Mark 'Marty' Rathbun: Standard Scientology

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Mark 'Marty' Rathbun: Standard Scientology
https://markrathbun.wordpress.com/2014/08/17/standard-scientology-2/
Those who obsess on the motivator (object of victimhood attachment) about how David Miscavige is scientology’s problem because he keeps revising scientology are like dogs barking up the wrong tree. There is a plain fact they are not coming to grips with. Scientology will forever be altered, revised, re-revised, repackaged, re-organized, and re-compiled. People on the outside have been at it as hard as scientology organization folk are on the inside. It is inevitable. That is not because misunderstood words, the reactive mind or body thetans will forever keep people confused and incapable of applying one-hundred percent scientology standard technology. Nor will it be because of the unstated (except in confidential upper level secrets), but actually held, scientology belief that humankind can’t get it because humankind is inherently incapable of understanding. Instead, scientology will continuously be revised because there is no such thing as standard scientology technology. Like the substance of scientology itself, what constitutes the standard is wholly a subjective matter.

That fact is obvious if one can unlock himself from identifying with L. Ron Hubbard and his work and read the latter dispassionately. That of course is impossible for those who vow from the outset of their studies – and stick with it all the way through – to the notion that Hubbard is infallible and examination of any comparative data is potentially lethal. When one who can objectively study scientology does so – particularly when he has tested its methods through extensive practice – something becomes patently clear. That is by conservative estimate more than ninety (90) percent of everything Hubbard wrote and uttered on scientology and dianetics was about how wrong all those who attempted to apply it were. It is mostly a running stream of consciousness (albeit held together by a hard core, two-valued logic and persuasively conveyed by a convincing speaker and writer) record of assigning reasons why the promises in the book Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health were never realized and how they might yet be. Highlighting that statement is Dianetics’ promise of full memory restoration in 1950 and Hubbard’s last ‘breakthrough’ (OT VIII) – as his 1986 dying declaration – promising to address the reason folk are apparently inherently amnesiacs.

Exacerbating the confusion is that many of the methods Ron educates his followers on as the mechanics intentionally used to control and damage the mind are simultaneously employed by him to do precisely that to his followers. It is diabolical in that the follower having been educated by Ron on those mental entrapment techniques would then never guess they would be used on the follower. You wind up with the curious phenomenon of apparently sincere people devoting their lives to vehemently defending their own entrapment.

There is another reason why the obvious is nearly impossible for a scientologist to see. If there is one skill Hubbard had that perhaps outstripped all others it was his ability to always convincingly sound right while making others wrong.
That skill was exercised as consistently and as uncannily as a falling cat’s ability to land on its feet. From before the publication of Dianetics, Ron Hubbard proved as immovable as a mountain on being criticized, corrected, or accepting even the most rational of input and advice. Just as consistently, he rained hell on anyone with the temerity to suggest holding his theories up to objective standards. When he said or wrote something it was communicated convincingly and in an authoritative fashion. For the next thirty-six years he evolved his subjects by trial and error. But, the running track of that development was memorialized in a unique voice. While the track altered and changed everything over and over because of unworkability found with that which was at first communicated as unalterable, absolute fact, the voice of those continuous alterations could admit of no error. The matter is exacerbated by the fact that it is a ‘research and development’ record based exclusively on subjective standards. With no objective scrutiny allowed and no accurate, honest assignation of error possible, all manner of erroneous yet authoritative data are driven home just as forcefully as correct ones.

The continuous backfilling that constitutes the bulk of scientology writing and lecturing is apparent in scientology training packs. The student is not instructed simply on what he should do and why. Instead, he reads bulletin after bulletin and listens to lecture after lecture of Hubbard talking about how people have misapplied or might misapply what he discovered. The materials are a patchwork of Hubbard writings and lectures cherry-picked from different periods of time. They make for a mix chock-full of contradictions. Without having one’s intellectual honesty compromised by agreeing from the outset that Hubbard is infallible and all of his words are literal Gospel (that which is required in scientology training – along with the requirement to attribute every success to Ron and every failure to pesky humans and their inherent fallibility), all of this would be as obvious as the nose on your face.

Since all scientology courses begin with a warning that if anyone states that anything Hubbard wrote is ‘historical’, ‘background’, or ‘no longer used’ he will be promptly convicted of the crime TREASON, how does one cope with the miasma of contradictions? Scientology instructors employ a ‘technology’ that has the student convince himself there are no contradictions. It is so effective that scientology students do not graduate a course until they attest with certitude that everything makes consistent, perfect sense. The firmness of that idea of certainty is verified by one component of a modern lie detector (the stress testing electropsychometer). Highlighting this culture of hypocrisy, the cognitive dissonance creating course rooms – which eliminate any questioning, thinking or doubts – are called ‘Academies’ taken from the ancient Greek sites where liberal, critical philosophical thinking was once nurtured.

The net result of all this is that scientology is destined to always incite debate and internecine strife – no matter how enlightened and wise its leadership may be. There can never be universal consensus on what constitutes ‘standard technology’ given the voice (noted above) scientology is written in and given its inalterable injunctions that that voice may not ever be questioned, interpreted, or clarified. In a strict organizational setting, the debate goes on inside each individual’s head (until settled by an instilled, arrogant brand of cognitive dissonance) while attempting to keep up, lock-step of course, with management’s latest pronunciamentos on what constitutes ‘standard.’ In an independent setting it is a self-righteous war of words in which nobody can establish a clearly reasoned high ground. To gain any traction in the debate requires one to progressively retreat further toward adopting Ron’s certain, swaggering and authoritative personality.

That is why bands of scientologists, whether in or out of the official organizations, will always rally around certain, swaggering, authoritative types of personalities – and promptly disperse when that catalyst is removed. Sadly, but just as certainly, about the closest thing scientologists are going to find to that original L. Ron Hubbard package is David Miscavige.

About the only common denominator all brands of scientology share as something resembling a standard in practice is this: does the guy stay on board and continue paying? If you have been led to believe that any viable brand of scientology is applying some more enlightened standard you have simply been led to believe yet another lie. Why do you think that the only allegedly ‘expanding’ independent scientology outfits feature the addition of 47 advanced levels of auditing? It is like Miscavige inventing the existence of OT Levels IX through XV and beyond, only seven times over. What you get is power of choice in picking the duration of your addiction.

Those who make a living by trying to convince folks otherwise are profiting by playing on misplaced hopes. It is a different harmonic of the same game that was played on people within.

There is a silver lining in all this. In addition to whatever any individual may feel he might have picked up of use along the way in scientology, there are a couple of assets that probably all scientologists can recognize they possess. First, they can realize that they were well meaning and trusting to begin with; scientology doesn’t take very well on people without those virtues. Second, they can recognize that they have had the opportunity to hone the latter virtue (trust) by surviving the most intense graduate school of psychological hard knocks.
 
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guanoloco

As-Wased
In the past I've joked that Scientology is a list of Ron's Reliable Items and is his unflat Grades and FPRD case but it really is the case if you believe any of that Ronsense.

I wonder what BIG BEING Steve Hall has to say about these revelations.
 

lotus

stubborn rebel sheep!
'' When one who can objectively study scientology does so – particularly when he has tested its methods through extensive practice – something becomes patently clear. That is by conservative estimate more than ninety (90) percent of everything Hubbard wrote and uttered on scientology and dianetics was about how wrong all those who attempted to apply it were.

Exacerbating the confusion is that many of the methods Ron educates his followers on as the mechanics intentionally used to control and damage the mind are simultaneously employed by him to do precisely that to his followers. It is diabolical in that the follower having been educated by Ron on those mental entrapment techniques would then never guess they would be used on the follower. You wind up with the curious phenomenon of apparently sincere people devoting their lives to vehemently defending their own entrapment.
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:hattip:

Marty is really into the real stuff now!
Good posts he writes for people leaving $cientology
It may help to leave the cult mindset, not only the Corporate Church!
:)

I like as he is doing a good job now in educating people on LRH and the mindfuck ot the tek!

* I wish the independant KSW patrol will leave his alone
 
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Operating DB

Truman Show Dropout
Can someone give me a tl;dr version in 25 words or less?
His sentences can be rather obtuse and overly wordy.
 

CommunicatorIC

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It may help to leave the cult mindset, not only the Corporate Church!
Yeah, when Marty writes -
Sadly, but just as certainly, about the closest thing scientologists are going to find to that original L. Ron Hubbard package is David Miscavige.
and
If you have been led to believe that any viable brand of scientology is applying some more enlightened standard you have simply been led to believe yet another lie. Why do you think that the only allegedly ‘expanding’ independent scientology outfits feature the addition of 47 advanced levels of auditing? It is like Miscavige inventing the existence of OT Levels IX through XV and beyond, only seven times over. What you get is power of choice in picking the duration of your addiction.

Those who make a living by trying to convince folks otherwise are profiting by playing on misplaced hopes. It is a different harmonic of the same game that was played on people within.
-- I think it is pretty clear he has left the Indie reservation.
 

lotus

stubborn rebel sheep!

Sadly, but just as certainly, about the closest thing scientologists are going to find to that original L. Ron Hubbard package is David Miscavige.


WoW!


What you get is power of choice in picking the duration of your addiction.

If Marty - the no2 cult enforcer, succeded to get the cult of of him - anyone can do it!
 

Veda

Sponsor
:)


"...Ron educated his followers on the mechanics intentionally used to control and damage the mind and simultaneously employed by him to do precisely that to his followers. It is diabolical in that the followers having been educated by Ron on the techniques would then never guess they would be used on the followers."


Bingo! :thumbsup:


Many years ago, I wrote about Hubbard's confidential instructions to Scientologists that they use "aberrative" and "enemy tactics" on Scientology's enemies, and how Hubbard had, also, secretly, used "aberrative" and "enemy tactics" on Scientologists, and how these tactics had been incorporated into the doctrine of Scientology.

Hubbard would often mention "enemy tactics" and, inevitably, present himself as the opponent of those tactics. This assured Scientologists that Hubbard would never use such tactics on them.

Perhaps the single most glaring example of this is Hubbard's secret use, on his own followers, of the ideas and methods of his 1955 hoax "Russian textbook on Psycho-politics."

The "Russian textbook" had been remarkably described in the mid 1960s in the Australian Anderson Report. 22 years later, an examination of this topic was published in the book, 'Messiah or Madman?' and, 14 years after that, an extensive examination was published in the e-book 'Brainwashing Manual Parallels'. Yet, the original piece in the mid 1960s Anderson Report stands out as an example of early and extraordinary insight. (And, by the way, it wasn't by Anderson, but by an unnamed contributor, whose contribution, Anderson, to his credit, recognized.)

One of the earliest to recognize this pattern by Hubbard was Volney Mathison, who, in 1954, wrote:


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My only disagreement with Mathison above is that, IMO, amongst the deceit and manipulation, exist some bits and pieces of potentially beneficial information. I make a habit of alerting others to these bits and pieces, as these often are used to build confidence and trust, and as lead-in and "bait" for the Scientology trap.



Below is an old re-post:


From day one, Hubbard used "enemy tactics" and "aberrative" behavior patterns on unsuspecting Scientologists, yet Scientologists knew that he'd never do such a thing to them, since, after all, he'd described it to them in a lecture, etc., as being something that the bad guys would do, and he was the ultimate good guy.

In his confidential writings, Hubbard taught that Scientology's enemies should be subjected to "enemy tactics," and to the various mechanisms of the mind (and "reactive mind"), and Hubbard, in writings and lectures, would sometimes describe these and, on a few occasions, even warn the Scientologists that some evil force (not him of course, but the communists, Nazis, psychiatrists, the "12 bankers," etc.) could use Scientology to enslave - such is "the power the tech," etc.

Scientologists are fond of quoting these warnings. This, while remaining subject to the manipulative ideas and methods woven into Scientology by its founder.

L. Ron Hubbard described himself as "Mankind's Greatest Friend," etc., so his writings and comments about "aberrative mechanisms" and "enemy tactics" never came across as a warning about himself. If anything, it made others more inclined to trust him.

For example, in Dianetics, what's "aberrative"? Something that equates to "survival." The "held down 7s" are "aberrative" because they're identified with the person's survival. "Survival," as a "mechanism" becomes "aberrative."

Even in 1950, Dianetics was presented as being a "race with the atomic bomb." The message was plain enough: Dianetics = Survival. No Dianetics = Doom.

And this continued into Scientology. One of many examples: In 1956, Hubbard wrote, "With Man now equipped with weapons sufficient to destroy all Mankind and Earth... The primary race on Earth is... the one being run between Scientology and the atomic bomb."

How many Scientologists read Hubbard's descriptions of Dianetics and Scientology as essential for Mankind's "Survival!" - and their own "Survival" - and thought, "Oh, Ron's using the 'Survival mechanism' to manipulate me" ?

Another example from 1950 Dianetics is the "ally computation." Someone comes out of the blue and helps another person, helps the other person in some way or other. The "help" could be indifferently offered, or insincerely offered, but if the needy person regards it as aiding in his "Survival!" (or well being, or the alleviation of pain or the attainment of pleasure or relief), then (so the theory goes) the "ally" mechanism is in place and in effect. For example, an uncle, who may not be a particularly nice fellow, gets his little nephew a glass of water when that nephew is sick in bed and thirsty. The uncle (in the mind of the little nephew) becomes an "ally," and the uncle become identified with "Survival!"

Now, who would have thought that "Mankind's Greatest Friend," on whom the "Survival!" of Mankind, and the "Survival!" of each person (Scientologists, through Ron's "Bridge") depended, would use the "ally computation" and the "Survival mechanism" in order to deceive, manipulate, and exploit? Nah, that could never happen.

However, it did happen, and not only years later, but sometimes the same day, or previous to Hubbard mentioning a deceptive, manipulative or destructive mechanism or tactic.

But it was disguised, and so wasn't recognized. Hubbard's words about the race between Dianetics or/and Scientology and the atomic bomb were regarded by Scientologists as warnings by their, and Mankind's, greatest "ally," L. Ron Hubbard.

Who amongst Scientologists suspected?

Yet, Hubbard's words about "the race between Scientology and the atomic bomb" - from 1956 - occurred less than a year after Hubbard had published, and distributed, his fake "Russian Psychopolitics textbook" (which of course denounced Dianetics), a "textbook" that - amongst a few references to psychiatrists practicing lurid sex with their (unconscious) patients, "Pain-Drug-Hypnosis," shock treatment, lobotomies, etc. - was a compendium of "enemy ('Russian Communist') ideas and methods" for "asserting and maintaining dominion over thoughts and loyalties" through more practical non-medical means.

From Hubbard's "Russian Textbook":

"The failure of Psychopolitics might well bring about the atomic bombing of the Motherland. The psychopolitical operative must succeed for his success means world peace... The end thoroughly justifies the means."

Even "Survival!" - used to manipulate - was mentioned in the fake "Russian Textbook":

"It is pointed out in many early Russian writings that this is a survival mechanism. It [the "Survival!" mechanism] has already been well and thoroughly used in the survival of Communism."

Hubbard's 1955 "Russian Textbook" was loaded with manipulative and exploitative ideas and practices, many of which were being used on Scientologists themselves - used on them by their "Greatest Friend" and ally, L. Ron Hubbard - ideas and practices which were incorporated, by Hubbard, into Scientology doctrine and practice.

Yet, who suspected? Yet, it was right there. And because it was right there it was unthinkable.

Yes, it was in plain sight and hidden at the same time.
 

lotus

stubborn rebel sheep!
Can someone give me a tl;dr version in 25 words or less?
His sentences can be rather obtuse and overly wordy.

He said that $cientology is mindfuck addictive stuff created by a guy who, essentially, wanted to make people wrong!
:biggrin:
 
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Emma

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Administrator
He said $cientology is mindfuck addictive stuff created by a guy who wants to make people wrong!
:biggrin:

That about sums it up.

I'm proud of Marty. I'm not his mother or his mentor or even his buddy, but I still feel proud of him for working through the indoctrination & coming out the other side. I felt that he would do it and he has.

Good on you Marty. Kudos.
 

lotus

stubborn rebel sheep!
That about sums it up.

I'm proud of Marty. I'm not his mother or his mentor or even his buddy, but I still feel proud of him for working through the indoctrination & coming out the other side. I felt that he would do it and he has.

Good on you Marty. Kudos.


Me too!

I always wonder how I could make it if I was him - with regards of his ''heavy'' backgrounds in the cult, which is very much challenging to face - takes a lot of courage and resiliency!

Congrats Marty!
I wish him he do well on his path and can repair , rebuild and creates what he needs to!
 

Gib

Crusader
:)


"...Ron educated his followers on the mechanics intentionally used to control and damage the mind and simultaneously employed by him to do precisely that to his followers. It is diabolical in that the followers having been educated by Ron on the techniques would then never guess they would be used on the followers."


Bingo! :thumbsup:



Below is an old re-post:


From day one, Hubbard used "enemy tactics" and "aberrative" behavior patterns on unsuspecting Scientologists, yet Scientologists knew that he'd never do such a thing to them, since, after all, he'd described it to them in a lecture, etc., as being something that the bad guys would do, and he was the ultimate good guy.

In his confidential writings, Hubbard taught that Scientology's enemies should be subjected to "enemy tactics," and to the various mechanisms of the mind (and "reactive mind"), and Hubbard, in writings and lectures, would sometimes describe these and, on a few occasions, even warn the Scientologists that some evil force (not him of course, but the communists, Nazis, psychiatrists, the "12 bankers," etc.) could use Scientology to enslave - such is "the power the tech," etc.

Scientologists are fond of quoting these warnings. This, while remaining subject to the manipulative ideas and methods woven into Scientology by its founder.

L. Ron Hubbard described himself as "Mankind's Greatest Friend," etc., so his writings and comments about "aberrative mechanisms" and "enemy tactics" never came across as a warning about himself. If anything, it made others more inclined to trust him.

For example, in Dianetics, what's "aberrative"? Something that equates to "survival." The "held down 7s" are "aberrative" because they're identified with the person's survival. "Survival," as a "mechanism" becomes "aberrative."

Even in 1950, Dianetics was presented as being a "race with the atomic bomb." The message was plain enough: Dianetics = Survival. No Dianetics = Doom.

And this continued into Scientology. One of many examples: In 1956, Hubbard wrote, "With Man now equipped with weapons sufficient to destroy all Mankind and Earth... The primary race on Earth is... the one being run between Scientology and the atomic bomb."

How many Scientologists read Hubbard's descriptions of Dianetics and Scientology as essential for Mankind's "Survival!" - and their own "Survival" - and thought, "Oh, Ron's using the 'Survival mechanism' to manipulate me" ?

Another example from 1950 Dianetics is the "ally computation." Someone comes out of the blue and helps another person, helps the other person in some way or other. The "help" could be indifferently offered, or insincerely offered, but if the needy person regards it as aiding in his "Survival!" (or well being, or the alleviation of pain or the attainment of pleasure or relief), then (so the theory goes) the "ally" mechanism is in place and in effect. For example, an uncle, who may not be a particularly nice fellow, gets his little nephew a glass of water when that nephew is sick in bed and thirsty. The uncle (in the mind of the little nephew) becomes an "ally," and the uncle become identified with "Survival!"

Now, who would have thought that "Mankind's Greatest Friend," on whom the "Survival!" of Mankind, and the "Survival!" of each person (Scientologists, through Ron's "Bridge") depended, would use the "ally computation" and the "Survival mechanism" in order to deceive, manipulate, and exploit? Nah, that could never happen.

However, it did happen, and not only years later, but sometimes the same day, or previous to Hubbard mentioning a deceptive, manipulative or destructive mechanism or tactic.

But it was disguised, and so wasn't recognized. Hubbard's words about the race between Dianetics or/and Scientology and the atomic bomb were regarded by Scientologists as warnings by their, and Mankind's, greatest "ally," L. Ron Hubbard.

Who amongst Scientologists suspected?

Yet, Hubbard's words about "the race between Scientology and the atomic bomb" - from 1956 - occurred less than a year after Hubbard had published, and distributed, his fake "Russian Psychopolitics textbook" (which of course denounced Dianetics), a "textbook" that - amongst a few references to psychiatrists practicing lurid sex with their (unconscious) patients, "Pain-Drug-Hypnosis," shock treatment, lobotomies, etc. - was a compendium of "enemy ('Russian Communist') ideas and methods" for "asserting and maintaining dominion over thoughts and loyalties" through more practical non-medical means.

From Hubbard's "Russian Textbook":

"The failure of Psychopolitics might well bring about the atomic bombing of the Motherland. The psychopolitical operative must succeed for his success means world peace... The end thoroughly justifies the means."

Even "Survival!" - used to manipulate - was mentioned in the fake "Russian Textbook":

"It is pointed out in many early Russian writings that this is a survival mechanism. It [the "Survival!" mechanism] has already been well and thoroughly used in the survival of Communism."

Hubbard's 1955 "Russian Textbook" was loaded with manipulative and exploitative ideas and practices, many of which were being used on Scientologists themselves - used on them by their "Greatest Friend" and ally, L. Ron Hubbard - ideas and practices which were incorporated, by Hubbard, into Scientology doctrine and practice.

Yet, who suspected? Yet, it was right there. And because it was right there it was unthinkable.

Yes, it was in plain sight and hidden at the same time.

In addition to what you wrote, I'd like to add something.

Marty's just one earlier post http://markrathbun.wordpress.com/2014/08/13/are-scientologists-trained-to-lie/#comments

one of the posters there named "marildi" posted a comment: http://markrathbun.wordpress.com/2014/08/13/are-scientologists-trained-to-lie/#comment-313095

So I looked up the link provided by him/her:

http://www.stss.nl/stss-materials/E...The_Modern_Science_of_Mental_Health_DMSMH.pdf

which is a 1974 version of Dianetics. So I checked it out since I read Dianetics in 1987. And I have the latest corrected on-source version by DM who said he corrected everything.

Here's what is interesting, there are four Appendix's in the 1974 version and none in the newer versions.

So much for DM keeping to source writings and altering the standard tech, as Marty says as well.

But here's the point if one reads the Appendix's in the 1974 version (page 310), that particular Appendix is written by John Campbell called The Scientific Method, and in summary John says:

"1. Argument by appeal to authority is of no value whatsoever".

And John mentions Aristotle's rules of Rhetoric.

And what does Hubbard do, why in 1965 he writes KSW and makes hisself Authority. And yet in the original Dianetics Hubbards says not to do this. It is the same as what you said above, namely:

"Yet, who suspected? Yet, it was right there. And because it was right there it was unthinkable."

Hubbard used Rhetoric to persuade. And my guess is John Campbell, JA Winters, and others saw this, that Ron all of the sudden went to "appeal to authority" and threw all those early researchers under the bus. And what better mindfuck to do so, well come up with PTS/SP tech to really discredit these early researchers who were into improving human potential, but

as Mayo said, he had a insatiable lust for power and money, couldn't get enough.
 

HelluvaHoax!

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In the past I've joked that Scientology is a list of Ron's Reliable Items and is his unflat Grades and FPRD case but it really is the case if you believe any of that Ronsense.

I wonder what BIG BEING Steve Hall has to say about these revelations.


...

Originally Posted By Steve Hall

[STRIKE]I can't hear you[/STRIKE], la-la-la-la-la-la-la.
Errr--I mean--
My sonic perceptics are ethically filtering out your contra-survival entheta. la-la-la-la-la-la-la.
 

HelluvaHoax!

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Can someone give me a tl;dr version in 25 words or less?
His sentences can be rather obtuse and overly wordy.

Okay, here ya go, in only 12 words:


Holy hell! Ron lied.
Shit! There is no tech.
Whoa, Scientologists are stupid!


Kindly re-credit my account to reflect a balance of 13 unused words, in case my bank keys in that natter automaticity again.



 

Leland

Crusader
I still don't have respect for the guy.

Perhaps if he talks about where the bodies are buried....to the public at large....and not just the "FBI."

But then....I don't read his blog...
 

Gib

Crusader
That about sums it up.

I'm proud of Marty. I'm not his mother or his mentor or even his buddy, but I still feel proud of him for working through the indoctrination & coming out the other side. I felt that he would do it and he has.

Good on you Marty. Kudos.

somehow or other,

scientologists read ESMB. :thumbsup:
 
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If Marty can, Tom can and Kirstie can and J.Travolta can.
I think they have to be beat up by a dwarf a coupla times.
Is that their first step?
 

HelluvaHoax!

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somehow or other,

scientologists read ESMB. :thumbsup:

Ex-Scientologists too. LOL

In that case:

Marty, congratulations!

You have only 2 steps remaining on your onion-peeling journey out of the COS (Crimewave of Scientology).


1. Complete the next step of your Liability Formula by making up the damage. Suggested amends project: At your own expense, order 3 rolls of toilet paper for each of Scientology's 10,000 orgs and missions. Avoiding detection, install said rolls in org bathrooms, after having them imprinted with your previously posted "An Ode to L. Ron Hubbard".

2. Petition for re-entry to the group of Ex-Scientologists on ESMB by apologizing for previously declaring them all to be "punks", "low-toned", "haters" and "1.1s". (things like that are easy to forgive, but not to forget)

Per standard tech, I will now add the missing mass of #1 above. :hattip:



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