Here I am in the quote box again.
A good response to that question would be to write under the letter, "THIS", and staple a copy of the first page of OTIII, in Hubbard's hand-writing, to the letter.When ever they get someone new on staff someplace I usually get a letter from someone asking what I didn't like about Scn.
The last time they sent me any mail was at the last address I gave to them. Since moving from there, I haven't received anything from them. They are obviously not that big on tracing ADUNKs (Address Unknowns) in the UK.I sort of done the same thing and I know for sure I have been dead filed at my org but the letters from other places did not slow until I more or less done what you did. Still get some but a lot less. I didn't really put back a lot of entheata to them but indicated I wasn't going to do any more Scn. When ever they get someone new on staff someplace I usually get a letter from someone asking what I didn't like about Scn. I don't respond. Also get a few of the mass mailing now. I would say it has decreased 70-80% over the last 4 years and I have only been dead filed for a year at the org. I am not declared either. Still get a mass mailing from the org now and then. They must have several different mailing lists. They don't send your name uplines because they still want your name on the rolls to make it look like they have more membership than they actually do.
I really don't think they will likely declare you unless you go public with things. The possible exception might be if they precieve you are holding back a family member or friend from dong Scn. With all the bad press about disconnection they are even treading lightly here now.
No. Just print up a copy of that antichrist OT8 and send that to them
This sir if anything is what I would have you not only focus on and pay close keen attention to it is also tellingly valid and I Gladly & eagerly petition you — as salvageable not to go Opposition — to find full contact data for you for Continental Justice ChiefMiscavige is smarter than the rest of us so I'm sure he still has places to punish in a way that doesn't draw attention.
No — the entire idea of Supressive is Clearly spoke of in KSW ♦ which if you were there you would already cite verbatimsupremely suppressive act if they take it seriously because it'll seriously disrupt the Org.
Good stuff! I wish I still got mail from them so I could have an opportunity to reply.
Another think people can do is to send back cards from the Aftermath Foundation in their business reply envelopes. That foundation exists to help people leave Scientology, and helps those in need of it.
Here's a photo of one of their cards, front and back. They've got a variety of them, all of which are great:
View attachment 14843
Last time I tried to contact CJC, I was told that he was being comm ev'd , and to call back in a 'fortnight'. That was lots of years ago, BTW. I never called back.
It does make an impression, when you go down to CF to do letter writing, and see that the vast majority of CF folders are from people who might have bought a book years ago and were never heard from again.Yep, a CF file where the person hasn't responded to, but they have to spend money and time on for 30 or 40 years, is also a statement that isn't lost on staff.
I don't think they limit fields like that so much anymore. I get mail, calls and texts from orgs where I never did services and where I didn't provide contact info. I'm pretty sure that all contact info is now centralized in a database where any org can contact anyone. If someone moves then they can flag the nearest org to add them to their contact list - or conversely notify them that they have an SP in their field who should not be contacted.It does make an impression, when you go down to CF to do letter writing, and see that the vast majority of CF folders are from people who might have bought a book years ago and were never heard from again.
I vaguely remember a policy from LRH that prioritized WHO to write to. Auditors writing to former PCs. Course sups writing to people who actually did a course at the Org. Etc.
It's a good question. But I have a hard time imagining a non-Scientologist boiler room caller being able to conduct a cogent conversation about anything having to do with Scientology. If anything it would give the first impression that they didn't know what they were talking about and it was a scam never to be answered again.Call centre staff are pretty much two a penny now if you recruit worldwide. I wonder if the CofS is tempted to outsource this part of its operation to non- Scientologists in order to avoid yet another "pressure point" where its staff might start questioning whether or not the organisation is doing as well as they're being led to believe? Thery can afford the financial cost of that a lot more than they can a lot more disaffected staff realising they've been lied to and wanting to "blow" the organisation.
Very interesting...If you really want to have nothing to do with Scientology, send them your resignation: https://scientologymoneyproject.com...d-harming-its-own-members-and-how-to-stop-it/
Resigning makes any Fair Game acts against you unlawful.
Don't forget that Matt Pesch did just that.You should expect to be coerced in every way imaginable to "volunteer" or stay on the RPF but to actually be released you'd have to convincingly tell them that you will tell the police or take legal action if they don't. But Jesse Prince said he was locked up as an EPFer and Bill Franks said he was kidnapped as ED Int so I think there are instances where they pushed the envelope beyond this regardless of who or what a person was.
If it's true they don't do the RPF anymore I'm pretty sure it's because their lawyers impressed upon them the reality that this would inevitably result in a very expensive lawsuit over kidnapping or injury. The other thing is the optics were always bad but as a strictly Sea Org thing most Scientology public had no idea it existed. Now Scientology is synonymous with the RPF so to be a Scientologist you must be on board with it or completely clueless. But I think they would continue it regardless of the bad PR in some fashion if they thought they could get away with it because exploiting people, degrading people and breaking them is inseparable from the Scientology culture.
That's perfect!Dotey OT.
You can mail them back with the Aftermath Card in each. This lets internal Sea org members know there is full support if they escape
It gives Aftermath Tel nos and the cards are downloadable for you with a mouse click.
Here is the link http://theaftermathfoundation.org/volunteers/how-you-can-help/
The best suggestion I've seen on the thread is to put two Aftermath Foundation cards in each return envelope, then put them in the mail.I have saved the return envelopes from the numerous mailings that I receive from the cherch now for some time. I must have over 100, going to about 20 entities, from the local cherch to overseas.
Should I mail them back?
Should I mail them back empty?
Should I send a letter?
If I sent a letter, what should it be?
Shouldn't we all be doing this?