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  1. The Keepers of Heaven's Gate : The Millennial Madness, the Religion Behind the Rancho Santa Fe Suicides by William Henry, 1997-05
  2. How the Millennium Comes Violently: From Jonestown to Heaven's Gate by Catherine Wessinger, 2000-04
  3. NEW RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS: NEW RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS AND VIOLENCE: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Encyclopedia of Religion</i> by David Bromley, 2005

1. Heaven's Gate (religious Group) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Heaven's Gate was an American UFO religion based in San Diego, California, founded and led by Marshall Applewhite (1931–1997) and Bonnie Nettles (1928–1985). On March 26, 1997, in a
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Heaven's Gate (religious group)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search The logo used by the Heaven's Gate group Heaven's Gate was an American UFO religion based in San Diego, California , founded and led by Marshall Applewhite (1931–1997) and Bonnie Nettles On March 26, 1997, in a period that Comet Hale-Bopp was at its brightest, police discovered the bodies of 39 members of the group who had committed suicide.
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According to Jacques Vallée in his 1979 book Messengers of Deception the group began in the early 1970s when Marshall Applewhite was recovering from a heart attack during which he claimed to have had a near-death experience . He came to believe that he and his nurse, Bonnie Nettles, were "the Two", that is, the two witnesses spoken of in Book of Revelation 11:3 in the Bible . After a brief and unsuccessful attempt to run an inspirational bookstore, they began traveling around the country giving talks about their belief system. As with some other New Age faiths they combined Christian doctrine (particularly the ideas of salvation and apocalypse ) with the concept of evolutionary advancement and elements of science fiction , particularly travel to other worlds and dimensions.

2. The Almanac, Celebrity Birthdays, Today In History, March 26 - UPI.com
In 1997, 39 members of the Heaven's Gate religious cult were found dead in a large house in Rancho Mirage, Calif., in an apparent mass suicide.
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3. HEAVEN'S GATE
Heaven's Gate is a destructive, doomsday cult centered in California. 21 women and 18 men voluntarily committed suicide in three groups on three successive days starting on 1997MAR
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document.write(''); Heaven's Gate is a destructive, doomsday cult centered in California. 21 women and 18 men voluntarily committed suicide in three groups on three successive days starting on 1997-MAR-23. Most were in their 40's; the rest covered an age range of 26 to 72. Two months later, two additional members, Charles Humphrey and Wayne Cooke attempted suicide in a hotel room a few miles from the Rancho Santa Fe mansion; Cooke succeeded. Humphrey tried again in the Arizona desert during 1998-FEB and was successful.

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I have to say black and purple is one of the top colorways that can make a shoe is used correctly. Inspired by the Heaven’s Gate religious cult that was headed up by Marshall
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5. Heaven's Gate Cult
Heaven's Gate, Marshall Applewhite, Heaven's Gate Suicide, California cult suicide, Total Overcomers, Te and Do, The Two
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There were 40 of us in death pact. I was left to find the bodies.

Heaven's Gate: The Sequel. Ten years after the 39 suicides, the sole survivor is back – and he has something urgent to tell us.
Heaven's Gate tragedy remains the country's worst mass suicide ... OF UFOs and HEMMORRHOIDS Marshall Applewhite The Rick A. Ross Institute email: info@rickross.com URL: http://www.rickross.com Rick Ross.

6. Heaven's Gate Cult Members Found Dead — History.com This Day In History — 3/
It was later revealed that the men and women were members of the Heaven's Gate religious cult, whose leaders preached that suicide would allow them to leave their bodily
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7. Marshall Applewhite - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Marshall Herff Applewhite, Jr. (May 17, 1931 – March 26, 1997), known among his followers as Do , was the leader of the Heaven's Gate religious group.
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Please help improve this article by adding reliable references . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (June 2009) Marshall Herff Applewhite Born May 17, 1931
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United States Occupation Leader of Heaven's Gate Religion Cult Spouse Ann Frances Pearce Children Mark Pearce Applewhite b. 1957 and Lane Ann (Mary) Applewhite b. 1959 Marshall Herff Applewhite, Jr. (May 17, 1931 – March 26, 1997), known among his followers as "Do", was the leader of the Heaven's Gate religious group. A self-proclaimed prophet and messiah, he died in the group's mass suicide of 1997.
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8. Heaven's Gate - How And When It May Be Entered
How and When Heaven's Gate, the Door to the Physical Kingdom Level Above Human, May Be Entered. Organized Religions Are Killers of Souls. UFOs and Extraterrestrials Sorting
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HALE-BOPP Brings Closure to:
Whether Hale-Bopp has a "companion" or not is irrelevant from our perspective. However, its arrival is joyously very significant to us at "Heaven's Gate ." The joy is that our Older Member in the Evolutionary Level Above Human (the "Kingdom of Heaven") has made it clear to us that Hale-Bopp's approach is the "marker" we've been waiting for the time for the arrival of the spacecraft from the Level Above Human to take us home to "Their World" in the literal Heavens. Our 22 years of classroom here on planet Earth is finally coming to conclusion "graduation" from the Human Evolutionary Level. We are happily prepared to leave "this world" and go with Ti's crew. If you study the material on this website you will hopefully understand our joy and what our purpose here on Earth has been. You may even find your "boarding pass" to leave with us during this brief "window." We are so very thankful that we have been recipients of this opportunity to prepare for membership in Their Kingdom, and to experience Their boundless Caring and Nurturing. Keys or Bookmarks to Vital Information
on Our Website Do's Intro: Our Purpose The Simple Bottom Line (an excerpt from our book HEAVEN'S GATE see below) Statement by an E.T. Presently Incarnate

9. Pendulum - Propane Nightmares Lyrics Video ~ Video And Lyrics
A music video was released themed around the Heaven's Gate religious cult. It was released for free download on Xbox Live in May. Pendulum Propane Nightmares Lyrics -
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A music video was released themed around the Heaven's Gate religious cult. It was released for free download on Xbox Live in May.
Pendulum - Propane Nightmares Lyrics :-
And down
With a trigger cries
In a trail of fire I know we will be free again
In the end we will be one
Set your sights for the sun
Mind is willing
Soul remains
This woman cannot be saved From the drawn into the fire Mind is willing Soul remains This woman cannot be saved From the drawn into the fire Any danger Bring it on home (4x) [Propane Nightmares lyrics on http://lyricsmusicvideo.blogspot.com ] Much to weak to jump yourself Heal the wounds or crack the shell Lift yourself from once below Much to weak to jump yourself Heal the wounds or crack the shell Lift yourself from once below Praise the anger Bring it on home (4x) In a trail of fire I know we will be free again In the end we will be one In a trail of fire Ill burn before you bury me Set your sights for the sun Bring it on home Pendulum - Propane Nightmares Music Video and Lyrics Music Videos Next - 7 Things by Miley Cyrus Pendulum - Propane Nightmares Posted by at 5/24/2008 10:51:00 PM Labels: English Song Pendulum
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10. Heaven’s Gate Tragedy Remains The Country’s Worst Mass Suicide
Ten years ago 39 Heaven's Gate religious cult members killed themselves inside a Southern California mansion, believing their souls would board a spaceship that was supposedly
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religious cult Deputies Robert Brunk and Laura Gacek responded to the home at 18241 Colina Norte about 3:30 p.m. An anonymous caller had told a dispatcher that 40 people had committed suicide inside the home. Later that year, two former cult members committed suicide bringing the death toll to 41.

11. Cults And Other Fringe Groups: The Unrecognized Allure - Associated Content - As
of this article is to shed historic light on a tragedy that occurred on March 26 th, 1997, which was the mass suicide of thirtyeight followers of the Heaven's Gate religious cult
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    Don't Let This Happen to You
    There is an old saying, claiming that if we do not learn from history, we are doomed to repeat it. While there may be an element of truth to that, we can say it is rather slight since there is a lot of history we know very well and still repeat. One example is the present-day economic crisis, which we've seen numerous times to one extent or another through the years. There are many others, but the purpose of this article is to shed historic light on a tragedy that occurred on March 26 th , 1997, which was the mass suicide of thirty-eight followers of the Heaven's Gate religious cult, and their leader, Marshall Applewhite, and why we should keep it and other such tragedies in mind.
    Some may ask, what is the historical lesson when it seems plain that the incident was just a bunch of kooks who fell for a doctrine of malarkey and done themselves in through faith not just in spirituality, but an alien race gathering up their disembodied souls because they had supposedly evolved beyond humanity. It isn't a bad question to pose, since it is incredibly difficult for most to see how anyone with a degree of sense would ingest large quantities of alcohol and Phenobarbital combined with a bag over the head in order to asphyxiate, leave the body behind, and then join the crew of a passing UFO cloaked in the wake of the Hale-Bopp comet. But we must understand what led these people to this if we're going to prevent ourselves and, more likely (we'd prefer to admit), our loved ones from following similar paths. At the end of March, 2009, it will have been twelve years since the incident; forgotten by many, and increasingly scoffed as time goes by for those who do remember.

    12. Heaven's Gate Tragedy Remains The Country's Worst Mass Suicide
    Rancho Sata Fe Ten years ago 39 Heaven's Gate religious cult members killed themselves inside a Rancho Santa Fe mansion, believing their souls would board a spaceship that was
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    Heaven's Gate tragedy remains the country's worst mass suicide
    North County Times, California/March 25, 2007
    By Yvette Urrea
    Rancho Sata Fe Ten years ago 39 Heaven's Gate religious cult members killed themselves inside a Rancho Santa Fe mansion, believing their souls would board a spaceship that was supposedly trailing the Hale-Bopp comet. It remains the country's worst mass suicide. Sheriff's deputies received a telephone tip about the suicides on March 26, 1997. Deputies Robert Brunk and Laura Gacek responded to the home at 18241 Colina Norte about 3:30 p.m. An anonymous caller had told a dispatcher that 40 people had committed suicide inside the home. Later that year, two former cult members committed suicide bringing the death toll to 41. The cult members inside the house reportedly decided to "shed their earthly containers" by ingesting a lethal concoction of pudding or applesauce, sedatives and vodka. Plastic bags were tied over their heads to make sure they reached what they called the Level Above Human. All but two people had purple shrouds draped over their upper bodies. Initially deputies believed the dead were all men because they all had close-cropped hair, but there were 21 women. They all wore black clothing with new, black Nike running shoes with a white swoosh. Black duffel bags containing their possessions were nearby.

    13. Stories About Whitman
    1997 The bodies of 39 members of the Heaven's Gate religious cult who had committed suicide were found California. Mmmmbop. 1999 – A jury in Michigan finds Dr. (Death) Jack
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    14. Heaven's Gate Tragedy Remains The Country's Worst Mass Suicide
    RANCHO SANTA FE Ten years ago 39 Heaven's Gate religious cult members killed themselves inside a Rancho Santa Fe
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      RANCHO SANTA FE Ten years ago 39 Heaven's Gate religious cult members killed themselves inside a Rancho Santa Fe mansion, believing their souls would board a spaceship that was supposedly trailing the Hale-Bopp comet. It remains the country's worst mass suicide. Sheriff's deputies received a telephone tip about the suicides on March 26, 1997. Deputies Robert Brunk and Laura Gacek responded to the home at 18241 Colina Norte about 3:30 p.m. An anonymous caller had told a dispatcher that 40 people had committed suicide inside the home. Later that year, two former cult members committed suicide bringing the death toll to 41.

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    Very few parts of the world remain where people do not wear items of cheap, massproduced Western clothing.Inspired by the Heavens Gate religious cult that was headed up by
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    16. Hale-Bopp: The Great Comet Of 1997
    The lowest point in HaleBopp's apparition took place in America when 39 members of the Californian Heaven's Gate religious cult committed suicide, believing that the comet was
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    Hale-Bopp The Great Comet of 1997 by Martin J Powell "Independent reports of the visual discoveries of a new comet have been received from Alan Hale and Thomas Bopp. All observers note the comet to be diffuse with some condensation and no tail, motion towards the west-northwest." British Astronomical Association Circular, 9th August 1995 I n June 1995 the American magazine published an article which discussed the likelihood of seeing unusual astronomical events such as meteor showers, supernovae and bright comets. A spectacular comet, it said, comes along typically every ten years or so. Astronomers had long been aware that, as we approached the end of the century (and indeed, the end of the millennium) we were long overdue for a really bright naked eye comet. The last bright comet that had attracted attention in recent times had been Comet West in 1976. Compared to the large number of bright comets that had been seen during the 19th century (some could even be seen in daylight) the 20th century had faired rather poorly. Author's sketch of the telescopic view of Comet Hale-Bopp as it appeared on 9th June 1996 at 0145 UT, at a magnification of 81x. The eyepiece field of view is 36.7 arcminutes.

    17. Today In History... [Archive] - The Rogan Board
    It was later revealed that the men and women were members of the Heaven's Gate religious cult, whose leaders preached that suicide would allow them to leave their bodily
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    The Rogan Board Registered Users Shit Talking 101 PDA View Full Version : Today in history... Ned March 26th, 2004, 06:17 AM March 26, 1997 Heaven's Gate cult members found dead
    Following an anonymous tip, police enter a mansion in Rancho Santa Fe, an exclusive suburb of San Diego, California, and discover 39 victims of a mass suicide. The deceased21 women and 18 men of varying ageswere all found lying peaceably in matching dark clothes and Nike sneakers and had no noticeable signs of blood or trauma. It was later revealed that the men and women were members of the "Heaven's Gate" religious cult, whose leaders preached that suicide would allow them to leave their bodily "containers" and enter an alien spacecraft hidden behind the Hale-Bopp comet.
    The cult was led by Marshall Applewhite, a music professor who, after surviving a near-death experience in 1972, was recruited into the cult by one of his nurses, Bonnie Lu Nettles. In 1975, Applewhite and Nettles persuaded a group of 20 people from Oregon to abandon their families and possessions and move to eastern Colorado, where they promised that an extraterrestrial spacecraft would take them to the "kingdom of heaven." Nettles, who called herself "Ti," and Applewhite, who took the name of "Do," explained that human bodies were merely containers that could be abandoned in favor of a higher physical existence. As the spacecraft never arrived, membership in Heaven's Gate diminished, and in 1985 Bonnie Lu Nettles, Applewhite's "sexless partner," died.

    18. Providence Phoenix - P & J
    April 3 10, 1 9 9 7 Nyuk, nyuk, and away! No, your eyes are not deceiving you. Marshall Applewhite, head ramrod of the Heaven's Gate religious cult, did bear an uncanny
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    Nyuk, nyuk, and away!
    No, your eyes are not deceiving you. Marshall Applewhite, head ramrod of the Heaven's Gate religious cult, did bear an uncanny resemblance to Ray Walston, circa My Favorite Martian If this were the only TV/film connection in this bizarre saga, it would be weird enough, but the group seemed to take a number of cues from the entertainment industry. After watching the film Cocoon , for instance, members of the cult became convinced that they needed boats to make contact with the alien vessel that would take them to the "Next Level." Since the Heaven's Gate followers made quite a few connections between pop culture and religious belief, your superior correspondents are surprised no one else has commented on the phenomenon. In fact, Moe, Larry, and the unfortunate Curly Joe DeRita also took a journey to the Next Level 35 years ago in their 1962 feature-length Columbia film, The Three Stooges in Orbit The Stooges were never vulnerable to human attachments either and were rarely seen alone. Hell, they even slept in the same bed. (Like Heaven's Gate members, who practiced celibacy, the Stooges did not appear to be sexually active.) And did not Moe's co-leader, Curly, pass away prematurely like Bonnie Lu Nettles, Applewhite's co-founder and soulmate, did?

    19. Marshall Applewhite - Biography
    Marshall Applewhite founded the Heaven's Gate religious cult in the 1970s, cultivating a small but devoted following over the years. Applewhite and 38 of his Heaven's Gate followers
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    ad feedback Date of Birth 17 May Spur, Texas, USA Date of Death 26 March , Rancho Santa Fe, California, USA (suicide) Birth Name Marshall Herff Applewhite Mini Biography suicide by consuming vodka laced with phenobarbital and covering their heads with plastic bags. They were all dressed in black with new nike shoes - a uniform by which the 'aliens' who would pick them up could identify them by. They were found a few days later in their bunk beds. Applewhite would not have said it was suicide - they had simply "moved on".

    20. Heaven's Gate (Part 14)
    March 28, 1997 20700 PM EST RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif. (Reuter) In a dramatic videotaped suicide note aired on Friday, the leader of the Heaven's Gate religious cult and 38
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