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-[{{:​the_fox_and_the_grapes_-_project_gutenberg_etext_19994.jpg?​192 |}}]Cognitive Dissonance theory was first developed by Leon Festinger in 1956 after the publication of a book, [[wp>​When_Prophecy_Fails|When Prophecy Fails]], written with co-authors Henry W. Riecken and Stanley Schachter, to explain how members of a UFO doomsday cult increased their commitment to the cult when a prophesied destruction of the Earth did not happen. The cult's leader, a certain Mrs Keech, had, seemingly, been advised by extra-terrestrials about the Earth'​s imminent destruction and was also assured by them that the cult, alone, was going to be rescued.+[{{:​the_fox_and_the_grapes_-_project_gutenberg_etext_19994.jpg?​192 |}}]Cognitive Dissonance theory was first developed by Leon Festinger in 1956 after the publication of a book, [[wp>​When_Prophecy_Fails|When Prophecy Fails]], written with co-authors Henry W. Riecken and Stanley Schachter, to explain how members of a UFO doomsday cult increased their commitment to the cult when a prophesied destruction of the Earth did not happen. The cult's leader, a certain Mrs Keech, had, seemingly, been advised by extra-terrestrials about the Earth'​s imminent destruction and was also assured by them that the cult, alone, was going to be rescued ​((see https://​seanmunger.com/​2015/​02/​04/​the-day-the-saucers-didnt-come-the-story-of-when-prophecy-fails-part-i/​)).
  
 In the course of his investigations Festinger, a trained psychologist,​ actually infiltrated the cult himself and was thus a first hand witness to the groups behavior in the wake of the non-fulfillment of their doomsday prophecy. In the course of his investigations Festinger, a trained psychologist,​ actually infiltrated the cult himself and was thus a first hand witness to the groups behavior in the wake of the non-fulfillment of their doomsday prophecy.
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