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The K ing of Queens star, according to Scientology watcher Tony Ortega's blog , tried not to get the suppressive person status, as it means a full excommunication from the church , and zero contact with its' members. One Scientology official told
The cult of Scientology began from a set of science-fiction novels written by L. Ron Hubbard. After writing the books Hubbard stated “You don't get rich writing science fiction. If you want to get rich, you start a http:/
King of Queens star Leah Remini threatened to call police, sources said, after her many unanswered questions about the whereabouts of Church of Scientology leader David Miscavige's wife, Shelly, which led to the actress being interrogated for years...
John joined Scientology after actress Joan Prather told him about it while on the set of some crap movie called The Devil's Rain in Mexico. John started taking classes at Scientology's Celebrity Centre and was hooked after he believed that they
Presumably there may be pressure aboard to sign one of those notorious billion-year contracts: Dear Young Scientologist or Scientology Parent, I wanted to make sure you were informed about an incredible convention we are holding for young
Articles That was "the big thing that helped, where everything began in terms of people talking about Scientology," Bornstein said in an interview. "You gotta credit the 'South Park' guys for that wonderful episode." Bornstein was a high-ranking
PDT Photo by Barbara Carrellas "I identify as neither male nor female. . . . I'm neither straight nor gay," wrote transgender performer and author Kate Bornstein in her seminal 1994 book Gender Outlaw . Born in 1948 on the Jersey Shore to a loving
He spelled the principles out in 1950 in Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health , the bestselling self-help treatise in which he presents rationality as our birthright. The human mind, he wrote, is a perfect computer corrupted by incorrect
Phone Number (required): -- Enter your phone number...Soap Star Sues Chiropractor She Won't Crack My Back 'Cause I'm a Scientology Reject " Young and the Restless " star Michael Fairman has filed a lawsuit against a Scientologist chiropractor --
Aug 12 '11 The internet, particularly in the age of Wikileaks , has worked an enormous amount of damage upon the Church of Scientology, and many of us wonder why certain celebrities (i.e., Tom Cruise, John Travolta, and their wives) choose to stay.