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Fundamentalist Scientology and Enforced Disconnection

Discussion in 'Fair Game and Disconnection Victims' started by Free to shine, Sep 17, 2015.

  1. Free to shine

    Free to shine Shiny & Free

    This is one of the most comprehensive explanations of what scientologists have as their fundamental belief. It explains why family disconnections take place, why abuses within the organisation have little meaning. It really, really is like this ...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAWpyvqCO2I

    Tony Ortega:

    ‘Fundamentalist’ Scientology means chasing the ideal of Neo while turning your back on family

    http://tonyortega.org/2015/09/16/fu...eal-of-neo-while-turning-your-back-on-family/
     
  2. lotus

    lotus stubborn rebel sheep!

    Hello FTS,

    Thank for the vid!

    My best thoughts for you, in these days, in hope you are given strenght and serinity, and may you be reconnected to this place where only remains love being shared and still share out of fear and ignorance.


    truly
    Lotus

    :arose:
     
  3. Free to shine

    Free to shine Shiny & Free

    Lotus, you are beautiful.
    I hope one day I can share this video with the family who just can't comprehend why, so shut down and follow the party line.
    I've sent it to my psychologist. :biggrin::coolwink:
     
  4. Free to shine

    Free to shine Shiny & Free

    :bump2:

    Has anyone watched this video?
    Seriously, it's a great tool to use to help people understand the big picture of scientology belief!
     
  5. Elronius of Marcabia

    Elronius of Marcabia Silver Meritorious Patron

    yup I watched it and even started a new thread on it :thumbsup:

    Disconnecton is so fundamental to scientology I don't see them ever reforming it or dropping it
    as a policy, and I know a lot of folks would like to think its possible or will someday happen.

    But if you look at how early and what problem is being handled by the idea pts/sp of roller coasting
    as they call it, when the shine wears off the new person and the need to explain why this is happening
    in such a way to get the person to continue.

    Other wise the newbie is gonna just fade away and look elsewhere, so fo those who are hoping will
    it simply wont.