How to Stay "Under the Radar"

Discussion in 'Leaving Scientology' started by Bill, Jan 6, 2018.

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  1. Enthetan

    Enthetan Master of Disaster

    That's the key point. Once they declare you, what do they have to hold over you any more? You would be free of any further intimidation.

    As in the lyrics of an old song, sometime "freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose".
     
  2. Bill

    Bill Gold Meritorious Patron

    Hmmm. It all depends. It depends on a person's family, friends and employment. Each Scientologist's situation will be different and the importance of "coming out" or "staying under the radar" will be different.

    But it usually isn't a flat either-or: Either you are an active Scientologist or you say anti-Scientology things. I know of a number of "Scientologists" who developed "personal situations" that required they "not be active at this time". No one gave it a second thought.

    MOST Scientologists (real or otherwise) resist the constant regging. That is normal and not considered signs of "disaffection". Friends and especially family, are not looking for reasons to disconnect. If you don't push it in their faces, they can and will ignore a person being inactive and "busy with other things".

    If a person has important reasons to not trigger a disconnection at this time, it really it pretty easy. I believe that most of the 30,000 estimated "Scientologists" world-wide today are doing exactly that.
     
    Last edited: Jan 22, 2018