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    Marc Yager ~~ 45 year Sea Org member, on Apollo at 9 years old.
    Marc Yager obediently showing up in Tel Aviv executing Miscavige orders in the Dani Lemberger law suit, faithfully obeying Miscavige. <sigh>
    Here is more on Marc Yager.
    Mat Pesch did a post above on Yager on the Bunker which made me want to tell more:
    Marc Yager is one of the Top 10 most abused by Miscavige at Int Base.
    It started off with Miscavige repeatedly hurling insults with Anti-semetic slurs "Jew Boy": etc.

    The the abuse turned more and more VIOLENT.
    Miscavige ordered Marc Yager (CSI's highest ranking member) to the "swamp" .
    He was required to build a bamboo cage for him self and then he lived in isolation for 2 years under security watch.

    Some years ago in the middle on November (this is freezing in England, Bob
    was ordered him to have Guillaume Lesevre, Mike Rinder, Heber Jentzsch
    (my ex-husband) and and Marc Yager woken up at 6am, escorted to the
    lake (at St. Hill Manor) and thrown in.

    This was done daily for about 10 days. In England in November it is very very cold.

    The fact that the temperature was already only above freezing and that
    they could not fight back or receive more draconian punishments is of
    note.

    Marc Headley wrote in his book "Blown for Good" that
    Miscavige ordered Marc Yager to be run over with a car and it was being
    complied with. Marc Yager fled in fear and fell over a log and broke
    his ankle. The car did not run him over. Miscavige told Marc if he ever tried to flee again he would be tracked down and destroyed UTTERLY.

    INT Base is truly a chamber of horrors. Make no
    mistake about Miscavige with his perfectly coiffed hair and his perfect
    tuxedos, getting standing ovations from a perfectly duped crowd.

    Miscavige RUNS the length and breath of Scientology.

    Marc Yager back in the day


    Marc Yager after 35 years of Miscavige attacks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karen#1 View Post
    Marc Yager ~~ 45 year Sea Org member, on Apollo at 9 years old.
    Marc Yager obediently showing up in Tel Aviv executing Miscavige orders in the Dani Lemberger law suit, faithfully obeying Miscavige. <sigh>
    Here is more on Marc Yager.
    Mat Pesch did a post above on Yager on the Bunker which made me want to tell more:
    Marc Yager is one of the Top 10 most abused by Miscavige at Int Base.
    It started off with Miscavige repeatedly hurling insults with Anti-semetic slurs "Jew Boy": etc.

    The the abuse turned more and more VIOLENT.
    Miscavige ordered Marc Yager (CSI's highest ranking member) to the "swamp" .
    He was required to build a bamboo cage for him self and then he lived in isolation for 2 years under security watch.

    Some years ago in the middle on November (this is freezing in England, Bob
    was ordered him to have Guillaume Lesevre, Mike Rinder, Heber Jentzsch
    (my ex-husband) and and Marc Yager woken up at 6am, escorted to the
    lake (at St. Hill Manor) and thrown in.

    This was done daily for about 10 days. In England in November it is very very cold.

    The fact that the temperature was already only above freezing and that
    they could not fight back or receive more draconian punishments is of
    note.

    Marc Headley wrote in his book "Blown for Good" that
    Miscavige ordered Marc Yager to be run over with a car and it was being
    complied with. Marc Yager fled in fear and fell over a log and broke
    his ankle. The car did not run him over. Miscavige told Marc if he ever tried to flee again he would be tracked down and destroyed UTTERLY.

    INT Base is truly a chamber of horrors. Make no
    mistake about Miscavige with his perfectly coiffed hair and his perfect
    tuxedos, getting standing ovations from a perfectly duped crowd.

    Miscavige RUNS the length and breath of Scientology.

    Marc Yager back in the day


    Marc Yager after 35 years of Miscavige attacks
    Mat Pesch posted today on Tony Ortega's Bunker:

    "Probably no one has endured more physical and mental abuse from Miscavige than Marc Yager. He started on the Apollo as a child, as a Sea Org member. Forced by Miscavige to divorce his wife (who reportedly had 3 abortions). Made to build a cage for himself in the area known as "the swamp" near the Old Gilman House. He lived in the cage by himself for months. As the Security Chief at the time (Gary Moorehead) has reported, Miscavige regularly visited Marc, made him stand at attention and then punched him in the stomach. There are many, many, many eye witness accounts of Miscavige beating up Marc and doing things to him to break him down mentally. Miscavige even had Marc's head saved at a large meeting of other execs. Marc also spent years in "The Hole". This guy has been brain washed for decades in a way that would make North Korea jealous. Now he is Miscavige's trained monkey used to represent the reputation of Scientology is Isreal. Marc is a caring, mild, intelligent person. His story is sad to the extreme. It is basically a story of a young boy being a victim of human trafficking at the hands of a vicious cult."


    This is so sad.

    I think Miscavige is beating someone right now and getting away with it.

    How many people have to come forward with stories of abuse before the authorities stop it? Un - Fucking - Believable!

    Miscavige's hobby is - beating people - and he won't stop until he is locked up.

    It is really stupid that the police have NOT done something.

    My bet - David Miscavige has probably killed people and hidden their bodies. He sure can get away with abuse with no accountability.

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    Another lucid and incisive write up HH.

    I knew it would be good. It wasn't lost that Unit 731 is the infamous wartime human experiment unit of Korea. Genius.


    Whoa, I wish I was that smart! LOL. Can't take credit for the number 731, it was just a completely random selection. Thanks for posting that fascinating fact, I never heard of that before! Cool!

    I have a very weird and sometimes wonderful relationship with numbers. I don't know if it means something or if I am just the observer of some rather quirky and entertaining coincidences. I'll give one little story to illustrate.

    Once I got a long distance phone call from a close friend who had purchased a (used) high-end Halliburton briefcase. The problem was that the 3-number combination was missing that the party they bought it from returned to their overseas home, with no contact information.

    In any case, my good friend asked me if I could help them with the combination. I am not making this up. LOL. Perhaps my alleged "powers" with numbers had been hyped and this was an impossible situation because I certainly couldn't GUESS the combination. I told them that usually the thing that happened with numbers just happened randomly and only occasionally--typically where I would just "know" a date or a number (exactly) before someone said it. I know, it's weird, but it happened a fair number of times and the accuracy was inexplicable to me. It sure seemed like there was something to it, but I don't have any idea what that would be.

    So, I told my friend that I didn't have the ability to just do it whenever I wanted. If I had, I would have played the lottery, lol. They persisted and asked me to TRY to get the combination for them.

    So, I thought "why not give it a try". I thought for a bit and then guessed my 3 number combination. They tried it. No luck. Well, at least I tried.

    End of story. Disappointing, right?






    ps: A moment before I got off the phone with them, I had the feeling that maybe one of the numbers was just one digit off. So I said to my friend. Why don't you try flipping the third number up one digit (e.g. from "6" up to "7"). Um.........the case opened! That was the actual combination. True story. Please stand and applaud Ron's photo, or whatever or some junk......lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karen#1 View Post
    Marc Yager ~~ 45 year Sea Org member, on Apollo at 9 years old.
    Marc Yager obediently showing up in Tel Aviv executing Miscavige orders in the Dani Lemberger law suit, faithfully obeying Miscavige. <sigh>
    Here is more on Marc Yager.
    Mat Pesch did a post above on Yager on the Bunker which made me want to tell more:
    Marc Yager is one of the Top 10 most abused by Miscavige at Int Base.
    It started off with Miscavige repeatedly hurling insults with Anti-semetic slurs "Jew Boy": etc.

    The the abuse turned more and more VIOLENT.
    Miscavige ordered Marc Yager (CSI's highest ranking member) to the "swamp" .
    He was required to build a bamboo cage for him self and then he lived in isolation for 2 years under security watch.

    Some years ago in the middle on November (this is freezing in England, Bob
    was ordered him to have Guillaume Lesevre, Mike Rinder, Heber Jentzsch
    (my ex-husband) and and Marc Yager woken up at 6am, escorted to the
    lake (at St. Hill Manor) and thrown in.

    This was done daily for about 10 days. In England in November it is very very cold.

    The fact that the temperature was already only above freezing and that
    they could not fight back or receive more draconian punishments is of
    note.

    Marc Headley wrote in his book "Blown for Good" that
    Miscavige ordered Marc Yager to be run over with a car and it was being
    complied with. Marc Yager fled in fear and fell over a log and broke
    his ankle. The car did not run him over. Miscavige told Marc if he ever tried to flee again he would be tracked down and destroyed UTTERLY.

    INT Base is truly a chamber of horrors. Make no
    mistake about Miscavige with his perfectly coiffed hair and his perfect
    tuxedos, getting standing ovations from a perfectly duped crowd.

    Miscavige RUNS the length and breath of Scientology.

    Marc Yager back in the day


    Marc Yager after 35 years of Miscavige attacks
    Another appalling and sad story of the ruination of kind souls. the evil is unfathomable..
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    Whoa, I wish I was that smart! LOL. Can't take credit for the number 731, it was just a completely random selection. Thanks for posting that fascinating fact, I never heard of that before! Cool!

    I have a very weird and sometimes wonderful relationship with numbers. I don't know if it means something or if I am just the observer of some rather quirky and entertaining coincidences. I'll give one little story to illustrate.

    Once I got a long distance phone call from a close friend who had purchased a (used) high-end Halliburton briefcase. The problem was that the 3-number combination was missing that the party they bought it from returned to their overseas home, with no contact information.

    In any case, my good friend asked me if I could help them with the combination. I am not making this up. LOL. Perhaps my alleged "powers" with numbers had been hyped and this was an impossible situation because I certainly couldn't GUESS the combination. I told them that usually the thing that happened with numbers just happened randomly and only occasionally--typically where I would just "know" a date or a number (exactly) before someone said it. I know, it's weird, but it happened a fair number of times and the accuracy was inexplicable to me. It sure seemed like there was something to it, but I don't have any idea what that would be.

    So, I told my friend that I didn't have the ability to just do it whenever I wanted. If I had, I would have played the lottery, lol. They persisted and asked me to TRY to get the combination for them.

    So, I thought "why not give it a try". I thought for a bit and then guessed my 3 number combination. They tried it. No luck. Well, at least I tried.

    End of story. Disappointing, right?






    ps: A moment before I got off the phone with them, I had the feeling that maybe one of the numbers was just one digit off. So I said to my friend. Why don't you try flipping the third number up one digit (e.g. from "6" up to "7"). Um.........the case opened! That was the actual combination. True story. Please stand and applaud Ron's photo, or whatever or some junk......lol
    Pretty cool. Human beings have all sorts of talents and skills $cientology takes credit for. I must say though....OMG HH - I think you are a past life Oat Tea. Let's stand up and face the man burning the L Ron Hubbard shit in the garbage can...and give him three - "Hip Hip HH"! VWD Sir! Salute! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Out/Int View Post
    Pretty cool. Human beings have all sorts of talents and skills $cientology takes credit for. I must say though....OMG HH - I think you are a past life Oat Tea. Let's stand up and face the man burning the L Ron Hubbard shit in the garbage can...and give him three - "Hip Hip HH"! VWD Sir! Salute! LOL

    I'll make a nice hot cup of oat tea to throw on the bonfire if it gets out of hand. If nothing else, it it will add a nice touch to my writeup of the OT Win Combination Story " And after the massive postulate of the three-digit combination being guessed in that one of one thousand times ... my space got bigger .. found a parking space ..... and then a huge urban conflagration did not occur."

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    After reading "OT VIII is Lame", Mike Rinder's latest blog post, I wondered why no OT VIII completions have written a history book? OT VIII promises to handle our amnesia on the whole track, going back trillions or quadrillions of years.

    Hubbard wrote "The History of Man" early on, way before the OT levels were released. Why hasn't he or anyone else written any updated history books since then?

    Why have no OT VIII completions patented any amazing technology from earlier on the track after overcoming amnesia?

    When reading the "Success Stories" coming from OT VIII's (such as the ones in Mike's post) it's pretty obvious why these books haven't been written.

    The same reason more OT VIII's have left Scientology then are still in.

    And the same reason that "L's" completions never got the promised ability to be "exterior at will with full perceptions".

    Personally, I know very little about my last 100 trillion years. But I do know something. I know about one of the greatest con artists during that time period.

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    That got me thinking of all the books waiting to be written.

    Maybe something racy - A Summer Spawning by BooHoo the clam

    Subtitled - How I Got Distracted When I Was Supposed To Be Burying That Treasure Youse Were All Looking For (Whoops!)

    Oh the wasted possibilities ...



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    After reading "OT VIII is Lame", Mike Rinder's latest blog post, I wondered why no OT VIII completions have written a history book? OT VIII promises to handle our amnesia on the whole track, going back trillions or quadrillions of years.

    Hubbard wrote "The History of Man" early on, way before the OT levels were released. Why hasn't he or anyone else written any updated history books since then?

    Why have no OT VIII completions patented any amazing technology from earlier on the track after overcoming amnesia?

    When reading the "Success Stories" coming from OT VIII's (such as the ones in Mike's post) it's pretty obvious why these books haven't been written.

    The same reason more OT VIII's have left Scientology then are still in.


    And the same reason that "L's" completions never got the promised ability to be "exterior at will with full perceptions".

    Personally, I know very little about my last 100 trillion years. But I do know something. I know about one of the greatest con artists during that time period.

    I suspect that persons who have legitimately attained the state of OT would disagree with you.

    Perhaps you didn't notice this post by an OT VIII:


    Originally Posted by Billy Blowdown

    Dear Type4_PTS

    I am extremely disappointed by your hateful any bigoted post, which reveals your embarrassing lack of understanding of how Dr. Hubbard's technology works. The answers to all your criticisms are quite simple and obvious, to wit:

    * Your absurd claim that "L" completions do not go stably exterior. Ridiculous! LOL. I can debunk that right now in 3 seconds--and even prove the point by giving it to you in writing!


    It would be painfully obvious to anyone who had done Dr. Hubbard's "Data Series Evaluators Course" that what you said is full of outpoints and illogic. Ron was there! Ron was an eyewitness! Were you ever there on the Apollo? Unless you yourself had the Ls and were C/Sed by Ron, you can't possibly know what you are nattering about. Because if you had received LRH C/Sing on the Ls, you would have obviously gone stably exterior--per LRH. (Case handled! Case closed!)

    * Your ludicrous claim that OT VIIIs have not overcome wholetrack amnesia, after which they would have successfully revealed and patented miraculous space-opera technology that is thousands of years more advanced than homo sapiens' feeble low-tech machines. Well, that is so easy to disprove that it hardly merits an answer. All one would need to do is go into any bookstore or library in the world and pick up a copy of Dr. Hubbard's 1950 book Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health. Turn to any chapter and you will see that LRH talks extensively about the mind being exactly like a "computer". After a half-century of com lag, wogs on this planet finally began to catch up a little. Now, in 2017, just look around you! More than 3.5 billion people on this planet now have computers and access to the internet! Stick to the facts! Talking about inventing computers--Dianetics was written 5 years before Bill Gates was even born!

    And don't even try to give me that stupid SP comeback that LRH never predicted the Internet--or he would have known that all Scientology's upper level secrets and Fair Game crimes would have been exposed. Ron had that one covered totally, too, using sublimely advanced whole track technology. Where the hell do you think HeadCams came from?

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    Cross-posted from another thread discussing Dr. Hubbard's infallible scripture about "speed of particle flow" and "power".

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    If "Speed of Particle Flow Alone Determines Power", then why is the world's #1 speediest animal on the list of endangered species the past 50 years--almost nearing extinction?!





    The Peregrine Falcon is capable of reaching speeds up to 200 mph while making a downwards dive.

    Scientologists are not yet able to move their bodies quite that fast; nonetheless, they have been extraordinarily successful at making other items dive downwards at breathtaking speeds--such as their membership statistics.
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