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Sites Removed From the Google search engine due to Legal Threats by Scientology (New York Post 3/22/02)

http://www.xenu.net

http://www.clambake.org

Scientology lawyers have found a clever way to suppress free speech of those who are critical of them.  When these sites expose what Scientology says they get sued for publishing copyrighted material.  Scientology lawyers threatened to sue the Google search engine for pointing to these sites.  In order to avoid liability I have not linked to them either however, I encourage everyone to take a look at them particularly because Scientology doesn't want anyone to know their contents.  According to the Post Google still links to http://www.scientology-kills.org.


How Scientology Destroyed My Marriage

The Death of Lisa McPherson

Scientology Audited

Scientology Sex Assault Nightmare

Scientology's Human Rights Abuses

Scientology's Influence over  John Travolta, Nicole Kidman, Tom Cruise and others.

Nicole and Cruise Divorce Because Nicole doesn't want Kids Raised as Scientologists

Scientology's Influence Over President Clinton

Scientology's Secret Service

Targeting Celebrities

The Thriving Cult of Greed and Power by Richard Behar, Time Magazine Article May 6 1991 p50

Scientology Branded a 'Criminal Organization' and may face charges, The Scotsman 9/5/07

Katie Holmes Fears Bullying Scientology Thugs Outside Her Building

Former Scientologist Jenna Miscavige Hill says Katie Holmes has reason to fear what will happen to daughter Suri following split from Tom Cruise

Scientology Kids

Exclusive: Actress Leah Remini quits Scientology after years of 'interrogations'

   I came across some interesting information about L Ron Hubbard in an article by Camille Paglia called Cults and Cosmic Consciousness, Religious Vision in the American 1960s. Camille writes that Hubbard’s son revealed that his father claimed to be the successor of Satanist Aleister Crowley. Crowley advocated total sexual freedom, including orgies and bestiality. He called himself “The Great Beast” and took the Anti-Christ’s apocalyptic 666 as his personal number. From 1912, Crowley led a German cult, the Ordo Templis Orientis, that opened branches in the U.S.. His politics were pro-Nazi-a dismaying detail usually lost in his legend.

   Hubbard told his son that Scientology was born on the day that Crowley died. The drills used by Scientologists to cleanse and clarify the mind are evidently a reinterpretation of Crowley’s singular fusion of Asian meditation with Satanic ritualism, which sharpens the all-conquering will. The guiding premise of Hubbard’s mega-bestseller, Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health (1950), is that morality and spirituality can be scientifically analyzed and managed —as if guilt and remorse, in the Crowley way, are mere baggage to be jettisoned. Scientology’s religiosity can be detected in its theory of reincarnation: the “process” allegedly eradicates negative thoughts and experiences predating our life in the womb.

   According to the New York Post (9/4/03):

As they move up into the higher levels of the Church of Scientology, members sign documents giving up their right to psychiatric care and to see their families...Instead the Scientologists are subjected to the "Introspective Rundown" an "intensive, rigorous Religious Service that includes being isolated from all sources of potential spiritual upset, including but not limited to family members, friends or others."...

The "church" is under scrutiny for this practice and is being sued by the family of Lisa McPherson, who died in 1995 in Clearwater, Fla, allegedly after being held for 17 days as she underwent an "Introspection Rundown."

McPherson's body was dehydrated and covered in insect bites, according to her family, which ahs a wrongful death suit against the Church of Scientology.

According to the Post, Touretzky, who has been investigating the Scientology "religion" for six years, has posted the documents by which Scientologists give up the right to psychiatric care and to see their families,  on his Web site, www-2.cs.cmu.edu/dst/Fishman

Scientology forces followers to disconnect with family members who leave the church.  This was one of the reasons Leah Remini quit.

 

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