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Scientology Exposed Part 2

Scientology Exposed Part 2

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Scientology Exposed Part 2
Scientology has been exposed by me and others for years. They have been an organization thatis consumed with controversy and a strange cosmology. The countdown to 2011 is here. It is likea new day in the ever changing world of society. Learning knowledge, wisdom, and newinformation is a lifetime experience with me. It’s just a few years from 2012 too. Only God whatwill truly occur in 2012. One thing is for certain. New adventurers, new stories, and newchallenges will come about in 2011 and 2012.
I do enjoy getting information from differentpoints of view from across the political spectrum. In that way, I can receive as muchinformation as possible in order for me to make a rational decision on decipher political orsocial matters. I will be limited my own thinking if I was limited in what places I desire toget information from. This is why in 2010, I oppose GMO foods, I don’t agree with this neo-Crusade called the war on terror, and I support personal Nationalism among all peoples.
Ifyou keep the faith, do what is right, and endure until the end, then you willhave that crown of glory in the afterlife
I like to expose Scientology, because I love todescribe controversial subjects. Also, this information can inspire people to learn more about thisgroup. Now, Richard Holbrooke passed away, there are debates about taxes, and there is adiscussion about the state of our health care system in America. Now, it's time to do anotherexpose on it since again I love to expose cults. Also, people can learn to wake up and leave suchorganizations. Scientology was invented by the con artist L. Ron Hubbard. The odd thing is that Ididn't realize how strange the clique of Scientology was until a few years ago. Scientology’s ownwebsite believes that man is basically god and salvation is by his or her own doing to attainbrotherhood with the Universe. Scientologists believe that man is an immortal, spiritual beings.Hubbard view immortal spirits as thetans who forgotten their identity and became deceived by theUniverse that they mentally emanated in order to amuse themselves. This is Gnosticism 101since they blame the physical Universe for bringing man into existence in the physical form (or
MEST. MEST is short for matter, energy, space, and time). They love the occult since theybelieve that man can realize his or her true powers. Hubbard claimed that a spirit entity guidedhim throughout his life. . In life, even the Word of God mentions that mankind is sinful and can’tsave his or herself (Romans 3:23, 5:12, Ephesians 2:8-9).
We read in Romans 3:12, "
They areall gone out of the way, they are together become unprofitable; there is none that doethgood, no, not one.
" So, it’s our job as humans to repent to GOD for our sins, and moveforward in honor, excellent, and discernment in order to assist the human race to moveforward in the real endeavors of life.
One of the great legal minds of our century is Oxfordeducated Lord Chancellor Hailsham. He has twice held the highest office open to lawyersin England, that of Lord Chancellor, as well as being the Minister of Education andMinister of Science and Technology. He comments, "I do not find [Scientology's]philosophical conceptions adequate to support [its] theories...the factual basis on whichthey claim to have produced good results on individuals do not seem to me to be fullysubstantiated." [
Lord Chancellor Hailsham, "The Door Wherein IWent," _The Simon Greenleaf Law Review_ 4, 1984-85, 51].
Scientology is wrong for locking people up.
There are over 2 dozen allegations thatScientology has held people against their wills. These acts were done by regularScientologists not rogue people in their Scientology framework. One piece of evidence ofScientology’s extreme behavior is how Lisa McPherson was held against her will for 17days according to Scientology's own logs
. She died in their custody and the state of Florida.Some decided not to prosecute the 2 felony charges filed against Scientology in her death. This isinteresting since Scientology's worldwide headquarters is in Clearwater, Florida. There waspressure to get the medical examiner to make a partial change in the cause of death. Scientologysettled the lawsuit made by McPherson's family in May 2004 with the detail being keptconfidential. They or Scientologists lie too. Scientology claims to have scientific basis for theirprocesses when they don't. They definitely lie and claim that Scientology is compatible to otherbeliefs like Christianity when it's not. Scientologists talk about Xenu, space planes, nukingvolcanoes, thetans, and other ridiculous concepts that have nothing to do with Christianity or real,authentic Christian theology at all.
Scientology even lies in claiming to be the fastest growing religion in the world with only 8 millionmembers. They obsessed with vitamins and audits that even supersede legally prescribedmedical treatment. Scientology has done crimes and has been convicted of fraud in Franceagainst L. Ron Hubbard ironically. There was the Operation Freakout. This was whenScientologists harassed Paulette Cooper or the author of the "The Scandal of Scientology." Theplan was to have Cooper incarcerated in a mental institution or jailed (or hit her so hard that shedrops her attack. The plan desired to make it seem that Cooper was planning bomb threats aswell). L. Ron Hubbard in 1978 used Operation Snow White where he ordered a group of his ownfollowers to infiltrate government agencies, including the IRS. Scientologists wanted to findpersonal information on Scientology's critics, remove incriminating info about the church fromrecords, and get tax exemption status for the cult. High ranking Scientologist were jailed andconvicted like even Hubbard's wife Mary Sue. They were breaking into the IRS for years to stealdocuments and tap phones. This is one of the largest forms of infiltration of the U.S. governmentin history. L. Ron Hubbard died a fugitive. He was convicted of fraud and sentenced to 4 years inprison. The fair game policy of Scientology is to seek to trick, sue, lie, or destroy if enemies oftheir group exist. Many people who were Scientologists died mysteriously like Josephus A.Havenith, Margarit Winkelmann, Peter E. Frei, Heribert Pfaff (He died of a seizure in his hotel inAugust 1988. This was after Scientologists took him off his seizure medication and placed himinstead on a program of vitamins and minerals), Jeremy Perkins, and others.
The following quote is from
Time Magazine
; May 6, 1991; Page 50; SpecialReport (cover story); by Richard Behar;
The Thriving Cult of Greed and Power 
“…The Church of Scientology, started by science-fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard to"clear" people of unhappiness, portrays itself as a religion. In reality the church isa hugely profitable global racket that survives by intimidating members and criticsin a Mafia-like manner. At times during the past decade, prosecutions againstScientology seemed to be curbing its menace. Eleven top Scientologists,including Hubbard's wife, were sent to prison in the early 1980s for infiltrating,burglarizing and wiretapping more than 100 private and government agencies inattempts to block their investigations. In recent years hundreds of longtimeScientology adherents -- many charging that they were mentally of physicallyabused -- have quit the church and criticized it at their own risk. Some have suedthe church and won; others have settled for amounts in excess of $500,000. Invarious cases judges have labeled the church "schizophrenic and paranoid" and"corrupt, sinister and dangerous."
"I'd like to start a religion. That's where the money is."
- L. Ron Hubbard to LloydEshbach in 1949; quoted by Eshbach in
Over My Shoulder 
Famous celebrities are in Scientology and not too many people know about its real history or itsreal doctrines at all. Hubbard was a science fiction writer. Elfman, Alley, John Travolta and TomCruise promoted Scientology. L. Ron Hubbard believed in the Satanist Aleister Crowley's agenda,but even Aleister Crowley rejected him as an extremist. Crowley signs his named as the Beast(He wrote about the Master Therion). L. Ron Hubbard admitted that the views of Scientology triedto mimic Crowley's views in his 1952 taped lecture in his own following words: "...Our wholeactivity tends to make an individual completely independent of any limitations...Aleister Crowleyhad some interesting things to say about this. He wrote the Book of the Law..."L. Ron Hubbard wrote his book called "Dianetics" that was used as a foundation or springboard topromote the essential doctrines of that cult of Scientology.
His own son called L. Ron Hubbardin the following terms: "...The funny thing, is that the actual truth is about as far out asScientology itself. Really, the basic situation of Scientology, which is rather hidden and

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