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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. Susan
    5 years ago

    This is an outrage!

  2. D
    5 years ago

    I found this site which can address your questions about Scientology. I certainly find it helpful to understand this sick cult.

    http://www.bringyou.to/apologetics/p89.htm

  3. Sandra Torres
    5 years ago

    There is a darker side to Scientology. L Ron Hubbard brags to being a good friend of Aliester Crowley the infamous satanist. Scientology is satanic in origin. That is why its symbol is the crossed out Christian cross. I will include the scientologists in my prayers. They group is not pro-life or pro-family.

  4. Jane
    5 years ago

    The greatest victim of the this vile Scientology scam are the members. That it cloaks itself as a "religion" is an insult.

  5. John Doore
    5 years ago

    It is my understanding that at one point the Sea Org members in Clearwater, FL were allowed to have children. However, the demands on the parents' time was so great that they rarely saw their children. The schools the cult set up to educate the children were failing at controlling the kids, let alone educating them, and as the kids got older they ended up hanging out on the streets of Clearwater and causing trouble.

    It also looked bad when groups of Scientology kids as young as nine and ten would be seen smoking cigarettes. Hubbard was a chain smoker, and thought nicotine rid the body of radiation, and was healthy.

    This hurt the image of Scientology. Children were only a burden, when the parents earned such low wages to begin with.

    So, they instituted a tacit policy of forced abortions, unless a woman wanted to leave the Sea Org.

  6. Mark
    5 years ago

    Thank you for writing this article.I also have read about Kyle and was sickened over how he died. Kyle Brennan was not a Scientologist-he was a Catholic.

  7. Jenny Flowers
    5 years ago

    Well said, indeed. Hard to believe the COS has gotten a free pass on this point alone. Imagine the lawsuits if General Electric, for example, bullied its female executives to get abortions.

    What also strikes me is the bait and switch dishonesty when it comes to real religion. They tell you that Scientology is compatible with other religions. Then when the mind control sinks in and you have paid countless dollars, you learn that Jesus, Muhammad and Buddha, where merely holographic projections imposed by the galactic overlord Xenu. Indeed, Hubbard's Scientology, if it is a religion, is one of the few religions that expressly calls Jesus a phony. Nope, I think Hubbard was the phony.

  8. AnonLover
    5 years ago

    Thank you for covering this outrageous policy of coerced abortions. The power trip of the Scientology Empire justifies this atrocity as "serving the greater good" which means making more $$$ at the sake of basic human rights being denied to Sea Org members. For more information on the Abortion angle, see http://www.xenu-directory.net/practices/seaorgabortion1.html

  9. Bulbajer
    5 years ago

    I know we're supposed to regard all religions with a certain amount of respect, but I have to say that this Scientology thing is trying my patience. It's not so much the beliefs but the cultish attitude and the contradiction.

  10. Anonymous Believer
    5 years ago

    "Somebody somewhere on this planet, back about 600 BC, found some pieces of R6 [alien implant], and I don't know how they found it, either by watching madmen or something, but since that time they have used it and it became what is known as Christianity. THE MAN ON THE CROSS. THERE WAS NO CHRIST." - $cientology founder L. Ron Hubbard (caps mine)

    Source, in his own voice:

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrMJUDkDWqc


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