When I was 24, I got suckered into a religious cult (and this was after going to college). They promised me that I could live forever in paradise on Earth. They claimed that everything they said was backed up by the Bible. So, I investigated this cult (not even realizing that it might be a cult).
After a short while, this cult started draining my resources. First, they took away Christmas. Then, they started banning me from listening to certain music–and it was innocuous music like Michael Jackson, Journey, and Led Zeppelin they bashed. And, they wanted me to make money donations for the “worldwide Bible education work” that was nothing more than a scam.
Soon after, they had me going out knocking on doors. For a while, I went along with it. They kept telling me that, unless I did it, I would be held responsible for whatever “sins” the public committed. They kept badgering and hounding me to do ever more. Besides, they had me wasting money on things like suit dry cleanings, donations, and going to assemblies.
Pretty soon, it was not just keeping me wasting my life. They actually had the audacity, in the name of God, to tell me to just meet other men. At this point, I began to slow down, doing just the minimum to prevent getting hounded. But still, I had to keep going at least occasionally to prevent them from hounding me to death. At one point, I got one offer from Neothink and threw it into the recycling bin because of the influence of this cult.
Then, one day I got a second invitation. This time, I remembered the run of bad luck I had after throwing away the first invitation–so much for God helping me if I would be faithful to Him. The second one, I replied to and took all the material. In it, I realized that the whole Bible is being misinterpreted, and this cult was literally mutilating its meaning, all for the money. I also realized that, if there was going to be any paradise on earth, it was coming from mankind set free from the Establishment. And that Neothink was in the lead for making that happen–no other group was even making a fully integrated effort, and since Jesus, Mark Hamilton is the first person to dedicate his whole life to it.
I feel that, without Neothink, I would still be at least partially bound to the cult. Perhaps I would have remained inactive. Or, after a series of major disasters, I would have been scared back in (perhaps with the help of the cult itself). But with Neothink, I realize that the whole responsibility of bringing about the end of wickedness belongs in our hands, not God’s.
I truly believe that anyone in any religious cult, or that knows anyone who is, would benefit significantly from Neothink. These cults prohibit people from thinking on their own–Neothink does not prohibit it. They also threaten people that leave with supernatural death and destruction or hellfire, and some even harass members for not believing everything the cults teach.
And there are too many major cults. Many people know of people that are trapped in the Mormon, Moonies, Jehovah’s Witness, or Scientology cults and cannot think their way out or they would suffer too much if they tried leaving. Everyone that knows anyone in one of these cults should seriously look at Neothink. Or, even if you yourself are in one of these cults and dissatisfied, or thinking of joining one.