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Arkeon

arkeon

Canale di denuncia e informazione contro la psico-setta Arkeon capeggiata dal sedicente guru Vito Carlo Moccia, indagato dalla Procura di Bari per esercizio abusivo della professione, truffa aggravata, violenza sessuale, violenza privata e calunnia.

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Canale di denuncia e informazione contro la psico-setta Arkeon capeggiata dal sedicente guru Vito Carlo Moccia, indagato dalla Procura di Bari per esercizio abusivo della professione, truffa aggravata, violenza sessuale, violenza privata e calunnia.

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Arkeon is a controversial Italian personal growth movement founded by Vito Carlo Moccia. Arkeon gained some international popularity for alleged links with the Preacher to the Papal Household, Franciscan Capuchin Raniero Cantalamessa.

Arkeon was founded in 2000 by Vito Carlo Moccia and others, based on their experience in teaching reiki. Moccia, described as the first Italian Reiki Master, initiated by Phyllis Furumoto, seems to have expanded the original teaching in different directions. Apparently, his method had become too different from Furumoto's and a different designation was needed.

In 2004, after the appearance of an article on a Roman Catholic catechism magazine, Rev. Father Raniero Cantalamessa interviewed Vito Carlo Moccia for the TV show run by the Capuchin friar on the national Italian television (RAI). The topic was the father-son relationship.

In October 2007, after a series of extremely critical TV shows, with accounts of purported victims, and calls for police action by an Italian anti-cult movement organization, the Public Prosecutor's Office of Bari, Italy, started an investigation on Moccia and five other members of the movement. Arkeon seminars were suspended. At the beginning of April 2008, the investigation was still pending. Several forms of abuse are being alleged. Arkeon members deny any criminal wrongdoing.

In 2008, the Italian psychologist and theologian Raffaella Di Marzio, a leading Italian cult expert, began a research study on the movement. After collecting some interviews and participating in a meeting with members, she was accused by Italian police of joining a criminal conspiracy and attempting to continue Moccia's abuses as the new leader of Arkeon. Colleagues and observers reacted with disbelief. Her website on cults and psychology of religion Sette, religioni e spiritualità was also shut down by the Prosecutor's office, for undisclosed reasons.

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