The Church of Scientology, the cult religion of Hollywood stars like Tom Cruise and John Travolta - both of whom are experiencing public exposure of their less than stellar "relationships" - started by L. Ron Hubbard, who according to his son, regarded himself as Satan, plans to start a
propaganda religious broadcasting center in Hollywood to promote its teachings, worldwide.
"L Ron Hubbard Jr ( Ron DeWolf ): I believed in Satanism. There was no other religion in the house! Scientology and black magic. What a lot of people don't realize is that Scientology is black magic that is just spread out over a long time period. To perform black magic generally takes a few hours or, at most, a few weeks. But in Scientology it's stretched out over a lifetime, and so you don't see it. Black magic is the inner core of Scientology --and it is probably the only part of Scientology that really works. Also, you've got to realize that my father did not worship Satan. He thought he was Satan. He was one with Satan." - L Ron Hubbard's son said, in his 1983 interview with Penthouse Magazine:Obviously, the Orwellian spin doctors at the Church of Scientology are trying to take control of public relations to clean up their image that's taken quite a beating as of late.
The Hollywood studio would complement the church's existing production facility, Golden Era Productions, near Hemet, California, which produces DVDs and "other audiovisual materials that comprise a large part of the Church's religious and educational materials," Pouw said.Below, you will find videos, articles, and links that expose the true nature of Scientology
Why are Tom Cruise, John Travolta, Kirsty Alley, Jenna Elfman, etc. still in Scientology?From The Sunday Times 5 October 1969 Spectrum (click the following article to enlarge):
Scientology holds much appeal to a narcissist, I mean Hubbard essentialy promises that you can become a God if you get across his "bridge to total freedom" [tm] Religious Technology Center. And it is no surprise to find that the promise of making a man a God upon Earth has worked for other destructive social movements. Otherwise, it is a very good question; perhaps they have not read this website....
Now I do know why Hubbard targets "celebrities":
I have seen actual clay models, little figures of people, circles and arrows, all with little labels, inside one of Scientology's headquarter management buildings, of an elaborate charade to get a certain ally of a big time celebrity involved in Scientology. Hubbard based his elaborate efforts to recruit and retain "celebrities" upon British Christian Theologan Professor CS Lewis's "Screwtape Letters" and "Screwtape Proposes a Toast" :
"As the great sinners grow fewer, and the majority lose all individuality, the great sinners become far more effective agents for us. Every dictator or even demagogue- almost every film star or crooner--can now draw tens of thousands of the human sheep with him." "Catch the bellweather, and his whole flock comes after him"However, Scientology exploits their "celebrities" more in the manner of a large corporation using celebrity endorsements to market their product, especially as a means to prey upon children. You don't see the Catholic Church touting that so and so is a Catholic...real "religion" doesn't need to market its product like a pair of running shoes.
Missing in Happy Valley - Investigation into Scientology's Rehabilitation Project Force (the RPF) campsA documentary about Scientology's Rehabilitation Project Force (the RPF) from producers Peter Reichelt and Ina Brockmann. The RPF is a prison and labor camp of Scientology
Scientology, the CIA, and MIVILUDES: Cults of Abuse
Exposing the con is a great comprehensive site exposing Scientology.
Truth About Scientology
A Place in the Desert for New Mexico's Most Exclusive Circles - Washington Post article exposing one of Scientology's underground facilities.
Scientology's secular fronts: Trademark/royalty/license fees
On Scientology Frontgroups showing interlocking trademarks and copyrights
Jeremy Perkins: A Scientology Family Tragedy
Affidavit in RTC v. Lerma