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Tuesday, 21 May 2019

Cults Season 2 Opens With Children of God




David Berg, AKA Moses David, began hustling Teens for Christ out of his coffeeshop in 1968. By 1969, The Children of God mixed with Southern California's counterculture youth. Berg saw dreams of a tremor pushing California into the Pacific. He cautioned of the happening to the counter christ and anticipated Jesus would come back to earth in 1993. He said his kin were the saints in the battle against the antichrist, yet his gathering advanced interbreeding and sex with kids. Individuals Magazine Investigates: Cults season 2 will open with The Children of God story as they investigate the "enchanting" and "curved World of Cults." People Magazine Investigates: Cults season 2, which will incorporate the Manson Family, will debut Monday, June 3 at 9 on Investigation Discovery.

Tied down by PEOPLE's actual wrongdoing publication group, every one of the six scenes will tail one "scandalous religion from its creation, as eager for power clique pioneers use control, sex and dread mongering to control and rule their supporters into visually impaired steadfastness," peruses the official declaration. The arrangement's columnists uncovering the "injurious customs and ruthless conditions that exist inside these associations." The group talks solely to survivors who barely got away and are endeavoring to reconstruct their lives outside the bounds of these unbending and criminal associations.

Berg started "lecturing a comprehensive gospel in the late 1960s," peruses the official summation. "He rapidly gains devotees, including on-screen character River Phoenix's family, making cooperatives around the globe framing the 'Offspring of God. Nonetheless, Father David's free love message bit by bit winds up vile, as fans are instructed to give their bodies to whomever wants them."

People Magazine Investigates: Cults will delve into how destructive and dangerous cults can be to members and their families. "Adults must engage in religious prostitution, and children are required to have and observe sex starting at a very young age," the synopsis continues. "Members of the cult are also subjected to violence in prison camps across the globe, where they are banned from having any communication with the outside world.

In 2005, Ricky Rodriguez, who had been raised as the Prince of the Children of God, killed his former nanny and sexual abuser, and himself,  "in an attempt to finally bring down the cult for good."

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