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« on: July 27, 2009, 01:27:11 AM »

1. Is David Miscavige a Scientologist?

The answer is no. If the Scientologist simply looks at the Church in PT, they will see that that what exists inside of the Church is a mock up of Scientology, specifically a counterfeit form of the Tech that was created by David Miscavige and is dramatized by him on a daily basis. The Church of Scientology does not work in its present form because it has been designed to fail. If Psychiatry has a hidden data line into the Church, it stands to reason that the hidden data line must be David Miscavige. Only a psychotic would put the Church in such grave danger of collapse. And yet this is what David Miscavige has done and continues to do daily. Each week brings new troubles and bad PR to the Church. This must be because David Miscavige wants it this way. He is not doing anything to get the Church out of the dwindling spiral.

David Miscavige calls empty buildings that deliver no services Ideal Orgs. How can an empty, non-producing building be an ideal scene? Empty buildings cause Scientology's critics to mock the Church and this is what David Miscavige wants because he allows the buildings to remain empty. The biggest single embarrassment in all of Scientology is the unfinished Super Power Building. David Miscavige has chosen to leave the building noticeably unfinished for over ten years. This incomplete cycle allows Scientology's critics to mock the Church, this although Scientologists generously donated $70 million dollars specifically to build, finish, and open the Super Power Building to deliver the Super Power Rundown.

David Miscavige recently brought further shame and humiliation upon the Church when the physical beatings he inflicts upon his helpless subordinates received negative press coverage that was read globally. Compounding the matter, David Miscavige had Tommy Davis overrun on processing so that Davis delivered an embarrassing and profanity-laden diatribe that was recorded and listened to by millions of people. Only an SP would harm the Church in this way. David Miscavige is an enemy of Scientology and of the Church. That is the only conclusion that can be drawn from his behavior.

David Miscavige is having the Church deliver an altered tech. Processing has secretly become an indoctrination into a false Scientology. Auditing therefore has as its EP the fear of the Church and a dependence upon the Church. This is why Scientologists have become weak-willed, introverted, and full of contradictions and self-loathing. As originally conceived of by LRH, the Church was supposed to increase one's abilities to the point where they became spiritually free and pan determined. This is clearly not the case in David Miscavige's nightmarish version of Scientology. With this point of view in mind, the remaining six questions need to be asked and considered. The word "Church" in the following text is defined as, "the false and harmful version of Scientology."
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« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2009, 01:29:46 AM »

2. Can the Scientologist be educated?

After having been indoctrinated in the false and harmful version of Scientology, the Scientologist cannot be truly educated in any way by the non-Scientology world, except for perhaps acting or singing classes that pose no threat to the indoctrination of the Church. Even then, the Scientologist must obtain permission from ecclesiastical authorities to participate in functions outside of the Church. The ecclesiastical authorities of the Church strongly discourage, and often forbid, the Scientologist from reading, listening to, or viewing any secular content. Innocuous movies that are not restimulative are sometimes permitted by the ecclesiastical authorities of the Church. The Scientologist must be protected from any form of education or entertainment that would disturb the integrity of the Church's secret indoctrination and thought control techniques that are designed to reduce awareness while gradiently extracting money in an out exchange fashion.
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« Reply #2 on: July 27, 2009, 10:23:48 PM »

3. What does the Scientologist who is in the Church in PT actually know about the real Scientology?

The Church wants its members to be ignorant of the real Scientology. This is why David Miscavige has declared so many LRH-trained Tech and Qual staff members during the past twenty-five years. The Church implants Scientologists with falsehoods and distortions about the real Scientology. This is why the Basics omitted LRH original content. This is why cases are stalled. The Scientologist cannot be truly educated about the real Scientology under the present out ethics management. The Scientologist is instead programmed to focus only on David Miscavige’s products and false purposes. Virtually all of the LRH-trained Tech and Qual staff members are in the Freezone. Why is this?
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« Reply #3 on: July 28, 2009, 09:12:07 AM »

4. Why does David Miscavige make Scientologists afraid of the internet?

Because he does not want Scientologists learning the facts about who he is and how he illegally took over the Church. David Miscavige has indoctrinated Scientologists to believe that all truth and knowledge must RTC approved and paid for in advance. This makes many Scientologist suspicious of truth and knowledge that is available for free online. The Church's altered doctrine of exchange forbids the Scientologist from accepting any form of truth or knowledge that is not delivered in a course pack or authored by the LRH Library, which Library produces altered LRH products. The Scientologist in the Church who educates him or herself about David Miscavige or the real Scientology will be declared an SP.
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« Reply #4 on: July 28, 2009, 09:13:01 AM »

5. Is the Scientologist ignorant?

Sadly, the answer is yes. The Scientologist is kept in a high state of ignorance by the false Church. Increasing levels of ignorance and unconsciousness are falsely called "case gain" by the ecclesiastical authorities in the Church. The Scientologist is kept completely unaware of the non-Scientology world except as it concerns income producing activities. Ignorance passes for spiritual purity in the false Church.
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« Reply #5 on: July 30, 2009, 12:01:04 AM »

                6. Is there hope for the Scientologist?

There is considerable hope. Each day sees more Scientologists leaving the Church of Scientology as an ethical action. David Miscavige is cited as the common reason, or motivator, for the Scientologist to resign from their activities in the Church. The degradation, instability, and poor quality of the products being delivered in the Church is another frequent reason cited for resigning from the Church. The harsh, arbitrary, and expensive ethics cycles is yet another frequently reason for resigning from the Church.

7. Does the Scientologist regain their ability to be educated and spiritually enlightened after they leave the Church?

Most definitely. The commonly reported phenomenon is that the Scientologist who has just left the Church becomes extremely engaged in reading large amounts of material in order to learn the truth about the Church. This accelerated post-Church learning curve is fast, voluminous, and is heightened by the pleasure of meeting Scientologists who have also resigned from the Church. When Scientologists meet outside of the Church, they are able to openly discuss their thoughts, feelings, and even their case in an atmosphere of complete freedom that they have not known for years or decades. Due to the large number of Scientologists who have resigned from the Church, the spiritual healing and help that is available is enormous. True education and spiritual freedom do not exist inside of the Church. David Miscavige and his inner circle are the enemies of the Scientologist.

The decision to resign from the Church is yours to make at any time you wish. There will be consequences, but the consequences of remaining in the Church are far greater. LRH said that you need to be your best friend. As your best friend, what would you suggest to yourself right now as the best course of action? What specific actions will further your survival, sanity, happiness, and freedom? 

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