Nobody Joins a Cult

Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple

This is a trailer for the film, “Jonestown: The Life and Death of People’s Temple“.

The opening text of the trailer begins with:

On November 18th, 1978 in Jonestown, Guyana, 909 members of Peoples Temple died in what has been called the largest mass suicide in modern history.

Deborah Layton, author of the book Seductive Poison: A Jonestown Survivor’s Story of Life and Death in the People’s Temple, is quoted in the trailer:

“Nobody joins a cult. Nobody joins something they think’s going to hurt them. You join a religious organization, you join a political movement, and you join with people that you really like.”

This quote is extremely ominous and telling at the same time.

It certainly hits home why the resources contained in the previous posts are so vitally important to anyone who is considering or who has friends or relatives considering becoming involved in organizations or Large Group Awareness Training groups that they consider to be suspect:

Six Danger Signs of Harmful LGATs
To learn what to watch out for in friends/family members newly involved in Large Group Awareness Training.

Mind Control Made Easy
To watch a short film that accurately spoofs key characteristics of cult groups and cult leaders.

Seven Key LGAT Articles
To read articles from seven sources that research Large Group Awareness Training.

Doing Due Diligence
To begin to learn how to question and start the due diligence into these groups. When educating yourself about “personal life transformation” you should check out potential groups/companies as thoroughly as you would when buying a new car or house.

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