Not true !
Not true !
what crazy story
Oh, classic haha.
Scientology barely tries to hide the fact that they're bullshitting you. It's hilarious, and depressing.
all religions have stories of hard to believe situations and feats thats why they call it faith. as long long as they aren't imposing there beliefs on ppl which is in question but u only have word from former members former being the key word they obviously have an agenda or they would still be members but live and let live
I don't even need to read the page to review it ;-)
I advise everyone to check out the links between Crowley and Hubbard. Also - Magentamoon - might want to read this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purification_Rundown
"The Purification Rundown requires its participants to ingest the following at regular intervals:
* Niacin, in doses large enough to cause skin irritation or flushing. Scientologists believe this skin reaction is caused by "reappearing" past sunburns or radiation leaving the body.
* Oils, to replace the oils that are sweated out in the sauna.
* "CalMag" a drink consisting of calcium, magnesium water and cider vinegar.
* Multi-vitamins, Vitamins A, B1, Bcomplex, C, D, E, and multi-minerals
* Plenty of water, salt and potassium, used to replace the fluids and minerals lost in the sauna."
Save Katie Holmes!
You'r kidding right? Please tell me people aren't this stupid. Scienctology?
As far as metaphysics goes it's no crazier than most; The cosmic Egg, the Cosmic Turtle, Leviathan and the Waters of Chaos, The Demurrage, It's all irrational BS.
Sounds reasonable to me. Where do I sign up?
This is what Scientologists actually believe.
When I first read this story in a religion section of a psychology text book I could not believe that this was a "real" religion. What a joke.
Oh man...and people think this is true???