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THIS IS AN ‘ARCHIVE” PAGE OF OLDER POSTS, AN WHILE IT IS VERY INTERESTING READING,

CURRENT POSTS ARE FOUND HERE:

https://exposedd.wordpress.com/2015/11/23/forum-3-welcome-to-the-final-days-of-a-cult-that-will-be-ending-soon/

LET ME INTRODUCE YOU TO A CULT THAT IS LED BY A MAN NAMED DOYLE DAVIDSON.
HE IS CURRENTLY ALMOST BLIND. HE HAS LOST ALL BUT MAYBE ONE OR TWO OF HIS TEETH. HE CAN’T HEAR AND CAN BARELY WALK. GETTING AROUND REQUIRES THE HELP OF HIS CONCUBINE (THE WIFE HE DIVORCED AND STILL LIVES WITH).
ONE REALLY INTERESTING PART OF THIS MAN’S LIFE IS THIS: HE STILL HASN’T FATHERED THE BABY NAMED “JOHN” THAT DOYLE SAYS GOD PROMISED HIM TO CARRY HIS NAME.
HMMM? SEEMS A LITTLE BIZZARE YOU SAY? WELL, YOU ARE RIGHT!
STAY WITH ME AND SURF AROUND THIS FORUM TO HEAR SOME OF THE WILDEST STORIES EVER TOLD ABOUT A CULT YOU CAN’T BELIEVE EXISTS IN THIS DAY AND AGE!
THIS FORUM IS #3. THERE ARE TWO OTHERS BEFORE THIS ONE. THEY WILL TELL YOU ABOUT THIS MAN AND HOW HE HAS DESTROYED LIVES BY TAKING THE MONEY OF THOSE HE CONTROLS AND BREAKING UP FAMILIES.
HE JUSTIFIED A LONGRUNNING EXTRAMARITAL AFFAIR BY SAYING TO THE HUSBAND THAT GOD TOLD HIM THAT MAN’S WIFE BEEN GIVEN TO HIM (DOYLE) TO BE HIS “SECOND WIFE”.
WHEN THE EXTRAMARITAL AFFAIR ENDED (BADLY), DOYLE’TOOK’ ANOTHER WIFE—-IN THE PROCESS DESTROYING A BEAUTIFUL FAMILY. AFTER A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME, DOYLE THEN DECIDED THAT HE SHOULD DIVORCE THAT WIFE. THEY STILL LIVE LIKE MAN AND WIFE AND SHE TAKES CARE OF HIM—– MAKING SURE HE DOESN’T BUMP INTO WALLS.
THE MAN ISN’T STUPID, HE NEEDED A CAREGIVER AND THAT IS THE MAJOR TASK FOR HIS NOW EX-WIFE WHO ALSO “PREACHES” FOR THE TELEVISON SHOWS.
DOYLE IS THE TYPICAL CON MAN, IN THAT HE USES PEOPLE FOR HIS OWN BENEFIT. HIS ARROGANT WAYS OF TAKING ADVANTAGE OF PEOPLE ARE AMAZING.
HE HAS LEARNED THE TRICK OF MANIPULATION AND HAS CAUSED GREAT HARM IN OUR COMMUNITY.

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“Expose the unfruitful works of darkness”- Ephesians 5:11

Those few words represent the organizing principle that is the rationale for this website.
For several years The Forum at Exposedd.com has been dedicated to advancing ONE GOAL – to expose to the public the physical, mental, moral and spiritual decay that lives beneath the surface at Water Of Life Ministries of Plano, Texas.
On this site, you will see WOL referred to as a “CULT”. WOL certainly meets the criteria required for a group to be so labeled. WOL INC.’s President—Doyle Davidson—-WOL CULT’s “Leader” has a long history of manipulative and abusive behavior.
The self-appointed Apostle and Leader of the Water of Life Cult has attempted to establish a presence on radio, television and the Internet many times. His radio and television programs appear intermittently on various media outlets. His programs typically fail to attract an audience (donors) and are either cancelled by the broadcasting stations / networks due to inappropriate content or he abruptly ceases broadcasting on individual stations and networks when broadcast expenses exceed revenue.
It is important for people who have seen Doyle Davidson’s program to understand some very important facts about the man and his cult.
The shows seen on broadcast television are produced with the FULL INTENTION of presenting a very skewed, biased and incomplete picture of what Doyle Davidson and WOL CULT are all about.
The history and backstory of this CULT —-and the people who have played prominent roles in it over the years—–is simply too long and convoluted to synopsize in a few paragraphs.
The posts and stories and essays on the Forum will enlighten you, possibly amuse you and quite probably even shock you as you learn the sordid history of Doyle Davidson and his abusive Water Of Life Cult.
Doyle’s excesses, including the ones which got him removed from the public airwaves, have been discussed in detail on this website and the WHOLE STORY is one that will leaving you shaking your head in disbelief and incredulity. HOW could this happen in America?
How could otherwise intelligent people become so deluded that they would see this man as one they could look to for spiritual leadership?
This website seeks to provide some TRUTHFUL answers to those and many other questions about Davidson, his CULT and his many, many LIES.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • inalley  On August 25, 2014 at 7:29 pm

    KSD can rest assured that not all of us “heathens” have fallen for the Ice Bucket challenge. The only difference is that some of us are not SO SELF RIGHTEOUS that we feel compelled to condemn others. What ever happened to being all things to all people? The above is a message compiled by my oldest daughter. Two of my other kids had a different approach to the challenge. I have heard all kinds of theories, to include ICE US sounds like ISIS— Yeah, like these conspiracy theories only apply to those who SPEAK ENGLISH! Or that the Illuminati is cleansing and baptizing their future victims in this satanic ritual…Anyway, I personally find no need to perform this fleshly exercise, but neither do I think I am BETTER because my WORKS (or lack thereof) do nothing to contribute towards my salvation. So, save your filthy rags for those who are impressed by your deep wisdom and spirituality, KSD. Maybe TB’s boys can caste the devils out of all of those who were so foolish as to donate money towards a fatal disease —since providing JET SERVICES and new bling for Mai Girls should be on the top of EVERYONE’s bucket list. The above video is an example of how we can get our message across without screeching THOU SHALL NOT” in the delivery…you know…taste not, touch not..DUMP NOT! Heavy burdens that not even WOLLERS can bear!

  • MOL CULT HQ  On August 25, 2014 at 6:26 pm

    A SPECIAL MULTIPART SERIES FROM MOL CULT HEADQUARTERS:

    RELIGIOUS TRAUMA SYNDROME

    To those who follow this wicked blog and the goings-on at WOL CULT, it will come as no surprise, no great relevation, that the WOL Doctrines as “taught” by Doyle and his “associates” are destructive and toxic. This is SO OBVIOUS that it seems unnecessary to even write it.

    There have been MANY participants on this blog who have experienced the abusive ‘culture’ of WOL but eventually managed to ESCAPE. Their testimonies have formed a core portion of the posts here and it is often (usually) PAINFUL to read about the abuses endured by people who—at one point in time—actually followed Doyle and TRIED to “believe his Gawspel”.

    Here at MOL CULT Headquarters, we’ve always been interested in the phenomenon of cult membership and it’s effects on those who become ensnared in its suffocating grip. Recently while reading (fifth grade level, natch) about the toxic nature of cults, we came across this series which, in our opinion, offers a VERY THOROUGH description of the kind of damage that participation in a cult (such as WOL) does to people.

    We have, therefore, taken the liberty of copying (with only some minor editing) and posting material from a series of articles by Dr. Marlene Windel. You can read her multipart discussion of Religious Trauma Syndrome IN FULL at her website (and we’d recommend that you do so):

    http://journeyfree.org/rts/

    We’re taking the liberty of reposting this material because we feel it is PARTICULARLY REVELANT to the conditions at WOL. When you read this, please bear in mind that, while the author of the original article is speaking about toxic religions of various stripes, WE recommend that you read the post while keeping in mind the SPECIFIC TOXICITY OF WOL AND DOYLE DAVIDSON. We trust Dr. Winell will approve our use of her outstanding work for that purpose.

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    RELIGIOUS TRAUMA SYNDROME (RTS)—AN OVERVIEW
    by Marlene Winell

    Religious Trauma Syndrome has a very recognizable set of symptoms, a definitive set of causes, and a debilitating cycle of abuse. There are ways to stop the abuse and recover.

    Symptoms of Religious Trauma Syndrome:

    • Cognitive: Confusion, poor critical thinking ability, negative beliefs about self-ability & self-worth, black & white thinking, perfectionism, difficulty with decision-making

    • Emotional:
    Depression, anxiety, anger, grief, loneliness, difficulty with pleasure, loss of meaning

    • Social: Loss of social network, family rupture, social awkwardness, sexual difficulty, behind schedule on developmental tasks

    • Cultural:
    Unfamiliarity with secular world; “fish out of water” feelings, difficulty belonging, information gaps (e.g. evolution, modern art, music)

    Causes of Religious Trauma Syndrome:

    Authoritarianism coupled with toxic theology which is received and reinforced at church, school, and home results in:

    • Suppression of normal child development – cognitive, social, emotional, moral stages are arrested

    • Damage to normal thinking and feeling abilities -information is limited and controlled; dysfunctional beliefs taught; independent thinking condemned; feelings condemned

    • External locus of control – knowledge is revealed, not discovered; hierarchy of authority enforced; self not a reliable or good source

    • Physical and sexual abuse – patriarchal power; unhealthy sexual views; punishment used as for discipline

    Cycle of Abuse

    The doctrines of original sin and eternal damnation cause the most psychological distress by creating the ultimate double bind. You are guilty and responsible, and face eternal punishment. Yet you have no ability to do anything about it.

    You must conform to a mental test of “believing” in an external, unseen source for salvation, and maintain this state of belief until death.

    You cannot ever stop sinning altogether, so you must continue to confess and be forgiven, hoping that you have met the criteria despite complete lack of feedback about whether you will actually make it to heaven.

    Salvation (in a cult) is not a free gift after all.

    For the sincere believer, this results in an unending cycle of shame and relief. It is a cycle of abuse. As one believer said,

    “I expected the meetings with my bishop to be compassionate and reassuring. It was more like an IRS audit. I prayed endlessly to be delivered from those temptations. I beat my fists into my pillow in agony. I used every ounce of faith I could muster to overcome this problem. “Lead me not into temptation, but deliver me from evil” just didn’t seem to be working with me. Of course, I blamed it on myself and thought there was something wrong with me. I thought I was perverted. I felt evil inside. I hated myself.”

    Stopping the Cycle of Abuse

    You can stop the cycle of abuse, but leaving the faith is a “mixed blessing.” Letting go of the need to conform is a huge relief. There is a sense of freedom, excitement about information and new experiences, new-found self-respect, integrity, and the sense of an emerging identity.

    There are huge challenges. The psychological damage does not go away overnight. In fact, because the phobia indoctrination in young childhood is so powerful, the fear of hell can last a lifetime despite rational analysis. Likewise the damage to self-esteem and basic self-trust can be crippling. This is why there are so many thousands of walking wounded – people who have left fundamentalist religion and are living with Religious Trauma Syndrome.

    Mistaken Identity

    Religious Trauma Syndrome mimics the symptoms of many other disorders –

    post-traumatic stress disorder
    clinical depression
    anxiety disorders
    bipolar disorder
    obsessive compulsive disorder
    borderline personality disorder
    eating disorders
    social disorders
    marital and sexual dysfunctions
    suicide
    drug and alcohol abuse
    extreme antisocial behavior, including homicide

    There are many extreme cases, including child abuse of all kinds, suicide, rape, and murder.

    Not as extreme but also tragic are all the people who are struggling to make sense of life after losing their whole basis of reality. None of the previously named diagnoses quite tells the story, and many who try to get help from the mental health profession cannot find a therapist who understands.

    What’s the problem?

    We have in our society an assumption that religion is for the most part benign or good for you. Therapists, like others, expect that if you stop believing, you just quit going to church, putting it in the same category as not believing in Santa Claus. Some people also consider religious beliefs childish, so you just grow out of them, simple as that.

    Therapists often don’t understand fundamentalism, and they even recommend spiritual practices as part of therapy.

    In general, people who have not survived an authoritarian fundamentalist indoctrination do not realize what a complete mind-rape it really is.

    In the United States, we also treasure our bill of rights, our freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, and freedom of religion. This makes it extremely difficult to address a debilitating disorder like RTS without threatening the majority of Americans. Raising questions about toxic beliefs and abusive practices in religion seems to be violating a taboo. No one wants to be pointing fingers for fear of tampering with our precious freedoms. For therapists who don’t get it, parents who merely force church attendance aren’t exactly axe-murderers.

    But this is the problem. Sanitizing religion makes it all the more insidious when it is toxic. For example, small children are biologically dependent on their adult caretakers; built into their survival mechanisms is a need to trust authority just to stay alive. Religious teachings take hold easily in their underdeveloped brains while the adults conveniently keep control. This continues generation after generation, as the religious meme (cult) complex reproduces itself, and masses of believers learn to value self-loathing and fear apocalypse.

    FROM:

    http://journeyfree.org/rts/

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    Additional parts of this series will follow in the days to come.

  • Bob  On August 25, 2014 at 2:04 pm

    P.S. To Monday Show

    Doyle mentioned that gawd has been freeing KSD from unbelief for a couple of weeks so maybe that accounts for the screaming tirade against the Ice Bucket Challenge. She’s probably been under a lot of pressure.

    HQ: We must have missed that part when Doyle said KSD is still an unbeliever. Perhaps if Doyle gives more attention to rubbing her hindparts……………..

  • Bob  On August 25, 2014 at 1:57 pm

    Monday Show – Very good recap by MOL HQ. I’ll just add some of my comments.

    Probably the most surprising “relevation” by Doyle was that his superiors removed him from the Navy hospital ward where he was caring for patients after seven months. According to Doyle they wanted to place him somewhere “where not much was going on.” So they put him “in-charge” of the baggage room where patients’ personal effects were stored. He did not elaborate on what his command responsibilities were, but he did say that gawd made sure that Doyle was “in-charge” wherever he went.

    In another segment Doyle seemed to be longing for the good old days when you could hit horses and threaten mental patients with a beating. He told the story of how, to the owner’s consternation, he smacked a money-winning stallion who approached him with an open mouth when Doyle opened the stable door. Smacked him on the side of the head. He said this horse’s behavior was caused by weak people who feed horses carrots. Then he mentioned this doctor he used to know who worked at Baltimore City Hospital, a tough person who threatened a mental patient with a severe beating if he misbehaved. So why has the nation gone soft on corporal punishment? Doyle explained that it’s because we all rejected gawd’s gawspel that Doyle brought to America in 1980 and that because of that, wimps now run the country.

    I’m thinking that Doyle should be careful about asking for a return to the good old days. Some folks might go back a little further in time to when it was required that false prophets be stoned.

    Towards the end of the show, as HQ mentioned, KSD started yelling at the top of her lungs about people participating in the Ice Bucket Challenge, screaming that James 5 is what they should be reading instead. To most folks watching her yelling this at top volume, it would seem that she had become quite unglued.

  • Apostle Al  On August 25, 2014 at 11:20 am

    An encounter with Doyle, in song:
    http://www.austinlizards.com/listen/s/old_blevins

    AA

  • MOL CULT HQ  On August 25, 2014 at 11:07 am

    MONDAY UPDATE:

    This morning Doyle was lost in his memories of his Navy days. We were treated to stories of how important he was and how much he knew about neurology when he worked on the neuro ward of the Navy hospital in Japan. Doyle was made Chief Medical Corpsman after only two weeks on the job. Doyle would like you to believe he earned this position when his superiors recognized just how GOOD he was. In the service, people rotate in and out of positions all the time and so it isn’t unusual to end up in a position when there simply isn’t anyone else around to fill the position. What Doyle did reveal that was telling is that he did not ask for a transfer from that unit into a clerk position—he was REMOVED from it by his supervisors. As you all know, people are often forcibly removed from a job when they are SO GREAT at it. Doyle also told of how, just before he was discharged, the Navy wanted him to join the Medical Service Corp as an Officer. However his immediate commanding officer told him to get out of the Navy “because he could do anything”.

    MOL CULT MILITARY TIP: when your enlistment is up, troops are ROUTINELY solicited to re-enlist. Officers commissions are however NOT offered as enticements. To be commissioned into the MSC, a minimum of a college degree would have been required. Doyle had none at that time and so his claim that he was “offered” a slot in the Medical Service Corp is —-really—just another puffed up fantasy that DID NOT HAPPEN.

    Doyle exhibited his great understanding of neurology and psychology when he said he wanted to talk about psychiatrists. He talked about one Navy psychiatrist who spent a considerable time trying to “talk down” a patient who was experiencing a violent psychotic break. In Doyle’s estimation the psychiatrist was an “idiot”. Doyle thought the soldier experiencing the mental/emotional breakdown just needed to be “BEATEN INTO SUBMISSION”. Doyle said the Psychiatrist was a “Coward” because he didn’t physically subdue that Marine.

    Doyle was choking up when he spoke of all that he “watched” happen with those traumatized soldiers.

    Poor Doyle. It was too much for him to bear to see the AFTERMATH of battle casualties. He would have been p***ing his pants if he’d actually been assigned as a combat medic with the Marines in Korea. We’ve said it before: Doyle has an alligator mouth and a hummingbird ass.

    Doyle’s level of IGNORANCE of the human psyche is off the chart. We’d just point out that NOT BEATING patients—-especially psych patients—- is not really a matter of “political correctness”, as Doyle said it was. T

    Even ignert, IDIOT psychiatrists know that torturing patients experiencing a mental breakdown seldom results in a CURE.

    Doyle ‘knows all about psychiatry’ because—and we’re not kidding—-he said he’d worked on HORSES owned by Psychiatrists. With credentials like that………………….

    As we listened to Doyle tell about how psych patients needed to be beaten into sanity, we were thinking, “Well, he wouldn’t do that to a horse.” But Doyle then told of whacking a horse that bit him. When the owner told him not to hit his horse, Doyle told the owner, “Teach him not to bite the veterinarian.” So, in terms of beating ‘patients’, we guess Doyle IS philosophically consistent. Wrong (even in managing horses), but consistent.

    This is revealing of a mindset (Doyle’s) in which intimidation of others—even physical force—-is justified when he is trying to impose HIS beliefs on YOU.

    If Doyle is ever hospitalized, we suspect he can look forward to an extended period of being tied to his bed until he calms down.

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    On another note, Doyle briefly veered into another condemnation of the “Spirt of Licen-chew–us–nuss” . Doyle told of the time, about 4am, he had a “vision” of a woman (we think he said her name was ‘Debbie’) . “Debbie” —in Doyle’s vision—walked up and stood at the side of Doyle’s bed. She looked at him and said “Hi, Doyle”. This freaked out the Apostle who called out to KSD—who was sleeping beside him. “Do you see that woman, Kathy? She’s standing right there.”

    Significantly, KSD did NOT say that she saw “Debbie” at Doyle’s bedside.

    Doyle brought up the “vision” of “Debbie” in the context of a brief rant about oral sex. This will surely provoke you wicked people to WONDER if Doyle was having a DREAM in which “Debbie” was…….ah….about to offer him a blow job.

    That’s the ONLY way he’ll get one—-in his DREAMS.

    On another other note, KSD “had something” when Doyle asked her if she “had anything”. She screechingly condemned the current fad of the “ice water challenge” which is a fund raising stunt that hopes to raise money for research and treatment of ALS. KSD had trouble pronouncing “neurological” so we’ll just tell you wicked people—on her behalf—that the disease they’re trying to raise money to cure is Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. It is a DEVASTATING and terminal condition in which a patient SUFFERS before the INEVITABLE death.

    KSD, in her wisdom, informed the listeners that—–and this is the amazing part of her relevation—–“pouring a bucket of ice water on your head isn’t going to cure ALS”.

    Well, no ****.

    (Can she REALLY be this dumb? REALLY?)

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/reason-crazy-ice-water-challenge-trend/story?id=24886646

  • tempmod  On August 25, 2014 at 10:42 am

    Thanks Bob. That is SERIOUSLY messed up.

  • slumbley  On August 25, 2014 at 8:05 am

    http://www.collincad.org/propertysearch?prop=1966369

    WOL property values – previous to 2012 it appears the valuation ($141K) was based on the land only. In 2012 the value of the land was increased to $349K and the ‘improvements’ were factored in at a value of $880K – that would include the building and parking area’s. The most recent appraisal reduces the value of the building to $795K

    HQ: We’d bet that, when she takes possession of the place, if someone offered KMH $795,000 for the property, they’d be the proud new owners of a somewhat used, demon-infested cultshack.

  • jimmythesmith  On August 25, 2014 at 6:27 am

    morning coffee? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mB-8ynr5XsQ

  • MOL Opossum of Music  On August 24, 2014 at 10:32 pm

    Raheem—

    You have been sorely missed. So happy to hear from you.

    NJ

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