Those books were great reads and were thoroughly entertaining, uplifting, and mind-opening.
With plenty of propaganda posters, personal stories from members, and more, "Love, Sex, Fear, Death" is a treasure for any reader who is fascinated by cults.
One get the impression of a group of people who think, correctly, that they are much smarter than everyone else, and even more spiritually attuned as well.
The Process was an unusual religion. It could change overnight. It definitely was some kind of Process! Read morePublished 5 days ago by Joel Bjorling
Interesting book when researching counter-cultural and underground movements of the twentieth century. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kukai888
Good read if you are interested in this kind of stuff and want to know a little more about some things.Published 10 months ago by John H. Lander Jr.
Amazing book to read if you wanna know more about this subject,and if you are curiousnthis is for you,great onePublished 12 months ago by Izzi Enzo.
Young men and women often have a zealous drive to change the world. The smart people have even coined a word for this psychological yearning (they call it "conatus"). Read morePublished 13 months ago by G. Vanwagenen
The artwork in this book is very interesting, yet dark. The subject is dark and a little confusing as the Final Process Church seems to be behind some dark activities? Read morePublished 13 months ago by In Lak'ech
Was really looking forward to this boik, having not heard of The Process before, despite an ongoing interest in all things cultish/dark and twisty, Unfortunately, this book moves... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Lottiesmom
A GREAT in-depth, first hand glimpse into the process. Personally speaking, I did not develop in the least bit an interest in joining, however, a GREAT first hand account, which... Read morePublished 17 months ago by justin0311
What an eye opener this book is! Way more revealing and truthful than the feel good, sun shine book that is sold about the founders' past at the store on the premise of this... Read morePublished 19 months ago by misspiggy