I'd really like to know whether or not people here might think that Scientology is fundamentally supporting, or opposed to the principles of the US Constitution.
Please check out my new short story at;
Love, Scientology and Kindergarten,
that attempts to speak a little bit about the relationship between Scientology and the US government. Your thoughts would be very much appreciated.
If there were an ethics scale vs. a tone scale, where would scientology ethics be on it?
A few weeks back, Feral called me to tell me he was no longer appearing at the Q & A at the Dendy for the Sydney premiere of “Going Clear.” He told me some of the stuff that he wanted to bring up if he’d gone and he mentioned a very interesting point about $cientology’s ethics. He self-effacingly prefixed it with “You’ve probably already thought of this as have other people who are smarter than me but….”
But here’s the funny thing - I don’t recall anyone having brought this up
This is the story of the i as a mirage looking at a mirage, hypnotized by pictures. A question : "is it a place worth going?"
In the mirage scenario, the i is said to be nothing but consciousness, along with its pictures and its ability to perceive the projections (pictures) given to it as part of the mirage.
Imagine Neo in the Matrix movie watching projections all day in his room but never leaving the matrix. Imagine the projections are inside of the matrix
Updated 6th July 2015 at 02:19 AM by Maria Cuervo
By examining the etymology of the verb version of squirrel [see below verb definitions 1 and 2] I finally figured out what's 'wrong' with squirrels, and why CoS hates them: The squirrel has managed to withhold something of value, to take something of value and put it in a safe place where CoS can't get it and the squirrel has done so by way of his OWN inquisitiveness and curiosity!
Because heavens forbid that an ex-Scientologist ACCUMULATE anything of any worth on his own and on top
Updated 3rd July 2015 at 07:50 AM by Maria Cuervo