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Originally posted by TheOneElectric
reply to post by Scope and a Beam
If you have anymore clues or details, it would help us. Though, I do have a suggestion. Next time you hear them talking about it, ask with interest. People like it when other people are interested in the things that they are interested in. Don't sign up for anything or follow them into a back alley, but just inquire some more.
If its really as big as they say it is, then it may be interesting...even if it turns out to be something silly. Who knows, they may have something funny to say
Originally posted by Mkoll
Obviously the cult is one of Cthulhu
Jediism is a spiritual path that developed from the works of George Lucas and his Star Wars saga. Today Jediism or the Jedi Realist movement is followed by thousands of people world-wide and is recognized as an official religion in Canada. Here is where Eastern philosophy intersects with metaphysics, psychology, and Judeo-Christian teachings. Jedi Manual Basic introduces the requirements for becoming a Jedi Knight. You will be given some examples of how other's having accomplished this and what it means to be a knight. There are assigned projects that can be considered basic "tests" along your path to becoming a Jedi Knight with the goal of ultimately becoming a master. The book also covers Jedi philosophy, religious aspects, and hands on techniques that Jedi Knights can use. In this regard, the book acts as a pointer to other resources available for further investigation and work.
Coming this winter: "Jedi Manual Intermediate - The Path of Truth."
From, "Jedi Manual Intermediate - The Path of Truth"
In, Jedi Manual Basic, I also cover some Jedi philosophy, religious aspects, and hands-on techniques that Jedi Knights can use. An important element of the first book is the identification of the twelve paths of the Jedi Knight.
In, Jedi Manual Intermediate, The Path of Truth, I focus our study. If "Basic," is a summary of the many aspects, "Intermediate," is a focus on the essential.
1. Why be a Jedi? What stops me?
2. The Struggle with Dark Forces
3. Honesty - The Spark of Light
4. Finding Your Path
5. Living Your Path
6. The Struggle - Part Two
7. The Power of Yielding
8. Winning in Truth
Also coming in June of 2011: "Jedi Mastery - Path of the Immortal"
Originally posted by hypervigilant
All mainstream religions were considered cults before they had a large following... Jesus Christ had only 12 disciples at the time of his crucifixion.