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Jim Jones Peoples Temple and "Message" Cult Research Jim Jones was a "Message" cult minister who founded the Peoples Temple in Indianapolis, Indiana. With the help of Reverends William Branham and Joseph Mattsson-Boze, Jones was quickly lifted into limited fame during the Post WWII Healing Revival. In 1978, Jones and over 900 of his followers committed mass suicide using cyanide-laced Kool-Aid in Jonestown, Guyana.
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William Branham "Message" Cult Research William Branham was a Post WWII Healing Revival minister credited as the catalyst for the "Latter Rain" movement, founder of the "Message" cult, and leader of the "Minifest Sons of God" sect. Through his work in the 1940's through 1960's, many destructive religious cults were created. The most famous of which is People's Temple, which ended in a tragic mass-suicide when "Message" cult pastor Reverend Jim Jones convinced over 900 victims to commmit mass suicide.
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Roy E. Davis Ku Klux Klan Cult Research Roy E. Davis was an official spokesman for William Joseph Simmmons and the 1915 Ku Klux Klan, as well as a founding member of the group. With the help of Simmons and others, Davis held leadership roles in multiple white supremacy groups, including Royal Ambassador for the Knights of the Flaming Sword, and Imperial Grand Dragon of the Original Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. Davis started a Pentecostal church in Jeffersonville, Indiana where he ordained ministers and created evangelists for his hidden agendas. Through Davis and Klan appointed Congressman William D. Upshaw, William Branham was ordained and lifted quickly into fame as a Post-WWII Healing Revivalist.
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The Message: The Series The Message: The Series Take a walk through history as William Branham and his associates create a new sect of Pentecostalism.

Our Stories Our Stories - A Personal Glimpse Into Cult and Post-Cult Life Stories submitted by former cult members who are willing to share their experiences after having been under the control of a destructive cult.

Freedom of Mind Resource Center Cult Database The Freedom of Mind Resource Center Cult Database contains a large list of destructive cult groups that have been analyzed and documented according to their mind control techniques and characteristics.