Oct 5, 2021

CultNEWS101 Articles: 10/5/2021 (NXIVM, Clonaid, Canada, Catholic Residential Schools, Child Abuse, Anti-Vax, Unification Church)

NXIVM, Clonaid, Canada, Catholic Residential Schools, Child Abuse, Anti-Vax, Unification Church

News10: NXIVM branding doctor loses medical license
"The doctor responsible for branding women in the Capital Region sex cult, NXIVM, has to turn over her medical license to the New York State Department of Health.

One of the most well-known, stomach-turning details of the NXIVM saga is undoubtedly the branding ceremonies performed on members of DOS, the cult's inner circle. By putting up collateral and bearing the initials of leader Keith Raniere on their skin, these women secretly took a vow of obedience to their master.

Now, the woman responsible for using electric current to make the infamous mark has lost her medical license."
" ... Some cults are just a bit kooky, trying to appeal to nerds, and every now and then pretending they can clone humans. Like the Raelians.

In late 2002, a group called Clonaid, founded by an ex-automotive journalist and minor French pop star called Claude Vorilhon, claimed to have successfully cloned the first human.

This strange group is at the centre of the seventh episode of Yahoo News Australia's Cults Unpacked series."
"OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Catholic bishops in Canada apologized Friday "unequivocally" to Indigenous peoples for the suffering endured in residential schools, just as Pope Francis prepares to meet with Indigenous leaders at the Vatican later this fall.

The institutions held children taken from families across the nation. From the 19th century until the 1970s, more than 150,000 First Nations children were required to attend state-funded Christian schools as part of a program to assimilate them into Canadian society. They were forced to convert to Christianity and not allowed to speak their Native languages. Many were beaten and verbally abused, and up to 6,000 are said to have died.

The Catholic bishops in Canada are promising to provide documents that may help "memorialize" students buried in unmarked graves, work on getting the Pope to visit Canada, and raise money to help fund  initiatives recommended by local Indigenous partners."
"In 1974, I was recruited into a cult. Known as the Unification Church, but often referred to as the Moonies, the group was — and still is — a far-right cult founded by the Korean cult leader Sun Myung Moon. The Moonies believe that Moon was greater than Jesus and is God's "Messiah." His teachings, followers have said, supersede conscience, the Bible, laws and universal human rights."

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