briefly checking the top posts today, I see this monk is big time pro-MP.
Update: April 14, 2015 Bright Tuesday
I've come across a post on the orthodoxmonk blog that I'm going to post here below to make sure I have it archived.
This is a phony monk. A real monk strives for humility – this guy reeks with arrogance. He does not even try to fake humility. I question if he is even really Orthodox in fact – he certainly is not Orthodox in spirit. Poor Martha who dared to ask orthodoxmonk for a straight answer to honest concerns. Instead of an answer she was given a barrage of pompous defensive posturing.
orthodoxmonk claims to be a team? ahem. sorry. There is only one human person on his supposed "team". If there is not one person, then there certainly is one organization. (Maybe the freemasons? Maybe a group of internet goons?) I highlighted below one glaring manipulative ploy, 100% true to psychopathic form, used by
"elder" Ephraim cult victim
What I'm looking at right now is not orthodoxmonk, but rather the 'Martha' to whom the orthodoxmonk is responding in his post.
First I want to point out Martha's fear for her anonymity. This fear of speaking out is a salient characteristic of Ephraimite victims. Martha is one of the braver ones. She dares to say something, under the protection of anonymity. Most victims never say anything regardless – they won't trust any promise of anonymity.
Secondly, something really what is really freaky is Martha's withdrawing her questions at the end. Look at the end of the post and see where Martha retracts her questioning. She was frightened into the retraction. I'm sure of it. I don't know who Martha is, but I know several people who she/he could be – this is a familiar pattern of Ephraimite cult victims. After they dare to speak out, they suddenly get scared and regret speaking out and try to undo it. They do a "flip-flop" and go right back to the defending-Ephraim-mode. (They can come out of it again later, after a few months.)
The only times I've seen this "flip-flop" is when demons were involved, either suspected or verified.
Among the reported facts stated by Scott's father:On February 25, 20II, at 2 a.m., Scott fled from the monastery. He told no one he was leaving that night. He had told them previously that he was going to leave, but he was now afraid, saying, “They were casting spells on me.”https://scottnevinssuicide.wordpress.com/category/scott-nevins
Scott Nevins before he died opened a blog where he accused the pseudo-elder Ephraim. He invited people to submit reports of their experiences. He was desperate to hear reports – to get some human confirmation to what he had experienced and was still experiencing. No other victims came forward. But all of the victims, I'm sure, desperately want to hear any report – even just a few words would be consoling for them.
So why are the victims afraid to speak? This is an unnatural over-the-top fear. It is not as simple as a rape victim (even though it is similar in many ways). There is an unnatural fear in these victims. Something that makes no sense (their sudden retractions). There is more than normal human psychological forces at play here.
Remember the Stockholm syndrome? I'm going to call this the Martha Syndrome.
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