Scientology Sunday Service: Your Open Thread For Worship (Or Whatever)

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We're trying something new in the underground bunker this morning. It's that first dawn after the clocks have changed here in the U.S., and we find ourselves with an extra hour to play around with. Naturally, our minds turn to things Miscavigey, and we can't help wondering what you, our loyal readers, are pondering this first morning of Eastern Standard Time (or wherever you are).

So we're doing something about it. We're launching a Sunday morning Scientology Open Thread, looking forward to your thoughtful, funny, acerbic, or edgy contributions for whatever it is you'd like to talk about. And, to get the juices flowing, we're going to start things off with some fun images that Scientologists send out to inspire each other. (Um, in most cases, inspire each other to fork over money, that is.)

We'll start off this first installment of Sunday Funnies with a rip-roaring call to shell out cash for Orange County, California's new "Ideal Org"...

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Seeing that appeal for cheddar, I can't help thinking of our friend Dede at the Phoenix Org, raising cash in a room with figures totaled up on whiteboards. Can you feel the excitement? Of course, several times recently we've reported on the "Ideal Org" phenomenon and wondered about the wisdom of opening so many lavish new facilities in the face of dwindling membership. But Scientology leader David Miscavige no doubt knows what he's about, you can be sure. We'd especially like to hear from you if you were able to attend the October 8 event at Newport Dunes Bayside Pavilion. Could it have looked something like this?



If that rocking party doesn't have you reaching for your wallet, this next image should have you packing duffle bags for your kids...

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Now that looks like fun! And there's still time to get junior on that boat, where he can sail the Caribbean as he discovers what awful things you said to your wife while she was pregnant that have scarred the kid for life.

Well, now that your reactive mind is fully awake, campers, hit us with whatever it is you've been thinking about this week, whether or not it relates to the wild things we've been writing here about Scientology at Runnin' Scared.


UPDATE: Act now, and we'll throw in this bus ride free of charge. Thank you, schnookiekins, for your suggestion. Yes, we think we know how this fellow felt when he found himself surrounded by Scientologists from the Freewinds...

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The Top 25 People Crippling Scientology
#1: L. Ron Hubbard
#2: David Miscavige
#3: Marty Rathbun
#4: Tom Cruise
#5: Joe Childs and Tom Tobin
#6: Anonymous
#7: Mark Bunker
#8: Mike Rinder
#9: Jason Beghe
#10: Lisa McPherson
#11: Nick Xenophon (and other public servants)
#12: Tommy Davis (and other hapless church executives)
#13: Janet Reitman (and other journalists)
#14: Tory Christman (and other noisy ex-Scientologists)
#15: Andreas Heldal-Lund (and other old time church critics)
#16: Marc and Claire Headley, escapees of the church's HQ
#17: Jefferson Hawkins, the man behind the TV volcano
#18: Amy Scobee, former Sea Org executive
#19: The Squirrel Busters (and the church's other thugs and goons)
#20: Trey Parker and Matt Stone (and other media figures)
#21: Kendrick Moxon, attorney for the church
#22: Jamie DeWolf (and other L. Ron Hubbard family members)
#23: Ken Dandar (and other attorneys who litigate against the church)
#24: David Touretzky (and other academics)
#25: Xenu, galactic overlord


Tony Ortega is the editor-in-chief of The Village Voice. Since 1995, he's been writing about Scientology at several publications.

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[Scientology spokesman Tommy Davis secretly recorded discussing "disconnection"]
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[Scientology hates clean ice: The "Fair Game" operation that should turn your stomach]
[Scientology hates clean ice, part 2: Another target, and the web as weapon]

MARTY RATHBUN AND THE SIEGE OF SOUTH TEXAS

[Scientology has Rathbun arrested] | [Rathbun and Mark Bunker reveal surprising ties]
In Germany with Ursula Caberta: [Announcing plans] | [Press conference] | [Making news about Tom Cruise, Bill Clinton, and Tony Blair] | [Post-trip interview]
The Squirrel Busters: [Goons with cameras on their heads] | [Rathbun's open letter to neighbors] | [Ingleside on the Bay, Texas rallies to Rathbun's cause] | [Squirrel Buster's claim to be making a "documentary"] | [VIDEO: "On a Boat"] | ["Anna" sent to creep out Monique Rathbun] | [Squirrel Busters go hillbilly] | [A videographer blows the whistle on the goon squad] | [Ed Bryan, OT VIII, shows the power of Scientology's highest levels]

SCIENTOLOGY SPYING AND "FAIR GAME"

[Secret Scientology documents spell out spying operation against Marc Headley]
[Scientology's West U.S. spies list revealed] | [Scientology's enemies list: Are you on it?]
Spy operation against Washington Post writer Richard Leiby: [Part 1] | [Part 2]
[A Scientology spy comes clean: Paulien Lombard's remarkable public confession]
[Scientology advertises for writers in Freedom magazine]
[Accidental leak shows Scientology spy wing plans to "handle" the Voice]
[Lori Hodgson and Disconnection: "No one's going to take my eternity away"]

SCIENTOLOGY AND CELEBRITIES

["Tom Cruise told me to talk to a bottle"] | [Tom Cruise likes coconut cake] | [Tom Cruise has a sense of humor] | ["Tom Cruise not a kook!"] | [Paulette Cooper on Tom Cruise]
[Paul Haggis, director of Crash, issues an ultimatum, leaves the church]
[Character actor Jason Beghe defects noisily] | [Actor Michael Fairman reveals his "suppressive person" declaration] | [Michael Fairman talks to the Voice]
[Giovanni Ribisi as David Koresh: Scientology-Branch Davidian link makes sense]
[Russell Brand weds ex-Scientologists in wild ceremony] | [Skip Press on Haggis]
[Placido Domingo Jr.: Scientology's retaliation is "scary and pathetic"]
Grant Cardone, NatGeo's "Turnaround King": [Doing Scientology's dirty work?] | [Milton Katselas complained about Cardone's smear job] | [Cardone runs to Huffpo]
[Philip Boyd, Saving Grace actor, rips "the business that is Scientology"]

JANET REITMAN'S INSIDE SCIENTOLOGY

[Our review of Inside Scientology] | [An interview with Janet Reitman] | [A report from Reitman's first book tour appearance] | [At the Half-King: Reitman not afraid]
[Scientology doesn't like Inside Scientology] | [Q&A at Washington Post]
[A roundup of Reitman's print reviews, and why isn't she on television more?]

HUGH URBAN'S THE CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY

[A review of Urban's scholarly history of the church] | [An interview with Hugh Urban]

EX-SCIENTOLOGISTS SPEAK OUT

[Marc Headley: "Tom Cruise told me to talk to a bottle"] | [The Nancy Many interview]
[Sympathy for the Devil: Tory Christman's Story] | [Jeff Hawkins' Counterfeit Dreams]
[86 Million Thin Dimes: The Lawrence Wollersheim Saga] | [Mike Rinder on spying]

OVERSEAS NEWS

[Scientology dodges a bullet in Australia] | [Scientology exec Jan Eastgate arrested]
[All hell breaks loose in Israel] | [Scientology sees fundraising gold in the UK riots]
[Aussie former rugby pro Chris Guider calls David Miscavige "toxic" and "violent"]
[Stephen Cox, UK church newbie, pledges 20K pounds] | [Biggi Reichert: A German Lisa McPherson?] | [The Birmingham trove: 7,000 internal e-mails]
[Australian farmer blamed for giving Tom Cruise a bad shrimp, loses her friends, family]

ODD VIDEOS AND ODDER NEWS

[Scientology singalong, "We Stand Tall"] | [Captain Bill Robertson and "Galactic Patrol"]
[Scientology wins a major award!] | [Scientology wants your money: Meet Dede!]
[Birmingham in the House! The "Ideal" dance mix] | [Scientology and the Nation of Islam]
[When Scientology was hip] | [Sad: David Miscavige makes fun of his own fundraisers]
[Freedom magazine parodies The New Yorker. Hilarity ensues.]
[Scientology surf report: Anonymous parties outside the New York "org"]

THE VIEW INSIDE THE BUBBLE

[A scientologist's letter to the Voice and its readers] | [Scientology silent birth]
[Tad Reeves: Scientology might listen to this guy] | [More Tad Reeves and family]
[Scientology never forgets: A heartwarming telemarketing holiday miracle]
[Scientology High School, Dating and Super Powers!]



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DuckBenway
DuckBenway

Nope. Every day, more and more people laugh at your stupid cult.

The cult is the laughing stock of the whole world, Mark. More and more people not only laugh at your stupid cult, they oppose it and want it gone.

You can survive for awhile, behind your walls of denial, but it's true. The cult is doomed.

Scientia
Scientia

Oh gawwd. Anyone need some help from the DMbots with their love life??

bit DOT ly/s0S3lP

Here are some successes included in the email:

"I discovered that all I was waiting for from my wife was to be satisfied. It is amazing! Unfortunately I know this only now, but now I KNOW it ... as if I became ready, as if I became a real man; and it is extremely simple. It has nothing to do with the sexual practice or the beauty of a female body or things like that, it is more or less a matter of knowledge, how things work. After that I had this cognition, I thought, 'How many men have the same problem like I do? If they knew what I now know, so many tragedies could be prevented!'" M.

"Today I really got a key datum about the 2D which for sure will be “life-saving.” I always wondered why men are so causative when it comes to sex (I know from my PCs) and that women are not. Now I got the full answer and explanation. Now I also know what can be done about it. I am very glad that my wife also attended the seminar. It will be that much easier. This universe is really crazy. Thanks a lot to Gaby, Martin, Radek, everybody who prepared the seminar and mainly I thank LRH for these great, wonderful discoveries." J.V. C/S, Mission of Prague

Reasonable_Insanity
Reasonable_Insanity

Scientologists dishing out romance advice......oh god no! Why! Oh the humanity?!

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

Please consider the possibility that the tech has turned your mind to shit.

DuckBenway
DuckBenway

What do you bet that Mark's Disqus pw is "lrh" ?

DuckBenway
DuckBenway

Now the echo is getting very loud...

DuckBenway
DuckBenway

That echo is getting worse...

Reasonable_Insanity
Reasonable_Insanity

Don't worry, Marky will be back soon. He's too busy post on another board somewhere to defend the happy fun clan. He can't devote all his attention to us all the time ya know.

DuckBenway
DuckBenway

"How can Dianetics be greater than the wheel and fire?With the wheel I can run over Dianetics and with fire I can burn it"- Hieronymous

ScientologyAdvocateMarkMiglio
ScientologyAdvocateMarkMiglio

The popular columnist that wrote that comment could see the future...

The wheel only takes you down the road, Dianetics is the road.

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

"The wheel only takes you down the road, Dianetics is the road to perdition."

Fixed.

TonyOrtega
TonyOrtega

The new story is up! An exclusive interview with Michael Sandlofer, the first husband to X Factor contestant and Scientologist Stacy Francis, who she accused of domestic abuse.

Hershell Woodward
Hershell Woodward

ScientologyAdvocateMarkMiglio: Did you have a really bad car accident or some sort of serious injury to the head? I ask because I am concerned. No sane person writes as you do. Your misbegotten banal cultic tripe manages to be deranged and pathetic at the same time. You are a deeply disturbed. I diagnose you as having Thetanitis, a condition that is curable only by bailing out of Scientology at your earliest opportunity.

LocalSP1
LocalSP1

Damn Tony, your gonna keep me up for another hour? This better be worth it. But I trust you.

TonyOrtega
TonyOrtega

Loyal Runnin' Scared readers of our Scientology articles: major scoop coming in a few hours, which will be the wee hours here in New York. Please prepare for major social media action, as this one is going to hit Perez Hilton, TMZ, Huffpo, etc. Your humble narrator managed to land a pretty major story. Will only say it involves X Factor contestant and Scientologist Stacy Francis. This is developing, and moving, and wild. Going to rush this to the site, hopefully by about 3 am Eastern -- and wanted to give our regular readers first crack at it. Stand by!

Endscientologynow
Endscientologynow

Good thing that some of us aren't in your time zone.

I see now why so many fem-anons faint at the sight of your name, Tony.  You are a king of kings!

CofS Exit Zone
CofS Exit Zone

Sometimes I wonder if any of the other chief editors under the Village Voice Media conglomerate have groupies like Tony does.

I bet not ;)

CofS Exit Zone
CofS Exit Zone

Damn, look at you burning the midnight oil. This one must be good.

TonyOrtega
TonyOrtega

It's pretty sweet. I just hope I can do it justice jamming like this at this hour. Have a cat on the lap, though, so I'm set. Typing like a mofo. Look for it at about 2 am.

TonyOrtega
TonyOrtega

Getting there. Patience, patience. Jamming at light speed. Coming soon.

Noah
Noah

Damn if only I was more of a night owl. Guess I'll have to wait till morning to read it. I've seen her name pop up quite a few times on Perez so this must be good. 

JustCallMeMary
JustCallMeMary

Scientology OT and Super Power graduate MATTHEW  L. Feshbach, along with his wife Kathleen  have IRS liens on all their homes due to a large unpaid IRS tax debt from 2001. In 2008 this IRS Lien on their main home in Clearwater was discharged after they paid a good part of the proceeds to the IRS from the sale, leaving an IRS Lien balance of $ 3,568,951.90 down from $4,254,558.90 as of June 2008. Documents on this and other related liens can  be found at the link at the end of this post.

Matthew is Founder, Chairman, and Chief Investment Officer, MLF Investments, LLC .According to his LinkedIn, he was primarily a private investor from 1996 to 2001. Prior to becoming an owner-investor, which Mr. Feshbach states he still is today, he co-founded Feshbach Brothers with his siblings Kurt and the late Joseph Feshbach. There he was was Managing General Partner from 1983 to 1996. The original $ 3,335,993 IRS Lien here is regarding sole proprietorship/ self employment income earned in 2001, sometime before or during the time he began MLF Investments, LLC . The lien balance is secured by their other homes but continues to accrue interest on principle and penalties at interest rates one is never going to see on the kind of investments Mr. Feshbach sells or makes money on. Its just not wise to owe the IRS. Any financial planner worth his or her salt will tell you that.

Now, Matthew and his wife, Kathleen had a previous Tax Year 1999 IRS Lien, which they paid off 1 year after it had been filed against them in 2000. That original principle tax lien of  $ 2,110,653.37  was regarding investment income earned in 1999, before he began MLF Investments, LLC . I am not sure if they were audited by the IRS or they just underreported investment income. Whatever it ws, it was not reported and the IRS found they owed tax on what was not tax paid on. The Feshbachs were wise to have paid this lien off as soon as they could. Too bad that didn't happen with the other $4 million dollar lienfor 2001 tax year.

Both of these large debts seem to be a problem inconceivable for one who is supposed to have Scientology's Super Power abilities. According to a Tampa Bay St Petersburg Times article "Scientology nearly ready to unveil Super Power"  May 6, 2006  By ROBERT FARLEY :

[..] "Matt Feshbach believes he has super powers. He senses danger faster than most people. He appreciates beauty more deeply than he used to. He says he outperforms his peers in the money management industry.

He heightened his powers of perception in 1995 when he went to Los Angeles and became the first and so far only "public" Scientologist to take a highly classified Scientology program called Super Power.

Where in L.A. did he do this?

"Just in Los Angeles," is all Feshbach will say. Super Power is that secret.[..]

To have the IRS essentially owning all your homes is, from a Scientology perspective, kind of like being a Potential Trouble Source (PTS).  Failing to predict you owe the IRS and then failing to be able to pay it timely, thereby accruing over $1 Million in interest is not what I would expect of someone who has the super powers he and Scientology claims he has attained. Matthew Feshbach's financial problems should be a wake up call to other Scientologiststhinking that they, too, will get super powers from Super Power when they won't. 

You can find these documents on this and other feshbach related matters in this collectionh t t p : // w w w . scribd . com/collections/3325908/Feshback-brothers-Addiction-Help-Servces-LLC-Narconon-Spring-Hill-dba-Suncoast-Drug-Rehabilitation-Center-Novus-Medical-Detox

DodoTheLaser
DodoTheLaser

That's very interesting. You nailed it, Mary. Thank you!

Matt is the only officially known Scientologist who did the entire Super Power Rundown.Matt got it as a thank you from DM for a VERY large donation he made.Matt received it way before Super Power Building was even in plans (hmm..)Matt was already OT VIII when he got it and he said "it's like I was blind beforeand now I can see" (para-phrasing here). Yeah, Matt was OT VIII and after he receivedSuper Power RD, he said he was sort of blind before or something. Success stories ensue to describe the amazingness of it all. He's apparently own by IRS now and his OT VIII brother Joe is dead as of this August. What could have gone wrong?

JustCallMeMary
JustCallMeMary

Scientologist Joseph Lapiner Feshbach, died in Elkhorn, Idaho on August 12, 2011 . He was at the highest levels of Scientology's 'Bridge To Total Freedom", OT VIII. It is not known if he did Scientology's Super Power  as one of the few public members to pay and do the program along with his brother Matt, who has since had tax problems with the IRS.

Joe feshbach's Death Certificate states:Cause of Death: PROBABLE CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIA due to ( or as a consequence of) HYPERTENSION - Other Significant Conditions Contributing to Death but not resulting in the underlying cause given above: GOUT and HYPERGLYCEMIA.Certificate can be found here h t t p : // w w w .scribd.com/doc/71743362/Joseph-Joe-L-Feshbach-Death-Certificate-From-Probate-records

What this means is that Joe Feshbach had an untreated Cardiac Arrhrythmia and untreated hypertension as well as probable undiagnosed and untreated high blood sugar / Diabetes, along with Gout. Joe died while riding his bicycle. He was 58 years old, not 55 as reported elsewhere.h t t p : // w w w . mtexpress . com /index2. php ? ID=2005138100

Joe was born 28 July 1953. He was once a partner with his siblings at Feshbach Brothers. They made their claim to fame by popularizing  short-selling stocks. Joe went on to form his own company and deal in 'crisis stock investing' as well as in multiple medical technology companies such as Infinity Infusion. I believe this death could have been avoided. Scientologists do not always get appropriate medical care, or think they need medical care. Scientology doctrine encourges members to rely on Scientology practices for their wellbeing. One can post condolences for Joe here h t t p : // w w w . woodriverchapel . com  /runtime . php ?NavigatorId=320395&SiteId=88951&ItemId=925579

DodoTheLaser
DodoTheLaser

That is sad and very inconsistent with what a good Scientologist would expect from an OT VIII.. Heck, even Dianetic Clear would do better in that regard, no? Although, I might have lots of MU's and evil purposes, hidden even from me somehow. Who knows, whole track can be a bitch. I just hope Joe enjoyed the life he personally had. R.I.P. Joe.

Jgg
Jgg

  And when we complain about how this medical quackery hurts people like Joe (or Isaac Hayes, or Lisa McPherson) WE are accused of being intolerant cyberterrorists or religious bigots.

JustCallMeMary
JustCallMeMary

Joseph Lapiner Feshbach, died in Elkhorn, Idaho on August 12, 2011 . He was at the highest levels of Scientology's 'Bridge To Total Freedom", OT VIII . It is not known if he did Scientology's Super Power  as one of the few public members to pay and do the program along with his brother Matt, who has since had tax problems with the IRS. Death Certificate states:Cause of Death: PROBABLE CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIA due to ( or as a consequence of) HYPERTENSION - Other Significant Conditions Contributing to Death but not resulting in the underlying cause given above: GOUT and HYPERGLYCEMIA.Certificate can be found here h t t p ://www.scribd.com/doc/71743362/Jo...

What this means is that Joe Feshbach had an untreated Cardiac Arrhrythmia and untreated hypertension as well as probable undiagnosed and untreated high blood sugar / Diabetes, along with Gout.  Joe died while riding his bicycle. h t t p : // w w w .mtexpress . com /index2. php ?ID=2005138100

Joe was born 28 July 1953. He was once a partner with his siblings at Feshbach Brothers. They made their claim to fame by popularizing  short- selling stocks. Joe went on to form his own company and deal in 'crisis stock investing' as well as multiple medical technology companies such as Infinity Infusion.

I believe this death could have been avoided. Scientologists do not always get appropriate medical care, or think they need medical care. Scientology doctrine encourges members to rely on Scientology practices for their wellbeing. One can post condolences for Joe here h t t p : // w w w . woodriverchapel . com /runtime . php ?NavigatorId=320395&SiteId=88951&ItemId=925579

GrizzlyBear
GrizzlyBear

Well I've been thinking it's time we all got off this poor oppressed church's back! I mean these wonderful, hard working, good natured folk have an entire planet to clear for pete's sake!! 

That's roughly 7 billion people! And old Ronyard L-Bon or whatyamacallum only gave them a billion years! On my calculator & after some long division I worked that out to be approximately 7 folk per year they need to clear except that unlike the steelhearted sea org folk we can't keep or hoody-bas in our pants and keep making little'uns thoughtlessly increasing the already quite stacked up workload of these interplanetary missionaries! It's not just Teegeeack that needs sorted you know!!

Remember people that a billion years might seem a long old time to us non eternal OTs but for these guys, with all they have to achieve, that clock is really beginning to tick loudly, (an extra hour today is a timely bonus) (pun smugly intended) and so let's not clog up their days anymore with stuff that they really don't have the time to deal with!!

As they say in the the good old Federation 'live long & profit!'

ScientologyAdvocateMarkMiglio
ScientologyAdvocateMarkMiglio

Yes, now you see the burdent that you now share with us.

Reasonable_Insanity
Reasonable_Insanity

The only burden you have is trying to keep posting your nonsensical crap on this website defending your cult.

For fucks sake, give it a rest dude. You're not convincing anyone here.

Dom_zerchi
Dom_zerchi

I'll have to say that he's convinced me of a number of things I would never have otherwise believed. I think his comments have been very helpful.

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

If an intelligent response to one of your genuinely IDIOTIC posts hurts, then consider writing something vaguely intelligent for once. All your responses are proving to us is that you must have suffered brain damage from the tech.

Good luck landing a straight job once you have to bail—your ship is going down.

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

"Spirtually Challanged"—that's right, I take the Shortbus to church.

What a load of crap—Mark, you've outdone yourself, I didn't realize that your responses were going to devolve so quickly.

Drop the cans and re-join the human race Mark.

DodoTheLaser
DodoTheLaser

MarkMiglio, your TR 3 (copy-paste same paragraphs over and over) doesn't work around here well. It accomplishes nothing and only makes you look less human. Take a note Markotai, as well. I do believe, however, that you are a Scientologist and not a troll. How do I know? Only a few years ago, I was doing the same thing you are doing now, on my own initiative even. Don't be afraid to study some "entheta" sites and really think for yourself this time. Compare your experiences, observations, knowledge with what you will read/see and think it over. Think of it from the Study Tapes/lectures perspective, or any way you wish. Also, make some friends who are not Scientologists, just for a change. No sarcasm. And keep staying in touch. You would be surprised how helpful some of the "SPs" can be.

Jgg
Jgg

  He can't even recognize sarcasm.

ShellyMiscavige
ShellyMiscavige

What about the burden that the fat disgusting child abuser L Ron Hubbard left upon everyone who fled the cult of scientology?

How can you justify Miscavige living palatially like a king when staff starve on beans and rice rations?

No. I and many like me are fully committed. We will destroy your stupid cult, and we'll do it for fun.

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

"You have not seen real happiness or had real fun until you do as I speak."

Javol, mein Führer!

Miglio is tone deaf, apparently.

ScientologyAdvocateMarkMiglio
ScientologyAdvocateMarkMiglio

High-level fun comes from helping your enemies become friends.  You've got it all mix up and you are going in a self-destructive direction.  You have not seen real happiness or had real fun until you do as I speak.  You are living on a lower level and you don't see the better environment right above you head.  It is time for you to get out of the matrix.

Reasonable_Insanity
Reasonable_Insanity

The goals should be simple and laid out.

1. Exposing corporate Scientology for what it is. Those that have committed crimes should be tried and locked up.

2. Removing tax exempt status from the cult.

3. Dismantling programs that are associated with Scientology (Narconon, Applied Scholastics, etc..

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