Dutch concern over Scientology-style sect - 2018-03-31

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F146.png Dutch concern over Scientology-style sect March 31, 2018, Anna Holligan, BBC News

"The basic doctrine of Avatar is: what you believe has consequences in your life," he says.

"The course does not promote a specific philosophy beyond this. We have people from all religions. What Avatar does teach are tools, techniques, processes for taking control of one's own mind, of connecting beliefs and actions to their consequence."

He shared a link, suggesting we get a feel for Avatar by exploring the free mini-courses.

Trainees typically pay for courses, which generate money for Mr Palmer's company Star's Edge. Prices vary from $500 (£350) for a five-day "Integrity Course" to $7,500 for a 13-day "Wizards Course".

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{{cite news | first = Anna | last = Holligan | title = Dutch concern over Scientology-style sect | url = https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-43584884 | work = BBC News | date = March 31, 2018 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}