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Scientology will save this planet?

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posted on May, 11 2012 @ 10:49 AM
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http://(nolink)/file/keep-scientology-working-doctrine.pdf

In this dump I have read many documents, this being the stupidest.




"The very last paragraph says, The whole agonized future of this planet, every man, woman and child on it, and your own destiny for the next endless trillions of years depends on what you do here and now in Scientology"


I am still laughing.




posted on May, 11 2012 @ 10:49 AM
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http:// wlstorage . net / file/ keep-scientology-working-doctrine.pdf

Just take out the spaces



posted on May, 11 2012 @ 10:53 AM
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"The whole agonized future of this planet, every man, woman and child on it, and your own destiny for the next endless trillions of years depends on what you do here and now in Scientology"

The Universe was here and doing fine long before Scientology and will still be doing fine long after mankind and Scientology are dust IMO.

But, to each their own.



posted on May, 11 2012 @ 11:02 AM
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I heard that. It is just a big money making scheme. I would get in on that too if I didn't have morals!



posted on May, 11 2012 @ 11:03 AM
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posted on May, 11 2012 @ 11:13 AM
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Yep. And not only will Scientology save this planet, but when L. Ron Hubbard died, he moved on to "Target 2." Meaning, that he has gone to "clear" another planet of evil thetans, and soon, the entire universe will be free of evil thetans, all because of good ole L. Ron!


My favorite Scientology video!




L. Ron Hubbard is dead! Long live L. Ron Hubbard!



posted on May, 11 2012 @ 11:18 AM
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Yes....we need more Scientologists like Tom Cruise & John Travolta running around saving the planet!



posted on May, 11 2012 @ 11:24 AM
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Ill be first to admit... I got sucked into Scientology when I was a teenager walking down the street wearing my combat boots and Black Flag shirt down Hollywood. I guess I might have been an easy target or what not because the next thing I knew, I was at their center watching a movie about L. Ron Hubbard. Soon after that, they claimed they could give me a job, which I accepted but quit a few days later when I learned I was only going to get paid $5 bucks.

My job was to bug .. erm... call people and try to convince them to continue their seminars. 99% told me f off and lose their number. During my break I was taken into an office and told if I was to continue working there I would have to join their program which would cost about a grand AND buy all their books starting with Dianetics. Thats when i realized, screw this, its all a sham. I left that place and never returned back. Once in a while, they will still call me and tell me to come back. So my advice, keep on walking when you see those people on the streets with those meters trying to measure your thetans or whatever.



posted on May, 11 2012 @ 11:28 AM
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Originally posted by blackmetalmist
Ill be first to admit... I got sucked into Scientology when I was a teenager walking down the street wearing my combat boots and Black Flag shirt down Hollywood. I guess I might have been an easy target or what not because the next thing I knew, I was at their center watching a movie about L. Ron Hubbard. Soon after that, they claimed they could give me a job, which I accepted but quit a few days later when I learned I was only going to get paid $5 bucks.

My job was to bug .. erm... call people and try to convince them to continue their seminars. 99% told me f off and lose their number. During my break I was taken into an office and told if I was to continue working there I would have to join their program which would cost about a grand AND buy all their books starting with Dianetics. Thats when i realized, screw this, its all a sham. I left that place and never returned back. Once in a while, they will still call me and tell me to come back. So my advice, keep on walking when you see those people on the streets with those meters trying to measure your thetans or whatever.


Admitting you're a sucker is mighty strong of you.



posted on May, 11 2012 @ 11:31 AM
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It's no more ridiculous than any other religion claiming to have the "Truth." If any religion had the absolute TRUTH, I seriously doubt the world would be in its current predicament. Given that the world is in its current predicament, I seriously doubt that any religion can claim to have absolute "TRUTH."
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posted on May, 11 2012 @ 11:37 AM
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Its definitely not a story im proud of
but I thought I'd be making serious cash as a broke teenager.

Especially after they promised me I'd be working in the Celebrity Scientology center and even that cruise they have. Yeah right !



posted on May, 11 2012 @ 11:42 AM
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I got caught up in Scientology in the early 1970's, and got out around 1975, and moved to Maui, where there was no Church of Scientology. I have moved several more time since.

About 2 years ago, at around 9 or 9:30pm, there was a knock on my door. It was a tall young man wearing a suit and tie, telling me he was from the Church of Scientology and wanted to talk to me about returning. I told him that I got all I needed out of it back in the 70's, and wasn't interested.

Then he told me that all the books, written by Hubbard, were incomplete and now had been rewritten, by David Miscavige, with the "new tech." He wanted me to hand over any books that I may still have, and for about $1,500, I could get all new ones.


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extra DIV



posted on May, 11 2012 @ 11:53 AM
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Originally posted by windword
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I got caught up in Scientology in the early 1970's, and got out around 1975, and moved to Maui, where there was no Church of Scientology. I have moved several more time since.

About 2 years ago, at around 9 or 9:30pm, there was a knock on my door. It was a tall young man wearing a suit and tie, telling me he was from the Church of Scientology and wanted to talk to me about returning. I told him that I got all I needed out of it back in the 70's, and wasn't interested.

Then he told me that all the books, written by Hubbard, were incomplete and now had been rewritten, by David Miscavige, with the "new tech." He wanted me to hand over any books that I may still have, and for about $1,500, I could get all new ones.


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Wow. Thats definitely something that I hope doesn't happen. Its crazy how much they insist you return. Even when those people I was calling told me, "No, I do not want to come back", the higher ups said "Don't take no for an answer, call them back tomorrow". I knew there was something wrong with that and I put myself in those peoples shoes. I wouldnt want anyone calling me almost every day pressuring me. I had to get out fast ! extra DIV



posted on May, 11 2012 @ 12:03 PM
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My brother actually joined the "Church in edmonton and he is way deeply invested in it...I tried to talk him out of it and he wouldn't hear me...but he is reading a hell of a lot of books about them lately and I beleive he is getting screwed BIG TIME. I have a BAD BAD feeling about all this.

He was asked before joining if any of his family was a COP / FBI / RCMP / CSIS etc etc....because he would be refused if it was so. WTF could they have to hide that this would be a prerequisite for joining.

I have read a few threads on ATS about this "sect" and to be honest, it scares me knowing he's in that situation. When I speak with him, he seems happy but he is very different from before he left our area. (he moved there from Ottawa just to join THEM)

Back on Subject: I don't think for a second that this sect is gonna help at all in any situation other than their own agenda. IMO

Teye22



posted on May, 11 2012 @ 12:09 PM
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I didn't know about them asking your if you are in law enforcement or any national security agency. It's good to know, cause now I do work in law enforcement AND my fiance is a cop. So I think thats a double whammy for them to stop bothering me



posted on May, 11 2012 @ 12:12 PM
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Originally posted by blackmetalmist
Ill be first to admit... I got sucked into Scientology when I was a teenager walking down the street wearing my combat boots and Black Flag shirt down Hollywood. I guess I might have been an easy target or what not because the next thing I knew, I was at their center watching a movie about L. Ron Hubbard. Soon after that, they claimed they could give me a job, which I accepted but quit a few days later when I learned I was only going to get paid $5 bucks.

My job was to bug .. erm... call people and try to convince them to continue their seminars. 99% told me f off and lose their number. During my break I was taken into an office and told if I was to continue working there I would have to join their program which would cost about a grand AND buy all their books starting with Dianetics. Thats when i realized, screw this, its all a sham. I left that place and never returned back. Once in a while, they will still call me and tell me to come back. So my advice, keep on walking when you see those people on the streets with those meters trying to measure your thetans or whatever.


Sounds like a typical cult to me.



posted on May, 11 2012 @ 12:22 PM
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Scientologists are so intent on their mission, so sure of their truth, that part of their morality includes lying, stealing cheating etc., for their cause, which is the greater good of planet earth. It's called their policy of "Fair Game."

Breaking a few laws, or bones, is nothing when compared to the importance of saving the planet, and then, this sector of the galaxy, you see.

Jason Beghe explains this philosophy very well, but his entire video is like 2 hours long, so I'll leave you with this one instead.




posted on May, 11 2012 @ 12:25 PM
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Originally posted by chrismicha77
Yes....we need more Scientologists like Tom Cruise & John Travolta running around saving the planet!


Tommy is in the closet and Johnny is a massage loitering penis grabber.

Gotta wonder whos out to get them so hard, but in all honesty, I do not disbelieve any of it.

He looks like a deviant. And tom cruise is just a freak.

Scientology... evil in all extremes. It's a cult, not religion. no gods.. just beliefs in pseudo-technological babble, to confuse people with loads of money.

Man travolta looks like a real freak, the sort you get to see in the funny papers online about weirdo arrests.

meh, good guy or not, he's corrupted by that cult. sad.



posted on May, 11 2012 @ 12:30 PM
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Well, it wont be long before you receive a letter that disconnects you from your kin. you will read things you never expect.

Ahhh freedom of religion. Opens the door for miscreants to make cults and profit, and keeps them safe under the guise of religion.



posted on May, 11 2012 @ 12:52 PM
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Ask John Travolta's masseuse.



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