I have to admit that I’ve never watched A&E’s Scientology ; Aftermath. Not because of what they say about Scientology, but because I don’t watch “Reality Television”. Along with game shows I personally think of them as a bane on society. However existing in the Scientology diaspora as I have for many years it’s hard […]Read more "The Church of the Aftermath"
This is another one of those rants I subject what few readers I have to occasionally. Every once in a while I feel that I have to get something of my chest about one of Mike Rinder’s featured writers over at his blog. Of course whoever is posting over there under the handle of “Terra […]Read more "Terra (In) Cognita"
The Truth Rundown the title a series of articles presented in the Tampa Bay Times back in 2009 is actually the name of a rundown developed by L Ron Hubbard in the early 1980’s to handle a person’s tendency to accept Black Propaganda and to reveal the truth. Yet the truth is that like so […]Read more "About The Truth Rundown"
See Mike Rinder’s recent article about Super Power. Back in the late seventies Ron developed a rundown he called Super Power which actually consisted of several rundowns that he had been developing earlier such as the Bright Think Rundown, the Personal Revival Rundown and the Ethics Repair Rundown to name a few. Super Power according […]Read more "Some Comments on Super Power"
Who is Back Page Tony? It looks like a moniker for an underworld crime boss. First I’d like to apologize to any Mob Bosses out there for any invidious connection. The fact is that at least Cosa Rostra has the moral fortitude to stay away from child prostitution, trafficking, kiddie porn and general pedophila. Unlike […]Read more "Back Page Tony"
All one has to do is read the comments section of Rinder’s blog to establish the fact that he has become a cult and that his followers accept his word without question or dissent. What’s so ironic is that he and his most ardent followers claim Scientologists respond that same way to what Hubbard says. […]Read more "The Rinder Cult"
Scientologists use a device known as an E-Meter which is actually a truncation of Electropsychometer which was actually a device invented by Volney Mathieson for Scientology counseling or auditing. What this meter does is measure reactions to questions being asked by an auditor. These are usually recorded as “falls” meaning the needle falls from its […]Read more "The Emeter"