This post is placed here as a landing spot for those who have just recently left the Church of Scientology. It contains vital data to help you through the transition to life as an independent person with personal and family goals as opposed to organizational goals.
As an independent Scientologist, you will be exposed to new data on Ron’s life and career, the development of the technology, and an intimate history of the Church that you have never seen before.
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Daily Zits comic strips can be found up http://www.seattlepi.com/comics-and-games/fun/Zits/
This comic was gotten there and used to parody the “church” of Scientology Inc by Plain Old Thetan.
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December 30, I posted my list of prediction for the “church” of Scientology Inc for the year 2014.
As you can see from that post, my prediction for an independent Scientology delivery org in Africa came to pass on January 3.
Of course, Kirstie Alley has continued to exhibit aberrated sub-I.Q. behavior when talking about Leah Remini. That one was a gimme.
And just a few days ago, my prediction that “cable station A&E will begin pre-production on a new reality series called “Escaping Scientology” came pretty close to hitting the mark when Tony Ortega announced that The History Channel 2 (H2) has announced it is devoting the March 29 episode of its series America’s Book of Secrets to Scientology Inc’s secrecies.
TLC has done entire series on life inside religious bubbles with such series as Breaking the Faith which focused on young people escaping the FLDS, and Breaking Amish which focuses on Anabaptist young people leaving their difficulties and decision-making process centering about whether they’ll return to their religious communities.
It still seems to me that TLC or A&E has a shot at a multipart series focusing on young people wanting to leave Scientology, especially the Sea Org.
If they don’t hurry, the “church” of Scientology Inc will fold, leaving them nothing to do a series about.
Anyway, Tony did the right thing by keeping the news under wraps until H2 started running promos about it.
We bitter defrocked apostates hammering away on our keyboards on the fringes of the internet — who know how internet works — know that letting a story like this leak just gives the “church” lead-time to mobilize attorneys against publishers and producers.
So we’ve got to keep the news quiet until the outlets themselves have committed to publication/exhibition by announcing it themselves.
— written by Plain Old Thetan
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NBC launches its new series Believe on Monday March 10.
Believe is about an unlikely relationship between a gifted young girl and a man sprung from prison who has been tasked with protecting her from the evil elements that hunt her power.
The “gifts” the young girl has are paranormal in nature, which is to say, she can move objects with telekinesis, and exhibit precognition and mind-reading and ESP.
Some preview clips of the series are here.
One of the mover-shakers behind Believe is JJ Abrams of the new Star Trek films. He’s also been selected for directing the continuing films in the Star Wars saga.
Sunday night on ABC is the premiere of Resurrection, which deals with the difficulties the living undergo when they find their departed relatives have picked up new bodies.
Both of these series deal with things very near and dear to the interests of Scientologists. So, if Scientologists are paying attention they’ll set their DVRs to pick up the initial episodes, and then decide if they want to continue watching the series.
Even more important is the fact that there are a non-trivial number of non-Scientologists interested in these subjects. And the JJ Abrams connection is sure to attract science-fiction fans.
So these shows would be ideal for running Scientology Inc dissemination ads. And not just once, but dozens of times.
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