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Families Against Cult Teachings and Abuses
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Families Against Cult Teachings is primarily focused on raising awareness and educating to the existence, ideology, and methodology of dangerous active cults in the United States and abroad.
Families Against Cult Teachings is primarily focused on raising awareness and educating to the existence, ideology, and methodology of dangerous active cults in the United States and abroad.

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#Abuse in never ok. Learn the signs & patterns and Please pass it along to others.
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Students are Empowering themselves and we Love hearing from them! http://ow.ly/y09N30jCS4d
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Allison Mack of "Smallville" arrested on Friday with charges of sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy and forced labor conspiracy for her involvement in a woman's "self help" organization.

http://ow.ly/6A7t30jCLTE
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A woman recently reached out to us saying she was "prone to joining cult groups" and asked our opinion of these websites - Nemeta.org, Metahistory.org, Giaspora.org, Kalirising.org and John Lamb Lash. We don't have any specific knowledge or experience with these websites, teachings or this person so we wanted to ask all of you if you have any information, knowledge or feedback.

Your feedback is appreciated.

Sincerely,
The FACT Team

http://ow.ly/bPKc30jAVlZ
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Dynasty Star, Catherine Oxenberg, "started a crusade to rescue her daughter India from NXIVM last year and brought worldwide attention to the vicious sex-slaver cult. Now her daughter may be charged with human trafficking. Many, including Catherine, believe India is brainwashed." http://ow.ly/3Mor30jvOlS
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Complaints keep coming in about Victory Outreach Church! Here's the latest one we've received.

http://ow.ly/m4Oj30jtDnL
More Complaints re: Victory Outreach Church
More Complaints re: Victory Outreach Church
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Over the last several years we've spoken to and interviewed many former Scientologists who were part of the “elite” Sea Organization, the “Clergy” who sign Billion year contracts with the Church of Scientology and we were astounded to find out that during their time involved in Scientology none of them had access to their Passports, were regularly deprived of adequate sleep, food and nutrition, in many cases were shipped off to other parts of the country or world on work “projects” and were away from their family or any sort of support system aside from the church itself. Their phone calls were monitored, their mail was opened and read before they received it and they were usually in pairs of two. Their living conditions usually consisted of living in a dorm style set up with 6-8 other members. Vacation time off was almost unheard of and there was no time for leisure, hobbies or personal interests as they were consistently required to work 60-80 hours a week and be in “class” if there was time available off duty.

Human Trafficking comes in many shapes and sizes. Please share!
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We found this very educational and hope those who are still struggling will watch it.

http://ow.ly/99AV30jn1AT
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April's issue of Apostate Monthly Magazine features the tragic story of the Beloved Sharon Stern. Order your copy today at the link below.

"Cult like, abusive personalities are not just found in religious settings, as the tragic tale of dance student Sharon Stern so demonstrates. Find out more about her story and her family's work with FACT in this month's issue"

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One Day Educational Conference for former members of abusive religious groups and high-demand churches along with friends, family and others with interest.

When: April 21, Saturday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm,

Questions to be addressed:

How does one define an abusive religious group or high-demand church?
Where does the responsibility rest for one’s involvement?
How do family and friends cope when loved ones join one of these groups?
Why and how do people exit these destructive groups or churches?
How can healing and recovery for all involved best occur?
What are supportive resources for increased understanding and recovery?

Read all details at link below:
http://ow.ly/HIXN30jjYG3
One Day Conference - Littleton, CO
One Day Conference - Littleton, CO
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