Call us:
0-9
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
  Cain & Abel  ·  Calamity  ·  California & Californians  ·  Call Centre  ·  Callisto  ·  Calm  ·  Calvinism  ·  Cambodia & Cambodians  ·  Camel  ·  Camera  ·  Campaign  ·  Camping  ·  Canada & Canadians  ·  Canal  ·  Cancer  ·  Candle  ·  Cannabis & Marijuana  ·  Cannibalism & Cannibals  ·  Capable & Capability  ·  Capacity  ·  Cape Verde  ·  Capital & Capitalism (I)  ·  Capital & Capitalism (II)  ·  Capital Punishment  ·  Captivity  ·  Car  ·  Carbon  ·  Carbon Dioxide  ·  Cards & Playing Cards  ·  Care & Carers  ·  Career  ·  Caribbean & West Indies  ·  Carlyle Group  ·  Carpenter & Carpentry  ·  Carthage  ·  Cartoons  ·  Cash  ·  Castle  ·  Cat  ·  Catalonia  ·  Cathedral  ·  Catholic & Catholicism (I)  ·  Catholic & Catholicism (II)  ·  Cause (Effect) & Causality  ·  Cause (Principle)  ·  Caution & Cautious  ·  Cave  ·  Cayman Islands  ·  CCTV  ·  Celebrity & Celebrities  ·  Celibacy & Celibate  ·  Cell  ·  Celts & Celtic Culture  ·  Censor & Censorship  ·  Central America  ·  Ceremony  ·  Certain & Certainty  ·  Chains  ·  Chair  ·  Champagne  ·  Champion  ·  Chance  ·  Change  ·  Channel Islands  ·  Chaos  ·  Character  ·  Charity  ·  Charles I & Charles the First  ·  Charles II & Charles the Second  ·  Charles, Prince  ·  Charm  ·  Chastity  ·  Cheat & Cheater  ·  Chechnya & Chechens  ·  Cheer & Cheerful  ·  Cheerleaders  ·  Cheese  ·  Chemistry  ·  Chemtrails  ·  Chernobyl  ·  Chess  ·  Chicago  ·  Chicken  ·  Child & Children (I)  ·  Child & Children (II)  ·  Chile & Chileans  ·  Chimpanzee  ·  China & Chinese  ·  Choice & Choose  ·  Christian & Christianity (I)  ·  Christian & Christianity (II)  ·  Christmas  ·  Chupacabra  ·  Church  ·  Churchill, Winston  ·  Churchyard  ·  CIA  ·  Cigar  ·  Cigarette  ·  Cinema  ·  Circumcise & Circumcision  ·  Circumstance & Circumstances  ·  Circus  ·  Citizen  ·  City  ·  Civil & Civility  ·  Civil Liberties & Rights  ·  Civil Service  ·  Civil War  ·  Civil War Spain & Spanish Civil War  ·  Civil War: United States of America & American Civil War  ·  Civil Wars: England & English Civil Wars  ·  Civilisation (I)  ·  Civilisation (II)  ·  Claim  ·  Clairvoyance & Clairvoyant  ·  Clarity  ·  Class & Class War  ·  Classics & Classicism  ·  Clean & Cleanliness  ·  Clergy  ·  Cleveland  ·  Clever & Cleverness  ·  Climate Science & Climate Change  ·  Clinton, Bill & Hillary  ·  Clock  ·  Clone  ·  Clothes  ·  Clouds  ·  Clown  ·  Club  ·  CND  ·  Coal & Coal Mining  ·  Coat  ·  Cobain, Kurt  ·  Cocaine  ·  Code & Code-Breaking  ·  Codex Alimentarius  ·  Coffee  ·  Cognitive Dissonance  ·  Coincidence  ·  Coins  ·  Cold  ·  Cold War  ·  Collect & Collection  ·  College  ·  Colombia & Colombians  ·  Colorado  ·  Colour & Color  ·  Come  ·  Comedy (I)  ·  Comedy (II)  ·  Comet  ·  Comfort  ·  Comic & Comics  ·  Command & Commandment  ·  Comment & Commentary  ·  Commerce & Commercial  ·  Commit & Commitment  ·  Committee  ·  Committee of 300  ·  Commodity & Commodities  ·  Common  ·  Common Purpose  ·  Common Sense  ·  Communicate & Communication  ·  Communism & Communists  ·  Community  ·  Company (Business)  ·  Company (Companion)  ·  Compare & Comparison  ·  Compassion  ·  Competition & Contest  ·  Complain & Complaint  ·  Compliment  ·  Compose & Composer  ·  Compromise  ·  Computer  ·  Con & Conman  ·  Conceit  ·  Concentration Camp  ·  Concept & Conceptual  ·  Concern  ·  Conclude & Conclusion  ·  Condemn & Condemnation  ·  Conference  ·  Confess & Confession  ·  Confidence & Confident  ·  Confidential & Confidentiality  ·  Conform & Conformity  ·  Confuse & Confusion  ·  Congo & Congolese  ·  Congress  ·  Connect & Connection  ·  Connecticut  ·  Conquer & Conquest  ·  Conscience & Consciousness  ·  Conscription  ·  Consensus  ·  Consent  ·  Consequences  ·  Conservatives & Conservative Party  ·  Conserve & Conservation  ·  Consistency & Consistent  ·  Conspiracy (I)  ·  Conspiracy (II)  ·  Constancy & Constant  ·  Constellation  ·  Constitution  ·  Consumer & Consumerism  ·  Contemplate & Contemplation  ·  Contempt  ·  Content & Contentment  ·  Contest & Contention  ·  Continent  ·  Contraception & Contraceptives  ·  Contract  ·  Contradiction  ·  Control & Social Control  ·  Conversation  ·  Conviction (Belief)  ·  Cookery  ·  Cool  ·  Cooper D B  ·  Cooperate & Cooperation  ·  Copper  ·  Coral & Coral Reefs  ·  Corn  ·  Cornwall  ·  Corporation  ·  Corrupt & Corruption  ·  Cosmetics  ·  Cosmology  ·  Cost of Living  ·  Costa Rica & Costa Rican  ·  Cotton  ·  Council on Foreign Relations  ·  Counselling  ·  Country  ·  Country & Western  ·  Countryside  ·  Coup  ·  Courage & Courageous  ·  Court & Courtroom  ·  Courtesy  ·  Covenant  ·  Covet  ·  Cow  ·  Coward & Cowardice  ·  Crack Cocaine  ·  Crazy  ·  Create & Creativity  ·  Creation & Creationism  ·  Creature  ·  Credit & Credit Cards  ·  Crete  ·  Cricket  ·  Cricketers, Meet the  ·  Crime & Criminal  ·  Crimea & Crimean War  ·  Crisis & Crises  ·  Critics & Criticism  ·  Croatia & Croatians  ·  Crocodile  ·  Cromwell, Oliver  ·  Crop Circles  ·  Cross  ·  Crowd  ·  Crown  ·  Crucify & Crucifixion  ·  Cruel & Cruelty  ·  Crusades  ·  Cry  ·  Cryptocurrencies & Bitcoin  ·  Cryptozoology  ·  Crystal Skulls  ·  Crystals  ·  Cuba  ·  Cults  ·  Cults, Meet the (A-I)  ·  Cults, Meet the (J-Z)  ·  Culture  ·  Cunt  ·  Curious & Curiousity  ·  Currency  ·  Curse  ·  Custom  ·  Customer  ·  Customs & Customs Officials  ·  Cut  ·  Cycling & Cyclist  ·  Cynic & Cynicism  ·  Cyprus & Phoenicians  ·  Czech & Czech Republic & Czechoslovakia  
<C>
Cults, Meet the (J-Z)
C
  Cain & Abel  ·  Calamity  ·  California & Californians  ·  Call Centre  ·  Callisto  ·  Calm  ·  Calvinism  ·  Cambodia & Cambodians  ·  Camel  ·  Camera  ·  Campaign  ·  Camping  ·  Canada & Canadians  ·  Canal  ·  Cancer  ·  Candle  ·  Cannabis & Marijuana  ·  Cannibalism & Cannibals  ·  Capable & Capability  ·  Capacity  ·  Cape Verde  ·  Capital & Capitalism (I)  ·  Capital & Capitalism (II)  ·  Capital Punishment  ·  Captivity  ·  Car  ·  Carbon  ·  Carbon Dioxide  ·  Cards & Playing Cards  ·  Care & Carers  ·  Career  ·  Caribbean & West Indies  ·  Carlyle Group  ·  Carpenter & Carpentry  ·  Carthage  ·  Cartoons  ·  Cash  ·  Castle  ·  Cat  ·  Catalonia  ·  Cathedral  ·  Catholic & Catholicism (I)  ·  Catholic & Catholicism (II)  ·  Cause (Effect) & Causality  ·  Cause (Principle)  ·  Caution & Cautious  ·  Cave  ·  Cayman Islands  ·  CCTV  ·  Celebrity & Celebrities  ·  Celibacy & Celibate  ·  Cell  ·  Celts & Celtic Culture  ·  Censor & Censorship  ·  Central America  ·  Ceremony  ·  Certain & Certainty  ·  Chains  ·  Chair  ·  Champagne  ·  Champion  ·  Chance  ·  Change  ·  Channel Islands  ·  Chaos  ·  Character  ·  Charity  ·  Charles I & Charles the First  ·  Charles II & Charles the Second  ·  Charles, Prince  ·  Charm  ·  Chastity  ·  Cheat & Cheater  ·  Chechnya & Chechens  ·  Cheer & Cheerful  ·  Cheerleaders  ·  Cheese  ·  Chemistry  ·  Chemtrails  ·  Chernobyl  ·  Chess  ·  Chicago  ·  Chicken  ·  Child & Children (I)  ·  Child & Children (II)  ·  Chile & Chileans  ·  Chimpanzee  ·  China & Chinese  ·  Choice & Choose  ·  Christian & Christianity (I)  ·  Christian & Christianity (II)  ·  Christmas  ·  Chupacabra  ·  Church  ·  Churchill, Winston  ·  Churchyard  ·  CIA  ·  Cigar  ·  Cigarette  ·  Cinema  ·  Circumcise & Circumcision  ·  Circumstance & Circumstances  ·  Circus  ·  Citizen  ·  City  ·  Civil & Civility  ·  Civil Liberties & Rights  ·  Civil Service  ·  Civil War  ·  Civil War Spain & Spanish Civil War  ·  Civil War: United States of America & American Civil War  ·  Civil Wars: England & English Civil Wars  ·  Civilisation (I)  ·  Civilisation (II)  ·  Claim  ·  Clairvoyance & Clairvoyant  ·  Clarity  ·  Class & Class War  ·  Classics & Classicism  ·  Clean & Cleanliness  ·  Clergy  ·  Cleveland  ·  Clever & Cleverness  ·  Climate Science & Climate Change  ·  Clinton, Bill & Hillary  ·  Clock  ·  Clone  ·  Clothes  ·  Clouds  ·  Clown  ·  Club  ·  CND  ·  Coal & Coal Mining  ·  Coat  ·  Cobain, Kurt  ·  Cocaine  ·  Code & Code-Breaking  ·  Codex Alimentarius  ·  Coffee  ·  Cognitive Dissonance  ·  Coincidence  ·  Coins  ·  Cold  ·  Cold War  ·  Collect & Collection  ·  College  ·  Colombia & Colombians  ·  Colorado  ·  Colour & Color  ·  Come  ·  Comedy (I)  ·  Comedy (II)  ·  Comet  ·  Comfort  ·  Comic & Comics  ·  Command & Commandment  ·  Comment & Commentary  ·  Commerce & Commercial  ·  Commit & Commitment  ·  Committee  ·  Committee of 300  ·  Commodity & Commodities  ·  Common  ·  Common Purpose  ·  Common Sense  ·  Communicate & Communication  ·  Communism & Communists  ·  Community  ·  Company (Business)  ·  Company (Companion)  ·  Compare & Comparison  ·  Compassion  ·  Competition & Contest  ·  Complain & Complaint  ·  Compliment  ·  Compose & Composer  ·  Compromise  ·  Computer  ·  Con & Conman  ·  Conceit  ·  Concentration Camp  ·  Concept & Conceptual  ·  Concern  ·  Conclude & Conclusion  ·  Condemn & Condemnation  ·  Conference  ·  Confess & Confession  ·  Confidence & Confident  ·  Confidential & Confidentiality  ·  Conform & Conformity  ·  Confuse & Confusion  ·  Congo & Congolese  ·  Congress  ·  Connect & Connection  ·  Connecticut  ·  Conquer & Conquest  ·  Conscience & Consciousness  ·  Conscription  ·  Consensus  ·  Consent  ·  Consequences  ·  Conservatives & Conservative Party  ·  Conserve & Conservation  ·  Consistency & Consistent  ·  Conspiracy (I)  ·  Conspiracy (II)  ·  Constancy & Constant  ·  Constellation  ·  Constitution  ·  Consumer & Consumerism  ·  Contemplate & Contemplation  ·  Contempt  ·  Content & Contentment  ·  Contest & Contention  ·  Continent  ·  Contraception & Contraceptives  ·  Contract  ·  Contradiction  ·  Control & Social Control  ·  Conversation  ·  Conviction (Belief)  ·  Cookery  ·  Cool  ·  Cooper D B  ·  Cooperate & Cooperation  ·  Copper  ·  Coral & Coral Reefs  ·  Corn  ·  Cornwall  ·  Corporation  ·  Corrupt & Corruption  ·  Cosmetics  ·  Cosmology  ·  Cost of Living  ·  Costa Rica & Costa Rican  ·  Cotton  ·  Council on Foreign Relations  ·  Counselling  ·  Country  ·  Country & Western  ·  Countryside  ·  Coup  ·  Courage & Courageous  ·  Court & Courtroom  ·  Courtesy  ·  Covenant  ·  Covet  ·  Cow  ·  Coward & Cowardice  ·  Crack Cocaine  ·  Crazy  ·  Create & Creativity  ·  Creation & Creationism  ·  Creature  ·  Credit & Credit Cards  ·  Crete  ·  Cricket  ·  Cricketers, Meet the  ·  Crime & Criminal  ·  Crimea & Crimean War  ·  Crisis & Crises  ·  Critics & Criticism  ·  Croatia & Croatians  ·  Crocodile  ·  Cromwell, Oliver  ·  Crop Circles  ·  Cross  ·  Crowd  ·  Crown  ·  Crucify & Crucifixion  ·  Cruel & Cruelty  ·  Crusades  ·  Cry  ·  Cryptocurrencies & Bitcoin  ·  Cryptozoology  ·  Crystal Skulls  ·  Crystals  ·  Cuba  ·  Cults  ·  Cults, Meet the (A-I)  ·  Cults, Meet the (J-Z)  ·  Culture  ·  Cunt  ·  Curious & Curiousity  ·  Currency  ·  Curse  ·  Custom  ·  Customer  ·  Customs & Customs Officials  ·  Cut  ·  Cycling & Cyclist  ·  Cynic & Cynicism  ·  Cyprus & Phoenicians  ·  Czech & Czech Republic & Czechoslovakia  

★ Cults, Meet the (J-Z)

Cults, Meet the (J-Z): see Cults, Meet the A-I & Cults & God & God’s Fascism & Religion & Christianity & Mormonism & Voodoo & Gods & Zombies & Catholicism & Scientology & Protestantism & Reformation & Secret Societies & Doubt & Cognitive Dissonance

JESUS CHRISTIANS:  Jon Ronson TV - Culthelp online -

 

101,968.  This seemed like it was going to be a sweet story about Christians saving lives but along the way it became a chaos of accusations and anger … (Cults & Kidney)  Jon Ronson, Kidneys for Jesus, Channel 4 2003   

 

101,969.  Could these Jesus Christians really put people under their spell?  (Cults & Kidney)  ibid.

 

101,970.  Almost all of them have decided to donate their kidneys to strangers.  (Cults & Kidney)  ibid.

 

 

101,971.  Founded in Australia in 1982 by David McKay, a native of Rochester, New York, and his wife Cherry, the Jesus Christians have attracted criticism since their inception …

 

In media reports the Jesus Christians have often been identified as an offshoot of the Children of God, a claim McKay disputes …

 

Only thirty members strong, the Jesus Christians live in nomadic communities of five to ten people spread out between Australia, England, Kenya and, until recently, Los Angeles.  Culthelp online article

 

 

JIM JONES & JONESTOWN CULT:  People’s Temple sign - Mark Lane - Evidence of Revision TV - Grace Stoen - Killer Cults TV - Jim Jones - Jerry Furay - Bonnie Thielman - Male Witness - Jeff Schnepper - Great Crimes & Trials TV - Jonestown: Nightmare in Paradise TV - Stephan Jones - Male Witness - Female Witnesses - Deborah Layton-Blakey - Jonestown Cult TV - Jonestown: The World's Biggest Mass Suicide TV - Escaping Evil: My Life in a Cult TV - The Guyana Tragedy TV - Jonestown: The Women Behind the Massacre TV - People Magazine: Jonestown Massacre TV - Jonestown: Paradise Lost TV - In Search of ... TV - 

 

13,514.  Welcome.  The People’s Temple’ children’s song

 

 

124,048.  Jonestown: 'They were murdered.  They did not kill themselves … The government has the tapes of people screaming … Guys with guns telling them, Drink it or we’ll shoot you. ' (Civil Liberties & Biography & Cults, Meet the)  Mark Lane, The Tomorrow Show 1978, cited Citizen Lane 2018

 

 

13,515.  He called it the People’s Temple.  At first the church prospered.  But Jones had a secret life ... Jones suddenly became of deep interest to the most clandestine department of the agency, whose activities included mind control experiments, attempts to assassinate Fidel Castro, and operations to end, infiltrate and disrupt black organisations.  Evidence of Revision V 

 

 

13,516.  The children – he started a thing where he had a paddle with a wooden board.  And microphones were put to their mouths so that their screams and cries could be heard even louder.  He would do this to all the children.  He would do it to all of them to where their butts bled, and say it is OK.  Grace Stoen, former Jim Jones’ follower

 

 

13,517.  On 18th November 1978 923 men, women and children were murdered or committed suicide to fulfil the last wish of Jim Jones, leader of the American cult The People’s Temple.  Killer Cults: Blinded By the Light

 

 

13,518.  Nobody’s gonna come out of the sky.  There’s no heaven up there.  Jim Jones, cited Stanley Nelson ‘Jim Jones: The Life and Death of the People’s Temple’

 

 

13,519.  I will take your call.  We will put it to the Russians.  And I can tell you the answer now because I am a prophet.  Jim Jones 

 

 

13,520.  What’s your sky-God ever done for you?  You can’t convey and plead him for help with your suffering.  He never gave you any food.  He never gave a damn.  He never gave you a home.  But I, a socialist worker, have given you all of those things.  Jim Jones  

 

 

13,521.  I want you to be like I am.  I want you to become what I am.  I want you to enjoy the fearlessness that I have.  The courage that I have.  The compassion that I have.  The love that I have.  The all-encompassing mercy that I have.  I want you to be what I am and something greater.  Jim Jones

 

 

13,522.  I am freedom.  I am peace.  I am justice.  I am equality.  I am God.  Jim Jones

 

 

13,523.  I am peerless.  Jim Jones

 

 

13,524.  Some people see me as the representative of the I Am.  A Jehovah-Jarah.  Some people see a great deal of God in my body.  They see Christ in me.  A hope of glory.  Jim Jones  

 

 

13,525.  We are under the onslaught of a direct move of a mercenary fascist effort.  Jim Jones, Guyana address over loudspeaker  

 

 

13,526.  People play games, friend.  They lie, they lie.  What can I do about lies?  Leave us, I just beg you, please leave us.  Bill, we will bother nobody.  Anybody who wants to get out here can get out of here.  (Cults & Lies)  Jim Jones to Congressman Ryan’s party

 

 

13,527.  So my opinion is that we be kind to children, and we be kind to seniors, and take the portion like they used to take in ancient Greece, and step over quietly.  Because we are not committing suicide; it’s a revolutionary act.  We can’t go back.  They won’t leave us alone.  They’re now going back to tell more lies, which means more Congressmen, and there’s no way, no way we can survive.  (Cult & Suicide)  Jim Jones, Jonestown Guyana, address to followers

 

 

13,528.  Free at last.  Keep – keep your emotions down.  Keep your emotions down.  Children, it will not hurt.  If you’d be – if you’ll be quiet.  If you’ll be quiet.  (Cult & Suicide)  Jim Jones, Jonestown Guyana

   

 

13,529.  For God’s sakes let’s get on with it.  We lived as no other people have lived.  We’ve loved.  We’ve had as much of this world as you are going to get.  Let’s just be done with it.  Let’s be done with the agony of it.  (Cult & Suicide)  Jim Jones  

 

 

13,530.  We laid it down.  We got tired.  We committed an act of revolutionary suicide protesting the conditions of an inhumane world.  (Cult & Suicide)  Jim Jones, cited Stanley Nelson, Jim Jones: The Life and Death of the People’s Temple

 

 

13,531.  Die with a degree of dignity.  Lay down your life with dignity.  Don’t lay down with tears and agony.  There’s nothing to death.  (Cult & Suicide & Death)  Jim Jones

 

 

13,532.  How very much I’ve loved you.  How very much I’ve tried my best to give you a good life.  Jim Jones, Jonestown Guyana

 

 

71,519.  We had a lady who visited us a week ago here and was speaking to one of the [inaudible] and was a member of a prominent church – a pastor’s wife – and she said I think that the poor should be made to control how many children they bring into the Earth – you remember?  Some leading scientists say we have to have euthanasia.  Oh no!  Oh no!  Who’s going to decide who and when a person’s going to die?  We must never allow that because this is the kind of thing that ushers in the terror of a Hitler’s Germany.  (Eugenics & Cults & Euthanasia)  Reverend Jim Jones, The People’s Temple, cited Stanley Nelson ‘Jim Jones: The Life and Death of the People’s Temple’

 

 

13,533.  He said, I am the only God you will ever see.  Jerry Furay, former follower of Jim Jones

 

 

13,534.  And pretty soon he would shake his fist at the sky and say, There is no God.  If there is a God, then strike me dead.  And then he would take a Bible that he kept on the pulpit for that express purpose, and throw it to the floor and spit on it.  Bonnie Thielman, Jones’ adopted daughter

 

 

13,535.  I received a lot of information that I show you here today that indicates a strong possibility that Jonestown and the People’s Temple was in reality a mass mind control experiment conducted by the CIA as a follow up to something called M K Ultra which they conducted from the early 50s through 1974.  (Cult & Mind Control)  Male witness, cited Evidence for Revision IV

 

 

13,536.  In November 1978 the world was stunned by dramatic pictures and stories about Reverend Jim Jones and the mass suicide of hundreds of people in Jonestown, Guyana.  While the deaths were real, the stories were fabrications created to cover up the theft of more than $26,000,000 ... by corrupt politicians.

 

Jones’ second in command, Teresa Buford, was a survivor of the massacre.  Her confession, revealing the true nature of what happened, details Jones’ blueprint for creating his own nation, funded by US taxpayers’ dollars stolen as part of San Francisco’s corrupt political system.  Buford’s allegations have been supported by Charles Garry, Jones’ first lawyer, eight boxes of notes, and correspondence found by The New York Times, and newly unsealed records turned over to the California Historical Society.  In my research, all discrepancies between what she alleged and what was reported in 1978 have been resolved by independent documentation supporting her position.  I believe Buford.  This is her story:

 

Terri Buford was Jones’ mistress and financial manager of the Peoples Temple in California.  The daughter of a former naval commander and spy, Buford reveals the mind control and brainwashing techniques used by Jones and his followers to manage the members of the People's Temple.  That was just the beginning, however.  Jones’s objective was power.  Using the Temple as a base, he manipulated its members to vote for, and support, local Californian candidates. Membership in Jones’ church reached 20,000 in California by the early 1970s, and his church had 13 buses used to transport large groups on short notice to any political rally or demonstration he supported.  In the successful 1975 San Francisco mayoral campaign of George Moscone.  Temple members went from precinct to precinct, voting over and over.  Officials at the polling places never confiscated the voters’ yellow registration forms.  There were more votes cast than registered voters.  When Moscone’s opponent, John Barbagelata, complained about voter fraud, Jones sent him a box of candy with a bomb.  Jef Schnepper, Jonestown Massacre: The Unrevealed Story

1
...