Cult Cautions: The Cult Worship and the Warriors Published by Outskirts Press

Maria Sanctissima Trinidad cautions readers about the dangers of cults and cult leaders by telling her own dramatic story of enlisting as a “warrior” in a Christian group with a leader bent on subduing members with her own proclaimed “divinity.”

Gardena, CA, March 21, 2012 --( Author and registered nurse Maria Sanctissima Trinidad announced today the release of The Cult Worship and the Warriors, published by Outskirts Press. Trinidad’s cautionary guide for Christians and non-Christians about the potential dangers of cults and cult leaders uses the author’s own disquieting experience with a “Christian” group she ultimately discovers is being presented by the leader with “revelations” that are nowhere to be found in the Holy Scriptures.

Like many others, author Trinidad began her journey as a search for truth and for new ways to finally reach peace, spiritual fulfillment and happiness. She was invited to an introductory evening meeting of one group and listened to the leader’s mesmerizing words with respect and fascination and immediately responded to her charm and beauty as well as to the friendliness and warmth of the group members.

Soon she was unable to resist the magnetism of the group or its leader and she became a regular member at the weekly and monthly meetings. She willingly made donations for the economic support of the group’s get-togethers as well as for the financial obligations of the leader, who heavily depended on the members’ generosity for her welfare.

Slowly Trinidad’s own childlike innocence was shed, and as she started more and more to study the Holy Scriptures on her own, she began to recognize the Biblical ignorance of the group and to see the malevolent slant the leader was lacing her heavenly tales with. Rather than lifting up the spirits of the group with Christian truth from her divine “connection,” the leader was attempting to keep them subdued with her own twisted role acting as Christ or God herself.

It was a wake up call for Trinidad, and in The Cult Worship and the Warriors she carefully lays out the telltale signs for her readers so they do not find themselves entering into a supposedly Christian worship group from which they suddenly find there is no way out.

The Cult Worship and the Warriors is available on-line in paperback through Amazon and Barnes and Noble and at for a maximum trade discount in quantities of ten or more.

Format: 5 x 8 paperback cream ISBN: 978-1-4327-7653-4 SRP: $14.95
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Genre: Religion/Christian life/spiritual warfare/self-help/autobiography

About the author:

Maria Sanctissima Trinidad is a professional RN who cares for the sick and the unfortunate. She has followed the footsteps of Moses in a climb to the top of Mt. Sinai, and she has followed Jesus’ route to Calvary, seeking heavenly things. She wrote this book in obedience to almighty God and humbly acknowledges her existence merely as an instrument of God’s design, for the greater glory of God.

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