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Since its founding 60 years ago
by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard,
High profile celebrity members promote the church's works,
but Scientology's true nature remains clouded in mystery.
What is it they don't want you to know?
Scientology's tenets reflect the beliefs and practices
of science fiction writer
from wounds received in war, Hubbard wrote Dianetics.
Scientologists claim that techniques in the book
can awaken latent super powers.
include the transmission of secrets
- like how an intergalactic overlord named Xenu
trapped humans on Earth 75 million years
were perhaps trillions of years old.
Through the years they accumulate
many fears and psychosomatic illnesses.
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members are taught how Xenu brought the thetans to Earth
in interstellar space planes.
to protest criminal charges brought against Scientologists.
Charges have been brought in multiple
sparked a feud with the
Anonymous in 2008.
that Xenu paralyzed billions of thetans,
heaped them into volcanoes,
and then detonated H-Bombs
vaporizing and trapping them
in our "meat bodies."
Members sign a 1 billion year contract,
extending their employment
go to great lengths to retain celebrity members
like John Travolta and
as a science fiction writer in the 1930's.
His works became the Scientology Scriptures - more than
half a million pages and thousands of
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have accused the Church of forcing them to get abortions
as Sea Org does not permit children and
claim to help a person eradicate the harmful fears
accumulated through the aeons and become
of a divine being or the nature of ultimate reality,
so members are free to believe what they
wish about this.
What other secrets do Scientologists