Scientologists at War

It's a cult at best and really organized crime. If anyone thinks otherwise, links-aplenty explain the many evils of this criminal organization.
 
This religion is pretty strange. Check out this documentary...



Ha... hahaha! That video is 47 minutes long! 47 minutes! What's the gist of it? Are the space aliens being pitted against the lizard people that live in the hollow center of Mt. Shasta? Tom Cruise vs. John Travolta? Whatever, just hope for the best... devastating losses on both sides.
 
The movie "The Master" is loosely based on it.

I did get a good laugh at the neighbors pointing their sprinklers at them.
 
Ha... hahaha! That video is 47 minutes long! 47 minutes! What's the gist of it? Are the space aliens being pitted against the lizard people that live in the hollow center of Mt. Shasta? Tom Cruise vs. John Travolta? Whatever, just hope for the best... devastating losses on both sides.


I was going to watch the video but saw the duration and passed on it. :smuggrin:

Although, I really don't know what scientology is about... a few friends of mine have asked me if I'm a scientologist for liking quantum physics and being an atheist. I just tell them that an atheist doesn't believe in any God, so I am not a scientologist.

I have a lot of respect to what people wants to believe in, but most of the time they don't have that respect for me. That being said, I watched the other day a documentary in which Morgan Freeman is the narrator and they were covering a new research called "The God Experience". It basically says that there is a God, but in everybody's mind, there is not a real God. The experiment is quite simple, by some electromagnets that are not as powerful as a hair pistol to comb your hair, are attached to a helmet, in the left side, if I don't remember badly. Then they put it on you and leave you in a room for an hour. After that they enter and asked you what did you felt and how was the experience. Supringsingly enough, a lot of the people says that they see people in the room with them. So the doctor says, imagine I put this people in a church and repeat this experience, who do you think they will see? Now imagine I put them in a graveyard. How much this experience would affect their lives? The only thing he is doing is causing a malfuction of that part of the brain.

Why I consider this important? Cause most of the people that have started a religion claim that the God talked to them and there is evidence, that the guy that started the
Jehovahs Witnesses religion had a problem in that part of the brian and look where they are standing right now. So maybe this guys that invented this scientology have the same problem. Just sayin'.
 
I've seen that god experience documentary. I'm into physics as well. A physicist recently said something that struck me: he called mathematics a sense organ and I found it very profound. Its the only tool we have to explore the universe.
 
I've seen that god experience documentary. I'm into physics as well. A physicist recently said something that struck me: he called mathematics a sense organ and I found it very profound. Its the only tool we have to explore the universe.


Any link to read about that, please! :happycry-13:

I really like a lot the phrase: "Mathematics, do we invent them or do we discover them?" the implications of mathematics being invented are way different than discovering them. :megusta-1:
 
Any link to read about that, please! :happycry-13:

I really like a lot the phrase: "Mathematics, do we invent them or do we discover them?" the implications of mathematics being invented are way different than discovering them. :megusta-1:

It was a radio program, sorry. Can't find it.

I believe we discover mathematics. These laws of physics are already out there.
 
Does yours come with both kinds of privates? More importantly, are they configurable so you can swap them out and even hermaph it?
 
I like the idea of the sexy robot bodies just because I would be able to have virtual sex with Michelle Brannan. Sounds pretty darn good to me. :megusta-1:
 
I like the idea of the sexy robot bodies just because I would be able to have virtual sex with Michelle Brannan. Sounds pretty darn good to me. :megusta-1:

If you buy her, order the upgrade with extra vag muscles to really in tighten on you. I hear it really makes her feel lifelike.
 
If you buy her, order the upgrade with extra vag muscles to really in tighten on you. I hear it really makes her feel lifelike.


Will do. I believe the nice thing about sexy robot bodies is that you can try both ways, one with the regular vag muscles and other version with extra vag muscles. Me Gusta.
 
I'd hit it on a Tuesday. No whining, no cuddling, no need to buy dinner. Perfection.


Indeed. I was reading the other day an article that was called 20 mistakes you don't want to make in your 20's, and one talked about "Free Sex" and that there is no such thing. Finshed with the line "Want a best friend? Buy a puppy. Want great sex? Call an escort."
 
I really need to point out that the Scilons are about as intolerant of criticism as radical Moslems and they will absolutely have people harassed, intimidated and killed.
 
yES, T
The scis are in a sense more adept in the modern system. While they will both harass you the Moslems will just kill you. Scis will harass you until you retract your statement or kill yourself, additionally they will work to discredit you and destroy you in all sectors of your life (fair game). Additionally they will infiltrate any organization who looks into them.
Yes they are elite and adept at yielding authoritarian instruments, but they will literally beat and kill people too.
 
I dunno, Eddie Murphy and Steve Martin joked the shit outta the Mind Head's, and they seem just fine.
 
Well, they do have to pretend to not be sodomites or on psychiatric drugs, and there may be some alcohol stipulation as well. But otherwise it is tailor-made for the affluent modern narcissist.
 
It's really the perfect religion for Hollywood. You don't have to actually change your behavior to receive the social and internal validation of a typical religion. You just have to pay money for them to tell you about yourself (a topic that is wonderful for narcissists anyway). Absolution/redemption in exchange for a week's paycheck. It's beautiful.

The great common denominator among all religions: find a way to pass the hat.
 
Tell it to Josephus A. Horvath. Drowned body found in bathtub with skin scalded off but head above water.
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http://www.nationalledger.com/pop-c...schmidt-commits-sui-161637.shtml#.VLRvj8mOCSo
The man that pleaded guilty in a plot to extort $1 million from actor Tom Cruise using stolen wedding photos was found dead on Friday. The 47-year-old Schmidt was found in a shower stall at a North 21st street condominium in Phoenix, AZ. "He hung himself, and the shower stall was so small, he had to squat to get the job done," a source familiar with the situation told the National Enquirer.
http://nomoreliesscn.blogspot.co.nz/2012/03/scientology-murder-plot-uncovered.html
In shocking testimony under oath before a packed courtroom
and before a panel of city council members, Scientology management staff member
Scott Mayer, who has been a Scientologist for twelve years, testified to
witnessing numerous felonies committed by the Scientology organization including ... plotting the murder of various individuals.

"While I was in the Sea Org, I was instructed to kill another human being by the
Scientology organization," Scott Mayer testified...We were told to kill
them if necessary. I received these orders from Alex Sibryski."

...
Mr. Mayer is not the only Scientologist who has testified that the Scientology
organization has ordered him to commit murder. Scientologist Steve Fishman has also
sworn under oath to have been ordered to murder his psychiatrist, Dr. Geertz, and
then commit suicide.


Mayer also testified about systemic suicides among Scientologists. "On the basis of
my experience, education and training in Scientology, I believe there is a very
strong connection between Scientology and suicide."

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http://www.xenu-directory.net/mirrors/www.whyaretheydead.net/
 
JimmyRustler finally lost it, 5cc of Macallan and Zacapa rum for this fella please!
 
The "church" is the one that was able to bully* the IRS, the IRS!, into giving them tax-exempt status. People on Scientology property keep dying of unnatural causes at a fairly alarming rate. I guess it's just some Stephen King type haunting and not a systematic thing like would make sense from a controlling quack religion with lots of money involved.

Especially in Clearwater, the insinuation that an outsider is responsible is laughable, as it is a cult town. Outsiders are blatantly tailed and watched, and if often intimidated.

*no joke
http://www.forbes.com/sites/peterjr...gal-expert-argues-treaty-is-unconstitutional/
A 1997 New York Times story revealed how Scientology had paid a number of private investigators to personally investigate and surveil IRS officials, financed front groups, including a fake news bureau, to attack the IRS politically, and made an unscheduled visit to the IRS’s national office in Washington D.C., where Hubbard-successor (and current leader) David Miscavige was permitted to meet with then-Commissioner Fred T. Goldberg, a meeting Goldberg denies took place.
Scientology’s aggressive conduct shouldn’t have come as a surprise to the IRS, since nine Scientologists, fourteen years earlier, were convicted on an array of indictments, including burglarizing government offices, in an attempt to infiltrate the IRS among other government agencies, which resulted in prison sentences for each defendant. Some of the goals of “Operation Snow White,” as the infiltration program was internally called, were met when Scientology and the IRS settled in 1993.
 
Given how Islam is called brutal, I must question another religion that has a leader so prone to repeatedly physically assaulting his own workers. It seems obvious that this culture would be even less friendly to those they viewed as dissenters and enemies.
http://www.xenu-directory.net/scienos/david_miscavige1.html

There are all kinds of religious nuts, Islam does not hold the monopoly on that. But they are the only religion, it seems to me, wanting to drag western society down to their goatherd level while forgetting what Arab society has done for the world (albeit a very long long time ago)

It would be like Christians wanting to return to the dark ages where they fucked up science and civilization that had come before.
 
It would be like Christians wanting to return to the dark ages where they fucked up science and civilization that had come before.
I have no idea what this means. Hopefully something beyond the old Galileo trope.
 
I have no idea what this means. Hopefully something beyond the old Galileo trope.

The world was progressing until changes in religious edits in the Middle Ages stalled scientific development. An example would be that Priests, who doubled as physicians could not blood let. So no more leach cures, no more tooth extraction. Science was bad.

Islam wants to impose a religious orientation that is not focussed on when the Arab world was a leader in science but religion over progress. Trembling goatherds who use violence instead of reason
 
I tried to find some evidence of this detriment to science in the Middle Ages attributable to the Church and the bulk of what I find says that things were much better than commonly thought. The clergy were the only educated people beyond the aristocracy, obviously. This also was the time that the university system was started by Catholicism. Up till at least the point of Harvard being founded, divinity was the primary point of academia.
 
I was a history minor and I specialize in Wester European history. Things were not better than commonly thought and most likely worse.
 

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