Presented in reverse chronology, this history stretches from the present back to the Fellowship's 1970 founding, and beyond.
(See "Blog Archive" in the sidebar below.) It draws from many sources, including The Fellowship of Friends - Living Presence Discussion, the Internet Archive, the former Fellowship of Friends wiki project, cult education and awareness sites, news archives, and from the editor's own 13-year experience in the Fellowship.

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Friday, January 9, 1998

Advice for those preparing for The Fall of California

"Stella Wirk" wrote on alt.consciousness.4th-way, January 9, 1998:
You are right about *most* FOF members not reading this newsgroup (and right about them having "no world outside of FOF"). Most of 'em can't afford anything else.

There are *some* who do read it, just to see what is said about FOF, maybe to just keep up with the gossip and other complaints that come along.

The thought occurred to me to post the link below for current FOF members who are being asked to move east (out of California) in preparation for California to fall into the ocean - let me see, Burton has given his prophesy that California is going to fall into the Pacific Ocean in 1998 on April 12th at 11 am.

(Give or take a few minutes, no doubt. <G>)

In any case, the woman who predicted accurately the big blow up of Mt. St. Helens in Washington State, Charlotte King, has a web site which may be of interest particularly to FOF members, especially if they are choosing NOT to move from California:  At this site one may subscribe to volcanic and earthquake "alerts" from her page.

I hasten to add that I am not making fun of Ms. King, as after reading "Charlotte's Story" on her page, methinks she is quite sincere, and is indeed tuning in somehow to cataclysmic events. (Scientists 'testing' her abilities found that she is 75-80% accurate, and with Mt. St. Helens, she was right on the button (100%).

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