Welcome to the Cult Education
An Internet archive of information about cults, destructive
cults, controversial groups and movements. The Cult Education Institute
(CEI), formerly known as the Ross Institute of New Jersey, is a
nonprofit public resource with a vast archive that contains thousands
of individual documents. CEI on-line files include news stories,
research papers, reports, court documents, book excerpts, personal
testimonies and hundreds of links to additional relevant resources.
This Internet archive is well-organized for easy access and reference.
Due to the size of the CEI archive a search engine is available for your convenience. See Getting Started
for instructions on how to effectively use and navigate through this
website. Useful points of entry are also located to the left on this
Information that can help you analyze and/or respond to a specific
situation that may involve a destructive cult, group or leader.
"I finally feel like I am me again, happy
and free thanks to you. Keep doing what you are doing because you are
truly saving peoples lives."
--cult member after successful intervention
Today's Cult Headlines
Cult News Network is a daily listing of interesting links about cults,
controversial groups and ideological movements. Links are submitted by
users, and the most interesting submissions are selected to appear on
the home page by a site administrator.
The purpose of the Network is twofold: First, it provides
a resource for people interested in controversial groups. The Cult News
Network receives submissions from countless sharp-eyed Internet users
all over the world, casting a wider net than general news services and
spotlighting overlooked, hard-to-find information.
The second purpose of the Network is to be fun! The
Network encourages users to participate through free membership, and
offers an interesting, often amusing source of ever-changing content.
vast archive that includes thousands of pages pertaining to hundreds of
controversial groups, movements and leaders, organized alphabetically
and by category for easy access.
information about the process used by destructive totalists to control
their followers. Excerpts from books authored by leading experts offer
penetrating insights into the world of thought reform, coercive
persuassion and brainwashing. You will see the criteria used to
determine when a thought reform program of control is in use. Examples
range from one-on-one cultic relationships to large groups.
Open Forum for discussion about controversial groups, movements,
leaders and related subjects. A place for former members, those
concerned and researchers to network, debate, discuss topics of
interest, comment on breaking news and exchange ideas. The message
board has a search feature, which makes it easy for anyone to find
previously posted information within its public archives. Only members
may post, but membership is free.
Cult News.com Weblog
review of breaking news stories about cults, controversial groups and
movements with analysis and commentary by Rick Ross, the Executive
Director of The Rick A. Ross Institute. This weblog has a search
feature so you can catch up on past stories and reports. Cult News.com
has been a meaningful news source for the mainstream media.
of the largest collection of links to other websites about cults,
controversial groups and movements on the Internet. This is a
constantly updated and expanding resource with hundreds of sites
listed, carefully organized for easy access.
virtual library on an array of relevant subjects. This includes books
about cults, persuasion techniques, destructive churches, abuse and a
litany of controversial groups and movements listed by name. This
listing of reading materials is in association with Amazon.com for your
convenience to easily order any selection you wish. Feel free to browse
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you like to help the Rick A. Ross Institute of New Jersey? There are
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educational institution. Any contribution you make will be greatly
tools to research a group, person or topic of interest. This includes
links to news sources, media, libraries, other archives, search engines
and locator services available through the Internet.
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