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  • Church Of Scientology Claims
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    English 150 Sean Roberts Dec. 13/99 Scientology New Age Religion or Bizarre Cult 1. Many people have heard of the revolutionary new religious practice called Scientology. However, the majority of people who have heard of it, have little knowledge of the principles and practices behind the religion. In fact, there is a dark side behind Scientology, and much speculation that the religion is a brainwashing cult. Many people are opposed to the religion because of its secretiveness, its extreme metho...
  • Most Important Rivers Within Yugoslavia
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    Yugoslavia is an intriguing country to me. After playing on a basketball team with a Croat, a Serbian, and a Bosnian, I started learning about Yugoslavia. When I began learning the language each of them would teach me little parts, and when words like scissors would come up, they would fight between themselves to decide on a word. The Croat would say "Scot i" and the Serbian would say "Marks". I was always learning the differences and similarities between the former country, Yugoslavia. As I beg...
  • Most Deceptive By Certain Anti Masons
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    Throughout the bleakest parts of its history, Freemasonry has been synonymous with devil-worshipping; the very word connotes sinister conspiracies, an underground cabal that, through means unknown and scarcely imaginable to ordinary mortals, can topple governments and manipulate currencies. Masonic doctrine constitutes that no mason can openly rebuke or refute a particular conception, however misleading, and by no means discuss anything openly that might reveal any secret of the fraternity. For ...
  • Religious Fanaticism Of The Filipinos
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    Religious fanaticism of the Filipinos has its roots in the Spanish occupation of the Philippines. For more than 300 years the Philippines was colonized by the Spanish and instilled in the Filipinos their values and religion Christianity, which resulted in the deeply rooted sense of spirituality of the Filipinos. This fanaticism has paved the way for the Filipino's current state of fanaticism. This fanaticism was emphasized because of the recurring disasters and tragedies which bombarded the Phil...

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