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Scientology library: “Erhard Seminar Training (EST)”

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Reference materials Erhard Seminar Training (EST)
4 matching items found between Jan 1990 and Dec 1994. Furthermore, there are 8 matching items for all time not shown.
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Jul 19, 1994
Cults / New style, old problem
Apr 3, 1994
Inside the cults of mind control - — Sunday Age (Australia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Gary Tippet
Source: Sunday Age (Australia)
Louise Samways has spent the past decade investigating the many mind-control techniques of Australia's cults, gurus and personal development courses. She is also familiar with their tactics to keep critics quiet. The brick that slammed through the psychologist's car windscreen recently was a reminder that there are other, older methods of persuasion. She was frightened: "I'd like to hope it was just schoolkids playing stupid games, but when these things come one on top of the other, I don't think I'm ...
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Dec 29, 1991
Scientologists ran campaign to discredit Erhard, detective says — Los Angeles Times (California)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Robert W. Welkos
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
In October of 1989, a private detective was called into the Church of Scientology's offices in Los Angeles and asked to conduct an investigation in Northern California. Ted Heisig, a non-Scientologist based in Orange County, said he was led into a room and shown five file cabinets filled with documents Scientology had been collecting for years. The subject: Werner Erhard, founder of the worldwide self-awareness movement known as est. "They had contacts (in the file cabinets) dating back to his childhood ...
Apr 3, 1990
Ex-employees describe abuse in suit against est's Erhard — San Francisco Chronicle (California)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Don Lattin
Source: San Francisco Chronicle (California)
Former employees of EST founder Werner Erhard say they were forced to obey the pop psychology guru in a manner akin to God and to submit themselves to numerous instances of verbally and physically abusive behavior. In sworn statements, the ex-employees also charge that they were required to worship Erhard as the Source and were controlled with exhausting work schedules, loyalty oaths, threats and emotional abuse. The allegations – by five former staff members of est, of the Forum and of ...
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