The cult investigated various methods of implementing death and destruction on a massive scale. They tried every possibility, ranging from military weapons, to biological and chemical warfare. They settled on the nerve gas sarin, and ran several real-world tests, resulting in deaths. Life within the cult was no picnic either: Stay and obey, or leave and die.
The second article on the Heaven’s Gate cult describes in detail how the cult members shed their earthly containers, in order to be able to board the spaceship that followed in the trail of the Hale-Bopp comet.
The preamble to the devastating raid on the compound at Mount Carmel. How did the preparations go? What were the reasons for the raid? Why the show of force? Why did it go so wrong?
Part 1: How the Tokyo subway became a death trap, and hundreds of people got caught in a Millennial cult of mind-control and New Age rubbish.
Part 1: A botched ATF raid on a religious compound resulted in a 51-day siege and the deaths of almost a hundred people, many of them children.
Why are cults so popular? Why do they sometimes lead to death and destruction? A closer look at four cults that gripped the world in tales of mayhem.
Part 1: UFO believers are not always mere fantasy-prone romantics, hooked on Star Trek and other science-fiction dreams.
Indigo Children are a genetically unique new race of children possessing a very specific set of personality traits, and who are psychically linked to Kryon, a being reported to be a disembodied entity of a different order than human, who has “been with the Earth since the beginning”.
The psychic, who claimed to talk to John Lennon, also claims to be “UK’s finest psychic medium profiler … renowned for his involvement in helping police solve high profile crimes”. It turns out that his claims ring somewhat hollow, when investigated.
It seems these days there is no shortage of “quantum” machines, or “quantum” explanations that will cure all known ills, generate unlimited “free” energy, communicate with the dead, explain personal “reverse causality” or perform any other highly improbable thing you can think of. One might be tempted to be skeptical, except that it’s just “science” isn’t it? Doesn’t quantum mechanics prove all these things to be true? Decide for yourself…