GOOGLE has been accused of employing a large number of people belonging to an unusual religious group in California.
The Fellowship of Friends is a group that believes most of us are living in a state of “waking sleep.”
The Fellowship of Friends was founded by Robert Earl Burton in 1970[/caption]
The group ran the Renaissance Vineyard and Winery from 1982 to 2015[/caption]
According to The New York Times, the Fellowship of Friends is a “cult-like religious sect” that’s infiltrated Google.
The group has reportedly gained a power position at the tech giant and has started to hire more members of the “cult-like sect”.
The New York Times says the takeover has been happening for years.
A former employee is now said to be suing over the situation.
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Former Google employee Kevin Lloyd told the NYT: “Once you become aware of this, you become responsible.”
That’s why Lloyd is putting a legal case against Google.
He’s using a lawyer that won $6.5 million for a client who claimed she hadn’t been promoted because she wasn’t a member of the Fellowship of Friends.
It’s unclear how many Google employees are actually members of the Fellowship.
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The group is also known as Living Presence and the Fourth Way School.
It has faced multiple damning accusations in the past and the new lawsuit accuses it of having a history of sex trafficking.
The Fellowship was founded by Robert Earl Burton in 1970.
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He predicted that civilization is doomed and his group aims to form a new civilization after the one we know now is over.
We have reached out to Google for comment.