Sep 12, 2017

Krishna Cult Awareness Foundation

Gaura Rader
Gaura Rader has a BS.C. in psychology and an M.A. in philosophy from the University of Florida. He was born in a Krishna cult and went to Krishna cult boarding schools and private schools until he started college. When he was eighteen he joined the Krishna cult he was born by deciding to dedicate his life to God and become lifelong celibate monk. He spent approximately ten years as a member of a Krishna cult. He currently teaches ethics at Hocking College and is working on completing a Ph.D. in social psychology. His research is focused on the psychological foundations of morality. He is the author fo the upcoming (2016) book The God Question: What should we believe about God, science, religion, and morality? He blogs at http://krishnacult.com/.

Krishna Cult Awareness Foundation is a project whose goal is to provide information about Krishna cults to non-members who are considering joining and to help current and former members transition out of the cult.

Over the years a number of people have left Krishna cults and detailed their experiences (Steven J. Gelberg, Nori Muster, Willem Vanderberg) and there are a number of people contributing to the conversation about Krishna cults on various blogs and youtube channels.

Krishna Cult Awareness Foundation seeks to facilitate the evolution and the anti-Krishna cult movement by being a comprehensive resource for those, whether individuals or members of institutions) looking to know more about Krishna cults and how they function. And an online community (Like the Facebook page!!!) for those that have been a part of and left Krishna cults.

If you’d like to get involved in the project in any way email Gaura at gaurarader@gmail.com.


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