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Karen#1
4th December 2011, 05:19 AM
Shaken with the speed of these IAS videos and bloviating posted on the Internet,
the videos of these over-the moon IAS events are in LOCKDOWN !

More security than CIA stamped "SUPER SECRET" documents !


http://i1211.photobucket.com/albums/cc435/karendelac/2011mv1_50xcoursecomp_-300x194-2.jpg

The new Ideal Orgs are BOOMING ![/SIZE][/COLOR][/B]

Karen#1
4th December 2011, 05:22 AM
Ummmmmmmmm........do these CROWDs appear photo shoooped ?

http://i1211.photobucket.com/albums/cc435/karendelac/2011mv1_newdngroups_.jpg

Opter
4th December 2011, 05:25 AM
Which Ideal org is booming?:confused2:

I"d to see the real stats.:omg:


Opter

Karen#1
4th December 2011, 05:25 AM
WOW !

Look at that figure ! It humbles one to let one's eyes behold such

http://i1211.photobucket.com/albums/cc435/karendelac/ias2011_studentshelped-300x208-1.jpg

Karen#1
4th December 2011, 05:27 AM
EVERY 12 MINUTES !


http://i1211.photobucket.com/albums/cc435/karendelac/2011mv1_extcrscomps_.jpg

lotus
4th December 2011, 05:32 AM
:laugh:

It's so retarded!

One can google Maureen Bolstad on you tube.
She did talk about the statistical figures
and how she was ORDERED to ''fill'' the frame with such false figure to impress people.

HelluvaHoax!
4th December 2011, 12:35 PM
WOW !

Look at that figure ! It humbles one to let one's eyes behold such

http://i1211.photobucket.com/albums/cc435/karendelac/ias2011_studentshelped-300x208-1.jpg


How come a church's media presentation looks suspiciously like any of the combat video games like Transformers, Gods of War or other futuristic children's games?


http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-jJCN0vbVUAY/Tn2AVf0PaUI/AAAAAAAABJs/cnXGyg1iS4k/s1600/Download%20Games%20Transformers%20The%20Game%20For %20Free%20gratis.jpg

The Scientologists have been dumbed down all the way to the point where they are wildly cheering meaningless glitzy graphics being flashed on a screen, like any six year old would love.


http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_2lD0jI8D_J4/TG_c1llj_NI/AAAAAAAABzc/rDX5qxz1pf4/s1600/Grand%20Theft%20Auto%203.jpg

It's not a stretch to imagine Miscavige in one of his $25 million empty palaces, hiding behind soundproof doors as he screams and swears, playing some thuggish video game on a huge video screen. Hmmm, wonder what his game of choice would be? Maybe a custom made adaptation of the hugely profitable Grand Theft Auto, renamed.


GRAND THEFT AUTO-CRAT

HelluvaHoax!
4th December 2011, 12:48 PM
EVERY 12 MINUTES !


http://i1211.photobucket.com/albums/cc435/karendelac/2011mv1_extcrscomps_.jpg


One what every 12 minutes?

Perhaps, an inside joke by Miscavige and the clapping sycophant execs at Int, referring to one death every 12 minutes in the US resulting from no health insurance (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-geyman/a-death-every-12-minutes_b_291498.html).

Those elite Sea Org members who can't stay healthy are PTS anyways and insurance would be validating their down stats and making them worse, right Dave?

No funds available for health insurance for people working like slaves over 100 hours a week. But a million dollars breezily spent on a couple hour birthday party, a plush interior for an SUV or a cool motorcycle paint job for a billionaire actor.

A better definition of "One every 12 minutes" would be the length of time a jury would need to reach guilty verdicts for COB and each member of his senior management thugs.

Oh wait, did anyone think Miscavige is doing this all by himself?

Pooks
4th December 2011, 12:51 PM
Hi Karen,

Could you please talk to whoever has this leaked version and make sure it gets leaked to the internet. I'd like to watch the entire video. I'm sure there's all kinds of wonderful crazy shit we can laugh at.

La La Lou Lou
4th December 2011, 01:03 PM
Wow 24, 231, 678.00 students looked up words in dictionaries since ''wake up call''.

Isn't that impressive, (Yawn).

How come the wake up call didn't wake me up?

There is a possibility with these 'Ideal Orgs' that has been overlooked. Cruisy was upset by the tatty nature of Orgs and so his his buddy gets new buildings, well maybe in the same way he got a new set of public at the same time as the old ones were looking a bit grubby too, not so much grubby as harassed and hounded.

anonomog
4th December 2011, 01:12 PM
EVERY 12 MINUTES !


http://i1211.photobucket.com/albums/cc435/karendelac/2011mv1_extcrscomps_.jpg


Thanks for posting these Karen.

While the figures in the video screenshots are laughable, I nearly did myself an injury when I saw the 3 members of the audience. Pinhead, Cruise and Xenu?
:dieslaughing::dieslaughing::dieslaughing:

Gadfly
4th December 2011, 03:16 PM
WOW !

Look at that figure ! It humbles one to let one's eyes behold such

http://i1211.photobucket.com/albums/cc435/karendelac/ias2011_studentshelped-300x208-1.jpg

Is that a "real" Scientology promotion and statement?

I can't imagine - actually I CAN imagine - HOW they managed to come up with THAT number.

A CMO or RTC Misison probably erupted into some area and demanded that staff immediately begin a project to "really calculate how many people have benefited from Ron's Study Tech"!!!! :duh:

Scientology and its relationship to its stats is pretty much like everything else about Hubbard (especially his personal biography). They just MAKE IT UP! (aka "creative postulating")

Boojuum
4th December 2011, 03:37 PM
50X what? Really. What is now 50X what course completions ...when?

An extension course grad every 12 minutes...Hmmm 24X60= 1440 minutes in a day divided by 12 min / grad equals 120 grads a day or 7 X 120 = 840 grads a week.

REALLY? !! WHERE ARE THEY HIDING? No way.

Maybe the one every 12 minutes was for the 24 minutes prior to Thursday at 2 when there were 3 grads. Now it makes sense.

24 million students helped by student tech? Okay. I'd LOVE to see how that stat was arrived at.

These stats are piddly BS, yawn stats.

I'd LOVE to see the number of CLIV auditors fully interned stat or even supervisors completing an internship. WDAH? VSD? Major service comps?

The wonderful news to all of us exes, is that if the cos is bragging about 50X nothing, extension course grads, and "students helped by study tech" ... very little Scientology is being delivered.

HelluvaHoax!
4th December 2011, 05:57 PM
Thanks for posting these Karen.

While the figures in the video screenshots are laughable, I nearly did myself an injury when I saw the 3 members of the audience. Pinhead, Cruise and Xenu?
:dieslaughing::dieslaughing::dieslaughing:


OMG! I didn't see those Mystery Science Theater 3000 characters in the foreground until you just mentioned it. LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL! Freaking hilarious!



http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2342/1993682272_9cd572b37b.jpg

HelluvaHoax!
4th December 2011, 06:03 PM
Is that a "real" Scientology promotion and statement?

I can't imagine - actually I CAN imagine - HOW they managed to come up with THAT number.

A CMO or RTC Misison probably erupted into some area and demanded that staff immediately begin a project to "really calculate how many people have benefited from Ron's Study Tech"!!!! :duh:

Scientology and its relationship to its stats is pretty much like everything else about Hubbard (especially his personal biography). They just MAKE IT UP! (aka "creative postulating")


24,231,678???? I keep asking myself the same thing you asked.

Is this a hoax?

Jeez! I actually am wondering if Karen has thrown down some tasty parody or if Scientology has gone entirely stupid with making up numbers. I don't think it's her style, but it is STILL nearly impossible to believe that an international organization would be crazy enough to make up those crazy numbers.

I can't imagine any sensible adult sitting in the audience when that was flashed on the screen doing anything other than saying out-loud: "Are you f*king joking??!!"

Gadfly
4th December 2011, 06:19 PM
24,231,678???? I keep asking myself the same thing you asked.

Is this a hoax?

Jeez! I actually am wondering if Karen has thrown down some tasty parody or if Scientology has gone entirely stupid with making up numbers. I don't think it's her style, but it is STILL nearly impossible to believe that an international organization would be crazy enough to make up those crazy numbers.

I can't imagine any sensible adult sitting in the audience when that was flashed on the screen doing anything other than saying out-loud: "Are you f*king joking??!!"

Ah, but most Scientologists sitting in such an audience, at some INT-sponsored event, are NOT "sensible adults". They have long since abandoned all "sense", "reason" and "critical thinking skills" as part of accepting and adopting Hubbard's gosepl about all-that-is.

I actually thought that those images were parodies too! :duh:

But, sadly, such absurd statements and grandiose claims are part and parcel of Hubbard and Scientology. What is so amazingly scary is that seemingly intelligent people quietly accept and even enthusiastically CHEER such over-the-top fabrications.

I couldn't tolerate the lies and false advertising 25 years ago. From what I hear it is MUCH WORSE now. It is truly beyond me how supposedly "aware" people can continue to play along with such a farce. :confused2:

Captain Koolaid
4th December 2011, 06:35 PM
Using exact numbers for alleged tech breakthroughs is nothing new. Who hasn't seen the notorious Tom Cruise video which was made in 2004?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFBZ_uAbxS0

At 9:19 they provide the EXACT NUMBER of people introduced to LRH tech by tiny Tom: 1.037.361.227. And this is only the number of "people of Earth". This seems to imply that Mr. Cruise has been busy disseminating in other sectors of the galaxy as well. I'd love to know how many aliens he brought on board. :biggrin:

Mike Laws
4th December 2011, 07:09 PM
EVERY 12 MINUTES !


http://i1211.photobucket.com/albums/cc435/karendelac/2011mv1_extcrscomps_.jpg

LOL, this works out to 6 an hour and only 50 in an 8 hour period. If it is based on 8 hour days 5 days a week it is about 10,000 a year, if it is 24/7 is is about 50,000 a year, divided by the thousands of groups, it is one or two a moth per group. Considering Flag probably does many of these, it is quite pathetic really!

Thrak
4th December 2011, 09:23 PM
Is that a "real" Scientology promotion and statement?

I can't imagine - actually I CAN imagine - HOW they managed to come up with THAT number.

A CMO or RTC Misison probably erupted into some area and demanded that staff immediately begin a project to "really calculate how many people have benefited from Ron's Study Tech"!!!! :duh:

Scientology and its relationship to its stats is pretty much like everything else about Hubbard (especially his personal biography). They just MAKE IT UP! (aka "creative postulating")

Yeah seriously, I thought it was 24,231,677. Don't they check this stuff?

Karen#1
4th December 2011, 10:45 PM
Dear Pooks,

This is not an easy request. You may see the video only under tight escort.

Bodyguards to see a video !

There is also a requirement that the showing of the event is dependant on a gauntlet of Sea Org money-collectors predating cash for future Ideal Orgs. !

No one sees these graphs as QUACKERY !

http://i1211.photobucket.com/albums/cc435/karendelac/quackery.gif

Noticeably missing on the displayed graphs ::::


# of $$$$$$ extorted weekly from non Sea Org Orgs.
# of $$$$$$ successful Reg cycles in FREEWINDS
# of $$$$$$ suctioned out of visitors and parishioners at FLAG

and so on


How about an honest graph of

# of Sea Org and other staff who FLED in the last 365 days ?
# of Parishioners that asked for refund of donations ?
# of enforced disconnections splitting up families ?

But their huge rising vertical STATS::::

::::::DRUM ROLL::::

# of People DECLARED SP in the last year
# of new Enemies made
# of folk plotting the demise of this "Church"

olska
4th December 2011, 11:41 PM
Those are some of the most offensive and confusing graphics I've ever seen.

I can't imagine any REAL enterprise presenting their information like that -- what happened to a good old READABLE chart/graph, pie chart, bar graph, line graph, three colors, maybe four.

Could it be that because they are so offensive to the eye, the graphics used were intended to make people look away quickly rather than take in and then question the information?

Nah, couldn't be -- DM's not smart enough to do that intentionally; he's just juvenile enough in his mental development to think those graphics will be "impressive." Super fail.

Miss Pert
5th December 2011, 12:18 AM
Ah, but most Scientologists sitting in such an audience, at some INT-sponsored event, are NOT "sensible adults". They have long since abandoned all "sense", "reason" and "critical thinking skills" as part of accepting and adopting Hubbard's gosepl about all-that-is.

OR they could have been like me at most events and been unconscious from the boredom and not even seen the stats. :whistling:

On the 24 mil students helped, maybe they counted each individual word cleared (as well as each definition of the word), demo and clay demo done, as a student helped by study tech. :biggrin:

Jachs
5th December 2011, 12:40 AM
Those are some of the most offensive and confusing graphics I've ever seen.

I can't imagine any REAL enterprise presenting their information like that -- what happened to a good old READABLE chart/graph, pie chart, bar graph, line graph, three colors, maybe four.

Could it be that because they are so offensive to the eye, the graphics used were intended to make people look away quickly rather than take in and then question the information?

Nah, couldn't be -- DM's not smart enough to do that intentionally; he's just juvenile enough in his mental development to think those graphics will be "impressive." Super fail.

As long as the graph goes ka booM and shakes , that's what the hypnotized audience wants, and the guy who works his voice like a rollER COAster.

Karen#1
5th December 2011, 01:18 AM
24,231,678???? I keep asking myself the same thing you asked.

Is this a hoax?

Jeez! I actually am wondering if Karen has thrown down some tasty parody or if Scientology has gone entirely stupid with making up numbers. I don't think it's her style, but it is STILL nearly impossible to believe that an international organization would be crazy enough to make up those crazy numbers.

I can't imagine any sensible adult sitting in the audience when that was flashed on the screen doing anything other than saying out-loud: "Are you f*king joking??!!"

Dear HH,

Absolutely no shooping or HOAXING from me ! Gadfly and HH thought I might have *tampered* with the images ! Emphatically denied !:yes:

Note that these are displayed with THUNDEROUS sound EFFECTS. Mind numbing volcanic explosions, thunder, lightning, ear drum numbing neutron BOMBS of sound !

Sometimes the adjectives used are so unbelievable that it is natural to think someone is simply being sarcastic.....when it is TRUE.

EXAMPLE : After the Internet had literally HUNDREDS of postings of the atrocities of SP Hole, and 3 books had been on Amazon for 2 years.

Blown for Good by Marc Headely
Counterfeit Dreams by Jeff Hawkins
Abuse at the Top by Amy Scobee

detailing specifically the assault and batteries, the inhumane cleaning of feces ponds, the SLEEP DEPRIVATION......

The "CHURCH" called INT BASE ~~

A Worker's Paradise

When I first heard that, I thought it had to be SATIRE from Anonymous !

No, it was not. They actually called INT BASE "A worker's paradise" to counter CNN's "A History of Violence" series.
They posted a video on their site of manicured golf courses and beautiful
villas and cottages looking like Disneyland !

And so it is with Miscavige's INT events.

Hypnotic monotone phrase after phrase saying absolutely nothing, and the adoration of the standing ovations deafen the ear. The audience LOVE IT !

SAMPLE : Miscavige words:

“I am genuinely honored to join you on this day when Scientology comes of age in Seattle; not that you haven’t long maintained a presence in this town, not that you haven’t long ago sunk roots into this city, and not that you haven’t long carried the torch of this great Northwest, but only now is all the majesty and subtlety of booming this Church made manifest, because only now can we appreciate the deeper meaning of those campaign slogans which drove your new civilization builders to this moment: leading the way;  delivering the future; taking Seattle to greater heights, only now is it clear those weren’t slogans at all, they were a prophecy, so while we’ve long marveled at your unbridled creativity and elaborate events, the many parts you’ve played, the many stages you’ve trod, and the myriad costumes you’ve donned, only now is it obvious when you were told giving your best, you took it to mean the best of the best.”

THUNDEROUS STANDING OVATION, !
THEY CANNOT STOP CLAPPING !

Can you or I do that ?
Can anyone of say 164 words that mean absolutely NOTHING ?

Danny Sherman, speech writer for Miscavige, take a bow !

http://i1211.photobucket.com/albums/cc435/karendelac/dannysherman.jpg

HelluvaHoax!
5th December 2011, 01:24 AM
Using exact numbers for alleged tech breakthroughs is nothing new. Who hasn't seen the notorious Tom Cruise video which was made in 2004?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFBZ_uAbxS0

At 9:19 they provide the EXACT NUMBER of people introduced to LRH tech by tiny Tom: 1.037.361.227. And this is only the number of "people of Earth". This seems to imply that Mr. Cruise has been busy disseminating in other sectors of the galaxy as well. I'd love to know how many aliens he brought on board. :biggrin:



The Modern Science of 'Mental' Statistics

COB's Cult Calculation Corporation
Presents
The Tech of Tricky Tabulations


1. Survey cult members for their tone level on Scientology.
2. KR any cult members that are not at 4.0 (enthusiasm).
3. Design a campaign that is at one-half to one tone above 4.0.
4. Assign the person that designed that campaign to the RPF and COB by pass everyone and design a new campaign at Exhilaration (8.0)
5. Get an announcer with a bouncy, smarmy, exhilarated-sounding voice that is just like the illiterate host of a failed tv game show.
6. Drill the announcer on pronouncing the words "Dianetics" and "Scientology" so they are so laden with rapturously triumphant emotion that a non-cult member listening to them would involuntarily burst out laughing.
7. Survey event-going public for "What number of people could Tom Cruise disseminate to that would really blow your mind and make you feel like you are not wasting your money?"
8. Ensure the number is over one-billion because cult members are getting jaded form the last 100 events where "millions" was used too often.
9. Do not use an even 1 billion dollar number because it sounds contrived, as if someone just made it up. Be sure to use a number like 1,037,361,227 which is best arrived at by closing the eyes briefly and tapping out 10 random numbers on a calculator.
10. If any event attendees question the number, invite them a very special VIP briefing where they will be told super-secret information that is only for super-upstats, celebrities and movie stars. Let them know that Tom Cruise has been invited to that exclusive briefing. After they say "wow" end off.
11. At the briefing, have Jeff Pomeranz tearfully announce that Mr. Cruise had a scheduling conflict and will be unable to attend. Then announce in the tone level of exhilaration that we have another movie star of comparable magnitude. Then pronounce his name just like you pronounce Scientology, as if it has 13 syrup-dripping syllables. Miiiiiiiiiiii-chaaaaaaaaa-elllllllllllll-Rooooooooo-bbbbbbbbbbb---errrrrrrrrrr-tttttsssssssssss!
12. Have MAA's with video cams scanning the audience for any bad indicators when Roberts says: "I'm a movie star too, you cocksuckers. Get out your goddamed wallets because we are going to run some motherfuckin money processes."
13. If anyone brings up the 1,037,361,227 number or questions it, find their MU and handle it. If they still don't get it, have them run more processes with Michael Roberts and Jeff Pomeranz until their havingness comes up and they originate that they can have the number 1,037,361,227.

Natalie
5th December 2011, 01:26 AM
With stats like these I best be running back to the Church. First off, I will clear up all of my misunderstood words in the 'Wake Up Call" as written by the COB, the Chairman of Bullshit! :biggrin:

Thanks for sharing Karen. How the few parishioners left don't see through these ridiculous "stats" amazes me.:duh:

Div6
5th December 2011, 01:46 AM
With stats like these I best be running back to the Church. First off, I will clear up all of my misunderstood words in the 'Wake Up Call" as written by the COB, the Chairman of Bullshit! :biggrin:

Thanks for sharing Karen. How the few parishioners left don't see through these ridiculous "stats" amazes me.:duh:

It's the same sort of crowd that thinks "Fox News" is actually NEWS. It isn't. It's propaganda. "Faux News" is what those that can still see call it. It bypasses their ability to think for themselves, and allows them to continue their irresponsibility through group self-delusion.

Welcome to Amerika...

HelluvaHoax!
5th December 2011, 02:00 AM
Dear HH,

Absolutely no shooping or HOAXING from me ! Gadfly and HH thought I might have *tampered* with the images ! Emphatically denied !:yes:

Note that these are displayed with THUNDEROUS sound EFFECTS. Mind numbing volcanic explosions, thunder, lightning, ear drum numbing neutron BOMBS of sound !

Sometimes the adjectives used are so unbelievable that it is natural to think someone is simply being sarcastic.....when it is TRUE.

EXAMPLE : After the Internet had literally HUNDREDS of postings of the atrocities of SP Hole, and 3 books had been on Amazon for 2 years.

Blown for Good by Marc Headely
Counterfeit Dreams by Jeff Hawkins
Abuse at the Top by Amy Scobee

detailing specifically the assault and batteries, the inhumane cleaning of feces ponds, the SLEEP DEPRIVATION......

The "CHURCH" called INT BASE ~~

A Worker's Paradise

When I first heard that, I thought it had to be SATIRE from Anonymous !

No, it was not. They actually called INT BASE "A worker's paradise" to counter CNN's "A History of Violence" series.
They posted a video on their site of manicured golf courses and beautiful
villas and cottages looking like Disneyland !

And so it is with Miscavige's INT events.

Hypnotic monotone phrase after phrase saying absolutely nothing, and the adoration of the standing ovations deafen the ear. The audience LOVE IT !

SAMPLE : Miscavige words:

“I am genuinely honored to join you on this day when Scientology comes of age in Seattle; not that you haven’t long maintained a presence in this town, not that you haven’t long ago sunk roots into this city, and not that you haven’t long carried the torch of this great Northwest, but only now is all the majesty and subtlety of booming this Church made manifest, because only now can we appreciate the deeper meaning of those campaign slogans which drove your new civilization builders to this moment: leading the way;  delivering the future; taking Seattle to greater heights, only now is it clear those weren’t slogans at all, they were a prophecy, so while we’ve long marveled at your unbridled creativity and elaborate events, the many parts you’ve played, the many stages you’ve trod, and the myriad costumes you’ve donned, only now is it obvious when you were told giving your best, you took it to mean the best of the best.”

THUNDEROUS STANDING OVATION, !
THEY CANNOT STOP CLAPPING !

Can you or I do that ?
Can anyone of say 164 words that mean absolutely NOTHING ?

Danny Sherman, speech writer for Miscavige, take a bow !

http://i1211.photobucket.com/albums/cc435/karendelac/dannysherman.jpg



:hysterical::hysterical::hysterical:

I luvvvvved that post! Too many good parts to mention, so I will just say Tour de Force!

But, I can't resist just this one thing. Did you mean to say "priestess"? Weeeee! I promise I won't say any more.

J. Swift
5th December 2011, 02:05 AM
In the famous SNL sketch, Christopher Walken played Bruce Dickinson - yes that Bruce Dickinson the famous music producer who makes hit albums. In this sketch, Walken famously demanded that the Blue Oyster Cult give him more cowbell:

http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i68/sadhu77/MoreCowbell.png

Based on the IAS screenshots Karen has posted, I can see that COB has a fever as well:

http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i68/sadhu77/MoreVolcanoes-1.png

If COB wants more volcanoes then we give him more volcanoes! I LOL'd when I saw FOUR volcanoes in this screengrab:

http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i68/sadhu77/Volcanoes.jpg

/////

olska
5th December 2011, 03:20 AM
In the famous SNL sketch, Christopher Walken played Bruce Dickinson - yes that Bruce Dickinson the famous music producer who makes hit albums. In this sketch, Walken famously demanded that the Blue Oyster Cult give him more cowbell:

http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i68/sadhu77/MoreCowbell.png

Based on the IAS screenshots Karen has posted, I can see that COB has a fever as well:

http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i68/sadhu77/MoreVolcanoes-1.png

If COB wants more volcanoes then we give him more volcanoes! I LOL'd when I saw FOUR volcanoes in this screengrab:

http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i68/sadhu77/Volcanoes.jpg

/////

Actually there are SIX volcanoes -- and likely a SEVENTH hiding behind the three in the number 783! Looking at this graphic and counting the ... whatever's ... is a little like a "where's Wally" maze or one of those pictures on the 'net where they ask you, "can you find the rubber ducky?"

These graphics remind me of some of the weird contraptions in movies by that French guy whose name i forget -- he made the movie "City of Lost Children" and others...

and I love the three "characters" sitting down front in the audience, as pointed out by someone in a previous post --

... aha! I just spotted the SEVENTH, possibly the EIGHTH volcano! :happydance:

Gadfly
5th December 2011, 03:36 AM
Do you know why they put volcanoes everywhere?

Because apparently Hubbard and the rest of the folks in the Church of Scientology REALLY BELIEVE that we were all flown here 75 million years ago, in DC8s, and were NUKED on Earth volcanoes! It is supposed to be a "button" that EVERY HUMAN BEING will "react to", based on the belief that we ALL were nuked and implanted on a volcano (ref: OT III, NOTs, OT VII).

As far as they are concerned, the volcano is a key component of a major traumatic experience that all Earlings share. Of course, it doesn't seem to impinge on anyone else except card-carrying over-indoctrinated Scientologists!!!!! :duh: :duh: :biggrin: :omg: :omg:

HelluvaHoax!
5th December 2011, 04:49 AM
Do you know why they put volcanoes everywhere?

Because apparently Hubbard and the rest of the folks in the Church of Scientology REALLY BELIEVE that we were all flown here 75 million years ago, in DC8s, and were NUKED on Earth volcanoes! It is supposed to be a "button" that EVERY HUMAN BEING will "react to", based on the belief that we ALL were nuked and implanted on a volcano (ref: OT III, NOTs, OT VII).

As far as they are concerned, the volcano is a key component of a major traumatic experience that all Earlings share. Of course, it doesn't seem to impinge on anyone else except card-carrying over-indoctrinated Scientologists!!!!! :duh: :duh: :biggrin: :omg: :omg:



Yes!

Volcanos, volcanos everywhere and not a drop (of truth) to drink.

Reminds me of Tommy Davis on his recent meltdown interview with Martin Bashir. Not verbatim, but. . .


MARTIN BASHIR
Isn't it true that you believe that volcanos---?

TOMMY DAVIS (interrupting)
There are no volcanos in Scientology!
If you want to understand my religion
you should read one of Ron's books.

MARTIN BASHIR
But there's a volcano right
on the cover of Dianetics!

TOMMY DAVIS
I'm warning you, if you even say that
word volcano just one more time. . .

MARTIN BASHIR (points at book, whispers)
Volcano-on-the-cover.

TOMMY DAVIS
Religious bigot! Hater!
(throws down mike, storms off)


Leave it to Scientology to spend hundreds of millions of dollars trying to get people to buy Dianetics and talk about it. But then when they talk about it, Scientologists angrily disconnect from them. (It doesn't have to make sense. It's Scientology!)

Commander Birdsong
5th December 2011, 06:32 PM
Is that a "real" Scientology promotion and statement?

I can't imagine - actually I CAN imagine - HOW they managed to come up with THAT number.

A CMO or RTC Misison probably erupted into some area and demanded that staff immediately begin a project to "really calculate how many people have benefited from Ron's Study Tech"!!!! :duh:

Scientology and its relationship to its stats is pretty much like everything else about Hubbard (especially his personal biography). They just MAKE IT UP! (aka "creative postulating")

umm...

lemme see here...

2423 and 1678

lemme jot those down and on ron's birthday i'll play them in daily numbers lottery

Lurker5
5th December 2011, 07:55 PM
I know I am 'counted' as a scno, in the stats, because I still get their shit in the mail, volumes and volumes, and I have a 'number', like a nazi tatoo. And I was only there for a brief moment in time, 30 years ago. I have been anti ever since, but still they count me . . . :confused2: :unsure: I wonder how much their stats are pumped up like that . . .

:lol:
:scnsucks: Big Time.

Dulloldfart
5th December 2011, 08:13 PM
I know I am 'counted' as a scno, in the stats, because I still get their shit in the mail, volumes and volumes, and I have a 'number', like a nazi tatoo. And I was only there for a brief moment in time, 30 years ago. I have been anti ever since, but still they count me . . . :confused2: :unsure: I wonder how much their stats are pumped up like that . . .

:lol:
:scnsucks: Big Time.

RVY said that the "8 million Scientologists" figure was just plucked out of thin air. It wasn't even computed as the estimated number of people who had ever touched a DMSMH or something.

See How Scientology "Grew" to 8 Million Members (http://www.newsfrombree.co.uk/stolgy_9.htm).

Nowadays, who knows?

Paul

Teanntás
6th December 2011, 01:47 PM
OR they could have been like me at most events and been unconscious from the boredom and not even seen the stats. :whistling:

On the 24 mil students helped, maybe they counted each individual word cleared (as well as each definition of the word), demo and clay demo done, as a student helped by study tech. :biggrin:

Passengers in the London public transport yearly 3.4 billion - New York 2.6 billion. How come these places aren't sinking, or are they? :biggrin:

Dave B.
26th October 2012, 02:00 AM
Bloviating. +1 :) Perfect description.

Lermanet_com
26th October 2012, 02:47 AM
I know I am 'counted' as a scno, in the stats, because I still get their shit in the mail, volumes and volumes, and I have a 'number', like a nazi tatoo. And I was only there for a brief moment in time, 30 years ago. I have been anti ever since, but still they count me . . . :confused2: :unsure: I wonder how much their stats are pumped up like that . . .

:lol:
:scnsucks: Big Time.

you really want to end thier mail?
write

Return to Sender
see Lermanet.com for more info

and give it back to your postman..
it'll go back on thier dime...
and you wont get any more mail from them

Idle Morgue
26th October 2012, 03:38 AM
I sat at that event - after a while I thought to myself .... there is virtually NO NEW public coming in for the past few years - where do these numbers come from. Then a friend from another Morgue (she was on staff) told me the Course Sup got caught making up student points and they did nothing about it...:unsure:

I left after one half hour of the bogus claims and never went to another rah-rah event again. I noticed that the opinion leaders from the area read the teleprompters....I was very upset about that - realizing that I had been duped into believing these people were sincere. :whistling:They are merely paying back a debt that a Scientology staffer supported them with some cause - and now they accept the invitation to speak at the propaganda event and read the speech that David Miscavige writes for them. The events that I attended after I realized the HOAX were nil to nada! I stopped buying the bullshit and then getting regged to buy more.:yes:

Dave B.
26th October 2012, 06:45 AM
A tangent but I have to relate this: The telepromter "cog" is funny to watch. I mean when a guy realises they use one. I saw it happen. I dunno, maybe the person never thought about it before and thought the perfectly polished spew coming from a cult speakers mouth was a natural occurence, who knows. It was instructive to watch the guys face when he found out it's all BS. Moreso because a few days before he had been telling me that the Mighty Midget never looks at his written notes, so he must be about OT16 :duh: I didn't have the heart to tell him otherwise at the time but it was my honor to see him realise the trickery a few days later.

NoName
26th October 2012, 07:33 AM
**snip** Mighty Midget never looks at his written notes, so he must be about OT16 :duh: I didn't have the heart to tell him otherwise at the time but it was my honor to see him realise the trickery a few days later.

Hahaha!!! That's awesome. I suppose he didn't know that Der Dwarfenfuhrer chucked the cans while on OT V. At least that's the rumor I've heard from reliable sources.

:lol: