Thursday, August 31, 2017

FACT Newsletter

Dear Supporters,

We recently sent out our quarterly newsletter with the latest FACT news and case updates. If you haven't signed up to our mailing list yet and would like to receive a copy of our latest newsletter, please visit our website to sign up (top left of the page):

We will then send you the newsletter posthaste. Thank you for your support with FACT.

- The FACT Team

Wednesday, August 30, 2017


"After her childhood in a secretive cult founded by her grandfather, New Zealand woman Lilia Tarawa risked hellfire and damnation to escape.

On the west coast of the South Island of New Zealand, a religious cult named Gloriavale Christian Community closed itself off from the rest of the world in 1969. Founded by the self-styled and self-named Australian religious leader Hopeful Christian – who was convicted and jailed on three charges of indecent sexual assault of a young woman in 1995 – the 500-strong community was run according to a strict and oppressive interpretation of fundamental Christianity.

Eight years ago, Lilia Tarawa – granddaughter of Hopeful Christian – escaped with her family into what she had always believed to be the evil, wicked world. This is an extract from her memoir about her life in the cult."

Tuesday, August 29, 2017


FACT is currently investigating a terribly heartbreaking and disturbing case where a mother believes that her ex-husband is involved in a satanic cult that is abusing her children physically and sexually.
The children live on their father’s compound, where he is believed to have impregnated one of his young daughters, more than once, according to evidence collected by a private investigator. Horrific as it seems, it is believed that the babies are then sacrificed as part of the ex-husband’s satanic rituals.

Thursday, August 24, 2017


Dear FACT Supporters,

We're planning to send out our latest e-newsletter next week. If you have not yet subscribed to our mailing list and would like to, please click here to sign up:

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We thank you for all your continued support.

- The FACT Team

Wednesday, August 23, 2017


LOCATION: China | New York City | Worldwide

We received a complaint which alleges that this church is breaking a family apart using various online tactics. At this point these are only allegations. If you have any information or experience with this church, either positive or negative, please contact us at:

An article published about this group alleges that they have committed numerous robberies, assaults and even murder.

Tuesday, August 22, 2017


LOCATION: 1715 Old Potters Ln, Clarksville, IN 47129

We are looking into an alleged complaint filed against this church, which claims that it is a doomsday (end-of-times) cult. According to the allegations, the church is using phobia indoctrination and other means to manipulate and control its members.

To restate, these are only allegations at this point. If you have any information or experience with this church, either positive or negative, please contact us at:

Monday, August 21, 2017


This is one of the thousands of cases occurring in the U.S. each year that FACT receives complaints about, that seldom come to light unfortunately. It is something that we are trying our best to change, especially when it comes to terrible cases like this where innocent children are suffering from terrible abuses.

In this particular case, the leader and three members of a religious group based in Cibola County, NM were arrested for what investigators called horrific crimes against children. Charges included over 100 counts of criminal sexual penetration of a minor and child abuse.

These kinds of abuses must stop, and we will never give up the fight.

- The FACT Team


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Friday, August 18, 2017

Enthralled: The Guru Cult of Tibetan Buddhism

Christine Chandler, ex-cult victim and friend of FACT, has written and published a new book entitled 'Enthralled: The Guru Cult of Tibetan Buddhism'.

Book Description:

When author, Christine Chandler, signed up for a simple meditation retreat, she had no idea she would be severing emotional ties with her ordinary life, in order to obey the intense practices of Tibetan Lamas; becoming one of their many western devotees and 'change agents' to help the lamas overwhelm western values and ethics in order to replace them with a Buddhist-disguised Tantric spirituality.
After nearly thirty years as a Tibetan 'Buddhist,' Chandler finally realized that she had been part of a thousand-year old, guru-worshiping cult, that uses mindfulness and other contemplative practices, along with ancient and sophisticated cult techniques, to recruit, commit and entrap westerners into the Tibetan Lama's medieval, misogynistic world. A world where the Tibetan lamas secretly keep harems of young women, cuckold the men, and financially, physically and spiritually exploit all their students.
To purchase a copy of her book, please visit our FACT store

Thursday, August 17, 2017


32 states offer a religious exemption to state child abuse protection laws. The statute extends a religious defense, in civil court, to parents who rely on spiritual treatment in accordance with their faith's beliefs.

"We've failed our children here," said Dr. Paul Offit, professor of pediatrics at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and long-time advocate dedicated to overturning Pennsylvania's religious exemption. "I think this in many ways is America's dirty little secret."

Tuesday, August 15, 2017


LOCATION: Toronto, Ontario
LEADER: Gudni Gudnason

We are looking into a complaint filed against this school. If you have been harmed by this organization and/or have any relevant information to share, please contact us at:

Monday, August 14, 2017


The KKK is arguably one of the worst cults in existence with a long history of brutal hate crimes against humanity, especially with its most recent attack against counter protestors in Charlottesville, VA resulting in the death of one person and the injury of 19 others.

Is it possible for those who are indoctrinated by racist brainwashing to come out of that mindset and stop acting on / spreading hate? Here is the story of how a long-time white supremacist escaped, who is now helping others as an anti-hate activist:

Friday, August 11, 2017

Blue Whale Challenge


We would like to alert you about a sick cultic game called the Blue Whale Challenge circulating online and around social media targeting teenagers and young adults. Victims of the game’s undue influence are manipulated into causing bodily self-harm and ultimately suicide.

The game originated in Russia and is believed to be linked to 130 cases of suicide to date. Although they have apprehended whom they believe to be its creator, a series of copycat users have appeared online to continue the game. Incidents have been reported in over 19 countries to date, including the United Kingdom, India and two cases in the US.

Here are some of the common signs to look for with your child:

Sharing social media posts with a hashtag #f57 or #f40 or #ImaWhale, or posts about looking for a whale
Waking up at 4:20 to watch scary videos or do other unusual tasks
Scratching a sketch of a whale onto their body
Making deep cuts on their arms or scratching “yes” on their body
Standing on the edge of a roof or bridge (especially if this is unusual for your child)
Taking photos of any of these activities to send to others
Physically hurting themselves
Extreme changes in eating or sleeping habits

If you believe your loved one may be suicidal and/or involved in the Blue Whale Challenge, please contact FACT or the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017


We have received many complaints this year about children being recruited online by various destructive cultic groups. These groups are brainwashing kids of all ages, especially young teenagers primarily through social media content and Youtube videos, and destroying families as a result.

Parents, please be ever vigilant of your child’s online activities and warn them of the dangers of destructive leaders / cultic groups that seek to manipulate and exploit children.

If you suspect your child is interested and/or involved with a questionable online group, please contact our organization at:

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