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In a recent interview on “The Joe Rogan Experience,” the actress suggested John Travolta could actually get away with taking a life.
The “King of Queens” actress said Travolta holds the position of Khakhan, who could “basically kill” another human being if he wanted to.
“Yes ... It's called ethics protection. There's another policy called the responsibility of leaders, which he says that what you gotta do to protect the leader, you gotta do it. If you see a body, you gotta clean it up."
"I have taken what 1 consider to be the most expedient way out of my present predicament. I harbor no resentment against anyone, except the Church of Scientology. They have a great deal to do with my demise. To play with people's defense mechanisms in the manner that they do is a criminal thing at best. l hope they can be outlawed." - Suicide note by James Hester
Sea Org members make a lifetime commitment to Scientology by signing a billion-year contract that is officially described as a symbolic pledge. In exchange, members are given free room and board, and a small weekly allowance. Sea Org members agree to strict codes of discipline, such as disavowing premarital sex, working long hours (on average at least 100 hours per week) and living in communal housing, referred to as "berthings". They are allowed to marry, but must relinquish their membership if they have or want to raise children
According to Hubbard, much of the galaxy was ruled tens of millions of years ago by the Galactic Confederacy, comprising 26 stars and 76 planets, including Earth, then known as Teegeeack. The confederacy was controlled by a tyrant named Xenu, who sent people from other planets to Earth because of over-crowding. Their souls attached themselves in clusters to human bodies, so that each person on Earth became a collection of entities, rather than a single personality. Part of the mission of Scientology is to rid people of these extra entities, known as body thetans
originally posted by: TobyFlenderson
Not sure if it is a well known fact, but L. Ron Hubbard was active in a branch of Alister Crowley's church in California. He was very close to Jack Parsons, one of the founders of the Jet Propulsion Lab. Hubbard went on to steal Parson's wife and meager fortune with which he bought a yacht. Many think Parsons' "accidental" death was a direct result of his opposition to Hubbard.
originally posted by: TinySickTears
i an really interested in how people can fall for this #?
i have a problem with religion as it is...how can people fall for that?
i can kind of sort of buy the fact that people do though. been around for a long time. indoctrination and such...ok
dude writes some sci fi and creates a religion in the 50's with all these crazy rules and people just buy into it
One day, in L.A., we got into the limousine and went down to the Scientology center on Sunset, and Elvis went in and talked to them," said Fike. "Apparently they started doing all these charts and crap for him. Elvis came out and said, 'F--- those people! There's no way I'll ever get involved with that group. All they want is my money' "