In a blog on STAND, Scientologists Taking Action Against Discrimination, Scientologist Wil Seabrook states why he is willing to brave vitriolic comments from so internet trolls for speaking up about his beliefs. Published courtesy of STAND. If you’ve ever read an interview on the internet with a celebrity (or anybody else) who is a Scientologist, no matter how inspiring, well-articulated or sincere their responses to sometimes invasive and offensive questions, if you scroll down to the website’s comments section you will… Read more

In her blog on STAND, Scientologists Taking Action Against Discrimination, Scientologist Deanne Macdonald shares a story of how media false reports nearly prevented a kindred religious leader from participating in a human rights initiative. I had a very interesting thing happen to me recently. My church was sponsoring a Human Rights Symposium and I got a true look at just how damaging lies can be. There’s a bit of background to this, so please bear with me. The Church of… Read more

Scientologist Siouxie Boshoff gives insight into the way media lies and TV trash made her think twice before telling people she’s a Scientologist, and why she decided to do it anyway. Published courtesy of STAND, Scientologists Taking Action Against Discrimination, where it was appeared originally. When my husband and I eloped nearly 28 years ago, we had no idea what we were doing. But we were so distracted by the butterflies running amuck in our bellies that it didn’t even… Read more

Scientologist Siouxie Boshoff shares her realization that South Africa was nothing like she thought it was—a personal lesson in how you can fall prey to discrimination. Published courtesy of STAND (Scientologists Taking Action Against Discrimination). I didn’t want to visit South Africa. There, I said it. But I am glad I did, and I wish I’d gone sooner. My husband is from South Africa—Durban to be precise—born and raised. He left when he was 16 years old. We met when… Read more

A blog on religious persecution and the real source of discrimination against Scientology or any other religion, by Scientologist Sandra Lucas, published courtesy of  STAND (Scientologists Taking Action Against Discrimination) where it first appeared. Gaius Cornelius Tacitus, a senator and historian of the Roman Empire, described the Christians in 64 AD as a “class hated for their abominations” and guilty of “hatred of the human race,” an accusation he also leveled against the Jews. It stated that the Christian religion… Read more

Scientologist Jim Kalergis makes an interesting point in his blog “What do Scientologists Believe?” on the STAND (Scientologists Taking Action Against Discrimination) website. Shared here with their permission. Over the years I’ve noticed that professional bigots, in their efforts to discredit Scientology, sometimes hold supposed “secret beliefs” of the Church up to ridicule. Actually, anyone interested in Scientology beliefs can read them in the Creed of the Church of Scientology. There’s not much shock value there. Take a look, and you… Read more

With the launch of the Scientology TV network, one series is Meet a Scientologist: “stories of fascinating people on the cutting edge of art, science, sports, medicine, entertainment and more, who also just happen to be Scientologists. Each week, Scientologists from around the world are featured in this interview-driven series that combines intimate and emotionally uplifting portrayals on their journey to the top of their fields with honest discussions on the influential role Scientology played in their personal lives and how… Read more

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  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 includes his biography, accomplishments, news, a  photo gallery and a series of video interviews with those who know him.   Read more

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