Introduction


Robert Earl Burton founded The Fellowship of Friends in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1970.

Burton modeled his own group after that of Alex Horn, loosely borrowing from the Fourth Way teachings of Gurdjieff and Ouspensky. In recent years, the Fellowship has cast its net more broadly, embracing any spiritual tradition that includes (or can be interpreted to include) the notion of "presence."

The Fellowship of Friends exhibits the hallmarks of a "doomsday religious cult," wherein Burton exercises absolute authority, and demands loyalty and obedience. He warns that his is the only path to consciousness and eternal life. Invoking his gift of prophecy, he has over the years prepared his flock for great calamities (e.g. a depression in 1984, the fall of California in 1998, nuclear holocaust in 2006, and an ominous, yet unspecified new threat late in 2018.) While non-believers shall perish, through the direct intervention and guidance from 44 angels (including his divine father, Leonardo da Vinci) Burton and his followers will be spared, founding a new, and more perfect civilization.

Many regard Robert Earl Burton a narcissist and sociopath, surrounded by a largely greed- and power-driven inner circle. The following pages offer abundant evidence supporting that conclusion.

This archive draws from official Fellowship publications and websites, news archives, court documents, cult education and awareness forums, the (former) Fellowship Wikipedia page, the long-running Fellowship of Friends - Living Presence Discussion, the Internet Archive, the (former) Fellowship of Friends wikispace project, and the editor's own 13-year experience in the Fellowship.

Presented in a reverse chronology, the Fellowship's history may be navigated via the "Blog Archive" located in the sidebar below.

Friday, December 21, 2012

Another prophecy falls

Armageddon at Fellowship of Friends Apollo compound
Smoke from an August 2009 wild fire billows beyond The Fellowship of Friends Apollo compound.

[ed. - Once again, the Gods have (as he describes it) "humiliated" Robert Burton by failing to deliver Armageddon on December 21st, as scheduled. Burton has been polishing this particular prophecy for over 30 years, so it must come as a great disappointment that billions of humans will not be expunged today. With this, he maintains his perfect track record of failed prophecies, and his Ark must await future vindication.  

Now let us change the subject...

 See also: "Our ark will be composed of ten thousand people in the year 2006, and then the doors will close" and "Robert Burton humiliated by Higher Forces' failure to trigger World War III."]

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