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2-Behavior is other directed

3-Vague and metaphorical goal

4-Sacred Doctrine

5-Monetary committment

6-Isolation Measures

7-Member Collusion

8-Demeaning of self worth

9-Confused Emotions

10-Behavior is other directed

11-Inclusion by obsession with acceptance

12-Never expressdoubt to superiors or subordinates

13-Never refuse a request.

14-Never ask for anything that will specifically benefit you

15-Never take an action because a cult leader says to

16-Accept the Cult leaders as perfect centers of your universe

17-Respond automatically to the Cult leader's wishes

Putting It All Together

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  There are few things that define a cult as strongly as the restrictions on expressing doubt. The rules are never express doubt to superiors lest they chastise you. And never express doubt to subordinates lest they lose confidence in you.

  If an organization insists that you put aside all doubt and follow mindlessly then once again, perhaps it is time to take a second look. Doubting brings thinking. Thinking brings questioning. Questioning requires answers. Answers are the last thing a con-man wants to have happen. Later on we will look at how this indicator is used in applying mind control.

  One of the strongest controls that a cult has over its' members is never allowing doubt to creep in.


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