Jill Williamson on January 17, 2014
Anastasia “Anya” Vseveloda, mid-twenties; confident, beautiful, mysterious blonde; Anya is being watched by the Moscow New Cults Department.
Bratva (Brotherhood): A Russian cult that draws in poor, abused, and runaways and inducts them into service by teaching them to discover the power within. Run by Dmitri Nikitich who is also the head of the Russian Mafia.
Dakila (Great): Indonesian materialistic cult that thrives on self improvement and personal achievement.
El Camino (The way): A cult popular in Latin American countries. Started in Guatemala by Aloisio Diaz, El Camino uses many rituals of Santeria, a form of witchcraft.
Free Light Foundation: A new age American cult run, by Diane Bern, that practices meditation and calling on spirits.
Gadar (Uprising): A feminist cult in India, led by Pratima Dharmesh, that exalts women as gods.
Rifaa: An animistic cult out of Nigeria, led by Eveku Girma, in which followers engage in wild parties, meditation, and take an oath to Rifaa.
Shizuka (Quiet): A Japanese cult that promotes peace through meditation. Shoko Miyake gives loyal followers a secret book of life filled with rituals and wisdom from beyond this earth.