vendredi 28 octobre 2016

Weird Scientology ADD handling????

I was told recently by a person who hates Scientology with a passion about a weird Scientology practice that I have never heard of. Perhaps one of you have?

This ADD cure that was going on some 30 years ago, according to this person, involved waking the person up in the middle of the night, and taking them through the house and pointing out objects that had signs on them. Stuff like a clock would have a sign saying CLOCK, or a door would be labeled DOOR. Sort of like a life sized clay demo.

Any idea what the hell this was or if it was even a Scientology practice? I remember something vaguely like that, but I thought is was some sort of thing to train your kid to read, and I have never seen any red on white or green and white about it.

I was wondering if they did that in conjunction with a purif to run out Ritalan to break the ADD?

Weird Scientology ADD handling????

jeudi 27 octobre 2016

Video game Watch Dogs 2 Parodies Tom Cruise & Scientology

Video game Watch Dogs 2 Parodies Tom Cruise & Scientology.

Playstation Trophies: Watch Dogs 2 Parodies Tom Cruise & Scientology

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We recently had the opportunity to play Watch Dogs 2, and this time (instead of focusing on the free-play elements of the game like last time), we decided to tackle some of the game's story missions. Light spoilers abound from here on out.

We had the opportunity to play the game from the very start until about four hours in, and in that time we had full access to the early part of the story. The story missions are good fun - and incredibly varied - so we thought we'd show you how to tackle one of the earliest missions the game has on offer: taking down the New Dawn cult.

So in the video below, we take on a church that's suspiciously similar to the Church of Scientology, and go and 'audit' a famous action actor called Jimmy Siska. Check out our gameplay video below:

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Mobile and Apps: 'Watch Dogs 2': Church Of Scientology, Tom Cruise Parody In Game's Side Mission?

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Ubisoft may be inviting a bit of controversy with its upcoming game "Watch Dogs 2," especially from the Church of Scientology.

According to Polygon, the upcoming game will feature tons of side missions, and in one of these missions, protagonist Marcus Holloway is tasked to infiltrate an organization that closely resembles the Church of Scientology.

Marcus will also be speaking with one character within the organization which suspiciously sounds like one of the church's high profile members, "Mission Impossible" actor Tom Cruise.

In the video, Marcus and his Dedsec crew talk about fictional religious sect New Dawn taking down one of their videos, and Marcus would have to pretend to audit Jimmy Siska, New Dawn's high profile spokesperson.

During an interview with VentureBeat, Ubisoft's content director and "hacking consultant" Thomas Geffroyd talked about fictionalizing corporation names to be used in the game.

"I think it'll be pretty clear to everyone who we're emulating," Geffroyd said. "Some of the names will ring a bell."

Speaking about emulating the religious sect, Geffroyd said, "The False Prophets would be an example. It's inspired by Project Chanology, which was the first major Anonymous operation. It was a way to give them a little wink. But I promise you we have some pretty funky stuff in there."

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Video game Watch Dogs 2 Parodies Tom Cruise & Scientology

My story in Scientology

I'm going to tell my story bit by bit - here's my first bit, copied over from the new members introduction forum.

Finding the OT Levels

OK, so, I had been off staff for a few years, and paid off a £12,000+ freeloader bill. I would go into the Org now and again, and had about £2,000 in my account. Being in need of a stat one week, someone in the Org decided that I needed a Sec Check, which, coincidentally, ended up using the £2,000 I had in my account. At the time, I knew I didn’t need a Sec Check, but decided that the tech people knew best, and went along with it. Anyway, there came a point in the Sec Check, as I was starting to feel worse and worse, when it suddenly occurred to me that the Church might not actually be capable of getting me ‘up the Bridge’. That started a chain of thought rolling.

Meanwhile, having extricated myself partially from Org life, I had managed to get myself back on track with my wog life somewhat, by going to university (I had abandoned a place at university previously to join staff). (Hummingbird: there – I’ve narrowed it down from 3 to 1 :-P)

Sitting in the university computer room, with the Fishman documents in front of me on the screen, I had OTI to OTVIII links, plus other confidential stuff, begging me to open them. I took a deep breath. Inserted a floppy disk into the computer’s disk drive, and then paused. “Once I click on these, it’s going to take them maybe an hour to get to me. OK, Go!!!” I knew there was a good chance I wouldn’t have time to read them there before they got to me somehow, so I downloaded them to the floppy, and then dumped the entire set of files to a dot matrix printer in the next room. I then took the floppy, and the printout (several hundred pages, including the pages and pages and pages of OTII implant platens) and rushed out of the building. My heart pounded all the way home. I didn’t really think they would physically come for me, but I had thought that they might somehow be able to detect that I was downloading them, and stop the download, or SOMETHING. Or perhaps they WOULD come for me.

Reading the OT levels was a whole thing in itself. I wasn’t too worried about OTI, but II and III had me really scared. I spent a whole afternoon with OTIII. Read one line, pause, wait, “am I still OK?” Then read the next line, heart pounding. I got through the story of Xenu like that. When I got to the technical stuff (I won’t give the details here) I was really panicking, and I did feel a little unwell (but I’ll tell you more about what happened to me after reading it in a later post). In the end, I just COULDN’T READ the details of the incidents, on that day. I really felt like it was possible I would cave in and die.

Later that evening, I rushed to a friend’s place of work (he worked night shift). He was ex-SO, and disaffected with the local org, and read the stuff with fascination. I would later show two or three other almost-exes the same materials.

More later….
My story in Scientology

Out for years - it's taken this long to post here

Hi All,

I've been reading ESMB and other sites for years now, but never got around to joining and posting my story. I've been thinking of posting for the last couple of days, and so here I am....

I'll get around to posting my full story soon, but for now here's a thumbnail sketch:

I got into Scn at around the age of 16, after getting a leaflet shoved into my hand about Dianetics, and subsequently buying the book. Did a couple of courses (the How to Achieve Effective Communication Course - a forerunner of the Success Through Communication Course), hesitated, left for about a year, then went back. I ended up joining staff and working in Div 6 briefly. I quickly got sick of the working conditions (living on £3.50 per week, which was more or less what I earned most weeks) and asked to route off. In response, I was asked to join the TTC (Tech. Training Corps) and train up to Grad V. I knew it was off policy, but I was there for the auditor training and auditing, so I went for it. Did up to Class 3 at St. Hill, then got ripped off of that to go to ITO (International Training Org) to train as a Key to Life Review Auditor. Finished up to class 4 there, and did KTL/LOC and the review auditor training. Got back to my org, and then left staff within a month or two. I stayed onlines (sort of) as a public after that, but then after a couple of years I decided to have a peek at the OT levels online, and showed them to some others in a similar situation to me (who were also doing the hokey cokey with respect to whether to stay onlines. I eventually got declared for this. I'll tell you what happened when I eventually decided to audit the OT levels myself at home in a later post....

A couple of random thoughts: (1) After getting off staff, I attended several events. I remember attending the "War is Over" event. When Miscavige issued the punchline, people were clapping and cheering. I remember thinking "what the hell has this got to do with spirituality? Tax exemption? Really?" It really got me thinking carefully about what I was doing in there.
(2) At one event in St. Hill, an old friend of mine who was in the SO proudly brought over a Class XII auditor to talk to me. I think he was expecting me to be in awe, and to sign up for some big service, or something. Instead, I went right down her throat. About how the Church was scamming people, didn't care about spiritual progress, all about the money, so many injustices, etc etc. I fully expected to be marched out of St. Hill. Instead, I was startled to see that the Class XII couldn't handle me. She had no idea how to respond to me. With hindsight, I suppose it was because, being from Flag, she must have seen many ludicrous cycles take place, in which people had been fleeced or whatever; she could probably see my point.

OK, that's a thumbnail sketch. There's a lot more detail, and I will try to tell my story bit by bit in another thread later.

Wilbur (not my real name).
Out for years - it's taken this long to post here

songs to make you vote

Here's some songs to get you inspired to vote :yes:

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Tom Cruise hails as "beautiful"

I leave this here without comment:
Tom Cruise hails as "beautiful"

Your Body Thetans won't be satisfied with anything but Spiritual Rescue Technology

Your Body Thetans won't be satisfied with anything less than Post-Scientology Spiritual Rescue Technology.

Possibly Helpful Advice: Once you open the door to communicating with spirits, you cannot shut it again

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There are practices which enable you to communicate with spirits and all of these have the effect of waking up the spirits surrounding you. Once these beings are woken up, they tend to participate in everything you do.

Spiritual Rescue Technology (SRT) is not the only practice that communicates with spirits. Scientology OT Levels, Ron’s Org OT levels, Knowledgism upper levels, and the National Spiritualist Association of Churches all invoke spirits and enable open communication with them.

If you involve yourself in any of these practices and then go on to some other practice that uses rituals or repetitive questions or repeated chants to a higher power, you will get adverse reactions that you don’t expect.


The bottom line is if you want to sample a lot of different spiritual practices, make Spiritual Rescue Technology your last choice. SRT will increase your psychic ability and you will become aware of thoughts and forces you never perceived before.

If you want to dabble in other practices after using SRT, your entities may give you a bit of trouble and you won’t be able to fix it until you get more SRT counseling from a trained SRT counselor.

Once you do SRT, your entities will not want to go back. You have been warned.

David St Lawrence

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Your Body Thetans won't be satisfied with anything but Spiritual Rescue Technology