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Unified tribe cult exposed / Exposing this destructive cult

1 Las Vegas, NV, United States Review updated:

I thought it would be a good idea to show you what cults are all about. I know that anyone who is involved with these people probably thinks they are to intelligent, well rounded and educated to fall for a cult. Guess what you are wrong. All of us that have been coned by this group are all of the above and much more, don't let your ego or wishes to get in the way of spotting that this is really a cult.

here are a couple of sites and some information. If you can see how even half of what is said explains Magic and the Tribe than you know that you are falling for a cult. PLEASE AT LEAST EDUCATE YOURSELVES OR JUST READ IT TO TRY TO DISPROVE THEY ARE A CULT. I THINK YOU WILL BE SURPRISED. BTW the psychopath they are referring to is the cult leader or leaders and yes in my opinion Magic is a Megalomania, narcissistic psychopath.

http://www.csj.org/infoserv_cult101/checklis.htm

12. Irresponsibility/Unreliability

Not concerned about the consequences of their behavior, psychopaths leave behind them the wreckage of others' lives and dreams. They may be totally oblivious or indifferent to the devastation they inflict on others, something which they regard as neither their problem nor their responsibility.

Psychopaths rarely accept blame for their failures or mistakes. Scape goating is common, blaming followers, those outside the group, a member's family, the government, Satan--anyone and everyone but the leader. The blaming may follow a ritualized procedure such as a trial, "hot seat" denunciation, or public confession (either one-on-one or in front of the group). Blame is a powerful reinforcer of passivity and obedience, producing guilt, shame, terror, and conformity in the followers.

13. Promiscuous Sexual behavior/infidelity

Promiscuity, child sexual abuse, polygamy, rape, and sexual acting out of all sorts are frequently practiced by cult leaders. Conversely, there is often stringent sexual control of the followers through such tactics as enforced celibacy, arranged marriages, forced breakups and divorces, removal of children from their parents, forced abortions or mandated births. For psychopaths, sex is primarily a control and power issue.

Marital fidelity is rare in the psychopath's life. There are usually countless reports of extramarital affairs and sexual predation upon adult and child members of both sexes. The sexual behavior of the leader may be kept hidden from all but the inner circle or may be part of accepted group sexual practices. In any case, due to the power imbalance between leader and followers, sexual contact is never truly consensual and is likely to have damaging consequences for the follower.

14. Lack of realistic life plan/parasitic lifestyle

The psychopath tends to move around a lot, making countless efforts at "starting over while seeking out Fertile new ground to exploit. One day he may appear as a rock musician, the next a messiah; one day a used car salesman, the next the founder of a mass self-transformation program; one day a college professor, the next the new "Lenin" bringing revolution to America.

The flip side of this erratic life planning is the all-encompassing promise for the future that the cult leader makes to his followers. Many groups claim as their goal world domination or salvation at the Apocalypse. The leader is the first to proclaim the utopian nature of the group, which is usually simply another justification for irrational behavior and stringent controls.

The leader's sense of entitlement is often demonstrated by the contrast between his luxurious lifestyle and the impoverishment of his followers. Most cult leaders arc supported by gifts and donations from their followers, who may be pressured to turn over much of their income and worldly possessions to the group. Slavery, enforced prostitution, and a variety of illegal acts for the benefit of the leader are common in a cult milieu. This type of exploitation aptly demonstrates Lifton's third point of idealization from below and exploitation from above.

Psychopaths also tend to be preoccupied with their own health while remaining totally indifferent to the suffering of others. They may complain of being "burned out" due to the burden of "caring for" their followers, sometimes stating they do not have long to live, instilling fear and guilt in their devotees and encouraging further servitude. they are highly sensitive to their own pain and tend to be hypochondriacs, which often conflicts with their public image of superhuman self-control and healing abilities.

According to them, the illnesses they don't get are due to their powers, while the ones they do get are caused by their "compassion" in taking on their disciples' karma or solving the group's problems. This of course is another guru trick.

15. Criminal or entrepreneurial versatility

Cult leaders change their image and that of the group as needed to avoid prosecution and litigation, to increase income, and to recruit a range of members. Cult leaders have an innate ability to attract followers who have the skills and connections that the leaders lack. The longevity of the group is dependent on the willingness of leadership to adapt as needed and preserve the group. Frequently, when illegal or immoral activities are exposed to the public, the cult leader will relocate, sometimes taking followers with him. He will keep a low profile, only to resurface later with a new name, a new front group, and perhaps a new twist on the scam.

http://www.dannyhaszard.com/captivehearts.htm

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  • In
      8th of May, 2009
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    I have read in some other posts that there is a sex video floating around on the net. Please link that. It may help validate these clames of abuse.

  • Co
      9th of May, 2009
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    Thank you for the help and i here where you are coming from however these tapes are I am sure pretty disturbing to the people who were manipulated into doing them. Out of respect for these people i ask that these tapes never be released anywhere. Thank you

  • Kr
      14th of Nov, 2010
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    I agree with all that has been said about the horrors of Unified Tribe aka Royal Blood aka Magic Eye...they tried to ruin my life but I have risen out the ashes like a Phoenix. My life is so good now in spite of my experience living with this group. His life is crumbling all around him and I for one am happy to see it...Im not a hater at all..but I lost someone, who under different circumstances, would be my man still today...because of course Magic tried to come between us...but instead I left...so glad Zimar (who by the way lost his wife to Magic) Meriah, who was a victim of her selfish Mother, Starr his own legal wife, and Falcon a young impressionable man, are finally gone too...those who have stayed do so I imagine because they cannot survivie on their own...such a shame.life is too short to be involved with this sickness...magic Mendez...you are so sick...but you know what they say about payback?

  • Me
      11th of Apr, 2011
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    OMG here we go again!! you guys always talk about these "tapes". People...these are lame [censor] Tribe people trying to bait you into giving them your email. They aren't going to link anything...read the older posts. 3 years of this garbage. Seriously...Just go away. You ran from Vegas because you were failures. You couldn't even make it at the local casinos! THAT'S horrible! If you're losing people to this group I have a feeling it's YOU and not them...Holy hell.

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