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Scientology Religious ‘Order’ called ‘Sea Orgs’ Forced Abortions on Members Comments

Members of this 'inner circle' of devotees are required to sign a contract agreeing to serve Sea Org 'for the next billion years.' Continue Reading

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  1. Birdie
    4 years ago

    In this series of videos, Steven Fishman explains how the Church of Scientology told him he was the real Father of Jesus Christ and that Mary was actually impregnated by his "seed" while bathing in a spring.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKTveC__FMs

  2. Mary McConnell
    4 years ago

    This is quite a cult. Excellent article here. You sure did your research. Please keep bringing information to the forefront about Scientology. Thank you.

  3. THE RONBOT HUNTER
    4 years ago

    The Staff will force the abortion of a child to any that they have labeled as PTS or down-stat.

    And if even you are not getting sick, but have a relative they target as against them, they will attack him, by making you kill the un-born child.

    They are losing all around the world and they are using fair-game against their own members.

    As a group fails, it goes insane trying to find the solution, their conditions formula is not working any more, thus the killings.

    THE RONBOT HUNTER
    ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

  4. Ray Serra
    5 years ago

    Scientology is a fraudulent cult that sells non existant services for money. It is nothing else but that.

  5. Mark
    5 years ago

    I see today they are ahead of us in investigating in Australia:

    "Scientology is not a religious organisation; it is a criminal organisation that hides behind its so-called religious belief."

    Senator Xenophon tabled a letter from Perth man Aaron Saxton, in which he admits to torture and blackmail while working for the Church of Scientology in Australia and at its American headquarters between 1989 and 1996.

    Mr Saxton says he assisted in the "forced confinement and torture" of a female church member who was kept under "house arrest" on a farm in western NSW for a month.

    "Several abortions were ordered as well," his letter states.

    See: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/scientology-criminal-says-senator-nick-xenophon/story-e6frg6nf-1225799077820

  6. Bulbajer
    5 years ago

    Loa, I agree.

  7. Loa
    5 years ago

    In response to Wendy,
    Loa is only commenting on whether this is a religion or not; that just because it's unconventional compared to western religions doesn't make it any less so.

    The other aspects I mad no comment on. But there's no religion on this earth that has not had it's scandals...and that includes the Catholic Church...and some of it's past Popes.

  8. Lilly von Marcab
    5 years ago

    Here is some audio of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard describing the cult's "deadly" do-it-yourself abortion technique:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7x1zNK4mgU

  9. Bulbajer
    5 years ago

    I agree with Wendy. The argument here is nothing to do with the worship or absence of worship of God; it's about the abuses made public. Of course, the media (MSM or not) will do anything to make a small, unconventional religion look like a cult, so I'm prepared to believe that Scientology is not as cultish as it's made out to be, but it still sounds fishy to me.

  10. The Ronbot Hunter
    5 years ago

    You should ask any ex-scientologist about the Godless cult. We will tell you the same story. It is a scam and a fraud.

    All they care about is money.

    $5000,000 dollars later you will learn that bugs are crawling over your soul and you must pay more to have them removed.

    You will learn that you are descended from space aliens and that only the blacks lived on Earth before Scientologists were brought to planet earth.

    That your enemies 75,000,000,000 years ago were psychiatrists and they are still trying to kill you.

    The lies, scams and frauds are many.

    THE RONBOT HUNTER
    ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


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