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Millions of people have been impacted by the authoritative control of destructive cults. Even after leaving, many still suffer from the effects of undue influence and the pressure of having forfeited personal freedom and control of their lives.

Healing can be found through understanding the true nature of a destructive cult, their methods of control, and the long-lasting struggles former cult members experience from day to day.

Understand Undue Influence

By learning and understanding the techniques used to influence or persuade groups of people into choices they would not normally make, former cult members can begin to heal. After having been the target of undue influence for any number of years, their pain is real. But with the right tools, former cult members can find peace with their new lives.

Freedom of Mind

Many former cult members experience a level of freedom after leaving their oppressive groups. Until their mind is free from the after-effects of authoritative control, however, they are still bound by the programmed response to situations and emotions. Finding peace of mind through freedom of thought control is critical to healing. By understanding how cult groups control behavior, information, thought, and emotion, and by understanding how to reverse programmed response, former cult members can find freedom of mind.


Reverend G. Williard Collins - 1926-2017
I just got news that my grandfather passed away. Reverend G. Willard Collins, who pastored William Branham's "Branham Tabernacle" for almost fifty years, died from a battle with cancer. Many in Branh ...

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Breaking Down The Walls
Unless a destructive religious cult reaches the point of becoming armed and militant, there are no walls to separate cult members from the outside world. Members of a cult live what appear to be norm ...

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Healthy Adjustment
When former members of a religious cult have healed to the point of attending a new church or social group, they often struggle with even the thought of conformity. Having been manipulated into behav ...

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Jim Jones - The Malachi 4 Elijah Prophecy

When Reverend William Branham prophesied of God's blessing of Reverend Jim Jones ministry during a joint Latter Rain healing campaign in Indianapolis, Indiana, he had no idea what he had started. As Jones took his place in line as a "Malachi 4 Elijah Prophet," a deadly chain reaction ended in the deaths of over 900 people during what would become known as the Jonestown Massacre.

Did this chain reaction start with William Branham's call for an Exodus during his time in the ministry with Jim Jones? Historical data that has now been made available to the public might hold the answers.

Stone Mountain To Dallas - The Untold Story of Roy E. Davis

Roy Elonza Davis was a religious grifter from Texas who hung his hat in middle Georgia to evade the Texas authorities. Posing as a Baptist minister, he made connections with prominent figures in Atlanta and the surrounding area. When the Ku Klux Klan was revived in 1915, Davis helped to write the constitution, by-laws, and ritual. As popularity of the White nights began to spread, Davis became an official spokesperson for William Joseph Simmons, the Imperial Wizard.

After Simmons was ousted, Davis continued to work with Simmons as Royal Ambassador of the Knights of the Flaming Sword. After Klan membership began to decline with the fall of D. C. Stephenson of Indiana, Davis seized the opportunity to rebuild. Together with former Georgia Congressman and Klansman William D. Upshaw, Davis started to build a Klan organization of his own. This time, he had an unusual ally: The Reverend William Marrion Branham, leader of the Post WWII Healing Revival.