William Branham Cult Research
was an evangelist from Jeffersonville, Indiana who rose to limited fame during the
Post WWII Healing Movement
, and is
recognized by some as initiating the "Healing Revival." With the help of Imperial Grand Dragon of the Original Knights of the
Ku Klux Klan Roy E. Davis
and Davis's long-term companion and Klan supporter, former Congressman William D. Upshaw
, Branham established a religious cult that has survived long
after his death in 1965.
Seek The Truth, Inc
was established to assist in the cult research, deprogramming from the undue influence of
, and help former cult members
cope with its long-lasting effects. Our research has established the motive behind the cults creation, the stragies employed to control those
trapped inside, and uncovered a large portion of the false information used to recruit new cult members.
William Branham: A Man Sent From God?
Or A Tool Used By Klan Leader Roy Elonza Davis?
Five Step Crash Course
Want to learn the teachings of the religious following of William Branham? We've
made it easy for you by categorizing the list of issues, starting with the easy questions first.
A large portion of our research material is also available in video form. Publications
All of our research is available for free in our list of publications. Bookshelf
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Looking for the official documents recorded in the United States Court System or other supporting records?
Involved in formal discovery or reference material for a legal matter? We've compiled examples in the categories of verbal, physical, and sexual abuse, divorce, and more.
Stone Mountain To Dallas
The Untold Story of Roy E. Davis
Follow the misadventures of the Reverend Roy E. Davis as he migrates across the country, helping to establish the nation's second Ku Klux Klan.
Stone Mountain to Dallas will take you back to a time and place when the South was feeling the pains of Reconstruction, and walk you
through history until the birth of the Civil Rights Movement. Virtually untold until now, the story of Roy E. Davis
will shock you as you learn how one single man played such a big role in the formation of multiple white supremacy groups,
and surprise you to learn that the effects of his work are long-lasting. Follow the life story of Roy E. Davis, from his
days as official spokesman for the Klan where he held public speeches and debates with Imperial Wizard William Joseph Simmons
to his money scams with former Congressman William D. Upshaw of Georgia, to creating a religious cult following through the ministry of
William M. Branham, which eventually led to his promotion to Imperial Grand Dragon of the Original Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.
The controversial issues in the ministry of William Branham.
This reference tool offers an unbiased view of the conflicting statements and ever-changing tales William Branham told that have been transcribed from recorded tape.
Each topic contains a lineup of both supporting and conflicting quotes, giving the reader a view into the stage persona that the cult following has elevated into an object of worship. Quickly browse through the quotes without the time-consuming and cumbersome search utility offered by Voice of God Recordings
The table of contents can be found at: branham-table.org
I Survived A Cult: Personal Glimpses Of An Exodus:
"People have known these things for years, what does it hurt to believe them anyway?"
This single question led to a difficult journey of self-examination. It is a journey that is all part of an exodus away from one of many doomsday cults. You are invited to take a personal tour through the inside of one such cult, capturing glimpses into the people, the places, and the experiences found inside.
I survived a cult. It’s been an exciting journey, and will continue to be one. I’ve met many new friends, seen some new faces, and have started a new life with new possibilities. New leaders are stepping forward to carry the torches for those of us who began the journey together, and when those leaders grow tired, others will continue.