My Bridge to Ruin

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In Scientology, the manipulation happens gradually over the years. It’s not like people are beaten at the entrance and then happily walk further into a cult. Scientology took the best 10 years of my life. There’s a featured article in the news today called “The Bridge to Ruin” – my journey to financial ruin in Scientology. Click on the screenshot above to read the article. Click here if you want to read the English by … Continue reading

Say No! How to resist manipulation (Part 1)

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Realize that anyone who tries to change your mind will try to make you feel guilty, so that you give in. They give you lots of reasons, valid believable reasons, and then blame you for being irresponsible, etc. if you say no. They often work you hard and long to wear you down so they achieve their goal. This article is inspired by Canadian author Mary Kassian over at Girls Gone Wise. Here’s some tools to … Continue reading

Critical thinking: How to resist manipulation (Part 2)

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Why is Critical Thinking so important? Critical thinking is skills that help us learn to make decisions. It is the ability to evaluate information to determine whether something is right or wrong. To think critically about something means to be open-minded and consider different ways and solutions to tackle a problem. Wait a minute, think critically and be open-minded? Now compare that to some teachings in Scientology where L. Ron Hubbard writes: Critical thoughts: these are always only … Continue reading

10 secrets you don’t know about Scientology

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On my 10 years journey into and out of Scientology, I have witnessed quite a few interesting events. In the upcoming months I will provide documentation to these questions and more: What crimes have the Church of Scientology committed against me and others that the media would die to know about? What crimes are the Church of Scientology in Denmark guilty of and hiding from the Danish Authorities? Why the Church of Scientology uses undercover agents … Continue reading