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Apr 15 10 11:31 PM

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What Is Scientology?

Scientology is NOT a religion, it is a twisted psychological mindfuck.

Scientology started as Diantetics...

Diantetics was started by L Ron Hubbard and his wife.

L Ron Hubbard was a bad Sci-fi author, Criminal, discharged US Navy Soldier and sometime mental
patient who begged the US Military to be put into a intitution and be given drugs.
His one son is gay and he hated him for it.

Because the US military could not help him, he became angry with Psychiatry and created
Dianetics from obsolete and long abandoned psychiatric ideas and treatments.

Dianetics followers were originally told that thru Auditing and other Diantetics
practices that all humans can reach a state of CLEAR. They were told by L Ron Hubbard
and his wife that once a human reaches the state of CLEAR that they will no longer get
sick, they will have very high IQs and have superhero powers like seeing thru brickwalls,
being able to lift heavy objects etc.

Ill continue that in a bit but lets get to Scientology...

In the beginning Scientology starts out as a simple "personality test"
that one fills out online or in person and sends in. Diantetics did this also.
Then you get a response from a Scientology member telling you you flunked
and you must come into a Scientology "Church" for counselling.
You go in and they tell you you would be greatly helped by having a Scientology
AUDITING. You say okay and off you go to your first audit.

A Scientology Audit is where you sit facing a Scientology Auditer and he/she
asks you questions from a list while you hold onto two metal can like objects
with wires attached to them hooked up to a scientology E-Meter.
An E-Meter is a rudimentary lie detector machine that registers skin responses
and determines deception.

Here are some sample questions:

“Can you think of a time when you felt angry?”
“When was another time you felt angry?”
“When was the first time you felt angry”

Then they start asking more personal questions about drugs and sex.

The entire auditing is secretly audio and videotaped. Later on if you try to leave the
"church" they blackmail you with your secrets. This is why John Travolta cant leave.

Anyway, as I said the E-Meter is a rudimentary lie detector. Its voltage is higher than that of a real lie detector.  The electrical current involved that goes into the body of the Auditee stimulates the body to release ENDORPHINS.
Endorphins make people happy, they pep us up. So this is why after an audit, most new Scientologists feel good after an audit and think it must work. Then after the Audit the endorphins go back down to normal and the new Scientologist craves another audit!
This is how they initially "get" new recruits. Its ADDICTIVE. It is also why drug addicts seemingly
get cured by becoming Scientologists. They replace drugs with auditing.

Aside from the Personality Test and The Audit, all new recruits go thru Purification Rundowns
and Drills.

Purification Rundown is where a new recruit is made to drink vegetable oil and take large amounts of
Niacin (vitamin b3), Magnesium and Calcium then they have to sit in a hot sauna for hours and then ride a stationary bike for hours. This supposedly rids the body of drugs and heavy metals.

Drills or TR-Drills are strange repetitive routines that all new recruits are required to do to advance
in Scientology. You should watch the video below then I will continue.

These drills are supposed to teach communication skills BUT their real purpose is to lull the recruit
into an hypnotic trance which allows the rest of the Scientology teachings and indoctrination to
be accepted by the recruit. They also help teach the recruit to later on defend the church by appearing
to be robotic, a great little robotic soldier for L Ron!

So after the Personality Test, every Scientologist routinely goes thru Audits, Drills and Purification
Rundowns regularly. They change or get more advanced as the person gets deeper and deeper into Scientology.
This is called Advancing Up The Bridge. Or The Bridge To Total Freedom

Each audit costs roughly $1000.00 each.
Yes, the recruit pays for his/her own services.
Remember that number we will return to it later.

Okay lets return to this Diantetics CLEAR superhero powers nonsense!

After people joined Diantetics centers and were promised that once they "went clear"
theyd get those superhero powers, most went clear rather quickly and surprise, surprise
NO SUPERHERO POWERS occured! People were getting angry and disillusioned.
L Ron Hubbard had to think quickly and suddenly cameup with the biggest line of bullshit EVER
(aside from Kate Gosselins every word) Are you ready for this?

Once upon a time (75 million years ago to be more precise) there was an alien galactic ruler named Xenu. Xenu was in charge of all the planets in this part of the galaxy including our own planet Earth, except in those days it was called Teegeeack.

Xenu the alien ruler Now Xenu had a problem. All of the 76 planets he controlled were overpopulated. Each planet had on average 178 billion people. He wanted to get rid of all the overpopulation so he had a plan.

Xenu took over complete control with the help of renegades to defeat the good people and the Loyal Officers. Then with the help of psychiatrists he called in billions of people for income tax inspections where they were instead given injections of alcohol and glycol mixed to paralyse them. Then they were put into space planes that looked exactly like DC8s (except they had rocket motors instead of propellers).

These DC8 space planes then flew to planet Earth where the paralysed people were stacked around the bases of volcanoes in their hundreds of billions. When they had finished stacking them around then H-bombs were lowered into the volcanoes. Xenu then detonated all the H-bombs at the same time and everyone was killed.

The story doesn't end there though. Since everyone has a soul (called a "thetan" in this story) then you have to trick souls into not coming back again. So while the hundreds of billions of souls were being blown around by the nuclear winds he had special electronic traps that caught all the souls in electronic beams (the electronic beams were sticky like fly-paper).

After he had captured all these souls he had them packed into boxes and taken to a few huge cinemas. There all the souls had to spend days watching special 3D motion pictures that told them what life should be like and many confusing things. In this film they were shown false pictures and told they were God, The Devil and Christ. In the story this process is called "implanting".

When the films ended and the souls left the cinema these souls started to stick together because since they had all seen the same film they thought they were the same people. They clustered in groups of a few thousand. Now because there were only a few living bodies left they stayed as clusters and inhabited these bodies.

As for Xenu, the Loyal Officers finally overthrew him and they locked him away in a mountain on one of the planets. He is kept in by a force-field powered by an eternal battery and Xenu is still alive today.

That is the end of the story. And so today everyone is full of these clusters of souls called "body thetans". And if we are to be a free soul then we have to remove all these "body thetans" and pay lots of money to do so. And the only reason people believe in God and Christ was because it was in the film their body thetans saw 75 million years ago.

You know what Im gonna say next?YEP, sorry Clears! The reason you still dont have your Superhero powers is cause we must CLEAR each of those dead alien souls clinging to your body as well...And that requires more money.

Okay lets go back to that $1000.00 figure okay?

What would you do if I told you the Xenu story when you first came in for your first audit after you "flunked" your Personality Test?

Youd run like hell!

Which is why they have to wait till you are in Scientology for several years and have spent hundreds of thousands on "services".Approximately $400,000.00 before OTIII.

Still even then some Scientologists lose their marbles when it is "revealed" to them around level OTIII...

Some Scientologists go nuts and are sent to Scientology Prisons called Rehabilitation Project Force (aka RPF) Some have died...

After reading all this do you look at John Travolta the same? Tom Cruise?

In my next few posts Ill talk about some more facets of Scientology including baby formula...

Xenu Says Goodnight...

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Apr 18 10 8:01 PM


So what if you are a poor person or on a fixed income and you fill out a personality test and they call you in for your first Audit?
They might give you the Audit for free to pull you in and get you hooked but what happens if you cant pay for any further "services"?
Well first you get labeled a FREELOADER...
Then you either have to work off your debt in Scientology sweatshops. Or they make you sign your house or other property over to the "church" as collateral, many times they trick you into signing stuff over to them.

And if you have to work for them to pay off your debt, its for very very low pay and its backbreaking 15-18 hour days.

Stuff like picking up big rocks and hauling them up hills on any one of Scientologys properties. Scrubbing the outsides of the buildings with scrub brushes, menial tedious office work etc.
Basically you become their slaves...

If you try and quit Scientology before you pay off your debt with work, they take your house and possessions....

Harriet Baker HARRIET BAKER, 73, LOST HER HOUSE after Scientologists learned it was debt free and arranged a $45,000 mortage, which they pressured her to tap to pay for auditing. They had approached her after her husband died to help "cure" her grief. When she couldn't repay the mortage, she had to sell.

Scientology needs to be stopped!

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Apr 18 10 8:46 PM

Scientology openly recruits Celebrities so they have a public face that looks great and is a sort of commercial of what being a Scientologist should look like.
Celeb Scientolgists have their own Celebrity Center in L.A. that caters to just them, and isnt as hard on them as the typical Scientologist.

Tom Cruise was courted, groomed and put out there as the Scientology Jesus Christ.
In the "church" thats exactly what he is looked at as.

Tom Cruise therefore needed a biological child to allow L Ron Hubbard to be reincarnated into so he could return to his "flock"...

When Toms first 2 marriages failed to bear a biological child the church then set out to recruit a suitable new spouse for him so L Ron can return.

Jennifer Garner and Jessica Alba refused to meet with him and Scarlett Johansen left the recruitment meeting upon finding out what was going on.

Katie Holmes however fell for it and somehow got pregnant immediately with Suri...
or L Ron Hubbards new body...

The cycle is now complete. The second coming has happened...

At least to the nutty Scientologists

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Apr 18 10 10:22 PM

Completely sketchy. Scientology is a pet peeve of mine too. I was so disappointed when I found out Beck was in the fold. 

I didn't know they thought Suri was L Ron.

I'm amazed Katie fell headlong into Scientology beliefs in so short a time period to the degree that she accepts that her daughter is the reincarnation of L Ron Hubbard, especially since her own family of origin seems pretty normal and historically very supportive of her. Do you think she really believes it or is faking it for a 200 million dollar payday in 5 years when she divorces Tom? 

Great info Preesi.

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May 3 10 3:08 PM

Rush & Molloy

Scientology leader David Miscavige accused of snooping in secret celeb confessional files

Sunday, May 2nd 2010, 10:57 AM

Scientology leader David Miscavige (l.) is being accused of gossiping about Lisa Marie Presley and Michael Jackson after snooping in her confidential confessional file.
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Scientology leader David Miscavige (l.) is being accused of gossiping about Lisa Marie Presley and Michael Jackson after snooping in her confidential confessional file.
The Church of Scientology is bringing down the hammer on a renegade member who alleges leader David Miscavige loves to gossip about his star parishioners.
Former high-ranking member Amy Scobee claims in her just-out book, "Scientology: Abuse at the Top," that Miscavige and other officials "snooped" in confidential confessional files - a charge vehemently denied by the church, whose believers include Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes, John Travolta, Kelly Preston and Kirstie Alley.
Scobee writes that she was in the office of top exec Marc Yager when Miscavige called to brief him on "the latest" about "a female celebrity connected with Michael Jackson."
"Yager kept saying, 'No way, really? That's completely out of control!' ... [They were] giggling like little elementary school kids."
"According to a source, Scobee is referring to Jackson's former wife Lisa Marie Presley. In her book, she also alleges:
Miscavige "is known to pride himself on having memorized the sexual irregularities of practically every staff member" at one church facility - sometimes teasing them about their kinks in front of others.
Officials privately grilled church members who work for celeb Scientologists to check whether the celebs were "deviating" from "Scientology's moral code."
Miscavige once dressed his dog, Jellie, in an officer's uniform to make the point that Jellie could do a better job than staffers - who were required to salute the beagle.
Church execs panicked when a robber stole a briefcase containing sensitive information about a well-known church official who'd video­taped "himself having sex with several other men." A homeless man finally turned in the briefcase.
Church spokesman Tommy Davis brands all of Scobee's claims as "fiction." He insists Miscavige's purported dish session "never happened. Nobody in the church has ever violated the priest-penitent privilege. ... [Confessional files] are held in the strictest confidence."
Davis says the church is "preparing a lawsuit" against Scobee, based on the "disgusting allegations" in her self-published book.
Scobee was "expelled" after she admitted to "five affairs outside of wedlock" - a violation of her ecclesiastical vows - including one with "a penitent she was supposed to be ministering to," Davis claimed.
Scobee, who is still married to that "penitent," argues that Davis "didn't see what I saw. I wanted to leave. They tried to get me to stay. If confessionals are never violated, what's Tommy doing talking about my sex life? "
Scobee has already been put on notice by Cruise's lawyer, Bert Fields, for a "defamatory" claim that Miscavige's wife once told her the actor had a "drug history."
Davis adds that he's "fed up" with the airtime disgruntled defectors have been getting, especially in a recent Anderson Cooper investigation on CNN.
"[Our members] are going to Haiti, spending millions to charter planes to fly in supplies and doctors and nurses," says Davis. "All the while Anderson Cooper is in his designer T-shirts, just standing around, while we're helping people for real."

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May 3 10 9:55 PM

[url]^^^^^Jim Carey Outs Himself As A Closet Scientologist


Not Jim!  Seriously?!  What are they telling the movie stars?!   It reminds me of that 2012 video with that mention of the Sea Organization.

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May 14 10 12:28 PM

From a post on ONTD


Most people know very little about Scientology aside from the fact that Tom Cruise, John Travolta and other celebrities are a part of it, and that it's had its fair share of controversy over the years. A new book is looking to pull back the curtain on the mysterious religion founded by L. Ron Hubbard, and the author certainly knows her stuff. Amy Scobee is a former Scientologist who was in the church for more than two decades, and worked in the all-important Celebrity Centers portion of the organization. In her just-released book, 'Scientology: Abuse at the Top,' Scobee details all of the troubling things she saw that made her flee what she once called her trusted religion, but now refers to as a "dangerous cult." Scobee spoke exclusively to PopEater over e-mail about her shocking book, her time with Tom Cruise and other Scientology bigwigs, and the (her words) brainwashing, systematic violence and slave labor camps she saw during her 27 years there. Her terrifying claims ...


Could you explain your role within the Church of Scientology?
I worked in the upper management of Scientology for two decades. For a good portion of that time, I was responsible for the international network of Celebrity Centers, which service people in the field of the arts, government and sports -- people with high profiles in the world who are capable of creating a lot of influence on the population.

You were a member for 27 years. What was the spark plug for your departure?
I became less and less tolerant of the abuse that I witnessed as it got more and more harsh. People were very unhappy, family members were being separated, David Miscavige [the current "leader" of Scientology] committed assault and battery on my friends on numerous occasions. I could not justify continuing to support such an organization bent on threats and severe human rights violations, which were a dichotomy of the stated goals and reason I joined in the first place. I wanted to help people and create a better world based on love and compassion for mankind.

Why is there such a big push to recruit celebrities to Scientology?
A strategic priority for Scientology is to bring in big-name celebrities as they can influence whole populations. If they endorse Scientology, then masses will want to join, as well. That means expansion, more money, more members who in turn bring in others. The stated goal for Celebrity Center is to make celebrities into "walking success stories" of Scientology so they promote their success and attribute it to what they learned in Scientology.

In the press, there's often articles that are negative towards the Church. Why would they want to attract more celebrities, and in turn, more attention?
They think that any negative press is just a result of "disgruntled ex-members" and should be ignored

Tom Cruise is by far the most known Scientologist. What types of interaction did you have with him during your time there, and what can you say about him as a person?
I met Tom Cruise and members of his family. I did a project to locate Scientologists for him to hire in order to fill specific positions in his household -- such as executive housekeeper, maid, cook, nanny. Personally, I do not have much respect for Tom at all for a few very important reasons. First of all, I think he has abused his "power" as a well-known figure to gain special favors from Scientology. I know of several examples of this, including the fact that I was personally assigned to select his personal entourage, which had nothing to do with my job at the time. I was a full-time staff member in the Sea Organization. I did not get paid for that service, I did not get thanked for that service. I was at the International Management base in Hemet when he came to do Scientology services for an extended period of time. The staff members there were not set up to service a celebrity at that property. People were pulled off their own jobs to cater to him. I knew of people [Sea org members] doing his laundry, supervising him in the course room, supervising his counseling, the music studio conference room was converted to a course room for him, many staff members were utilized to establish audio-visual facilities in his home. Many staff members had to stay up day and night, because on the 500 acre property there were some brown patches on the lawns -- it's in the middle of the desert in Hemet. Those brown patches could be seen by helicopter per David Miscavige, and Cruise was going to arrive via helicopter, so we laid sod for days -- night and day.

The other factor is that Tom Cruise has proclaimed David Miscavige to be a "LEADER OF LEADERS" and announced to all Scientologists attending the International Association of Scientologists Event in 2004 that David Miscavige was the best leader and said that he should know "because I've met them ALL." That's an arrogant statement, plus David Miscavige viciously beats his staff members. So to give Miscavige all this praise puts in concrete to Scientology followers to listen to this "leader" who has NO BUSINESS being in that position because he's DANGEROUS.

Recently, reports surfaced claiming that David Miscavige played Tom Cruise's confession tapes -- which are meant to be private -- to fellow church members for a laugh over drinks. Does that seem like something he'd do, or have you known this to be true?
Yes -- David Miscavige talked about people's private confidential information. I witnessed this myself. I included some specifics of this in my book regarding another celebrity. He also did it to staff -- snickering about things that came up in their confessionals and TELLING the specifics to whoever was at the meeting with him at the time. He did that to me. And he did that to many, many others. Including calling all-base staff briefings and reporting embarrassing details about supposed transgressions in order to intimidate people. One of my friends told me how Miscavige and he were standing outside when staff were walking between buildings -- like for lunch break or something -- and he pointed to random people giving "tid-bits" on each one as they passed, to "prove" how much "in the know" he is. It's a complete violation of the priest-penitent privilege and a total invasion of privacy.

What was the Church's reaction to his showdown with Matt Lauer?
I was already out of Scientology when that happened. I saw the show and thought Tom was being very arrogant towards Matt Lauer. I don't know what the Church response was because I wasn't there, but I presume they would have patted Tom on the back for "standing up" to Lauer and telling the world how bad psychiatric drugs are for people.

Scientology often gets criticized for mobilizing when there's a tragedy (9/11, the Haiti earthquake) as people feel they're trying to recruit. What can you share on that?
They ARE trying to recruit and create good PR for Scientology -- "good works, well publicized" is the goal, so as to become more accepted in society and to bring in new members. People are instructed to video [tape] their actions and get media if they can so this can then be shown at their very frequent PR events to "prove" to their members how much they are accepted and expanding and doing good for the world.

Do you think more and more celebrities will lean towards Scientology as time goes on, or has it hit its high point star-wise?
No. Scientology celebrities are already beginning to turn away and have publicly resigned their membership. Award-winning writer/director Paul Haggis, actor Jason Beghe and actor Larry Anderson are a few recent examples. I think more celebrities will walk away as they discover the truth and cease turning a blind eye to the blatant human rights violations so many people are exposing inside Scientology.

During an interview with ABC, you detail your experience with Scientology's purification treatment. You eventually began taking massive amounts of niacin, which led to some side effects. Could you detail that?
The purification program is supposed to be relatively short, where you exercise for a period of time per day and then sweat in the sauna in order to rid the body of any residual drugs and toxins. Miscavige decided that executives in International Management were "incompetent" as they were "dead heads" due to past drug histories being "unhandled." So he decided to create a weird variation of the purification program where many of us were put in the sauna 5 hours per day for MONTHS at a time. I was on it for 8 months and I know of several others who were on even longer. You take high dosages of niacin -- 5000 mg per day -- while on this program. I got freaked out that my body was being damaged. I had gray matter coming out of my pores and I asked if it could please be checked into by the lab or doctor, which was never done. This is the point when I started to plan my escape from that place. I felt trapped, and at risk both physically and mentally. And it didn't help to have an abusive and nasty leader dictating our lives at that point either. I was sent to Florida and I left from there in March 2005.

What good things are there that Scientology does that people may not know about?
I believe that the study technology has really helped people because I've read many rave success stories -- where people who could not learn before obtained simple tools to be able to read and learn and increase their competence as a result. One doesn't have to be a Scientologist to apply the basic tools of study, such as using a dictionary to clear words and terms one doesn't understand in order to obtain a conceptual understanding of what you are reading and to study a subject on a gradient and to balance the significance with the actual mass of what you're learning -- such as LOOK at the piece of equipment while reading the manual!

Scientology believes that one is a spiritual being that has lived before and will continue to live. This is not unique to Scientology, but a basis of a lot of religions. They do promote a moral code of love and compassion and following the laws of the land, which is helpful to those who will actually apply those concepts.

What are some of the worst things?
-- Family disconnection and their manipulation, blackmail and control through the threat of being cut off from family, which has devastating effects, and being denied your "only road to salvation as a spiritual being."

-- The Rehabilitation Project Force, which I cover in detail in my book. This is a slave labor camp within the Sea Organization where people who have supposedly messed up get sent for sometimes years and years. They are separated from family, segregated from the rest of the group, made to run everywhere, put on hard manual physical work and paid 1/4 the regular staff pay -- about $12 per WEEK. I've known several people on that program for over a decade for minor offenses. It's inhumane and that "program" should be shut down.

-- The way Scientology goes after critics. It's their policy to utterly annihilate the credibility of anyone speaking out against the "church." They have done brutal things in the past along these lines and are still pulling these stunts currently. I've been followed by private investigators – sometimes several at a time, my family's house watched, they've tried to get my in-laws (never even in Scientology) to kick me out of the family, which they refused and dismissed as a completely insane and evil proposal. They put out publications with vicious false and defamatory information about me to hopefully make the readers think I was incapable of accurately reporting on my observations with regards to their illegal activities.

-- Another key thing is INFORMATION CONTROL. This is a form of mind control. If one controls what you can and can not see or hear, one is unable to make a rational decision about that matter. Scientology specializes in information control -- one is banned from upper levels of "spiritual enlightenment' if it is discovered that you read anything negative about Scientology or talked to someone about it. People are put in for routine confessionals to find out if you "committed this sin." So you are careful to avoid any contact with the media when it comes to Scientology or to read about any exposure about what is going on at the highest echelons. If the general public knew, they would stop supporting Scientology. They would walk away. They'd have the INFORMATION to be able to make that decision. Instead, all they hear is what the head of Scientology (Miscavige) reports at their frequent PR events -- how the expansion is better than ever and popularity of Scientology is at an all-time high, etc. They applaud, thinking it's all wonderful and donate a lot of money for the cause to "keep the expansion going." It's very sad. I want people to have the truth. When I informed a family member of mine, who had been a dedicated Scientologist for about 30 years, what was really going on at the top of his church, he chose to walk away and he has officially resigned. That's the logical thing to do. He still believes the technology itself is beneficial, but will no longer support that organization – in fact he has also now requested all of his money back.

Something dangerous about Scientology is that they truly believe that they are the "only salvation" for mankind. They therefore consider they can do all sorts of things -- even if it breaks the law -- because it's "the greatest good" and forwards their overall mission to ensure everyone's future eternity. Crush a critic into silence, lie on national television, beat a staff member who is not behaving as you'd like, blackmail people using family disconnection and other threats to keep them in line, use personal information obtained on people to smear their name, keep people on the RPF for years, force staff to work around the clock for almost no pay, hide evidence that could be damning if it were discovered -- on and on. They are fanatics about being the ONLY salvation and the end justifies the means.

Germany recently declared Scientology a cult. Do you think that's an accurate definition?
Yes -- I believe Scientology is actually a dangerous cult. By definition, a "destructive cult" is a religion or other group which has caused or has a high probability of causing harm to its own members or to others. Some researchers define "harm" in this case with a narrow focus, specifically groups which have deliberately physically injured or killed other individuals, while others define the term more broadly and include emotional abuse among the types of harm inflicted. Both physical and spiritual/mental abuse has occurred, and from what I understand is continuing to occur, within Scientology -- at its highest ranks. I observed quite a bit of such destructive action and this is detailed in my new book.

Is there a single most-shocking incident or occasion that stands out in your mind from your time in Scientology?
Yes -- my realization that I had just spent 27 years of my life supporting what I now realize is a dangerous and destructive cult -- a so-called "religion" that hides behind its status as a "church" to cover up crimes and major human rights violations. My own personal integrity is intact and I am determined to expose the abuse to hopefully put it to an end.

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May 17 10 5:36 PM

Oh, my....  Scientology is odd!  I have been reading around online and am a bit shocked.  A dear friend of mine got caught up researching it a while ago (for a paper) and we had talked about it on occasion over dinner and what-not.  Anyhow,  I have renewed her interest and we have been discussing it more.  I think I am "hooked" on reading about it as well.   Preesi, thank you for all of your information.   

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Nov 22 10 2:00 PM

 David Miscavige is full of shit about Anderson Cooper and Haiti. How do I know this. I know this first hand. My nephew and his wife who works for Catholic Relief Services in Haiti worked side by side with Anderson Cooper and Sanjay Gupta clawing rubble of buildings with their hands to free trapped children and adults . They all slept side by side in the rain and mud for an hour or two then got up and helped in makeshift hospitals surgery quarters until daylight then they went back to looking for people caught in building collapses, digging them out with their bloodied hands.
  Cooper, Gupta, my nephew and his wife and other Red cross volunteers from the NY area made sure the victims were fed before they ate, they set up camps all night for displaced persons and they busted their asses and continue to do so in Haiti.  Cooper and Gupta have been going down on weekends and others have been helping but those fucking Scientologists have all but disappeared since they got their 15 minutes of look at me I am down here saving haitians, Fame.
  This really pisses me off. Cooper didn't give a shit if he didn't look like the poster boy for elite wealthy americans, Cooper got filthy and worked his ass off with the rest of the volunteers who poured into Haiti after the quake. Gupta spent hour upon hour in emergency surgery without complaint.
  Not once did Gupta or Cooper want accolades for all the work they continue to do in Haiti but they will be the first to tell you how humbled they are to work with all of the caring volunteers who continue to try and help the Haitians. Gupta set up emergency medical care and surgeries minutes after he surveyed the devastation and need for care.
  That Lying Miscavige can kiss my ass.

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Dec 10 10 9:45 PM

Carrie Fisher Tells John Travolta It's OK to Be Gay

Carrie Fisher Tells John Travolta It's OK to Be GayActress Carrie Fisher was asked about her old friend John Travolta in a recent interview. The former Princess Leia tells the Advocate that she thinks the male spa frequenter can come out of the closet now, because no one cares.
The gay mag asked Fisher what she thinks about the recent stories about Travolta's less-than-straight sex life. Her response:
Wow! I mean, my feeling about John has always been that we know [he's gay] and we don't care. Look, I'm sorry that he's uncomfortable with it, and that's all I can say. It only draws more attention to it when you make that kind of legal fuss.
There you have it, John. May the fierce—I mean force be with you.

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Dec 14 10 7:29 AM

I guess this is now PROOF Will and Jada are indeed Scientologist...


Monday, December 13th 2010

From The L. Ron Hubbard School Of Discipline

Willow Smith doesn't know MATHS since she's too busy whippin' her weave to the top of the pop throne, and apparently she doesn't know what rules are either. Jada Pinkett Smith tells Style Magazine (via Showbiz Spy) that she and Will don't believe in telling their chirruns what to do and they work together to guide Willow and Jaden through life. And now Xenu's barley-laced dream of taking over the world with an army of spoiled Suri Cruises is one step closer to becoming a reality.
Jada explains, “We don’t have rules. We come up with agreements. Kids are little people, and we’re in life to guide them. Trying to rule someone is always an illusion, and it’s no different with children."
SANTO DIOS! My abuelita just did a slow wall slide while clutching her "weekday" plastic rosary. That is crazy talk to her. In my abuelita's house, there was one agreement: Do whatever the hell she says or don't cry when you're spitting up the bottom of her chankla for months.
But Jada says that even though they don't have rules, Willow is not stomping all over her in high-heels she borrowed from Suri's shoe closet. Jada talked about the time Willow went against her wishes by setting up a MySpace page, “I told her not to, so I was so mad. I said, ‘What do you think I should do now?’ So Willow said, ‘Mom, take my computer away’. And I said, ‘How long for?’. She said a month. So it’s negotiations. I’m not saying it’s always perfect. I have my bloops and my blunders. But I’m doing my best.
And then two seconds after Willow handed over her MacBook Air, she picked up one of her iPhones and set up a Facebook page as Suri applauded.
And on the other side of the extreme coin, an abuelita wouldn't have taken away her laptop. No, an abuelita would've taken away the feeling in her hands. Good luck trying to reactive your MySpace page with your tongue.

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Katie Holmes is Addicted to E-Meters

January 20th, 2011 // 84 Comments Katie Holmes
It’s always the children who suffer the most…
Sometimes there’s a story I know is completely bullshit – And even worse, comes from Star, so there’s no possible way it could be based in reality. – but I post it anyway in the hopes it will become true and make the world exactly as I envision it in my head. This is one of those times. Via Gossip Cop:
According to the weekly, Holmes is addicted to a Scientology treatment that has “an effect similar to heroin!”
The tabloid goes on to relate that Scientologists use a device called an “e-meter,” which “emits a low-level electric charge that goes to the brain.” And while Star acknowledges that the FDA says the device “serves no medical purpose,” the magazine still equates it with illegal drugs because the tab claims it “gives subjects a temporary feeling of euphoria, followed by a crash and a craving for more.”
Star then tenuously explains that the “e-meter” may “spark an endorphin release,” and when that occurs it’s the “same thing as taking morphine or other opiates, such as heroin or opium.”
If Katie Holmes isn’t walking around an empty mansion zapping herself into a happy place where Tom Cruise’s beta-rays can’t reach her, then I don’t know how else you explain these pictures. Besides actual drugs and a systematic regime of psychological abuse engineered to induce a perpetual state of submission. That’s what they want you to think.
Photos: Flynet, Splash News

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