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International Post OT III Day! [Dec. 6th, 2008|09:49 am]
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The following is the sacred document in Scientology known as OTIII. Scientologists deny it exists as part of their Operating Thetan literature. It was written by L. Ron Hubbard in 1967. Hubbard wrote that if you read this document before you have achieved a level of scholarship, you will get pneumonia and die. The cost to get to that level: $360,000.

“The head of the Galactic Confederation (76 planets around larger stars visible from here) (founded 95,000,000 yrs ago, very space opera) solved overpopulation (250 billion or so per planet -- 178 billion on average) by mass implanting. He caused people to be brought to Teegeeack (Earth) and put an H Bomb on the principal volcanoes (Incident 2) and then the Pacific area ones were taken in boxes to Hawaii and the Atlantic Area ones to Las Palmas and there "packaged." His name was Xenu. He used renegades. Various misleading data by means of circuits etc. was placed in the implants. When through with his crime (R/)Loyal Officers (to the people) captured him after 6 years of battle and put him in an electronic mountain trap where he still is. "They" are gone. The place (Confed.)has since been a desert.” - Hubbard

See it in his original handwriting at xenu.net. Learn more about the fight against the criminal cult of Scientology on whyweprotest.net. Make a different by copy-pasting this and posting it somewhere else as part of International Post OTIII Day and in honor of Lisa McPherson, who died on Dec 5 1995 after being starved to death by Scientologists.


See you on the 13th.

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Disney vs. Scientology [Sep. 15th, 2008|05:59 pm]
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[Current Location |94306]
[mood |blankblank]
[music |Raising the Bar]

10:55 PM 9/8/08 · Up till just this one time I'd never watched Lewis Black's Root of All Evil before. Almost turned it off till I saw that they were arguing "Disney vs. Scientology" and then I couldn't turn away. Sadly, the entire thing didn't make it to the site but I got enough of it here to suit my purposes.

under here are the opening arguments for both partiesCollapse )

Just out of curiosity, between Disney or Scientology...which do you think is the greater evil?
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Disney vs. Scientology [Jul. 8th, 2008|06:16 pm]
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Tune into the new season of Lewis Black's Root of All Evil, on Comedy Central, starting Wednesday July 30.

I don't know the specific date when this show is going to air, but only last week I was at a taping of ROAE & watched them do Disney vs. Scientology. It was great. They did more than the Xenu story, though not as much as I'd hoped. But enough to sell the audience (which was almost evenly split) on it's evilness. I was disappointed with the scripted outcome, but you know, the litigious nature of Co$ was enough to keep them from doing it at all last season, so I'm really just happy it got made.


x-posted to xenu_rocks
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(no subject) [Jan. 25th, 2007|02:56 pm]
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New York Post


January 25, 2007
-- SET your phasers on "stunned" - Katie Holmes looks like she's advancing on her Scientology journey to the Death Star of Fashion. Squired by her Thetan Cruise missile, the young mother has taken to wearing space-age outfits with high, pleated collars. At the recent opening of the Armani store in Paris, her Giorgio Armani Prive suit looked like it was on loan from Connie Conehead - who was, after all, from France.

And the similarly high-collared Prive top she sported to her Roman nuptial celebri-brations looked like it was on loan from Jane Jetson. Ruh-roh!

But could it all be part of a heretofore unknown Dianetics trophy-wife dress code? At the same wedding, Posh Beckham turned up wearing what could have been a miniature of Xenu's spaceship on her head.

We're looking forward to Katie's next outing, where she'll unveil a fur coat ... made from tribbles!

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Mission: Inexplicable [Jan. 23rd, 2007|02:12 pm]
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Cruise 'is Christ' of Scientology

US Editor

January 23, 2007
TOM Cruise is the new “Christ” of Scientology, according to leaders of the cult-like religion.

The Mission: Impossible star has been told he has been “chosen” to spread the word of his faith throughout the world.

And leader David Miscavige believes that in future, Cruise, 44, will be worshipped like Jesus for his work to raise awareness of the religion.

A source close to the actor, who has risen to one of the church’s top levels, said: “Tom has been told he is Scientology’s Christ-like figure.

“Like Christ, he’s been criticised for his views. But future generations will realise he was right.”

Cruise joined the Church of Scientology in the ’80s. Leader L Ron Hubbard claimed humans bear traces of an ancient alien civilisation.

Actually, for this to make any sense at all, shouldn't Tom Cruise be the Saint Paul of Scientology? Last I heard, Christ was the source of the religion, not just its biggest PR flack.

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unsurprising headline of the day [Jan. 20th, 2007|07:20 am]
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Exhibit on Scientology concerns psychiatrists

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there are cheaper ways to do it [Dec. 1st, 2006|06:21 pm]
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[music |Shins, "New Slang"]

JLo finding a new draw in Scientology!

Asian News International

Washington, November 30, 2006

The Maid in Manhattan star Jennifer Lopez is reportedly thinking of using Scientology's doctrines to help her get pregnant.

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(no subject) [Oct. 18th, 2006|03:08 pm]
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The Post Chronicle™

Bad News If You Began Practicing Scientology to Quit Smoking
By Jerry Staton
Oct 18, 2006

The practice of Scientology may soon join cigarettes and artificial sweeteners on the ever–growing list of things that the government considers hazardous to your health:

(Phoenix, AZ--11 October 2006) A citizen petition currently before the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (Docket No. 2006P-0390), if approved, would result in a redesign of Scientology's "packaging" to include a label warning practitioners of the proven hazard that the practice of Scientology poses to their physical, mental, and financial health.

The petition requests that the following caveat should be made visible in relation to anything related to or encouraging the practice of Scientology...

The Church of Scientology's practice of auditing has been determined to constitute a form of coercive persuasion.  Persons subjected to coercive persuasion without their knowledge or consent may sustain irreparable physical and psychological injury up to and including schizophrenia, self-mutilation, and suicide"

Experts have long maintained that Scientology's practice of "auditing" is nothing more than authoritarian hypnosis with biofeedback provided by a galvanometer.

Numerous courts of law have determined that "auditing," within the context of Scientology, constitutes coercive persuasion, which can cause individuals subjected to it without their knowledge or consent to develop serious physical and psychological disorders up to and including schizophrenia, self-mutilation, and suicide.

The petition is open for public comment at the FDA website until 03/19/2007, and can be read in its entirety at the Wet Paint website

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The Scandal of Scientology [Oct. 7th, 2006|03:49 pm]
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I especially like this bit in Chapter 13...

"One famous, in fact infamous person interested in Scientology that they do not boast about, talk about, or probably even want is Charles Manson, the convicted murderer of Sharon Tate and her friends. The New York Times stated that Manson first got interested in Scientology while he was incarcerated in the McNeil Island Penitentiary in Washington (Scientology has programs for prisons)."
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(no subject) [Aug. 26th, 2006|10:49 pm]
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Newsmakers | Cruise camp: Sorry about Shields

By Tirdad Derakhshani
Inquirer Staff Writer

The Tom Cruise publicity machine is a'rolling - sending out a missionary to deliver an actual, though indirect, pseudo-apology. This, in the wake of the breakup with his monster bride, Paramount Pictures, which has accused him of acting like a one-man freak show since he brought Katie Holmes under his circus big top.

War of the Worlds coproducer Kathleen Kennedy tells the New York Daily News that Scientology's impossible missionary is afflicted with regret for berating Brooke Shields last year for using psych meds to treat postpartum depression. Cruise's religion holds that psych meds are ungood.

More Cruise views

• So, did Sumner Redstone, boss of bosses at Paramount-owner Viacom, decide to dump the Cocktail star because his better half got icked-out by him? Citing an anonymous insider, the New York Post says the boss' wife, Paula Fortunato, was so disgusted by Tom's Brooke Shields drive-by that she vowed never again to expose her eyes to a Cruise flick. A Viacom rep said Lady Viacom "disagrees with Tom Cruise's views," but she and hubby "see every Paramount film."

The Scientology angle

• The Post continues with the gossip equivalent of reading John le Carré on acid: It seems that on June 13, 2003, Cruise had a sit-down with then-Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage.

Why? Well, Cruise came with Tom Davis, head of the L.A. Celebrity Center for Scientology, and the church's P.R. veep, Kurt Weiland. The speculation? Certain foreign nations, including Germany, do not recognize Scientology as a religion. (Must we invade them now, too?)

Defending Tom

• I thought Collateral was a really good watch
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