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Shoes Of A Servant Epub 7 1 13 Diane Benscoter
     

Shoes Of A Servant Epub 7 1 13 Diane Benscoter

by Diane Benscoter
 
Diane Benscoter grew up in the heartland of America in a small Nebraska town with a loving family. At 17, motivated by her idealism and inspired by the lyrics of her favorite songs, she left home in search of a way to end war. She found easy answers to Life’s hard questions in the form of a religious cult commonly known as the Moonies.

In Shoes of a Servant

Overview

Diane Benscoter grew up in the heartland of America in a small Nebraska town with a loving family. At 17, motivated by her idealism and inspired by the lyrics of her favorite songs, she left home in search of a way to end war. She found easy answers to Life’s hard questions in the form of a religious cult commonly known as the Moonies.

In Shoes of a Servant Benscoter weaves a gripping story of her servitude in the cult, the deprogramming staged by her desperate family, and her subsequent involvement in the underground world of deprogramming– culminating in her arrest for kidnapping. Often humorous and always heartbreaking , Benscoter’s story carries the reader on a journey into the world of mental manipulation, providing compelling insight on how human vulnerabilities open the door for extremism.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148392279
Publisher:
Lucky Bat Books
Publication date:
07/04/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
233
File size:
728 KB

Meet the Author

At 17, Diane Benscoter joined The Unification Church -- the religious cult whose members are commonly known as “Moonies.” After five long years, her distressed family arranged to have her deprogrammed. Benscoter then left The Unification Church, and was so affected by her experience that she became a deprogrammer herself. She devoted her time to extracting others from cults, until she was arrested for kidnapping. The shock of her arrest caused her to abandon her efforts for almost 20 years.

Diane is now dedicated to speaking out about extremism and how to lower vulnerability to what she defines ” viral memetic infections.” Her TED talk on the subject of how cults rewire the brain can be viewed at :

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