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Review: Beyond Belief

In Scientology, there was no god, no praying, no heaven, no hell — none of the things that people generally associate with religion.  It was a philosophy and a self-help program that promised greater self-awareness and the possibility of achieving one’s full potential.

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By Poet Ren

This is my personal book review on Ron Miscavige’s book ‘Ruthless’.

It takes courage to tell the world your once promising child grew up and became an icicle-hearted, psychopathic monstrosity. 548 more words

Milestone Two

The Factors (2)


  1. But there are other viewpoints and these viewpoints outthrust points to view. And there comes about an interchange amongst viewpoints; but the interchange is never otherwise than in terms of exchanging dimension points.
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Reconnecting the Disconnected and Declared—Tuesday Afternoon

This is Photojournalist Fred G. Haseney with his eye on scientology. For this blog, I’ve wandered from the Pacific Area Command Base (“PAC Base” or “Big Blue”), the so-called “church” of scientology’s West Coast headquarters, in Los Angeles. 231 more words

Lawsuit: Nevada Worker Fired for Not Accepting Scientology

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Catholic woman is suing a bottled water company led by a Nevada lawmaker after saying she was pressured to watch videos about Scientology and fired over her religious beliefs. 119 more words


Scene 7: Los Angeles


Amory and Riley sat quietly in the backseat as the rusted yellow station wagon pulled to the curb and the brakes screeched to a halt. 777 more words


Law of Trump Attraction

The Law of Attraction. The Four Agreements. Scientology. What do these three cults have in common? Apparently the means to brainwash middle-aged white men into believing they offer the keys to the kingdom of success with a couple of sports cars and strippers thrown in. 612 more words