With the launch of the Scientology TV Network, the Church released “Inside Scientology” a series that takes you inside the Church. Scientology is the only major religion to emerge in the 20th century. This series takes an unprecedented look behind-the-scenes into the many fascinating operations of the global Scientology movement. From its stunning 21st century cathedral in Florida, state of the art publishing houses, one-of-a-kind film and media facilities, to what happens on a typical day at a Church of… Read more

Anyone wishing to watch Scientology TV can simply go to Scientology.tv  or watch the live feed on YouTube. Enjoy! Read more

David Miscavige is the ecclesiastical leader of the Scientology religion. From his position as Chairman of the Board of Religious Technology Center (RTC), Mr. Miscavige bears the ultimate responsibility for ensuring the standard and pure application of L. Ron Hubbard’s technologies of Dianetics and Scientology and for Keeping Scientology Working. A new website at www.davidmiscavige.org includes his biography, accomplishments, news, a  photo gallery and a series of video interviews with those who know him.   Read more

Scientology TV premiered Monday, March 12. A Twitter announcement read: “It’s TIME for us to tell OUR story…The only thing more interesting than what you’ve heard…is what you haven’t.” Now available on DIRECTV Channel 320, Scientology.TV Apple TV, Roku, fire TV and through apps.     Read more

At 8 p.m. EST on March 12, 2018, the Scientology Network went live with the flip of a switch, making it instantly accessible to tens of millions of households across the United States and hundreds of millions more worldwide over the internet. From the three-story atrium of the Church’s landmark Flag Building at its spiritual home in Clearwater, Florida, Mr. David Miscavige, ecclesiastical leader of the Scientology religion, welcomed the world to the network to explain its mission. “You’ve probably heard… Read more

Published courtesy of STAND: Scientologists Taking Action Against Discrimination  Everyone has a religion even if it is the assertion that there is nothing in which to have faith. But when a person embraces a faith, it is because he perceives truth in it. The Great Synagogue in Budapest, Hungary (Heracles Kritikos / Shutterstock.com) The obvious reply to the question “If I disagree with someone else’s religion, why should I study it?” is the question “How do you know you disagree… Read more

On February 9, 2018, the Central District Court of Budapest found in favor of the Church of Scientology, declaring illegal an October 18, 2017, raid by Hungary’s National Investigation Office (NNI) which resulted in the return of hundreds of boxes of religious documents wrongfully taken. The Church of Scientology Budapest The Court order is legally binding. Additionally, the Court annulled decisions made by the NNI itself and by the Metropolitan Public Prosecutor’s Office. The Court found that NNI, as the… Read more

In his blog “What’s in a Name,” Scientologist Michael Scandling writes about his introduction to Scientology. Published courtesy of  STAND—Scientologists Taking Action Against Discrimination. October 1970, Telegraph Avenue, Berkeley, California. I was a college sophomore. Not only that, I was a college sophomore in Berkeley in 1970—which meant that in addition to being everything that the word “sophomore” implies, I was dripping with attitude: hip, but flower-power innocent—mixed with a cynicism that I wore like a badge. It was an attitude that… Read more

Tad Reeves, webmaster of the Scientology Parent website, shares a story of his recent trip to Salt Lake City with his children and why he brought them to the grand opening of the city’s new Scientology Church. This past weekend, I got up early with my kids, and made the quick flight from Portland down to Salt Lake City, Utah to attend the grand opening of the latest Church of Scientology to open – the new and quite Ideal Church of Scientology of… Read more

In a blog published on STAND, Scientologists Taking Action Against Discrimination, Scientologist Rodger Clark puts media propaganda into perspective. It was 1938. Adolph Hitler (Time Magazine’s “Man of the Year”) had begun dropping in on his neighbors without an invitation. It was also the year that a 23-year-old genius actor-director named Orson Welles had a bright idea. He decided to punch up the drama on the radio show The Mercury Theatre on the Air, which did dramatizations of classic novels. For his show… Read more




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