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Queen Leah Remini talks Scientology on Late Night with Seth Meyers

If you haven’t been watching ‘Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath’ (which is now Emmy nominated) on A&E you have some catching up to do. Former Scientologist, Leah Remini, has been speaking against Scientology and educating us on how its a brainwashing cult. 56 more words

Celebrities

ES MAGAZINE: Is Scientology, the world's most controversial religion, having a second coming?

ES Magazine

In the days following the Grenfell Tower fire, when its blackened shell first stood out like a rebuke to the London sky, many victims took refuge at the Westway Sports Centre. 1,507 more words

How One Man Fooled the World: Scientology's Delusional LRH 

Picture this: California. 1947.

A man is struggling, unable to cope in the world & losing his grip on reality. Lost, confused, he struggled with his demons. 680 more words

Personal Freedom

Cosmic Co-Dependency (John de Ruiter's Messiah Complex pt 11)

Creating Dependency (A College without Graduates)

“I don’t think John’s stories necessarily all add up. I think he just makes it up as he goes along. 5,848 more words

John De Ruiter

Leah Remini's Scientology Show Season 2 Premiere Time & Channel

Tonight, Leah Remini premieres the second season of her docu-series Leah Remini: Scientology And the Aftermath, which features stories and claims made by former members of the Church of Scientology as well as former executives. 240 more words

Entertainment

Leah Remini Questions Elisabeth Moss’ Continued Support Of Scientology

Source: Huffington Post

She isn’t allowed to talk to me.”

By Cavan Sieczkowski

Leah Remini is continuing her crusade against the Church of Scientology and its alleged abuses, and has some words for those who continue to support it ― namely actress  187 more words

The Muslim Times

Peter the apostle walks into a bar...

Most rationale people look at something like Scientology and see it as being a cult. However, those same people might look at Mormonism or Catholicism and view them as completely legitimate ways of life. 125 more words