering them, according to rumors. Tom Cruise’s stories, however, did not go well with Scientology.

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After following the orders of the sect and cutting off all contact with Holmes and their daughter, Tom Cruise, the possessor of the most characteristic smile in the world of cinema may be about to make the best decision of his life. He might have realized how much this costs! In the magazine, we read that for him the separation with his daughter is something so unbearable that it is impossible to alleviate even with his devotion to the religious institution. "He has reached the breaking point, and something has to give. If he wants her back, he'll have to walk away from the church, which has been a huge part of his life, to say the least. Leaving Scientology would be the toughest decision he'll ever have to make!"

1. Scientology

"If Scientology declared open season on Tom, they could bury him, since they've probably got all sorts of dirt on him from his audit sessions. However, this step could become your own impossible mission. Katie would be thrilled to see Tom leave Scientology, she would love to have him build a healthy relationship with Suri. It'd be a dream come true actually, but she is not expecting it. She has zero hope Tom will leave Scientology for Suri - he has made it clear many times that he is in it for life."

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2. Children of God (The Family International)

This severely twisted cult, founded by David Berg and also known as Family International, is dedicated to pedophilia and se*, to put it bluntly. The followers of this sect believed that intimate relationships with infants were natural and correct. Based on the belief that the apocalypse will arrive, the sect uses "coquettish fishing" to obtain new members. The children who were born as a result of it were held as "babies of Jesus." Rose McGowan, the American actor, escaped from the sect and revealed part of his brutality later. It is rumored that women members of this cult are also forced to sell themselves and be enslaved for intimate favors.

3. Raëlismo

Also known as Raelianism, this is a UFO religion (they believe in the existence of extraterrestrial flying entities) founded in 1974. They think that life on earth was created scientifically by these creatures and that prophets like Buddha, Jesus, etc., are just Elohim (name used for the cult of extraterrestrials). Raëlismo fights for world peace, exchange, democracy, and nonviolence, but also has a very liberal attitude towards relationships. The founder of the sect, Claude Vorilhon, known as Raël, claims to be in contact with "God". According to this, through mechanisms such as human cloning and the transfer of the mind, humans can achieve eternal life.

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4. Jonestown The Life and Death of Peoples Temple

"The Peoples Temple of the Disciples of Christ", commonly known as the Temple of the People, was a religious cult founded by Jim Jones in 1955, in America. Jones was a twisted man, and using the idea that the Bible was just a justification for white men to dominate women and people of color, he preached "socialism" and solidified his false "faith healing" ability. The Temple of the People is, truly, an apocalyptic cult in its nature, taking into account that 918 people died in the Agricultural Project of the Temple of the People in a massive suicide by poison whose objective was to reach the divinity. This incident recorded the highest number of civilian deaths in the United States before September 11.

5. Heaven's Gate

Heaven's Gate is another UFO religion of apocalyptic cult that was founded in the 70s. Apparently, the founders of this sect claimed that extraterrestrial beings from other worlds had arrived on Earth. They also urged their members to throw all their attachments to the planet to be eligible for the other level, as it was believed that the Earth would also be cleansed. In 1997, the police found the bodies of 39 people of the cult. They had committed mass suicide believing that they would be transferred to an alien spaceship that was behind the comet Hale-Bopp and that in turn would help them reach that other level.

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6. Church of Euthanasia

Initiated by Chris Korda in the city of Boston, this religious sect was relatively new. Apparently, the cult was dedicated to restoring the balance between humans and the remaining species on Earth, prohibiting the procreating of its members in an excessive manner. In addition, this religion was based on four main doctrines: suicide, abortion, cannibalism (of people already dead) and sodomy (since the se*ual act does not lead to procreation). They boasted of slogans like "save our planet, kill yourself" and "eat a fetus for Jesus", which should give you an idea of ​​how extreme they really were.

7. Order of the Solar Temple

Initiated by Joseph Di Mambro and Luc Jouret in 1984 in Geneva, the cult of the Solar Temple Order believed in the existence and ideals of the Knights Templar (an organization of the most powerful Western Christian military orders that existed between the 12th and 12th centuries). 14). They also supported the establishment of "correct notions of authority and power in the world," and helping humanity through a great transition. They also believed in the second coming of Christ as king-solar God. In 1994, Di Mambro ordered the murder of a 3-month-old baby, identifying him as the Antichrist. This cult is known for the execution of mass murders and suicides in Switzerland as part of their religious rituals. The dead believers left farewell notes stating that they were going to escape the hypocrisy and oppression of this world.

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