Somehow, thousands of otherwise perfectly sane and intelligent people heard this and thought it sounded great and in no way ripe for a mess of abuse. Two of those followers later had a daughter named Raina ("Hi!) who eventually moved to the Mountain of Attention, one of Adidam's main compounds in California. Things got exponentially weirder from there. For starters, as the Adidam website itself explains, "many people do 'sense something very unusual'" in the presence of the cult's founder. By "something very unusual," they mean his dong.
"Despite the fact that celibacy was the order of the day and everyone was supposed to be getting enlightened, not banging," Raina says, the guru decidedly did not practice what he preached. While one lawsuit against the guru in the 1980s accused Jones of ordering his followers, "to perform aberrant, perverted and degrading sexual acts, including ... sodomy, urination, defecation and dildo assaults on one another," it usually didn't get that kinky and/or nonconsensual. Mostly, "the guru REALLY liked f*****g and plowed his way through almost every hot female in the cult," Raina says. "My mother was always bummed that she never got to have sex with the guru."
Sex with a Yoga instructor has never seemed less appealing.