Announcement: Hellbound Alleee show

Sean Prophet will appear on the Hellbound Alleee show, Saturday, January 28, 2006. This will be available as a podcast shortly after the interview. The billing is as follows:

Anatomy of a cult experience
Guest : Sean Prophet
(son of Elizabeth Clare Prophet and former member of the Church Universal and Triumphant)
Topics : his experience in the CUT cult, and how he got out of it.

Comments (2 comments)

David Salt / January 28th, 2006, 2:30 pm / #1

Im looking foward to hearing you on the radio show. However, I just want you to know why I feel that the ministry fell apart and your mother acted so crazy on a lot of issues. All through the ages there were spirit mediums. These mediums would talk to the dead. In the bible they are called “familiar spirits”. Familiar spirits are usually someone that you know or a famous or not so famous person from the past. You have probubly heard all of this before from evangelical Christians, but it should serve as a warning that anyone who talks to the dead. When I read about New Agers (to which your mother claimed that she was not a part of but I disagree) they too have talks with famous people from the dead. The concept of talking to someone from Atlantis is very popular. When I read each New Agers claims about Atlantis I noticed that they were all different. Your mother’s claims are no different–her claims do not match up to other. This indicates to me that these people are getting disinformation–the type of disinformation that I think that God does not want people to have. I was reading an account on the internet some months ago of a person who was talking to a guy named Seth (not the spirits real name, she changed it to stop anyone else contacting him), who was a wise person who existed from Atlantis ions ago. After a while the woman couldnt handle this guy Seth talking to her and telling her what to do. So she tells him to leave and then everything changed and he told her too bad and then he was no longer the wise person but a nasty person. She findly got rid of him by finding a church where the preacher told him to leave. But the moral of the story is that this type of thing has been going on for a long time. So stay away from talking to the dead!

Anon / January 28th, 2006, 10:06 pm / #2

No, the moral of the story is stay away from supernaturalism.


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