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Welcome to the Rick A. Ross Institute of New Jersey

An Internet archive of information about cults, destructive cults, controversial groups and movements. The Rick A. Ross Institute of New Jersey (RI) is a nonprofit public resource with a vast archive that contains thousands of individual documents. RI on-line files include news stories, research papers, reports, court documents, book excerpts, personal testimonies and hundreds of links to additional relevant resources. This Internet archive is well-organized for easy access and reference.

Due to the size of the RI archive a search engine is available for your convenience. See Getting Started for instructions on how to effectively use and navigate through this website. Useful points of entry are also located to the left on this page.

Today's top 10 most popular subsections within this database:
1.Jehovah's Witnesses
2."Militias"--or private armies and Extremist Groups
3.Aum Sect/Shoko Asahara
4.UFO Believers
5.Remuda Ranch
6.Satanism
7.North Korea
8.Scientology
9.al-Qaeda
10.Landmark Education

Jahar's World
Woodland Trust criticised for accepting ...
Word of Faith Fellowship Visitor Comment...
World Church of the Creator Visitor Comm...
World Peace may come to Danbury
Writer's Education from Mars
Y2K was big business for Floyd County, V...
YWAM Visitor Comments
Yogi Bologna
Yogi Bhajan: The Mahan Tantric Master
Youth with a Mission
Yuppies happy to pay for vision of new l...

The Ross Institute has officially changed its name

The Rick A. Ross Institute for the Study of Destructive Cults, Controversial Groups, and Movements has officially changed its name to The Cult Education Institute for the Study of Destructive Cults, Controversial Groups and Movements.

The new domain name entry point and gateway to the Internet archives of the institute is now www.culteducation.com.

The Cult Education Institute archives is a library of information about destructive cults, controversial groups and movements, which was initially launched in 1996 and has continued to be under construction and expansion for the past 17 years.

The public message board attached to the The Cult Education Institute is now accessible through the domain name www.culteducation.com. More than 100,000 entries from the former members of destructive cults, controversial groups and movements and others concerned has accumulated at the board over the past decade. The message board content continues to grow daily and it serves as a free speech zone for those who wish to share their insights and concerns about the topics listed.