Thursday, March 14, 2013

Scientology has a reckoning coming...

Clear talk from Lawrence Wright, author of Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood, and the Prison of Belief in Talking Scientology: A Q&A with Going Clear Author Lawrence Wright:
David Miscavige is different from L. Ron Hubbard mainly in the fact that he grew up in Scientology. He’s a product of it in a way that Hubbard was not. He joined the Sea Org when he was sixteen, so, virtually, his entire life has been lived inside the strictures of this organization. The product of that is a glaring indictment of the church itself, because if that is what it produces – this totalistic universe, which is what the Sea Org has become, led by a person who dominates it entirely – then I think Scientology has a reckoning ahead of it.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Narconon Counselors Lose Certification

"Gary Smith, the chief executive officer of Narconon Arrowhead in Oklahoma, and several of the drug and alcohol rehabilitation center’s employees have had their drug counseling certifications revoked.
Karla Taylor, President of the National Association of Forensic Counselors, can not say why the licenses have been revoked."

Narconon is a front for the Church of Scientology. The group uses L. Ron Hubbard's techniques to "cleanse" addicts from drugs. This cleanse involves a lot of exercise and sauna time "sweating out the toxins" from the drugs. They offer a vitamin treatment as well.

These cleanses are hardly safe. Three patients have died at the Arrowhead facility alone since October 2011.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Leslie Van Houten

Recently parole was denied for one of the Manson family. Usually this would not be cause for controversy, however, Leslie Van Houten was not involved in the Tate murders but the La Bianca killings the night after. It is believed that she did not actually fatally wound anyone that night but only stabbed Mrs. La Bianca post mortem. She has served 41 years as a model prisoner.
I'm sorry, but when the best argument the opposition seems to weild is "other people who have killed have gotten out," I am not moved. She would not even be here were her sentence not commuted by the Supreme Court of California. She was sentenced to death, which became a life sentence, so we as society, technically owe this woman nothing. I don't care if her life behind bars is cleaner than the Pope's. Her behavior in court is one of the reasons she is here. During the trial, when the evidence was discussed about the terrible way the La Bianca's were killed, the woman giggled. I don't care how old you are. Do you ever hear about these deaths and get tickled? Yeah, me neither.
So really, even though I bear this woman no ill will, I respect the system that put her there as well as the one that keeps her there. She can appeal and say that there is bias against her case. But think back to the enormity of the Manson killings and trial. There is a very good reason to give it discrimination. It is different from other cases for a very good reason. And let's keep it that way.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010


So here it is. I am fascinated by getting out the truth about cult activity, past and present. It irritates me when people talk about "drinking the kool-aid" without realizing that it is a reference to the murder of over 900 people in the Guyanese jungle. The people of Jonestown did not commit mass suicide, they were done in by mass murder.
So considering this is my passion and chances are you have not seen and collected every cult related book, DVD, and tv show on the air, I am here to be your guide. Your conduit to all things cult related.
Let's get started! Have you got questions? I'll do the work, and you can sit back and wait to be served the info you request.
Kicking it off? Westboro Baptist Church? Not Baptists or even (in my opinion) a church. Discuss amongst yourselves.