A recent blog post called "Inside Scientology" that I stumbled upon. Brave lady... and strong enough to avoid the mindf*ck.
Mum is torn between the church and her son, how does this work???????
My mum has been bed-ridden for a little while now due to a severe physical condition where she had to have a very intense operation and is still recovering months after the operation. This is not the first time my mother has been bed-ridden and the church have just let her recover no matter how long it takes.
Currently she is being looked after by an elderly man who is half blind and has slight dementia so
$cientology Inc. is the turd that wont flush. Unfortunately I think it will always be around. But hopefully in a far less toxic form and it's current management behind bars where they belong. Not that I want The Cult to be around. If I could pull a handle or push a button and make the cult disappear I'd do it, without a seconds hesitation. I wouldn't even have to think of that autopsy photo of Lisa McPherson or imagine Noah Lottick's smashed body laying in a pool of blood, or any of the other dead
Updated 3rd December 2012 at 11:22 PM by Dave B.
L. Ron Hubbard’s Final Concert Rider The following general provisions for the upcoming appearance of Mr. Hubbard (hereinafter referred to as “Ron”) at your venue will ensure an upstat and controlled environment for Ron’s stay.
This rider must not be altered or squirreled in any way.
A banquet with at least 13 entrées, with plenty of rich, starchy, and sugar laden foods, must be laid out for Ron, with plenty of rice and beans for his entourage.
All of freedom lies within the concept of freedom of choice. When one is no longer free to choose one has lost all the freedom there is. The basic freedom of choice is between making and not making a postulate. In life this translates into the freedom of choice to play or not play a game. Thus, to the degree that the playing of games becomes compulsive freedom becomes lost.
All entrapment is to be found in the compulsive playing of games. The route from entrapment to freedom, then,