WARNING! These links are provided for informational purposes only. Please be advised that some of the cults, political groups and scams listed here are potentially dangerous. Click on the links and enjoy the ride into madness but please DO NOT CONTACT any of the people or groups listed here. Although many of the groups listed here may call themselves Christian or Islamic or Buddhist or Hindu (or some other religious persuasion) please be aware that these are cults (I will only link groups that have been described as cults or which have had warnings made against them by cult watch organizations). Please also be aware that ALL of the products I will link to here are scams, under no circumstances purchase ANYTHING from ANY of the sites listed here. You have been warned and I cannot be held responsible if you choose to ignore this warning.
Stop Alien Abductions
Tired of aliens interfering with your mind? Think that aliens may be controlling your thoughts. Worry no more...this site will teach you how to stop these pesky aliens and help you restore control of your mind (by the way, this site is not a joke).
The Flat Earth Society
You believe the earth is round? Well here's a bunch of folks convinced that the earth is in fact flat. That's right a flat earth. According to these people science (together with Satan) has been fooling us for hundreds of years..
and guess what? There is not just one Flat Earth Society but two! Apparently the group had a falling out and split in two. Here's the other one:
You mean you still eat food? Ah that's soooooooo last century. Give up the food 'addiction' and live on air. This really is the next level in New Age absurdity.
Borderland Sciences Research Foundation
The type of group that will give credence and validiy to every and any crazy New Age idea you can think of.
Alfred W. Lawson was the Leonardo da Vinci of kooks. Not only did he discover the Cause of Sex, the Cause of Evolution and the Cause of Capillary Action, but he was also the inventor of the airliner and the two-tier passenger compartment (and many other mechanical devices), played in and managed pro baseball teams, founded the University of Lawsonomy and the Direct Credits Society and somehow found time to invent and expound on LAWSONOMY, the Knowledge of Life. In the 1920s, he promoted health practices including vegetarianism and claimed to have found the secret of living to 200. He also developed his own highly unusual theories of physics, according to which such concepts as "penetrability", "suction and pressure" and "zig-zag-and-swirl" were discoveries on par with Einstein's Theory of Relativity. He published numerous books on these concepts, all set in a distinctive typography. Lawson repeatedly predicted the worldwide adoption of Lawsonian principles by the year 2000. Check it out...
Alex Chiu's Eternal Life Device
Can wearing a goofy looking magnet on your fingers and toes make you live forever? According to this kook, it can. But that's not all -- Alex also has plans on how to build a teleportation device, and it's important that someone spend the money to build it, because, according to Alex, "Teleportation must be invented. If we don't invent teleportation, China will throw nuclear bomb everywhere. Especially now everyone can live forever."
Christian Research Institute
This cult is run by Hank Hanegraff who, surprise surprise, has the answer to everything. These guys are typical 'only we have all the answers' crowd. Great site to look through for a laugh but please remember, this is a cult, don't contact.
Jesus (and every other promised messiah in history) has already returned and is living among us today. His name is Maitreya and he has come to save us (it's funny this guy has been making claims for over 30 years but nothing seems to happen, I guess it's all part of the plan). Warning, this is one nutty cult, visit their site but do not contact (they will barrage you with endless spam if you do).
Well if Maitreya was not enough and you need another messiah in your life how about Da Free John? Adi Da Samraj(November 3, 1939 – November 27, 2008),born Franklin Albert Jones in Queens, New York, was a spiritual teacher, writer and artist, and the founder of a new religious movement known as Adidam. Adi Da changed his name numerous times throughout his life; these names included Bubba Free John, Da Free John, Da Love-Ananda, Da Kalki, Da Avadhoota, and Da Avabhasa among others. From 1991 until his death, he was known as Adi Da Love-Ananda Samraj or Adi Da. Adi Da initially became known in the spiritual counterculture of the 1970s for his books and public talks, and for the activities of his religious community. His philosophy was essentially similar to many eastern religions which see spiritual enlightenment as the ultimate priority of human life. Distinguishing his from other religious traditions, Adi Da declared that he was a uniquely historic avatar (incarnation of a god or divinity in human form). As such, Adi Da stated that devotional worship of him is the sole means of spiritual enlightenment (the guy had a bit of an ego issue). Warning! This group is on every cult watch list you can think of. No contact please.
Frederick Lenz created the greatest way to get laid that I've ever seen. First you study a little Zen. Then you start holding seminars claiming to offer spiritual enlightenment to your followers. Then you start telling female followers that having sex with a zen master will allow them to experience higher states of consciousness. WHAT A CONCEPT! You have to admire cult gurus who find easy access to people's heads (and bodies) with a clever line of bull**** like that. Heck, if I had no principles, I'd probably do it! Rama, as Lenz likes to be called, is also a new age musician -- but get this: He doesn't play any instruments, compose, mix, or do anything to make any of his own music. No, he outsources his musicians, and pays them for the use of their music in his albums, then calls himself the creator of the music. He also has a computer company that doesn't produce hardware, software, or even sell computers. Apparently, he gets his followers to be employees, then they pay part of their salaries back to his organization. What a cool racket! Get a bunch of people to follow you and do whatever you want, and you get guaranteed income!
Remember the Heaven's Gate Cult that commited suicide a while back? Well, this is another cult that we should keep an eye on. According to authorities Elizabeth Clare Prophet and her followers have been talking about mass- suicide for some time now (or 'ascention' as they prefer to call it). The Center for the Study of Cults has labelled this group a high risk mass suicide cult. Its only a matter of time apparently.
Sherrie Elijah is one of those big-haired Bible-bimbos who has a personal intercom with the almighty himself. She's an aspiring musician, and you can hear her song "Citizen in Hell", in real audio, which she gives a full five minutes of warnings for before she sings it -- if you call it singing, that is. I'll tell you, friends, that after hearing the whole 15 minutes of this song, that I was more scared of Sherrie than I was of going to Hell! Here's an excerpt from the lyrics: "Flaming worms crawl in, Flaming worms crawl out in the belly button and out the mouth! in the front and out the rear ! in the eyes and out the ears! we scream for mercy yet NO one cares or hears! Red hot pain in my blood rivers of feces, lava, vomit and blood it looks like a flood! Flames everywhere yet they cast NO light! all I have is every kind of pain, terror , torture and fright! I am a Citizen in HELL!" Keep in mind that Sherrie doesn't actually sing this song, so much as drone it out. But she's got an excuse for her tone-deafness and lack of instrumental ability -- she's singing it as she heard it in a vision she received. You gotta admit -- it's a clever way of explaining away her lack of musical skill!
God Hates Fags
Rev. Fed Phelps, the most hated man in Topeka Kansas (and other places, too!) made national headlines when he and his followers showed up at lots of parades and social events with their signs -- signs with wondeful, loving captions like "AIDS CURES FAGS, THANK GOD FOR AIDS", "FAGS BURN IN HELL", "NO TEARS FOR QUEERS", and other wonderful messages. Phelps made bigger headlines when he started using his fax machine to fax-bomb city offices with slanderous, harrassing faxes, some of his opponents got over 200 disturbing faxes from him a day. Now his church has a computer, with an internet hook up. You can just imagine what he'll do now!
Jack Van Impe Ministries
Jack Van Impe has been predicting that the world is just a couple of years away from witnessing all of the events in Daniel and Revelation for nearly 40 years now. Every few years, he comes up with a newly revised version of the end-times characters and symbolism. His ministry offers the most INSANE, LAUGH-A-MINUTE Videos that you will ever see -- so esoteric and bizarre that you have to see them to believe them.
Heaven's Gate was an American UFO religion based in San Diego, California, founded and led by Marshall Applewhite (1931–1997) and Bonnie Nettles (1928–1985). On March 26, 1997, in a period when Comet Hale-Bopp was at its brightest, police discovered the bodies of 39 members of the group who had committed suicide in order to reach an alien aircraft which they believed was following the aforementioned comet. Their website is still running and is maintained by cult members who missed the UFO.
The Raelian Movement
Raëlism (or the Raëlian Church) is a UFO religion that was founded in 1974 by Claude Vorilhon, now known as Raël. The Raelian Movement teaches that life on Earth was scientifically created by a species of extraterrestrials, which they call the Elohim. Members of this species appeared human and when having personal contacts with the descendants of the humans they made, they were mistaken for angels, cherubim or gods. Raëlians believe messengers, or prophets, of the Elohim include Buddha, Jesus, and others who informed humans of each era. The founder of Raëlism, members claim, received the final message of the Elohim and that its purpose is to pacify and inform the world about Elohim and that if humans become peaceful enough, they wish to be welcomed by them.
The Aetherius Society
The Aetherius Society was founded in the United Kingdom in the 1950s. Its founder, George King, claimed to have been contacted telepathically by an alien intelligence called Aetherius, who represented an "Interplanetary Parliament." According to Aetherians, their Society acts as a vehicle through which "Cosmic Transmissions" can be disseminated to the rest of humanity.
Industrial Church of the New World Comforter
The Industrial Church of the New World Comforter is a UFO religion founded in 1973 by Allen Michael. In 1947, Allen Noonan was a pictorial sign painter in Long Beach, California who that year claimed to have a telepathic encounter with a UFO. He then changed his name from Allen Noonan to Allen Michael. He claimed to have physically encountered a flying saucer in 1954 at Giant Rock in the Mojave Desert of California. During the Summer of Love, he had a vegan restaurant on the northwest corner of Haight and Scott streets in San Francisco, California called the Here and Now (also called the Mustard Seed). His group lived in two communes in two large houses during the late 1960s and early 1970s in Berkeley, California called The One World Family. They had classes in tantric sex. In 1969, the vegan restaurant moved to a much larger space on Telegraph Avenue and Haste Street in Berkeley and the name of the restaurant was changed to the One World Family Natural Food Center. They published a vegan cookbook called Cosmic Cookery. There was a large mural on the side of the restaurant painted by Allen Michael that had written above it the phrase Farmers, Workers, Soldiers—Revolution by 1976! The farmer was holding a pitchfork, the worker was holding a hammer, and the soldier was holding a gun, and they had their arms around each other's shoulders. Above the three were three flying saucers coming in for a landing. In 1973, Allen Michael founded The Industrial Church of the New World Comforter and published the first volume of his revelations, The Everlasting Gospel. In 1975, the church headquarters and the vegetarian restaurant relocated to Stockton, California. Allen Noonan ran for President of the United States in the 1980 and 1984 elections on the Utopian Synthesis Party ticket.
The Nation of Islam
The Nation of Islam subscribes to the belief that UFOs are responsible for "raising mountains" and will destroy the world on the Day of Judgment. Its former leader, Elijah Muhammed, claimed that the Biblical Book of Ezekiel describes a "Motherplane" or "Wheel". The movement's current leader, Louis Farrakhan, describes the "Motherplane" thus:
"The Honorable Elijah Muhammad told us of a giant Motherplane that is made like the universe, spheres within spheres. White people call them unidentified flying objects (UFOs). Ezekiel, in the Old Testament, saw a wheel that looked like a cloud by day but a pillar of fire by night. The Hon. Elijah Muhammad said that that wheel was built on the island of Nippon, which is now called Japan, by some of the original scientists. It took 15 billion dollars in gold at that time to build it. It is made of the toughest steel. America does not yet know the composition of the steel used to make an instrument like it. It is a circular plane, and the Bible says that it never makes turns. Because of its circular nature it can stop and travel in all directions at speeds of thousands of miles per hour. He said there are 1,500 small wheels in this mother wheel which is a half mile by a half mile (800 by 800 m). This Mother Wheel is like a small human built planet. Each one of these small planes carry three bombs."
Our Lady of the Roses, Mary, Help of Mothers
Another contactee cult but this time not with aliens. When the Virgin Mary decided to reveal herself to the world recently she chose a housewife named Veronica Lueken from Queens, New York (I am always amazed who Mary choses to contact). Anyway it's the usual deal, send them money and they will pray for you.
Previously called Campus Ministry for Aggressive Christianity this cult is all doom and gloom with a bloody look. Not too much love going on here, just a lot of threats about hell and hellfire. Lovely people.
more to come... meanwhile...SEND ME YOUR MONEY!!