Where can "Who What Where" be picked up in Clearwater?
Is it still being published?
Is it still being published?
... This whole thread makes me kinda cringe ...
1st of all, a business which can't even support itself, let alone it's owner(s), is not a business - it's a hobby. Plain and simple.
15 grand would get the business going for how long? When will the break-even point be reached?
Mixing business-related issues with health-related ones, is always a bad idea, but just out of curiosity: When exactly will the business owner reach the status of full "work-power", so that she can keep her business going?
Ghee, mixing "spirituality" with work-power and business issues: Sorry, but that's the worst idea ever.
Therefore I'd say: "Sarah, forget that "spirituality" crap. 1st get your health back in good order and then take a good, long, sharp look at your business. How much money per month does it need to reach the break-even-point and what exactly do you need to do to get there?"
All part of the Scientology mindfuck. She can't just ask for help and explain exactly what for in a straightforward manner. It looks like a cult, talks like a cult and acts like a cult. Only those inside the bubble can't see that. How well I remember....
I'm sure I'm going to get bad feedback on this but I just feel it necessary to comment
I feel very sorry for Sally, and hope exes will be kind towards her situation.
I spent years 'helping' like she did...with little to no recompense or acknowledgement. I did the things I did to 'help' because I cared. It was a lot of work. A thankless job.. Sally teied hard and successfully to bring people together... IIRC, back in the early 80's, Int Finance actually suppressed the publication of the Who What Where because they considered the mags were a threat to rallying up the field against management. This was also during the years when WISE was going after advertisers and people listing their businesses in it, trying to force any scientologist with a business to 'tithe' to WISE, even if they didn't use the 'admin tech' in their business!
That she and others got that publication going again, and rallied up people to list themselves there so they could be connected was and is an key factor in providing some sanity among that group. Many of us know how hard it was to leave because we'd met and networked with, and befriended, so many nice people.
The Who What Where has been an important resource for many of us exes, to keep up with who and what is going on where.
But as you can see, the woman is not doing well, was very ill and incorrectly diagnosed for some time most likely by quack Scientology advised or scientologist recommended practitioners of questionable skill. To get better and get right solutions, often after all these other off the mark 'solutions' I and many had to go into debt when finally winding up or seeking appropriate medical care when we lacked health insurance. I know what it's like as a single parent, struggling to take care of the kids when ill. I wish my debt at the time, and continued medical care costs were as low as the $15,000 she is asking for.
I highly doubt she is asking for money to help her on her bridge. Running a business, which I did for many years, takes so much more money than that to sustain itself in the short run. That she did this voluntarily, not charging much if at all to many over the years, one would think people in the church would respond and contribute more. But this is how it gets in Scientology. Most don't gives a hoot about her problems... or needs. she is expendable... like so many other who gave and gave and have and are put to the curb.
$15,000 does not get much of any Scientology anyway. She never states she is using it or that purpose. From my own experience, helping brought me much 'spiritual happiness', such as I understood it back then as a brainwashed idiot member. I was always a volunteer and that has always brought me much spiritual satisfaction. Even when I did what I did to 'help expand Scientology and Clear the planet'. So I can see that what she is saying is that she wants very much to get well and back to her purposes, her efforts on it, which brings her spiritual uplifting.
No no no. They stopped the publication of 'Who, What, Where' in the 80's because Sr C/S Int said that it was 'out NOTs tek'. The proper title should be 'Where, What, Who'.
Cramming orders were issued, and sec checks were ordered.
No specifics in the Go Fund Me write up. Not even a link to her mag (unless I missed it) Charity this and charity that with no specifics. Because they are all scientology front groups?. And years long illness - enough to get empathy from me- but no specifics on the illness. What the fuck is your diagnosis Sally????
Lots of not saying in the saying. Lots of specifics left out. Funny for someone who runs a business directing people to things.
The cat is out of the bag! For all of those who may have wondered about the voice behind The Comm Line...
Thanks Everybody! It is nice to be promoting my face in public. Looking forward to expanding my comm lines - pun intended. ; ))
Great picture of you Sally-Sally!! Lookin' gooood!
June 17 at 7:36am
Thanks, D2!! Feeling pretty good! : )) heart emoticon
June 17 at 8:50am
Good! See you soon.
June 17 at 8:53am
Sally Heath Awesome!!
June 17 at 11:14am
the "who what where" was a monthly publication....printed on paper....back when I saw it.
I think the "comm line" is a monthly also...
Perhaps they are both just "online" zines now?
AnonyMary...There was an online only "something" for Cult Members, back around 1995 or so....
Whether it was just a mail system....or some sort of MSG board, I don't know....
A Cult member girlfriend was on it.....and told me one had to "be invited" to join it....
Any idea what this was,.....what it was called....and is it still in existence...?
Who started it....?
Any info about it would be appreciated....thanks