But I just can’t do it, primarily because of the pain and regret that remembering all those things brings to me, and also because I want to forget all this, and leave it behind, and keep it miles and miles away from me and from my home, and from my computer and specially from my mind and heart.I occasionally Google them to see if anyone has ‘debunked’ them or if anyone is attacking them, only to dismay at the fact that they will always show up with their websites among the top results, even when you Google things like “Bnei Baruch satanic luciferian cult”.The little criticism available is always old and hidden.
This will not be necessarily an accurate account of their doctrine, just what I have retained by memory.
If I debate their doctrine on their grounds, it’s like they are teaching me about it again.
I’ll talk about my experiences and just ignore anyone from Bnei Baruch who is arrogant enough to say something about what I’ll write, if they are allowed to comment. Also, I’m sorry if this doesn’t make much sense, or if I sound crazy.
This account was sent to me via email in response to a post on Bnei Baruch I wrote in April, 2009.
Aside from adding the headings, cutting out repetition and a few grammatical changes (the author is not a native English speaker) I have left the account as it stands.
More background on how this story came to be published here.
Here is a link to a forum discussion on Bnei Baruch.
I’m going to write about my experience with them, some of what happened afterwards, and my view on their teachings.
I’ve been meaning to do this for a while, just never felt ‘safe’ enough.