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Dec 14, 2007
Cult Watch — TES Magazine
Type: Press
Author(s): Lynne Wallis
Source: TES Magazine
Their targets used to be university students, but today fringe religious groups are believed to be recruiting school-aged children. Lynne Wallis reports. If one of your pupils became distant, distracted and antisocial, your first thought might be that they were experimenting with drink or drugs. But religious cults pose another danger to young people, and one from which it can be equally difficult to extricate them. Although the notion of children being lured into fringe religious organisations might seem far-fetched, it ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 23, 2007
Madman or messiah? — Independent.ie
Type: Press
Author(s): Carol Tobin
Source: Independent.ie
She was open-minded enough about Scientology, if a bit dubious about some aspects of the life of its founder L. Ron Hubbard. Imagine Carol Tobin's surprise, then, when her hopes of a private jet and a Hollywood career with Tom Cruise were dashed as its adherents appeared to reject her Is it just cynical old me or is Scientology a load of old cobblers or, as we would say here in Ringsend, a load of bullshit? Oh, I can hear the ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 11, 2007
I Escaped Scientology — Orato
More: orato.com
Type: Account
Author(s): John Duignan
Source: Orato
There are moments in life, coincidences, which have the potential to utterly change the direction and meaning of your existence. Of these I have had several; they have all marked me in various ways, but none more so than that fateful late afternoon in Stuttgart, Germany, when an attractive and rather aggressive young woman blocked my path and accosted me with the interrogative; "Do you have a good memory"? This story aims to serve a dual function: Enlighten those who may ...
Sep 11, 2007
Xenu Goes Uptown // Scientology Makes a Major Move into Harlem. But why? — Village Voice
Type: Press
Author(s): Chloe Hilliard
Source: Village Voice
Recently, the Church of Scientology announced that it was purchasing three buildings on East 125th Street for an estimated $10 million. Since 2003, the controversial religion had been running a mostly overlooked storefront on Third Avenue between 122nd and 123rd streets, but the new expansion marks a major move into Harlem. The buildings will be fully renovated and turned into not only a church, but a community center with the usual Scientology programs: job training, literacy and drug rehab. Media reports ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 9, 2007
Friends, thetans, countrymen — Daily Telegraph (UK)
Aug 29, 2007
The Invasion Begins: Scientology's Plan To Conquer Cleveland — Cleveland Free Times
Type: Press
Author(s): James Renner
Source: Cleveland Free Times
The optometrist wants to hear about my most painful memories. This is an auditing session, an important component of a religion called Scientology. The optometrist is the auditor. His name is Steve Sasala. He is skinny. And tall. His face is long and narrow. I can make out the shape of his skull. We sit across from each other, on opposite sides of a tiny desk inside a claustrophobic room at the back of some historic building in Parma Heights. The ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Aug 23, 2007
Xenu is Loose! The Musical! — The Herald
Type: Press
Author(s): Carmody Wilson
Source: The Herald
[...] Xenu is Loose! The Musical! follows the plight of Jen, a not-quite-convert to Scientology as she is charmed and seduced by a handsome member of the church during her initial tour. Meanwhile, Xenu has escaped from his native planet and has murder in mind. The characters at the church are good at the smooth, reassuring Scientology-speak, and Xenu is great fun as the preening, speechifying, killing machine, but there are plenty of missed opportunities here for some great satire. More ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Aug 17, 2007
A bridge too far — Haaretz
Type: Press
Author(s): Aviva Lori
Source: Haaretz
Hollywood, Tel Aviv is right behind you: Artists, businesspeople and middle-class seekers are filling the classrooms of local Scientology centers, hoping to rid themselves of excess spiritual baggage. Opera singer Gaby Sade used to have a very short fuse. If someone cut him off, he was capable of getting out of the car and giving the offending driver more than a piece of his mind. If if did not come to blows, he would at least tell him, in choice language, ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Aug 14, 2007
Brainwash summer camp — Ynet
Type: Press
Author(s): Bat-Hen Epstein Elias
Source: Ynet
They run summer camps for children and teach them all about love, modesty, and safe sex. They even hand out awards. Yet, it turns out that behind the volunteers of the Association for Prosperity and Security in the Middle East stands the disputed Scientology sect. Association members insist they are not missionaries. 'Our aim is to teach values,' they say. The surprised parents are not convinced. 'How come they run such activities without even asking us?' "Don’t be promiscuous. Sex is ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Aug 1, 2007
Never Mind the Mollusks - Spiritual Philly should welcome the Scientologists. — Philadelphia Weekly
Type: Press
Author(s): Steven Wells
Source: Philadelphia Weekly
Oh God. Sinister cultists the Scientologists are buying a new headquarters in Philadelphia on which (it being "a place of worship") they'll pay no taxes. The bastards. Soon they'll be out in the street–nicely dressed, glassy-eyed and grinning–conning innocent Philadelphians into taking a "free" personality test in an attempt to lure them into a hell world of unimaginably banal fourth-rate sci-fi gobbledeygook. Here are just some of the crazy mental-in-the-head, batshit insane things Scientologists believe: All humans contain an ancient space ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jul 24, 2007
For Xenu's sake, hear your kooky co-worker out — Globe and Mail (Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): David Eddie
Source: Globe and Mail (Canada)
The question I've just discovered that someone I work with is a Scientologist. It's not something I've ever heard him talk about, but I asked him about it and he said yes, he was. He's pretty high in the organization, too, an “operating thetan,” whatever that is. I actually like the guy, but I can't help it: Ever since I found out about his beliefs, it's coloured the way I look at him. It just seems like such a kooky group. ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jul 14, 2007
Religious mind games — The Australian
Jul 11, 2007
Scientology the cult of disbelief — Daily Telegraph (Australia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Michelle Cazzulino
Source: Daily Telegraph (Australia)
ARTHUR and Lawana Beals knew their son Gary was in trouble. He had been tormented for years by voices in his head but he had always shunned their advice to seek psychiatric care. On March 15, 1989, the 32-year-old broke. Grabbing a butcher knife, he stabbed Lawana before turning the knife on Arthur. Bleeding from her injuries, Mrs Beals tried to defend her husband before fleeing the house and calling police. Arthur Beals was dead by the time authorities arrived. Three ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
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