Introuduction

Hello , I am an ex Scientologist , this blog is primarily about that but I may address other topics as the mood hits me to . I was in Scientology for 25 years and spent about 10,000 hours using the indoctrination and thought reform method "study tech " . I also spent time on staff and met hundreds of Scientologists and did hundreds of the cult practices . Many were the "ethics cycles and OW writeups " that really are an attempt to suppress or remove a person's identity and replace it with a mental pseudo clone of Ron Hubbard . To make a fanatical slave for the cult .

I looked outside the cult for answers in about January 2014 and left the cult in about March of 2014 . While in about 99% of members have no idea of the truth .

We are told we are in a mental therapy or spiritual enhancement or religion or science for helping people unlock potential . Or any of several other fronts that all pretend kind and humanitarian goals .

The truth is Scientology is a terrorist mind control cult and this blog is my attempt to understand and expose that . And try to state as clearly as possible the tools that I have found helpful in dealing with this .

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Message To Nation Of Islam Members About Scientology

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 Message to Nation of Islam Members About Scientology

From Ask the Scientologist
This post is applicable to anyone who is looking into Dianetics or Scientology.
You are being asked to participate in Dianetics/Scientology services from the Church of Scientology.
That’s fine, nothing wrong with that if that’s your choice.
But you need to be very, very careful.  You are being asked to believe quite a number of things without proof, and there is no reason for you to accept this situation.  You should ask for, and should receive, valid proof before you give the Church of Scientology any of your money.
You may have read Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health.  You may have read or heard about L. Ron Hubbard’s description of “Clear”:
A clear, for instance, has complete recall of everything which has ever happened to him or anything he has ever studied. He does mental computations, such as those of chess, for example, which a normal would do in a half an hour, in ten or fifteen seconds. He does not think “vocally” but spontaneously. There are no demon circuits in his mind except those which it might amuse him to set up — and break down again — to care for various approaches to living. He is entirely self-determined. And his creative imagination is high. He can do a swift study of anything within his intellectual capacity, which is inherent, and the study would be the equivalent to him of a year or two of training when he was “normal.” His vigor, persistence and tenacity to life are very much higher than anyone has thought possible.
L. Ron Hubbard
Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health
And you might think that this definition of “Clear” is what the Church of Scientology is promising when they say they are “producing Clears”.
Nothing could be farther from the truth.
I urge you to check it out for yourself.  Ask to talk to one of these Church of Scientology “Clears”.  Find out what their “complete recall of everything which has ever happened to him or anything he has ever studied” is like in reality.  Can they tell you the name of their second grade teacher?  Can they quote, verbatim, from a book they read last year?
Can this “Clear” do “mental computations, such as those of chess, for example, which a normal would do in a half an hour, in ten or fifteen seconds”?
Check it out for yourself before you give the Church of Scientology any of your hard-earned money.
If you look, I am sure you will find what many ex-Scientologists already know, that not one Church of Scientology “Clear” has the abilities and powers that L. Ron Hubbard promised.  In fact, you will discover that Scientology “Clears” have no special abilities or powers at all.
Look for yourself.
If you participate in any Church of Scientology “auditing” you may experience, as many have, a temporary feeling of euphoria at the end of the session.  No one knows why this happens, but it is always and onlytemporary and does not indicate any permanent “gains”.
Check it out for yourself.  Talk to “Clears” and “OTs”.  Don’t ask them about Scientology, because they will just give you the standard sales spiel.  Ask them what they do for a living.   Are they “industry leaders”?  Are they successful?  Are they still allowed to talk with their family?  Ask them difficult questions.  Press them to answer instead of evade.
Go to the Internet and search for “Scientology”.  No legitimate organization would forbid such an investigation.  The Church of Scientology will tell you that “everything you read on the Internet is a lie” but they will never, ever provide any proof of that.  They want you to trust them on this, but they don’t trust you to make up your own mind.  The Church of Scientology will tell you there is a Great Anti-Scientology Conspiracy but they will never provide any proof of that either.
In fact, if you want to really upset a Scientologist, ask for proof of anything they claim — they won’t have any proof at all, but they will get very upset when you ask.  If that doesn’t ring any alarm bells for you, then nothing will.
I am not saying that Scientology does nothing.  For some people, it certainly may help — but it never, ever delivers on any of its big, miraculous promises.
Do what you want, believe what you want, but look for yourself and getactual proof before you give the Church of Scientology any of your money.
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Why Doesn’t Scientology Publish Good News About Itself?

Here is a question for Church of Scientology members:  Why doesn’t thechurch publish good news about itself?
If you are a True Believer and a member of the Church of Scientology, you will, of course, believe in the Great Anti-Scientology Conspiracy.  And this Conspiracy explains why everyone else doesn’t publish good news about the church…
But why doesn’t the Church of Scientology publish its own “Good News” for the world to admire?
You go to David Miscavige’s Big Events, and you hear about the church’s “solutions” around the world, and you hear about the church’s “expansion” and you stand and applaud, but none of these things appear outside of the church.  The Big Event DVDs are kept under strict lock and key, and the penalties for leaking any of this information are very severe.  No one but Scientologists must see these events, and even they must not record any part of it or take any notes.
Why is every bit of the Church of Scientology’s “good news” secret?  Why doesn’t this “news” get released and reported?  Not only do major media not report anything and not only are all other news outlets silent about this “news” but the Church of Scientology itself doesn’t even report it via press releases.
Don’t you find that quite odd?
We know the Church of Scientology understands press releases because youwill see their press releases appear now and then — but those only contain anecdotal stories about individual Scientologists’ personal opinions and personal experiences.
Never news.  Never facts.  (But you are not supposed to notice that.)
And Scientologists need to be asking why.  Why doesn’t the church issue press releases about all its “good news”?  If there is all that good news, why doesn’t the church tell the world?
The answer is quite obvious and quite simple.  The Chuch of Scientololgyonly issues stories about personal opinions and personal experiences because no one can fact-check those.
The church knows, from past experience, that if they publish any of the claims from Miscavige’s Big Events, people around the world will fact-check everything, and every single lie the church tells will be exposed.
This is not some idle fear, it has happened time and time again: One of Miscavige’s “amazing” claims gets leaked and people around the world visit the locations and contact the people involved — and inevitably find Miscavige has lied.  Again.
And so, knowing that everything he claims will be fact-checked, David Miscavige keeps his events very secret and the church makes no claims at all in any of their press releases.  They know that nothing they claim will withstand careful investigation.
Everything Miscavige claims is a lie.  The proof is in the Church of Scientology’s complete silence.
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