It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
originally posted by: MindBodySpiritComplex
NXIVM trial begins Tuesday in Brooklyn
Scientology cruise ship to remain under quarantine in Curacao because of measles
The Hidden Connection Between NXIVM And Scientology
Sea Org is the elite arm of the Church of Scientology and operates within these two bases as well as aboard the church's two ships, the Apollo and the Freewinds. The latter ship is the only place high-level practitioners can complete OT VIII. Both ships are staffed by Sea Org members, who famously sign a billion-year contract and work for room and board, Scientology courses, and a very (and I mean very) small stipend.
Protester AnonOrange highlights the many dangers of pestering the cult at it's global home base. Goons, guards, sprinklers, electronic shrieks, traffic and a bulldozer full of farmyard feces. Orange was assaulted by cult guards Danny Dunigan and others and sent to the jail/hospital near Hemet, CA………
Over the years, information has leaked out about CST and its extremely odd work — building underground vaults to ensure that the words of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard survive a nuclear holocaust. It’s still rare, however, to have a press interview with a former CST employee. But Dylan Gill, who helped build vaults in California and New Mexico — which each include houses built specifically for raising the reincarnation of Hubbard — says he finally wants to tell his story.
Since the 1990s, Raniere has attracted the attention of attorneys general in several states and the Securities and Exchange Commission. In 1996, he admitted no guilt but signed an agreement with the New York State Attorney General's Office promising he would not operate an illegal "chain distributor scheme" and pay a $40,000 settlement. Since then, he has never been prosecuted by any state or federal agency, and he had only been sued once as of last month — a countersuit by a noted cult expert who claims NXIVM invaded his privacy.