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Scientology is based on secrets. Secrets which you have to pay for...those "devout" in the "church" work, eat, sleep and breathe scientology. The compounds around Clearwater are topped with barbbed wire and this is a safe city.
Like I said, I live in Clearwater so I have many friends who work with or are related to a scientologist. I`ve heard many stories from first hand accounts. Compounds in the southwestern United States that are militia training grounds. No joke kids. These same people who tell me the stories are scared too. They don`t let you out with proper payment and a nondisclosure statement!
What "religion" that you know does this????<
Born in Tilden, Nebraska on March 10, 1911
From 1930 to 1932 he attended George Washington University in Washington, D.C
In 1950 he published DIANETICS: THE MODERN SCIENCE OF MENTAL HEALTH
Reclusive death in Creston, California on January 24, 1986.Above are facts about L.R.H.Below is what Scientologist think
He was trained as a nuclear physicist.
At the age of six, he is honored with the status of blood brother of the Blackfeet in a ceremony that is still recalled by tribal elders.
He was the youngest Eagle Scout in the history of the Boy Scouts.
His family owned a ranch 1/3 the size of Montana.
He has published some fourteen movies.
All these statements do not stand up to fact checking.
I`m sorry but any "church" where you have to spend between $300,000-$500,000 to attain "purity" and become and "opertating theatan" (level 7) is a scam of a paranoid drug addict.
Just my $.02
Weird stuff. Most Scientologists don’t know about it and are trained in the idea that finding out about it too soon will kill them. So just leave that entirely alone. It may freak you out and you may want to share it, but they will think it is a personal attack.
Don’t tell them Hubbard was a con-man and a fraud and a bigamist and that almost nothing he said about himself was true. A Scientologist can’t believe that because he has been told that such statements are all lies. That the documents that show these things are fabrications by a shadowy conspiracy to destroy L. Ron Hubbard and Scientology.
You’re in a he-said she-said situation. In fact, without careful research you might be presenting false information that the church has put on the ‘net just so they can show their members how false it all is. So a Scientologist will be sure you are now a tool of the conspiracy, out to destroy Scientology. And they will not
It doesn`t matter what Sci-Kook you ask (though I doubt you asked any in the 74 minutes between your two posts) they will all give you different answers. Why? Simple- Scientology is all made up. And as Sci-Kooks gain higher levels and ranks (by spending money on the "church"), they learn new "secrets". Ex. If you ask a Sci-Kook who has spent X amount of $ he may tell you that there is a god/God, but a Sci-Kook who has spent Y amount of $ will tell you that he has learned that there is not.
BTW- that example is true. The "church" will tell you the Scientology can exist with Christianity and Buddhism and such, but eventually you will learn that there is no god/God. So I wouldn`t put it past a "church" like that to tell you that you evolved from clams.
Spoof video that supposedly teaches about Scientology.