Snakes

Snakes

Conversation

A conversation about the Gans Cult. Leaders include Mary Terry, Tim McGillicudy, Una McGillicudy, Joe Travers, Greg Koch, Saul Brown, Chris McNally, David Fitzpatrick, Judy Fowler, Leslie Okladek, Lorraine Imlay, Graves Kielly, Michael Clarage, Jeannine Sapere, Paul Nickelsberg, and Carol Baroudi. Warning, these people are dangerous and should be avoided. I am a survivor. I can be contacted at stopgans@icloud.com.

Current students: Is this what you are looking for? The Work, The Study, School, OSG, Negative Emotions, Self-Remembering, Identification, Food Diagram, Law of Three, Law of Seven, Three Story House, Friction, Partner, Sustainer, Teacher, Student, Second Education, Esoteric School, School of Inner Development, Being Bodies, Second Conscious Shock, Buffers, Essence Friends, False Personality, Hour of Silence, Self-Sensing Exercise.

If your name is mentioned here and you have any concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me directly at stopgans@icloud.com.

Thursday, September 22, 2016

The Judgment Chart

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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Ruining Your Life . . .

Look around -- name one person who has achieved any level of happiness, joy, satisfaction, self-awareness, self-esteem from being in the cult.  Especially not any of the leaders. Sharon is the most wretched and unhappy person of them all. If negative emotions are the root of illness, then how does she explain her continuous ill-health?  Anyway, I digress.

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Some of the Crimes of Sharon Gans

In no particular order:

1. Arranged marriages.

2. Arranged adoptions.

3. Child Abuse.

4. Sexual Abuse.

5. Tax Evasion.

6. Slave Labor.

7. Charity Fraud.

8. Psychological Abuse.

9. Deceptive and Fraudulent Practices.

10. Conspirators: Robert Klein, Fred Mindel

Thursday, September 15, 2016

PS to ZZZZZZZZ

There's been lots of discussion about "the Work" and its founder, Curious George. Who was this Curious monkey? This primate who came to NY to raise money for his French country retreat? Who needed constant adulation from his followers?  

The answer to these and other questions is to found here.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Assume the Position

Has anyone ever been told their "chief feature"?

As a "gift," Sharon, in an attempt to get me from walking out of the cult, offered me the honor of telling me my CF. What was it? An insult. A fucking insult. And false. And when I protested she said: "Darling Spencer, everyone says this when they are told their chief feature. Congratulations because you have earned it. You now have the being and stomach to hear this. Now you can take your next step."

My next step?  You mean, now I can feel even worse and judged? "Thank you sir, may I have another?" 


I guess its sort of like the abused spouse who feels that the abuser's punches or insults is just "tough love" and well-deserved due to low-self worth. 

I'll never forgot my alleged CF. I don't care to share it because it was so insulting in the way she said, but I will say that in actuality, its related to a personality trait of mine which is a virtue. Sharon, like all sociopaths, are very skilled in knowing their victims and can twist a virtuous quality into something very ugly and different. (E.g., calling an honest person naive, or a smart person a nerd, or an artsy person a dreamer.)  You get it.