Sunday, 14 July 2013

Escape from Scientology: Leah Remini

Actress Leah Remini, has escaped from The Church of Scientology(CoS) after the the organization's perverse reaction to her question about the whereabouts of David Miscavige's wife, Shelley, who was not present at the celebration of Tom-Kats wedding. They when all "mind control" on her.

Congratulations Leah, you escaped one of the US most successful cults. No doubt they now have an OSA folder all set up for you, and they will be coming after you. Keep in mind anything embarrassing you have said in your auditing sessions, or have been reported in knowledge reports will now be made public.  This might sound creepy but this is what they have done to many others  have left the church. Much worse things are done to those who publicly criticize the church especially if they have been "fair gamed".

Leah I salute your bravery, in speaking up, hopefully your high profile and their weakened state will afford you some protection. I truly hope that your career remains strong despite whatever the wackos at CoS try to pull off.

David Miscavige: The controlling migit.
This yet another high profile defection from the CoS. The organization has been in decline over the last decade. Some believe it is in part because of the continual pushing for donation to build new buildings. The organization already has billions so some may well be wondering why don't they just cut a check. The decline of followers has been marked. While the CoS maintains it claim that it has 8 million members, it in important to remember that that figure still includes those who have left, no doubt including Katie Holmes, and anyone who every bought Dianetics, even those who read it and decided it was the worst piece of pseudo-scientific claptrap they ever read. The CoS Prints revisions of Dianetics every few years, all members of CoS must buy the new revisions. A recent revision was published but only around 30,000 copies were ordered. The 2001 ARIS survey puts the number at around 55,000, According to the New Yorker "A survey of American religious affiliations, compiled in the Statistical Abstract of the United States, estimates that only twenty-five thousand Americans actually call themselves Scientologists."

The New Yorker article also points to other defections and abuses by the CoS.

See also:
    The Independent

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