Please note that this article was taken down after the website owners/company was threatened by the sinister, insidious, law-breaking, psychological abusive CULT of Scientology, of a huge lawsuit. Therefore it has been mirrored. Too bad, ‘church’, you can’t erase what was posted to the internet.
Suing me would prove my point, including millions more. The tekch doesn’t work, OT powers don’t exist, or I wouldn’t have typed this.
“Most of us were a little taken aback when Tom Cruise jumped on the couch on The Oprah Winfrey Show over his love for then new girlfriend, Katie Holmes. We knew he was a Scientologist, but because of the mystery surrounding the religion, we didn’t know whether any of his behavior had to do with Scientology or if he was just a bit off (don’t forget that argument with Matt Lauer about psychiatry).But the secrets of this mysterious “religion,” with celebrities like Cruise and John Travolta as the unofficial spokesmen, have been revealed over time.
First, there was a South Park episode that detailed parts of Scientology’s doctrine in 2005. It was shocking for Non-Scientologists to learn the doctrine that only Scientologists of the highest levels are privy to. This is what the big secret was? Something that could be out of a sci-fi novel? The gist is: Frozen galactic Lord Xenu sent other frozen aliens to earth 75 million years ago and put them in volcanoes. These volcanoes then exploded and now these souls float around to cling to us and cause us pain and problems in our current lives. Scientology’s aim would be to rid us of those once frozen aliens so we could become “clear.”
Which brings us to 2015 and the award winning documentary Going Clear (based on a book of the same name) that completely shredded the veil that separated the general public from the secrets of Scientology. Former members and experts –like The New Yorker writer and author of the book Going Clear, Lawrence Wright – revealed everything from the full doctrine, to disconnection (a form of shunning), to auditing, to billion year contracts minors can sign, to “the hole” as a form of punishment (it’s even worse than it sounds), and other abuses.
But this past year, it would be Leah Remini, a former Scientologist, who would focus specifically on the abuses Scientology has committed in Scientology and the Aftermath, as well as focusing on the mindset of people in the religion and why they do not leave when abused. Just this week, the show was renewed by A&E for a second season, undoubtedly making some parts of Hollywood very unhappy.
Whether Scientology is a religion or a cult is debatable (and people do debate it). But one thing that differentiates it from other religions is the cost. You must pay to “move up the bridge.” Scientology also makes certain promises at each level, motivating people to pay to move up “the bridge” and even pressuring people to pay to “to help save the planet.” So, what does it cost if you aren’t a celebrity but want to be a Scientologist? And what do you get for your money?
Remini has claimed she has spent millions of dollars, but that the average person pays over a quarter of a million dollars in their lifetime (as well as spending hours each day studying their teachings).
There are twelve basic books a Scientologist needs to buy. These cost about $4,000. But there is a catch. Every time there is an update to the books (as in oh, we missed this part of L. Ron Hubbard’s writings last time but now it’s fixed), a Scientologist needs to buy a new set. Apparently, this happens quite often. There is also pressure to buy sets to donate to libraries as well as to buy CDs and lectures from the now deceased founder’s, L. Ron Hubbard, teachings.
The most basic level courses can cost as little as $15 to $35. Remini says these courses are used to hook people so that eventually they will pay a much steeper price to reach higher levels in the religion. Frankly, it’s good business sense not to ask for much at the beginning. It’s only once people are fully entrenched that the bills start to mount.
In order to become “clear” and reach complete spiritual enlightenment, one has to climb “The Bridge to Total Freedom.” These courses are about $650 each but there are a lot of them and they can also require hours of studying. Some courses, Remini claims, require studying from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m seven days a week.
The upside? Once you get to the higher levels like Remini did, you’re promised that you can move things with your mind or even cure cancer. Former members, like Remini, claim they never experienced such this, though.
The simplest way to explain auditing is to call it therapy, but that is not wholly accurate. It involves a machine called the E-Meter (which is technically one-half of a lie detector test) that Scientologists believe has the capability to measure the mass of thoughts.
The auditor is able to read the E-Meter to tell if an individual is “clear” or not. The church charges around $800 per hour and auditing is a necessary part of moving up The Bridge. You can’t skip it.
The church may also require you to do extra auditing if they think you are committing “transgressions.” Many types of religions require you to make amends or confess if you have erred or sinned. But they don’t charge you $800 an hour to do it. By the way, it may be $800 an hour but a minimum session is two and a half hours long.
And that’s just the bare bones. Members are pressured to give to certain Scientology causes and to constantly continue up the bridge. Once you reach the highest levels, you would still require auditing.
Since the Church of Scientology has tax exemption status – hence their do or die rally against the IRS in the 1993 – their coffers are full AF of cash they don’t have to pay taxes on. If you think it’s messed up, then don’t miss Leah Remini’s next season of Scientology and the Aftermath. According to Remini and the victims on the show, the money is the smallest abuse this “church” commits against its followers.”
M3/M3GreatRiffs: Relentless comment spamming, artificial subscriber generation, via hundreds of dummy youtube accountsPosted: February 22, 2017 | |
I’m sure you came across his comment from one of a few hundred youtube accounts, telling you he makes vlogs too, that he checked out your channel, then gave the video a like, or moved his channel. Unfortunately, it’s a load of crap. He never checked out your videos or channel, he never gave it a ‘like’ either.
More than likely that comment of his, quoted below, ended up in the “suspected spam” section of your comments area. It never publicly made it on your video, because well, it is in fact… Spam.
His two scripted comments:
Nice buddy, been checking out your stuff, I gave your vid here a like! You ing alright today? I do vlogs myself, if you wanna check them out, I’m trying to be pretty consistent with putting them out. They’re here: https://www.youtube.com/user/M3GreatRiffs keep up the good work!
That’s cool buddy, I gave you a like. You have some good vids, been watching for awhile. How long have you been doing the Youtube thing? I do vlogs myself, I’ve been trying to be pretty consistent. I had to move my channel, if you’d like you can check it out here:https://www.youtube.com/user/M3GreatRiffs Subscribe if you like me!
If you see any of the quoted comments above, just do a web search. You will be quite surprised by the sheer amount of accounts used (far more than what shows up) by him, and checking his channel out, he has far less views. That sums it up quite obviously.
Using deception and lies is the worst way to “gain” subscribers, and that is exactly what he is doing, along with paying for subscribers using a number of paid services, only 2-5% actually watch his videos, or just watched one and moved on.
Now for the last part: Call him out. I did so with four videos, and I haven’t seen anymore spam from him ever since. Besides that, I took it a step further to educate others who were mislead by his bots, by replying to their comments on his channel. He deleted them at first, then after I persisted (when he wasn’t online, it’s easy to tell) to reply again after he deleted them multiple times, he blocked me.
Anyways, that is all I gotta say about the guy. He won’t last, he won’t have real subscribers in the millions. He needs help, maybe a shrink. But I won’t go any further, I don’t believe in insulting him, and I shall move on.
Citizens Commission (Against, Violating) on Human Rights (CCHR) Scientology Front is at 788 King Street West in TorontoPosted: August 18, 2013 | |
Just to alert people about this nonsense, the church (cult) of scientology is going to be hiding behind a front group known as CCHR at 788 King Street West at Bathurst (or Niagara street, just a block away, near stanley park ) with their misleading seminar and all, slandering psychiatry and saying it’s very evil.
It would be very great to protest every single day! I did today, somebody who lives in that area DOES NOT want the cult to be there at all either. I hope more anons, critics, Ex-Scientologists also join in as the days go by. DO NOT be afraid at all! Bring a buddy if you must. It is not wise to do it alone at all, unless you can handle yourself physically and mentally.
This way, their fair game and bull-baiting doesn’t work and you don’t get sucked in yourself! I am writing this entry to educate people who search for it. I would hate to see people get sucked into the cult of scientology! Worst of all, they never use scientology in any of their front groups! It is a very evil thing they do. Scientology is after your mind, family, money, CHILDREN and your sanity.
Don’t be sucked in, fooled or tricked. For those in that can think for themselves, BLOW, Think, Run, Escape while you still can!!
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So it started off with one anon at the usual location, in front of the Org, they didn’t close the blinds, that is, until the second showed up, when I started yelling through the megaphone before being told to move across the street by the country style owner. I moved back across with the other anon upon his arrival, made late due to transit delays and construction.
Once I started shouting at over 180 Db, Mario closed the doors, it had no effect, I kept it up every so often and people were looking. We talked to some critics and some handlers, it was quite amusing to say the least and for one thing, it actually was more entertaining than the last one. One anon, barely gets any attention, when there’s two or more, then people notice.
The handler got handled by us and also got ripped apart by a critic, he eventually got too nervous and left. Are we too much to handle? Lol. I guess we were. There also was a section of the video (that I caught) of two people going the wrong way through a one-way street. What a bunch of assholes. They’ll be on the web in that video too. I thought to myself, “what were they thinking?”, If they wanted to cause an accident, that was the bad idea, it wouldn’t have been a smart one either.
All in all, a great turnout. Looking forward to the next one.
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So it started after we entered the big park behind the ontario science centre, we got some booze and used code to define it, drunk up a storm and remained sober, then we headed to the annex live. We performed a few tracks, homebrews, spot on creations of randomness, (video won’t be linked, sorry) and got totally hammered. The best part about it: we are all randomly leveled drunk, high, etc. High on beer that is, nothing hard or and better than a few jugs. It was fucking brilliantly awesome.
Edward really let loose this time and wasn’t even drunk after five drinks. Quite surprising, maybe he could have had more? I think so… Maybe next few weekends. Things might be crazy, insane or extreme with the music. Who knows, magic happens when we get wild with our music, mostly sober a majority of the time and rarely drunk and jamming out. One day, we might perform drunk for YOU to rate.
But who knows. I have to get home tripping out and drunk, so yeah, it’ll be slow, chaotic and awesome at the same time. I just wish my bike had a magaphone built-in for next time. Things would be so damn great regardless. I’m outside the gig location at bathurst and brunswick and dizzy as hell. I bet satan gave me an arm to rest on, or broke his guitar strings. Lolz.
PEACE!!! Yeah, I wrote this drunk, but there aren’t even any spelling errors. 😉