GETTING TO KNOW THE PROCESS CHURCH
The Process, or in full, The Process Church of the Final Judgment, commonly known by non-members as the Process Church, was a religious group that flourished in the 1960s and 1970s, founded by the Englishman Robert DeGrimston (originally, Robert Moor) and Mary Anne MacLean. It originally developed as a splinter client cult group from Scientology, so that they were declared "suppressive persons" by L. Ron Hubbard in December 1965. In 1966 the members of the group underwent a social implosion and moved to Xtul on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, where they developed "processean" theology (which differs from, and is unrelated to process theology). They later established a base of operations in the United States in New Orleans.
They were often viewed as Satanic on the grounds that they worshipped both Christ and Satan. Their belief is that Satan will become reconciled to Christ, and together will come at the end of the world to judge humanity, Christ to judge and Satan to execute judgment. Vincent Bugliosi, the prosecutor of the Charles Manson Family trial, comments in his book Helter Skelter that there may be evidence Manson borrowed philosophically from the Process Church, and that representatives of the Church visited him in jail after his arrest. According to one of these representatives, the purpose of the visit was to interview Manson about whether he had ever had any contact with Church members or ever received any literature about the Church. As a result of a lawsuit, the publisher of Ed Sanders' book The Family agreed to remove the chapter about the Process from this book.
Some of the "fine" people who were involved with the Process Church are noted "celebrities" such as:
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David Berkowitz "The Son of Sam" MurderClick For InfoL Ron Hubbard "Founder of Scientology"Click for Info
The interesting thing is that guys like Berkowitz reported that he was not the only guy committing the murders but was actually just the one that got caught and blamed. As it stands, to this day there are still great mysteries surrounding as to whether he acted alone. Here is a video with some interesting questions:
Guys like Manson just took what he learned and moved on to add to his own style of brainwashing. This was how guys like Manson was able to convince people to murder in his name. Lots of people are also under the assumption that the symbol carved on Manson's head is merely a simple swastika but it couldn't further from the truth.
The symbol on Manson's head is actually a crudely drawn symbol of the Process Church:
One thing that can be gathered from this information is that the Process Church was one of the LARGEST mind control operations of our day. Whether or not they are still around remains to be seen however from the evidence gathered, they didn't necessarily "close shop" but rather evolved or morphed into new organizations namely Scientology, off shoots of Satanism as well as other organizations. I believe this was a mind control operation for the creation of killers. My guess is that if you look deep enough, you'll find CIA or governmental involvement at the top to "experiment" on these people to see just how they could be manipulated. Maybe it was an offshoot of Project Monarch but who knows.
You can get the mind control vibe of the Process Church from this short little clip:
Here is some other info suggesting some of the CIA's involvement with the Process Church along with other "cults" as well: Click for Info
So where are they now?
In April, 1974 Robert DeGrimston was removed by the Council of Masters as Teacher. They renounced The Unity, his exposition of the above-noted doctrines, and most of his other teachings. DeGrimston attempted to restart the Process Church several times, but he could never replace his original following. Following DeGrimston's removal the group underwent a significant change in orientation and renamed itself the Foundation Faith of the Millennium. Further changes in both name and focus followed, and the organization eventually became the Best Friends Animal Society, which is now one of America's best known animal welfare rescue groupsBest Friends Animal Society Website
Yeah, I'm sure after they jaded past that nothing evil goes on here