Found : Survey: Support for terror suspect torture differs among the faithful – CNN.com WASHINGTON (CNN) — The more often Americans go to church, the more likely they are to support the torture of suspected terrorists, according to a new survey. More than half of people who attend services at least once a week —…

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Found : Review of the Magdalene Sisters Speaking after the UK premiere of "The Magdalene Sisters" in Glasgow, one 65- year old woman told director Peter Mullan, "It's not nearly bad enough. You didn't show it as it really was. We were only babies. It was a lot worse. It was horrendous."… Another abuse victim…

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Found : Shocking revelation: Santa Clara University professor mirrors famous torture study Replicating one of the most controversial behavioral experiments in history, a Santa Clara University psychologist has found that people will follow orders from an authority figure to administer what they believe are painful electric shocks. More than two-thirds of volunteers in the research…

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Found : Thousands beaten, raped in Irish reform schools DUBLIN (AP) — A fiercely debated, nine-year investigation into Ireland's Roman Catholic-run institutions says priests and nuns terrorized thousands of boys and girls in workhouse-style schools for decades — and government inspectors failed to stop the chronic beatings, rapes and humiliation. High Court Justice Sean Ryan…

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“Perhaps the most bizarre example of compartmentalization is the psychopathology referred to as multiple personality disorder, in which one body seems to be carrying around a number of distinct personalities. Some of them are sometimes cognizant of the existence of some of the others. The drama within this person becomes “Who is in control?” Interestingly,…

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Reprint of an article originally published in New Dawn Magazine #95, expanded and revised. A fascinating survey of brainwashing and trauma in primitive Christianity, touching upon a number of shocking and exotic themes!

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