- Aum splinter group raided over unregistered travel agency
- The group was set up in 2007 by former Aum spokesman Fumihiro Joyu, who left the cult. The splinter group had about 200 followers at the end of July, according to the Public Security Intelligence Agency. Aum founder Shoko Asahara, whose real name is ...
- Cult attraction: Aum Shinrikyo's power of persuasion
- Others joined a splinter group headed by former Aum spokesman Fumihiro Joyu called Hikari no Wa (Circle of Rainbow Light).
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- The program endeavors to explain how Aum became a doomsday cult by talking to Fumihiro Joyu, a former executive with the cult who now heads an offshoot organization. The program also uses dramatic recreations to explain some of the more shocking ...
- Aum's successors remain 'dangerous,' intel agency says
- The offshoot is called Hikari no Wa (Circle of Rainbow Light) and is headed by former Aum leader Fumihiro Joyu. The agency said the two groups remain dangerous.
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