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Best Aum Shinrikyo podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Aum Shinrikyo podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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We all would like to think that we're immune to being persuaded, but were that true, advertising wouldn't work, the best candidates would always get elected, and our personal relationships would always be equitable. On Belief examines why, with so much information available to us to dissuade us from joining harmful groups. I ask people who have had first hand experience with harmful groups and sects how they were seduced, how they were tricked, and how they got out.
 
Oftentimes, fact is scarier than fiction. Creepypastas are fun, but true crime is chilling. Whether you're old or young, healthy or blah, true crime surrounds us all. Join author Angela Nicole Chu every Wednesday for some downright chilling true crime tales. Grab your tea, and take a sip :)
 
Are you a lover of mysteries, a seeker of the unknown? If so, welcome to Hidden: a podcast that takes a closer look at the shadowed fringes of our society. Join us every other Wednesday as we pull back the curtain to discuss all things cults, cryptids, and conspiracies.
 
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This episode features historian Thomas David DuBois, who is currently Professor of Humanities at Beijing Normal University. Thomas discusses his original reasons for studying China, the application of historical anthropology in his work, his interest and work in Chinese food, the effect of the death of celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain had on his thi…
 
WARNING This episode contains frank discussion of emotional, physical and sexual abuse of minors In this episode, we discuss: How Jim became aware of the initial allegations against R Kelly How R Kelly targeted his victims How R Kelly controlled his victims What we know about his co-conspirators Does R Kelly know he's an abuser? How "The Settlement…
 
In this episode, we discuss: Why Dana quickly learned it's not ok to question things What happened when Dana chose a bible passage to discuss in group What happened to a friend of hers who was asked to leave What was the final straw for her What she learned about the group after leaving What life is like outside of the organization And more... Supp…
 
The Branch Davidians may be one of the longest-running cults on our list, established in the early 1930’s. After decades of shifting power, the Davidians would find themselves bunkered down in their commune in Waco, Texas. FBI and ATF agents charged their grounds firing assault rifles, hoisting ladders onto the roof, throwing tear gas grenades, and…
 
Dana was looking for a way to heal after a relationship break up. What she found was a high demand group with some questionable ideas about personal responsibility. In this episode, we discuss: What is Neo-Calvinism? What does Acts 29 believe? What is the Acts 29 lifestyle like? What happens in study groups? What made her begin to question her comm…
 
One of the most infamous cult-related events to ever occur involves a man named Jim Jones and his new religious movement termed, “The Peoples Temple”. This racially focused, communist cult claimed to reach a massive 20,000 members and could gather as many as 3,000 members with as little as 6 hours notice. As they grew in size and scope they were fo…
 
In this episode, we discuss: Some of the unusual requests made of him in the interview How forcing candidates to work for free set up a culture of precarcity What happened when he negotiated his salary What illegal thing he was asked to do The strange veneration of the group's leader And more... Follow Jordan at @jordanuhl on twitter or join his po…
 
In Part 2, We discuss: What it's like to leave a group and a marriage at the same time Leaving a group when you're not legally free to work inthe country where you live How having a son made Eric re-evaluate his experiences When he knew it was time to leave How he got out What he did once he was out And more... Support On Belief: A Podcast About Cu…
 
Eric joins me to discuss: How his family beng involved in an LGAT might have primed him to join ISKCON later in life What the belief system of ISKCON is How restrictive the lifestyle can be Why ISKCON is full of contradictions of practice vs doctrine How love and marriage are handled What the Devotee-Guru relationship looks like And more... Support…
 
Aum Shinrikyo, have you ever heard of them? This Japanese doomsday cult was founded by Shoko Asahara in 1984 and was operating as recently as 2005. This dangerous and massive cult brought together the ideals of Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity and most importantly yoga. To no surprise, they also took part in their fair share of hallucinogenic drugs…
 
In this episode, Marie and I discuss: What do Mormons actually believe? What are the expectations put on every member of a Mormon Family? How are Mormon sons and Mormon daughters raised differently? What does courtship look like in the church? What does the church actually teach about homosexuality? What is life like for women at BYU? And much more…
 
In this episode, we discuss: What preconditions cause Narcissism How to tell if you're dealing with a Narcissist Narcissists in the workplace Narcisissts in relationships Narcissists as parents What makes Narcissists the perfect Cult leaders How to protect yourself from Narcissists And more... Visit http://wkeithcampbell.com for more info Support O…
 
Glynn Washington and I discuss: Why he wanted to revisit Heaven's Gate Why there are people who are sad they missed their chance to join the departed What chilled him to his bone in the interview process What it was like for him growing up in a cult What it's like for an African American man to be in a cult with White Supremacist doctrine What it w…
 
Dock Ellis stood at the mound 6 foot 3, armed with a mean fastball. Throughout the course of his career, he suited up for 5 ball clubs and concluded his 12 years in the big leagues with a 3.46 ERA and 1 no-hitter. However, years after that no-hitter Ellis’s popularity peaked when admitted to the public that he had accomplished the feat while trippi…
 
The promise of Large Group Awareness Training is that it's a "bootcamp for the mind." You can get a lot of therapeutic benefit out of just a few highly intense days. The problem is, LGATs have always been pure moneymaking operations with no credible therapeutic basis. In this episode, Kate and I discuss: How she got involved with XXXXXXX What actua…
 
When the United States entered World War II every able-bodied man was expected to volunteer for the war effort. Some of the most renowned names in baseball volunteered - Ted Williams, Stan Musial, and Joe DiMaggio all served. During these years the MLB suffered a serious loss of talent. In response, women stepped up to the plate to fill the void in…
 
Juana Castanheira, our survivor of SGI contacted me after her episode to ask to further articulate what processing out of a cult looks like. In this episode, we discuss: The shame and guilt of leaving What happened when she tried to resign from her leadership position at SGI Why she later worked again for SGI Her experiences with MLMs Her experienc…
 
Moe Berg was many things. A Princeton Grad, a speaker of 10 languages and a Major League Catcher but the title that draws the most attention is likely as an undercover spy during the height of WW2. On this episode we will learn how this genius ballplayer played a massive role in Europe as a member of the OSS and how he was able to supply the United…
 
Chelsea Lockwood, author of this Medium Piece Joins me to discuss her time in the Jehovah's Witnesses, leaving, and healing through Ayahuasca ceremonies. In this episode, we discuss: How aware children are made of the apocalyptic nature of the Jehovah's Witness beliefs Corporal punishment in the Jehovah's Witnesses What types of abuse she was privy…
 
In this episode, we discuss: How to identify a problematic partner How sociopaths target and manipulate partners Why love bombing is important to both cults and abusive partners Whether we're as good at identifying liars as we thing The similarities between cult leader behaviours and abusive partner behaviours How to get out of a bad relationship A…
 
The Sultan of Swat, The King of Crash, The Colossus of Clout, THE GREAT BAMBINO! These are just a few of the nicknames of George Herman “Babe” Ruth. The babe terrorized the MLB for 22 seasons, accumulating 714 home runs, 2214 RBI’s, and a lifetime .342 batting average. If those numbers are too old school for you, how does 182 Wins Above Replacement…
 
Jackie Mitchell was a strong woman with curves so impressive they made headlines: her nasty curveball, dubbed a “drop ball”, would win her a place in baseball history. She was one of the first women to play professional baseball and struck out two Yankee legends in an exhibition game. Yet, her career wouldn’t end there - she would later go on to pi…
 
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