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(ML#721, DO)

Introduction and Background
In 1978, Berg had assigned a female Family member Toni, to be a partner for a high profile lesbian leader called Lori (a.k.a. Keda Sky). To the disappointment of Berg, Toni was not inclined towards a lesbian relationship. Toni and Lori wrote to Berg, and this Mo letter was published in response.

Like several Mo letters in the same theme, this one had a broad impact—it was used in tandem with other Mo letters to promote promiscuity and swinging in the name of "unity" and the "Law of Love." It was a warning message to all female members that they should submit to whatever sexual demands were placed upon them by fellow members in "need." Opening the door for widespread coercion, women who resisted sexual advances were branded "The Girl Who Wouldn't" by sexual predators within the group. Even young teenagers—members were considered adults by age 12—were made to read and submit to this Mo letter, which left them open to sexual advances and abuse.

To date, the Mo letter has not been retracted—the coercive sex and sexual "needs" doctrine remains intact, it is still a part of the belief system of The COG/FOL/Family.

Although this Mo letter is one of the foundation letters of the group's coercive sex doctrine, Berg went back and forth on the issue of homosexuality—this is an important distinction.

Originally, Berg had left the issue of homosexuality wide open to interpretation. Favoring lesbianism somewhat more than male-and-male homosexual relationships, he idealized and condoned it in "Women in Love" (ML 292): "I don't see anything wrong with female lesbianism... I don't see a thing in the world wrong with it." (par. 36,44) Apart from male anal sex and cross-dressing, he declared any other type of sexual act within homosexual relationships open to interpretation according to "needs," "all things" and the "law of love" doctrines. His primary reasoning for men "being driven" to homosexuality, was the failure of selfish women to supply their "needs." ("Homos! A question of Sodomy?" ML 719 DO, written June 9, 1978) [1]

However, in 1984, when Berg moved his entourage to Asia, he claimed that Lori (then known as Keda Sky, and a leader in that area at that time), posed a challenge to his leadership and was competing with him.[2] Subsequently he called Keda to his household and proceeded to break her down. In Mo letter 1747, Berg pinpointed “Keda’s Problem” as lesbianism. [5]

No longer the object of his praise, Berg called Lori/Keda "Satan himself attacking us through her."[3] He felt that Keda wanted to be a man and rule over other men. He then threatened her with physical violence [4] if she did not comply with his wishes that she stop being a lesbian, while his common law wife Maria (a.k.a. Karen Zerby, the current leader of The Family) encouraged him to carry out his threats on several occasions:
"Berg: I’m probably going to have to beat her up! (Maria: Well, maybe that’s what she needs.)"
Berg then claimed that he had never endorsed homosexual (including lesbian) relationships in any form, and claimed he had said all along that they were a perversion according to him and the word of God.

Our use of present tense
In many places where we describe Berg's actions, we do so using the present tense, not because we believe Berg is alive, but because his words are still being read and followed today. His legacy lives on.

Consultants engaged for this commentary
The COG/FOL/Family published at least 2 different editions of this Mo letter—a full version and a condensed version. For our commentary, we enlisted the help of 2 experts/consultants, passing them the condensed version for their reactions:
  • "Anovagrrl"—a former member in the group from 1972 to 1975; now a Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW) with a Ph.D. in clinical social work; a mental health worker with specific experience in handling child (including sexual) abuse cases, and mental illness.

  • "Psychologist"—Ph.D. in Psychology, at the Univ. of Baylor, not in any way connected to any “Anti-Cult” movement, and was never a member of The COG/FOL/Family.
Their reactions, together with a few comments extracted from our bulletin boards (Alan, Porceleindoll, Laura, Lydia, MG... ), plus some contributions by our in-house editors, have been compiled into a single commentary.

Some mind control mechanisms used
There were several strong techniques of mind-control/coercion at play:
  • careful selection of words such as "little," "mere flesh" or "tiny thing" to downplay major events, implying the opposite of what reality is, to mask Berg's own twisted drives.

  • skillful use of repetition
    Berg, who often said, "repetition is the law of memory," used repetition to reinforce his ideas. What is repeated enough times, is remembered as truth and fact.

  • suggestive, almost subliminal context
    Berg was adept at manipulating implicit memory—preparing the ground so to speak, for later incursions into the minds of his followers. Implicit memory is what you are not aware you are remembering—it is what you remember on a subconscious level.

    An example of this is how Berg, in the midst of talking repetitively about this particular incident, slips in a comment about how this girl would "not be able to teach her children about sex." This comment in this context will likely not be remembered in the course of this "letter," but it is a powerful plant regarding his intentions with children. This includes what he has already done and what happens in the future.

  • Skillful use of positives and negatives

    • using scriptures
    • use of a nurturing figure
      • quoting his mother to argue for FFing (who by to his own description would never have condoned such a doctrine nor his sexual activities)
    • positive motives
    • positive actions
    • positive associations: "sharing," "giving," etc.

    • repeating the same words and thoughts in the negative
    • Negative reinforcement is always more powerful than positive, i.e.: people work harder against negative consequences more so than with positive reinforcement
    • Negative reinforcement methodology was widely used by leaders such as Hitler. Berg's writing strongly suggests that he had studied such techniques to influence his followers to meet his own ends, which seem to have been power, control, greed, sex, and for his followers to do whatever he wanted of them unquestioningly

    negative positives, and positive negatives:
    • Negative applications are given to positive words such as "Love" and "Faith"—for example, he builds positives to say Toni (and any member not obeying 100%) are not operating in Faith or Love

  • skillful shifts in tone and content, and building to a climax:
    Berg starts off one way, and ends in a whole different manner in tone and content, progressing to the point where he is able to plant his very controversial and authoritative input into the minds of his followers.

    There are several phases in the verbal barrage, marked by shifts.

    Starting off with positives (par 1-2), Berg shifts to degrading repetitions, then to negative reinforcement, then shifts to twisting the scriptures, then to shoulds, and finally shifts to actual or threatened all-out ostracism for any who disobey him.

  • Guilt and Admonishments—the use of shoulds:
    In this and other Mo letters, Berg presents a perfect example of the use of repetition—after going over the same points several times, he makes another repetitive sweep in the negative, then he uses "shoulds" and works towards his climax:

    After several repetitions, and going over the same points in the negative, Berg progresses by pouring on a high frequency of "shoulds," used to express obligation and duty. "Shoulds" are a very powerful tool for manipulation. (“she should have gritted her teeth & borne it’; “She should have done it just for your sake”) and then how this is assigned to "Christ" (Maria: Because "the Love of Christ constraineth" her.).

Confounding the issues
Berg, author of confusion and opportunist
Paradoxically, Berg used faulty generalization and confusion to press his absolute opinions and the clarity of his strict directives onto his adherents.

Whether confused himself, or intentionally confusing, Berg as an author of confusion, was able to create and utilize the nebulous areas in the psyche of his readers/followers to his advantage.

In the course of a single Mo letter, after throwing them off balance and inducing in his followers/readers a confused and suggestive mental state, Berg presses his own clarity of expectations on them. After breaking down their own conscience and clarity, he promotes his own form of black-and-white logic, and presses his subjects into following him without question.

The following are some examples observed.

Confusing "need" with "desire"
Unlike food and water, humans will not die if they do not have sex. Without touching & affection, infants will fail to thrive and sometimes die, but adults can function well for very long stretches without sex or affectionate touch. Genital stimulation and orgasmic release are not physical “needs” like hydration and nutrition. They are physical desires and drives that are moderated by psychological and social conditions.

Using the manipulative word: "Love"
"Love" is the most ambiguous word in the English language.

If Berg was referring to agape love (unconditional acceptance), then we have to recognize that such "love" cannot be coerced as a matter of duty—it is freely given. If one is made to feel guilty or “less than” a perfect disciple, then the acceptance is not unconditional. Unconditional love for others flows out of unconditional self-acceptance. A Christian might argue that unconditional love is a consequence of grace, which flows into and through a person to others to the extent that the individual acknowledges the self as unconditionally loved by God.

(A good source book on this topic is Eric Fromm’s The Art of Loving)

Using the ambiguous"you"
While Berg starts off discussing 3rd persons (Toni and Lori) entering his readers into the picture as voyeurs, at the right place and time, he breaks off into addressing the ambiguous "you," which could either be Toni and Lori, or his audience. An example of this is par. 31 of the full version, or par. 12 of the condensed version:
"YOU BELIEVE THE LETTERS AS MUCH AS YOU PRACTICE THEM! You believe God’s Word as much as you do it!"
Berg freely interchanges between addressing all his readers, and addressing Lori. This break-off into admonishing, imperative statements using the word "you," while a trait of many an English speaker, is a very powerful tool for penetrating the minds of a hitherto receptive audience which had originally been following the details of his diatribe, as something that was being said against someone else.

Berg masking his manipulative and coercive designs
Berg's use of positive words and phrases such as: "love," "affection," "sharing," "mutual supplying of each other's needs," were in actual fact used to camouflage his designs on his followers—being in authority to decide who should be together with whom, in heterosexual or homosexual relationships; judging them according to their willingness to be in the relationship and "give" sex "unselfishly"; relegating them to uselessness should they refuse to comply.

Berg, who was steeped in patriarchal thinking, was also either confused or being deliberately confusing to his readers/followers about many mental-emotional-physical issues such as affective and genital sexuality. Whether the resulting confusion was deliberate or unintentional, Berg was obviously able to skillfully utilize the confusion he created to his advantage. As ex-members will testify, he successfully portrayed himself as a sacrificial and caring figure to his followers, while masking his self-serving and predatory sexual nature.

Confounding affective and genital sexuality
    • Affective sexuality involves the emotional and psychological aspects of desire: longing, tenderness, openness, caring, attraction
    • Genital sexuality is just that—genital arousal, stimulation, and orgasmic release

Berg confounds affective and genital sexuality—on the one hand, he splits the affective off from genital by saying natural feelings should be sacrificed to meet another person's "needs." On the other hand, he says that the desire for tenderness and affection must be served by genital stimulation. The net result is confusion about psychological and physical intimacy in his followers/readers, which ultimately leaves them open to suggestion—an opportunity which Berg seizes.

Self-love vs. selfishness
Berg deliberately or unintentionally confused “selfishness” with “self love” (a healthy mental attribute) the same way he confused “need” with “desire.” It is possible that Berg lacked the mental-emotional development or suffered from a mental disorder, which did not give him the capacity to understand these differences. Many factors however, point to the fact that he was deliberately confusing, calculating and manipulative.

The disturbed "self" Berg bestowed
Berg's sex creed
According to Berg, "My desires, preferences, feelings and needs are irrelevant. It only matters what the other person feels, wants, needs or prefers. It’s all about taking care of others at my expense." Personal feelings, needs, desires, and preferences are anathema—Berg left no room for the "self" to exist.

What Berg taught as self-sacrifice, is actually known as “neurotic pride”—a creed of self-hatred. People who suffer from this disorder and hate themselves to the point they place no value on taking care of their own psychological and emotional needs, are actually quite centered on the very self they are trying so hard to reject and deny. Berg was projecting his own neurotic shadow onto his followers.

Berg's paradox of the sacrificial self
There is a paradox in Berg’s doctrine of the sacrificial self: pride and self-hate are actually two sides of the same coin.

Before you can sacrifice yourself, psychologically, you have to claim ownership of a psychological self—there has to be a "self" that you are sacrificing, a "self" that you value enough to claim as your own.

By denying and removing that "self" and/or self-worth, Berg is actually creating a boundless ego—a black hole that sucks everything in and allows nothing to escape. By creating this boundless ego condition in his followers, Berg is able to use them to do whatever he desires.

Berg’s ego was so rigidly guarded by an irrational belief about personal responsibility for others’ welfare, that he concluded no one has the right to “independently” choose for themselves how they wish respond to a request for services.

Disclaiming ownership of the self—Berg's mind-body split
What Berg asked of his followers was to disclaim personal ownership of their own minds, bodies, needs, feelings, and preferences. By compelling them to respond to the sexual needs of others as a duty, Berg was asking them to do violence to their “self”, to act as though their bodies are dissociated from their minds.

The mind-body split that Berg promotes is an illusion—the body and mind are in fact incorporated. The very same body that is aroused by a certain look, touch or smell is the same body that recoils at a certain look, touch or smell as a consequence of mental processes.

Classic co-dependency
One definition of codependency is: "To justify my existence, I need to be needed."

Berg’s basic assumption was that the disciple has a duty to take care of everyone else’s needs, and that s/he is “selfish” if s/he chooses to take care of her own needs (for safety, respect, autonomy) at the expense of satisfying another’s desires.

The fact is, people who don’t take care of their own psychological and emotional needs will use taking care of others as a way to take care of themselves—other people become a means unto an end rather than an end in themselves.

Personality disorders
While Berg tried to show himself as generous, he displayed a clear lack of empathy—it is clear he was motivated by self-interest—he was disappointed that his assigned gift, a partner for a high profile lesbian leader, did not work out the way he intended, that she did not comply with the demands he placed on her, that she go against her own sexuality and sexual preferences.

Berg's black-and-white, all-or-nothing thought processes are irrational and are symptomatic in people with personality disorders. For him, there was simply no middle ground—he could not imagine Toni was motivated by anything other than selfishness and cruelty.

Simply saying “no” to a request for sexual contact—a basic human right—does not automatically make someone selfish, self-righteous, hard, cold and cruel. However, Berg did not consider his followers entitled to this or many other basic human rights.

Taking disobeying members off the pedestal

As the admonition progresses, a major shift begins when Berg refers to people who don't obey him as being worse than "honest sinners." This implies that members of the group should know better, and if they don't it is worse than an "honest sinner" who does not know any better.

Members of The COG/FOL/Family, as a group, are hitherto indoctrinated to believe they are the best of the best, far above average Christians or people in general. Berg takes Toni off that pedestal and threatens the same to anyone with similar reservations—disobey, and they are useless to God, no longer worthy of the group. Ergo... "Obey completely or else you are worth nothing to God/Berg/the group. Anyone who does not follow Berg 100% is out of the will of God, and not worthy of God."

Ostracism and fear—the ultimate tools of control
Everybody wants to be loved and accepted. Berg knowing how his followers want to please him, ties something everybody wants—love and acceptance, to something he wants—obedience to his every whim, and threatens them with ostracism if they do no comply. Nobody wants all these bad things to happen to him/her.

It is important to recognize that his followers had already surrendered all their possessions, "burned their bridges" and cut ties with the outside world to live in a closed society. They uprooted frequently, moving from country to country. They were made to be completely dependent on the group for survival. It is in this state of vulnerability that Berg uses his most powerful tool, and hits them with the worst possible scenario—he tells his followers their greatest fear—rejection by God. He presses their conditioned fear of losing everything they have held in high esteem.

After equating his will with the will of God, Berg casts out his followers who do not obey him. He tells them God has rejected them because they rejected God by not following Berg.

Berg sets the stage, and gives the answer of how to not be like Toni (rejected, failure, alone, etc.) using himself as an example, right after referring to God and Jesus.

Threats and veiled threats
After using negative words and negative erroneous applications of scripture, he underscores further shame for those who disobey him. "SO I DON’T KNOW WHERE THE LORD CAN USE HER NOW." It is no different from saying, "who possibly would want you after we reject you?"

Toni is used as the martyr, the example to all. Ergo, "Now she has failed everybody. Now she is totally alone, completely and utterly rejected." "This could just as easily be you!" "Don't let this be you."

The Mo letter is laced with many such veiled, but very potent threats.

Patriarchal and andro-centric ideals
Patriarchalism 101
In patriarchal social hierarchies, competition is a basic fact of human relationships—everyone is the real or potential competitor of everyone else. The competition is for access to resources, including the reproductive and nurturing capacities of females. This competition results in basic hostility. Basic hostility can lead to intense needs for affection, inasmuch as affection mediates the threat posed by basic hostility. The need for affection can result in the overvaluing of "love."

The neuroticism Berg displayed is common to individuals who strive for love and affection to the exclusion of things such as accomplishment, mastery, maturity, wisdom, respect for the rights of others, etc.

One-track over-sexualization
Healthy people change their attitudes with the situation—if someone they are attracted to doesn’t want to bond sexually, they choose a less sexualized way to connect and communicate with that person.

Unhealthy individuals primarily exhibit only one neurotic trend across all relationships and situations: e.g., “You have to give me what I want regardless of what you want.” Human behavior becomes a compulsion, rather than a choice.

Berg misunderstanding basic lesbian sexuality
Berg's butch/femme roles have their roots in the working class bar culture of the 1950s, and by no means describe the diverse social-sexual realities of lesbian life. There is plenty of evidence to suggest that sexual coupling—regardless of the gender mix—is unique to the individuals involved. What Berg condones is an andro-centric model of lesbian coupling.

While there are some women who behave like some men in terms of relieving the “need” for orgasmic release, womynist coupling is typically more focused around intense, prolonged sensual arousal. This type of sensuality is impossible to achieve if one partner is gritting her teeth to bare it. (Berg: “she should have gritted her teeth & borne it’; “She should have done it just for your sake”)

Berg, in asking Toni to "grit her teeth and bear it" would have reduced the coupling to a "mercy f__k," which would not appeal to anyone with their self-esteem intact. Such a suggestion could only be made to someone like Lori, if she had a damaged mental-emotional state, or she would have taken offense to it.

Berg projected his own unacknowledged shadow self onto Lori—the stereotypical adolescent male role of someone who “desperately” needs sex. He casted her into the myth of the bull-dyke who acts “just like a man”—it is unlikely Lori could fit this "desperate" stereotype unless she was either shooting up testosterone or pathologically insecure.

Toni on the other hand, is demonized as the repressed "ki-ki" girl who’s too uptight to cut loose.

Mental cues
Maria as a female role model—an illusionist's prop
The use of Maria as a female role model is a very powerful tool of suggestion, used for convincing Berg's followers that he should be obeyed and agreed with, just like Maria does.

Maria, as a female role model pipes in here and there, seemingly to offer another opinion and perspective, but is actually of the same persuasion as Berg. The fact that a woman agrees with this further underscores expectations of women. This is nothing short of a commonly used mind-trick.

The use of props as a tool for suggestion is so powerful that it has been used by professional magicians, illusionists and hypnotists around the world for centuries, to lead audiences into whatever they want them to see, hear, believe and/or experience. Props are routinely planted in the audience to elicit and direct the response of large audiences.

Abuse of spiritual authority
In several places, Berg refers to himself immediately after referring to God and Jesus. This is purposeful and connects him and his will to being God's will. In fact, Berg said he represents God.

On the cover of the Mo letter is an illustration by "Eman Artist" depicting Toni with a proud, selfish, belligerent and aloof expression on her face. Whether or not this accurately depicts Toni, her true character will be ignored, and this is the way she will be remembered within the group; and this would be the way she would come to see herself in order to remain in the group, since there was no room for dissenting thoughts.

Berg states that Toni is "Devilish"—her innate feelings about the issue are "of the devil." This implies to all of the followers of Berg, that they cannot trust their own instincts about others, that they cannot think independently.

He asserts that those who do not "forsake all", who withhold even one "small" thing, will end up "backsliding" "all the way" back into the "system" and become enemies.

No independent thought, no voice of conscience allowed

Berg states clearly that he does not allow people of different opinions in his immediate vicinity (par 88 full version). He wants people to do exactly as he says. Independent thought is equated with the devil. Yet setting himself up as a mouthpiece of God, Berg's thoughts are God's very own—according to Berg, Toni in rejecting a lesbian relationship left "GOD’S HIGHEST PERFECT WILL." (Par 78 full version)

Berg's disciples are conditioned to doubt themselves for any resistance—he creates a total dependence on him. There is no room for disagreement, dissent, or other thoughts that don't go along with his, and he effectively sets himself up as the God he projects.

In short, self = devil, Berg = God.

Misuse of scriptures
In the closed spiritual environment of uncritical fundamentalism which Berg has taught his followers to live in, he is able to freely misuse biblical scriptures for his own designs. He ignores the social, historical and cultural contexts in which sacred scriptures were originally written and extrapolates meaning to situations that have nothing to do with the intent of the text.

An example of this is Mt. 25:45, which applies to a specific context and set of conditions that say nothing about the current case of a woman who doesn’t want to engage sexually with another woman.

Favoring the privileged upper leadership
The diatribe boils down to the issue of domination, control and subjugation. There is an unspoken issue that has to do with power dynamics in the relationship: Keda is a leader and Toni is a rank and file disciple. If the situation were to be reversed and Toni had been the one to pressure Keda, and Keda had refused, a good question to ask is if Berg would have responded in kind:
  • Would Berg have bothered to publish a Mo letter about it?
  • Would he have written a letter rebuking Lori/Keda?
It is the opinion of these and other experts that he would in all likelihood never have given much attention to such an issue, if it had not served his purpose of using one of his followers to use as an example, to be chastised publicly, in order to encroach on the natural defenses of his female subjects and to keep them malleable to his designs.

Berg's chocolate-coated poison
In conclusion, Berg leaves us with the thought of what will happen and implies you are being watched. He/God will know if you disobey. In the last two paragraphs (condensed version) he issues the final threat, concluding his abusive barrage with a flowery "bless you and help you" ...OR ELSE.

1. Berg initially left the issue of homosexuality open to interpretation--apart from anal sex, all other sexual acts were permissible:

"NOW, MERELY MASTURBATING EACH OTHER and s__king each other off, this doesn't really seem any different than having women do it for you. I'm beginning to almost be forced by some things which have happened to modify our definition or to redefine more clearly what is harmful and what may not be harmful...
"THE LORD... did say regarding this, that "Nothing that is done in love is wrong". It doesn't seem that it should be any worse than being s__ked by a woman...
"I GUESS IT MIGHT COME UNDER 'ALL THINGS', AND THE 'LAW OF LOVE'... I just don't like to take a personal stand on it until I know. I guess we'll just have to say, 'according to your faith, be it done unto you', and according to your love, and according to the necessity or need.
(see above notes about "needs")
"... I'm now willing to admit that there's a possibility that it could be within the limits of the love of God, that two men could love each other that much..."
( par. 21,22,25,26 or "Homos!" A question of Sodomy?" ML 719 DO, June 9, 1978)

2. Berg later said that Keda (a.k.a. "Lori" in this Mo letter "The Girl Who Wouldn't") posed a challenge to his leadership:

“This is a major serious crisis, she’s been the top leader! She’s been dominant in the East for 10 or more years, just like the Devil was trying to hold full sway.
(“Keda’s Problem,” ML 1747, par. 28)

3. Lori/Keda fell out of favour with Berg and became "Satan himself":

When Keda, then the CRO of the Pacific area, was summoned to Berg’s home in March 1984, Berg repeatedly said he felt like getting violent with Keda, who was now like Satan himself to him.

"It’s no minor devil, it is Satan himself attacking us through her."

He gloated that the Devil “really got put down” when he (Berg) had slapped Keda’s face (par. 30). He did that in response to a simple enthusiastic question from Keda (Lori).

Contrary to his praises in this Mo letter "The Girl Who Wouldn't", Berg claimed that he had always been disgusted with Lori:

"What is it that I almost abhor When I see her I almost feel like I want to hit her, now why is that? Something about her in the spirit somehow has always disgusted me."
4. Berg threatened Lori/Keda with physical violence:

With this abrupt turn-around, Lori became an object of Berg's hate and he threatened her. Maria (a.k.a. Karen Zerby, current leader of The Family) encouraged him to carry out his threats:

“I really don’t want to have a knock-down, drag-out fight with here! But if that is what the Devil wants, that’s what he’ll get, & he is sure going to be sorry! I might have to give her a few black eyes to prove God’s authority to prove there IS a Man stronger than she is!” (par. 34).

“If I go in there & have to deal with her I’m probably going to have to beat her up! (Maria: Well, maybe that’s what she needs.) I tell you, if you guys can’t do it, is going to be a furor! I don’t think I ever beat up a woman before, but I am apt to! (Maria: Maybe that is exactly what she needs, but I’d hate to have you have to do it) This is her chance to yield without violence! It’s no minor devil, it is Satan himself attacking us through her. Either she is going to get the victory or God is going to have a knockdown, drag-out fight with the Devil, & she is going to be the sufferer! Maybe you ought to warn her, ‘If you don’t want to have Dad come in & knock you flat, you better get rid of this God-damned Satan in a hurry!’” (paras. 26, 41,42,43)

5. Berg pinpointed Keda’s problem as lesbianism.

In In “Keda’s Problem!” (ML 1747) Berg stated that there was nothing in the Bible against women in relationships with women, but that the abomination came when women desired only women, and were so masculine that they no longer desired men. Also, he felt that Keda wanted to be a man and rule over other men. In par. 32, Maria said:

“I got that verse. ‘We will not have this man to rule over us!’ (Luk. 19:14) And it was almost like the way I got it was not jut you in particular but male!”
Berg replied:

“She doesn’t want this Man to rule over her. And I represent the Lord Himself, so it’s defiance against God! The Devil is as visible now as if he had horns & hoofs, & he is furious that he has exposed himself & blown his cover!”

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