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

Scientologikirken – en veldedig organisasjon – eller pengemaskin med lysskye aktiviteter?

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Nederland, oktober 2013: Scientologikirken er en veldedig organisasjon og slipper dermed å betale skatt. Mine tanker omkring dette: Ikke overraskende, sett i lyset av at Nederland både legaliserer narkotika og selger kvinner åpenlyst og lovlig som om de var koteletter i en kjøttdisk. Red Light District, Amsterdam (StopTheTraffik.org) : Det som kanskje er overraskende er at det har tatt Scientologikirken så mange år å bli fritatt fra skatt i nettopp et slikt “løsluppent” land, spesielt med … Continue reading

Coming to a blog near you…

In the pipeline Beside struggling with body pain, past trauma stress and patching up on my former education I left years ago, I’m preparing a lineup of articles covering different subjects from chemistry, music, health issues and tips, cult recovery and of course Scientology. A teaser for those interested in Scientology I’m currently researching the true state of affairs of Scientology in Europe, Asia and Africa. There will be one comprehensive Scientology article in particular … Continue reading

Why Scientology loves dead people

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Sick people. Dying people. Elderly people. It’s due time to share love and care. Losing loved ones are devastating for human beings. But Scientology smells money. Some are lonely, they need you. One can learn so much spending time with the elderly. Stories from their early age, the differences between generations.                     It is a fascinating time travel. I love spending time with my grandparents. That is pure … Continue reading