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Associated Subjects. In other words, they these space aliens don't want themselves "found out," so they condemn any exploration. Part of that "stay blinded" formula goes like this: "Above all, be married, a good parent, a reasonable church goer, buy a house, pay your mortgage, pay your insurance, have a good line of credit, be socially committed, and graciously accept death with the hope that 'through His shed blood,' or some other equally worthless religious precept, you will go to Heaven after your death.
The cult starts to present the individual with the words that they want to hear, which are; that they are normal, and that there is a place where they are wanted. Although there are few distinct similarities shared between cults, the use of communes is a remarkably common trait. Cults provide a separate society that appeals to potential cult members because it is a removal from the exterior world. Usually when guests visit for the first time to a commune they witness displays of unconditional affection and kindness. In major cities across throughout the world, The Unified Family, sometimes called the Unification Church, has houses which are typically both communal living places for young, single members, and meeting places for a Sunday afternoon or weekday evening meeting.
A pleasant, lively circle of perhaps twenty or twenty-five people, mostly young, will make the guest feel at home.
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He will be given a hymn book containing religious songs in folk and popular style. Someone will play a guitar, and the circle will sing for some thirty minutes. In order for a cult member to be adequately convinced of a cults merits they must see how much more pleasant life will be inside the compound. Cults, like the Hare Krishna, remind members how chaotic the outside world is, and maintain impeccable order inside their compounds to maintain purity.
The details of life are closely regulated by the Spiritual Master. He insists that each devotee take two showers daily, and take a cup of warm milk before retiring; these customs are scrupulously followed. Devotees live an idyllic rural, communal, devotional, and vegetarian life. In the society outside of the cult decisions must be constantly made, and society's expectations are that those who can not succeed in their decision making are failures.
The complexity and ambiguity of life is something that cult members do not want to endure. Different doctors have varying opinions on why people join cults. Gordon Melton is attempting to prove that cult members have not chosen to join cults, they have an actual medical disorder. Melton has found that cult members are emotionally vulnerable and suffering from significant emotional distress. These "seekers" generally move on as soon as they become bored or disenchanted. Melton suggests cults serve as "holding tanks" for young people rebelling against overprotective parents.
A survey performed at the Bethany Hills School found that when asked 'Would you join a cult if it would offer you what you believed to be a better life? Of these 7 respondents, 5 were between the ages of 16 and 19"8 This age group has been established as susceptible to cults because of the pressure placed upon adolescents by their peers. This family stress could inherently cause an individual to search for a more stable home environment, and find refuge in a cult. These are the lesser known, and not as accepted theories on why people join cults. The idea that any specific social-class is more susceptible to cult membership is false.
As history has shown cult members' social class can not be generalized. Social Status is no indicator of susceptibility and no defense against it. For instance, while many of the dead a Jonestown were poor, the Solar Temple favors the carriage trade.
Its disciples have included the wife and son of the founder of Vuarnet sunglass company. The Branch Davidians at Waco came from many walks of life.
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And at Rancho Santa Fe they were paragons of the entrepreneurial class, so well organized they died in shifts. Different people are drawn to different cults, just as different cults prey on different individuals. The research done at the Bethany Hills School is also not entirely accurate because the population is so small that 24 surveys cannot accurately represent most cult members.
Although Dr. Melton's research provides an interesting viewpoint, his claims are still being experimented and have never been fully substantiated. His claim that cult members are young people rebelling against their parents is statistically inaccurate since 35 to year-olds are one of the most common groups of cult members, and make up a large portion of the hundreds of men and women who join cults each year. Cult enlisteers target those who view themselves as a deviant from the rest of society, and give these individuals a false sense of family.
Cult literature lures potential cult members by convincing them that society is an anomalous entity and that they are healthy and sound. The controlled family environment of cults appeals to potential cult members because they have all of their decisions made for them, and do not risk failure. No one is beyond the possibility of joining a cult, applicants require only a hopeless feeling of social inadequacy, a condition apt to strike anyone at some point in life.
Undoutably, many cults are malicious and violent, but they do send a clear message that something is very wrong when sane, healthy people would rather burn, poison, and shoot themselves to death rather than live another moment in society. Endnotes 1. Lacay, Richard. Macleans: The Lure of the Cult March 22 2.multiphp-nginx.prometstaging.com/167.php
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