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Revision: May 2005
By "skeptic," when used in quotes, I am most definately not referring to those who exhibit actual skepticism. As it has been said, skepticism is "healthy." Actually, we are all skeptical. With present world conditions if everyone believed all they heard or read we'd experience much misery.
Brainwashing is common with cults, and it's typical for such cultists to attribute very different meanings to the words they use. It's often quite different than both the dictionary and general public's interpretation.
Not all who call themselves "a skeptic" do this, but, typically, the label "skeptic" means a cult member who is not skeptical of "claims of the paranormal," but rather one who is very sure that no-such thing as the paranormal exists. The word "investigation" in the actual practice of these people means, to them, an attempt to prove preconceived ideas, not to find out if the claims are based upon real evidence.
The change of meanings is just one example of how reality get's twisted around in their minds, with futile attempts to twist the minds of others.
Words have connotations, and the publicly understood meanings change with contribution from the media. As an example, "cult" no longer has just the old common dictionary meaning, but it conjurs up some very negative associations now, not just amongst a small group, but in the minds of the general public.
If a certain cult type of so-called "skeptics" are not really skeptics what name can be accurately attributed to them?
"Pseudo-skeptic" is one, as shown in this reference.
Why do pseudo-skeptics do what they do?
This is an in depth view at what I term, the SKEP-TI-CULT ® (see reference) "SKEP-TI-CULT" is not a certain organization in this
writing. It's a mentality.
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||NEWS about James Randi and the alleged 1 million dollar prize for psychic proof|
||Ingo Swann, the originator of Remote Viewing, on "skeptics"|
||Are these web pages over-generalization? What is over-generalization?||Opinions of writers to Usenet about pseudo-skeptic activity in Newsgroups|