April 7, 2021

Sharing a blog, “Scientology vs. Science Fiction,”  from the STAND League website written by Scientologist Wil Seabrook.  I was born in the South. There’s a kind of running joke about how someone in the South can insult you so politely you’re not even upset about it (if you even notice at all). Something along the lines of, “Bless your heart, have you gained weight? It looks so good on you I hardly noticed…” Uh, thank you, I think? That kind… Read more

March 31, 2021

Here’s another of Wil Seabrook’s insightful blogs about Scientology, “Who Are Scientologists, Anyway?” It was originally published on the website of the STAND League. It feels like there are an infinite number of choices for entertainment on my TV and other devices these days, and yet I find myself increasingly restless searching for content that will entertain and inspire. Too much of it just feels cookie-cutter and designed to press people’s buttons through shock value or pandering. But the other… Read more

December 17, 2020

In a video on the David Miscavige website Jared Roscoe, a Clearwater, Florida-based doctor of chiropractic, describes why he and his friends are just in awe of Mr. David Miscavige. Mr. Miscavige’s Work Ethic “You talk about the ultimate in work ethic and production and taking it to the max every day,” he says. “That’s it, look no further.” “He’s really the pinnacle of what one person can do when they really have their eye on the prize and they’re dedicated and relentless… Read more

December 17, 2020

Scientology is the philosophy of facing and handling life says Scientologist Rodger Clark. This blog was originally published on the STAND (Scientologists Taking Action Against Discrimination) website and is reprinted here with their permission. A conflict between two philosophies Whenever you find controversy or conflict surrounding Scientology, or for that matter just about anything, what you are actually witnessing is a conflict of two philosophies. One is the philosophy of avoiding and escaping life. The other is the philosophy of facing and handling life. If you were to… Read more

December 10, 2020

Professional photographer Ray Kachatorian has worked with Mr. Miscavige on numerous events. What stands out to him about Mr. Miscavige is his pride and responsibility for everything he does. In this video, Kachatorian describes what he has observed about Mr. Miscavige over the years. Behind the scenes with Mr. Miscavige He is 100 percent, all the time, full throttle, there to make sure that Scientology is the way LRH intended it to be and making it accessible for the public… Read more

December 3, 2020

Wil Seabrook, who blogs for STAND (Scientologists Taking Action Against Discrimination) answers the question, “Are Scientologists Told What to Think,” published here with the permission of STAND. One ridiculous criticism I sometimes hear or read about my church is that Scientologists are told what to think about various subjects. That idea is especially ridiculous because, as a person studies and applies Scientology to more and more areas of life, their ability to think analytically and rationally and make positive decisions… Read more

November 25, 2020

“I would follow David Miscavige anywhere,” says  Scientologist Lizzie Calcioli in a video on the David Miscavige website. She shares her respect and admiration for the ecclesiastical leader of the Scientology religion. “There are a few times that I have met Mr. Miscavige, and I feel very honored to have met him,” she says. “Each time, I really feel that he has all the time in the world for me. Even though I am sure he is so busy.” She is always… Read more

November 19, 2020

This blog on Scientology Staff & Sea Organization Members was originally posted on The Scientology Parent website and is published here with the author’s permission. I got these questions from a Reddit user on the subject of Scientology church staff and the Sea Organization. She also wanted to know how Scientologists view Chairman of the Board RTC David Miscavige. She wanted to know if it’s different from how they view Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard. Please note that the opinions here… Read more

November 18, 2020

How Mr. David Miscavige helped a Scientologist—even when she protested, knowing how busy he was. In a video on the David Miscavige website, Fu Mei Mathers shares how Mr. Miscavige, ecclesiastical leader of the Scientology religion, took the time to help her when she was seasick. It happened on the Freewinds, the Scientology spiritual retreat in the Caribbean. “I was seasick,” said Fu Mei. “And I was not feeling good and it was two o’clock in the morning and I’m out… Read more

November 12, 2020

A lesson from David Miscavige inspired the captain of The Freewinds to persist when everyone else gave up.   In a video on the David Miscavige website, Captain Mike Napier tells this story: A lesson from David Miscavige on persistence made all the difference in the rescue of three people who were lost at sea The ship was called to do a rescue one night and there were people that were lost at sea. And there were military vessels, other cruise ships,… Read more




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