“I felt, I felt this jolt in my arm. There were a few jolts, and I could see them exiting my body. When I opened my eye, everything was different. Everything was different. Everything was different. There was such clarity. There were these colors — looked different; and when I spoke my voice was different.”   – Andrea Louise Kellogg

 

The below video was published to the church of Brisbane (an Australian branch of the church of Wells), youtube channel then taken down after 2 days — Titled, “Testimony and Baptism of Sister Andrea.”  Andrea was recently sent from Australia to the USA to be bound in marraige to Jim MacPherson at the church of Wells.

 

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6 thoughts on “The Bizarre testimony and baptism of Andrea Louise Kellogg

  1. I was blessed by listening to her testimony. She is one of the first people in the group that I have heard having normal voice, tone, emotions, expressions, and animations during speech rather than a weird robotic and unemotional rhythm. Basically in this video she has a “full emotional affect” rather than a “flat emotional affect”. This video has life and joy. This video was made before she moved into a communal high demand group.

    For me, a key difference is that after a person lives in a communal high demand group that instructs women to be shame faced without joy, there becomes a dramatic reduction of life and joy during speech because it would become replaced with the typical somber, robotic and unemotional speech pattern we have frequently seen with hundreds of communal high demand groups. The most notable example of was the Heaven’s Gate communal high demand group where 39 followers all made videos of themselves telling family how happy they are, literally just before all committing suicide. Every person had the same monotone style. A well known and well documented sign of communal high demand groups is when the members speech patterns turn to a flat emotional affect and they all start sounding the same with a weird robotic an unemotional rhythm. They all say they are the happiest person in the world, but they don’t seem to have the normal happy emotional affect, and remember, they all knew they are about to commit suicide to get to the next level.

    Watch the this Heaven’s Gate video and see whether you recognize anything.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaImyktMkU4

    I think it is important to study exactly how other High Demand Groups and cults work, so that none of us would accidentally be swayed to join the wrong one. It has been suggested that people that watch this video are less likely to ever join a cult because they can begin to recognize the speech patterns, emotional patterns, and phrases, and doctrines.

    I would like to see a more recent video now that Andrea has has been fully immersed into a communal high demand group that instructs women to be shame faced without joy. Then we could compare the changes about her speech and emotional affect.

  2. I really didn’t see anything bizarre at all. She accepted Jesus Christ as her savior and then chose to be baptized.

  3. Pure example of mind control. Very sad. Good people gravitate to a Christ centered church and living arrangement…then they are “broken down”,using psychological and physical brainwashing techniques. People do not need to display misery to prove that they love God.

  4. Praise God for saving and delivering her! While her testimony is different from some, I believe it to be true. Every testimony is unique. God has delivered her from such wickedness and darkness! May He use her mightily to bring others to Christ.

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